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Logitech Optical Gaming Mouse G400 with High-Precision 3600 DPI Optical Engine
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- 3600 dpi optical engine: Get precision targeting, pinpoint accuracy and consistent response at any hand speed
- In-game sensitivity switching: Four dpi levels let you instantly go from pixel-precise targeting to lightening-fast maneuvers
- 1 millisecond report rate over USB: Mouse movements are communicated to your PC at a blazing-fast 1000 reports per second
- Built for battle: Comfortable sculpted grip, low-friction feet and rugged long-life buttons that withstand demanding play
- Made for PC gaming: Compatible with Windows XP, Vista and 7
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|Item Dimensions||2.72 x 8.5 x 7.99 in||2.83 x 1.67 x 5.35 in||9.5 x 9.5 x 2.5 in||2.2 x 5.32 x 7.56 in|
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From the Manufacturer
| Optical Gaming Mouse G400 |
|•||Precision-gaming 3600 dpi optical engine|
|•||Eight times faster response rate than standard USB mice|
|•||In-game sensitivity switching|
|•||Rugged battle-tested design|
|•||Low-friction feet for super-smooth tracking|
|•||Comfortable sculpted grip|
|•||8 programmable buttons|
|Logitech Optical Gaming Mouse G400 |
Set your sights on victory with the new MX518
|What's in the box? ||Works with |
Which Logitech Gaming Mouse Is Right For You?
|Optical Gaming Mouse G400||Gaming Mouse G500||G9X Laser Mouse||Wireless Gaming Mouse G700|
|What Do You Get?||Rock-solid performance: |
The new MX518
|Game-changing laser precision||The ultimate in customizable control||Laser precision plus wireless freedom|
|Full-Speed USB Corded|
|Weight Tuning System: Add weight for a customized feel|
|Programmable Buttons: For single actions or intricate macros||8||10||9||13|
|Profile Storage: Store ready-to-play profiles||1||5||5|
|Interchangeable Grips: Customize mouse fit and feel|
|Maximum Resolution: Higher means better cursor control||3600 dpi||5700 dpi||5700 dpi||5700 dpi|
|Adjustable Sensitivity: Change dpi on the fly for pixel-precise targeting or lightening fast maneuvers|
|Hyper-Fast Scrolling: Fly through long web pages|
|Windows XP, Vista or 7|
Top Customer Reviews
The scroll wheel is a lot quieter than the MX518 (no clicking sound, super silent unless you scroll really really fast) but still has the precision "click" feel to it that gamers prefer. As with the MX518, the G400 can switch DPI on the fly, but the other buttons won't do much out of the box unless you download the software from Logitech's website (there is no included CD). They can be programmed by application without downloading the software. I use one of the thumb buttons as a "push to talk" in Ventrilo, and I did not even have to reprogram it when I switched out my old MX518.
Some specs at a glance:
+ 400-3600 DPI
+ 5.8 megapixels per second tracking
+ 1 millisecond USB report rate
+ 133g total weight
+ lightweight 15g cord
+ 10 million-click button life
+ 250km feet life
The big difference over the MX518 is the 3600 DPI precision--twice that of the MX518--and 1ms response. I've always been a fan on the MX518, and this upgrade to the G400 is very nice, and very affordable. I love it!
--My Credibility: I have competed in gaming leagues playing Counter-Strike back in the day.
--I have tried out the Logitech G500 & G700 before settling for the G400. Both mice are a little larger and have unnecessary buttons that is not practical. (who the hell needs 10 buttons on a mouse! Incorporate your keyboard! that's the point of your left hand.)
The G400 is the direct successor of the MX518, which is regarded as a legendary mouse among the community. I still use my MX518 at work and its going strong for 6+ years already. The G400 version is actually 10-20% lighter than the MX518.
Who cares about over 900000000 DPI. All the Pro Gamers (even today in Korea) still use basic 2 button mice to game competitively.
Optical vs Laser? The only person who should worry about this is the person who uses their mouse on a glass table, but really who the hell would do that anyways?
"Gaming" mouse vs "Non-gaming" mouse: This is marketing. Buy a mouse based on how it FEELS after extended use and not what others say or how much reviews it has. Don't pay attention to specs. Its the player that wins the game, not the mouse!
-Lighter than MX518
-Works out of the box (no CD package or install required)
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS.
The G400 at the current price of $31.99 shipped is a best buy in my opinion. Couple it with the SteelSeries QcK mouse pad at $9.99 shipped, and you will have a wonderful combination for gaming or general computing.
My hand is 7.5 inches from tip of middle finger to wrist. I can use the mouse in the palm grip or claw grip. Both grips are very comfortable to me. The right and left click is good as it gets, and the Omron switches are rated at 10 million clicks.
I had to modify the grip on the right front side of the mouse because there is a thin hard ridge of rubber that protrudes, and it irritates my ring finger when it is hanging off of it. The G400 mouse grip is designed for one to keep three fingers on the mouse click area. I left click with my forefinger and right click with my middle finger, and my ring finger usually just hangs off the side of the mouse, or I have it against the side of the mouse for grip.
The thin hard ridge of rubber at the front right side of the mouse had to go, so I used a dremel with sanding drum and sanded it off. Then I took an emery board and sanded it smooth. Now I can use it with three fingers on the mouse click area, or let my ring finger dangle off the side of it, or use my ring finger to actually grip the side along with my pinky finger.
From what I read, the G500 does not have the rubber ridge on its grip. The G500 costs over twice as much as the G400, so modifying the grip of the G400 was dollar wise in my situation.
If you loved your previous Logitech MX-518, I'm afraid you're likely to be sorely disappointed with this supposed successor, the Logitech G400.