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I have the Razer Orochi, anyone else?

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I have the Razer Orochi, anyone else?



Razer DeathAddr. I haven't used it yet. Still waiting to finish my hackintosh build.

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Nice, I have the Orochi because I use a laptop and move around quite a bit.
The DeathAdder is meant to be really good.

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Built-in mouse

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Nice, I have the Orochi because I use a laptop and move around quite a bit.
The DeathAdder is meant to be really good.


I bought it from Woot.com about six months ago. $20 + $5 shipping.

I do have a wireless Apple mouse (the old one, before the Mighty Mouse (the one with the rollerball built into the top)). I didn't know if I'd get bluetooth working on the hackintosh so I bought the DeathAdder when I saw it pop up on woot. I do have a bluetooth USB dongle now that should work with OS X. I might invest in the Magic Mouse at some point.

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Magic mouse is not the best for gaming, bluetooth isnt great, and Mitchman i guess you have a macbook?

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I'm still using the MX Revolution.

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I have the BT900

I forgot to mention the BT900 is bluetooth and laser..the ONLY combination worth getting IMHO

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Razer Mamba [Wireless]

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Apple Magic Mouse

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Magic Mouse for general use, G9 for gaming.

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I'm still using the MX Revolution.


Same. Waiting for a better mouse, but it's been years now and there hasn't been a better one on the market.

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Apple Pro Mouse on my dumpster G4... :rolleyes:

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Logitech G9 cos I was given an offer I couldn't refuse :( It was a gift from a friend of mine, so why not use it?!

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Logitech Cordless Desktop Wave keyboard+mouse combo.
http://www.logitech....os/devices/3072

I bought it because it is sold as Mac OS/Windows compatible, and I don't like Apple keyboards. The Wave has Apple/command/option keys and "Logitech Control Center" driver software for OS X.

The mouse is a Logitech "LX8 Cordless Laser Mouse". It has 4 buttons + wheel button and works directly on the table without a mouse pad.

Mouse and keyboard uses two AA batteries each. Battery life is excellent.

The "ergonomic" wave shaped keyboard is totally a design gimmick, if it's any more comfortable than a standard keyboard it's because of the large palm rest, not the wave shape.

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magic mouse

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Same. Waiting for a better mouse, but it's been years now and there hasn't been a better one on the market.


+1. I'm still rocking the MX Revolution, but I still use the Mighty Mouse anytime i forget to charge my MX Rev. :P

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I have the Logitech G9x for gaming and Magic Mouse for work





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