Summary: Retailed at MYR 299.00, the Logitech G700s presents itself as a pretty good gaming mouse with the standard software customization and extremely well ergonomics for palm grippers. While the addition of the wireless option is handy, the battery life is comparable to other similar solutions by other manufacturers but coming from a G602 that I have yet to change batteries for since October 2013, the G700s' 8 hour battery life is just unacceptable for me.
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.
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.
Excerpt: When thinking about gaming peripherals there are few manufacturers who can claim to have been at the forefront of the market for as long as Logitech. In fact we would imagine that whether it is in an office environment, through receiving a device with a pre-built PC over the years or through the more traditional purchase process any serious PC user will have had access to one of their products over the years.
Summary: Personally, it has always been difficult to recommend anything in the wireless category for any type of gaming. Running the risk of losing connection during a match is beyond frustrating, and is usually enough to keep anyone serious about their game experience away from wireless. The Logitech G700 gracefully defies this preconception with it’s excellent dedication in providing a solid connection coupled with the functionality of a professional gaming mouse.
Excerpt: Logitech's latest wireless gaming mouse is the G700 and rather than two batteries this mouse has a charge cable that looks like a USB cable and can charge the mouse while you are playing. When the charge cable is attached, the mouse is just like any other gaming mouse with a wire as far as feel goes. The battery life you get will depend on what you do with the mouse, but I used the mouse for 12 or more hours per day for several days and still had juice.
Pros: Comfortable, Lots of buttons, High sensitivity
Cons: I hit the buttons next to the left click accidentally a few times, Right hand only