Summary: While it does protrude from my laptop a little bit, it definitely works well at a good range. My adapters casing came a little loose but so far no serious issues. Will update if anything pops up.
Summary: Could have been the ultimate form of all the wireless mice out there, but just the short battery life is enough to make it imperfect enough to dock 1 egg rating. Logitech has updated the mouse to the G700s version, which just looks like a reskinned G700. I hope they improved the battery life on that model.
Pros: Great design Accurate laser Additional buttons for macros and other functionality Able to switch dpi settings on the fly Lagless, even in wireless mode Top of the line rechargeable batteries included
Cons: Though the best rechargeable batteries are included, when using the mouse wirelessly on gaming mode, the batteries would only last a day, and then would need a recharging with the cable. My previous cheapo wireless mouse used AA batteries as well, but they would last a few weeks at the least. No reason for these to last ONLY 1 day. It should last 3 days at least on a full charge. I don't know if it has to do with the mouse's programming or what, but the battery drains...
Summary: a little over priced but you get what you pay for.
Pros: This mouse is very large if you have big hands or prefer a more comfy mouse. It has a nice medium wieght to it not too light or heavy. It has a tactile feel (comparable to painted over sand)
Cons: the usb cord it comes with is really stiff and i mean REALLY stiff . I leave it plugged in while im playing and the cord sometimes will be up against soemthing on my desk and prevent me from looking the direction i want. I wish it came with a more bendable/braded cable like on my G9X. this particular attribute makes first person shooters kind of annoying at times.
Summary: It seems like mine uses 60-80% of its batter in a day. It does include a USB cable to keep it charged. Just have to keep the cable by the monitor.
Pros: Great look and Feel, textured hard rubber on the sides. Buttons are easy to hit and the 3 lights for the battery level is great. Included USB cable is Micro-USB which i also use to charge my phone.
Summary: I've given my pro and con on this. I give this mouse 3 eggs since it does what I need, but lacks in other areas. I suppose once you do a gaming session you don't really need the mouse for much until the next session, but the battery life really does suck if you're going wireless for more than 8 hours. Not an issue with my previous Logitech mouse, which is why it's a disappointment. Guess I'll have to keep it corded if I want to do much else with it.
Pros: Corded or cordless, your choice. See Other Thoughts
Cons: Weak Battery Life. My previous Logitech mouse could go far longer on a charge.
Summary: Great wireless gaming mouse with many possibilities for gaming. The profiles work perfectly and it feels amazing in your hand. Requires quite a bit of charging for those who game more but thats not much of a problem
Pros: -Feels amazing in your hands -Has 2 mousewheel options (clicker for gaming and smooth for surfing the web) -Software is easy to work with -Lots of ways to customize your profiles
Cons: -Get a rechargeable battery, because this thing may last 6-9 hours on a single charge. -Profile drivers sometimes crash, but not often.
Summary: I did not purchase this item from Newegg. It is advertised here for $100 (+$1 shipping) as of the time of this writing. I purchased it at a local store (sounds like "Test Cry"), for $70. Why the Egg is so much higher is beyond me...or perhaps the store where I bought it had them mis-priced. Either way, I'm not taking any eggs off the review for price; that has NOTHING to do with the product itself.
Pros: Very comfortable fit that is easy to handle and control. The 4 thumb buttons are very nice for assigning game controls. The software (Logitech Gaming Software) is very simple and the UI is much easier than Setpoint. The anit-friction feet work very well and the mouse glides easily across my mouse pad. Rechargable battery included. When the device is in need of charging, the charge cord plugs directly into the front, making it a corded mouse. Charge time seems pretty q...
Cons: Heavy Very heavy Extremely heavy You wouldn't think that the weight of the mouse should be a big factor, but this one is quite heavy. The most noticable weight problem is that the battery is located at the "heel end" making the device very unbalanced. When gaming, occasionally it is necessary to lift the mouse up and reposition it, and with this one being so heavy on one end, that is a cumbersome task. With time, one could get used to it, but it's going to take a long...