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Old 12-28-2006, 04:52 PM   #71
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Here's my new mouse
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Old 12-28-2006, 05:08 PM   #73
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Creative Fatal1ty 1010 mouse. Crappy, stupid, but I got it for free so whatever.
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Old 12-30-2006, 01:39 AM   #74
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My new wireless G7






Damn, excuse the dust!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Nice, I like the cartridge batteries.
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Old 12-30-2006, 02:03 AM   #76
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ooh those G7's are nice!!!! I really wanted one but decided to go with the MX610 because it was about 30 bucks cheaper. Those G7's are sweet though! nice mouse
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I just went with a Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000. I love it...so comfortable...
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Yeah and the best part is it comes with two Li-ion batteries. One is always in the charger while the other is in use. I just swap them out whenever one goes low. So far, I haven't replaced them yet. The on-the-fly DPI switch is really cool. I'm playing Medal of Honor and Quake 4 and with those controls, it helps a lot when you have enemies coming on all sides. Fast action. The next thing I want to get wireless might be the Logitech RUmblepad 2. Since I already have one that's wired, I don't know about wasting money. It does a great job already. The only reason why I replaced my optical mouse is because it doesn't work well with my table. The surface is a bit bumpy with tiny little holes which the optical mouse has a hard time interfacing with it. With the G7, no problem at all.

The keyboard I had was a gift, so yay there. I also have that Microsoft wireless laser mouse 6000:

It's for my laptop...


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Yeah, I noticed that when I was researching for a new mouse. It's pretty cool, but I've never been completely comfortable with Logitech mice, at least not as comfy as Microsoft mice.
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I went to Best Buy like a week ago when they had the Logitech VX wireless laser mouse for notebooks on sale. I used the demo there in-store and it was sooo comfortable. I really like it, but I had that Microsoft one already. The Logitech version actually has more features including a complete "Back" and "Forward" button and battery indicator. The Microsoft mouse is fine because when I run low on battery, software tells me anyways.

Logitech VX Revolution 931690-0403 Black 7 Buttons Tilt Wheel USB RF Wireless Laser Mouse for Notebooks - Retail
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