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Old 30-06-2020, 04:04 PM   #1
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recommend wireless gaming mouse

a logitech g700s user for the last 6 years, but got into the double click issues for my right button
ironically, it was initially on the left button, but it self healed

tried self fixing and changing the micro switch, but damaged the board, causing my side buttons to be not working now
have to find a multimeter to see if i can find a workaround, but meanwhile have to plan for the worst

i was hoping to find to find something similar to what i have
- aa battery with the option to recharge via cable, but this feature seems to have died
- 2-4 side buttons

g502 lightspeed seems to be one of the "best" wireless mouse out there, and pricing at around S$180 online

razer basilisk ultimate is nice with a fanciful dock, but pricing on shopee is slightly above S$200. also worry about their deteriorating sticky surface they used to have after a months of usage

g603 lightspeed pricing at around S$90, 1 or 2 aa batteries, no charge and use option

razer basilisk x hyperspeed around S$70, aa battery, no charge and use option

any other recommendations?
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Old 30-06-2020, 11:04 PM   #2
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where do you buy the razer basilisk x hyperspeed for S$70?
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Old 30-06-2020, 11:16 PM   #3
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Old 30-06-2020, 11:21 PM   #4
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where do you buy the razer basilisk x hyperspeed for S$70?
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logitech g pro wireless goes for double digit on lazada during their huge sales sometimes.

otherwise 603 is your best option.
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I gave up on Logitech long ago.

Had 3 gaming mouse both wireless and wired. All of them had the irritating double click problems. Its a nightmare when you need to hold long press the button.

On Roccat now and a happy user.

Just sharing my bad experiences with Logitech
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will look out for it. thank you
logitech g pro wireless goes for double digit on lazada during their huge sales sometimes.

otherwise 603 is your best option.
thanks for sharing
but... i dont like the design of roccat
that's why now i actually also researching how to repair the mouse after 2 years warranty is over

I gave up on Logitech long ago.

Had 3 gaming mouse both wireless and wired. All of them had the irritating double click problems. Its a nightmare when you need to hold long press the button.

On Roccat now and a happy user.

Just sharing my bad experiences with Logitech
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will look out for it. thank you


thanks for sharing
but... i dont like the design of roccat
that's why now i actually also researching how to repair the mouse after 2 years warranty is over
If you can solder, replacing mouse switches to aftermarket switches is easy. Hardest part is probably re-assembling the mouse.
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If you can solder, replacing mouse switches to aftermarket switches is easy. Hardest part is probably re-assembling the mouse.
hardest part for me was removing the existing solder... damaged my board in between
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Old 01-07-2020, 08:01 PM   #12
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That your g700s lasted for 6 years tells me you got your money back and more. I've been a happy logitech user for many years also. Had the g700s, upgraded to the g703 and it's wonderful. Wireless is awesome. Battery life is phenomenal.

I would stay away from razer, build quality is way below logitech imo. Had so many razer mice that died after a year.
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all my razer mice lasted more than 3 years. i'm on my 4th razer mice and only 1 died on me so far.

i guess ymmv
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a logitech g700s user for the last 6 years, but got into the double click issues for my right button
ironically, it was initially on the left button, but it self healed

tried self fixing and changing the micro switch, but damaged the board, causing my side buttons to be not working now
have to find a multimeter to see if i can find a workaround, but meanwhile have to plan for the worst

i was hoping to find to find something similar to what i have
- aa battery with the option to recharge via cable, but this feature seems to have died
- 2-4 side buttons

g502 lightspeed seems to be one of the "best" wireless mouse out there, and pricing at around S$180 online

razer basilisk ultimate is nice with a fanciful dock, but pricing on shopee is slightly above S$200. also worry about their deteriorating sticky surface they used to have after a months of usage

g603 lightspeed pricing at around S$90, 1 or 2 aa batteries, no charge and use option

razer basilisk x hyperspeed around S$70, aa battery, no charge and use option

any other recommendations?
Corsair mice? The wireless version of the Ironclaw is supposed to be really popular... But I haven't used corsair before. I'm more of a logitech user myself...
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Old 02-07-2020, 09:38 AM   #15
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This one looks good. Quite cheap also.




https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32965087745.html


About SGD$16.30.
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