Summary: A very good mouse. I don't play Call of Duty, but at the time I bought it, this one was about $15 cheaper than the standard. Looking at the list price now it's probably not worth the price though ($239)! Despite listing special green led lighting the led colors can be set just like the regular version.
Summary: oh gosh, this is an ugly mouse with the CoD logo on it, especially since I'm not a CoD fan at all but it was a "sale" price version of the G9X I was going to get anyway. I've had it for almost a year now and the logo (sadly) hasn't worn off nor have I painted over it, you know, since I'm using it, I don't see it.
Summary: I bought the MW3 version for the large discount but I went through two in a year. I found the spindle/gear for the scroll broke very easily and happened to two units. Other than that I loved the weights, interchangeable grips, etc.
Summary: And saved a bunch of money by getting this ridiculously branded mouse. The tracking is great for a laser sensor and the adjustable weights are awesome (I use +8 grams typically). The larger, rougher grip is perfect for my averaged sized hand to use it in a fingertip grip. The main two buttons are on the lighter side, exactly what I like. The forward and back buttons aren't quite where I rest my hand but it really isn't bad.
Summary: Logitech owns the mouse business.G9X solid adjustable pretty and fits my right hand nicely.On the fly sensitivity is a must have.I sometimes miss the speed adjust button and fire the weapon instead.The placement while correct, may to be refined.I dont want to fire a weapon and give away my position when i try to adjust the dpi.I have never owned a RAZOR mouse.Cant get past the logitechs.RAZOR is a finger tip mouse and G9X is more of a palm mouse.Logitech understands...
Summary: Pretty dandy, been using it for 9 months now. I still prefer the logitech G5/G500 and the MX518, they have better design/shape. The G9X isn't super comfortable, I have big hands. If I ever have to RMA this mouse, I'll ask logitech support if they can replace it with a G5/G500 or an MX518...probably not since they've been discountinued for a while now I think. Logitech support is the best, btw.
Summary: I have no love for MW3 but my last G9X developed a right click problem that was maddening. After 3 years, going through 3 sets of feet (thanks Logitech) + a roll of teflon tape its not really upsetting me that much and the left button was nearly worn through too, starting to get transparent so it was time to go.
Good mouse, especially for women with small hands.
25 August 2013
Summary: I, like many others, bought it because it is a straight-up G9x mouse, but less than half the price because of the unsightly CoD3 detail. I can live with that for the $50 savings. I am a small woman with small hands (a quick measure yields 3" across the knuckles, 6.5" from tip of middle finger to the first line in my wrist), and this mouse feels very good in my hand.
Summary: Great quality mouse with lots of features. My only issue is that even with the larger case on the mouse, it still feels too small. It definitely is very short (the length of the device, not height) for a mouse and not wide enough for my hands.
Summary: If you want the G9X but don't want to pay full price, this is the way to go. I did some price searching and found the MW3 edition here to be around half the price of a new G9X anywhere else. I'm not a Call of Duty enthusiast so I simply covered the decal on the face of the mouse with black sharpie and no one is the wiser.