If you are not a fan of LEDs glowing between your fingers or strange pinkie finger rests on mice but are a fan of high DPIs and macro support then check out the SteelSeries Xai Laser gaming mouse. It is capable of quite a bit thanks to some very deep software support and lacks any fancy features that do not impact its performance. Avoid silly marketing tricks with the SteelSeries; find the full review on Hardware Canucks.
"Gaming mice are usually known as feature rich yet slightly tacky looking peripherals which sometimes cost a small fortune. SteelSeries’ attitude towards this niche is slightly different since they offer the same features as their competitors’ products but do so without resorting to designs that stick out like a sore thumb. Their newest Xai laser mouse takes a wonderfully understated approach but can it be successful in such a competitive market?"
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