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12-05-2011 @ 1:48PM
Don't forget the Logitech G700 MMO Mouse: http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Wireless-Gaming-Mouse-G700/dp/B003VAM32E- 13 programmable buttons help you perform intricate macros with a single click*- Natural curves that fit your hand and smooth-gliding feet give you epic comfort and control- Full-speed wireless (1,000 reports per second) combines gaming-grade responsiveness with wireless freedom- A USB recharging/data cable makes sure you never run out of power in the heat of battle- Crafted for gaming with high-precision laser tracking and onboard memory for storing up to five game profiles(THE FOLLOWING IS ENTIRELY MY OPINION)The G700 is also an MMO mouse, and one that I like a great deal more than the finicky, fragile Razer Naga.It has the legendary Logitech toughness, as well as several quality-of-life features that make it equal to or better than the more expensive Razer and Steelseries offerings.I tend to be a little rough on my mice (CLICK HARDER TO TANK BETTER), and Logitech mice haven't let me down in the fifteen years I've been using them.I definitely recommend it as an alternative to the other brand-name (and better known) MMO mice.
12-06-2011 @ 1:22PM
Tried to get that one instead, but it doesn't work on a Mac. :(
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