800 DPI vs. 2000 DPI Laser Mouse
I've been considering getting a Logitech laser mouse. They make 3:
Wireless, 800 DPI, back/foward buttons for the Internet, no on the fly DPI changing, but long battery life supposedly. I've tried this mouse and I really like it.
Wired, 2000 DPI, on the fly changing, weight adjustment, but only one side button (my HUGE problem with it).
Wireless, 2000 DPI, on the fly changing, battery switching, but again only one side button!
Now the G5 and G7 are pretty much out the window as I REALLY want side buttons. So, that leaves the MX1000.
So my question is, is there really a noticable difference between 800 DPI and 2000 DPI? Now mind you I'm currently using a Intellimouse 4 optical, so anything is going to be an improvement. Not to mention I can always adjust for the lower DPI with a higher sensitivity or whatever.
And I'm asking as the MX1000 is on sale at Newegg for only 42 BUCKS through the end of the month (that's more than $20 off store retail!).
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