I am using this mouse i got from my old windows seven computer for my laptop and i have been using certain sites to practice my aiming for a few months now. i was wondering if practicing with the mouse would make me better or worse with better mice such as the Razer DeathAdder Chroma Mouse and the Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum.
The price of the mouse does not have anything to do with that. It depends on several factors, where a cheap mouse can be as good as an expensive one.
The factors are:
- Surface quality
- Drag resistance
The DPI is the most important setting. A new DPI setting will always need some getting used to. So if you want to practice a new setting, start with DPI.
Also a new mouse will most likely glide a lot better than your old one making it somewhat different to aim, even with the same DPI. That would be a good time to buy a new mouse surface, if you planned to do so in the near future anyway. (If not, clean it!)
That said, the drag resistance will be a lot less than before, which again needs some getting used to. - But it's worth it.
The final factor is yourself: How fast you can adapt to a new mouse and how comfortable you feel. It's unpredictable, how using different mouses will improve your personal skills. Technically it shouldn't make a difference.
If you buy a new mouse and keep using the same DPI it will be only a short time to get used to it, but it will not improve your aim using an old mouse and then switching to a better one. Just switch right away, if you planned to do so.