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Gaming Mice Under $100
Gaming Mice Under $100
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Only mice with flawless sensors on this list are the deathadder, g400s, zowie fk, and zowie evo(both the ec1 and ec2 have flawless sensors).
Personally I voted the deathadder because after 4 good years of service my 3.5G's mousewheel broke when it slipped off my desk for the 100th time, and I want another one.
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Deathadder's are more prone to the doubleclick of death, particularly if you drop them a lot or play lots of APM mashing games.
Logitechs tend to have lots of issues with the cord, they end up either buckling or pulling out at the mouse, this is more of an inevitability and it will get much worse much faster if you let the cord get stuck on things or if it happens to face jolty movements that cause it to pull tight very abruptly.
Both of these problems tend to happen past the 2+ year mark assuming you treat your mice well. If you know how to solder the deathadder's doubleclick issue can be fixed indefinitly for <$2 but the logitech one is permanent. The warrenties on both are fantastic, I got my 3G deathadder replaced with the 3.5G after the warrenty had died by almost a year.
The zowie fk is the least prone to hardware issues but it has no drivers, and because of that you can't set up macros or change what your buttons do. Same with the evo. Zowie mice don't have drivers.
This can either be a problem or some people prefer it because it means no installation is ever required (mind you, you don't need to install razer or logitech drivers, they're optional, but the benefits are usually worth it)
Every mouse has issues, these are just the ones for these 3. Everybody should own one of these 3 mice if they play any games that require precision aim and fast accurate movements.
Laser mice and many others on the list face hardware acceleration which means the sensor is not flawless and the response of the cursor is not 1:1 to that of your mouse's movements.
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