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Logitech G600 910-002864 Black 20 Buttons Tilt Wheel USB Wired Laser 8200 dpi MMO Gaming Mouse

  • 20 Buttons Tilt Wheel
  • USB Wired
  • Laser
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With 20 buttons, the Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse is the most customizable and easy to use mouse specifically designed for mastering your favorite MMOs. Thanks to meticulously designed thumb panel, no misclicks will stand between you and your game.

  • newegg 20 MMO-tuned buttons Three primary buttons. Twelve thumb buttons. A clickable scroll wheel that tilts. DPI and profile switching. All pre-configured for optimal MMO use right out of the box – no drivers required.
  • newegg Misclicks – a thing of past Focus on burning down the boss without ever worrying about misclicks. The G600 thumb panel is meticulously designed for quick and easy no-look navigation. Two distinct sets of six buttons naturally guide your thumb to just the right spot. The three large primary buttons are each rated to 20 million clicks. Durability testing pounds keys three times per second, 24/7, for nearly three months so you’ll never have misclicks.
  • newegg Precise tracking and instant report The G600’s gaming-grade laser sensor will track the tiniest nudge or the fastest flick with equal precision. Input lag won’t be a problem. The G600’s USB report rate insures that all your click and movement information are reported instantly to the game. A thousand reports per second takes advantage of your PC’s maximum communication speed.
  • newegg Unlimited customizability Want to customize the default settings? Want access to more intricate macro and scripting capabilities than the onboard macros can provide? Download the optional Logitech Gaming Software and tweak your settings to perfection. The thumb panel’s RBG illumination is fully customizable with over 16 million possible combinations. Set colors to pulse on and off, or configure them to continuously change. You can also assign the G-Shift function to a button on the G600 to double the functionality of the other buttons on the mouse – giving you massive configuration power and flexibility. For precision targeting or sniping, assign a DPI Shift button to quickly change the DPI value. When you let go, you’re back to the standard value. Set up to five DPI levels per profile.
  • newegg Onboard brains The three memory profiles are stored onboard so you can access all your button, tracking, and lighting color information on any computer with no software required.
  • newegg Shaped to go the distance The G600 is sculpted to support your hand through hours of raiding, PVP, or just grinding XP. Every button is tuned to reduce click fatigue without accidental actuations. Ultra low-friction feet significantly reduce the amount of effort required to move the mouse, resulting in less fatigue in long game sessions. And the flexible, 6-1/2 foot long USB cable is cloth-wrapped for additional durability and a premium look. And it comes with a hook-and-loop cable strap to help you keep things tidy.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years

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  • YONG L.
  • 7/23/2015 1:16:32 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsName value follows.

Pros: The arrangement of the first 6 side number keys works great with my hand. Especially when you don't prefer small mice and something that isn't too light.

Cons: This is my third G600, and the second one counting only this year, 2015. Not like some people say that it breaks down after like a week or a month, but it won't last you an year or more. At least my last two G600 didn't, so keep in mind. The last 6 side number keys aren't very greatly arranged, especially due to the design of the number keys. And if you prefer small and/or light mice, this would be a little too big and/or a bit heavy for you.

Other Thoughts: Overall, there are many other reasons I didn't stop buying G600 even after the last two were broken down.

For this type of mouse, I have used pretty much every edition of Razer Naga, currently own Razer Naga 2014 edition, Redragon M901 PERDITION, and this.

Coming from the experience, I still wouldn't say G600 is a bad invest, unless, of course, you are limited with the budget.

It won't be the perfect choice, but it's still a good choice. And besides, the reason I'd bought the third G600 is because I never bothered to get the customer service, not that they don't provide it. :P I'm not that patient.

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  • Ryan S.
  • 6/30/2015 2:29:03 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

2 out of 5 eggsNot for everyone

Pros: More buttons than you can ever possibly need. Im not kidding you have 16 buttons to bind not including the 3 regular mouse clicks and the G-Shift key, which goes to 35 when you hold the G-Shift key down.

The logitech software for the most part is solid. It's easy enough to set up profiles or macros but falls short when it comes to picking or using profiles.

It has a nice braided cord.

Nearly everything is rebindable. The only thing you cant rebind is the mouse wheel scroll (tho the tilt can be rebound)

All the thumb keys are individually angled so with practice you can quickly tell them apart and avoid misclicks.

Durable feel.

Cons: TOO WIDE! The third flat click button adds a VERY large amount of real estate to the top of the mouse. This makes it very uncomfortable for various reasons, and makes misclicks more common than you would like.

The zillion buttons are nice but I found myself accidentally pressing the thumb buttons when I went to move the mouse, and accidently pressing the G-sync key when I intended to hit the right click. Thought I would get used to it, but all that ended up happening was a ton of palm strain from the new mouse shape and alot of misclicks.

Inherit mouse acceleration that cannot be turned off.

Trying to change profiles is like pulling teeth. I own a g510s with an LCD and a profile app on it. I cant imagine the frustration of trying to switch profiles without this keyboard. It never seems to want to switch when you do it thru the software and setting up macros causes the software to crash and go back to the default profile.

Profiles saved to the mouse itself are seriously gimped when compared to profiles located on the computer. You only get like 3 out of the 7 or 8 possible options for bindings. MInor complaint, but it forced me to use the horrible app locked profiles that never work correctly.

Other Thoughts: I have small hands and still found myself mashing more than a single thumb button. Would prob be very difficult for people with large hands which makes no sense because it feels designed for people with large hands due to how incredibly wide it is.

Not a mouse you can easily get a feel for by checking out a display for a minute. It felt amazing at first, but once I actually tried to use it I ran into nothing but frustration(I.E when you are concentrating on the mouse and just hitting buttons its easy. When you are concentrating on a game or a task you'll find yourself making a ton of mistakes.)

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  • Nathan B.
  • 6/18/2015 1:08:13 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsMouse is not worth it

Pros: Side buttons are awesome(when they work the way you want).

Cons: Logitech Gaming Software is awful, has potential issues on windows 7 and on.
Requires Logitech Gaming Software to be installed in order to even use it(on Win7+). And if you disable have automatic game detection then the mouse dies and won't work until you reset that setting. The menu is not able to be navigated by keyboard, so you have to get another mouse in order to solve this problem.

Other Thoughts: I've had it for a year and a half or so.
It seemed alright at first. But the more time goes on the more problems I have with it.
It appears to be an inferior product. And because of the stress this(and another Logitech item) has caused me, I will no longer purchase anything from them.

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  • Daniel A.
  • 6/8/2015 8:21:49 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

5 out of 5 eggsBest mouse I've ever used

Pros: The 20 buttons are good especially with the third mouse button. on some games i programed it so i don't have to use the keyboard at all.

Cons: None

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  • Joel M.
  • 6/8/2015 7:32:51 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsGreat Hardware, and that's it

Pros: Comfortable size for medium to large hands. Solid construction and well-implemented hardware.

Cons: The control tool, Logitech Gaming Software (LGS), is very buggy and doesn't look like it'll be fixed any time soon. A "double-click" issue has existed in the software for years and hasn't been addressed by technical support or the Logitech forums. As a cursory effort to appear like they're doing something, a moderator or support rep will sometimes ask probing questions and then fail to follow up with the issue.

Other Thoughts: This is yet another example of why I will not buy any more Logitech products. The growing failure to produce quality products has left me strongly disillusioned with the company as a whole.

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  • Amy S.
  • 5/29/2015 8:10:57 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLogitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse

Pros: Despite people's complaints about Logitech software in general, the software for this mouse was very easy to install and the many profiles were easy to set up. I was very impressed with the feature that detects what game is being run and automatically changes to the mouse mode to the appropriate profile.

Cons: Confession time: I play WoW. I frequently Alt-Tab out of the game to look up game information and strategies on forums and such. Sometimes when I Alt-Tab back into WoW, the mouse stays on my default profile instead of automatically switching back to my WoW profile. However, this is easily (and quickly) fixed by opening the Logitech Gaming Software and manually changing the profile back.

Other Thoughts: While I personally love this mouse, I will be the first to admit that it is not for everyone. I love having 12 buttons for just my thumb (each of which can be programmed for a second function with the G-Shift key), but most of my gaming friends have tried this mouse and say that having so many buttons is unnecessary and overwhelming.
One last important note: I have decently small hands (7 inches from the base of my palm to the tip of my middle finger and my thumb is 3/4 inch at its widest) and the mouse fits my mouse just fine. Some of my gaming friends have larger hands than mine (I'm sorry I didn't think to measure them) and say that the 12 buttons on the side are too close together and they have problems with misclicking while playing. Like I said, I love this mouse, but I do want to give an honest review of the problems that some others may experience with this mouse.

Sorry for the walls of text, but I want to give a fair and thorough review of this mouse.

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  • Joel M.
  • 4/14/2015 1:25:52 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

2 out of 5 eggsDouble Mouse-Up Issue

Pros: Highly configurable with 19 user buttons, a "G-Shift" button, and a mode cycling button, giving three modes (basically sub-profiles) to each game / application profile.

Buttons have firm resistance, have sharper angles, and are less "wiggly" than the Naga Razer. They also are angled and textured in such a way that makes pressing the correct button by touch much easier.

Nice size and weight.

Lighting on the mouse can be set by mode, helping you to know which configured commands are currently enabled.

Cons: A serious bug exists using "Automatic Game Detection" (meaning button presses are handled in software) causing some buttons to send a two mouse up events when you release the button. This causes the computer to treat your click as a double-click or not recognize the click at all. Stopping and restarting the Logitech Gaming Software (LGS) temporarily fixes the issue for me but the issue will return, usually in less than an hour, and the issue doesn't occur in the "On-board Memory" (hardware) configuration.

On my mouse, the bug affects the tilt buttons on the scroll wheel, which are the mouse's Back and Forward buttons. I use these functions quite heavily in system navigation and web browsing, making the mouse nearly unusable. I could move those functions to other buttons but that "solution" is unacceptable as it doesn't fix the issue.

Reports of this issue can be found in the Logitech forums, and other web sources, going back to 2012 on both PC and Mac, with no solution or acknowledgement forthcoming from Logitech.

Other cons include:

Scroll-up and Scroll-down gestures are not configurable (can't set what scrolling does) or assignable (can't program another button to send a scrolling action).

Mode switch command replaces action on both shifted and un-shifted states, taking away one of the potential user buttons.

Left and right click are required in every mode and G-shift state so G-Left and G-Right can't be configured for special actions, taking away two more potential user buttons.

Other Thoughts: My experience with this and other Logitech products have convinced me I need to look elsewhere for my technology.

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  • Shaun C.
  • 4/11/2015 1:57:04 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGood MMO mouse for large hands

Pros: I bought this because of the reviews claiming it was too large. Yes, it's big. For my large hands, it's perfect. Positioning is much more convenient for me than a Razer Naga.

Cons: Not for small hands!

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  • William B.
  • 3/20/2015 1:40:59 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsRare find!

Pros: I am not a gamer - but I thank Bog every day for the gamers - I get all the 'trickle-down' technology they're responsible for! I buy the last generation's hot video cards for half of what the latest darlings go for, and I get neat toys like this. I recently went from a Logi G11, to a several year old G510 kb; between that and the 600 mouse, I have seventy-eight macro keys/buttons available for IDE's and CAD...

Cons: If you have small hands, or a short fuse, this might not be the mouse for you. It's both large and heavy - and figuring out all the capabilities takes some dedicated time. All in all, easier than learning, say, Python... The shape of the side buttons is perfect for distinguishing buttons by touch, but comes with a learning curve - and you'll need to figure out a different grip when you have to lift the mouse to a different area of your mouse-pad - simply squeezing it twixt thumb and ring finger will usually accidentally trigger an unintended button press.

Other Thoughts: Spend a little extra time figuring out your button locations for macros, and you'll be thankful in the long run!

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  • DANNY L.
  • 3/20/2015 10:52:51 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsMushy Thumb Buttons & Accidental Ringer Finger Clicks

Pros: + Ability to have custom colors per profile / keymap
+ Nice coating on the mouse

Cons: Bought this along with a Naga 2014 to compare the thumb buttons and what a disapointment.
- Thumb buttons are very mushy, barely any tactile feedback.
- Thumb buttons are very loose in their sockets, so this makes it hard to feel the distinctive shape of the buttons since as you attempt to feel it the button will shift, defeating the purpose.
- Unless you use the tip of your thumb, you will surely press more than one button and even then. Combined with the above point, loose keys, it makes it really hard to feel the edges of the keys so aiming to press in the middle is that much harder.
- I thought the ring finger would have been a good idea, but in the end it isn't. Considering that you can't squeeze the mouse with your thumb, most of your grip will come from your pinky & ring finger. But in the G600's case, you can't use your ring finger to 'grip' since you'll end up clicking the button, it's quite sensitive. With the Naga 2014 you can use both your ringer finger and pinky to firmly grip the mouse while leaving your thumb more relaxed and ready to use the thumb grid.

Other Thoughts: As far as thumb buttons go, the Naga 2014 has a lot of lessons to teach the G600 in terms of tactile feedback, shape and placement. Maybe if I hadn't tried both of them I might have been partial to the G600, but anyone who tries both will surely lean towards the Naga 2014.

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