I use it, I like it. Comfortable, never had any issues with it, lightweight.
I don't like it's buttons.
wired or wireless
its good mouse but wireless is a bit heavy
Get model d or xtrfy m4 imo
yeah, really good shape, 90 grams, good buttons. Negative side is it has pretty thick cable so you maybe need a mouse bungee, but I recommend it
Had it. Double clicked after a few months. With Logitech, you get a product that will either last a few months or it will last for an eternity. It's always a gamble with Logitech tbh.
logitc for mouse
headset go hyperx
I have g603 which is the same shape - it has some features that allows me to use it for work as well
the grip on all logitech mice that doesn't look like a space ship like 403/603/703 is pretty bad - I had to buy stick on side grips that last approx 2-3weeks and I play max 8 hours a week but use the mouse approx 12hrs a day mainly for productivity (the latter does not add too much to the wear of the the grip tape) - for this reason I would not consider this for gaming and probably recommend any other which has built in grip - like razer viper - I know this is a different price range
works perfectly no clicking issues or hick-ups of the sensor and is accurate
Yes, using it for 3 years
I have it and it's awesome. The only complaint I can possibly come up with is that the right click feels ever so slightly different than the left click but the difference is miniscule and I don't notice it in normal use.
I have the g403 and two G-Pro's. On the 403 the cable is shit, to big for my claw finger style. On the two G-Pro's I have the double click issues.
I use the white g305. I don't have any problems with it!
I have mine since december 2016, almost 4 years now. It's still working perfectly, my only complain is the cable, which is terrible.
Have the wireless version and it's great, using it on a razer goliathus speed mousepad and i dont have and problems at all
Cable is way too heavy and stiff, takes some serious getting used to. Other than that it's good but it's really all personal preference. Didn't have any technical issues though.
No, I had it 3 months and the mousewheel went crazy and now is not even working. Go for Razer DeathAdder, very nice mouse for good price.
Yeah, bought this mouse approximately 3 years ago.
Heavy enough, good sensitivity, long cable. The only problem is software, I had to reinstall it few times, cuz it didn’t work properly. Anyway it is a great choice, but I recommend you to try it in your hand before buying.
its a great mouse in functionality, size, shape and weight. The only two problems i had with it are concerning durability:
1. Feet grinded down pretty quickly and mouse started "hanging" on my mousepad(qck xxl, fat mat), less than a year durability(low sense player)
2. Soft side grip deteriorates quickly, my thumb was through and on the plastic shell in less than 6 months(half palm grip with thumb at an angle pushing into the left side of the mouse with the tip, under mouse4/5 button. I basically made a hole)
(3. I think i had the double click issue a few times, but it wasnt that bad/noticeable for me and i threw it out before it could get worse :> )
After less than a year i threw it out and got a hard shell mouse without soft grip on the sides. I used a mouse bungee and the cable didn't bother me. If it wasn't for the durability issue i would still use it probably. If you dont grip it hard/with inwards pointed thumb and use an eDPI above 800 you might not have the problems i experienced. Which only leaves potentially the cable and double clicking.
It is good. I am using it.
you can go for g703, basically same shape, but most of logitech mouses I have had click and mouse wheel issues, however you can send a proof of it to logitech and they will send you back a new mouse
as long as you dont want to jump on scroll wheel its great
That's my mouse, impeccable
im using it for almost 4 years . I havent regretted and its a good-hold fps gamin mouse with lots of features. Kisaca kefilim yani kanka alabilirsin :)
I hate the material on the side of it but other than that it's a good mouse
all Logitech mice are worth their money, I personally liked g102 :)
It is indeed good, but some people had problems with the mousewheel-click not working properly after a while.
I had it, but I also managed to fix it. It could also be that this was just the early production and that this isnt a problem anymore :)
Just get model D/D-, same price, lower weight, nice shape
It is good, but so are most mice these days. Don't just buy one because someone told you it's good, it is a subjective matter. What fits your friend's hand might give you cramps, for example. Try them out before buying, shape is the most important thing for fps games.
good for medium to long hands with palm grip (claw at max, forget fingertip)
if you have small hands avoid it. you will suffer (especially your pinky)
anything just ask i have tons of mice
- superb sensor
- good quality mouse feet
- very low latency
- button height is quite high and they require very less force for registering a click, which could result in accidental clicks; people often mistake it for "double click" issue
Two years with it. perfect