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    Default Re: What Mouse to buy

    i would suggest you buy a razer pro solutions mouse and the pro pad to go along.

    been using razer products and really enjoyed the ergonomics. especially if your hand is going to be on the mouse for long hours.

    i use the pro solutions and think its much better than the krait i used to have, because my hands are slightly bigger.

    would suggest that you try some of the mouse before making a purchase.

    dont really know about logitech or microsoft, but then again, razer's the one for me

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    My diamondback is still with me ever since it was launched years back.
    Precise enough for most uses.

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    for me, MX518...
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    there's one pro solutions model that looks like a repackaged diamond back with pretty similar specs. im using a diamondback, this mouse is a little lighter than usual. ergonomics wise not bad as it fits my hand, the sensitivity-adjustment-on-the-fly gives a little more control when editing photos. didn find any use the other 4 extra programmable buttons. a good mouse should fit your hand

    i actually worn off the scroll wheel's hexagonal driving tip after like 2 years, went to glue that tip back into its interface with eproxy. wonder if anyone experienced this problem.

    i personally feel a wired mouse setup is always more stable than wireless. no need to worry about batteries, charging and a very real chance of a missing mouse when u forgot where u or the last user left it. wired/leashed mouse wont run off

    make sure u keep your mouse feet and mouse pad clean for best performance
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    Quote Originally Posted by dark72 View Post
    Razer
    My diamondback is still with me ever since it was launched years back.
    Precise enough for most uses.
    Same here. Pair it with a good mousepad though!

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    I'm another Razer supporter....

    using a V1.6
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    I game a bit so I got a Razer copperhead. I find the quick dedicated change resolution buttons are great when i do my dodging/burning in PS, sometimes u need to "slow" things down on the fly. Also they can be programmed and I usually put up some PS shortcuts on my side buttons.

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    thanks everyone for ur advice, i am in the process to buying a lap top, but found most of the recent lap top cum with vista home prenium version i wonder does it support PS CS2 as what i am currently using, can any bro share ur view.

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    Well, vista is able to support PS CS2.
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    Why not the Razer Deathadder? Pretty good ergonomics (and a good gaming mouse if you are into that kind of thing). Should be in the range of SGD80-90 nowadays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammiji View Post
    Well, vista is able to support PS CS2.
    thanks alot buddy

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    u're absolutely welcome!
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