The double-click thing is the most common way they fail. Logitech is awesome at replacing their hardware.
I have and love a bunch of G502s myself. I even use one at work. It’s not solely a gaming mouse, it’s just a great mouse.
I no longer get wireless mice. I don’t care if it’s wireless on my desktop. It makes no difference to me-- if anything it’s a negative, having to recharge all the time. I just kept my MX master and previous logitech ridiculously expensive flagship mice plugged in all the time.
Yeah. I love my MX Master, but I’d rather have paid $20 less or whatever and just had a wired version. The battery is only good enough for a day or two anyway, so you really have to keep the cord handy, so…what’s the purpose? Bleh.
I get a week or more before having to recharge my MX master. Overall it’s an excellent mouse. I miss the cradle/charger from the original MX Revolution mouse, though. I don’t understand why Logitech ditched the cradle.
I’m in search of an inexpensive gaming mouse. Nothing fancy, just something that can get me through Skyrim, Age of Empires 2 and Heroes of the Storm.
I found this on amazon, but I’m worried that i might be too cheap. If anyone has any suggestions for under $10 or so dollars, please let me know. Mostly, it has to last a while and be big (I have largish hands).
Oh, and I’m looking for a cheap wifi extender. I have an old TP Wifi Router that works, and I’m thinking of getting this for $20.00.
Thanks as always for the advise and help. I trying not to fall for the trap of buying something cheap and having to replace it frequently, but I am on a budget right now.
I should add that I love my current mouse, but it double clicks everything. It has killed my AOE2 game, as I keep selecting all villagers by mistake.
This is the newest version of that mouse, but it’s a bit more then I spent on it originally.
Thanks Armando. 3 dollars won’t break the bank so if it will hold up to giant hands, I’ll gladly pay extra. Really, anything under 15 would be great, and anything under 10 would be cool, but I don’t want to end up being a penny smart, but a pond foolish.
MOCA is basically ethernet over coaxial cable, the same as your cable TV. It works better than powerline, which tends to have interference from various junctions and whatnot. Since it’s wired it’s rock-solid and consistent.
So you plug ethernet from your main router to one end of a MOCA bridge, plug that into your coax in the wall, plug another MOCA bridge into the coax upstairs, and then plug a second router into that in bridge mode.