At the moment my mouse is a Logitech and I had never ever tried a gaming mouse before, getting tempted to pick this up and curious on what's the biggest difference... To be honest though what attracted me the most is that badass Diablo red Light glow
Thoughts? Any opinion is greatly appreciated All I could find from googling was promotional stuff...
Using Razer Deathadder here and it's really good. Had it for ages as well, didn't break like other SteelSeries stuff I have tested. Last SS headphones I had to review broke in 3 weeks and they were a top of the range set as well, so poor quality.
Thanks for the quick reply guys. Yeah I might get a gaming mouse just for the sake of trying one for the first time. Razer Deathadder looks sweet too and combined with international shipping it ends up to half the price of SteelSeries Diablo... but that red Diablo glow oh
Any other recommended model/brand for gaming mouse?
I am also a fan of the razor death adder. Never did like merchandising based on some type of popular work (with the exception of band t-shirts).
That said, I prefer a contoured hand specific mouse over an ambidextrous mouse. Also, I have had mice with the button below the wheel to change the dpi on the fly and that was always annoying. You have max dpi then you press the button on accident and you need to move the mouse 10 feet to go 1 inch on the screen because you are at some abysmally low dpi.
But a mouse is a hugely personal preference item. For me they are as follows:
No more than 5-buttons
Built for right hand contour
Built for palm grip
3500dpi or more
Minimal/No Effects lighting
After my research I think that most mice are pretty much the same in quality regardless of brand. As long as you pick one that's not too cheap. The rest is up to personal preference, what specifics you'd like with the mouse.
I ordered the D3 mouse as well, since I'm using a stock dell mouse at the moment. The reviews that I've read are very good, and it claims to withstand "10 million clicks" or about 3 times what most gaming mice do. The nice logo helps too, of course.