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Logitech Gaming Mouse G300 with Nine Programmable Controls (910-002358)

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  • Nine programmable controls: Move keyboard commands to mouse buttons that are in easy reach
  • Three onboard memory profiles: Save profiles to the mouse once for gameplay on different computers
  • Easy configuration software: Simply drag and drop commands to the buttons to setup the mouse exactly the way you want
  • Symmetrical compact shape: Feels comfortable in either hand and perfect for people who don't want a large mouse
  • Gaming-grade optical sensor: Tracks great on a wide variety of surfaces and is tunable to achieve the responsiveness you need.
  • Some profile settings require Logitech Gaming Software to be enabled and are not supported on Linux and earlier Windows-based systems.
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Product Description

The Logitech Gaming Mouse G300 gives you more power, more control and more loot. Nine programmable controls let you move keyboard commands to buttons that are in easy reach.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 2.4 x 6.3 inches ; 7.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B005EWB3AU
  • Item model number: 910-002358
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (234 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 16, 2011

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Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 29, 2012
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First off, if you are used to using a large mouse with your palm lying flat against the top (palm grip), look elsewhere. However, if you instead hold the mouse with your fingertips and just the base of your palm touching the mouse (claw/finger grip) - or you just plain have small hands - this mouse is definitely worth considering.

Others have mentioned that the extra buttons are hard to hit while using the left and right clicks. I do not find this to be the case; I simply roll my finger toward the extra buttons while holding down the left or right click, and they depress with very little pressure or overall aggregate movement.

The biggest issue I've had with this mouse is that it does NOT work out of the box with Linux. In fact, Logitech refuses to support the device at all. However, if you search the internet for 'g300 linux', there's a post on tria.net with a simple bash script that will allow you to use the mouse with the extra buttons enabled, though you still have to configure the profiles in windows.

I've configured mine with 3 profiles
RED: Windows - uses the windows software to detect which program/game is running and selects a different profile for each
BLUE: Linux - a general usage profile for my linux partition
WHITE: Precision - a profile with much lower speed/acceleration settings for image editing and other precise tasks

Pros:
Nice size for claw grippers
Comfortable
Reasonably priced
3 profiles
Ambidextrous

Cons:
Linux use requires bash scripting (easy, but annoying)
VERY light (though this could be a pro for you)
DPI on sensor could be a bit higher
Build quality is questionable (though acceptable for the price)
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Danny Yu VINE VOICE on November 15, 2011
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Logitech has some other higher grade gaming mouses like with the Logitech G9X Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse with Precision Grips and the Logitech MX 518 High Performance Optical Gaming Mouse (Metal). But those are in the $50 - $70 range. At the $30- $40 range, I think this Logitech G300 gaming mouse is perfect for entry-level gamers, persons looking for more control and customization, and casual gamers.

FEATURES

* 2500 DPI - more than enough for casual gamers and person looking to get into gaming. If you're looking for fast twitch, very reflexive movement, you may want to consider the Logitech G9X Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse with Precision Grips
* 9 Customizable controls - two buttons on the left and right edge of the mouse, scroll button, two buttons below the scroll, and of course the left and right mouse click.
* Up to 3 stored modes - this is invaluable, especially for organization. Say you want a normal computing mode, gaming mode, etc.
* Logitech software detects games and let's you customize accordingly. You can customize the controls according to a specific game. You're not just customizing keystrokes, but also combinations and commands. Customization has a lot of depth.
* Symmetrical design - let's both left and right handers use this mouse.

DESIGN - I love the G300's design!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By There's No Stopping Space Vikings T. Edwards! VINE VOICE on January 5, 2012
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My main mouse is the Logitech G9 Laser Mouse (which I'm rather pleased with), and I've used many of the Razor products by way of my brother, but I'm generally always on the market for an upgrade or a replacement mouse for my other computers. Generally I don't ask for too much from a mouse, just something that feels good and has a logical button layout, and to that end the G300 has been a strong contender for my favor.

The sides are rubberized and you can get a good idea of the shape and hand feel from the picture but it's hard to go out on a limb and tell everybody reading it this is going to be the mouse they need for comfort. I personally found the grip to be nearly ideal for my hand and the rubber is placed in such a way to provide great grip even after extended use. The surface contours also do well to keep you fingers in a sort of groove down either click. It's a little too light for my tastes and unfortunately doesn't have weight tuning like you'll find in higher end gaming mice which probably goes without saying. The mouse is symmetrical, and therefore I assume ambidextrous, which can at times make for somewhat uncomfortable positioning of my pinky and ring finger but it's not too bad. All things considered on the topic of comfort it's a pretty good mouse with small points for improvement here and there.

Given the ambidextrous design, I think there is going to be a love/hate relationship with the button layout as far as gaming is concerned. I tend to mouse with a flat hand versus I high arched 'claw' style so the surface buttons I find to be a little to close together on my thumb side and entirely awkward on the far side of the mouse.
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