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Which gaming mouse to choose from? (need community help)

This one is for someone in my family (the one that has the i5 4460 processor I recommended to him a long time ago) and he wants one that is a good upgrade from a standard mice I gave him....BTW budget is under 60 dollars or 65 :)

So the options:
-Fk2
-Zowie ec2-a
-rival 300
-redragon m601
-Gamdias Esport Zeus
-logitech g502

So now for what type of mouse does he want, well it must have:[
-has a great sensor
-no or un-noticeable skipping
-great reaction for fps games like cod, bf, csgo, and overwatch
-has side buttons that are programmable and big enough to press without letting go of the grip on the mouse
-Great scroll wheel that gives good feedback especially when he is playing minecraft and scrolling through his inventory
-Responsive and good fast clicks
-Comfortable for his small-medium hands + his palm style hands
-little to no spinouts
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  1. Out of those, the only good ones are the Rival 300, the Zowie FK2 and the G502.
    Note that the G502 has a very unique shape, which I personally heavily dislike.
    I would recommend the FK2 if you play FPS a lot, which it appears you do.
    It features a good sensor and is very light.
  2. Chugalug_ said:
    Out of those, the only good ones are the Rival 300, the Zowie FK2 and the G502.
    Note that the G502 has a very unique shape, which I personally heavily dislike.
    I would recommend the FK2 if you play FPS a lot, which it appears you do.
    It features a good sensor and is very light.


    How about them side buttons? is it easy to reach without trouble with the thumbs
  3. Yep.
  4. Chugalug_ said:
    Yep.

    So the side buttons look pretty good for the fk2

    But are the side buttons programmable for macros?
    Also how is the scroll wheel for menu selection or weapon swapping
  5. Chugalug_ said:
    Yep.


    Also why are you against the ec2-a?
  6. From my experience the sensor isn't as good and it doesn't feel as substantial, not great for precision.
    Also the FK2 costs the same and is better imo.
    If you're more of a player that uses their hand quite high up on their mouse, as in the heel of your palm is near to or touching the mouse, the EC2-A's grip will be better
  7. Chugalug_ said:
    From my experience the sensor isn't as good and it doesn't feel as substantial, not great for precision.
    Also the FK2 costs the same and is better imo.
    If you're more of a player that uses their hand quite high up on their mouse, as in the heel of your palm is near to or touching the mouse, the EC2-A's grip will be better


    huh that's weird I heard from many people that the sensor is great in that mouse and its fairly competitive with the fk2's sensor but of course opinions
  8. That's pretty much it. ;)
    It's a very personal preference, I suggest you go into the store you plan to buy from if it's physical and ask to demo a few mice to see what you think, at the end of the day I can only suggest mice based on what I've experienced, but it all comes down to you personally.
    Let me know how it goes and i'll pick one based on what you like in a mouse. :)
  9. Chugalug_ said:
    That's pretty much it. ;)
    It's a very personal preference, I suggest you go into the store you plan to buy from if it's physical and ask to demo a few mice to see what you think, at the end of the day I can only suggest mice based on what I've experienced, but it all comes down to you personally.
    Let me know how it goes and i'll pick one based on what you like in a mouse. :)


    I'm planning to buy them online unfortunately since it is cheaper for my family member's budget 65 dollars or under

    but if you were to ask me, I would be looking for a mouse that gives me precise aiming in fps games and good side buttons for multi-tasking in video games and I'm pretty sure my cousin would want that too
  10. Best answer
    Ah okay.
    The Razer Deathadder Chroma is what I use personally for quick games, I'm a semi-pro SC2 player and I find it to be very accurate at tracking, and easy to use over long periods.
    Its very light and also has RGB customization if you want it to match your rig. :)
    Typically goes for about 50-60 USD.
    https://pcpartpicker.com/product/Lj4NnQ/razer-mouse-rz0101210100r3u1
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