Summary: Love this mouse, adjustable dpi for great gaming experience, programmable buttons on side are a must have and the ergonomics were spot on but...the wire is slowly pulling out from the base of the mouse, and it just finally is dying. I don't abuse my electronics so I'm not sure why it went so fast nor do I sit in moms basement for 12 hours a day gaming ;) I would say it gets moderate use, on a light day an hour and 4 hours on a heavy one.
This mouse was great, for the 6 months it worked properly.
William Morris Legum, Amazon
7 November 2013
Summary: The shells are well built and are comfortable, I prefer the smooth one but that's my preference. The weights are a nice addition, I've never changed them after I found the weight I like though. The multiple mouse profiles are great, I had 3 profiles set for various games. Unlocking the scroll wheel is nice and fun for binds, but I still prefer the click. Out of nowhere one day though, I started having issues with the mouse randomly double clicking.
It's alright, has a little too much options though if you're a low maintenance mouse user.
Joseph S. Reed, Amazon
17 September 2013
Summary: Admittedly I got this thing on sale because the other "Basic" edition of the mouse cost a little more and was curious as to what a more in-depth gaming mouse offers. After using it on and off I must say that it's alright but I've had another, less frilly Logitech mouse that was more enjoyable to use in general. Granted if you're looking for a mouse that you can really adjust to your preferences, this is probably a nice option to start looking at.
Summary: This mouse is smaller than my old Logitech MX518. However it is a laser mouse which is the reason why I bought it. I don't recommend this to any guy with large hands, a girl maybe. So far a good mouse tho.
Summary: Overall this is a great mouse, however it just wasn't working for me. I use a Razor Naga for playing BF3 (I assign all the actions to the number pad on the mouse). After making a new PC build, I figured I would try a new mouse. After a few hours I just could not get my muscle memory to react to it like I did right away with the Naga. I had to swap this mouse with my other computer and go back to the Naga.
Summary: I replaced the G500 with this but after a few weeks one of the buttons seems not to work or activates like it suppose to. maybe I just received a bad one. if it wasn`t for this it would be a nice mouse.
Summary: I wanted a good gaming mouse but did not want to spend a ton of money. After reading many reviews of the G9X I decided on this COD version as it was discounted over the regular G9X. I just got it yesterday and have used it for 3-4 hours of gaming so far. After getting the profiles and sensitivity set, away I went. I immediately loved the precision, adjustments and everything else configurable about this mouse.
Summary: I was recommended to try this mouse after my old Logitech G3 started dying. I use a fingertip grip (not claw) and thought this short little guy might do the trick. First off, the mouse is really smooth and accurate. Tracking is amazing and I've never seen anything as nice. The cable is fantastic and braided to prevent damage.
Summary: The Bad: I ordered this product based on its rave reviews but I got a defective unit. The defect didn't show up until after 3 weeks of use. The scroll wheel will scroll without being manipulated. Seems as though the wheel is a little loose and will spin forward just a enough to scroll up about 1/2 a page. It gets really annoying, really quick. Also, when i'd push the scroll button down it wasn't accurate in carrying out the macro I had set up for it.