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Originally Posted by DeadpunkdaveInteresting. I think all of the limitations you mention are present in the g5 which is probably the best control mechanism of any kind I've ever used (toss up with an N64 controller). Your thumb rests beneath the sole thumb button, only 3 sensitivity settings and a scroll wheel. It also has the removable weights. So pretty much the exact same feature set and I wouldn't swap my g5 for any other mouse going. It actually upsets me that the replacement g500 has all the extra stuff you mentioned as sooner or later my g5 will die.
For gaming I find the scroll wheel is all I need, CS:S scroll to change weapon is just second nature at this point.
Originally Posted by sp4nkyAll in, the MX518 is the best mouse on the market right now, imho.
Originally Posted by AnfieldQuote:Originally Posted by sp4nkyAll in, the MX518 is the best mouse on the market right now, imho.Back to topic, I don't get the point of a back to the basics gaming mouse, because if it is back to the basics they might as well loose the Gamer branding and sell it for a fair price.
All in, the MX518 is the best mouse on the market right now, imho.
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