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    Default Need a new gaming mouse!

    Hi! I need to buy myself a new gaming mouse at the end of this month but i'm a little unsure of which one to choose, I have pretty big hands and want something that my hands can rest on. Been thinking about the QPAD 5K or 8K, do any of you guys have any suggestions or recommendations for me? Not a big fan of Razer mice!

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    Im using this atm, fits really good in my big hands.. Had one earlier model, Naos 5000 and its almost the same mouse.. so ive been using this mouse model for years now.
    http://mionix.net/mice/naos-8200/

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    Cool! Thank you, I will add it to my list and check it out in the store before I make a decision!

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    Ill be honest. There can be loads of mouse to choose from do you have a specific gamestyle you play as? Like MMO Games? FPS Games? etc. Also what is your Budget? I currently have the MAD CATZ RAT 9 which is a fairly expensive but worth it mouse. If you are not going for that due to high costs I highly recommend the Roccat series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AOD_ShadowEye95 View Post
    Ill be honest. There can be loads of mouse to choose from do you have a specific gamestyle you play as? Like MMO Games? FPS Games? etc. Also what is your Budget? I currently have the MAD CATZ RAT 9 which is a fairly expensive but worth it mouse. If you are not going for that due to high costs I highly recommend the Roccat series.
    I don't have any limit on my budget since it's the only thing I'm missing for my rig to be complete. I play alot of FPS games so there's no need for alot of buttons or customizable options, i need something a little heavy and wide. I'm using a Roccat Lua right now but it is WAY too small and doesn't have any buttons on the side which makes push-to-talk in TS very hard to do.

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    I've done so much research into this.
    I am also looking for a new mouse (If you buy one, please let me know what you go for)

    I have been suggested Razer, Roccat, Logitech, Steel Series and Corsair.
    I went a tried a bunch of mouses today and I have to say I really liked the feel of the RIVAL 300 from the Steel series (https://steelseries.com/gaming-mice/rival-300)
    They are also bringing out a new one RIVAL 700 (https://steelseries.com/gaming-mice/rival-700)

    I have quite large hands as well and it felt very comfortable. I'm not really sure what I want to go for and might even wait for the RIVAL 700 to get released.

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    Logitech G602 if you don't mind wireless

    It has a usb coord thing to minimize lag, idk if it actually works, but oh well

    It's nice for my big hands and the programmable keys are nicely placed :)
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    I bought the Corsair M65 RGB when I did my new build; GREAT mouse, the 'Sniper button' is hard to get used to initially, but once you get used to it its extremely helpful(I use it for more than just steady scope/sniping, tanks, etc).

    http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Gaming...ds=Corsair+m65

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    wow the NAOS 8200 looks really nice.

    I've been using the Razer Mamba (Ver. 1.0) for a while now. 3 years or so... I liked it a lot, but now that the 2.0 chroma version is out (where you can change the LED lights and stuff) I'm feeling left behind.

    Mamba is great construction. Still works and likely has another 10 years of use on it... but my only gripe are my fat and heavy fingers. You see, the buttons are super sensitive, so often I'm mis-clicking. lol Putting up with this for 3 years... why have I done it? haha

    Still a great mouse, but I think Deathadder might be better.

    Gonna look at this NAOS mouse tho! :DD

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    Quote Originally Posted by AOD_kwahamoT View Post
    I've done so much research into this.
    I am also looking for a new mouse (If you buy one, please let me know what you go for)

    I have been suggested Razer, Roccat, Logitech, Steel Series and Corsair.
    I went a tried a bunch of mouses today and I have to say I really liked the feel of the RIVAL 300 from the Steel series (https://steelseries.com/gaming-mice/rival-300)
    They are also bringing out a new one RIVAL 700 (https://steelseries.com/gaming-mice/rival-700)

    I have quite large hands as well and it felt very comfortable. I'm not really sure what I want to go for and might even wait for the RIVAL 700 to get released.
    I will let you know when I choose one and buy it!

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    I personally suggest the G502 from Logitech, best right hand mouse I've ever used. It has one of the best sensors on the market, plus the side buttons are very useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AOD_GetShrektMrKrabs View Post
    I personally suggest the G502 from Logitech, best right hand mouse I've ever used. It has one of the best sensors on the market, plus the side buttons are very useful.
    Nice, been looking at it acutally! I'll keep that in mind.

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    Default Need a new gaming mouse!

    I used the G502 for quite some time as my daily driver. I will say that as a gamer with small hands that it took me a long time to be comfortable with the G502. But I was never able to use all the buttons. I recently picked up the Mionix Avior 7000 and I must say that it is an extremely comfortable mouse and after tinkering with the settings in the software that it is performing phenomenonally. It is definitely a lot lighter than the 502 but it's definitely nice for my small hands. Also on the 7000 there is only one button that I can't reach which is awesome. But if you really need something with many buttons you should definitely look into a MMO mouse.


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    I have gone through so many gaming mice over the years. I just keep going back to MMO mice like the Razer Naga, Logitech's G600 or Corsair's Scimitar. While I prefer Razer, all of those brands are great and will give you what you need from a gaming mouse. Even tho they are labeled "MMO" mice I can find uses for every single button for most games.

    I play mostly "FPS MMO's" Like Planetside 2, Battlefield 4 and Warframe. In some cases, the buttons on the side aren't "EXTRA" keybinds. They are just in a better, more usable spot. For example, when I play Planetside 2, 1-6 are used for equipment slots and 7-12 are used for PTT: TS, TS command, in-game prox, in-game squad, platoon and in-game leadership. Normally 7,8,9,0,- and = would go mostly unused on my keyboard and all the PTT keybinds are hard to come by but with these MMO mice its not a problem at all.

    It looks like the keys would be hard to push but with some practice it will be second nature to you. Razer's version even comes with training stickers.

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    Logitech G700 hands down

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    My recommendation of mice is based off the quality of the mouse and its sensor. These mice are all great and their is a large amount of size variation for you to choose from!

    Ergonomic:

    Razer Deathadder

    Logitech G502

    Zowie EC-A

    Steelseries Rival

    CM Storm Alcor

    Ambidextrous:

    Zowie FK1, FK2

    CM Storm Recon

    Mionix Avior 7000

    Logitech G100s

    Logitech G303

    I'll also mention the finalmouse 2016 but it doesnt come out for another couple of weeks.

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    I use the G300s by Logitech. Although its slightly smallish is size, its really comfortable to use and incredibly accurate. And I have kinda long fingers but it works perfectly for me. And it's reasonably priced too!

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    These are some of my favorites.
    Logitech G502 Proteus Core
    Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury
    SteelSeries Sensei

    The Steel Series might not be the best for your hands because it's a bit small. The Logitech G502 Proteus Core is incredibly accurate, I would totally recommend for the price if that's what you need is an accurate mouse. The Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury has a very good grip to it and will definitely fit big hands.

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    Another note on the g502 is that logitech is re-releasing it with RGB leds


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    i use razor naga magma edition works well for everything imo.


 
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