Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum Wireless/USB Optical Gaming Mouse (910-004558)

  • Model #: 910-004558
  • Web Code: 10418002
  • Release Date: 04-20-2016
Sold and shipped by: Best Buy
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Latency can make all the difference when you're in a high-pressure game situation. The G900 Chaos Spectrum features a 1 millisecond report rate and optimized 2.4GHz wireless connection to give you the edge in eSports competition. Its PMW3366, state-of-the-art optical gaming sensor makes this one of the best gaming mice on the market.

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  • Blazing-fast one-millisecond response rate for superior latency
  • Optimized 2.4GHz wireless connection is so fast it outperforms wired gaming mice
  • Clock-tuning technology significantly reduces sensor power draw, so you can play for a continuous 30 hours on a single charge (24 hours with default lighting)
  • Logitech Gaming Software battery assistant notifies you when you're running low on power
  • Advanced PMW3366 optical gaming sensor precisely interprets every hand movement onto the screen for smooth, responsive performance, even at high sensitivity
  • Zero smoothing or filtering across the entire DPI range (200-12,000DPI), delivering exceptional tracking accuracy and consistent responsiveness at any speed
  • Can be transformed into a truly left- or right-handed mouse using the included magnetic button covers
  • Constructed for a non-prescriptive grip that accommodates a variety of palm, claw, and fingertip holds.
  • Two zones of the G900 can be controlled individually from a palette of up to 16.8 million colours
  • Bring your mouse to life with "breathing" light patterns, or set your lighting to sleep when you aren’t using your system
  • Mechanical pivot button design delivers a heightened response and a consistently fast, accurate and reliable click performance
  • Precisely engineered lightweight construction weighs in at 107g, making it comfortable to use over long periods and delivering quicker response to motion

What's in the Box?

  • Logitech USB Optical Gaming Mouse
  • Charging/Data Cable
  • Wireless USB Adapter
  • Cable Adapter
  • Accessories Case
  • Side Button Caps (2x left / 2 x right)
  • Side Button Covers (left / right)
  • User Documentation

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • Parts - 2 Year(s)
  • Connectivity Type
    Wired & Wireless
  • Connectivity
    USB Wired or Wireless
  • Contour Design
  • Tracking Technology
  • Bluetooth
  • Track on Carpet
  • Track on Glass
  • Adjustable Weight
  • Compact Size
  • Built-in Wireless Receiver Compartment
  • Nano Wireless Receiver
  • Scroll Wheel
  • Programmable Buttons
  • Gesture Support
  • Maximum Sensor DPI
    12000 dpi
  • Colour
  • System Requirements
    Windows 10; Windows 8.1; Windows 8; Windows 7 or Windows Vista; USB Port; Internet Connection
  • Rechargeable
  • Battery Life Indicator
  • Designed For Gaming
  • Approximate Battery Life
    30 hours
  • Designed For Laptops
  • Batteries Included
  • Dimension
  • Width
    6.7 cm
  • Height
    4.0 cm
  • Depth
    13.0 cm
  • Weight
    0.11 g
  • Width (Inches)
    2.61 in
  • Height (Inches)
    1.56 in
  • Depth (Inches)
    5.07 in
  • What's in the Box
  • Warranty Parts
    2 Year(s)



Customer Reviews

4.8 / 5
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  • from Brampton, ON


very nice

  • from Brampton, ON

Magic in the Software

I tried multiple mice before settling for this one. It's one of the most expensive mice out there. It's a jack of all trades, master of none. Ambidextrous, which means it’s okay for both hands but – just okay. It works with all kinds of grip, but again, just doesn’t get it perfectly right with any one grip. It takes a while getting used to because it's not the most comfortable and the surface is too slippery, but after a while your hand automatically adjusts. The buttons don’t have enough resistance and I always end up clicking things by accident, but never to the point of creating chaos, just little “oppsies”. That’s the bad, now the good part is that this mouse is highly customizable, and all the magic happens in the software. If you are someone who doesn’t play around with customization, this mouse is not worth the money spent. You really must spend time to get the button layout just the way you want. Every program can have a different setting. I love that – not just for gaming(mainly play overwatch, destiny 2, warframe), but mostly for productivity. In fact, I bought this mouse mainly to use as a work mouse. The best overall mouse I have ever owned. Only thing to make it better would be to make it work with multiple computers like the mx series – I’d pay double for that functionality in this mouse.

  • from Toronto

Great for $100

Bought it for 2 months. Nothing to say about it. Too good for the price on sale.

  • from Kamloops, BC

A bit small for big hands and too light

I like it can be cordless. The software seems very good. It took some getting used to. I almost returned it but gave it one more chance. I ordered a set of grips from that chinese site and they arrived very quickly. They made a big difference in the overall feel. Thats how the mouse should have come from factory. I find the mouse feels too small for my hand but I am getting used to it. I think my gameplay has improved but there is a learning curve. Hopefully it lasts a long time and then the purchase will be worthwhile. I plan to experiment with the software settings to see if I can improve my sniping abilitys as it seems to be so important.

  • from Chambly, QC

I prefer the G502

Unless you really need wireless or ambidextrous, I would go with G502. I tried both for a while and I will return the G900. The G900 is too slippery for me and I tend to right click accidentally when my fingers "rest". Clicking on the G900 is also slightly more noisy which annoys me and seems to require a little more pressure, this can make a difference when playing shooters.

  • from Trenton, ON

Top of the Line

Bought this on sale. Everything about this is premium. Light, but not too light. Custom button layouts, customize what the buttons do, and customize those buttons in different profiles stored on the mouse, or you could set up even more on PC. I never thought I'd notice a difference in responsiveness coming from a few years or Performance MX, but it's obvious, even wireless. The software is fairly simple and intuitive considering the amount of custom options available. Easy to customize the lights as well, nice color cycle or single color breathing mode with adjustable rates. obviously takes a toll on the battery. Right now I'm at 50%, 17 hours left with no lights. Don't worry about using this wired though, comes with a long flexible cord basically like a shoelace. Comes with a nice little case for the accessories too. This is my first 'gaming' mouse but I can't imagine they get much better. Every part is high quality. Press the button to release the wheel for fast scrolling, give it a good spin and it goes for over 15 seconds. Top tier item from a top tier company.

  • from Toronto, ON

Amazing wireless mouse - wired capability

Great product, good battery life and very customization - ambidextrous mouse where you can switch the side buttons. Very accurate tracking and sensor overall.

  • from Toronto, ON

A jack of all trades type mouse.

This mouse manages to do everything exceedingly well, so it should please almost everyone. The shape is pretty safe, it's ambidextrous, and has just enough buttons, plus built in memory and selectable profiles. Once you set up the mouse to your liking you can uninstall the software and use it on any PC. It's nice and light, and the battery life is amazing. All the buttons click nicely with great positive feel. If I had to fault it the plastic on the front bottom edge of the mouse is sharp and catches on the stitching of my mouse mat. Otherwise a near perfect mouse.

  • from Shittersville

Good mouse

it doesn't change color it just stays blue and you can't get the one that does change color from Best buy you have to order it from the company that sells it that works with them b.s. Other than that this mouse feels and performs godly you won't regret buying it.

  • from Vancouver, BC

Worth the money when on sale

Pros - No wireless lag whatsoever - Light - A proven flawless sensor - Looks Cons - Shape - top of the mouse is flat (might be uncomfortable for those that palm grip) - Very expensive, purchase when it goes on sale. A step in the right direction for wireless technology. Well done, logitech!

  • from Whitby, ON


this mouse is too acryate and too light for a wireless mouse. i became too good at csgo so now i play mine sweeper. might go back to cs because i got a offer from c9 to play for them. all and all the m ouse was too good and would not recommend add me on steam: n1tsuJ

  • from Greasy, New Jersey


I got this product and was high disappointing. Bright was light too. It eyes my hurts. It's pretty saucy if you ask me. The button too small it was. The mouse didnt plug in to the hole but i gave grandson and he like good. Good product good price is was grandson said. This is good.

  • from Sudbury, ON

Great Features + Great Specs - POOR Comfort!

Hardware and features, it does everything it promises! No question! The problems is that it is NOT comfortable! It is an 'ambidextrous' design = equally uncomfortable for either hand! The lack of a thumb groove is sorely missed. The low profile means you have to grip it 'claw style' with just your pinky and thumb....your palm won't ever touch this mouse. Finally, while it can be equipped with 2 buttons on right + 2 buttons on left, you can only ever use 1 set. IF you try to equip both sides with buttons, your grip's 'pinky' side will accidently click it's side buttons. So that's 2 buttons that you can't ever use! In the end, I give this mouse a 1! Why sacrifice comfort, when you can just buy a MUCH cheaper G500S or G502 mouse? *If you are left handed, your options are more limited = this mouse is okay!

  • from Vaughan

5 star mouse

Lives up to reviews in terms of quality and build. Exceeds expectations for responsiveness. I am moderate gamer who plays 1st person shooters, moba, mmorpg who uses a 'claw' grip and I am very pleased with the feel, design, responsiveness. Lighter than I expected for a cordless, Switching from corded to cordless is seemless and near instantaneous. Battery life is much better than I would have guess from a mouse of such light weight. I upgraded from a dying g500 mouse and the transition was very easy, and maintained many of the features I have grown accustomed to with that older generation mouse.

  • from Ottawa

Probably the best mouse you can get, but expensive

I was looking for a gaming mouse for a long time and this one finally has everything I was looking for: wireless, gaming-oriented, top-notch scroll wheel, long battery life, charged with cable, and great looks yet understated design. It's very light too, but feels extremely premium. The Logitech software has all kinds of features you should check out in in depth reviews. The only problem with this mouse is the price. I should point out there aren't many buttons and using four buttons is not as comfortable in this mouse as using two, since the extra two go on the side where you hold the mouse. This is probably best suited to FPS games rather than MMO unless you're cool with fewer buttons.

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