Requirements for MMOs
If you would be using your computer for MMOs, then there are a few things you'll want to look out for in your computer gaming mouse.
You'll want a mouse that is on its own decent and will serve for general all round usage. An MMO mixes different parts of RTS, RPGs, and FPS. And after that you'll wantâ€¦
Lots of buttons, more buttons and even more buttons. And that is what MMO Computer gaming mouse deliver on.
Steel Series World of Warcraft MMO Gaming Mouse
The first thing that will strike you about this mouse is that it looks like the shell of an armadillo, especially once it is plugged in and the light shines through. The intricate markings at the side of the mouse is a nice touch.
After some use you'll find that it has a shocking 15 buttons, allowing for programmable buttons and macro creation, they can store up to 10 profiles, as well as different colors for the lighting. It runs on a 3200 DPI engine and has a disabled sleep mode (always on) like most gaming mouse. It's a heavier sort of mice, and better for a palm grip. It also clocks in at a slight premium, probably due to the association with blizzard. Great if you want to buy it for WoW, not that hot if you don't.
Razer Naga MMO
This is even more of an overkill with the buttons. It packs 17 total buttons, with a 3x3 number keypad on its left side (sorry left handers). It works on the same engine as the other high end razer mouses, with 5600 dpi 3.5 g laser sensor and the standard Teflon feet. The macro recording actually also includes timed chain commands, which could perhaps be dangerous for certain games. But It does allow you to remap every single button. It sits in at a modest price of 79.90.
Its key selling point is the gazillions of additional buttons that come along with it on top of a powerful top end pc gaming mouse, and on that it delivers. It is actually even detected as a keyboard on the mac.
If these are too pricey, there are cheap gaming mouse available.