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    Lightbulb Best gaming mouse within 2K? For all kinds of gaming.



    Hi. I want good sensor and conformable mouse. What mouse would be best for me?



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    Logitech G102 assuming you can find one.
    My probable next build: Qisan MagicForce 68 (Outemu switch) / Teamwolf Zhuque+ 87 TKL (Outemu) / Monoprice Select series full size (Outemu/Gateron) / Drevo Gramr 84 TKL (Outemu) • Logitech G102 Prodigy • Deepcool Dukase V3 / Thermaltake Versa U21 • Superlux HD 681 • Creative Sound Blaster E1 • LG 22MP68VQ • SteelSeries QcK • Generic executive chair • others TBA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Logitech G102 assuming you can find one.
    not available anywhere last time I checked

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    Quote Originally Posted by Set View Post
    not available anywhere last time I checked
    yeah. ar anena ken bujhi na.
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    bc if they bring it no one will buy any other mouse in 2.5K range

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    i would strongly suggest you to avoid bloody at any cost , worst mouse in 2k range . you can consider Delux M811LU which i suppose rebrand of aLLreLi M811Lu dpi mouse which used to have overwhelming positive reviews on chinese forums back in 2013 days

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    Quote Originally Posted by FCIP1 View Post
    bc if they bring it no one will buy any other mouse in 2.5K range
    apnar to market nia onek dharona !!

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    G102. Assuming u can find one and it fits your hand and grip style. Otherwise, the only mice with a (almost?) decent sensor is bloody v3/a91/a90 IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    i would strongly suggest you to avoid bloody at any cost , worst mouse in 2k range . you can consider Delux M811LU which i suppose rebrand of aLLreLi M811Lu dpi mouse which used to have overwhelming positive reviews on chinese forums back in 2013 days

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    apnar to market nia onek dharona !!
    Logitech G102 is available in Multiplan. I checked yesterday. I wanted to buy that but it has only 10 million clicks lifespan according to official logitech website... And the A4Tech Bloody A90/A91 have 20 million clicks lifespan. So I wanted to buy Bloody A90 cause of better lifespan than G102. A90 is available in a online shop and I can order it. But why you telling me to avoid Bloody? what's wrong with it?
    And I checked your suggested Delux M811LU. I like it but dont know what to get now... Please help... you and other peeps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo030 View Post
    Logitech G102 is available in Multiplan. I checked yesterday. I wanted to buy that but it has only 10 million clicks lifespan according to official logitech website... And the A4Tech Bloody A90/A91 have 20 million clicks lifespan. So I wanted to buy Bloody A90 cause of better lifespan than G102. A90 is available in a online shop and I can order it. But why you telling me to avoid Bloody? what's wrong with it?
    And I checked your suggested Delux M811LU. I like it but dont know what to get now... Please help... you and other peeps...
    Tumi buira hoia moira geleo mouse button er life shesh hobe na. One thing you can trust on Logitech is durability and their awesome sensors. Logitech tai kino. Ar kon dokane pawa jay? Amaro kina lagbe.
    My probable next build: Qisan MagicForce 68 (Outemu switch) / Teamwolf Zhuque+ 87 TKL (Outemu) / Monoprice Select series full size (Outemu/Gateron) / Drevo Gramr 84 TKL (Outemu) • Logitech G102 Prodigy • Deepcool Dukase V3 / Thermaltake Versa U21 • Superlux HD 681 • Creative Sound Blaster E1 • LG 22MP68VQ • SteelSeries QcK • Generic executive chair • others TBA

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo030 View Post
    Logitech G102 is available in Multiplan. I checked yesterday. I wanted to buy that but it has only 10 million clicks lifespan according to official logitech website... And the A4Tech Bloody A90/A91 have 20 million clicks lifespan. So I wanted to buy Bloody A90 cause of better lifespan than G102. A90 is available in a online shop and I can order it. But why you telling me to avoid Bloody? what's wrong with it?
    And I checked your suggested Delux M811LU. I like it but dont know what to get now... Please help... you and other peeps...
    Get the g102. Far better sensor than the any of the bloodys. And the click lifespan doesn't really mean much IMO. Pretty much everyone uses the same omron switches (bloodys have huano though) and still some go for years while some die before the year ends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Tumi buira hoia moira geleo mouse button er life shesh hobe na. One thing you can trust on Logitech is durability and their awesome sensors. Logitech tai kino. Ar kon dokane pawa jay? Amaro kina lagbe.
    Forgot the shop name. It's in multiplan. Im gonna go tomorrow, search and get it and I'll let you know here immediately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Tumi buira hoia moira geleo mouse button er life shesh hobe na. One thing you can trust on Logitech is durability and their awesome sensors. Logitech tai kino. Ar kon dokane pawa jay? Amaro kina lagbe.
    Bought the G102 mouse with 2000TK from TechLand. Shop no: #839-840, Level 8, Multiplan Center.

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    G102 is performing well. Thanks everyone.

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