Conclusion: When i first started using the G600 MMO gaming mouse i have to say that it felt quite bulky and frankly it is but thanks to its ergonomic design and the 12 thumb buttons it doesn't take long to get past that. So for the past 12 days we tested the G600 with several games including Planetside 2, Warframe, Tomb Raider, Crysis 3, Bioshock Infinite and the latest Mass Effect 3 Citadel DLC.
Pros: - Build Quality (Overall), - Ergonomic Design, - Lightning Fast/Accurate Laser Sensor (8200DPI), - 12 Thumb Buttons, - 20 Buttons, - G-Shift Button Allows You To Map Each Button Twice, - 3 Onboard Profiles, - Thumb Button Backlight (16 Million Colors), - Braided Cable, - Gaming Software, - Price (For Some)
Cons: - Powder Coating Gets Scratched Easily, - Bulky Size Needs Getting Used to, - Plain USB Connector
Conclusion: Ultimately, I was rather skeptical about the Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse. I am often a little sad when a "MMO-style" mouse shows up, as most of you know I'm not a major player of any mainstream MMO games or big RTS-style games where having lots of macro options is rather helpful. I generally try to relate and get frustrated with button layouts and fail to appreciate anything there may have been to enjoy. The G600 flipped my world upside-down in this aspect.
Pros: BUTTONS!!!! There are soooo many options., Basic mouse function still exists despite the button additions., RGB lighting allows for a personal touch, Matte black, dry-feel, texture leaves hands dry and happy., Body is PHAT – this is good or bad.
Cons: Body is PHAT – some of you will just never like the third click button up top., Sometimes too many buttons (but is this REALLLLLY a con?)
Excerpt: How many buttons do you prefer with your gaming mouse? Are you a fan of the two buttons, or do you prefer to have a third middle button? What do you say to a mouse that has 20 buttons? That might seem ludicrous, but the wizards at Logitech have given us a reason to not only use a mouse with a ton of buttons, but to also seriously consider never going back.
Summary: The Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse crams a lot of power into a relatively small package. For $79.99, gamers get a highly customizable piece of hardware. Gamers can spend hours creating custom macro loadouts and color profiles. The adjustable DPI delivered speed and precision while the 20 buttons made saving the world a whole lot easier. We prefer the Razer Naga, which offers customizable side panels, larger, snappy buttons and unlimited profiles for the same price.
Pros: Comfortable design, Highly customizable, Firm springy buttons, Swift and precise navigation
Excerpt: While we certainly love a good first person shooter, there’s immense value and achievement to be garnered from MMO type games. The only problem with gaming accessories such as mice is that most are designed with FPS in mind meaning all of those extra actions require using keyboard shortcuts, slowing you down and making the overall enjoyment of said game less than optimal.
Conclusion: We see this as a mouse for the player who has been seriously considering getting deep into an MMO but isn’t yet deep-set in his or her play habits. The buttons take much getting used to and some impressive finger discipline, so getting acquainted with a new layout and a new game could go much smoother than trying to relearn a game’s system on this mouse.
Pros: Clean design, Loads of programmable buttons, Easy-to-use application for programming mouse
Cons: Side buttons are tricky to use, Too wide for smaller hands, Designed for righties only
Excerpt: Logitech 's pedigree mice are in no need for any kind of introduction. They're one of the most widely used and highly regarded in the tech world. The notorious G-series of gaming-grade mice has recently seen a new member added to the lineup. The G600 , Logitech's first MMO geared gaming mouse that puts the 'G' in gaming. With a fleet of 20 customizable buttons, LED lights and a killer ergonomic design, the G600 is a fierce gaming mouse competitor.