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    Looking for durable gaming mouse which is good for FPS and RTS gaming.


    Wireless would be great as long as latency is in reasonable range.
    Currently considering G602, G700S but let me know ur recommendation other than these.

    Having wireless feature is not a must as long as there are decent and well built wired mouse that will suit my needs.
    Pls put in your recommendation. Just don't mention anything from razer.

    Budget: 400 BDT to 8K

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    Looking for durable gaming mouse which is good for FPS and RTS gaming.


    Wireless would be great as long as latency is in reasonable range.
    Currently considering G602, G700S but let me know ur recommendation other than these.

    Having wireless feature is not a must as long as there are decent and well built wired mouse that will suit my needs.
    Pls put in your recommendation. Just don't mention anything from razer.

    Budget: 400 BDT to 8K
    DAT Budget

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    Durable as in psychically durable or do you mean the mouse can withstand millions of clicks and still function properly after 1 year of heavy use ?


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    G502 has the best sensor right now and I suggest you look into that as well. I wouldn't recommend any wireless mice because to me it's too much hassle to charge/replace batteries.

    What type of size and grip do you prefer? I saw that the G402 was available at IDB at a price lower than US with full warranty.

    But the cable is not braided and can be stiff for many. I bought a Razer Armadillo long time ago to keep things in place, so the cable has not been an issue for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    G502 has the best sensor right now and I suggest you look into that as well. I wouldn't recommend any wireless mice because to me it's too much hassle to charge/replace batteries.

    What type of size and grip do you prefer? I saw that the G402 was available at IDB at a price lower than US with full warranty.

    But the cable is not braided and can be stiff for many. I bought a Razer Armadillo long time ago to keep things in place, so the cable has not been an issue for me.
    G502 is probably not available in BD atm. I can see CS having Corsair M90 in stock which is a bit pricey. What do u think of that?

    and how about steel series mouses? are they known for durability or having good sensor?

    have a look at this let me know which one do u think will be better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
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    Durable as in psychically durable or do you mean the mouse can withstand millions of clicks and still function properly after 1 year of heavy use ?
    exactly!! n i dont mind buying a 400 taka mouse if it delivers what I need. I still miss my good old a4 tech X7 mouse.
    Last edited by minitt; February 27th, 2015 at 03:05.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    G502 is probably not available in BD atm.
    What happened to your project of bringing gadgets from Canada? Can't you bring the mouse from there?

    And althought I feel that my G402 is durable enough, when I think of most durable mice, only two pops in my head. I cannot confirm how durable they are in real life, but their design aspect and features look pretty durable to me.

    First, the Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime. It is designed to be the most durable MOBA mouse. And I think if any mouse can claim to survive millions millions of right-clicks of MOBA games then it should be pretty durable. But I seriously didn't like the shape of that mouse. Logitech claims that shape is the most preferable for pro MOBA players though.

    And the second is Asus ROG Gladius. It has the same sensor as Deathadder 2013. But in term of durability, it has user replaceable omron swithces (comes with an extra pair), and a removable micro usb compatible cable (comes with two, one 2m braided and one 1m non braided). I think it would be as durable as it can get design wise.
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    Just buy the one that fits your hand. Sensor performance wont matter unless you are a pro gamer/play competitive games regularly. Many people bought the g502 and then regretted it since the mouse was just too heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    G502 is probably not available in BD atm. I can see CS having Corsair M90 in stock which is a bit pricey. What do u think of that?

    and how about steel series mouses? are they known for durability or having good sensor?

    have a look at this let me know which one do u think will be better.
    I have mixed feelings about SS mice. Their sensor performance is ok but their durability varies a lot. I've seen so many people get double-clicking issues after 6-8 months of use and then there's some who use their mice perfectly for 2 years.

    Last time I used an SS, it was the Xai and I used that for 2 years before it started having double click issues and even started to missed clicks entirely. I would rate that as a good experience since 2 years is the minimum that I would expect from a high priced mouse. I briefly switched to the Sensei after the Xai failed, but the mouse died in 8 months and I had to RMA it. Sold it off as soon as I got it and then switched to Zowie AM.

    The Rivals is a large mouse and is comfortable to hold. I only used it for a few minutes in the store and concluded that I wouldn't mind getting it if I hadn't bought the G402. It has the Avago 3310 sensor so tracking performance will be top notch as well. If you have large hands then I would recommend it.

    Most gaming mice have omron switches or similar these days so hopefully double-clicking will not be an issue anymore.

    The G302 has a great grip but the sensor fails at 2.7m/s I believe. It's still quite high but can be reached often. Eg: In CS if you quickly look away to dodge flashes and then back again, mouse might fail and get stuck for a few seconds. So I wouldn't recommend that, this is the problem that G402 fixed with it's gyroscope which now tracks perfectly upto 12m/s, (impossible to reach with human hands lol).

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    grip much more important than mouse sensor if you ask me, specially for fps games.
    whats your grip? was the grip of x7 spider edition good enough for you? then i can recommend you g700 wireless or g500. i dont know about revised editions like g702.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    grip much more important than mouse sensor if you ask me, specially for fps games.
    I would kind of agree as long as the sensor is decent. If it's something like G302 where the mouse fails often then I would never recommend it even if it had the best grip in the world.

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    I'm a claw grip user. Guys tell me what u think about Corsair m90 ?

    @Swapnil the import project is still up. Ill bring some stuff for my personal use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    grip much more important than mouse sensor if you ask me, specially for fps games.
    whats your grip? was the grip of x7 spider edition good enough for you? then i can recommend you g700 wireless or g500. i dont know about revised editions like g702.
    Ar boilen na, Razer Deathadder kina ja dhora ta khaisilam. Haat pislai jai ar wrist betha shuru hoi gesilo. Sold it within 2 days of buying, crap mouse.


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    Please mention
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    ii) Hand size
    iii) DPI preference

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    I'm a claw grip user. Guys tell me what u think about Corsair m90 ?
    Did some quick research and it seems the mouse has negative acceleration when doing fast sweeps. There was also a bunch of other macro issues but those seem to have been fixed after updates. Still can't fix the hardware though, so does not look like a safe choice.

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    Please mention
    i) Hand size
    ii) DPI preference

    Aside from the already mentioned mice, Mionix Avior SK/7000, Zowie FK, Sensei RAW are good mice for claw grip. M90 is palm grip mouse afaik. Laser mice usually have worse sensor than optical ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawon0418 View Post
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    iii) DPI preference
    Grip type : Claw
    Hand Size :Medium
    Dpi: I have a 1080 screen and currently having a 1400 DPI setting with my razer imperator

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    Grip type : Claw
    Hand Size :Medium
    Dpi: I have a 1080 screen and currently having a 1400 DPI setting with my razer imperator
    For such low sensitivity you can try Zowie FK2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawon0418 View Post
    For such low sensitivity you can try Zowie FK2.
    You can't just assume sensitivity using DPI alone without factoring "in-game" sensitivity. For FPS games(taking CS for e.g), slow sensitivity would be 400DPI and somewhere around .9-1.5 ingame.

    @minitt , if you are not playing competitively don't pay any attention to sensors, unless it's really crippled like an office A4tech 2x. Shape is more important, and then the overall package, for e.g features/software/buttons/feel.

    If you want a claw grip mouse and a good sensor, look for the Zowie FK2/Mionix Avior 7000(I'm using one currently) or Abyssus 2014/Logitech G302. And also something to note, be sure about what grip you are using. I thought I was a claw gripper myself when I was using the DA/XAI/Sensei, and switched to my Avior 7000 since it's good for claw grip, but it turns out I'm actually palming my mice 90% of the time and just using claws to re-position.

    For palm grip, I'd recommend DeathAdder/Sensei/Rival/Zowie EC1/EC2(the newer editions).

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    You can't just assume sensitivity using DPI alone without factoring "in-game" sensitivity. For FPS games(taking CS for e.g), slow sensitivity would be 400DPI and somewhere around .9-1.5 ingame.

    @minitt , if you are not playing competitively don't pay any attention to sensors, unless it's really crippled like an office A4tech 2x. Shape is more important, and then the overall package, for e.g features/software/buttons/feel.

    If you want a claw grip mouse and a good sensor, look for the Zowie FK2/Mionix Avior 7000(I'm using one currently) or Abyssus 2014/Logitech G302. And also something to note, be sure about what grip you are using. I thought I was a claw gripper myself when I was using the DA/XAI/Sensei, and switched to my Avior 7000 since it's good for claw grip, but it turns out I'm actually palming my mice 90% of the time and just using claws to re-position.

    For palm grip, I'd recommend DeathAdder/Sensei/Rival/Zowie EC1/EC2(the newer editions).
    i have 0 idea about sensors but I do like my razer imperator's sensor. the pointer stops and reaches where I want it to.

    I am a claw gripper fyi. But Rival/Zowie EC1/EC2 none of em are available in local mkt i believe. But if they are, pls let me knw where can i get it from.

    Btw can you recommend something wireless but with good sensor or at least performs decently in gaming ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    You can't just assume sensitivity using DPI alone without factoring "in-game" sensitivity. For FPS games(taking CS for e.g), slow sensitivity would be 400DPI and somewhere around .9-1.5 ingame.
    I know, I said that because the maximum sensitivity of FK2 is lower than most mice so it can't satisfy high sensitivity users.

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