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This mouse is excellent for shooting games such as Star Wars Battlefront, the reason why i bought this mouse. I can pretty much customize all the features on this mouse.
I bought this G700s to replace my old G700. Love the button layout. As others have stated, battery life could be better. I end up using it wired much of the time because I forget to plug it in at night. It's a great mouse wired or wireless. Boxing Day sale was a no brainer for me. Hopefully there will be a G700s+ in the future with better battery management.
I get around 5 to 6 hours on a full charge. Seems I'm recharging the mouse more then I'm using it.
This mouse is probably the best mouse you can get, amazing build quality, good performance and the software is just tremendous. But has one flaw, Logitech says the mouse can last 250 hours on battery but it can only for 24 hours. Which is better than most wireless mouses I have tried.
Great mouse feels good on the hand some reviews did not like the weight of it but i think it is perfect. the only thing negative about it is the battery life. it only lasts about 24 hours. my last mouse the logitech MX would last a week.
you just have to plug it in every night.
I have been using an MX Revolution for years, so many that I have been looking for a replacement. I tried the MX Master and gave it a well-deserved favourable Best Buy review. But the Master just didn't work well with my laptop: difficulty with reconnecting and my laptop freezing. There probably was a fix, but I couldn't find it. So I returned it, and went back to the Revolution, which does Bluetooth better, but not perfectly. I decided, at last, to give up on wireless keyboards and mice, recognizing that like audio and video connections, the most stable in my experience have been wired.
Which takes my to the G700s. I use strictly wired and I don't use it for games because I am not a gamer. Marvelous! Perfect connection, always. Utter stability in every sense. Endless options and perfect control. If you want all this in a mouse, forget that it is labelled as a gamer. This is the best all-round mouse you're likely to find, especially if used as a wired mouse.
had 2 it dropped about 1and a half feet and wheel broke on both
No matter what I do, despite always updating to the latest drivers, I am unable to set button assignments that would work for WoW either in the Logitech software or in the WoW in-game settings.
It is useless for WoW, and I now no longer play it. :(
Logitech, please bring back the MX518 -- but with a better wire.
Purchased it to replace a 9 year old Logitech G7 whose wireless connection conflicted with an 802.11ac router. The move away from the G7's cartridge batteries was a bit of a step back (this unit uses a AA and a charging cable), but other than that it is a pretty substantial improvement. Precise tracking, rock steady wireless, sturdy construction and an ergonomic layout make it a great unit. Buttons have firm tactile feedback and the free spinning wheel has proven quite useful. No real significant complaints that I can think of.
One pleasant surprise is that it comes with a Japanese-built Panasonic Eneloop AA battery and not some cheap no-name NiMH like most wireless devices. Not a huge thing, but attention to small details like that are a nice touch.
Only minor nitpick is that the buttons on the left side are a bit tightly packed and it's difficult to hit the specific one that you want. Not a huge problem as it was easy enough to program the bottom and top ones to do the same thing so they effectively work as two which resolves the issue.
Recently converted to Pc gaming , friend forcefully suggested this was a must for PC gaming . Very user friendly and great for gaming. Must have for any avid gamer. Cheers
This is my first gaming mouse. I was pleased with the build qualify of the unit, as well as all the extra buttons that could be used. Software worked well and the textured material is nice too.
However that said, I have a few issues with the mouse. I have small/medium hands, and for whatever reason, this mouse just doesn't fit it well. This mouse seems to be geared towards those with larger hands. I find my hand resting uncomfortably using a palm grip (which is my preferred choice) and hand twisted at an angle that starts cramping my hand.
I like using the scroll wheel with my middle finger, but due to the way the mouse is designed, it seems to be more geared towards index figure use.
My ring and pinky fingers do not really have a place to rest or even hold on to properly as I try to keep my thumb within the designated area.
Also I never really knew this, but I don't like heavy mouses [...] I really hoped that it could have adjustable weights.
There's been a few mentions already about the cord, it is quite thick and stiff so using it wired is not really the best choice.
Ultimately I think I will be returning the mouse, either moving towards a G602, or G502. The G700s is a good mouse, however it just doesn't suit me, and so I would have to give it a lower rating in my opinion.
Shame that instore there isn't too many test mice to play with to get a good feel for the mouse and how comfortable it is in the hand.
In order to set all the buttons of the mouse to the keys that you want you have to download a piece of software that isn't included in the box.
The instructions that came with the mouse directed me to Logitech's website, but I couldn't find the 8.1 version of the required software. So oddly, I had to download what I needed from a third party website.
It's called "Logitech Gaming Software". A Google search for the 8.1 version of that got me what I needed.
After two weeks using it, here is my review.
1) The mechanical side of this device is flawless - works great, has great button response and the scroll is huge with its infinite scroll option. Definitively a well built mouse.
2) The accuracy is great and the wireless does not reduce performance at all.
3) Size, weight and ergonomic position are good for most hands.
4) Option to play wired while charging is a real plus.
1) The texture of the mouse was the main reason why I changed it. It feels like holding a nail file.
2) The cable that comes with the mouse for recharging is too heavy and firm, which makes hard to play games while charging.
3) Although buttons are great, the thumbs buttons are too close from one another.
4) The battery can't withstand more than 10 hours of hardcore playing - charging will be considerably often.
I changed mine for a G502 and it was definitively a good thing to do.
I've been using regular mouses for all computer use for the past fifteen years. This included playing games like DotA, Counterstrike, and WoW (for the uninitiated, these are pretty demanding games). After purchasing this mouse, I immediately started feeding less in DotA. Seriously, this mouse is phenomenal I love it.
I read reviews stating that the cord was a bit stiff, and it is, but it easily lasts an entire day if charged for an hour, so I've never had an issue. Quite comfortable for my larger hands. It has the precision needed for architectural design or FPS's (ARMA3).
God of mice.
a good mouse,but the last mouse I used (logitheh G9X) is more comfortable
It took me a while to get adjusted to the shape and the weight of the mouse, but once I did it was great. I like how you can adjust the dpi on the fly. The accuracy of this mouse is great for fps games. 10/10 would buy again.
Ilike the size of the mouse and the feel of it. A couple of the buttons are a little difficult for me. I do run into a little issue with unplugging the mouse in game and it does not recognise the mouse is in use and in game.
Went to buy this mouse for full price. Got to store and it easy on sale for 80 instead. Great sensitivity, I like how the software works. Wish the buttons were a little more clicky by the thumbs.
Major downside is the cord. Unnecessarily thick with hard rubber. Cloths braided would be far superior. Wireless it performs great. Battery only lasts a day and a half. (Especially if you forget to turn it off. Duh)
Bought this for my nephew who is 13 and a huge gamer. He was stoked about the purchase. How it actually works, I have no idea...
Allows comfortable full grip even with my larger hands. 11 buttons to program (13 with left/right click.) Buttons well positioned, and can distinguish without looking. Top buttons give a solid click, thumb buttons don't really click, instead have a more squishy mechanism. Surfaces are resistant to sweat: top is smooth kind of matte, sides have a rougher grainy pattern. My battery lasts 4 days on average settings (normal mode, 333Hz.) Charging cable is strong micro usb cable, same as my cellphone cable. Overall best mouse imo. Often goes on sale, so it can be a great value for the quality. Great software and warranty, I love it.
A lot of people have picky reviews about this mouse and compare it to other mice. To be honest, if you want the best mouse experience you can get, than this is it. The weight of this mouse makes it feel solid and comfortable, but it is not at all heavy. The sides have a rough texture that provides a good grip. The buttons are in ideal spots for my fingers. The software that you can download for the mouse really brings out the full capability of the mouse and makes it powerful. You can program buttons so that you can type a whole string of text with the push of a button, or you can have it so that holding down a button activates an autoclicker. You change dpi with the push of a button anytime you want. These are just a few of the features you can do. The scroll wheel is a plus over most mice, with two different modes of scrolling. The latency of the mouse can be up to 1ms if you want. If you are afraid of losing connection or something because of the wireless (never happens to me or my friend) you can just plug in the cable instead (the cable charges it AND can send data from the mouse. ) Battery lasts a few days, but on minimum settings I've even gone over a week without charging. Overall the g700s improved my quality of gaming and my friend has it too and we love it. If you can find good deal on it, and can spare the money, get it.
There are radically less expensive Logi mice that work way better than my G700...constant right-click/double-click problems for instance.
I have 5 yr old Logi mice, hard used, that look, feel and perform better than the G700...another review says the G700s isn't any different...hence my urge to comment.
8200 dpi, infinite scroll 7 G keys, 5 profile changer, logitech game software intergrated memory that saves the macro, best mouse from logitech overall but only two things that bothers me. which is thumb grip and finger grip are too rough and... there are no difference between G700 and G700s except cover color, package and DPI
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