Logitech G9X Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse with Precision Grips
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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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Interchangeable gripsGaming-grade laserOnboard memory to save settingsWeight tuning to personalize feel and control of mouseAdjustable sensitivity; shift from pixel-precise targeting (200dpi) to lightning-fast maneuvers (up to 5700dpi)Dual-mode scroll wheel with precise click-to-click and hyper-fast scrollingSuper-slick (Polytetrafluoroethylene) feetWorks with Windows 7 XP and Vista Includes wide load and precision grips weight-cartridge tuning weights and case
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***UPDATE***2/5/2014 The last few days this mouse has been acting erratically and it gave up the ghost to the point of not even being recognized by the pc in any of the 6 USB slots. Upon calling Logitech and this is the reason for this update, is Logitech is saying they no longer have this model available to replace under the warranty and can only offer the G500 or G600 as a replacement. Well sports fans I have had a G500 and it is no where near the quality of this(G9X)mouse. That's like saying ok you bought a Cadillac and we'll replace it with a Chevrolet. I was told after saying that I didn't care for the replacement and felt 'let down' by the offer and would like to speak to someone that has a little more clout because I see that they are still being sold here and elsewhere. The price has also tripled(that may be the rub)since I purchased it. I intend to pursue this and NOT accept an inferior product as a replacement. Would you? I don't think so. I will keep this review abreast as the saga unfolds.
***UPDATE***2/7/2014 Logitech is now offering the G700S rechargable 13 program in lieu of the G9X as per an email. I feel if I hat'na bucked it would've been the G500 or G600 so stay on your toes if yours goes out don't settle for less. The G700S seems like a fair trade I'll miss the weighted feature as I like mine heavy as possible. The switchable grips were nice too it's too bad Logitech let this series die. The good news is the G700S comes with the transceiver that'll work with other stuff down the road plus liking corded models for gaming it comes with a 5' usb cable and I have a drawer full of cords from 3' to 16' so no sweat.
Having said that, I do find the smooth/click mouse wheel setting to be helpful. When I play a first-person shooter game, having a click on the wheel is helpful because it only takes one click to change weapons, versus the 5-10% spin of a wheel, which is awkward. When browsing almost any other program, I prefer the smooth scroll. Being able to scroll down a page with one flick of the finger is so much easier than scrolling 10 times with your finger. Scrolling with the smooth wheel is comparable to flicking a tablet/phone with your finger and having it slide down the page, which is much more intuitive.
Overall, I think this is a fine mouse for gaming, but I wouldn't recommend buying it at anything over $80. I feel like there are better mice on the market if you're going to be spending as much as, or more than, $100.