I use a wireless Microsoft mouse designed after the year of the dragon (2012, since that was the year I bought it, in Japan). Very cool-looking thing. :lol:
...Long story short, I have used tons of "mice" over the years, and the only crappy ones I've ever used have been at companies I worked at. Any one I've bought for personal use has rocked. You kind of have to TRY to make a mouse suck. And if you buy one that sucks, it's pretty much your fault.
But I'll back up Chris's recommendation. I've owned more mice by Logitech than by any other company, and they're always pretty solid. I have one by Logitech that's pretty similar to the one he linked, but I haven't used it in a while (it's for my other computer).
Thanks for the tips, guys. I've had one of those Razer Death Adders for the longest time, and its a piece of crap. I've about had all I can of the double clicking, and buttons sometimes not working :lol:
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