Gaming mouse recommendation please.

  Mr Mistoffelees 28 May 13

I'm am thinking about replacing my wireless mouse with a wired gaming mouse but, there is such a huge choice I wondered if anyone could recommend a mouse, based on experience of using one please.

It needs to be a large mouse to suit my big hands. No plethora of buttons under my thumb and I'm right-handed. Easy dpi switching would be nice but, non-essential.

  Chronos the 2nd 29 May 13

I am a great fan of Logitech kit as it is quality and they have fantastic customer service. I got in touch with them when I had an intermittent problem with my G400, they sent a prepaid label and then replaced the mouse.

Back to your question.

As I am not a great lover of loads of buttons I currently have a Logitech M518 which is my favourite, then the updated version the G400 and lastly a Mionix Saiph 3200. All these are comfortable to use for long periods. Which is important as I have bought mice that I knew within a few minutes that I would not be keeping them.

  Mr Mistoffelees 29 May 13

Thanks Chronos, I have never heard of Mionix mice but, they seem to be liked by people who have bought them and reviews suggest they are better quality than Razer. I had been considering a Razer Deathadder 2013. Need to spend some time thinking carefully now.

  Mr Mistoffelees 31 May 13

Have put a lot of thought into this and have finally decided to buy a FUNC MS-3, partly because reviews say it is good for users with big hands and a good gaming mouse.

  Chronos the 2nd 01 Jun 13

Not heard of that one, shall ask the guys about it on another forum I use.

  Mr Mistoffelees 07 Jun 13

Got the Func MS3 today. First impressions are good, it looks and feels like a quality product and fits my hand well. Going to take a little time to set it up exactly right, with the multitude of options and adjustments, though.


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