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Old 24-10-06, 01:02 AM
nawfal nawfal is offline
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i just returned my revolution mx, it was a great mouse, nice looking, light, good feel to it, sensitive etc, but that clutch think is actually well annoying, and that search button doesnt work properly, and the go backwards and forwards buttons werent sensitive enough

i changed to mx1000 and its great

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Old 24-10-06, 03:03 AM
Ares210 Ares210 is offline
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Originally Posted by nawfal
i just returned my revolution mx, it was a great mouse, nice looking, light, good feel to it, sensitive etc, but that clutch think is actually well annoying, and that search button doesnt work properly, and the go backwards and forwards buttons werent sensitive enough

i changed to mx1000 and its great
The word that stuck out in that paragraph for me was light. A lot of people who game and such like there mouses to have a little bit of weight to them.

Just something to think about
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Old 24-10-06, 08:49 AM
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But then pretty much all of Razor mice are light yet they're awesome
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Old 24-10-06, 12:06 PM
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Cordless or not, you simply can't beat the Razer mice!

The Copperhead I have is stunning!
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Old 24-10-06, 12:25 PM
FarFarAway FarFarAway is offline
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My G5 is better than my old Razor no diggedy no doubt
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Old 24-10-06, 01:12 PM
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poses the question do i go for G5 and save some dosh or plump straight for the G7. Razor look good but Kempez's last comment sways me to logitech.

Decision time tonight.
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Old 24-10-06, 01:39 PM
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If you're a gamer than you can go no better than the G5. The weights are a huge help and the mouse is simply awesome
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Old 24-10-06, 03:32 PM
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Whatever, I love my Copperhead (only bad experience is that my first one died )
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Old 24-10-06, 09:37 PM
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tried to reply from work but it wouldnt let me.

I think i am going to go for the G7 as i want it cordless, I want a mouse suitable for gaming but as i am still only an opportunistic gamer, (have wife will nag) I think the cordless will be ok.

Thanks for all the comments guys I am now going to see if they sell them on ST. and compare prices.
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