Conclusion: In conclusion the Logitech G700s is quite the mouse as far as wireless gaming mice go. Not only is it wireless, but it also has a rechargeable battery (also replaceable: Eneloop) that can be charged while using the mouse. It is rare that you are able to keep going without either replacing a battery, charging a battery, or at least swapping a charged battery into a wireless mouse. I experience this sadness on the go with my little laptop mouse.
Pros: Charging cable allows you to keep playing! Charges while in use, Wireless, lets you have no strings attached, Logitech software is great – easy to use and quick to install, Extra buttons besides the norm are great for macros
Cons: Charging cable is a bit stiff and awkward to use, Battery life is abysmal (maybe 8-10 hours for constant use), Price hurts a little, Wireless is about its only true unique feature
Summary: An amazing level of customization will be at your fingertips, but if you have no need of multiple profiles or buttons stacked upon buttons, look for a cheaper alternative. However, for those looking for an almost overwhelming level of personalization, and those with a good bit of cash to drop, the G700s is a damn fine mouse.
Conclusion: If we were given the master plans to the G700s’ design, we'd still tweak a thing or two. But we found little about Logitech’s mouse that hasn’t been well thought out and well designed—unless, of course, you’re left-handed. And if you are, we apologize for the jealousy you probably feel right now toward your right-handed friends, because this is one top-notch mouse.
Pros: Very comfortable to grip, Smart button layout, with 12 buttons, Uses a standard battery, Highly customizable, via Logitech's superior gaming utility
Cons: No gamer-happy lighting or customizable weights, Left-handers need not apply
Excerpt: Gaming mice with lots of buttons are becoming increasingly mainstream. They're becoming so popular that even new editions are appearing of older products. For example, the Logitech G700s and Corsair M95 gaming mice. When they first came out, they both had a DPI of 5,700, but they have now been updated with a new sensor to 8,200 DPI. We tested both new mice to see how well they perform.
Excerpt: This is going back many years, but my first and last wireless mouse experience was also from Logitech. Back then the MX1000 was one of the coolest mice on the planet being offered in a wireless version. While I thoroughly enjoyed using the MX1000, that isn't to say it didn't have some things that needed addressing. The main reason why I rid myself of that mouse was the way it needed to charge.
Summary: We found credible reviews of the G700 at TechRadar.com, CrunchGear.com and TechSpot.com, where Shawn Knight laments not being able to include it in his 12-mouse roundup due to the timing of the G700's release. Still, he gives it top billing, as does Anthony Garland of EverythingUSB.com. Both Amazon and Newegg.com offer a number of helpful user reviews.
Pros: Great ergonomics, High precision, Dual-mode scroll wheel, Onboard memory profiles, LED display
Cons: No weight customization, Poor battery life, Right-handed use only, May be too heavy for some, Rigid charging cable
Excerpt: Today I am checking out the Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700. This is the latest gaming mouse from Logitech and the first gaming mouse in a long time to be wireless. Gamers that are tired of wires, but still want lots of sensitivity will want to check this mouse out.
Pros: Comfortable, Lots of buttons, High sensitivity
Cons: I hit the buttons next to the left click accidentally a few times, Right hand only
Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 and Gaming Keyboard G510 Review
5 January 2012
Excerpt: Quote from review: "Logitech has been a leader in the peripheral market for as long as I can remember on both the casual and enthusiast ends. Last month they announced updates to the popular G-series PC gaming peripheral line with the introduction of the Gaming Keyboard G510, Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 and Wireless Gaming Headset G930.