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Best Mouse ?
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Poland SilentSmash 
Which mouse is the best of these mouses ? Logitech G Pro gaming mouse, Logitech G403,Razer deathadder elite, Zowie ec2a,Ss rival 700, DM1 Pro S Matte.
2017-06-19 21:07
The Zowie ec-series are the most used mice by pros by far: prosettings.net/cs-go-best-monitor-gear-..
2017-06-19 21:13
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Turkey lxSnoWxl 
ec2a
2017-06-19 21:21
Ropz
2017-06-19 21:24
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China cescy 
how about g303?
2017-06-19 21:25
logitech g900 if you cannot afford it the g403 is a lightly cheaper more normal looking version. Just be careful if you get a g900 don't use the default cable it is really stiff and heavy and since the mouse is so light the balance with the default cable is really off
2017-06-19 21:27
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Portugal Wazaq 
Mousesports
2017-06-19 21:27
zowie ec2-a logitech g400s
2017-06-19 21:28
Zowie ec2a and Ss rival 700 but if i had to pick between those 2, i would pick zowie
2017-06-19 21:30
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Australia Daysgonebye01 
Razer Chroma is sick. I have big hand so it really fits me
2017-06-19 21:33
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Germany MicroMM 
g403 never razer again
2017-06-19 21:41
yep razer feels really cheap
2017-06-23 18:38
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Denmark mikey4320 
Best for you is subjective, however I'll briefly comment on all of the mice Logitech G403: Great mouse, however the quality control is shit so you have a decent chance of getting a bad copy. It's not a huge mouse, but there's a big hump in the back which does make it feel much larger than it is Logitech G Pro: Aside from it being flat, it's very similar to the G403. It also tends to have lighter switches than the G403 Razer deathadder elite: Feels good, switches are light, and the shape is basically the same as old deathadders (if you have a preference for that shape). The scroll wheel is very textured, which is interesting. However, razer is known for having the rubber sides peel off (didn't use my copy long enough to tell if this will inevitably happen, but I'm sure it will) Zowie ec2a: Bad mouse objectively, but it has a safe shape which is very important Ss rival 700: Honestly, this mouse is great. Clicks are tactile and fairly light, but not light enough to produce accidental clicks (which happened to me with the G403, Gpro, and DA Elite). Side buttons are great, braided cable isn't bad (obviously a rubber would've been ideal), and scroll wheel is fine. It's a bit smaller than the rival 300 but keeps the same shape. The only complaint I could see people having is the weight; it weighs a lot, however it doesn't feel anywhere close to that weight. Can't comment on whether or not the sides will wear down, but I doubt it DM1 Pro S: Clicks are very tactile and they're halfway between light and stiff. Everything feels fine, however there's very often issues (for example mine had an insane amount of lens rattle, and a lot of people complain about problems eventually occurring with M1). Also, the braided cable on this mouse sucks EDIT: -If you have really small hands, the Roccat Kone Pure Owl Eye is probably your best option -If you're thinking about buying the DM1 Pro S, I'd recommend the Nixeus Revel. It's extremely similar, but it has a rubber cable and it just feels like it's higher quality than the DM1
2017-06-23 19:03
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