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    Default Mouse - better than razer?

    Howdy all,
    Over the years I have been using razer naga as my go to mouse since I use razer synapses for making my rotation macros. I go through these things like hot cakes because the right mouse button usually breaks after 5 months of use because I hold the right mouse button down while steering my character.

    Anyone know of a higher quality mouse that has a similar program to synapses where I can loop a rotation via mouse buttons? Pretty much over buying a new mouse every 5 months.

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    Logitech G600 here. Officially done w/ Razer mice after having a great history the past 2 naga I've bought haven't lasted as long as others.

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    100% agree. My G600 has lasted 4+ years with zero issues.

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    Another g600 fan here, but they do not last me long at all. I'd be happy if I got a year out of mine. I keep two on hand just in case. I wear the right button out all the time. But for the price, I'll deal with it.


    *EDIT*

    Just re read your post. I sit on the right button as well. If you play as much as I do, and it sounds like you do. I don't think theres a mouse out there for us.
    Last edited by pak : 10-28-2020 at 02:54 PM

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    You guys must have giant/heavy fingers lol! I use G600s as well ( got 4 new ones when i noticed them on sale ) But mine last a few years at least! I also steer with right button held down. I strafe with the tilt wheel ( love this feature) allows me to use Q and E for other things!
    Currently 5 Boxing 5 Protection Paladins on Whisperwind Alliance
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    I swear the original G600s were made out of a stronger material, all the ones I have managed to find feel different to the original and don't last nearly as long. But also do the superior support for Logitech's interaction with isboxer has me sticking with them, and G600 has a nice number of buttons so I've bought like 8 of them total so far.

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    Been using the "Mionix Naos 7000", corded mice, for some years now. No issues.

    I tried the Razor naga, but it was way to small for my larger hands than normal. The Naos = fits well.

    https://www.pcworld.com/article/2605...00-review.html
    Last edited by WOWBOX40 : 10-28-2020 at 09:30 PM
    (usually chronically bad at finishing a post, please hold for some minutes.... before you reply / quote it, as i might be editing it)

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    Razer Basilisk v2 here - I generally don't like the thumb buttons on Naga/G600, but the single thumb button on the Basilisk v2 is fine for me.

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    I forget where I read the tip (I am sure it was from another multiboxer) but mice are one thing the Amazon warranty is great for. Buy whatever mouse you like the best, get the warranty and when it dies Amazon will replace it no hassle. I have done this for an ice maker (on my 3rd portable ice maker, only paying for the first) but I never thought to do it on a mouse! I loved my Corsair Scimitar but it died after only a year so I went back to the trusty Logitec G600. I will be picking up the Corsair again when I go to replace and nabbing the warranty myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mordikai View Post
    I forget where I read the tip (I am sure it was from another multiboxer) but mice are one thing the Amazon warranty is great for. Buy whatever mouse you like the best, get the warranty and when it dies Amazon will replace it no hassle. I have done this for an ice maker (on my 3rd portable ice maker, only paying for the first) but I never thought to do it on a mouse! I loved my Corsair Scimitar but it died after only a year so I went back to the trusty Logitec G600. I will be picking up the Corsair again when I go to replace and nabbing the warranty myself
    I tried a lot of mice and the tilt function of the mouse wheel is important to me. The Razer's cannot distinguish between the tilt and mouse wheel up/down. The Rival does and has an additional button to the right of the right mouse button. When I dual box the tilt wheel helps with strafing since I use an orbweaver for my left hand.

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