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Logitech Optical Gaming Mouse G400 with High-Precision 3600 DPI Optical Engine


With a 3600 dpi optical engine and in-game sensitivity switching, the Logitech Gaming Mouse G400 gives you rock-solid performance for when your sights are set on victory. If you’ve been using Logitech MX518 Gaming-Grade Optical Mouse, you should definitely get the next generation Gaming Mouse G400.

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Need new gaming mouse.(r/buildapc)

My most recent gaming mice are the Logitech G400, which has the advantages of solid construction and a nice heft:



And the Razer Deathadder, which I’m almost positive is the 2013 edition:



In general Razer and Logitech both make a solid mouse, and since it sounds like you’re already a happy Razer customer, I wouldn’t hesitate much to go with the DA 2013. If you did hesitate, I’ve been salivating just a little over Zowie mice:


I haven’t actually gamed with one and can’t personally comment on their performance, but you should at least take a look. They’re apparently designed with Counter-Strike and Starcraft especially in mind, if those games are your thing.

Edit: Forgot to mention the G500, which can be generally thought of as a single step upgrade from the G400 in quality and price:


If you’re looking at the 400, make sure to consider the 500 as well.

As a former Naga user, the extra macro keys on the G600 might interest you:


edit2: This is all assuming you want to move on fron the Razer Naga. They still sell it; in fact, they sell multiple versions. If it made you happy, there’s nothing stopping you from just buying another one.

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