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Planning On Upgrading The Mouse And Mousepad


Kamikaze_Badger

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Ok, I have about $60 USD to work with. What should I go for, for gaming that requires no skipping whatsoever, and to respond to the slightest touch.

 

 

 

And looks good as well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Would an Icemat be nice?

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:withstupid: Logitech MX510 is teh siht. Best mouse I've ever used.

 

I'm testing the Xtrac Hammer mousing surface. Its good, thin and pretty reliable but occasionally on very small movements the mouse jumps. I actually have better luck with an entirely black pad that I use at home. The Logitech can be used on ANY surface (I've used my leg in bed, for example).

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wow, i never thought ppl put so much interest into the mouse and keyboard. lol Newayz, i use the Logitech MX 700 Duo thing. Mouse is comfortable and the keyboard works great. I especially like useing hte media keys and whatnot.

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Um, I'm looking for a mouse and mousepad... not a mouse and keyboard.

 

 

 

 

If I'm going to have to use the family computer for this long, I'm going to make myself at home with it. Coming soon(hopefully): New motherboard and AMD Athlon 2500-m(to be overclocked like hell).

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KB, you REALLY dont need a fan in that moouse. it doesnt fit either, that things tight fit, and by putting a fan your gona need an external power source.

 

whcih is impractical and a waste of time.

 

 

you dont need to cool your hands while gaming.

 

if you really wnat to put a fan your gona have to use one of those bal mouses.

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my all black gateway mouse pad from 1995 works great with my Microsoft Optical Mouse(wired of course), total cost was around $30. I get no skipping in CS, America's Army, Vietcong. The main reason for missing is my poor skills, but that is another story...

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