|Standing screen display size||5 Inches|
|Wireless Type||2.4 GHz Radio Frequency|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum Professional Grade Wired/Wireless Gaming Mouse, Ambidextrous Mouse
|Movement Detection Technology||Optical|
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||5.12 x 2.64 x 1.57 inches|
|Item Weight||0.24 Pounds|
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- Professional-grade Logitech G gaming mouse with ultra-fast lag-free wired or wireless connection trusted by professional eSports gamers
- Wireless rechargeable mouse with reliable battery life up to 30 hours on a single charge and exclusive battery-saving Clock Tuning Technology for the longest-lasting wireless gaming mouse under 110 grams
- PMW3366 Optical Gaming Sensor delivers exceptional tracking accuracy, widely accepted by pro gamers as the best gaming mouse sensor
- Adjustable 200-12,000 DPI range with zero smoothing or filtering for consistent responsiveness and control at any speed
- Customizable physical button layout and comfortable ambidextrous design for left or right hand and any mouse grip style
- Match RGB lighting to your style by adjusting up to 16.8 million colors, brightness, breathing light patterns and more with free Logitech Gaming Software
- Pivot Button design ensures consistently fast, accurate, reliable click performance with a crisp, clean click feel
- Works with Windows 10 or later, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7
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Includes accessory case, button covers for left/right hand setup, charge/data cable, USB receiver
- Customizable RGB lighting colors and physical button layout
- Pivot Button design for improved click performance
- 11 programmable buttons
- Five DPI settings with fast on-the-fly switching (200-12,000 DPI)
- Advanced customization with free Logitech Gaming Software
Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum
Professional-Grade Wired/Wireless Gaming Mouse
In high-pressure moments, lag-time from a gaming mouse can be the difference between winning it all or losing. Trusted by top eSports professionals, G900 Chaos Spectrum delivers ultra-quick responsiveness that’s virtually lag-free—wired or wireless. Featuring Logitech G’s industry-leading PMW3366 optical sensor with exclusive clock tuning technology, Chaos Spectrum interprets every hand movement onto the screen with superior tracking accuracy and consistent responsiveness at any speed.
- Ultra-fast, reliable wireless signal trusted by Pro Gamers
- Seamless switching to wired mode—even in the middle of a game
- Extended 32 hr. battery life on a single charge
- PMW3366 Optical Gaming Sensor for unbeatable tracking accuracy
Pro-grade wireless performance
No worries about slow signals or delays. An ultra-quick 1 millisecond wired or wireless report rate and lightweight 107g body deliver incredible responsiveness for competition-level twitch targeting.
Worry-free 32-hour battery life
G900 outlasts ordinary wireless gaming mice. Thanks to Logitech G’s exclusive battery-saving Clock Tuning Technology, a single charge can power you through an entire weekend of gaming. Low-battery alerts and seamless switching to wired mode end worries about losing power in the middle of game play.
Advanced gaming mouse sensor
Get maximum tracking accuracy from our PMW3366 optical sensor—widely accepted by gaming pros and enthusiasts as the best gaming mouse sensor on the market. Zero smoothing or filtering across the entire 200-12,000 DPI range delivers consistent targeting accuracy and responsiveness at any speed.
Customizable fit and control
A customizable physical button layout and lightweight ambidextrous design create the perfect fit and feel for left or right hand and any mouse grip style. Use Logitech Gaming Software to program 11 buttons with game macros, DPI shifting, media controls and more.
RGB customizable lighting
Match your style and environment by adjusting up to 16.8 million colors and brightness.* Bring your mouse to life with breathing light patterns or set your lighting to sleep when you aren’t using your system. *Some profile settings require Logitech Gaming Software available at logitech.com/downloads.
Mechanical Pivot Button Design
A metal spring tensioning system and metal pivot hinge design gives you consistently fast, accurate and reliable click performance and a clean, crisp click feel for rapid-fire gaming.
- Windows 10 or later, Windows 8.1, Windows 8 or Windows 7.
- USB port
- Internet connection for optional software download.
What’s in the box
G900 Gaming Mouse.
Mouse Charging/Data Cable.
Wireless USB Adapter Cable.
Adapter Accessories Case.
Side Button Caps (2x left, 2x right).
Side Button Covers (left, right).
|Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse||Logitech G700s Rechargeable Gaming Mouse||Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum Professional-Grade Wired/Wireless Gaming Mouse|
|What do you get?||Enduring battery life and wireless freedom for PC games||Wireless freedom and wired performance for MMORPG games||Advanced wired and wireless performance for pro gamers and enthusiasts|
|Full-speed connection type||Wireless||Wireless + USB corded||Wireless + USB corded|
|Maximum battery life||250 hours||12 hours (rechargeable)||32 hours (rechargeable)|
|Maximum resolution (higher allows faster cursor speed)||2,500 dpi||8,200 dpi||12,000 dpi|
|Adjustable sensitivity and dpi switching on the fly||✓||✓||✓|
|Onboard storage for ready to play game profiles||1||5||5|
|System support||Windows 10 or later, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Mac OS X 10.6.8.x or later||Windows 10 or later, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Mac OS X 10.6.x or later||Windows 10 or later, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Mac OS X 10.6.x or later|
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In high-pressure moments, lag time can be the difference between winning it all or losing. With millions on the line, top eSports professionals can depend on G900 Chaos Spectrum. Featuring a virtually lag-free 1-millisecond report rate, highly optimized 2.4GHz wireless connection and lightweight design that weighs in at only 107grams, this performance-driven pro gamer mouse delivers incredible speed and responsiveness for competition-level twitch targeting. Chaos Spectrum comes equipped with Logitech G’s PMW3366 optical sensor for exceptional tracking accuracy and exclusive battery-saving clock tuning technology. With a flexible ambidextrous mouse design, customizable RGB lighting, and a carefully researched shape that works with nearly any mouse grip style, the G900 gives you the freedom to configure your mouse exactly to your preferences.
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I contacted Customer Support, and even though they worked with me to take the mouse back without the original packaging, they required me to send the mouse back before sending a replacement. Not as big of a deal for me, as I had my old Razer Naga which had been used for 6 years, available for temporary usage.
The warranty process then takes from nearly a month for me to receive the replacement mouse. I've had Razer and SteelSeries products to me in two days, without having to send the defective device back first, so I can use what limited functionality I have. What am I supposed to do if I have no other mouse? Be without a mouse for a month? Spend money on a spare mouse to use in the meantime while I wait a MONTH for my mouse to come back to me?
The first mouse I had for a year and the problem occurred. It has been another year, and the replacement mouse has the same problem. I'm not going to bother contacting Logitech for another replacement, I'm switching brands and never buying Logitech again. Such a shame, because they really do make well designed products, but they should last longer when the cost so much. I purchased the mouse when it cost $150. I wouldn't recommend this product if the mouse was $50.
Everything seems great on this mouse, it's just not my personal preference shape and weight wise. 107g is amazing for a wireless mouse, don't get me wrong, but my top mice are around 88 to 94g, which is a big difference in twitch FPS.
Still, as an all purpose Windows and gaming mouse, this is the best I've used. Free scroll, tilt wheel, modular design, wireless, DPI buttons, and of course the 3366 sensor, everything is amazing. If you like this kind of design and you can afford it, then I highly recommend it.
For a more in depth review, just search YouTube for "Rocket Jump Ninja G900", 15 minute video with multiple tests, including in game.
The buttons feel good. Nothing bad to say about them. The scroll wheel when in free-scroll does rattle a bit, but it's not a big deal to me since I only game in non-free-scroll mode. I love free-scroll for general browsing, though, and that was another huge selling point for me with this mouse since gaming mice don't offer that option these days.Thank you, Logitech!
Software is A+. Really easy to use. Features pad calibration, dpi settings, profiles, and RGB lighting -- all the stuff you would expect. The software is nice and responsive, none of that laggy boohockey you get with other peripheral software at times.
Wireless gaming: Logitech did it. This mouse is simply amazing. I don't notice any lag when I'm fraggin' blonde-haired punk kids with full momentum. Seriously, this mouse has "speed" and "violence" written all over it, a panther mane grew on my head and a poisonous caterpillar was delivered by the Ethiopian government straight to my face. This mouse is like skinny dipping for your hand -- it's so free and flows so well like one of the Doc's freestyles that you can't believe it's not from the future sent here to dominate the gaming community. Oh wait, it is. Can I get a RAAUUUL?!
*ambidextrous buttons (attach/detach magnetically & snap into place)
*RGB Lighting configurable via Logitech software
*Profile customization, Two modes: Automatic Detection profiles, OR on-board profiles
*Gorgeous packaging, will look great as a gift
*Horizontal travel for left/right mouse buttons. (similar to keyboard key travel. This is due to the buttons using mechanical switches)
IMPORTANT NOTE: You can use Automatic Detection mode profiles, OR on-board profiles. (G900 has its own storage for profiles.)
The Auto Detection mode will essentially detect any ACTIVE program via the .exe file you specify during profile creation, and switch to the profiles you've set up for that .exe file on the fly.
In other words, if you're at your desktop, and you launch a program that you have a G900 profile(s) for, the software will notice and automatically switch to one of those profiles. Once in-game or in-program, you can swap profiles via a user-set hotkey, found in the mouse's software Settings(the large Gear-button)->'Profile' tab -> 'Profile Cycling'.
Once you leave that program, whether you close it or ALT+TAB away from it, your mouse will swap profiles to either your default, or another profile if applicable.
If you're using the On-Board profiles, then you simply change profiles manually, via a hotkey you can map to any mouse key with the software. However..
The CONS to using the On-Board profiles, is limited space and they don't allow certain settings for macro creation, such as repeating button-presses infinitely, etc. This is why I preferred the Auto-Detect mode. Despite it's learning curve, it's extremely convenient.
P.S. Hope this helps some people, I don't usually write reviews! :D
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Oh and he did mention that he never loses the connection to the mouse while gaming
From what I can tell (and what my professional FPS gamer friend says), there is no mouse acceleration at all. It's perfect for FPS gaming.
The scroll wheel feels great and it's cool how you can "unlock" it and just flick up to reach the bottom of a page instantly.
The left and right click buttons feel like they respond instantly and there is little delay between when its clicked and when it registers on the computer.
The wireless capability is perfect, it doesn't matter if you're playing in an active microwave (don't actually do that though) or by a wireless phone, the signal doesn't get affected by interference and the mouse performs the same as if you're right next to the wireless dongle.
The auto-sleep capability is great for saving battery, I usually go from half a week to a full week (4-7 days) before I actually need to start charging it (the red light begins to blink).
The grip did feel a little odd in the beginning (it looks great, but still felt odd), but I'm used to it now (I mean it's been nearly a year).
Overall, the best wireless gaming mouse there is (note that I said wireless, there are better wired mouse).
it's pretty light so you can just glide around your mouse mat doing 360s to your heart's content, though this isn't optimal for you if you like a mouse with some weight to it. i'm right-handed and not ambidextrous but i don't feel awkward using it. i've also adapted just fine to different mouse shapes in the past, so if a certain shape is really important for you then keep that in mind. i think physically it feels good to use, everything is responsive, tactile feedback is good.
wireless is pretty much the best thing ever. i don't experience input issues or whatever so i'm very happy with the freedom wireless enables me to have. there's literally zero inconvenience and i plug the mouse in when i go to bed, though i'm pretty sure i've used it for 2 or 3 days without recharging and it still has the power to go on. i'm a trash goblin lacking desk space so i don't have space for a bungee and don't like tugging on my mouse cord but i like the braided cord either way.
maybe my only issue would be that the scroll wheel is harder to push than on a mouse like the g502, you have to actually push it instead of just giving it a tap like with other mouse buttons, but you get used to it.
this is an incredibly good mouse with more features than most people need. since i use my mouse for many many hours every single day of my life, sometimes gaming, i'm more than willing to pay a chunk of money for a gaming mouse that performs well. i'd absolutely purchase this exact mouse again. i can't recommend a wireless mouse or really any mouse more than this one. it is absolutely worth the money spent on it. i've only used it for about 5 months so far.