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Old 07-13-2006, 03:41 PM
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I hate Logitech. Every mouse I've used made by them were terrible or broken. I keep hearing how they're they best. If someone can name good brands or models that aren't too expensive, that'd be great. >_>

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Anyway, what mouse or mouse brands do you use and such?
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Old 07-13-2006, 05:11 PM
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I'm using a ViewSonic Wireless Keyboard/Mouse combo with a recharge cradle and havent had any problems.
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I am using a Logitech MX1000 and a Microsoft Multimedia Keyboard. I have had no problems with either.

If you want a non logitech brand, Microsoft is a good sturdy brand. They may not have the best features and they may not be the cheapest, but they are good, solid and last a long time.
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Heh i use a logitech g5 (although im using my logitech mx1000 right nowbecause im a retard and broke my g5) and a logitech g15 gaming keyboard I <3 logitech
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I have used one by them before and I liked it but on my computer I have a MicroSoft optical mouse that works very well.
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Whatever you get, make sure you get one with a recharge dock. Changing batteries is a bitch.
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I have one from my old computer it is a Dell Optical mouse that came with my last computer I really got attached to it so I use it wiht my new computer.
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Thank you Bryce, I'll never return to Lamegitech again. I bought a MS mouse and it seems to be nice...
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Using a no-name, mechanical, scroll-wheeled mouse. PS/2 as well. Not the cleanest mouse after a month of use, but it works.
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Mine is just the standard Hp mouse that comes with your computer. It has worked for me this far so I really do not need to worry about getting a new one because this one works fine.
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