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    Question Want to buy a new gaming mouse.

    Hi.i want to buy a gaming mouse.bt my budget is 3K.i can slightly increase the budget if needed. And I love FPS gaming more than MMO. So is there any good mouse at this price point?

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    logitech g400s is 3.5k

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ony View Post
    Hi.i want to buy a gaming mouse.bt my budget is 3K.i can slightly increase the budget if needed. And I love FPS gaming more than MMO. So is there any good mouse at this price point?

    I have a DA 2013 boxed lying unused. I am ready to sell it @ 2800 tk . If interested then let me know. Below is the link.


    http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...110#post620110

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-addict View Post

    I have a DA 2013 boxed lying unused. I am ready to sell it @ 2800 tk . If interested then let me know. Below is the link.


    http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...110#post620110
    Hi, Thanks for the offer but I want to buy a new mouse for some sentimental reasons, So sorry I can't accept your offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawon0418 View Post
    logitech g400s is 3.5k
    Hi, accha ami kothay G400S pabo? IDB bhaban e paoa jabe? Kono specific shop ache? And warranty koto din er?

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    RMS want to sell gaming mouse you can contract with him

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    I wanted to sell my Bloody V3 but I think I am being comfortable with it day by day. So won't sell it. Thanks by the way.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ony View Post
    Hi, accha ami kothay G400S pabo? IDB bhaban e paoa jabe? Kono specific shop ache? And warranty koto din er?
    http://pcworldrajshahi.com/78/Gaming...s#.U9r_PvmSyIY
    seems like they are out of stock now. It got 3 years replacement warranty. They will probably restock within a month. If you need sooner you can get CM storm Xornet which is very good for palm grip. http://binarylogic.com.bd/cm-storm-x...-gaming-mouse/

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMS View Post
    I wanted to sell my Bloody V3 but I think I am being comfortable with it day by day. So won't sell it. Thanks by the way.
    V3 boss

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    can u gyz hv any idea or experience of a4tech bloody terminator tl8a mouse for 3.3k?is it better than g400s or g500? it has laser sensor and amazing 8200cpi....i am willing to buy it....

    pls share with me ur ideas bcz i hv little knowledge of gaming mouse

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yasinonic View Post
    can u gyz hv any idea or experience of a4tech bloody terminator tl8a mouse for 3.3k?is it better than g400s or g500? it has laser sensor and amazing 8200cpi....i am willing to buy it....

    pls share with me ur ideas bcz i hv little knowledge of gaming mouse
    Laser sensors are worse than good optical sensors because they have positive acceleration and prediction. You probably can't use 8200 cpi unless you use a 4k monitor.

    No way its better than g400s/g500 mouse.
    Last edited by Shawon191; August 1st, 2014 at 13:39.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawon0418 View Post
    Laser sensors are worse than good optical sensors because it has positive acceleration and prediction. You probably can't use 8200 cpi unless you use a 4k monitor.

    No way its better than g400s/g500 mouse.
    Acceleration, yes. Prediction, no.

    It can be turned off by firmware, A9500/A9800 both has the feature to do so, but depends when whether the manufacturer implemented it.

    Also G500 uses A9500= which is a laser sensor fyi.
    Last edited by dipanzan; August 1st, 2014 at 13:40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Acceleration, yes. Prediction, no.

    It can be turned off by firmware, A9500/A9800 both has the feature to do so, but depends when whether the manufacturer implemented it.

    Also G500 uses A9500= which is a laser sensor fyi.
    I know that. But its still better than that crap a4tech mouse, isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawon0418 View Post
    I know that. But its still better than that crap a4tech mouse, isn't it?
    Well that depends on the user. There are many many A9500/A9800 mice out there, Razer, SS, A4Tech, Logitech all uses them- does this make them crap? If you consider acceleration bad/not good for your aim, then ofcourse all of them will be crap for you.

    The end product is what you should be looking at, if the build quality, firmware implementation, software is bad = then overall bad. I didn't use this mouse personally, so can't tell more than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Well that depends on the user. There are many many A9500/A9800 mice out there, Razer, SS, A4Tech, Logitech all uses them- does this make them crap? If you consider acceleration bad/not good for your aim, then ofcourse all of them will be crap for you.

    The end product is what you should be looking at, if the build quality, firmware implementation, software is bad = then overall bad. I didn't use this mouse personally, so can't tell more than that.
    I didn't use it either, but g500 is one of the most well reputed mouse around, and logitech software/firmware is one of the best around, while after sells service is best without any doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawon0418 View Post
    I didn't use it either, but g500 is one of the most well reputed mouse around, and logitech software/firmware is one of the best around, while after sells service is best without any doubt.
    Yet you say that "laser" sensors are bad, whereas the G500 use the very same laser sensor. A9500 mice will perform similarly regardless of brand, it's just the end firmware/software implementation. For e.g XAI had max DPI upto ~5k, whereas Sensei goes upto 12k, and they both use the same A9500 sensor. It's Avago, the manufacturer of the A9500 sensor to decide the performance more or less. The companies just tweaks around the sensor to have better/worse for more DPI/cursor precision/accel/prediction, and so on.

    Logitech software is also not the best around. Actually no software is best tbh when using gaming mice, most of them interpolates from actual/native DPI which the sensor is capable off. While I do agree that Logi has the best CS but in BD that is non existent, so not talking about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Yet you say that "laser" sensors are bad, whereas the G500 use the very same laser sensor. A9500 mice will perform similarly regardless of brand, it's just the end firmware/software implementation. For e.g XAI had max DPI upto ~5k, whereas Sensei goes upto 12k, and they both use the same A9500 sensor. It's Avago, the manufacturer of the A9500 sensor to decide the performance more or less. The companies just tweaks around the sensor to have better/worse for more DPI/cursor precision/accel/prediction, and so on.

    Logitech software is also not the best around. Actually no software is best tbh when using gaming mice, most of them interpolates from actual/native DPI which the sensor is capable off. While I do agree that Logi has the best CS but in BD that is non existent, so not talking about that.
    I said optical sensor is better than laser, and I said g500 is better than the a4tech crap. Logitech service is great in BD, my friend got his 2.5 years old g500 replaced with a new g500s.

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    I was never into gaming mouses. Have been using an X7-747H for more than 3 years now. But I have noticed something, when I first bought the X7, it felt like the pointer is moving before I actually started to move it. Now after using it for all this time, when I try other optical mouses, like the X7-710BK, or other A4tech ones from the normal 2x click to hole less D-70FX it feels like the pointer starts to move a tiny bit late after I move the mouse. Even when I tried a bloody V3 I still felt it, even though much less than the others. Is it because of laser vs optical sensor or does it depend on the quality of the sensor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawon0418 View Post
    I said optical sensor is better than laser, and I said g500 is better than the a4tech crap. Logitech service is great in BD, my friend got his 2.5 years old g500 replaced with a new g500s.
    I give up.

    For the last time. G500 = A9500, that A4Tech = A9800, A9800 is also supposedly bugged on a firmware level, making it worse, not true for all companies out there that chose to fix this issue. The way you posted on your 1st post, "Laser sensors are worse than optical sensors" and then "No way it's better than G400s/G500".

    Read my 1st reply, I bold G500 and then gave and explanation why this and all other laser mice using A9xxx family mice will perform the same more or less. That is the G500 vs A4tech vs XAI/Sensei will perform the same, will have the same inherent accel of these A9xxx branch sensors which is a flaw from Avago.

    Also it's not Logitech service you are getting in BD, but Computer Source warranty service. They don't have old mice like G400/G500, so they are forced to give you the new ones. Trust me on this, if they had the old stock they won't hesitate to give you that. I also got my Siberia v2 replaced when mine got bust. The main importer of Logi is Computer Source in BD. If you are praising for RMA/service, praise Computer Source, not Logitech. Outside of BD, CS of Logitech is renowned, and that I agree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    I give up.

    For the last time. G500 = A9500, that A4Tech = A9800, A9800 is also supposedly bugged on a firmware level, making it worse, not true for all companies out there that chose to fix this issue. The way you posted on your 1st post, "Laser sensors are worse than optical sensors" and then "No way it's better than G400s/G500".

    Read my 1st reply, I bold G500 and then gave and explanation why this and all other laser mice using A9xxx family mice will perform the same more or less. That is the G500 vs A4tech vs XAI/Sensei will perform the same, will have the same inherent accel of these A9xxx branch sensors which is a flaw from Avago.

    Also it's not Logitech service you are getting in BD, but Computer Source warranty service. They don't have old mice like G400/G500, so they are forced to give you the new ones. Trust me on this, if they had the old stock they won't hesitate to give you that. I also got my Siberia v2 replaced when mine got bust. The main importer of Logi is Computer Source in BD. If you are praising for RMA/service, praise Computer Source, not Logitech. Outside of BD, CS of Logitech is renowned, and that I agree.
    I didn't said logitech g500 sensor is better.

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    Thanks for the suggestions,but i am not going to buy a A4tech gaming mouse as even after buying you have to pay to unlock some features( In their PC software) .
    I think i will go with Logitech G400S .

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