Summary: -Pros 1. Tracking fine on cloth mouse pad. No acceleration issue found during usage. Good for RTS game style. 2. Strong switch build. No accidental click. 3. Coating material made my hand grip it easily and doesn't slip. 4. For price in my country. This mouse worth it function. 5. Light weight suitable for mobile gaming. -Cons 1. A bit small for palm grip. 2. Has some squeak sound when right click(sometime only not happened every click). -Expect for future version 1.
Pros: Responsive r/l, easily adjusted DPI to meet your needs
Cons: A little light for my tastes, but the $10 dollars off made me want choose this over a G500. Also the lack of any thumb buttons... yet they call it a gaming mouse? For $30 and free shipping though, it was hard to pass up.
Summary: What impressed me most about this mouse was the superb tracking. For me, that's probably the most important characteristic of a mouse. Observed tracking error was about nil; there was no tracking prediction (some refer to this as acceleration) and no jitter. It has pleasing ergonomics, but not the best out there -- but that is certainly the most subjective of all mouse evaluations. The only thing that bothered me just a bit was the stiffness of the cord.
Summary: This mouse is smaller gaming mouse with a very simple design. There is little friction when moving the mouse (on a mouse pad anyway). The pro and at the same time the con of this mouse is that you can adjust the cursor speed with a touch of a button. Unfortunately, however, this mouse doesn't have a single speed that is great for many games. I found myself going to a faster speed for non-shooters and clicking to the slowest for shooters.
Pros: With one button click you can change the mouse cursor speed
Cons: Not having a single cursor speed that works for every game
Summary: PROS: - Ambidextrous Design - Good Weight - Good Tracking - Great Friction Pads (Feels great sliding) CONS: - No side buttons (3 button mouse) - Limited Customization - Looks a Bit Tacky Overall: Good simple gaming mouse to travel around with. Seems sturdy enough to throw in a backpack or laptop bag, and cheap enough that if it got damaged it would not be a huge deal.
Summary: I'll start off by saying that for the most part, this mouse is perfect. I have one or two complains, but the good far outweighs the bad. First of all, the sensor has no prediction or acceleration. Mouse acceleration is a "feature" that speeds up or slows down your movements based on how quickly or slowly you move your mouse. This leads to inconsistencies in tracking, as your reticle or cursor will not end up in the same place every time and can become frustrating.
Pros: Really short click length. Super comfortable and light weight. The response time is as quick as they say if not a little quicker. The DPI shift button works fairly well with a short click length too. No necessary software to install, just plug and go.
Cons: As with any gaming mouse, one would expect more than the normal button configuration of the left and right click along with the wheel button. I really think they could have thrown a 4th and 5th button without much more effort.
A simple but dependable and well built mouse by Logitech
Media Man, Amazon
15 May 2013
Summary: Being a very avid gaming household we tend to buy and cycle through a lot of different mice so we're always on the lookout for something new. I prefer more simplistic mice where as my other half wants more buttons than you can shake a stick at. So when I saw this mouse I thought it would be the perfect item for me to test out and review. Here are my thoughts on the Logitech G100s Optical Gaming Mouse; Pros + Highly accurate optical tracking.
A decent middle range gaming mouse that stands up to more expensive ones...
Brian Hawkinson, Amazon
14 May 2013
Summary: This Logitech G100s is my third mouse that I have right now. One for everyday use and this one now my second one for gaming. Surprisingly my other mouse is a Logitech G400 and the G100s seems to have better settings. The G100s has 3 settings, all very usable, and the G400 has 4 settings, one of which is so slow I would never use it. With the G100s the mouse itself is smaller and the grip prevents, after prolonged usage, the mouse from sticking to your hand.