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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With a 3600 dpi optical engine and in-game sensitivity switching, the Logitech Gaming Mouse G400 gives you rock-solid performance for when your sights are set on victory. If you've been using Logitech MX518 Gaming-Grade Optical Mouse, you should definitely get the next generation Gaming Mouse G400.
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
It worked great for a year and then randomly started disconnecting (mouse freezes, then plug and play sound is heard). I checked the cord and it was fine, I tried another USB port, I searched online forums...finally I decided it had to be a driver issue. Uninstalled and reinstalled drivers multiple times with no success. Finally I came here and took a look at the one star reviews: most of them have the exact same problem. I can't believe it is this highly rated with such a common problem. I always base my purchases on reviews...guess I'll have to rethink that strategy now.
Bottom line: If you're OK with having this mouse work for a year or less (many people say their mouse stopped working in 3-6 months) before you have to replace it, then you should buy it. If you want something that doesn't have defects then I'd keep looking.
This is an excellent mouse that has withstood the test of time. The simplicity of the design combined with the comfortable shape and impressive performance ensures that I never go looking for a new mouse. I don't game as often as I used to [...when I was in college...] but I can appreciate an excellent mouse. Gaming is still one of my main hobbies and I have high standards when I do sit down to play.
All of the buttons are as firm and responsive as ever. The wheel still clicks and functions normally. I am always able to find the perfect level of sensitivity. The extra thumb buttons are in a good position and I map them in every single game. Every game.
This mouse got me through college and beyond. I have 400 hours in New Vegas alone. That's a lot of clicking.
$66 / 4 years = $16.50 per year, or $1.40 per month. It's a no-brainer.
After about 2 years of so if I recall correctly, the mouse cord broke as I'm assuming it did for a lot of other people. I've replaced it with a cable from some thicker cheaper mouse and it's been working well ever since. But still that's a star off because cable should probably be the last thing to break.
Also the lift off distance is a bit too high for my liking, but I think that might be a preference and not necessarily a flaw with the mouse. I've remedied this by covering some of the light with electrical tape.
The default sensitivity is too high, but you can change that with the buttons or through Logitech's software.
The side buttons are nice, but I often click them accidentally, which sucks when I'm using a web browser. To be fair, that's probably just me being clumsy, and Logitech's software lets you disable them.
Most importantly though, I've been having issues with the mouse randomly losing power. I've looked up the issue and it seems that a lot of other people have been having the same issue. The fix is to unscrew the mouse and push the power cord further into the mouse. This works, but after a while it gets loose again. It's a shame that Logitech doesn't make a fixed version of this old model.