Summary: Yes I do spam click a lot but that's no excuse for how cheaply mice are being made these days. I understand now that I'll have to pay more than twice what I did here for a decent mouse. The problem is finding one that's wired & is at least 1,000 DPI.
Pros: For the price it seemed like a really good deal. Unfortunately that's the only good I can say.
Cons: 3 months later it's left clicker started missing & now 10 months later it misses 50% of the time. The only way to somewhat remedy this is to click hard & dead center of the button. My old Logitech M-SBF96 lasted 3 flawless years & cost a third what this one did.
Summary: All of the new 'G' gaming products I've looked at feel plastic and cheap. I'm not sure I like this new, yet much more expensive move.
Pros: It works.
Cons: Might as well be the mouse that comes with any old desktop. Very light and cheap feeling. I've been a fan of Logitech's gaming products for a long time. I still use a G5 mouse, tried the G500 and it was also cheap feeling. I bought a G9x last year and I'm starting to warm up to it. Other products...
Summary: This is a decent mouse and performs fairly well. I noticed it is very sensitive to dust and the buttons start malfunction.That is expected of any mouse but unfortunately the construction is such that you cant remove it to clean. So after a point you have to throw it away.