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Old 20th April 2007, 11:43   #1
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here are so many factors to get right – form, number of buttons and the resistance they give, extra features and availability to left handed users, all of these play a part. That’s even neglecting the whole wired/wireless debate that still divides this office into two viciously opposed parties who regularly come to blows.

Let’s face it, the mouse you use will affect everything from Minesweeper to Prey, so you may as well get it right. Thankfully, we’re here to showcase some of the newest mice on the shelves so that you can be sure to steer clear of this dangerous mousetrap

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Old 20th April 2007, 11:54   #2
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how surprising, the Deathadder annihialted the competitors from a company that doesn't know mice at all
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Old 20th April 2007, 18:12   #3
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If only I could find a Death Adder in stock now.
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If only I could find a Death Adder in stock now.
a retailer here has 50 in stock, but the price lets me hand on to my Diamondback Plasma
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...isn't cheap but the reviews tend to say it's worth it. Nice-looking too. Can't find a high-end gaming mouse much cheaper anyway and I'm still using an Intellimouse Optical 3.0 (borrowed from work...*cough*)
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...isn't cheap but the reviews tend to say it's worth it. Nice-looking too. Can't find a high-end gaming mouse much cheaper anyway and I'm still using an Intellimouse Optical 3.0 (borrowed from work...*cough*)
well, it's not worth to upgrade to from a Diamonback class mouse
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Old 20th April 2007, 23:07   #7
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Can't argue with that. Cheers.
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