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.
Excerpt: So I've been using this product for the past month or so, as I received this mouse as a Christmas gift, and I'm just not as happy with it as I have been with all my other Logitech products. I had to go back to using my MX518. Before Christmas, I hinted to my SO that I was interested in getting the G500s mouse. Long time MX500/MX518 user, so this mouse looked like the newest gen. Christmas came and she had gotten me the G600 by accident.
Excerpt: I was very happy when I saw that logitech had an answer to the Naga. As a long time Naga user I wanted to try something different, and in the past I had used the mx518, and the predecessor to that (g400, now available as g400s) and had loved those mice. I am a big time logitech fan, owning g35, f710, 3d pro joystick, and the g13 gamepad. I really had zero doubts about this product. I bought it at a local retailer and unboxed it when I got home.
Excerpt: I had used a Razer Naga wireless for a short period (Short because it failed in wireless mode quite often, and even in wired mode it would lose it's config and cause other problems, Apparently it also had battery issues, none of this is the customer's responsibility to fix). I took it back and saw Logitech had a MMO mouse on the shelf and I thought to myself GREAT! As a Logitech fan I can really put this to use.
Summary: I figured I'd buy this mouse for Guild Wars 2. For this game, it was nearly perfect. But then I've gone back to shooters and this mouse is just terrible for this. I'm having tracking issues where I'm just looking around and then my view will sway up or down for no reason. Also having problems with the response time of the left click which occasionally doesn't work. I know that this is made for MMO's but I figured this would also do. Wouldn't buy again.
Pros: - Texture of the mouse, - The extra buttons.
Cons: - Tracking problems, - Left click problems, - The shape
Excerpt: Quick background before I begin: I have mainly a claw grip. My fingers never lay flat, but my palm sometimes rest on the mouse and sometimes not (getting into fingertip grip territory). I don't know if it's my natural grip style, and I don't know if I really have long hands, but when I try to palm mice, my fingertips go over the edge of most mice. If I move my fingers back, then half my palm is hanging off, so curling my fingers back is a compromise I've learned.
Excerpt: I have tried mice from many manufacturers. i always return to logitech because all the other companies that make gaming mice design mice with tiny form factors that cause severe pain and crampling for people with medium to large sized hands. Logitech's selling point (for me anyway) has always been that the design high quality, durable mice, that actually fit my hand comfortably. This mouse though is set apart...
Excerpt: This mouse is just awkward to use. Typically I find myself gripping the mouse with my thumb and ring finger but on this mouse I have to use my thumb and pinky finger to use it. Also the button placement just doesn't feel right. I do think this is a better option if you are a Naga user. The more tactile buttons make finding your buttons easy. However I came from using the G700 which buttons feel much more natural than this mouse.
Excerpt: I have bought this as an upgrade for my Razer Naga that I've been using for over 2 years. Thinking that it would be better. First off, While control was not intuitive, it feels lacklustre. The software was not responsive and it was a hassle to set up. Maybe I am too used to using Razer's Synapse which had all my device connected to 1 software.
Excerpt: Ok, I've been using logitech mice a lot and for my MMO games, my G700 has been the mouse has been the one to go for. I've always considered getting a Naga, but have held off, even after using my friends ones which really are quite good mice. So with the G600, I was excited to see a massive button quantity mouse from Logitech.