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This review is from: Logitech G600MMO Gaming Mouse - Black
Pros: The mouse is great, I play a good amount of computer games and having the logitech gaming software is awesome allowing me to set different dpi levels for certain games and keystrokes. I haven't tried it but with 20 different clicks there is probably a way to play most games only using the mouse if you really want to take the time to map it out.
Cons: Software is a bit finicky at times, when I'm changing color schemes on the g button i select them in the color menu but as soon as i go back to the key mapping section it reverts the colors, this happens about 50% of the time is annoying but not an issue with the mouse really just the software. As far as I know.
I'm a teensy bit concerned as well how long the matte finish will truly last, I imagine it will be similar to some old keyboards where the keys were once matte but use has worn the finish along with the character of some keys.
Other Thoughts: I havent actually needed to use the g shift button that allows you to have another set of keystrokes on the 12 g buttons when the g shift is held down. I usually just program some useful key for the program/game I'm using,
f for Borderlands 2, or r for Skyrim, similar to this.
Pros: Looks good, Performs great. Good brightness, haven't noticed any visual lag between mouse and cursor movements has a great base not one of those cheep looking plastic ovals
Cons: I thought that the power cord was a little odd and finicky but i found out the cord wasn't pushed in far enough because I was afraid that I would damage the screen by pushing too hard from the back.
Wish it would have come with a DVI instead of a VGA cable
Other Thoughts: The only thing I would like is for the connectors to be mounted so the cords are parallel with the screen when plugged in, instead of being perpendicular to the screen. It prohibits the monitor from being too close to walls behind my deskREAD FULL REVIEW