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2-17-2011 @ 8:52PM
Hey, I looked up the G700 after reading your comment and it looks pretty nice. I want to use one mouse for everything but with the styling on the Steelseries I'd feel ridiculous using it at a business meeting, and the Naga looks like it'd hurt my thumb over the long run. Also, I've been using a Logitech G5 for years and wouldn't want to go back to a mouse with a mouse wheel that doesn't go left and right.One question, if you don't mind: when scrolling the scroll wheel (forward and backward) on my ancient Logitech G5, it theoretically clicks from position to position rather than sliding smoothly, which I like the idea of because it should let me use forward-scroll and backward-scroll as two additional pseudo-buttons . . . however the detection is shoddy, and it sometimes picks up a scroll when I didn't mean to or misses a scroll that I did intend, so I eventually gave up on using forward-scroll and backward-scroll as buttons. How's the G700 in that regard?
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