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I have some problems with my mouse 4tech OP-620. Namely i changed my old mousepad lately on Steelseries S&S Pro Gaming and on this mousepad my current mouse is stuttering sometimes. I'm not good in things like this but i think that this mouse can be incompatibility with this mousepad. With glides everything is ok and I cleaned mouse off so it isn't mouse fault. In any case this mouse is quite old so little change will be desirable. I wanted to ask u guys which mouse is the best for osu in urs opinnion and will be compatibility with my mousepad? ;)
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There really isn't a "best" mouse. Gaming mice are pretty good because they are pretty accurate and easily customization for dpi. But you don't need to go spending crazy money for a mouse. If you have another mouse pad in your house you can try, maybe do that because you think it is a problem with your mouse being able to read the surface.
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Heres a decent guide on buying some cheap gaming mice: https://levelskip.com/consoles/Budget-Gaming-Mouse

Look for a mouse with a quality sensor, good weight and comfortable shape.

I have the Deathadder 2013 but I recommend the Logitech G400s cause they have great sensors and are durable and cheap.
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I would definitely recommend the Logitech G pro if you have a small hand. The shape is ideal for claw or fingertip grip and the sensor is one of the best in the market together with the 3360 sensor.
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Sandy Hoey wrote:
If you have another mouse pad in your house you can try, maybe do that because you think it is a problem with your mouse being able to read the surface.


My mouse don't get on with all of my mousepad. On every of them it is stuttering a tad but with this one its really unplayable. What's funny for me, I used one time a simple piece of cardboard instead of mousepad and it works very good. But sadly it wasn't too comfortable so..
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I second the logitech G pro. It is same shape as your current mouse you are using only slightly sleeker http://gaming.logitech.com/en-us/produc ... ming-mouse I personally would've gone for this one but they weren't around last year so oh well.
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What about Zowie FK1?
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KukiMonster wrote:
I second the logitech G pro. It is same shape as your current mouse you are using only slightly sleeker http://gaming.logitech.com/en-us/produc ... ming-mouse I personally would've gone for this one but they weren't around last year so oh well.

I bought the DM1 Pro S Optical Gaming Mouse the day before I found out about the Logitech G Pro :/ If I'd known about the Logitech G pro before i bought the DM1 Pro S, I would have gotten the G Pro instead, but I can't complain too much as the DM1 Pro S is also very nice. It's just a slightly bit bigger than what I wanted though. https://youtu.be/EBsgPfigGgM
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I think that G Pro will be in my taste but i wanted too know what u guys thinking about sensei raw rubberized? I was wondering earlier about buying this one but G Pro seems a very good too so i have dilemma now.
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I think that G Pro will be in my taste but i wanted too know what u guys thinking about sensei raw rubberized? I was wondering earlier about buying this one but G Pro seems a very good too so i have dilemma now.

I wouldn't suggest going for the Sensei raw as the sensor is outdated and there are better choices out at the moment. Both the DM1 pro (with 3310 sensor or the DM1 pro S with the 3360 sensor which is a bit better. I can vouch for this mouse as I recently bought it as well) or the Cougar 450M have the exact same shape (basically copied the shell of the sensei raw), but they both have better sensor, the only downside to the DM1 pro (S) being that it doesn't have any software to change what the buttons do or the dpi steps.
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I own g502 and its kinda heavy mouse :P not much for osu more like for MMO/MOBA but its sensor is great, scroll wheel sucks, middle click button breaks and teflon feet design of logitech mouses are the worst on the market imho, at least the new g502 batches ships with replacement feets lol.

Zowie looks fine to me but they don't have adjustable dpi by 100's they have only 4 dpi stages which is enough for some tho. Sensor is very good on them and feets also look good to me ( not angular and they don't peel off like on logitech new angular style).
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-->https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGJaDZC7PChgd-XMwcbZkiw<--

This guy is a master at reviewing mice. Check some of his videos out if you want a bit of detail on how different mice feel and so on.
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