I am looking for a gaming mouse that has an adjustable scroll wheel resistance click feature. I know there are mice like the Logitech G9x that have this so called "Hyperscolling", but even in the click-to-click mode one simple move of my finger and the Logitech actually registered 2-4 clicks and therefore the Logitech are not what Im looking for. I want the click strenght on the highest strenght to be a guaranteed 1 click. I use the scroll wheel in every game with different tasks, cycling through the weapons selection and I usualy pass the weapon I wanted. Another instance is the scope zoom, I want it 2x but I usualy end up getting 8x or 3rd zoom which is no zoom. So I need a mouse capable of registering just 1 click. And when I enter a game that I prefer a more loose wheel I have the option for it. Is there anything out there that has this feature that you have tried yourself? Please, I can't find much on the net about this feature, only thing that appears is Hyperscrolling and it still had that loose feel on click per click mode.
Saitek Cyborg Mouse.
I haven't used one but from reviews the wheel resistance is adjustable. It was reviewed to be rather uncomfortable and gimickey though.
Product I would actually recommend:
Razer Deathadder Mouse
Doesnt feature an adjustable scrollwheel but the clicks are pronounced enough for click-to-click mode. the resistance is not quite high enough to discourage mass scrolling but it will not be as resistance-free as logitech's hyperscrolling mice. Overall a good balance between both modes of scrolling.
Play around with one in a local electronics shop if you have one.
Yeah that Cyborg your talking about, the PM42 right? That mouse was replaced by the R.A.T. mice and isnt being made anymore. I did go to Best Buy, thats were I learned the Hyperscrolling really wasn't for me. Problem with checking on the retail stores is that most of the gaming box are not on display.
I have heard of a "Fireglider" from Sharkoon, anyone know if it's scroll wheel adjusts nicely or is it still loose like the Logitech's hyperscrolling?
Ive tried the Cyber Snipa Stinger and the Cyborg R.A.T. 7 and they offer really low click resistance hardly enough to be called click per click. I read the reviews on the Cyborg PM42 you mentioned, they do mention it is uncomfortable among other comments so I wont waste my money on that.
I did try going on electronics store to try the mice there, all gaming mice are not in display, so I bought the RAT and Stinger and returned them after trying with no luck. I cant keep doing this though, its a store's worst nightmare.
Forgetting about an Adjustable Click Strenght, what would be simply the hardest click resistance mouse youve tried? Something that would definately be click per click, any suggestions?