So,I used a Razer Deathadder for around a year.Liked it,but now its left click has given up on me and I am looking to upgrade.I am a low sensitivity gamer(Mostly play BF3),dont need those 10000 DPI mouses,but what i do need is a precision mouse which tracks well and doesnt have any acceleration or tracker related issues(Like G500 had some issues with its tracker location).Laser sensor and wired mouse is preferred.
I own a Qck Mass mousepad.I use both palm and claw grips depending on situations.Liking the G9x a bit.What do you guys think?
there are a good few mice that use the g500s sensor... http://www.esreality.com/wiki/Hardware:Mice_Sensors check here for a pretty comprehensive list. its not complete but will give you an idea of what mice have what sensor...
i recently tested a mouse for anker and its on special for $20 check out my review of it. it may float your boat.
for the money you wont find better and it perfoms as well as any $50+ mouse i have had in the last 30 years.
I own roccat kone+ with roccat isku illuminated gaming keyboard and the mouse is just perfect. Everytime i play some FPS games i can adjust my DPi on the mouse in matter of miliseconds. The led lights are beautifull + you can customize them. I got binded macro on every buttom on mouse. I never had problems with tracking and the pro-aim sensor is doing perfect job.Patent is from German so dont expect Chinesee shits. I got it over year now and no problems at all. They got some new mouses aswell so you can check them out if you like them. You can search for some more reviews on google.
There are a lot of choices for a <a href="http://www.squidoo.com/top-gaming-mouse">best gaming mouse.</a> When you want to choose a good gaming mouse, try to check the brand and its features. There are different features that can affect your game.
I read up a lot on the Logitech G9x mouse, there are a lot of positive reviews on this one, I would recommend that one. I like the Razer Deathadder too, but of course you already said you got that one.
Yup, there's a new DeathAdder 2013 version which I'm currently using. You could also check out Anker's gaming mouse. It's relatively new. Less than a year but so far its reviews are really good. I think this chart here will be very useful for you: bestgamingmouseforyou.com/