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July 26, 2006 11:00:48 PM

Anybody know of any good ones? Not too much over the £30/$30 limit would help.

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July 27, 2006 1:06:21 AM

im using a logitech cordless mx 700 and it seams to do its job well it came in a wireles keyboard/mouse bundle it did cost 90$ if i remember it well but that was about 2 years ago, in my opinion all logitech laser mice are good, never has a lightest issue with it (i always have 3 pairs of rechargable AA bateries charged, separately thou, even thou it came with a charger..usualy 1 15 minute charge on the charging station lasts about 2 days of using, or sometimes even 3, but it depends on the usage), and i like the fact that there is no cord, so i can go even to the next room and use the mouse (when i have my pc hucked up to the tv in the next room :wink:
July 27, 2006 8:15:38 AM

well my man...goto www.xoxide.com and check out their mice, some pretty good deals but heres the one i recommend from there is the sunbeam sensorX its a $16 mouse, $20 after shipping for me atleast..i use the sensorX myself and let me tell you i love it, exactally like the razer diamond back but insanely cheap, no side buttons and the you can change DPI from 650 to 1200 with a little switch thats on the bottom of the mouse...i defenitally recommend you pick it up i love the thing to death and probably wont buy another $60 mouse again.
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July 27, 2006 2:41:03 PM

i like my mouse, its precise, has butons on the side which are honestly a huge help while online browsing, and it has 3 more butons by the scrol wheel(which is also a buton), and besides its quite confortable to use, never had any pain in the wrist even after the whole day of using it.
July 27, 2006 4:43:32 PM

It depends on what games you play and what buttons you need/use. I personally like Logitech products. The MX518 is getting a little old now, but is a solid choice and you can get a pretty good deal online at www.logitech.com. I think it's $40 after rebate.

I play FPS and need side buttons that I set up to lean left and right. I have a MX310 and like it, and have tried the G5 which is a pretty good mouse. I'm waiting for the G3 to hit the stores, but it's a bit pricey for what you want ($60).
July 27, 2006 6:23:43 PM

Cheers for the helpfull replys guys, I'm after a fps mouse and Im likin the look of this one at the mo: http://www.xoxide.com/logitech-g5-laser-gaming-mouse.ht...

Checking for UK prices on it, though im really just after a mouse that has decent sensitivity and has side buttons (usefull for the leaning ability some games offer and for me the quick change of weapons)
July 27, 2006 9:08:35 PM

I'm not too much into the leaning but I still like the side buttons for reload and hot swapping to the grenade.

The G5 is a great mouse but I think you'll find it's out of your price range, the mx518 is a good substitute.
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