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Logitech G600
9.1 out of 10

Logitech G600

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Reviews and Problems with Logitech G600

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Overall 4
4.0

Not for everyone

Ryan S., Newegg
30 June 2015
  • Summary: I have small hands and still found myself mashing more than a single thumb button. Would prob be very difficult for people with large hands which makes no sense because it feels designed for people with large hands due to how incredibly wide it is.
  • Pros: More buttons than you can ever possibly need. Im not kidding you have 16 buttons to bind not including the 3 regular mouse clicks and the G-Shift key, which goes to 35 when you hold the G-Shift key down. The logitech software for the most part is solid. It's easy enough to set up profiles or macr...
  • Cons: TOO WIDE! The third flat click button adds a VERY large amount of real estate to the top of the mouse. This makes it very uncomfortable for various reasons, and makes misclicks more common than you would like. The zillion buttons are nice but I found myself accidentally pressing the thumb buttons...
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Overall 4
4.0

Mouse is not worth it

Nathan B., Newegg
18 June 2015
  • Summary: I've had it for a year and a half or so. It seemed alright at first. But the more time goes on the more problems I have with it. It appears to be an inferior product. And because of the stress this(and another Logitech item) has caused me, I will no longer purchase anything from them.
  • Pros: Side buttons are awesome(when they work the way you want).
  • Cons: Logitech Gaming Software is awful, has potential issues on windows 7 and on. Requires Logitech Gaming Software to be installed in order to even use it(on Win7+). And if you disable have automatic game detection then the mouse dies and won't work until you reset that setting. The menu is not able ...
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Overall 4
4.0

actually older model 810-002851

Sanford R., Newegg
21 May 2015
  • Summary: Even returning the mouse proved difficult. The RMA was initially rejected because the part number on the mouse did not match the part number on the box, which is precisely why the mouse was being returned. (FWIW, the part number on the box, 910-002871, was pasted over an older part number.
  • Pros: irrelevant
  • Cons: While this is advertised as part number 910-002871, and that's how the box was labelled, what was actually inside the box was a G600 with part number 810-002851. I discovered this when I attempted to apply the latest firmware for the G600 and received the message "Firmware version 77.02.12 found....
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Overall 4
4.0

Double Mouse-Up Issue

Joel M., Newegg
14 April 2015
  • Summary: My experience with this and other Logitech products have convinced me I need to look elsewhere for my technology.
  • Pros: Highly configurable with 19 user buttons, a "G-Shift" button, and a mode cycling button, giving three modes (basically sub-profiles) to each game / application profile. Buttons have firm resistance, have sharper angles, and are less "wiggly" than the Naga Razer. They also are angled and textured ...
  • Cons: A serious bug exists using "Automatic Game Detection" (meaning button presses are handled in software) causing some buttons to send a two mouse up events when you release the button. This causes the computer to treat your click as a double-click or not recognize the click at all. Stopping and res...
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Overall 4
4.0

Mushy Thumb Buttons & Accidental Ringer Finger Clicks

DANNY L., Newegg
20 March 2015
  • Summary: As far as thumb buttons go, the Naga 2014 has a lot of lessons to teach the G600 in terms of tactile feedback, shape and placement. Maybe if I hadn't tried both of them I might have been partial to the G600, but anyone who tries both will surely lean towards the Naga 2014.
  • Pros: + Ability to have custom colors per profile / keymap + Nice coating on the mouse
  • Cons: Bought this along with a Naga 2014 to compare the thumb buttons and what a disapointment. - Thumb buttons are very mushy, barely any tactile feedback. - Thumb buttons are very loose in their sockets, so this makes it hard to feel the distinctive shape of the buttons since as you attempt to feel i...
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Overall 4
4.0

Not the best

Andrew F., Newegg
13 March 2015
  • Summary: The gliding issue is easy to get used to and the software issue needs fixed it is very irritating to have to minimize the game to restart software. I do think the scroll wheel and back G keys is the mouse is just to small for my hand.
  • Pros: Good price point G9-G14 are great
  • Cons: the mouse does not glide well with or without a mouse pad, its like the surface is made of sand paper. Left and right click is light so much it makes it tough to know if it was clicked. The scroll wheel is way too far back makes it hard to scroll out use middle click. G15-G20 buttons are not reac...
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Overall 4
4.0

Button gone bad in less than 2 months

Jacob, Amazon
16 December 2014
  • Summary: I ordered this mouse a little less than 2 months ago, and already the side buttons are starting to fail. My usage has been rather casual and I've never dropped/abused the mouse. At first, I was very happy with this mouse because it made video editing much easier.
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Overall 4
4.0

Size matters

Joshua H., Newegg
11 September 2014
  • Summary: Coming from the (original) Razer Naga, this mouse looked exciting. I thought maybe it could take the place of my overworked naga, which had just started giving out after what had to have been at least 5 years of pretty hardcore MMO gaming.
  • Pros: It's a quality mouse with 12 side keys, which make it powerful in an MMO or gaming environment. I suppose the G-Shift (right) mouse button could be useful, if you can reach it comfortably and naturally.
  • Cons: It feels like this mouse is intended for larger hands and/or people who use a palm style (where you rest the weight of your hand, palm flat on the mouse body), rather than a claw type grip (where you mainly hold the mouse from the sides with your ring finger or pinky). For me, it was a stretch to...
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Overall 4
4.0

Poor Quality

Anonymous, Newegg
29 July 2014
  • Pros: Very nice design, comfortable for big hands, programmable. I don't use for gaming but for graphic design software. Very accurate.
  • Cons: Quit working after 5 months. Claimed warranty.. No problems with Logitech.
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Overall 4
4.0

Most uncomfortable mouse EVER.

Matthew R., Newegg
7 June 2014
  • Summary: This mouse is pretty good for MMOs when I played them, just be sure to test the grip out if you can, cause its really uncomfortable for me, may not be for you.
  • Pros: The customization of the mouse is pretty cool, you can map keystrokes and the like to anywhere on the mouse you want. The mouse has the capability to do high speed, but I've never felt the need to really. And from the many times I've beaten on the thing...I guess its pretty durable.
  • Cons: This mouse is mad uncomfortable for gaming. My hand is sort of cramping up while typing this. If the design were more comfortable this would easily be at least a 4 egg mouse, maybe even 5, but I digress.
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