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Offline typo

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Re: What your fav mouse?
« Reply #1750 on: Thu, 08 April 2021, 07:32:54 »
I am glad no one answered that. The MX Master 3 is a horrible waste of $99 IMO. The center scroll is innovative but they can keep the rest of it. The G903 or G502 Lightspeed. Or even Basalisk Ultimate easily best it. Not to mention everyone should be using a good TB.

Offline blur410

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Re: What your fav mouse?
« Reply #1751 on: Thu, 08 April 2021, 09:32:35 »
Eh Im not really into logitechs 'ergonomic'/premium mice myself. They seem pretty much like double priced versions of their standard lineup (compare the m575 to their lop of the line ergo trackball).And the only thing I really like on their normal mice is the toggle switch for stepped/stepless scroll wheel, for which I am sad I don't find a single one of their mice comfortable in the hand for palm grip.

And yes, a trackball is life for anything not precision critical within reaction time.
Keyboard Ownership History: Dynex(Rubber dome chicklet keys)-EXTINCT, Macbook Air 2016(Scissor switch)-ACTIVE, Razer Ornata(mecha-membrane)-EXTINCT, Corsair K68 RGB(Cherry MX Reds)-RETIRED, Razer Tartarus Pro(Razer optical anaglog)-RETIRED, Idobao ID-75(NK Creams)-SHELF, HHKB Pro 3 Classic(Topre)-SHELF, New Model F62(Capacitive buckling springs)-ACTIVE, Realforce 23UB(Topre)-ACTIVE, BM60-RGBEC w/KBDFANS 5 Degree Case(NK BOX Pinks)-BUILDING

Mouse Ownership History: Microsoft Mouse(Ball)-EXTINCT, Microsoft Mouse(Optical)-EXTINCT, Microsoft Gaming Mouse(Laser)-EXTINCT, Microsoft Mini Retractable Mouse(Ball)-EXTINCT, Logitech M-570(Trackball)-RETIREDX2, Razer Deathadder(Optical)-EXTINCT, Razer Deathadder Chroma(Optical)-EXTINCT, Corsair Scimitar(Laser)-EXTINCT, Razer Deathadder Elite(Optical)-EXTINCT, Razer Deathadder v2(Optical)-ACTIVE, DROK iWit(Mechanical encoder)-ACTIVE, CST/X-keys/PI L-Trac(Laser Encoder Trackball)-ACTIVE, Ploopy Classic(Optical Trackball)-ACTIVE

Incoming Hardware: Kailh Poliahs(MX Tactile), Novelkeys Box Pinks(BOX Clicky), Heavy Grail(Norbauer Chassis), BM60 RGB w/Rotary(Cherry MX), Marcus RB2-387A Industrial(Trackball), KBD60 5 deg(60% case)

Looking for Leads: Cool buckling spring keycaps(Model M/F), Cool custom cables, NOS Alps SKCM/SKBM Board/Loose Switches

Offline LASERman Projects

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Re: What your fav mouse?
« Reply #1752 on: Sat, 24 April 2021, 14:47:35 »
After years with Logitech I just found perfectly comfortable shape with the odd and unique Cooler Master MM720.

Offline foxieze

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Re: What your fav mouse?
« Reply #1753 on: Tue, 27 April 2021, 03:45:54 »
at the moment, i love using my deathadder elite, but i'm interested in getting a trackball mouse to try it out.

Offline StickyBlueJuice

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Re: What your fav mouse?
« Reply #1754 on: Wed, 28 April 2021, 01:28:34 »
After years with Logitech I just found perfectly comfortable shape with the odd and unique Cooler Master MM720.
Yeah been using Logitech since I can remember tbh. Very few times have I deviated from that brand.
But alas, their G703 was just a terrible mouse (in my experience) the wireless function was perfect, no problems there. But the double-clicking and the scrolling issue just killed it for me.

Currently using Endgame Gear XM1r and am loving it.

Offline naptime

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Re: What your fav mouse?
« Reply #1755 on: Thu, 29 April 2021, 14:29:36 »
I switched from a Logitech Performance MX to a Deft Pro wireless trackball and I don't think I'll be going back to regular mice any time soon. It's more comfortable and efficient to use, extra buttons are programmable via Steermouse, and I find the trackball to be more accurate than the MX after a few adjustments. The only thing I miss is that nice Logitech wheel with hyperfast scrolling...

Offline blur410

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Re: What your fav mouse?
« Reply #1756 on: Mon, 03 May 2021, 13:29:35 »
Yeah Logitechs newer wheels are certainly excellent to use, it really is too bad I haven't found a whole package among their mice I like.
Keyboard Ownership History: Dynex(Rubber dome chicklet keys)-EXTINCT, Macbook Air 2016(Scissor switch)-ACTIVE, Razer Ornata(mecha-membrane)-EXTINCT, Corsair K68 RGB(Cherry MX Reds)-RETIRED, Razer Tartarus Pro(Razer optical anaglog)-RETIRED, Idobao ID-75(NK Creams)-SHELF, HHKB Pro 3 Classic(Topre)-SHELF, New Model F62(Capacitive buckling springs)-ACTIVE, Realforce 23UB(Topre)-ACTIVE, BM60-RGBEC w/KBDFANS 5 Degree Case(NK BOX Pinks)-BUILDING

Mouse Ownership History: Microsoft Mouse(Ball)-EXTINCT, Microsoft Mouse(Optical)-EXTINCT, Microsoft Gaming Mouse(Laser)-EXTINCT, Microsoft Mini Retractable Mouse(Ball)-EXTINCT, Logitech M-570(Trackball)-RETIREDX2, Razer Deathadder(Optical)-EXTINCT, Razer Deathadder Chroma(Optical)-EXTINCT, Corsair Scimitar(Laser)-EXTINCT, Razer Deathadder Elite(Optical)-EXTINCT, Razer Deathadder v2(Optical)-ACTIVE, DROK iWit(Mechanical encoder)-ACTIVE, CST/X-keys/PI L-Trac(Laser Encoder Trackball)-ACTIVE, Ploopy Classic(Optical Trackball)-ACTIVE

Incoming Hardware: Kailh Poliahs(MX Tactile), Novelkeys Box Pinks(BOX Clicky), Heavy Grail(Norbauer Chassis), BM60 RGB w/Rotary(Cherry MX), Marcus RB2-387A Industrial(Trackball), KBD60 5 deg(60% case)

Looking for Leads: Cool buckling spring keycaps(Model M/F), Cool custom cables, NOS Alps SKCM/SKBM Board/Loose Switches