Logitech G500 Programmable Gaming Mouse
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- Gaming-grade laser gives you precision at any speed
- Up to 27 grams of extra weight give you the feel you want in your hand
- Onboard memory lets you take your settings with you
- Dual mode scroll wheel provides click-to-click or hyper-fast scrolling
- On-the-fly adjustable DPI gives you the right level of precision for any game scenario. Mouse also comes with 10 programmable buttons
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The Logitech Gaming Mouse G500 is your weapon of choice for precision and control. Gaming-grade laser gives you game-changing precision at any hand speed (from 200 to 5700 dpi). Onboard memory lets you save and take your settings for your favorite title with you - no software required. Plus, weight tuning for personalized feel and control.
From the Manufacturer
The Logitech Gaming Mouse G500. Your weapon of choice.
When it comes to gaming, the smallest details can make a difference between winning and losing.The Logitech Gaming Mouse G500 provides unparalleled precision, control, and comfort. It offers a gaming-grade laser that allows for smooth precision at any hand speed. Onboard memory lets you take your settings for your favorite titles wherever you go – with no added software. Personalized weight tuning of up to 27 grams gives you the feel you want and more control. The dual-mode scroll wheel provides click-to-click scrolling that's perfect for weapon selecting in games and the hyper-fast scrolling is ideal for flying through long web pages. On-the-fly adjustable dpi allows for precision targeting (200 dpi) to lightning fast maneuvers (up to 5700 dpi). And 10 programmable buttons gives you the ability to outmaneuver your opponent. The game is in your hands.
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Gaming grade laser offers smooth precision
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Powerful onboard memory
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Weight tuning gives you options
Dual-mode scroll wheel with hyper-fast scrolling
On-the-fly adjustable DPI
Programmable buttons put macros in your hand
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What's in the Box
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|Gaming-grade specifications: |
Tracking Resolution: 200 – 5700 dpi
Image processing: 12 megapixels/second
Max. acceleration: 30G*
Max. speed: up to 165 inches(4.19 m)/second*
USB data format: 16 bits/axis
USB report rate: Up to 1000 reports/second
Sleep mode: Disabled
Dynamic coefficient of friction – Mu (k): 0.09**
Static coefficient of friction – Mu (s): 0.14**
Tuning weight: Up to 27 grams
Buttons (Left / Right): 8 million clicks
Feet: 250 kilometers
*Tested on most popular gaming-mousepad surfaces
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Little did I realize, it's good performance with the other PC was just dumb luck. After about another year, I plugged this sucker back into my original desktop gaming PC (after a BIOS update), and it worked fine for a month or two. The problems I'd been having with the left mouse button not responding (or sending left-mouse click signals even when not physically pressed) started again. I installed the newest drivers, restarted the system, cold-booted it... nothing has worked.
I've seen many other users with the same issue; no matter how cool this mouse may be, with all the extra weights and what not (for gamers), a quirky to non-functional left mouse button earns it a one-star rating.
Logitech's mouses and speakers have been lemons for me, the past few years, and I will discontinue buying their products from here on out.
I'd have given this mouse 5 stars, but there is an odd phenomenon that I've noticed using this mouse. Periodically a single click on the left button will register as a double click. This makes using the mouse for email painful, so instead of selecting an email, instead the email will open. Or click+drag operations will periodically not stick as it will register click+click+drag and end up not dragging at all. Gaming has become irritating as moving spells around the action bars is hit or miss due to the aforementioned click+drag issue. Obviously this double click problem is a problem. Googling around it doesn't look like there is going to be much relief from the Logitech community on this problem. Just to forgo any misgivings, the rig this is running on is a newly built rig running Windows 7 x64 with up2date drivers from Logitech as well as MSI for the motherboard+drivers. I was hoping that it may have been something to do with the USB drivers, but alas, the problem persists no matter what I try no matter which port I use.
Sadly I think this will be the best Logitech mouse until the problem gets fixed. I'm looking at alternatives now as the double click problem has become a point of massive irritation and I must say goodbye to this mouse after only a short period of usage. If your a gamer, I'd think twice about this mouse.