Summary: Try not to use this mouse near things that can snag the braiding, I wish I could completely take off the brading as its annoying when stray frays touch me; nevertheless, this mouse is still holding up after 2 years of heavy use.
Pros: - On board memory to keep things synced across computers without need for logitech software - Very durable
Cons: - You can't store macros without installing the logitech software on your computer, not a deal breaker, but I would rather keep the number of programs that need to be running down. - The braiding frays over time, I had this mouse for about 2 years now and the braiding has come off in one section ...
Summary: I've owned this mouse exactly 25 months. Overall it's a great mouse. It took me a few days to get to used to the side buttons, but I've never been able to adapt to the G Shift click button on the right side, but it's easy to ignore if you can get used to not gripping the mouse with your ring finger...
Pros: Great craftsmanship
Cons: G-shift key was too difficult for me to implement, but not a hindrance.
Summary: This is a great mouse for A.) palm-grip B.) MMO players. If you don't fit both of those categories, don't bother. A button grid on the side of the mouse is probably the worst thing you can have for a claw or fingertip grip person.
Summary: Had this mouse about a month it was a great buy I don't ever have to take my hands off the main keys now I only use about 6 of the keys so far ( I play Dota 2) it has made my gaming life way easier. I've grown accustomed to the 3rd mouse button.
Pros: I am utilizing the buttons on the side to replace the keyboard shortcut commands I use often in AutoCAD/Revit. There are plenty of buttons available for my needs. The utility to program the buttons was pretty straight forward but it has some room for improvement. This should not be a deterrent.
Cons: One of the side buttons on a refurb requires a little more effort to press. This is a little frustrating during use.
Summary: I own the logitech G400/G500 and now this G600. The G600 is smaller than the other two: width-wise it's comparable, but length-wise the G600 is shorter, cutoff abrubtly at the tail end so you can't rest your wrist on the mouse. That makes it far less comfortable to use than the G500.
Pros: - An abundance of buttons - The thumb buttons are a nice rubbery material, so you can rest your thumb against the keys without accidentally pressing them - The thumb buttons are slanted to create two groups of 2X3 grids, so you can easily find your orientation without looking at the keys - Backli...
Cons: - Uncomfortable(relatively), too short (-1 star) - No Linux support, you'll need windows to upgrade firmware and program onboard memory (-0.5 star)
Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse 910-002871 White 20 Buttons Tilt Wheel USB Wired Laser 8200 dpi Mouse
Jared S., Newegg
28 May 2014
Summary: I had this mouse for over a year now and the little malfunction was the only problem i had since I bought it.
Pros: good mouse, bright LEDs, can change color of LEDs, fits my hands perfect, braided wire, a lot of buttons, i also play FPS and this mouse is fine with them.
Cons: -the software is kinda cheap, tends to lag. -and today for some reason seemed like the mouse wasn't working, like the DPI went down to 200 and it was messed up for like a hour then its was ok again. i play with the DPI on 3000 i don't know why it was acting weird, im guessing its was a software m...