Summary: Will I continue to use the mouse and map a different button although it wont be nearly as convenient. Maybe.
Pros: I love everything about this mouse, its the best Ive ever owned especially given its wireless capability which is the main reason I bought it. Everything else is just supplemental awesome-ness. Except for the con...
Cons: The G4 button broke after only a few months of daily usage. I use this button to display a map during a particular game and looking at this map is a must for situation awareness, thus it gets used A LOT. Being out of warranty I managed to pick up another online for cheap that had the corroded mic...
Pros: Profiles. Fits in hand. LED notification makes sense and intuitive. Enough buttons for your needs Macro to perform windows tasks. Durable; buttons are still responsive. Charge/link with common micro usb. profiles are on mouse.
Summary: I have had many mice over the years, Razor, Logitech, ect... and I have to say this is my favorite I have owned. Granted that the wireless sucks on it, I run it wired so i don't worry about the battery life. The battery for me just adds a little weight for me.
Pros: Smooth fluid movement features confortable
Cons: If wireless, the battery is too short. They really should have gone with a 2 battery system, but I run this as wired so I don't have any issues with that.
Summary: Solid, dependable, all around awesome gaming mouse. Cannot be beat. The included Eneloop battery is awesome as well.
Pros: The mouse feels solid in the hand, glides smoothly, is evenly weighed, and all of the buttons are re-assignable. It tracks great on all of the surfaces I have tried it on, and range and interference is not an issue in wireless mode, and I have a wireless AP right by my desk. Nary an issue.
Cons: The side buttons take some getting used to, and they tend to feel a little more on the mushy side, as opposed to a nice solid clicky feelings on all of the top buttons.
Summary: I've relegated this "GAMING" mouse to the office applications ONLY pile and purchased a refurbished G9, it's still one of the best gaming mice I've ever owned. I'd be wary to drop another $100 on a Logitech "gaming" mouse
Pros: Great feel and Response, fantastic placement of buttons and several profiles to set up different sensitivity for. Oh, and BUTTONS! 4 Thumb buttons and 4 index finger buttons... AWESOME!
Cons: The right mouse button started wearing out after 1 year of moderate use. I first noticed issues when right clicking to aim in Borderlands 2 and Zero was SPAMMING the aim for his weapon. Still works great for office work, but it's utterly worthless as a gaming mouse... Er, except for adventure gam...
Pros: Good gaming mouse Lots of buttons and customizations
Cons: Quite possibly one of the worst mice I've ever owned. The battery life is beyond ridiculous. I cannot go more than two hours on a charge (yes, I've put in NEW rechargeable batts). I've had cheap MS gaming mice that last for days and still run perfectly fine. Why call it a wireless mouse if you mu...
Pros: Excellent tracking, button response, layout, and comfort for hamfisted barbarians. Love this mouse. After having serious issues with two razer mambas, bought this hoping it would be as comfortable. It does not fit my large hands quite as well as the mamba, but definitely does the job well.
Cons: The only cons I have found so far are battery life, which is easily solved by buying a higher capacity battery with the same volt output, and the cord. The cord is VERY rigid, and the mouse needs a completely clear surface with lots of room for the cord to not feel it resisting on anything. They ...
Summary: I think logitech mice are EXTREMELY overpriced because they're not built like they used to be. Sure, the shells are solid but when you take them apart and look at the switches, they're just not nearly as good as older switches, thus forced obsolescence to encourage sales.
Pros: Just as good as the G700 Plenty of buttons for most games Macros work decently Can use wirelessly or wired You don't realize how much you'll love the free scrolling mouse wheel until you use a mouse without the feature. The only sign of this being refurbished is the lack of packaging.
Cons: A very lazy update from Logitech, it offers nothing new to the G700 except an ugly paint job. I replaced my G700 because the middle mouse button wouldn't work, had to switch the middle mouse button the the left wheel button, which also stopped working. Then the main left button stopped working co...
Pros: I bought a new one like this a Best Buy a few months ago, I got a second one for CAD at work. This refurbished one works as well as my new one and all the accessories were in the package. I saved $60 vs buying a new one!
Summary: I used this mouse for probably 6mo to a year. I enjoyed it while it worked properly. The left mouse button had a double click issue. When click and holding, it would register a double click. You can see how this would be annoying for click and dragging.
Pros: -Smooth -Ergonomic -Weight -Wireless
Cons: -Left button failed -Corded mode is horrible for gaming because of cord thickness.