Only had one mouse that was a problem with and it was one of the non-rechargable G series.No matter how good wireless mice get, I'm still sticking to wired for all my primary input devices for one simple reason: never need to worry about batteries dying.
The only wireless keyboard/mice I have are mini 2-in-1 ones that I use when I want to remotely control my PC, mostly while I am streaming shows and movies on the TV connected to it.
If you have drag or pull, you didn't give the mouse enough slack to work with. That's easily correctable.
I never really had this anxiety of "running out of battery at the worst possible moment" Usually wireless devices have a tell-tell sign that they're about to run out of power beyond any notifications in software or dummy lights. And even then, if the worst possible moment is I miss a shot and die, oh well.I use wireless keyboards, trackpads and a mouse for most everything except gaming. The main reason I stopped using a wireless mouse for gaming is the 'running out of battery at the worst possible moment' issue. Sure, proactive charging of your gaming mouse works great... until you forget to practively charge your gaming mouse.
If you feel the drag, then you probably aren't setup correctly. Most of the drag comes from excess cable dangling off the edge of the keyboard/mouse shelf and is easily removed by anchoring it so you only have the ~12" required for full motion range plus some slack for comfort.
I have the Razer Viper and Logitech G305. The Razer has a much shorter wake up time compared to my old Mamba Wireless and the Logitech G305 doesn't do that in performance mode and is instantaneous and yet the battery life of the Logitech lasts for 2 or more months on performance mode. Actually it's on month 3 and the AA battery has yet to die.i use a bluetooth razor basilisk x hyperspeed and have not had any issues with it dropping connection in any task.
the stupid power saving feature will turn it off after a minute or so of sitting idle which takes a second to restart when i want to move it again. that is REALLY annoying having to wait on it before starting a new task. but that is only after sitting idle for a while. when playing a game, it does not happen as it never sits idle for any length of time
quick response time and so on does not make me miss the wired mouse at all
Heh. I probably have 200 cables around my computer desk and I may not be exagerating. One more or less for a mouse cable I only need to touch once every 3-4 years when the L/R buttons wear out won't make any discernible differencei do like it being one less cord on my desk which already has plenty of other things to clutter it up