Logitech G9 Laser Mouse
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- Interchangeable grips
- Ultra gaming-grade precision
- Plug-and-play performance
- Weight tuning system
- Custom-color LED display
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Logitech G9 Laser Gaming Mouse with interchangable grips
From the Manufacturer
Tune for the way you play.
The G9 Laser Mouse is built with advanced customization technology so you can tune your mouse for your playing style. It comes with two interchangeable grips from which to choose for your preferred comfort. A 3200 dpi full-speed USB laser engine with adjustable dpi, as well as onboard memory that stores up to 5 mouse setting profiles, give you the most advanced performance. For more control, the G9’s weight tuning system allows you to add up to 28 grams of additional weight, while the exclusive MicroGear™ Scroll Wheel lets you switch between modes -- click-to-click and hyper-fast scrolling. Finally, custom-color LEDs let you customize the G9 look for a mouse that’s all your own.
|Interchangeable Grips |
The G9 comes with Wide Load and Precision grips to get a fit and feel that’s best for the way you play. Wide Load's soft satin feel and fuller shape offer extra comfort. Precision Grip's DryGrip technology plus compact shape give the utmost in fingertip control.
|Ultra Gaming-Grade Precision |
Get uncompromised speed and accuracy from a high-performance Gaming-Grade Laser Engine (adjustable 200 dpi - 3200 dpi) and Full-Speed USB (up to 1000 reports/second).
|Plug-and-Play Performance |
The G9 performs wherever you go, even without software. Keep up to 5 mouse setting profiles (including keyboard macros, dpi settings, and LED color) stored directly in on-board memory.
|Weight Tuning System |
Prefer a heavier or lighter mouse? Use the weight cartridge and up to 28 grams of metal weights to customize your G9 for a personalized feel.
|Custom-Color LED Display |
The G9's LED display lights up to show your mouse dpi and profile settings. Choose the color of your LEDs from hundreds of options on a broad color spectrum.
|MicroGear™ Precision Scroll Wheel |
Logitech's exclusive MicroGear™ Scroll Wheel's precise click-to-click scrolling is perfect for weapon selection. Or switch modes for frictionless Hyper-Fast scrolling.
- Windows® XP, Windows Vista™
- USB port
- Resolution: 200–3200 dpi (user-selectable)
- Image processing: 6.4 megapixels/second
- Maximum acceleration: 20 G
- Maximum speed: 45–65 inches/second (depending on surface)
- USB data format: 16 bits/axis
- USB report rate: Up to 1000 reports/second
- Sleep mode: Disabled
- Dynamic coefficient of friction (k): .09**
- Static coefficient of friction (s): .14**
- Tuning weight: Up to 28 grams
- Mouse buttons (left/right): 8 million clicks
- Mouse feet: 250 kilometers
- Logitech® G9 Laser Mouse
- Two custom grips (Wide Load and Precision)
- Adjustable weight cartridge
- Tuning weights and case
- User guide
- 3-year limited warranty
Top Customer Reviews
I have used my trusty G9 for general computer use as well as for FPS, RTS, and MMO style games. I have been able to dominate at Call of Duty type games that require quick and accurate input.
The mouse fits under the hand and moves with ease. It glides smoothly and seamlessly across the desk surface. I use it with my wrist joint anchored on the table and articulate the device with my hand muscles. The mouse feels like a natural extension of the body and interface with the computer. It translates my inputs to the computer screen just as I would expect it to. It accurately distinguishes fine adjustments from large movements and replicates whichever I intend.
The cord does not seem to get in the way or impede mouse movement.
I do not use the fancy programmable functions any longer.
I have not experienced any sticking of the buttons even after the many years I have snacked on the computer and had sticky fingers.
If I could describe the G9 with one word, it would be "natural."
A downside to this mouse is you will immediately notice the inferiority of other mice when on a public or friend's computer.
This mouse is pretty amazing in its feature set. The software works in Windows Vista 64. However I suggest going to the logitech site and downloading the latest version there for your OS. Once you download it you can set the functions of the various keys and the sensitivity of the laser, the sampling rate (the rate in which the mouse measures movement, from my understanding). You can also save and create profiles or change the color of the light.
The amazing thing is once you set your preferences all that data is saved on the mouse itself! So say you set the side thumb buttons to increase or decrease the volume. You can now go to a different computer or OS and that button will perform the same function. Even in the OS that you installed the mouse software, you don't need the software running in the background to use your macros or switch profiles. Amazing! If you're worried that buying a high end mouse like this means another process in your process tree, don't.
The pads on this thing are unbelievable smooth. Using it on a wood surface almost feels like gliding on the the table. I would imaging using this with some sort of ultra smooth mouse pad would be absolutely incredible.
Of course the question is, given this price, do you really need all that functionality? Do you really need a mouse that can do 2000 dpi?
Coming from a cheap wireless optical mouse I thought the idea of 2000 dpi was awesome. But once you tried it out I realized that it was simply overkill. It is way too sensitive. So i tried my settings with a maximum of 1800 and it was still too sensitive to play an fps with. Imagine turning the sensitivity bar in the options menu of your game to max. Finally I settled with a setting of 800 1000 1200 and 1600 dpi increments. Even then I constantly run it in 1000 dpi, while surfing or gaming. I only occasionally adjust it while playing a brand new game if the sensitivity isn't right. Of course the same effect can be accomplished much more cheaply via the sensitivity bar in the game's options menu.
So basically don't let dpi be the selling point for this mouse, increasing dpi is just like increasing "sensitivity" in the options.
Finally the high sampling rate might be another selling point. But again do you really need it? Frankly I couldn't for the life of me tell the difference between 1000 sampling rate and 1500. Also keep in mind that a higher sampling rate will require more processing power, taking away from game performance.
As for comfort well I found that adding weight to it makes it travel less smooth. So the feature of being able to add weight to it is again unnecessary, for me at least, since I prefer the travel to be as smooth as possible.
Buy this only if you have $65 to burn and you really can't think of anyplace else to spend it (some surround sound headphones maybe). If you've been getting by with your trusty old mouse then save your money. I honestly don't think the features are necessary. If you might lose your job in the next 6 months but you really need a gaming mouse and are thinking about this or something that costs less, buy the one that costs less.
I apologize for any spelling or grammar mistakes, its 1:03am and I don't feel like proof reading.