I bought one of those ultra lightweight mice like the Glorious Model O/D. Was also having a double clicking issue despite driver updates and actually taking the mouse apart and checking the switches. Steelseries had a run of poor quality it seems from what I've read.
Cuttooth wrote:My Logitech G500 seems to be crapping out after seven and a half years of use, with constant double clicks being registered if I don't press in just the right place.
Are Logitech still generally making the best mice, so a G402 might be my most suitable replacement?
I've got a G403 and it's been great so far. No frills and works pretty well.
I have the G703, which is just the wireless version of the 403. Great mouse, although I am not sure I would have bought one if it had not been reduced at the time. Some of the prices for these premium mice are ridiculous.
All of these mice use Omicron switches which you can get from China on eBay for about £3, alternatively there is a little spring that loses tension after a couple of years that can be fixed with a paperclip or something. Swap them out with 4 solder joints and you're done. Pretty much every single Logitech mouse uses the same micro switches. You can also choose switches which are rated for like 1 million actuations if you want.
I buy whatever mouse I can grab in Sainsbury's when my last one dies, which I think has happened twice in the last 20 years. Currently on some random HP option which does the job perfectly fine for me!
Jenuall wrote:I buy whatever mouse I can grab in Sainsbury's when my last one dies, which I think has happened twice in the last 20 years. Currently on some random HP option which does the job perfectly fine for me!