Summary: The Logitech G7 Laser Cordless Optical mouse has a 2,000dpi optical sensor, programmable buttons, adjustable sensitivity levels, a quick-swappable battery, and most importantly, no cord. But gamers who don't mind being chained to their computers should consider other, less expensive options.
Excerpt: was born out of necessity… a need for a new mouse due to me going insane from the last one. My trusty , after about a million left-clicks, started having issues with the left mouse button randomly dropping out while I was in the middle of a drag operation in Windows, and was losing me files and email in the process into who-knows-which folder. It was time for something new before I ended up throwing it against a wall. It had a good run and will receive a proper burial.
Excerpt: The G7 in my mind should be standard equipment for any computer user that wants to truly enjoy his/her computer with complete control, accuracy and problem free longevity you want for your money. Kudos to Logitech with their quick swap battery technology. Finally a wireless mouse that isn't heavy to use.
Logitech G7 Cordless Laser Gaming Mouse by Sci-Tech Today
1 May 2006
Excerpt: Logitech G7 Laser Cordless Mouse features 2,000-dpi laser engine, 2.4-GHz transmitter, Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) gaming feet, in-game sensitivity swithing and two battery packs. Sci-Tech Today reviewed the Logitech G7 Cordless Mouse and rated the mouse 4.5 out of possible 5, and concluded that gamers can forget about the slow response time that plagued wireless mice in the past. The Logitech G7 is both fast and precise.
Excerpt: Logitech has been making mice and keyboards for a long time now and as I see it they are very popular now with their products due to the nice looks and ergonomic designs. Well I went and bought myself a new mouse which this time happened to be the Logitech G7 cordless lase mouse. This new mouse seem to have some really nice features like two batteries with a charger, laser , cordless and 2000 DPI.
Summary: As some of us might remember, portable
mice started as one button mice, now in year 2005, mice are
beyond one button, beyond using a ball, beyond using old
slow ports. Here we are using high speed USB port on 2.4Ghz
wireless frequency with 24 channels to use. And only a year
ago, Logitech came up with laser technology that won many
awards. Today Logitech is pushing that laser technology to
Pros: Tiny USB Receiver, Very High Resolution, Sensitivity Settings, Swappable batteries, No AC adapter, New LED Indicators, Good Interference Technology, One Thumb Button
Cons: Cannot adjust weight and balance (mouse is on the
lightweight side), Based on the older MX700 design
Excerpt: Back in the ‘beige box’ days, much focus was placed on CPU, graphics and sound hardware, but not much attention was paid to the peripherals that we used to interact with our computers. Companies like Logitech and Microsoft set out to change that. Now, largely because of their efforts, the bar has been raised and people expect high end mice and keyboards to go along with their customized gaming machines.
Pros: High performance, On-the-fly accuracy adjustment, Really nice battery swap system
Cons: Price, G7 feels a bit light and poorly constructed
Excerpt: The Logitech G7 Cordless Laser Mouse has a few minor flaws, but is otherwise a great gaming unit There’s no tail on this mouse. Logitech’s G7 Laser Cordless Mouse is fast, it’s stylish and it comes with a series of amenities that make it a slick little gaming controller – great for those shooters where targeting is mouse-driven and reflexive.