which wireless mouse to buy?

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  1. Support.2@XOTIC PC

    Support.2@XOTIC PC Company Representative

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    Looks nice, definitely going to be making the arthritis jokes. :) My main worry is related though, what does it compare to size-wise? I know the 602 is too big but this looks almost on the too small size.
     
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    It's slightly smaller than the Logitech M705, so definitely on the compact side.
     
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    Thanks again! Definitely I will!
     
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    Probably not for me then, my hands aren't that small.
     
  5. Carrot Top

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    It depends on the shape as well. I have medium sized hands and usually palm grip, but with small mice like the M705, G303, and G Pro I can comfortably claw or fingertip grip.
     
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    I fingertip grip my MM3600, but it's small to be portable and isn't my primary input device for the computer I use it with. Have to palm grip with any mouse I use regularly.
     
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    Theast gaming specific wireless mouse I owned was the G500. I liked it a lot until my daughter dunked it into my glass of beer. At this time I also needed a new mouse for work. My job consists of holding a mouse in my hand for 10+ hours throughout the day while make over 1 thousand mouse clicks. I need something comfortable and extremely sturdy.

    Any how, I decided to see if I could use the Logitech MX Master for work and play. Too my surprise, I could easily make it work. I'm still fragging just as good as before.

    The main reason I love Logitech mice is because of the scroller options. I can game in standard mode and then do work in free flow scroller mode.

    While we are on this topic, does anyone know of any other companies who do what Logitech does with having a button to make the scroll wheel free flowing? Just trying to broaden my horizon.

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  8. micman

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    Holy Carp Batman.

    I RMA'd my first G900 because the scroll wheel was free flowing. Your post made me look and hark! A button!

    Guess how dumb Micman feels right now.
     
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    LOL....That's awesome.


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  10. Arpan Shah

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    I would recommend you to go with the one which is comfortable for you. Logitech wireless mouse are the best one so check any model you like and suits your budget.
     
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