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Old 11-09-14, 11:02 PM
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recommend a budget gaming mouse (less than £40)

as the title says, I had a R.A.T 3 but I plugged it in and it does nothing, wont even light up. Time for a new mouse, but I don't know which one

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Old 12-09-14, 11:25 PM
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My recommendation which I will never shut up about is the CM Storm Spawn. It is the best cheap mouse EVER!
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Old 13-09-14, 12:44 AM
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I cant find one in the UK as its end of life. My grip is in between a claw and a palm. I use the dame mouse for gaming as I do for general use so maybe something a bit bigger? I was using a RAT 3 but it refuses to power up
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Old 13-09-14, 03:44 AM
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Its not end of life? I can buy some in the US right now if i wanted? Hmm weird.

Mionix Naos 3200? Seems decently priced.
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Old 13-09-14, 05:27 AM
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i still love my razer deathadder. mine is 3 years old now, but i still love it,

EDIT: i just looked it up, i paid about £40 for it back in the day, its almost £70 now!!! WTF razer
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Old 13-09-14, 01:02 PM
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I'm using a Tecknet M133 mouse, it has a 4000dpi Avago sensor, Omron switches, 1000hz polling rate, braided 1.8 metre cord, four different led illumination colours depending on DPI selection with a breathing function, software that allows you to record macros and reassign buttons, and it cost me £13 including free postage from eBay.
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Old 13-09-14, 01:15 PM
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I'd reccomend either the CM storm Xornet or the TeckNet x9800. I have the tecknet one. Its cheap and has stuff like Omron switches and other neat features.
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Old 13-09-14, 01:17 PM
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Save an extra £10 and get a Steelseries Rival, it is one of the best mice at the moment.
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Old 13-09-14, 01:24 PM
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The mionix naos is a fantastic mouse
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THIS! Ive been using this for about a year. it hasnt failed me once. my girlfriend has the razer naga and she said it feels like an equivalent to the naga because of the side buttons. its actually less bulky than the naga and at £29 its defiantly a cheap gaming mouse. best mouse ive ever had.
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