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2-18-2011 @ 7:14AM
I could never, ever use a wireless mouse for gaming.Not only is the fact of batteries dying in the middle of playing unappealing (it does happen, and sometimes without warning) but the latency introduced from being wireless, can't deal with that.You might not notice the latency if you use wireless mice all the time, but it's there. No "serious" gamers, i.e. think the people who game in tournaments, and make money off them, will use a wireless mouse.
2-18-2011 @ 12:13AM
If WoW were an FPS, you might have a point, but I play with anywhere between 300-500 ms (in Australia) and the extra millisecond of lag means nothing. It's also much less laggy than any other wireless mouse I've ever used.
2-18-2011 @ 12:57AM
Doesn't have to be an FPS. That delay at all is annoying. Some people are more sensitive to it than others. It's like one person is fine at 30 FPS, while another is annoyed at anything less than 60 FPS.Plus, mice sometimes get wonky when the battery is going out. I have seen mice flat-out die when the batteries should have still been good. Also seen mice spaz out when the battery is low.
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