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    ^^ in my preference i have 2.......i will be using it for heavy browsing and gaming......my budget is 600 taka (taina tuina)

    1. A4 TECH N-322 WIRED V-TRACK MOUSE

    http://globalbrand.com.bd/mouse/A4-T...OUSE-USB-BLACK


    2. A4 TECH N-70FX 7 BUTTON

    http://globalbrand.com.bd/mouse/A4-T...UTTON-PAD-LESS


    NEED YOUR HELP AND SUGGESTION don't troll please.........suggest me any mouse not only those which is good within the budget
    Last edited by Nirob69; April 1st, 2016 at 00:48.

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    what is most important while buying the mouse is the ergonomics aka the shape.

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    Same mouse I have, only problem is right click is dysfunctional at times. But awesome mouse nonetheless if you have small hands

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    what is most important while buying the mouse is the ergonomics aka the shape.
    bhujlam na? ektu explain please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Same mouse I have, only problem is right click is dysfunctional at times. But awesome mouse nonetheless if you have small hands
    which one? 1st or the second

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    suggest me a good mouse any brand u like within the budget

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    N-70FX, it has adjustable Dpi. Good low and mid-high, highest set is kind of too much

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    Anari manus ami dpi adjust korte parbo nah...tachar eo jani na dpi ta ki.....voy dukhaiyen nah....default e chalano jabe na? @Asif_Z @Trave160 .....n70 fx ta amar valoi lagse dekhte..dum ta kemon porte pate plz....ar onno suggestion thakle bolben 

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    Btw prolink kara import kore
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    Changing DPI is simply clicking a button -_-. And just to mention , my previous mouse was N70FX and it is quite small. So, you must have claw grip

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nirob69 View Post
    Anari manus ami dpi adjust korte parbo nah...tachar eo jani na dpi ta ki.....voy dukhaiyen nah....default e chalano jabe na? @Asif_Z @Trave160 .....n70 fx ta amar valoi lagse dekhte..dum ta kemon porte pate plz....ar onno suggestion thakle bolben 

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    Btw prolink kara import kore
    A4Tech Office Mouse n70 fx costs only 500 BDT. I bought one today for a friend. I have been using a Office Mouse (MOP-70D, looks same as n70 fx) since February, 2009. And I guess, you won't believe me after I say that it's still working flawlessly.


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    Office mouse e game ki khela jabe...mane gaming performance kemon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nirob69 View Post
    Office mouse e game ki khela jabe...mane gaming performance kemon?
    If it tracks correctly I don't know what else u need. 800/1000 dpi should be enough for most games.

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    what is dpi btw?

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