Logitech is a company widely known for manufacturing a wide variety of top-quality computer and tablet accessories. For a long time now, this company has gone toe-to-toe with the world’s leading authorities in gaming mice (Razer, SteelSeries, etc), and giving them a run for their money. This is saying a lot, considering that Logitech as a whole produces lots of other items, and their line of gaming peripherals is just a part of this big company.
That being said, we can truly state that Logitech produces some of the best gaming peripherals out there. Some of which shine for their myriad of features, while others are famous for their quality of build, reliability, and durability. The G700s is one such product that excels in most of these areas, providing an ample number of features, while also boasting great durable and, above all things, great value for its price. If you’re looking for a great piece of hardware that will accompany you through many hours of gaming, then you’d be making the right choice with this mouse.
But without further ado, here’s our review of the Logitech G700s Rechargeable Gaming Mouse.
A review can’t be complete if the users don’t know what we’re basing on judgment upon, and this section is meant precisely to clear that up. A good mouse has certain features that will set it apart from the competition. And when it comes to gaming mice, these features are usually CPI, number of buttons, build quality, ergonomics, and sensor quality.
When it comes to the G700s, this is a mouse that really delivers on all the aforementioned criteria. Most Logitech G700s reviews state that, besides being simple to install and setup (as far as wireless mice are concerned) this mouse, also offers top-grade precision and jitter-free movement with its laser sensor. The dual mode hyper-fast scroll wheel makes this mouse suited for office work, as it allows you to quickly scroll through long winded emails and memos in a breeze.
All in all, this mouse is a keeper. But let’s take a closer look at what’s “under the hood” of this product.
As is expected from a top-of-the-line gaming mouse, the G700s is equipped with tons of features that can stand tall beside the products from dedicated gaming peripheral companies such as Razer or SteelSeries. This mouse is equipped with a laser sensor which can be adjusted to a maximum sensitivity of 8,200 CPI. The laser nature of the mouse’s sensor grant it increased tracking capabilities on a wide variety of surfaces, including glossy plastic, polished wood, and even glass tables, without the use of a mouse pad.
This product was created with hardcore gamers in mind, with the generous amount of 13 programmable buttons, all of which can be customized to perform many functions. This feature makes it a great choice for MMORPG gamers, as they can assign their most important skills and spells to the mouse buttons for ease of access. With the G700s, never again will an enemy ambush result in your loss, as you will have the means to escape any situation at thumb’s reach.
One common complaint of wireless mice is the constant need to replace the batteries once power starts running low. But with the G700s, the batteries can be easily recharged by connecting your mouse to the PC via USB cable, so you can keep playing while your mouse charges up. This essentially transforms your wireless mouse into a wired version. Some users may prefer to keep it wired at home, and opt to use it wireless while traveling, which speaks volumes of this product’s versatility.
Last but not least, most Logitech mice purchases include the company’s software, which can be used to fully customize the product’s features. Through use of this software, the user can program up to 5 different button profiles, so gamers can switch between presets on the go. This makes the G700s an invaluable product for multi-genre gaming.
In short, here is a summary of this mouse’s most notable features:
There’s not much to add here which hasn’t been said already, other than the fact that the G700s can easily fit into its own category of gaming mice, and leaves little to be desired after using it for a while. This mouse is designed for hardcore gamers; its micro-switches are built to last for up to 20 million clicks, so you know you won’t be replacing it anytime soon.
Some users might be delighted to know that the software is completely optional and you will still be able to enjoy all of your mouse’s benefits without using it. The Logitech Gaming Software is there to make things easier for the user, as it allows switching between different button profiles, without too much hassle.
At one point, we also mentioned the hyper-scroll wheel feature installed in this mouse. With a click of a button, the scroll wheel in this mouse transforms into a frictionless variant which allows kinetic scrolling, ideal for use in those long-winded email conversations.
Some users might feel uncomfortable with this product’s ergonomically-designed shape, as it forces their hand into a certain position in order to properly operate the hardware. This can be particularly troublesome when using certain grips, such as the claw or fingertip grips.
Another drawback that can basically apply to all wireless mice is that, depending on your setup, you might need to unplug something from your USB slots to accommodate the dongle required for your mouse to pair with the computer. Another popular option is to purchase a USB hub to expand your available slots.
The G700s is a great mouse whether you’re looking to build a new PC or upgrade from a previous hardware. The sheer amount of features will ensure that you’re the one dominating on the battlefield, and not the other way around. Its slick and conservative design, coupled with comfortable ergonomics can also make this mouse a great choice for use in the workplace.
All in all, you can’t go wrong with this mouse.
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