What brand of mouse are you using?

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What brand of mouse are you using?

  1. Apple

    35.9%
  2. A4Tech

    13.1%
  3. Cyborg

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. Kensington

    0.4%
  5. Targus

    1.2%
  6. Logitech

    36.7%
  7. Microsoft

    6.2%
  8. Razer

    12.4%
  9. Roccat

    0.4%
  10. Others

    10.4%
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  1. mokmoki

    mokmoki PhilMUG Addict Member

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    not really a razer fan myself - my mech keyboards are FILCOs and my main Mouse is a Cyborg R.A.T.9.

    but there are very limited choices among bluetooth mouses, and i prefer the Orochi over an Apple Magic Mouse as i game a lot, haha.
     
  2. pael

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    ^ been using a Das Keyboard. Loving it. As for the mouse, I am still out of luck in finding the perfect fit/ergonomics.
     
  3. Salaryman Ryan

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    So it seems that the consensus here is Razer is not that durable. What a pity, I really love the feel of their products.
     
  4. bmsantillan

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    Still using my 4-5 years old WMM :)
     
  5. mokmoki

    mokmoki PhilMUG Addict Member

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    for mouse ergonomics, try the Cyborg R.A.T.7 mouse, it's fully adjustable to fit your grip.
     
  6. vaughnedward

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    Dragunov brand :D
     
  7. mcometa

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    Gaming - Razer Death Adder sakto sa claw grip ko, sakto yung mouse sa palad ko.

    Working - Magic Mouse, I sacrificed ergonomics for compatibility, I need something that could work seamlessly with my MBP, other mice just seem to feel to not feel right.
     
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    ronnel0918 PhilMUG Addict Member

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    Drooling for this gaming mouse. :D

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    Tron lang ang peg. :p
     
  9. Salaryman Ryan

    Salaryman Ryan PhilMUG Addict Member

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    Just want to report that if you want a frugal but good wireless mouse, I have quite a good experience with the Logitech m185 which I bought for only Php 650. The only downside is it needs a USB dongle to work. Bought a dozen last year to give as xmas gifts to friends and some for my employees. They all loved the mice, it has been over a year now and according to them, the batteries of all of their mice are still working. So it has exceeded its promise of 1 year battery life.
     
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    !
    Thanks for the heads up! Where is this available? It's actually cheap compared to Logitech's SRP of $24.99!
     
  11. Salaryman Ryan

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    i recall buying it from Silicon Valley, but remember seeing it on display in Octagon as well :)
     
  12. ronjet

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    Is there a wireless/bluetooth mouse that doesn't need a usb dongle that works like the apple magic mouse?

    Will look for that logitech m185 if I can't find a good alternative to a magic mouse. :) thanks.
     
  13. cybersniper

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    ^If it's Bluetooth, then it doesn't need a "dongle" to have it work with your Mac (even if it includes one in the package)
     
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    Oh. Thanks cybersniper. :) I thought that it will only work with a dongle!!! Thanks for clarifying sir. :)
     
  15. chaddictMac

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    Do you guys seen/bought Sanyo Eneloop NiMH Rechargeable Batteries here in manila? Im planning to buy one coz my apple rech. batts. are now acting up.
     
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    Abacus GH
     
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    hi, sorry I don't know what that means eheheh but thanks for the reply.
     
  18. cybersniper

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    it's a store name... GH = Greenhills

    but Eneloops and charger are available in SM Appliance Centers and Abensons.
     
  19. chaddictMac

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    Thanks!!!! I went to moa since it is just near the office and saw "eneloop lite" and costs around a 'lil less 500for 2 batteries (@ ace hardware).

    Well, I ended up buying apple battery charger (6 batteries included).
     
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    just wondering what do you mean your apple rechargeable batteries are now acting up and how many years na yung battery mo?
     

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