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Buying a New Mouse - A Guide
There are many kinds of mouse you can find in the market nowadays, which are varying in price and function. You may wonder which one you should buy, which one would suit to your need.
Here is some information to help you get more understanding what are you going to pay for. I hope that it can help you find the best one that you are looking for.
First of all, you should take a look at the back of your computer case and find the port. Normal PC should have a PS/2 port which has a shape like the picture shown below.
The green one is PS/2 port for mouse
But for laptops, most them don't have this connector. They use the USB port instead. The USB port has a shape like the picture shown below.
The USB port and connector
Nowadays, the used of USB port is keep increasing rapidly. Sometimes you may find that it hard to find a PS/2 version of the mouse that you want to buy. However, there's a PS/2-USB adaptor available in the market.
Wheel, Optical or Laser?? You may wonder what is different between these kinds of mouse. For wheel mouse is kind of outdated in present. It's quite hard to find one in the market nowadays so I wouldn't mention it and I won't recommend you to buy it. The different between Optical mouse and Laser mouse is that the Optical mouse uses an infrared to track the movement of patterns on the surface. It need a mouse pad to work well. For laser mouse, it uses an invisible light instead. It can be used on surfaces with less defined texture such as metal or dark woodgrain desktops without mouse pad needed. For example, try using an optical mouse on a piece of high gloss photo paper and it'll probably not move while a laser mouse is still able to see surface detail. But the price of laser mouse is, of course, higher than the optical one.
Corded or Cordless?? I've made a post of this question already. Please take a look.
Here is the link ... Corded VS Cordless Mouse
Next, you should decide that which kind of job that you want your new mouse doing for you.
For basic users - I'll recommend that you should buy any mouse that has a reasonable price, acceptable durability in a color and style that you like. But you should concern about the size as well, choose the mouse that has a suitable size with your hand.
For internet users - I'd recommend you to buy a mouse that has a scroll wheel button. It's a must !!
For advanced users - You'd know quite much about these mice. The thing I'd recommend is find a mouse that have many buttons which you can bind it to perform specific task, it' ll save you a lot of time. Just find one that suit to your working style.
For gamers - There are many mice that design for gamers available in the market. I' ll make a post of these mice in details later. The link will be placed here soon.
For advanced users and gamers. The things you should know before select the mouse is:
DPI or Dots Per Inch - The DPI is the amount of Dots per inch the optical sensor can read. The Higher DPI means more sensitive the mouse can be. High and adjustable DPI mouse is suits for gamers, especially Action or FPS(First Person Shooting) gamers.
A good gaming example would be in a first person shooter when many gun types are used. When roaming free you will want a high DPI on your mouse so that a quick movement can be performed with ease. However when sniping a lower DPI will help with a much slower movement giving greater accuracy in this instance. If you do a lot of gaming or have reason to believe that changing the DPI will be beneficial to you then a mouse with on-the-fly DPI changing will be a great use.
Choose brand, color, and style.
I'll make a post of mouse brands analysis in details later. The link will be placed here soon.
Make a decision and buy one !!
Hope this post will help you, and enjoy with your new mouse
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Logitech seem to have released a new mouse, the G600 MMO. Though the Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse is geared towards massively multiplayer online (MMO) gaming it also caters for general gaming too.
Although at a first glance it is not that dis-similar to the legendary Razer Naga but this bad boy packs an awesome 200-8200 dpi tracking, the mouse should have no trouble keeping up with your gaming exploits be it MMO or single player.
Gamers can now get their hands on a new gaming mouse that enables multiple bone-crunching and death-defying combos thanks to its 20 built-in buttons. With 20 buttons, the Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse is the most customizable and easy to use mouse specifically designed for mastering your favorite games. Whether you're out to burn down the boss or are in the heat of a PVP battle, this mouse gives you new power to execute every action with lightening-fast accuracy.
Twelve of the Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse's buttons are located where your thumb sits for easy access, grouped together in two lots of six. A G-Shift function means each button can be doubled up for a second response for additional combinations. From what I can see these buttons seem to be more textured than the Nagas. Each button can also be preset and saved with a specific command, while the thumb pad has up to 16 million possible colour combinations, giving it an illuminating effect.
The top of the mouse has a very nice grip so your fingers won't slide/misclick. I really like the choice of colors for the 12 thumb keys, which you can change to suit your mood.
The software doesn't come supplied but is downloadable from the website.
20 MMO-tuned buttons: Includes unique 12-button thumb panel designed for quick, no-look navigation
G-shift ring-finger button: Instantly double the number of actions you can perform with every button
Built for comfort: Sculpted shape and tuned buttons reduce click fatigue during marathon multiplayer sessions
Total personalization: Set it up your way with customizable thumb panel lighting colors, DPI levels or button assignments
Made for PC gaming: Compatible with Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8
Resolution: 50 - 8200 dots per inch (dpi)
Image processing: 11.25 megapixels/second
Max. acceleration: 25G1
Max. speed: up to 160 inches (4.06 meters)/second1
USB data format: 16 bits/axis
USB report rate: Up to 1000 reports/second
Sleep mode: disabled
Dynamic coefficient of friction:.09 µ (k)2
Static coefficient of friction:.14 µ (s) 2
Total weight: 133 grams
Cord: 15 grams
Buttons (Left / Right / Third): 20 million clicks
Feet: 250 kilometers
Weight: 133 grams (without cable)
Dimensions: 118mm x 75mm x 41mm
Cable length: 6.5 feet (2 meters)
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