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...
Summary: Bought 2-10-2011 / Died 11-11-2014 --- It started jumping all over the screen and the driver stopped detecting it. Then I noticed the lights would blink all red every 10 seconds or so. It is sad that the more you spend on a Logitech product the shorter the life span is.
Pros: Comfortable, accurate, lots of buttons, high DPI, good driver support
Cons: Fragile, short battery life, high acceleration at high DPI, stutters, lag when connected through a hub
Summary: I had the last version of the G700 which is why I bought this one. It was really nice although it did have a few quirks. None as bad as this one. I really wanted this mouse to work out. I had researched a bunch of other gaming mice but none of them seemed to have all the nice features that this had.
Pros: This is my work mouse. I draw CAD all day, every day for 8-10 hours. Lots of customizable buttons! Woo! And there's a long list of pre-defined commands that can be assigned to each button. Moves very well. Nice precision, flows smoothly. Great for CAD. Fits well in my hand, nice weight. Scroll wh...
Cons: I think the software hurts it more than it helps it. It has the ability to switch to multiple profiles on the fly. However, I only need one...and it doesn't like it, apparently. It could be once a week or twice a day, it doesn't matter, but sometimes it rejects my profile and the mouse resets to ...
Summary: I really like this mouse. I need a precise responsive mouse for working in lightroom for hours at a time. My previous Logitech was great for this, but I saw this one go on sale and decided to get it.
Pros: Great build quality, comes with a nice battery, works wired or wireless, precise.
Cons: Cable is a little thick but not a big deal. No OSX support, that IS a big deal. It would be nice if gaming mice supported Bluetooth, -2 eggs for that.
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.
Pros: Good Design, Stable Wireless, Lots of Buttons
Cons: Flawed Scroll Wheel, Cord Needed to Recharge, Rough Surface
Pros: I got this mouse as a Christmas gift in 2011. The mouse is very comfortable, buttons are laid out very nicely and are easy to control.
Cons: The mouse had very poor battery life from the start. less than 5 hours of game play and it was blinking red. The receiver quit working about 6 months into ownership and after ordering a replacement, the sensitivity went haywire. No amount of adjustments could make the mouse useable for any longer...
Summary: I Really miss my Logitech G9. GREAT mouse, but the wire housing going into the mouse was pretty horrible. That's actually what ended up killing it, wear and tear to the wire around the housing.
Pros: Sleek Design, TONs of programmable buttons (may not register with most games) Rechargable, Decent battery life. In all ,this is a GREAT mouse. I've actually resorted to carting it to work and using it there as well.
Cons: The pleasing aesthetics are purely visual. 15 minutes into a gaming session I can already feel my hand cramping up. Why? Because I have to grip this thing with my ring finger and pinky. I have medium sized hands, after a year of use I think this mouse may work better for someone with much larger ...
Summary: I wanted another Logitech mouse because their shape seems to be consistent and comfortable for me. I also like the cosmetic look. Changeable DPI was also a must for me. So I didn't really have much options. I knew I was getting myself into a gamble with this mouse based on others reviews.
Pros: I find this mouse to be pretty comfortable. I was worried the 4 thumb buttons were gonna be hard to reach but they are laid out well. I have skinny long fingers and find this mouse to fit my hand well. I like the placement of the DPI buttons. The texture doesn't bother me as long as it keeps up. ...
Cons: Oh boy here we go. Where do I start. First off I'm coming from a Logitech MX1000 Laser, which lasted forever and was flawless. And because it started double clicking and dropping clicks, it's time to let her go. And it lasted me 5+ years. But this mouse does not compare, nor do I feel it will las...
Summary: Really loved this mouse's function and features. It is a shame that I cannot recommend this mouse nor will I be purchasing the newer model without knowing whether they solved their QC issues. Logitech warranty service was the only saving grace in this.
Pros: Writing an exit review now that I am finished using this mouse. Pros: Fits my hand nice, has plenty of customizable options and buttons, good weight and design for my claw grip. Logitech warranty service is very easy to work with.
Cons: Cons: Went through six mice in two years. First just stopped tracking, rest developed a double click within a few months or so.