Summary: I bought this mouse after two years of using the Razer Naga. I decided to switch because I have large hands and the Naga never really was very comfortable for me to hold. That said, the size of this mouse may be the only thing I like about it. The membrane thumb panel buttons feel mushy and gross and you have to have your finger in a very specific spot in order for the 3rd mouse button to click properly.
One of the buttons requires a HARD force to register as a key press
29 November 2013
Summary: On the side of the mouse there are 12 programable G keys. One of these keys required a extremly hard ammount of force compared to the others. It was classed as a defected mouse and now I am about to return it. Be warned because many people have experienced the same issue with some of the G keys. Other than the defect listed above, this mouse is really comfortable and advanced.
Summary: So I'm an almost middle-aged bloke who needs a quality mouse because I do quite precise computer work involving graphics everyday for my business, and when I can I like to have blast on call of duty multiplayer. So I can just about justify to myself the need for a high end gaming mouse. I've tried out both the G700 Logitech G700s Rechargeable Gaming Mouse and this G600. The G700 is a whole heap more expensive. But for me, there is no competition.
Summary: This mouse is almost perfect. Materials, shape, the ability to have 24 macros, etc. I don't understand why the hell Logitech chose a scroll wheel so hard to press. For me that ruins the whole mouse. Had to return it.