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 aslan 
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Seems kind of strange to be asking about something as trivial as mice, but I really have not used a mouse that much for trading, as I grew up on the IBM trackpoint (you know that little keyboard stick that no one else likes). I can generally do anything with the trackpoint, but there are certain functions that seem to be better suited to a mouse (i.e. interacting with the DOM, playing games in the arcade, etc).

A few requirements (feel free to suggest some more):

* must be wired
* must have at least 3 buttons
* must work without a mouse pad
* win 7 drivers

Once I narrow it down a bit, I will go try some out to see what fits in my hand best as well.

So, lets hear your recommendations.

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I use a Logitech PerformanceMX. Lots of buttons and although it's wireless it never lags. I have had good experiences with the newer logitech unified wireless products. Some of their older mice had some pretty horrible connection problems though.

My mouse is a "darkfield" mouse and it truly does work on any surface. I quite often lounge back in my chair and use it on my leg.

If you get a Logitech mouse of any kind, download a program called uberoptions. It allows pretty much any customization of buttons in logitech's set point software. I have my mouse buttons configured to do handy things like switching virtual desktops and zooming charts.

If you must have a wired mouse then have a look at some of the gaming mice out there.

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i am a pure trackball-guy!
i use to work with logitech-trackballs since years - would never go back to oldschool-mice.
i can recomend :

LOGITECH TrackMan Wheel old + new version for my right hand side +
Logitech Trackman Marble Trackball - for my left hand side -- (well - yes, i use them both )

once you have a feeling for trackballs its much more comfortable then a mouse.
(of course it needs a bit of training to be used to use it if you come from the classical mouse
but then you wont step back usualy)

they stay on one place at the desk - you dont have to move them arround.
surfaces doesnt matter.
also you just control them with your fingers and not with the whole hand / wrist.
i love that concept. its very ergonomic too.

whats also perfect in my view is that i can "fly" over all 4 screens with kicking the ball to rotate fast and landing at the other end of my PC-desktop superfast.

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I've got a Logitech laser mouse, and it's a great step forward to previous optical mice. Perfect tracking on any surface (except my hairy sofa), and very agile.

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I use a Logitech Preformance MX bluetooth mouse. No wires & it fits my hand perfectly.

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ZTR it seems a bit dirty. clean it! ahahahahah.

BTW use a laser one with '200000000' dpi with apposite mousepad, cable no wireless cos I'm always fear to lost signals, as for the network.

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ZTR it seems a bit dirty. clean it! ahahahahah.



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That means it is being used!

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Yup ... Trackballs of all kinds over the years, even built into the keyboard: used many.

Logitech Trackman with the wheel ... 16 hours a day sometimes .. never cramps the hand

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Wired can fail; Wireless can fail; Bluetooth can fail; Buttons can fail; Its got to be TOUCHSCREEN !!!! Nothing else.

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hard to find

so I settle for this


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Newegg.com - Kensington 64325 Black 4 Buttons USB Wired TrackBall Ultimate Trackball Mouse

This is the mouse I use..

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I'm sorry, but no trackball can beat my intellimouse. Notice the highly customized pads for silky smooth operation and super fast response times.

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This guy hasn't let me down. While others have come and gone, he still rules.


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I used to have the Logitech wireless MX but was lagging intermittently and opted for a wired mouse. I was recommended the Logitech G3 - high precision and preferred by gamers for you can customize speed, acceleration and buttons and better value. Though it is impressive, I have issues with its wide body. It does not fit nicely into my hand.

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For those using intensively NT Hot keys you might consider buying this mouse with 20 customizable buttons




Logitech® G600 MMO Gaming Mouse

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This wireless mouse also has many buttons:


Not sure what the pin is for though.


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This wireless mouse also has many buttons:


Not sure what the pin is for though.


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Since the left-part of my hand always went tinteling after using the traditional mouse for too long, I also went for the trackballs. Never want back.

I have 2 sorts. I must say the trackball on the right, where you move the ball with your thumb I find best to use.
When you first buy and try to use them you feel regret, but after 2-3 days of usage you will get used to the trackballs.

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I use and would recommend the Logitech PerformanceMX mouse.

I love the button which disengages the mouse wheel detent, great for scrolling through long documents and web pages, I'm constantly using it.

The zoom button which works with the mouse wheel is handy.

It has NEVER lagged and has good battery life (rechargeable).

It has Darkfield so it can be used on a glass surface.

The thumb button (push the thumb downward) is handy.

Ergonomic design and a good quality product in general.

I think the PerformanceMX is one of the best mice on the market.

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Since the left-part of my hand always went tinteling after using the traditional mouse for too long, I also went for the trackballs. Never want back.

I have 2 sorts. I must say the trackball on the right, where you move the ball with your thumb I find best to use.
When you first buy and try to use them you feel regret, but after 2-3 days of usage you will get used to the trackballs.

That looks and sounds good. Perhaps it's time I also get me one of those. I already have that hand/fingers feeling, so it might be time.

How is that right mouse named? (i.e. manufacturer and model) Also, if you buy it online, where did you buy it? (I looked at Bol.com but only found one wired trackball mouse).

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I use this one.



Per @ThatManFromTexas I bought this mouse. Took a few days to get used to the trackball. But once I did would not go back to my PerformanceMX or a regular mouse. The PerformanceMX is very nice mouse although I found it kind of heavy.

This trackball is Logitech M570 and is their latest trackball. Much less stress on the hand because when using stays stationary unlike a normal mouse that you are constantly moving and even picking up.

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I'm with you Liquidcci.

I've had the Logiteck Trackball for a year now and its heaven. I'd never consider a mouse again when all you need do is move your thumb a bit to scream across the screen.

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That looks and sounds good. Perhaps it's time I also get me one of those. I already have that hand/fingers feeling, so it might be time.

How is that right mouse named? (i.e. manufacturer and model) Also, if you buy it online, where did you buy it? (I looked at Bol.com but only found one wired trackball mouse).


Hey @Jura,

you are right, it seems the wired trackball from logitech is not for sale anymore. I bought it 2-3 years ago, 30-35 euro.
Mostly when I want to search for the best price I use one of these sites:
Trackball - Goedkope computer muis kopen op BESLIST.nl
Logitech Wireless Mouse M570 prijzen | Core | Tweakers.net Pricewatch
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Thanks for the further information and the links Zwaen, much appreciated.

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I would recommend any of the Logitech MX or G mice.

Depending on you wallet, you might choose a different one.

G500
MX518
G400


These are used by gamers, they are reliable and comfotable.

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I have never been a huge fan of touchpads because you usually give up fine control. However, the geek in me could not resist windows 8. Which the negative reviews are way overboard imo. It is a rebuild so like with anything new your brain has to adjust. I love windows 7 but windows 8 is much snappier and I don't feel like I have given anything up.

That being said to maximize Windows 8 experience the Logitech T650 touchpad is absolutely excellent. I have fine control and the touch experience is great. I cannot recommend it enough.

It is so good even if I was not using win8 (although Win8 maximizes it's features) I would still use it. I actually bought it thinking I would probably hate it and return it. But it is the best input mouse type device I have ever used. I am quite surprised by it.

T650 Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad for Windows 8 - Logitech


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We're still checking our sources, but KIBARDIN design doesn't actually seem to be a subsidiary of Wayne Enterprises. That hasn't stopped them from whipping up some concept renderings of a computer mouse that's totally superhero worthy. When free of your hand's weight, The Bat mouse floats roughly an inch and a half above its pad using some sort of magnet system. And while I'm sure you could force it to the ground, the weight of your hand won't be enough to get it there.

The main purpose of The Bat isn't awesome comic book references: it was designed to prevent and treat carpal tunnel syndrome — something that many avid computer users suffer from. You see, carpal tunnel syndrome comes from pressure on the median nerve — the nerve in the wrist that supplies feeling and movement to parts of the hand. By lifting that nerve off of the desk, designer Vadim Kibardin hopes to alleviate the numbness and muscle damage that carpal tunnel can create. If only the rest of the world's remedies came in awesome, floating packages.

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I would check out the 2013 Razer Deathadder gaming mouse. Its a wired mouse and its by far the most comfortable mouse I've ever used.

I've used every mouse you could think of. I've looked for the most comfortable lest one, and the one that I personally recommend at least for trading or quick mouse movements (such as CAD work) is the Razer Deathadder.

The mouse is a little pricey, but it tracks smoothly with excellent precision.

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An old simple 2 button Dell wired mouse finally started going bad after over 10 years, started experience a strange mouse input freeze/lag. Time for something new, any new suggestions other than what's here? Has anyone compared gaming mouse vs large touchpads/trackballs and have any thoughts? Certainly prefer wired, don't want to worry about batteries and connectivity when need to execute a trading action.

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Got this and love it: G502 Proteus Core Gaming Mouse - FPS Mouse - Logitech

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Any recommendations for a multi monitor mouse? The mouse on the computer I built is driving me crazy - it stalls, drags, lags - I have 4 monitors. I played with all the settings in Windows and the mouse setup several times but it's hopeless.
Are gaming mouses suitable? I have no idea how they differ from a regular mouse.

Any recommendations appreciated.

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I have a Logitech Anywhere MX on different multiple screen systems. The one with most screens has 5 1920x1200 and 1 2550x1440. And I have no problems.

But have an extra set of batteries nearby

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