gaming mouse advice

  martd7 11:06 08 May 2014

Ive posted previously about this,my gaming mouse is a cm xornet,excellent piece of kit but the usb wire was so tightly wrapped in the box its been impossible to remove the kinks resulting in recoil on the wire causing the mouse to drift and snagging on the table or any peripherals,tried all sorts of methods to straighten the wire,im taking it back for a refund,this is the 2nd one,can anyone advise another? Budget £25

  martd7 15:33 08 May 2014

Mx518 £92 on amazon,few entries on ebay but i wouldn't purchase from ebay,discontinued at other stores

  martd7 17:55 08 May 2014

The one i have now would be great if it wasnt for the wire

What do you think to this? roccats entry level gaming mouse

click here

  martd7 10:29 09 May 2014

I will purchase next week and give my thoughts after a few days just hope the usb wires not going to be a problem

  martd7 12:25 18 May 2014

Ok so i purchased the roccat lua tri button mouse,as for looks,very sleek and has the roccat logo at the rear of the mouse lit in blue fading on and off as if its breathing Adjustable dpi on the dedicated button,250,500,100,1250,1500,1750,2000 Theres a nice utility to download which you can change some of the mouse features,polling rate (whatever that means),dpi,scroll speed etc

Its a small mouse,vshaped,takes a bit of getting used to,but its very smooth and responsive and the usb wires reasonably flat so no problems there

A good buy

  martd7 13:13 18 May 2014

Im probably saying small because the cm xornet was a large mouse with extra buttons and somewhere to rest your 3rd finger!

review here

click here

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