Reviewed on 2011-09-28
Back in 2002, when , Logitech released the MX500 gaming mouse into a market where optical mice were in the minority. The shape of the mouse proved extremely comfortable and popular with gamers, and Logitech has since released a range of wireless ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-09-05
Advertisement, Advertisement, I've slaughtered nations of prancing polygon people with the original MX518. Using the G400 is like picking up my favorite gun again after being separated it from it a very long time—think Nicholas Cage and his twin gold pist...
This is perhaps blasphemy, but the truth is, I don't think anybody can credibly claim anymore to perceive any kind of lag differential between modern wired and wireless gaming mice. Wireless is good now, with polling frequencies that match wired mice. So...
I probably can't review this mouse without being bias, as the internet's most eloquent inhabitants would put it. It's the mouse I judge all other mice against, remastered for 2011. Like if George Lucas released the original trilogy, unaltered, but in reti...Read more >