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    Great mouse for Graphics Work

    I hope this is the right forum for this message.

    I recently bought a super sensitive mouse for gaming and I've decide that it is awesome for graphics too - It's extremely accurate and sensitive - and the sensitivity is programmable.

    It's a Razer Diamondback - check Razer's web page (razerzone.com) for more info. In my opinion, this mouse feels a lot smoother than my old MS Intellimouse.

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    Hmm...What exactly do you want done ?

    Thanks
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    I guess he doesn't want anything - just wanted to inform others about this mouse being good for designing...
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    I'm using a Samsung mouse that I bought from Phuket. It has a mind of itself sometimes, but it does its job well

    I've always thought about investing in one of those mouse's with the ball on the top, I wonder what they're like to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcr
    (...) I've always thought about investing in one of those mouse's with the ball on the top, I wonder what they're like to use.
    I have one and I like the idea very much. However the problem is that my mouse isn't too good with other features - it's Trust only.
    I'm afraid I'll have to give up the top ball and change it to other mouse like Logitech Laser MX or similar.
    The idea of top ball is really great, but the execution of it in my (Trust) mouse - not acceptable It will be hard to get rid of it however...
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    Ah yep. I don't think I would be able to get rid of my other mouse either. I'd probably have one mouse plugged into PS/2 and the other through USB to have the best of both worlds.

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    I have the MS Wireless Optical Mouse (black leather edition) and I must say that it's the best one I've had so far. Though I have never tried the brand you mentioned. I only know Logitech and Microsoft mice.
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    MS Wireless Optical Mouse - the one with tilted wheel? I've also consider this one. Horizontal movement of the ball (or tilt wheel) is what I appreciate - not only vertical wheel roll...
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    I don't think it has the abilities you are looking for Varelse.

    Here is a link to the one I have. I have the MS Elite Bluetooth Wireless desktop.



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    Yes, I had it in my hand and it was feeling really nice. The wheel looked somehow... hmm rough though. So I've put the decision on hold until there's more feedback on Logitech MXs.
    You'd recommend this MS one? Are You satisfied with horizontal tilt (no problems with it)?
    If so - I'd probably buy it quite soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by varelse
    Yes, I had it in my hand and it was feeling really nice. The wheel looked somehow... hmm rough though. So I've put the decision on hold until there's more feedback on Logitech MXs.
    You'd recommend this MS one? Are You satisfied with horizontal tilt (no problems with it)?
    If so - I'd probably buy it quite soon
    Varelse, I can recommend it to you, though I do not know whether it's better than the new Logitech products. The last Logitech Mouse I had was horrible. In fact, all three recent Logitech Mice I had were not so much my taste as I'm very sensitive about ergonomics and the Logitech architecture seems to not go well with my hand structure for some reason. The MS one I am using now is a lot better to work with. It's very smooth in your hands and also very exact, so I have nothing to complain. But, like I said, this is just based on what I have used.
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    Thank You - this is important opinion for me. MXs (Logitech) seemed a bit to high for me.
    Now I'll most likely go with MS's one. Thank You.
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    I have that MS mouse, and it is wonderful. The battery life is so much better now too.

    I would recommend againts dropping them on hard floors tho, mine now has an awful grind in the wheel in one spot


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