Summary: Replaced my g15 mouse. Love the many features on the mouse! Fits well in my hand. The scroll wheel feels solid, not those cheap feeling ones.
Pros: Well design, uses Eneloop rechargeable battery! Can choose to go wired or wireless!
Cons: little heavy, battery will over charge if left in wired mode causing the mouse to feel warm, if battery is taken out in wired mode, a very annoying red blinking light will stay on, no adjustable weights, side grips feel like used low-grit sandpaper.
Summary: I work with CS6, CAD or 3D modeling day in and day out, plus play all types of games in my down time. For me this has been a great all around mouse. The design and button placement work very well for my hand and preferences. Around 9 months the Left Click started giving me a problem. I use it a lot but I don't abuse it. (i.e. bang it around.) I bought an MX518 in 2004 and beat it down in UT2k4 for years.
Summary: The mouse construction is great and feels sturdy. However, it is made for someone with smaller hands. Anyone with medium or large hands will probably find the mouse uncomfortable after a few hours as it is very small. The big issue I have had with the mouse is the rechargeable battery. It dies after a few hours of game play. This is not normal, and certainly not normal for a logitech mouse.
Pros: Very sturdy, responsive and accurate
Cons: Not great ergonomics for anyone with a medium or large hand (the mouse will feel tiny), The battery dies very quickly, and the charging cable is quite annoying
Great mouse but comes with a well-documented problem
Gravy Robber, Amazon
4 October 2013
Summary: I liked this mouse enought to buy another one when the first suffered from the known double-click issue. That is when you click once on the left mouse button and it registers as a double click. The first mouse was just outside the 1-yr warranty and Logitech refused to repair for free. So I decided to give it another shot. This one is 4 months old and it is happening again. Will have to find an alternative until Logitech admits to and repairs this issue.
Summary: The mouse performs admirably well in wireless mode and the Logitech software is amazing. That being said, the ergonomics feel weird in my rather large hands,there's no ring finger/pinky rests, it feels like there is no comfortable way to hit those side keys that stick out the mouse with their odd shape. The charging wire is definitely not a "play n' charge" wire, it is so bulky and stiff that it feels like you're dragging a boulder around.
Summary: I have owned most of the high-end wireless Logitech mice in my lifetime and after the rechargeable batteries in my G7 and MX Revolution gave up, I decided to give the G700 a shot. Initially, my opinion was positive, but the more I tested the G700, the more the warts started to show. It's still a very good gaming mouse, but it has two main flaws that make it almost unusable for me.
Pros: Good Design, Stable Wireless, Lots of Buttons
Cons: Flawed Scroll Wheel, Cord Needed to Recharge, Rough Surface
Summary: My only real complaint about this mouse, is that when you have to plug it in to charge it. While corded the wire constantly drags and makes it much more difficult to move the mouse across the pad. They could have at least had the plug in section not be flush to the bottom of the mouse. As far as wireless itself goes, this mouse is great!
Summary: The way the design is makes the back button nearly under the edge of the thumb. That button is way too sensitive and sometime moving or lifting the mouse even slightly causes you to touch it and it functions. The software has nothing to control sensitivity so the only option to move "back" to a different button and leave the too sensitive one blank. Other than that have so far found it comfortable to use.
Summary: I really enjoy the Logitech gaming mice and got this one to replace one that I basically wore out. This one works as expected with one exception, my previous mouse was good for 2 to 4 days depending on it's use before recharging. So far I've been lucky to get 24 hours usage before having to recharge the battery on this one and I haven't really done that much with it. It's good that it can be used while recharging - but that sort of defeats the "cordless" part.