Suggestions pls, buying a gaming mouse.
There are so many options in the market right now i cant decide between.. Please suggest me a mouse for gaming, (mainly fps). Please bear in mind i dont want to spend too much, im not an enthusiast.
My primary preferences are- steelseries, coolermaster, a4tech,thermaltake(too pricey??), logitec..
Last edited by shohag2018; October 28th, 2014 at 10:57.
For short budget , buy a Logitech G400s .
Ok, how are the a4tech Tl8a or 5Lza??
Originally Posted by Xperience
for a short budget, A4tech bloody V3/Coolermaster Xornet are great ones for fps games. PC World Rajshahi selling Bloody V3 for just 1650tk, they are also giving a free T-shirt right now.
If you can spend 3.5k however, Logitech G400s got one of the best(i.e. flawless) sensors available.
Stay away from Thermaltake mice.
Thanks for your reply, i was wondering how a v3 trade against the likes of v8 or TL8A? Any ideas? Also where to get coolermaster ones?
Originally Posted by shawon0418
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Last edited by shohag2018; October 28th, 2014 at 13:53.
CM er mouse binarylogic e paben. And I am using the ZL5A and it's a decent mouse with 8200dpi and a snipper button which is my fav.
I would go for V3 which is 1,600/= in the market now.
Originally Posted by shohag2018
The V3 is GREAT for fps ONLY. Also keep in mind that this mouse weighs a LOT when compared to the g400s. If your main purpose is fps gaming then go for it otherwise go for the all rounder g400s .
Ebola virus or HIV, Logitech g400s is the best
As i said im not an enthusiast, i ll go with the cheap fps mouse. Thanks, decision made.
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