razer naga, u can bind your aim key on 12 buttons, sick right?
I used the same one and switched to a Steelseries Sensei. Was a good choice and the shape is the same. I'd recommend going to one of the Steelseries Sensei Raw's
hahaha silver detected by having switch weapons on scrollwheel
Finalmouse or Logitech G303
I used the DA it was shit, tried SS Rival and it was uncomfortable. Just picked up the Logitech G502, best mouse ever.
It depends on your grip. Palm, fingertip, claw?
I quite like the Zowie EC2-A
zowie ec is ideal for any kind of grip user
get a zowie mouse, the drivers are pre-installed on their mice and you dont need a software to change dpi or polling rate
SteelSeries Sensei Raw
It was the mouse that Stewie2k used so it must be so amazing!!!
Kappa, get one of the new BenQ Zowies that look the most comfortable for you
I've only seen good reviews about zowie, I've had a logitech g400 for like 6 years now and no problems, its a good mouse but I'm pretty sure they are rare now (not made by logitech anymore)
I've used the DA for a while, but I don't really like it anymore. Then I tried my superold razer taipan. I can't describe how good it feels with claw/fingertip grip.
I will dicide whether i buy a Logitech or a zowie
Zowie za12 is the closest u can get
i recomend a cmstorm mizar (has a driver)
but if you dont want a mouse with a driver go for cmstorm alcor
id go with mizar tbh, is very good shaped! and has the universal mouseskates
Best and its the same that 1.1
if you loved your intelli
you should give the ZOWIE-FK-SERIES a try. (almost the same shape)
FK1 = for medium-bigger hands
FK2 = small-medium sized hands
LAst mouse I've used was SS Sensei RAW.
Pretty good mouse, a bith higher lift distance, and only bad side is that it's ambidextrous, which means designed for both left and right handed people.
Which will give u cramps after prolonged periods of gaming.
I've used it for 3 years.
Now I've got G502 Logitech.
And besides of having bonus buttons for binding, for multiple games and even for cs:go.
Best things about this mouse:
Weight management (u've weights to make mouse heavier if needed)
Lift off distance is that short, its pretty much perfect.
Sensor is the best ive used this far.
Clicks are really good, and give u nice feel when 1 tap-ing etc. (won't happen to do double click by mistake).
About drivers, it has drivers, but once u set up everything, u can store it on mouse's memory, so it will be as a profile on mouse, wherever u bring it.
Only bad side of it, is that one bonus button is on left side of mouse, and is kinda exactly where my thumb should be, but even with it where it is, im able to have really good grip of any sort. (claw, full palm etc).
** Have in mind, G502 is designed for RIGHT HANDED only!
Steelseries Kana will be perfect for you, trust me I had 1.1 before ;)
Zowie doesn't use drivers, you change all settings on the mouse itself. I had Logitech MX518 before and not having/needing drivers is really awesome, every mouse should be like that. FK is for left- and right handed people and the FK1 is slightly bigger than the FK2, but FK1 is still quite small if you ask me.
Also don't know if it matters but most new mouses are unstable on 1000Hz but I don't have that problem at all with my FK1.
Just don't buy Razer, you are only paying for the brand and their stuff is of less quality than all others.