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- Interchangeable grips let you choose a fit and feel that's best for your playing style (includes Wide Load and Precision grips).
- Next-generation gaming laser gives you game-changing precision at any hand speed.
- Onboard memory lets you program up to five ready-to-play profiles (for keyboard macros, dpi settings, and LED colors).* * Requires additional software installation.
- Weight-tuning system gives you up to 28 g of extra weight for personalized feel and control.
- Custom-color LEDs let you match your mouse to your PC, your game, your style.
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|Tuned for the way you play |
Developed with personalization in mind, the G9x Laser Mouse is the most customizable mouse Logitech has ever built. With an unprecedented number of adjustable features, gamers can tune their mouse settings for better performance, fit, feel and looks.
Providing precision at any hand speed (up to 150 inches per second on most popular gaming-mousepad surfaces), the G9x extends the promise of the award-winning Logitech G9 Laser Mouse with its next-generation laser sensor. Featuring on-the-fly adjustable dpi from 200 to 5000 dpi, the G9x makes it easy to go from pixel-precise targeting to lightning-fast maneuvers without pausing the action.Get the gear to suit your gameplay. Play with the best.
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2 interchangeable grips
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Next-generation gaming laser
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Custom-color LED display
MicroGear Precision Scroll Wheel
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Top Customer Reviews
I own a G9 and wrote a prior review for it, indicating it was a fine game mouse which includes a corded laser driven sensor system, on board customizable memory, a cool weight addition system which is not a gimmick--I definitely have a preference for a heavy mouse, customizable LED colors, and a nice scroll wheel. The two changeable grips are great -- you will probably have a preference for one or the other depending on how you use your mouse. The G9 is a nicely constructed, accurate, pleasure to use, feature heavy game mouse, and fully capable of use in any application including games. But, this is not a review on the G9, but rather the G9x... or is it?
The G9x is exactly the same mouse, with exactly the same construction and feature set, except for one thing.... let me quote the Logitech feature blurbs: First, for the G9x, "the G9x extends the promise of the award-winning Logitech G9 Laser Mouse with its next-generation laser sensor... On-the-fly adjustable dpi to go from pixel-precise targeting (200 dpi) to lightning-fast maneuvers (up to 5000 dpi)." And for the G9, "Get uncompromised speed and accuracy from a high-performance Gaming-Grade Laser Engine (adjustable 200 dpi - 3200 dpi)" This apparently is the only difference. An increase from 3200 dpi max for the G9 up to 5000 dpi for the G9x.
My own max speed for playing games without too much twitching is 2500 dpi, and most often I prefer lower speeds. I would never realize the full speed of the G9x, just as I have not realized the full speed of the G9. I do not notice any functional differences playing Crysis, Call of Duty 4, F.E.A.R. series, Fallout 3, or any other fast paced games.Read more ›
We were wrong. After we made a few small adjustments to our grip, we fell in love with the G9--at least when using the grippy palm-friendly Precision body. We still don't like the smooth grip--dubbed Wide Load--and we're generally not fans of having to adjust our grip to suit a mouse, but the smooth response and power-gamer-friendly features that the G9x delivers make this mouse the best we've ever tested.
The Logitech G9x upgrades the mouse's sensor, but the rest of the mouse stays the same.
For the most part, the G9x and the original G9 are identical. The removable shells are the same, the internal weighting system accommodates up to 28 grams of weight, the onboard memory stores up to five profiles, and the scroll wheel switches between crazy-fast click-free scrolling to a more traditional click-to-click scroll at the press of a button. The only difference between the original G9 and the new G9x is its enhanced laser sensor.
Replacing the original G9's variable-sensitivity, 3,200dpi laser sensor is a 5,000dpi laser sensor, for true twitch gamers. At the highest sensitivity settings, moving the mouse a fraction of an inch will blast the cursor across the screen--giving you an edge in fast-paced shooters or RTS games where you need to cover a lot of ground quickly. Want to slow it down for a little sniping?Read more ›
I owned the original G9 mouse and loved it. So when a "new and improved" version hit the market, I couldn't resist picking it up. To be specific, I purchased my first G9X about two years ago when I upgraded my gaming rig. At that time - as usual - I went through all of the offerings from Razer, Saitek, Cyborg, Steel Series and the various Logitech models. That G9X has served me well but started to show some serious wear and tear. Also - like I said - I am addicted to buying new input devices whether I really need them or not. So once again plunged into the gaming grade mouse market.
This most recent foray took me to three different units. First I tried the Logitech Wireless G700 Gaming Mouse. I should have known from the start that this wouldn't be for me. I am one of those old school gamers that still pretends to feel lag from wireless units. Also, the G700 seemed to "float" on me when I needed it to be absolutely still. Then I tried the Cyborg R.A.T. 7 gaming mouse. Like others, I was thrilled with the level of customization that this mouse offered. But - in the end - all of those options had unfulfilled promise and tragic flaws. Also, the mouse wheel - which is a critical part for me - felt cheap and slow.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Of all the mice I've used this one has been the one I've used the Longest. I'm writing this review after reading some other reviews out there about this mouse. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Deafless
I've had the G9x for several years, coming from my much beloved MX518. The G9x is very comfortable, the movement is incredibly smooth, and the adjustable weights are a very nice... Read morePublished 25 days ago by slash
When I bought it, I think I got it for $60. I'm surprised to see it selling for nearly $300 today!
It's a pretty good mouse, when it works. Read more
I have had this mouse for so many years, I have forgotten how long. I have tried other mouses and most others do not live upto the control of this mouse. Read morePublished 3 months ago by prasanna
As a gamer, I would not recommend.
Here's a summary of pros and cons:
- Customizable weight
- You can change the four "dots" (looks... Read more
I guess its the left clicker. I've been using Logitech mouse's for well over a decade and this is the worst of all. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Eric
I bought this mouse about three years ago and have used it very little since. The mouse initially worked for a short time but then suddenly stopped moving smoothly across the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Andrew