Summary: Many years ago I found the perfect mouse for me, the Logitech MX510. Eventually it wore out but I was dismayed to find that it wasn't made any more. Happily, I discovered that the (then) new MX518 was almost identical, just a bit better. And that's how it's gone ever since, when I need a new mouse I buy whatever is the newest iteration of the iconic MX510. So if you liked any of the previous generations of this mouse, you'll probably like this one too. I do.
Summary: The G400 was one of the best mice i'd ever owned, but unfortunately it had a badly made cord... which was the only part of the G400 that wasn't perfect. This is an updated version of the G400. It's almost exactly the same, but feels a bit more solid and has a fancy new paint job. The cord looks the same as the G400, but only time will tell if it has the same faults. So far so good though. It's extremely accurate and programmable, and glides like it's on ice.
A good successor of the G5. A better choice than G500/G500s for gaming.
Max Johnson, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: The Logitech G5 was my favorite mouse. The G500/G500s is touted as the G5 successor, but it was disappointing for me. It's hard to explain but the mechanisms in the center of the mouse is not solid, I guess it's related to the dual-mode scroll wheel. This center mass is not secure, it "floats and tugs" as you slide the mouse, this is extremely annoying and distracting when you need precise control especially for FPS gaming. I would be annoyed just using it regularly.
Summary: Love the adjustable DPI or DPI on the fly. Purchased this to replace a Razr Deathadder mouse. The only thing that I am not crazy about on this mouse is the scroll wheel/middle button is on the small side when compared to the Razr.
Summary: Amazing mouse, I couldn't be happier. The customizability of this mouse is unreal. I love being able to have dpi settings unique to every game I play. Also, as a man with big hands, this mouse is very comfortable. Well worth your money.
Summary: I hear this thing is rated to 20,000,000 clicks. My last mouse didn't quite get past a few thousand so I chose this mouse for its durability. When this mouse's durability fails I will return to deliver my verdict on this review. Until then, it's still working!