Summary: Great mice that is both durable and comfortable, would really do well with an additional weight system. It fits really well in the hand, thanks to ergonomic design of the mouse. As I have sweaty palms, I expected that the coating of the mice to wear off quickly. I was greatly reassured when, not only did the coating and paint work stayed on, the mice still looks as good as new after a few months of heavy usage.
Excerpt: As others have noted, the charging wire is far too stiff; the technology for much softer and more flexible cable is readily available. For a pricey device like this, there's no excuse for not utilizing it. Don't they do ANY user testing?Using the mouse with this cable is an experience you will very quickly learn to dislike. Consider it for emergency usage only.The shape is nicely sculpted, although the four side buttons are a little awkward to sort out tactilely.
Summary: I bought this mouse to use mobile with my Toshiba Qosmio X75-A7180. I created a mobile work/gaming environment and need a good wireless mouse that was affordable. This mouse fit that bill perfectly. The feel and performance is wonderful when playing Skyrim, Elder Scrolls online, minecraft, Starcraft, Deus Ex, and Hitman. To mention a few of my favorite games.
Summary: I own/use the G700 (>1yr) but i have read about similar left-click issues with the G700s. This suggests that this is a recurring problem with this series of Logitech mice. The problem is when i left-click it doesn't register unless i press hard or press close to the front. Maybe it's just old. The wheel has two modes and feels solid and powerful as well. You can customize it in many ways. Worth mentioning that it supports side click as well.
Pros: Best mouse out there
Cons: Very very often this mouse will make the "alt" key on your keyboard get stuck, disabling you from doing a lot of common tasks like typing or doing anything really.
Summary: It's a wired / wireless mouse, and can be operated either off the nano-wireless receiver or the USB charging cable. As the battery life is terrible, only about 6-10 hours (and that's in power saving mode,) you will find you need to keep it charged whenever not in use, keep spare rechargeable batteries around, or plug it in and use it that way.
Summary: I got this to replace an older version of this mouse, as My old one lost the function of the middle mouse button, and the battery was only lasting an hour at best. I like the feel of this mouse. Nice and grippy by the thumb, smooth on the top. Being able to switch mouse sensitivity on the fly is very hand as well. Gaming or otherwise. Also, the lazer on this model is much better than the old one, I can use this on the arm of my easy chair with no issues at all.
Summary: I test alot of mice and this one has to be on the more expensive side although it is also on the more efficient side of gaming mice. The G11 button takes more than a second to press and is hard to utilize for gaming that requires split second decisions. Still there are many other buttons so overall this mouse is amazing.
Pros: Adjustable dpi, 13 buttons, wired and wireless!!!
Summary: I own/use the G700 (>1yr) but i have read about similar left-click issues with the G700s. This suggests that this is a recurring problem with this series of Logitech mice. The problem is when i left-click it doesn't register unless i press hard or press close to the front. Maybe it's just old. That said, the user-friendliness and features of the G700 (which are almost identical to the G700s) are very satisfying.