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 it the button will shift, defeating the purpose. - Unless you use the tip of your thumb, you will surely press more than one button and even then. Combined with the above point...
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. It would be great id it had more lighting on it only the side thumb keys light, and well my thumb covers them so I have to move my grip to see what profile it is in instead of a quick glance down.
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 reachable unless you hang your palm off the back of the mouse. Buggy software it looses being able to use left and right click have to exit the software then relaunch to make usab...
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. The included mapping/configuration software was quite easy to use, and being able to map complicated key/mouse presses to a single button made work much more efficient.
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. I did a lot of research and it looked like the newer Naga versions had grown too different from the original model I loved, so I took a friend's advice and ordered the G600, which would fit nicely with my other Logitech gear.
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 hit the side buttons, while maintaining a good controlling grip on the rest of the mouse. Anything over just a few minutes of continuous use, lead to progressively intense mu...
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.
Summary: I got this mouse on sale, but now that I have it I would not be one to suggest getting this at full price.
Pros: This mouse feels solid, it is rather heavy for not having a weight tray like my G500 did, but I like a heavy mouse. The braided cable is thick and seems like it will hold up. There are 12 programmable buttons for any of your favorite games, as well as a huge range of colors for those buttons. The mouse glides nicely, very little effort and it doesn't seem to collect any build up of gunk around the pads. I guess I'm one of the lucky ones as mine didn't need a firmware ...
Cons: Ok so.... Ill start from the top. First, when I got my mouse it was coming straight off the UPS truck, it didn't sit outside for a while. After I unpacked it and plugged it in I noticed that the right mouse button was sticking after you clicked it. I figured maybe It was related to the temperature (I live in NY) and after about 10 minutes it warmed up and the sticking seemed to stop. I'll keep an eye on this.... Second, after opening up WOW and taking working with the...
Summary: The mouse worked great for a little under a year, until it started having double click issues. Of course on a normal mouse, all you'd have to do is undo a single screw and replace the tiny metal piece to get it working just fine again. The G600? No such recourse. I spent three hours trying to take it apart to no avail, and was left with a mouse button that would forever double click when I didn't want it to, making the mouse effectively useless in gaming.
Pros: G-shift is really cool Button placement easy to figure out Nice cloth covered cable
Summary: Wish Logitech would put out a fix for this. Until then, I'll be buying a new mouse from a new company.
Pros: I love the way this mouse feels. I love having macros on the side for all my games, I love the space for my ring finger. I love the fabric cord.
Cons: The cursor will jump erratically across my screen from time to time. This is a huge issue that many people have had. I contacted Logitech support and they weren't very helpful (or very smart. They misspelled many words and had terrible puncuation...). The software that comes with the mouse doesn't always work either... it doesn't remember my settings. I've looked into both of these issues with great detail but there is absolutely no answer from Logitech. Even keeping ...
Summary: The software issues were occurring a few months after delivery, I'd like to say around 2-3 months after. The issue I had with it changing into a profile that I had not even saved started from day one but I figured that newer drivers/software would've been released that would fix it. None to this date. Overall I'm very unsatisfied and very ticked off that an 80 dollar mouse from a brand which I've never had issues with before is causing me so much trouble.
Pros: RBG lighting Interchangeable DPI and key binding settings the 9 side buttons came in handy for MMOrpg's
Cons: Buggy software, crashes on me frequently. While playing some games the mouse would change settings randomly into a profile that I had not even created. While playing first person shooters the cursor has a noticeable delay. Just recently the cursor started dragging while moving it slowly