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Logitech G700s 910-003584 Black 13 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired / Wireless Laser 8200 dpi Rechargeable Gaming Mouse

  • 13 Buttons 1 x Wheel
  • USB Wired / Wireless
  • 8200 dpi

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
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  • Adam A.
  • 11/25/2015 3:19:04 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsVery dissapointed

Pros: Lots of buttons

Cons: Overall it is too large of a mouse for my small hand.

Buttons are in awkward positions and are shaped uncomfortably.

Holding down the thumb buttons too long actually makes thumb sore, they are too sharp..

Button that toggle mouse-wheel scroll mode broke within a week, and no I did not drop it. I now keep it in stepping mode for fear that it will get stuck in flywheel mode which would turn this monstrosity into an expensive paperweight. Being able to toggle the 2 modes was big selling point for me...

Uses 1 AA, when It could easily fit 2 AAA and probably get better life span and weigh less. Built in charger only charges ni-mh batteries. Would be nice if it also charges lithium's.

The software that drives this stupid thing is even stupider. For starters I can't record mouse clicks into a macro, only keyboard clicks, and for some reason the mouse profile always resets to default on its own. The last time reset happened ALL my mouse profiles got DELETED TOO, I now have to redo all my profiles.

I also have a Logitech G13 that uses the same software and sometimes the software fails to load properly under win8.1, I never had and problems with my G13 until I started using software that came with g700s which is a universal manger for all logitech products I guess. I either have to reboot pc or stop process in task manager and restart software.

I've always used logitech peripherals for pc gaming and I'm pretty sure I'll never buy logitech again. Enjoy the $130cad Logitech, it will be the last you get from me.

Other Thoughts: Not Worth the money.

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  • Lance C.
  • 10/14/2015 1:10:34 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsGood feeling mouse, broke after 2 months, terrible support

Pros: Mouse has a good overall feel, buttons are nice and the mouse performs well in a gaming environment. the battery life is also good, and I never had any connection issues

Cons: Mouse's scroll wheel died on me after 3 months of owing it, contacted Logitech support for a replacement and got a reply with some troubleshooting tips that I tried then replied that i got no results to Logitech never responding to my email for week half till i decided to call the Logitech support number when someone i could barely understand led me through all the same troubleshooting tips i just did for an hour on the phone till they finally told me I would have to ship in my mouse before they could send me a replacement.

Other Thoughts: Logitech makes good products but the support is not good.

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  • alexander c.
  • 9/29/2015 9:22:25 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsGood Mouse Terrible Software

Pros: Many buttons
Good feedback on the buttons -- very clicky
Many DPI settings and very smooth cursor tracking
Great scroll wheel with stepped and smooth settings

Cons: Horrible configuration software which is extremely buggy, slow, and non-intuitive. Mysteriously changes or forgets values. Lags severely or crashes when trying to change button maps. Configuring the mouse DPI settings
Horrendous battery life. Must Charge every other day

Other Thoughts: One of the major reasons for getting this mouse is the large number of configurable buttons. However, due to the poor software that advantage is somewhat wasted. Its still possible to configure the mouse, its just painful sometimes. The battery life is not a *huge" deal, just an annoyance since some people prefer the free feeling of a wireless mouse. Otherwise the mouse is great. I gave it 3 stars because its a great mouse with a few glaring flaws. If Logitech would fix the software this mouse could easily be a 5 star

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  • Chris D.
  • 9/23/2015 5:06:11 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsNot worth it

Pros: - Great feel
- Comfortable
- DPI options!
- Felt great at first
- Great length on usb cable

Cons: - No automatic off/on when powering down computer, mouse dies if you forget to turn it off
- Conflicts with other USB's and/or devices (was using a G930 in my setup) ... if it wasnt in the right usb it wouldnt work properly and turn off/on (couldnt figure out issue, both were wireless devices and logitech)
- Ultimately after my exp with wireless, I wouldnt recommend wireless.

Other Thoughts: Worse logitech product ive purchased... bring back the G35 mouse

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  • Anonymous
  • 9/12/2015 12:18:48 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsGood mouse.

Pros: Very accurate mouse with decent quality that you'd expect from Logitech. I've had it for going on 2 years and it still works great. 2 buttons are factory programmed to increase/decrease dpi. Great when you're doing something like making the shift from hip fire to sniping. It also has the ability to switch mouse wheel from rolling in increments to spinning freely.

Cons: As many reviews point out, the charging cable is rather stiff. I recommend using a light and flexible mini usb cable instead. What many reviews don't mention (and why I chose to write one) is that the wireless mode isn't the most reliable. I've tried the reciever on my tower and I've also tried it with the extension cable and positioned it near mouse pad. Connectivity just comes and goes and has since purchase. I don't mind going wired so this is up to your preference.

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  • Robert S.
  • 9/11/2015 7:20:28 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsGood for gaming and business use

Pros: I bought this mouse for the programmable buttons and the fact that it is wireless, and both of those features are great. I also quickly loved the ability to 'unlock' the scroll wheel and let it spin freely, or push the button again and instantly have not-overpowering tactile feedback with my scroll. It is a very good looking mouse and has the small USB receiver, although not part of Logitech's unifying series, which is a shame. It also came with a micro USB extension cord and plug head that fits firmly and securely into the mouse for charging or use, or used as a regular charger for any other device.

I heavily use my programmable keys for all sorts of macros, which is great for business use.

Cons: The LGS (Logitech Gaming Software) looks nice at first, but leaves much to be desired. After a few hours of working, without any noticeable reason, the software will 'forget' my custom profile and revert to stock, wiping out all my custom macro buttons. It is very annoying to have to stop what i'm doing, open the software and import my saved profile again. There is also an issue with the horizontal scroll wheel not working correctly, which I've read about on several forums after purchasing.

The battery does NOT last long at all. I have my mouse in power saver mode full time, and after 3 hours I get messages saying 25% battery remaining. I think this message comes up early, as I can usually get another 5 hours out of it without needing to plug in, however it is a bit annoying.

I dislike the difference between on-board memory and automatic game detection (on-PC saved profiles). Why can't they all save directly to the mouse? Also, the automatic game detection macro's allow much more customization vs. the on-board setup.

Other Thoughts: Almost all of the reviews I've read for this mouse were from gamer's, which is what you'd expect being that this is a gaming mouse. I was more interested in it from a work standpoint however, since I do a lot of repetitive tasks that can be replaced with macros. I wanted a wireless mouse so I could move freely between conference rooms and my desk, and something with the programmable functionality so I could quickly access my macro's on the fly. The battery life isn't great, but you can swap batteries or recharge fairly quickly.

There are several issues with the software, but I've figured them out along with ways to deal with it, such as saving profiles in easy to get to locations so when they mysteriously fail I can quickly reload them. I probably would not pay full price for this again, but the current advertised price of $59 makes it much more attractive to recommend for friends. I would recommend this mouse to gamer's or anyone who does data entry and manipulation type work, you've just got to be willing to deal with the software that may randomly drop your profiles and return you to stock. Not such a big deal with data manipulation, but may be a big problem when in the middle of some serious gaming.

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  • Juan A.
  • 8/30/2015 4:06:31 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsIt's pretty good but not very outstanding

Pros: The mouse is great and has a wide range of DPI to suit your gaming needs. Two modes of scrolling. Tons of stuff to explore in this mouse.

Cons: Buttons are somewhat stiff and the mouse shape itself isn't the most comfortable out there but still, it does its job.

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  • Jay Y.
  • 8/6/2015 9:16:21 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsUpgraded? Not really

Pros: lots of buttons,
customizable profiles

Lots of customizing, physically to the mouse (more of a con)

Cons: upgraded from their classic mx518 wired mice. Thought this would be a good upgrade. Newer mice, similar series etc... etc...

-the right clicker slant. I personally do not like this ergonomic(?) design. it was too much for me and I ended up adding some padding to this.

-the texture is an odd one. never got used to the texture and ended up wrapping the sides in electrical tape for better grip. Also etched and cut in some personal grooves on the outer side but that didn't help either. Thumb groove was fine.

-Poor battery life, I keep mine plugged in majority of the time. You're better off purchasing a better rechargable then the stock provided.

-Stiff wire, and my mice on many occasions will "detect" and not operate. Very annoying and another nuisance to all the added problems

Other Thoughts: Bought this in 2013 and why bother continue using it? I didnt use it enough at initial purchase to realize how much i didnt like it. I thought I could make it work and I did after having customized it and personally made it my own. Probably should have returned it but after what it went through, there was no return.

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  • Patrick K.
  • 8/1/2015 4:16:35 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood gaming mouse

Pros: Lots of buttons, Logitech's excellent gaming software, ergonomic

Cons: The cord is pretty stiff, battery life isn't great, but you can swap out the included AA for something with more mAh.

Other Thoughts: Not great without a mousepad or solid surface

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  • Matt R.
  • 7/30/2015 11:42:48 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGREAT MOUSE!!!

Pros: Was a little more expensive than what I had hoped to pay for a new mouse, but it was definitely worth it! Its great that its rechargeable, and can work while its charging, and seamlessly change to wireless mode without having to stop the game and vice versa. I didn't really need the extra buttons on the mouse, I just needed a good scroll wheel, a scroll wheel that tilted left and right, a good solid feel in my hand, and smooth wireless capability.

This offers all that and more! And to my surprise the extra buttons don't get in the way at all! Its got a very solid and easy to understand battery life display function, and the extra keys do come in handy when you assign them functions that work for you.

Cons: The battery life doesn't seem to be that great. About maybe 12 hours of constant use til its completely dead, but after about 6 hours of constant use, its starts to lose its wireless distance pretty rapidly. The mouse works SEAMLESS Y while unplugged for about the few hours, even with the dongle a good distance away, which is important to me, because I sit pretty far away from my USB plug. But when the battery gets about half drained, so does the distance you can go, and you have to get MUCH closer ot the Dongle for it to work as effectively. I ended up running 2 USB extension Cords, one for the Dongle, and one for the mouses data cable, so that I can use the mouse seamlessly, even while charging. So although this isn't the PERFECT WIRELESS mouse, the fact that its rechargeable, and that you can plug it in on the fly, makes up for it.

Other Thoughts: As you can probably tell, I am not a HUGE gamer. So I can't speak to how well this mouse performs while in a game. But I can tell you that for an everyday mouse it holds its own. I am an IT Administrator by Day, and an Audio Engineer by night. Both occupations require me to have access to a trusted mouse at the home office. Especially when it comes to mixing, I need a mouse that can scroll fast, and is extremely accurate to the touch, and this mouse's changeable DPI settngs allows me to be extremely precise when I need to be, and extremely fast moving the rest of the time. It really is a great mouse, and I would recommend it to anybody that is looking for a great rechargeable mouse with unmatched sensitivity, and a decent and fair price!

I hope you find my review useful. Have a wonderful day!

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