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I purposefully bought this mouse for office use because my desk has high-gloss finish and I don't like to use mouse pad. It works accurately on reflective surface. Also it has subtle black look unlike any other gaming mice hence goes well in office setup.
The size fits comfortably in my palm. The grip is comfortable but not the best. I also own Logitech Master MX 2S which has the most natural grip but not ambidextrous. Build quality is also decent considering its light weight. The software offers customizing button assignments. Its flawless and intuitive as expected from Logitech.
My only issue with this is the high-pitch click sound, not only on main buttons but on all buttons!. Mice cheaper than this offer silent or near silent clicks. I am sure even a gamer wouldn't want such irritating sound. Otherwise its equally good product for office or normal use.
good for gaming but expensive. built from cheap plastic. Buy this mouse if you specifically want for Gaming purposes. It is not at all ergonomic or comfortable. It is a regular mouse with good response time usually used by players and gamers. For daily purposes it is useless and too expensive. For daily routine purposes just buy a normal mouse.
It is good in tracking,has lightweight when you add lithium battries.If you dont want the performance to go down make sure you buy rechargable AA battries for the mouse,just charge in the battery and you are good to go.People with big hands might have problem on holding it long.So check the size of mouse and pick the one for your grip style.
Great mouse ergonomic and from reliable brand. But this mouse don't have always on dpi indicator so this makes hard to know which dpi without changing the dpi. And finally one of greatest option is onboard memory so we don't always rely on software it will store configuration in onboard memory. Suggestions are, wait for some time wireless mouse with bluetooth are started coming in foreign countries with same price range or if you really need mouse now and also you have only one pc this is great for 2400rs +/-100rs don't spend more than that.
I am highly impressed with the click sound and pressure. It is perfect for gaming and daily work as well. Scroll wheel has no sound feedback. Logitech G Hub software works flawlessly with this and offers a lot of customizations.
The only concern should be regarding grip size, it is kind of small, better suited for small to medium hands. Medium to large hands should consider the razer DeathAdder series instead. I have medium hands, and I decided to keep it for it's brilliant clicks.
a few reviews on here were about how the mouse broke down after the return window was up, which is why I was quite hesitant to buy this at first, but it's been about 3 weeks - a month since I bought this mouse, and everything seems to work fine. The tracking is great, battery life is great, response time is great and the software is great, but it's not as ergonomic with the egg shape it has, even for a guy with small hands like mine, my pinky starts hurting after prolonged use. Definitely, a good option at this price range, although if you are willing to spare a bit more money, go for something better.
So first off, the good - - Very affordable, pretty much the best mouse at the price point. - Wireless with the same latency as a wired mouse - which tbh is not a major selling point in 2020, pretty much every not-terrible mouse has this, but some people do cite this as a reason to not switch to a wireless mouse. - Very accurate, no in-built mouse acceleration - The software allows customization of pretty much everything and allows for more sensitivity profiles than you'll ever need. - Sober asthetics - No RGB, no over-the-top red accents or stupid highlights, no random "gamer" nonsense. Looks sober, looks good, your parents and peers won't judge you for using it, you can take it to work, college, whatever.
And now for the bad.
- Double clicking - It develops double clicking every now and again, not very consistent. There was this weird month where I couldn't drag anything at all because of the double clicks, and now it just mysteriously works again. Dunno what's up with that, its not static charge or a hardware fault. You can always claim warranty and get it replaced in case its seriously messed up (I tried to RMA mine but lockdown hit, and then it just started working fine again)
- No way to charge the batteries - It uses AA batteries and unless you use a dedicated recharging station you'll keep running out of batteries. My mouse does about 10-14 hours of work a day, and I have to change the battery about twice a month. It gets annoying faster than you'd think if you use it often and at a high polling rate.
- No on-board memory - This is not really an issue for 99% of the people. If you choose to uninstall the software it will go back to the default on your next restart, which isn't a deal-breaker but its there.
well everything is great in this mouse except its clicking sound which i do no like personally before this i was using a offbeat silent gaming mouse so i prefer to play games like that i don't like mouse making sound while playing FPS game where you have to click it multiple times. its not even a semi silent mouse like normal Logitech M331 silent plus mouse so not for me. i had to return it.
This is a revolutionary product not as far as only wireless mouse goes but also as the mouse as a whole because the proprietary Lightspeed technology has just changed my perception on how amazing a wireless mouse can be because not only its latency is as good as a wired mouse but now I don't have to deal with wire on my desk, this not only makes my setup clean but also makes me appreciate PC gaming more because now I have to just glide the mouse not the wire along with it. I have deducted 1 star because I find myself quite often pressing both the left and right click buttons which in turn alerts my presence to the enemy while playing games. In the end, I would like to say Kudos to Logitech for making such an amazing mouse and also to Amazon for the delivery.
Been a Logitech fan for years , I own two Logitech g510s , two Logitech g102 and now this , infact it was my good experience with g102 that let me to buy this one , it’s very similar to g102 except for better sensors and of course wireless . If u are someone who enjoyed Logitech’s g102 and moving to this model , I would suggest to insert light weight batteries , cause even though Duracell have better performance(extended battery life wise) but it makes mice heavier , u can easily switch to normal ever ready type batteries to lower few grams