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This review is from: MEElectronics AF-52 Bluetooth Over-Ear Headphone
Wireless and Wired.
Cons: Media buttons don't work in iTunes(PC. Not sure about pods or pads)
Other Thoughts: I do not consider Myself an Audiophile. Having said that, I love the sound quality. I have been using the trusty Artic P311's the past couple of years(Indestructible! lol). These were an obvious step up from those. I like them so much that I'm considering a second pair while they are only $39.99.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: More Thumb Buttons
It's from Logitech
Comfortable for Claw and Palm
It's from Logitech
A respectable 500Hz
Did I mention It's from Logitech?
The Price and much easier to reach "G buttons" near the Left Click.
Cons: No free spinning wheel function or tilt buttons
It may have killed a Legend (hehe)
Other Thoughts: If you use Claw Grip the G600 can be somewhat uncomfortable. This is the mouse you want. It doesn't have the free wheel or Tilt buttons(if it did the G700 would be irrelevant duh lol). I'm gonna miss the free spinning wheel but other than that this mouse has slain the legendary G500 in my eyes. Logitech has done it again. My only regret is I didn't see this last week when I bought the G600. It's a very expensive paper weight.
If Logitech sees this I want a version of this Mouse with the Wheel and Tilt. I'll happily pay you 80 bucks for a wired and as much as 100 for a wireless! Deal? lol
Pros: Cool Light
Lots of buttons
Really loved the lights. I made them run Red and Black to coincide with my ROG theme. Plus It's Logitech.
Cons: Doesn't work for my particular "Claw Grip". I tried it for 2 hours in Marvel Heroes (MMO/ARPG). I learned the button placement fairly easily. The problem is I couldn't grip it in a comfortable fashion. I was basically forced to always hold down left click to "grip" it. My entire right arm is sore right now.
Other Thoughts: I only buy certain components from certain makers. Logitech is my preferred peripherals maker. I will only buy Logitech mice. I am a MMO player. I use a very unique Gamepad + Mouse Combo. I've always been interested in this kind of mice, since the introduction of the Razer Naga, because the more buttons on the mouse, the stronger my combo gets:)
I'll still buy Logitech. I should have just replaced my g500. I'm not sure I can this back because it's not broken or anything. It also has scuffs on the feet from foreign debri on my mouse pad:( I've owned it for literally 2 hours.
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