Summary: the mouse is great, i bought it for gaming and the first game of counter strike source i played i went something like 30-4, BUT and its a very big but...the wireless mode works likes its supposed to but sometimes the big pings itself meaning if i click the left mouse button once it thinks i clicked like like 6 times..as well as the custom profiles i set up no longer work went the mouse is plugged in and charging..
Summary: First of all I would like to say that overall I enjoy using this mouse and it feels nice in my hand. The mouse seems to be good quality and it's comfortable to use. Looks don't matter to me, but it does look nice. Despite all the nice things I just said I wouldn't buy this mouse again. When I said it's good quality I meant overall good quality but there is one major flaw that for me is inexcusable, the mouse wheel!
Summary: Over the years, I've grown used to smaller, less bulky mice, using my thumb, ring, and little fingertips for a claw grip. This is definitely not one of them. The design is ergonomic and comfortable, but it's just too big; when my fingers rest on the mouse buttons, my palm is not even touching the mousepad, as there's just too much mouse for it to get around, and I can't use it as an anchor like I usually do.
Summary: I started out with a G700. As long as all i did was play a few clicker games it was ok, but as soon as I started playing mmo/fps games within a few weeks the lefy click button quit working. So I took it back to Best Buy where I got it from and exchanged it for a new one (G700s) I have had this one about 3 weeks and now the left click button is starting to fail on this one too!!??
Summary: The G700s is a new version of the G700. What has changed? Nothing. Just to be fair, the G700s is an excellent mouse; The design, the built quality and the wireless functionality are all top notch. The mouse looks great, and feel great while using it. However... This is simply not a gaming mouse.
Summary: This mouse has a very attractive style and feel to it, but like other reviews the battery doesn't even last all day. They say the mouse can be plugged in and still work fine even data over USB. Only one problem with that, the USB cable for charging/data is very stiff and pretty much unusable compared to the nice braided cables on nice weird mice.
Summary: I have had two of these mice and both have developed the same issue in less than one year. The left click button after some normal wear doesnt function as it should, you will not be able to click and hold to drag things around without the mouse thinking you stopped click+holding and dropping what you were dragging, also when you single click it will behave like you double click.