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Razer Copperhead Gaming Mouse vs Logitech G5 Laser Mouse. These 2 gaming laser mouse are the best in class. Both of them are using the same laser optical sensor from Agilent. Logitech and Microsoft were my top 2 choices when come to keyboard and mouse. However, thing changed when I had a nightmare with Microsoft laser mouse, therefore Microsoft is out from my favorite list forever until Microsoft come out something that catch my eye. Razer is a new brand to me. Razer produces good quality gaming gears like mouse, keyboard and audio devices. You won’t be disappointed with Razer products when come into gaming. Most of the world top pro gamers choose Razer as their gear. Therefore, I am joining the pool too.

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Razer Copperhead Gaming Mouse

Both Razer Copperhead Gaming Mouse and Logitech G5 Laser Mouse have 2000dpi laser sensor, 1000Hz / 1ms response time, up to 45 inches per second and 20g of acceleration. They share the same price too. They are some different like Razer Copperhead Gaming Mouse has 7 mouse buttons while Logitech G5 Laser Mouse has 5 only. Razer Copperhead Gaming Mouse extra 2 buttons are duplicated because you hardly reach the other 2 buttons on the right if you are right handed. Those buttons are meant for left handed. On the other hand, Logitech G5 Laser Mouse is designed for right handed people only. But it has adjustable weight cartridge to put on the mouse. It will change the mouse weight to suit your need.

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Logitech G5 Laser Mouse

Personally, I don’t like Logitech G5 Laser Mouse outlook colour. I prefer Razer Copperhead Gaming Mouse outlook due to its coolness. But outlook is not so important than its sensor quality. Take Microsoft mouse as example… Microsoft mouse has good outlook but inside of it is totally suck. Microsoft laser technology can’t even work on a piece of white paper. I want a good gaming laser sensor. Which one should I choose?

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