Looking for a new mouse

  Burma 14:26 16 Dec 03
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I play alot of FPS games and am looking for a new
mouse, reason being the last one only survived 11 months.

I want optical, * non wireless * with side buttons.

Does anyone have any suggestions - must be accurate and responsive ??

Thanks

  Curio 14:37 16 Dec 03

Microsoft Intellimouse comes in several flavours - and prices!

  leo49 14:40 16 Dec 03

MS Intellimouse Explorer is hard to beat. Save a bundle buying the OEM version and download the driver from Microsoft.[I bought another recently on special offer for £19 and PCWorld online want £39.99 for the retail box!]

  Big Elf 14:41 16 Dec 03

I'm a big fan of the MS Wheel Mouse Optical. Very comfortable to use and the button clicks and wheel have a very nice feel to them. I think it was about £20.

  Dazwm 16:25 16 Dec 03

Try click here==

  chriscars1 16:41 16 Dec 03

click here
I use this and have sold a lot of these to my customers and never had a complaint yet. Highly recomended

  Aspman 16:43 16 Dec 03

I got a nice optical wireless rechargable mouse from Ebay. It was a new European import which needed an 'electric razor' adaptor but the chap I bought it from included that and a set of rechargable batteries. I paid £15 + postage but I know others have paid less. Might be worth a look.

It is silver and has its own docking station. I would guess you get about 10 hours of use from it before it needs recharged again. About once a month for me.

  Aspman 16:44 16 Dec 03

Doh, just read you want NON-wireless.

Logitech MX700 , doubt you'll find anything better

the mx 700 isnt wireless its bluetooth , and why would you want a cable holding you back

  vinnyT 12:30 17 Dec 03

"and why would you want a cable holding you back"

Because there can be some lagtime with wireless mice, and if your're playing an online fps that gets you shot, though have to say they are a lot better these days.

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