Decent wireless gaming mouse? 3 replies

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#1 5 months ago

Can anyone recommend one? Ideally around the £50 UK mark or less. Does not have to be super fancy or a big brand but ideally wireless and with a good high DPI.


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#2 5 months ago

I'm also on the low-key prowl for one. Doesn't necessarily have to be a "gaming" mouse, but it must definitely be better than this one. Blasted touch pad on my laptop is easier to use. And for reference, I generally can't use touch pads.

Edit: It is a 1000 DPI mouse. I didn't bother to check when I purchased, thinking that all decent mice these days are a reasonable resolution. I'm not sure what a reasonable resolution is, but probably 2x higher at least.




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#3 5 months ago

The logitech G603 is in some ways an incredible wireless mouse. I got one a few months ago and haven't had to change the batteries yet. The downside is there's a common fault with the scroll wheel. If there's a more recent version that uses the same tech, it might be worth checking out - just search the web for scroll wheel problems first for whatever version you end up looking at ¬_¬

Other than that though, that kinda glaring fault, I heartily recommend it.




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#4 3 months ago

I picked up the G603 recently and I really like it so far. It has adequate DPI, feels good, and has enough functions for average use. My only complaint is how Windows treats Bluetooth devices - I need to re-scan for Bluetooth devices on my laptop each time I reconnect the mouse. I heard it may be a Windows Bluetooth driver issue or a power saving feature issue so hopefully it'll get fixed in the future. If I can't find a fix there is always the USB wireless adapter and that's never given me issues.