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Offline StickyBlueJuice

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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #500 on: Thu, 16 August 2018, 06:50:37 »
Logitech MX Master 2S
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Holy crap do I love this mouse.

But, it no haz the HERO sensor  !!!


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It works perfectly on the surface I have here at home.

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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #501 on: Sun, 26 August 2018, 17:23:25 »
For work:
Kensington Slimblade

For Home:
Elecom Deft Pro

Backup for Home & Work:
Logitech MX Master

The Slimblade is so comfy, but generally I avoid using the mouse anyways.

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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #502 on: Thu, 06 September 2018, 10:53:25 »
Mx Master.  I want the 2S in stone grey but I canít justify the cost as mine works fine.

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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #503 on: Wed, 12 September 2018, 22:01:34 »
At home a Kensington Expert plus whatever gaming mouse I've got going. Had a G903 but the right click lets go unless you press on it real hard, switched to a Deathadder Elite I've got and I've got to appreciate the godlike scrollwheel on the 903 it seriously is the most tactile wheel I've felt.

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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #504 on: Wed, 12 September 2018, 22:20:05 »
I just got the Logitech G Pro Wireless last week.
Definitely expensive, but I like it more than my G304.

I wouldn't recommend it for its price, unless you're an enthusiast.

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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #505 on: Tue, 09 October 2018, 12:59:02 »
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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #506 on: Mon, 22 October 2018, 23:57:59 »
MY FINGER.

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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #507 on: Thu, 25 October 2018, 18:27:44 »
I am using a CST 1550 right now in my left hand. I am having some RSI issues with my right wrist so I switched to left handed exclusive use. It has taken me a few weeks but I have almost completely transistioned to left hand use. I am thinking that I will probably upgrade it to the L-Track soon for smoother rolling and that nice scroll wheel.
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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #508 on: Fri, 26 October 2018, 07:11:20 »
MY FINGER.
NEXT LEVEL.
There are very few touch pads I find acceptable. We have about 150 of the HP Probook 430 G2's at work and I've had to open up about 20 and fix the touch pads myself (and that's after we had two HP support reps onsite to fix all 150 models) For some reason the tape that is supposed to ground it is placed poorly on that model.

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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #509 on: Wed, 31 October 2018, 08:45:04 »
MY FINGER.
NEXT LEVEL.
There are very few touch pads I find acceptable. We have about 150 of the HP Probook 430 G2's at work and I've had to open up about 20 and fix the touch pads myself (and that's after we had two HP support reps onsite to fix all 150 models) For some reason the tape that is supposed to ground it is placed poorly on that model.

prolly not Thicc enough..

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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #510 on: Sun, 16 December 2018, 11:41:22 »
My Logitech G402 refuses to break which is confusing because I can still remember a time when I had to buy a new mouse twice a year because those left buttons always wear out quickly.

Those thumb buttons are confusing though, I keep accidentally pressing them. I surely miss the good old three-button no-wheel Pilot Mouse.
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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #511 on: Sun, 16 December 2018, 12:31:26 »
Still using the EVGA Torq X5 w/scroll wheel swap (~60 weeks). I mostly bought it for ambi + shape (left hand mouser), and sensor. Decent sensor, firmware, weight (90 grams), grip, and shape--bad everything else.
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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #512 on: Sun, 16 December 2018, 22:35:08 »
For work:
Elecom Deft Pro

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Swiftpoint the Z
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Offline Darkside

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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #513 on: Sun, 30 December 2018, 20:05:38 »
A Razer Deathadder 2013 that needs replacing.  :'(

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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #514 on: Fri, 04 January 2019, 14:54:22 »
Logitech G900 - Bought it on sale at Fry's a while back. Things works very well and holds a charge for a good amount of time.

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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #515 on: Sun, 06 January 2019, 12:04:12 »
logitech g703, needed to downsize on the wire mess, so jumped to a wireless mouse. It's a great mouse, highly recommend it..
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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #516 on: Tue, 08 January 2019, 02:18:27 »
Oh boy, the easier answer would be which pointing device am I not using. Currently my go to is the Pro Intellimouse. But I'm trying out my G Pro (3366) and will probably rotate in my MX518 HERO and G Pro Wireless soon.

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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #517 on: Fri, 25 January 2019, 11:45:45 »
I just finished replacing the left button switch on one of my Itac Industrial trackballs. Sooo nice to have it back.

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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #518 on: Mon, 11 March 2019, 07:02:01 »
The input device that i am currently using would be a touchscreen. Other than that, i use my really bad MIOS 3d optical mouse which has no side buttons and the tracker is very off.
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Re: What Pointing Device Are You Using Now?
« Reply #519 on: Tue, 12 March 2019, 12:39:10 »
I'm using a G305 at home, which has been nothing short of amazing. Tracks fantastically, and it's light and wireless (using a AAA lithium battery in it.) Hoping to be able to try out a G Pro Wireless to see if I want to make the plunge, but in all honestly, I think the G305 is here to stay since it's cheap to replace and feels great in hand.

I use an MX Master 2S when travelling to clients and at the office. It is FANTASTIC. god, the buttons, scroll wheels, thumb buttons and the integrated button in the thumb rest that also works using directional input + press, this thing is a work setup dream. I tried using trackballs, but weirdly enough, they ended up hurting my wrist when it typically helps other people with wrist pain.
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