I just bought a logitech G9x mouse and finally set it up how I like it.
I have the black 'precision case' The mouse is set to max DPI at 5700 and windows mouse speed is on full.
Here is my general button layout, but it changes with certain programs.
asked Oct 28 '10 at 06:34
I personally use Apple's Magic Mouse. It is great for video editing as it allows fluid horizontal and vertical scrolling with no wheel or ball to get clogged up. This mouse is a bluetooth mouse and is a great wireless mouse. Also it looks amazing and feels good in the hand.
answered Oct 28 '10 at 06:37
I just bought the Logitech Performance Mouse MX Today and it is FANTASTIC
Okay so I finished the unboxing and uploaded it to YouTube - tweaked it to my top specks and here they are...
The only things I changed was number 4 - 5 and 6
Number 4 Was - Forward > Now - Volume Up
Number 5 Was - Backwards > Now - Volume Down
Number 6 Was - Application Switch > Now - Close the current application
I use the Apple Mouse, but I don't like the limited software Apple uses. I have downloaded apps that allow me to use different multi-touch gestures, and increase tracking speed.
answered Oct 28 '10 at 15:02
I use a Razer Imperator, since I'm a gamer who dislikes Logitech gaming products.
Settings are: 4000 DPI, no acceleration, 1000Hz polling rate, no macros. Buttons: 9 (Two adjustable thumb keys, left click, right click, mousewheel down, mousewheel left, mousewheel right and two additional top buttons below the mousewheel [mainly for controlling sensitivity stages])
answered Oct 28 '10 at 15:19
A horrible Microsoft Standard Wireless Optical Mouse, I dislike it.
I'll only ever settle for wireless mice, I hate trailing wires. I need to get something nicer but it's not exactly important.
answered Oct 29 '10 at 08:11