Last 4 years I was holding Razer starcraft spectre with claw grip.
Now I decided to use bigger one so I bought steelseries diablo 3 reaper of souls mouse - it is just perfect.
Great build quality, perfect sensor and grip
I use a Roccat Tyan. Easily the best mouse I have ever had. I also have a Roccat Kone XTD which also is great. I have used pretty much every mouse on the planet unit finding these Roccat devices so I have had a lot of experience with a variety mice.
Im using TRUST EasyClick wireles mouse about 5 years. It's very good mouse cheap and is fine at performance. Only problem I have had is the roller got stuck, easy fix and it's fully working again. It's not good for heavy gamers and gaming, but everyday use it's more than enough! So il reccomend this
I guess TS decided to resurrect this two year old topic by putting it over on the Discuss sidebar...
For me, it's the Corsair M90. By far the best gaming mouse I have used, so of course, Corsair discontinued it (and its M95 version, which is supposed to be an improvement. Unfortunately, it has a nasty firmware bug and inferior build quality, so to me it's worse than the M90) so they could replace it with another me-too MMO mouse with a veritable keyboard under the thumbrest (right handed), just like all those ones I didn't buy from every other mouse manufacturer when I first ended up with the M90. I hope they see the light and bring it back, or that someone else offers something comparable, before the ones I have break or wear out.
Dual Logitech MX 1000 here .1 is allways sitting in the charging stand, so 1 dies in mid game .one push of a button on stand and mouse I'm fragging again.1 stand died now using the second stand ,and they are about 10 years old .still hold a decent charge..
A Roccat Tyon. Would I recommend it to others? Hell no, it's too expensive and I've returned it 3 times as the side-flipper starts living a life of its own after a while with random scrolling as a result (if set to act as scroll up/down). Again the side-flipper is acting up and I'm outside the warranty period.. but with the up position disabled and some 'calibrating' I still personally prefer it about any other mouse.
I switch tabs with the top flipper, scroll with the side flipper and got the additional buttons set to other misc browser tasks such as closing tabs and refreshing the page. It's not perfect, in fact I'd say it's flawed with the side flipper not being very wear and tear proof but it's the best for me even with those flaws. (Also, throwing away a mouse with that kind of price tag because one button doesn't properly work and can be disabled if needed... I'd feel bad)