SteelSeries ships Rival 700 gaming mouse

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    For a corded mouse no less? The problem with pricey mice is, if the construction and materials aren't absolutely top notch, i find that they get so badly worn you can't use them anymore. The surfaces aren't tested in the real world where gamers are getting sweaty and eating slices of pizza and pounding cheap Spanish wine. Last three gaming mice all wore out, -- the $75 razer from Fh and early FH2 days, the alienware branded gamer (dont know who really made it) that came with my X-51, and the $50 5-button logitech gaming mouse I had last all failed. I felt like glue on the outside after the rubber surfaces abraded, and the feet also started to come off.

    The best mouse I've ever owned so far is the Ultrathin T630, by logitech $80 (when I bought it, price has dropped some), but it's for work, not for gaming. If they made gaming mice this solid, we'd have a winner. It's steel and some kind of carbon fiber that will never have those problems.
     
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