I've always liked the shape of the G5, G500 mice have, as I like the shape of the G700S.
The mouse 4 thumb buttons fit well, even if they feel a bit pointy if you compare accommodations techs more round tumnappar on eg G500, but to access them easily and 4 buttons at the thumb is what I can remember what they do :). The three finger buttons work well with those, no problem to find them and they are easy to press down. To nudge the scroll key right forefinger is also no problem. The button åvanför scroll wheel is used sparingly as it is a bit too far for me to move the index finger, but you can always tie something MACRO to it.
So what draws down on the score.
The charging cable is way too stiff in my opinion, I like the little braided cable that comes with every movement, but this one comes with is almost as large as the standard USB cable anywhere. Personally I think that the mouse becomes slightly clumsy with the cable plugged in, it can be steered but in certain situations I feel that the USB cable is connected. But not so clumsy that I would not bought the mouse. Only takes away a star for that.
Right now I have only used the mouse in Windows and in Guild Wars 2, which is the mouse attached to my skills and then works very well, instead of pressing the keyboard or click the skill bar so I click of a button. Looking mouse at the time I write this so this should be one of the candidates. Watch and hang of it before and see if you can connect the cable to see if it bothers you or not. (I might have missed a little delicate cable that should have come with the package).
Often I do not take the time to leave review but because I think mice are especially important, I look back and write a few lines about my first impressions:
Logitech G9/G9x as discontinued by the manufacturer (wtf!?) There is no problem to take on this mouse. Extra buttons are something "spongy" poorly "click" but rather quiet "click".
Wheel tilt is longer than the G9 with a loud click at the end.
My 8.49/10 might as well be read as 10/10 (G9 has 8/10 and was previously the best mouse in my opinion.) The thing is just that for 10/10 so it will be absolutely perfect - and nothing I've encountered have been .
At an election G9 or G700S (if G9 was available), I would have made 700s.
Wireless devices are not in my opinion but seems to work well beyond expectations!
very good mouse and very ergonomic. Stylish and subtle design nothing that stands out but it blends in where you put it. well spaced buttons to release the scroll is really good when you eg be "read" various user conditions.
There are 11 buttons that you can do what you want with, however, is 7 that will be used extensively. "Middle button" is useless and will only be used to replace dpi or check the battery. It is not possible to access key scroll is just in front of it (which is also much higher) it had been the other way around it would have been okay.
The two that are left and right of the scroll is quite okay but they are a little slow to push down and does not feel right to use in the game. the other 7 are really good though and sits right where you want them. and 7 is often sufficient for ordinary RPG game. when it comes to the MMO can scrollens right and left, however, be needed, but they do well to buffing and macros. You can also assign a "sniper" button and unlike the G502, which I also have tested there this no delay in the program.
for those who have very low DPI and often lift the mouse, this mouse feel a bit uncomfortable in the beginning as it is rather tail-heavy and happy is against the carpet in the back when lifting it.
The mouse is wireless and it gives it some drawbacks. why it is back-loaded, the battery is sitting at the back it goes, however, run the cord but without battery then disappear this problem.
cord that comes with, however, is very stiff. it does not so much on the surface of the mouse are empty of objects but it will be very difficult to control if there are objects in the path of the cord. However, you can use the USB mini cable whatsoever which solves this problem (the same cord to charge Android phones with)
great advantage is that you can recharge your mouse using a standard phone charger which fills to a maximum of about 60min, which is very good.
Battery life is acceptable have not driven so much on energy saving mode but maximum performance is the battery for 3-4 days if you turn off the mouse at night can count on your mouse when running 8-10 hours per day at least 3-5 hours of play
But the performance is really maximal are no differences on this and a wired mouse raporteringshastigheten is the same as all mice with a lead (1000 / sec) and although it is a laser sensor, I see no signs that the mouse would accelerate. has done many test between it and the optical G502 and I see no difference. However, the sensor sits below the mouse, which means that the sensor moves further on the same hand twist as some other mice fairly easy to correct, however, tend to run in 1350 in response to the 1500 and it will be quite similar.
- Very ergonomic (among the best)
- Can be charged with a standard phone charger which is much faster than the computer.
- Wireless performance without fail
- Well position the buttons.
- Battery life could have been better (but okay considering the performance + fast charge)
- The cord that comes with is just too rigid. (However, exchangeable)
- Slightly tail-heavy, combined with poor grip on the right side makes it difficult to lift some rubber had been great (get used to it though)
- "Middle button" is useless, scroll buttons could have been easier to press down.
a good mouse for those who play the most. does well for both FPS and MMO and everything in between. However, if you want to play around the clock at maximum performance without the cord, I would recommend a wired mouse then better wireless can not be found.
Once it works, then it is magical ... The battery lasts a few hours, max .. has the wireless so you can not see how much battery is left for some fucking reason. If you connect the charger and run with the charger for a while and then unplug the charger when the mouse seems to lose the connection. It works, sort. But can not click on everything and close applications, and more and more .. Ugh ..
Update: I have now had the mouse for about a month and today I got enough. Threw shit at the wall and is now musjävlen in heavy trash where it belongs. Went back to my QPAD instead. The problem I had with Logitech mouse is:
1. Battery life is minimal. Ridiculous to even call the mouse wireless when 70% out of time must have shit connected.
2. Sometimes when you unplug the damn thing so drop it like I said Association, have Googled and tried me out but can not find solution.
3. The scroll broke down when I pounded the mouse in the table a few times (I did this for the bastard dropped connection)
Thank you and goodbye.
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