Summary: Overall, I love this mouse. I am only on day 5 right now but so far I am really enjoying the mouse. Over time some of my complaints I may find myself just getting used to. I am coming from using a Razer Deathadder and the extra buttons I am finding actually very useful. Recently I have been playing games like Minecraft and Battlefield 4 but surprisingly the extra side buttons have been very useful whenever I need to hit any key that is farther on the keyboard than 5 or...
Pros: LOTS of buttons, Feels nice to hold, Don't have to clean very often (unlike the razer naga)
Cons: Sometimes I find myself accidentally clicking some of the buttons on the side whenever I am playing FPS games and I get startled. (This could be because I have stronger hands and its easier for me to press the buttons.)
Pros: Everything is working as it should. It got picked up right away by logitechs gaming software and feels nice in the hand.
Cons: Damage to teflon pads on bottom of mouse that make it so that you can not use it on carpet easily (not that that really makes a difference since I use a desk but i bought spares anyway). should come with new pads applied.
Summary: I recently started playing tera online and wanted a mmo mouse this answered my need.
Pros: -logitech has one of the best macro software, -mouse improves mmorpg gameplay, -lots of keys on the mouse for keybinding/macro, -fits my hand perfectly (my hand is pretty big), -can change colour of backlights
Cons: -wouldn't really call this a con but the latest razer naga offers similar functions but with mechanical keys, -for the a mouse this is kind of expensive, its nice to have but not totally needed for mmorpgs
Pros: One of my buttons require more pressure (C17) other than that its a good mouse. I play wow, and I'm not completely used to all the buttons yet. I sometimes trip over myself trying to find the right button in a pinch. Very nice for healing, its more difficult to get used to as a dps class.
Cons: just my button that requires too much pressure. But for $29 I'm pretty happy with it. I only hope I can get used to having so many buttons and stop tripping over myself when I need something fast.
Great for MMO games, but maybe not for "claw-grip" users
2 October 2013
Summary: The Logitech G600's multitude of customizable buttons will be a definite plus for any MMO gamer. However, its slightly wider-than-normal body may turn off some people. Wider - isn't that bad? Actually, depending on how large your hand is, and how you like to hold your mouse; the G600 won't be a big difference to most people. The mouse I previously used was a Logitech G9 mouse, and initially the G600's wider body felt a bit weird in my hand.
Summary: I actually purchased this mouse recently to use with the newest iteration of Final Fantasy 14. Before using this I was using a Logitech wireless deluxe mouse for everything. The main features that differentiate this mouse are the 12 buttons on the left side as well as the three buttons on top. The left buttons work in three formats.
Summary: Been using it for a couple weeks now. This many buttons, wow. It's great. 12 buttons on the side AND a toggle for alternate button functions, and multiply that by 3 for the 3 different modes available? Crazy. The software is a beast. There are TONS of options, and you won't be happy with it until you've played around with it for a few hours, but then it'll click for ya.
Summary: I was interested this for the many key buttons on the thumb rest, now after playing with the mouse: Its quality is what i have come to expect from logitech and I happen to think Logitech peripherals are the best on the market at the moment. I dont trust anything that is associated with Razor(or people who say they are good) and this looked to be a major contender online.
Summary: Additionally, although Newegg emailed me a shipping label, I had to pay an extra $5 to buy a box to ship the mouse back to them. I'm still trying to get reimbursed for this expense.
Pros: If you're deciding between the razer naga and the g600, get the g600. It's superior in almost every way. The buttons are nicer and placed better, there aren't as many places for gunk to accumulate, and the mouse is quite comfortable.
Cons: I bought the refurb, the first thumb button was broken and it was shipped in an envelope. Really? An envelope? No box, nothing to protect it from being slammed around. I complained to Newegg and they said they have no control over how the manufacturer ships the products.