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Even though any simple computer mouse including those old shitty trackball mice will technically do the job, getting yourself a serious mouse might be one of the smartest things you can do for yourself. Aside from reducing frustration and muscle strain, a good mouse can increase your precision and productivity, which has the potential to increase your bottom line.
These mice are built for razer sharp precision, and hours of extended play-time. First, I should explain why the winner is actually two mice. The difference is that the Mamba is a wireless mouse, with an included USB cable, making it both wireless and wired.
Other than that the Imperator and Mamba are pretty similar. However, the Imperator is wired, cheaper and, frankly, a better mouse. Razer is a company that makes high-end gaming accessories. Mice, Keyboards, audio and much much more.
If you want to be a hardcore gamer, this is really the only name you need to know. Being able to change your pointer speed via the DPI rather than the standard windows slider allows you to fine-tune your mouse to the point of being deadly accurate. Also included in high-end mice is the ability to modulate the pointer acceleration. To top it off the Imperator includes two buttons on the left side for your thumb. All buttons on this mouse are fully customizable including macros.
This means you can use the mouse software or table ninja to bind the side buttons to specific bet amounts. I like to have a one-click pot bet, and a one click fold. All in all I have no complaints with this mouse, other than its high price. Until getting my hands on the Imperator, Logitech was my go-to company for keyboards and mice.
The mouse looks hardcore, and is extremely comfortable during extended use. This wireless mouse also works on glass surfaces The mouse has a non-rubber coating which is grippy enough to stay in your hand comfortably even after long sessions.
Just like the Imperator the mouse has onboard memory for saving your settings, and is fully customizeable. Logitech is the king of trying to make things far too easy, making them more difficult for anyone wanting to do anything advanced.
Unique to Logitech as far as I know is the ability to customize the actual weight of the mouse. The mouse comes with weights which can be added into a special compartment near the heel to add up to 27grams of heft. You have no idea how great this feature is until you use it.
I like my mice to be slightly heavier than many people, this lets you fine tune it. I wanted to have a scaled down, simple, basic mouse on my list as well.
The Diamondback 3G is almost a standard two-button, scroll-wheel optical mouse. The mouse itself has two buttons on each side, for a total of 7 customizeable buttons. This is somewhat misleading, since the two side buttons on your pinky side are almost impossible to be hit with any precision.
The mouse feels great in your hand and looks deadly with its dramatic lighting it comes in red, green and blue. This is a very simple, straightforward mouse with most of the perks of its bigger brothers, including on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment. You just need to sacrifice the unreal laser tracking for infrared. They tried to make up for this lack of feel and looks with a host of features like adjustable weight, adjustable LED colors, and even an interchangeable grip, which you can customize with pictures of anything you want, like your family, dog, or boobs.
If you want a Logitech, get the G, end of discussion. The only good thing about it is the location of the side buttons. The PokerMouse P2 frees you from your desk or table, you can walk around while you play, operating your computer from up to 8 meters away, with NO WIRES, and be free to play as many screens as you like.
On the other hand a good friend of mine, who used to do nothing but play video games to the point of being sponsored by Razer, and holding something like 30 WOW accounts Other than the trackman wheel, she still calls the Naga her favorite mouse.
If you think you need that many buttons, definitely give it a shot. Have you ever put your hands on a "Razer Naga"?? If you do want a wireless trackball style mouse, you should be looking at the logitech Trackman Wheel.
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