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  1. Well, has been for the last month, but it's gotten so bad I mostly use my laptop's clicker and playing doom becomes quite painful, pressing down so hard on the back of the click. It's at least a year old, razer diamondback, not sure on warranty, probably expired. I opened the case once already to try cleaning it anyway, not sure if that helped at all.

    Anyway I'm interested in what the tech gurus think of my options, them being try to fix the mouse myself and quite likely fing something up, get some techy to fix it, or buy a new mouse and if so which one ~~has to be somewhat cheap while giving the same range of sensitivity of the diamondback, I can't stand how slow the mice at my college's library were set.

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    2. Creaphis

      Creaphis

      You can customize the weight of my mouse but I've always left it as light as possible. I wish I was as strong as Csonicgo.

    3. DuckReconMajor

      DuckReconMajor

      If you're still in the market for a new mouse (or should you be in the near future), my recommendation is always the Logitech MX518. It's very comfortable to hold (provided you're right handed), and the side buttons are extremely handy in web browsing.

      I also recommend a foam mouse pad. Who doesn't love foam mouse pads?

    4. Quasar

      Quasar

      I have Logitech "Click!" mice for both of my computers and they are very durable and long-lasting, as well as attractive to look at. Unfortunately I think they have discontinued that product line :(

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