Summary: Overall I was very pleased with this affordable and reliable gaming mouse and enjoy Logitech products.
Pros: I bought this mouse upon getting my new PC and grabbed the first affordable gaming mouse I found. I'm glad it was this one, it is very responsive and feels good in your hand. I enjoyed the sensitivity setting button in the middle for those tight spots while gaming.
Cons: There was only two things about this mouse I didn't enjoy, when moving in a diagonal line I found the pointer would twitch ever so slightly, not noticeable at all but I've also had it for a year and a half. And second is as it does feel good to hold I do wish it were more ergonomic.
Summary: My unit is "clearly" a refurb, as seen by scuffs all over the slip pads on the bottom. But it's clean, 100% functional. Hopefully it doesn't have a lot of life on it, but who can say? Bought this to replace my old MX300 mouse (loved it!).
Pros: Accurate, responsive, on-the-fly dpi adjustment in-game, no added nonsense
Pros: This mouse came in just a piece of plastic, no retail packaging. Looks brand new... probably is. The variable DPI button works great. Clicks feel solid. Build and size feel nice. Software scans for games and will automatically map the mouse for specific games. The mouse is super fast and accurate...
Cons: Mouse cord should be braided or sleeved. Only has the basic buttons, no macro keys. All you get is a standard mouse layout and a variable DPI.
Summary: IMO, the G100s is great for FPS, RTS, TBS, Spreadsheets, Documents, AutoCAD, ...
Pros: 1) The sensitivity button is very handy. I use it to change the sensitivity depending on what game or program I am playing / using. Also, very useful when sniping in FPS games. 2) The G100s feels smoother than a standard mouse.
Cons: Nitpicking: The location of the sensitivity button... When trying to change sensitivity quickly for sniping, an alternate location for the thumb may have been better. But I am coming from a standard mouse that did not have this option, so like I stated, this is just nitpicking and not a major con.
Summary: For the price I paid, I'm very satisfied with this mouse. It does feel pretty lightweight, but I wouldn't say it feels cheap. I will update this review if I have any problems with it. This is a killer budget mouse for any gamer.
Pros: I just bought this mouse less than a week ago. So far, I really like it. I bought it at a local retailer for $30, which is $10 less than the listed price on Newegg at the time of this review. The tracking is flawless on my mouse pad, clear glass desk, carpet, and even on my pantleg, no lag, delay...
Cons: There are no back/forward buttons, nor is there a side-scroll function on the scroll wheel, though I don't really care about that. There are only the basic left, right and middle click options. I typically look for more than three buttons on any mouse that calls itself a "gaming" mouse. Also, the...
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: The reason I gave this only 4 stars is that, for the price it is a good mouse. I really do think they could have put 2 more buttons on this thing with little more cost of construction. It is light and super responsive especially at it's higher resolution rate.
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.