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    Hello! I am a baby infant and have no idea how to look for nice mouses (mice?) so if y’all could some suggest some stuff that would be great. My mouse of like a year which was like 10 bucks finally broke so I need,, something
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    The G502 is pretty good if you have like medium-small hand. I've been using this mouse for about 3 years now and it hasnt broken. (I used the older version of the G502 not the hero)

    G502: https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-G502...tronics&sr=1-3

    If you want something simple go with the deathadder, its a pretty large mouse.

    Razer Deathadder: https://www.amazon.com/Razer-DeathAd.../dp/B01LXC1QL0
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    The silky pocket mouse is nice and tiny.

    very cute
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    I've had the Deathadder for years now (like 5) and girlfriend has had hers for probably 3+. Seems robust, feels good, no issues. Pricepoint is solid. Wouldn't really hesitate to recommend it if you want something simple but good.

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    I'm currently using the Corsair Glaive RGB Pro Mouse($49.99 at the time of typing this; $69.99 Original Price). I've been using it for 6 months so far and only have good things to say about it.

    It has Omron Switches that last up to 50 million clicks; two programmable side buttons ; a DPI Switch that allows you to program 5 different DPI's to your liking, which you probably only need one or two to be honest... but it's there if you ever need it; up to a 16,000 DPI, I'll leave a link below that helped me and may help you understand what High vs Low DPI looks like; And depending on how you hold your mouse: Palm, Claw, or Fingertip Grip.. there's 3 interchangeable side grips they include in the box to fit your grip; I find it light but for you, "a baby infant", it shouldn't be too heavy ♥; Finally... THERE'S RGB! WHOA! which you can program with their Corsair iCue Software; FINALLY PART TWO: It comes with a 2 year warranty so if you drop your sippy cup and break it... you're covered!

    Optionally, if you have a Best Buy with a section for PC & Peripherals on display, I recommend visiting them as there's multiple mice which you can hold to see what's comfortable for you. Hope this helps ♥

    High vs Low DPI: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrF_e5vKqPk
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    i like plugging my cat into the computer, cats eat mice so my cat is better.
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