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Pros: I picked up this mouse on the 29th of June at a local brick and mortar "Best Buy" store, and I thought I had lucked out on picking up a G600 way before Newegg and other online-retailers put them on sale. But, alas, no pros to be stated about except for two points:
-Decent implementation of the "G-Shift" key: Felt really nice under my ring finger, and registered with a color tweak - letting the user know that his/her own personal hotkeys could be used without hitting the physical Shift key on the keyboard.
-Customization of LED lighting. It's something I've enjoyed on each Logitech product that I've owned. It allows the user to match their mouse with the Logitech Gaming Software - that combines the (G-Series) Keyboard and G600 to work flawlessly together, and share the same LED color. It was a pretty nifty feature.
Cons: Now, there are two major cons, so bare with me when it comes to being nit-picky about this product.
The first thing, the overall feel of the side-keypad felt like the buttons were loosely adjusted together, and could not stand constant mashing (game wise, or rendering wise).
The second thing dealt with the problems of the polling rates of the mouse: At default, the mouse was refusing to cooperate with most of my usage when it came to gaming. Even with Angle-Snapping off, the cursor would veer completely in the most random directions, erratically, and would cause major "detail errors" when it came to which program or game I was dealing with. Because of the "erratic" polling issues, I immediately tried updating the firmware - to which Logitech had no current firmware upgrades available (because the mouse was officially released on the 14th of July), so I had no choice but to return the mouse back and label it as a broken product. Came back home with #2, but it had the same problem
Other Thoughts: After going through two of these G600 MMO Mice, I've learned that Logitech hastily output these mice before the launch date, and honestly I could give it another try... but I'm honestly going to stick with Logitech Keyboards and Razer mice. Logitech tried to make a decent competitor to Razer's Naga (Epic, Molten CE, Original, and 2012 editions) and failed. Honestly, Logitech should just stick to making keyboards, audio peripherals, and dedicated "normal" and "fps" mice.
For MMO Mice/Rendering mice, I'm going back to using my Molten CE and 2012 Nagas. Because they still work properly as compared to the G600 MMO (2/2 failed).
This review is from: Crucial M4 CT064M4SSD2 2.5" 64GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Pros: Serves perfectly as a boot drive,
boots windows 7 in less than 8 seconds,
quite a little trooper.
Cons: Heard quite a bit about them dying in a couple of months... I'll believe it when I see it.
Other Thoughts: Got a great deal on it when it was on sale for 75 bucks.
Definitely worth it.
This review is from: BYTECC Model MDPDVI-06 6 ft. Mini Display Port to DVI Cable M-M
Pros: Works as advertised.
Cons: Still kinda wish that they noted if this was a "passive" miniDP cable though.READ FULL REVIEW