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    Best Mouse to buy at a resonable price?

    My ol' DELL brand optical mouse really is getting on my nerves. Its great for browsing and stuff but for designing graphics or something that needs a steady hand, NOPE. Its terrible.
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    SitePoint Enthusiast Rev's Avatar
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    Huh?Never having trouble with buying mouse, but beware ot big and aggresive mouses(aka rats:P)

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    I bought a 9 dollar k-mart optical mouse and it gets the job done

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    Compulsive Clubber icky_bu's Avatar
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    Logitech MX700. Its amazingly fast and smooth, ergonomic and not too expensive. There are newer models but I think this is a good buy considering price/quality ratio.


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    Get a Microsoft Optical Intellimouse.
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    Mazel tov! bronze trophy kohoutek's Avatar
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    I have one of the newer logitech cordless desktop mice, but I cannot recommend it, and the newest Wireless Microsoft IntelliMouse (it's black with leather). It is my favourite out of plenty of mice I've tried.

    Edit. It's not a cheap model. Sorry, misread your requirements.
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    I second the MX 700. Great mouse and has lots of buttons you can map to keys or macros. Great for gaming as well. I bought mine almost a year ago and it was only like $30 then.
    Shane M

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    3rd vote for MX700

    I'm also casting my vote for the MX700! I had the mouse/keyboard combo for over a year and loved it. I just upgraded to the latest model, which is the LX-700



    You can get the MX 700 combo online now for about 50 bucks! heres the link:

    http://www.pricegrabber.com/search_g...823115/blsrt=1

    Its refurbished... but thats a tough keyboard and mouse very durable! good luck

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    lalalalalalalalalalalalal alala cybertrash's Avatar
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    u should always get a ball less mouse but with a cord. batteries are annoying.


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