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This review is from: Logitech G300 Black/Gray 9 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Optical 2500 dpi Gaming Mouse
Pros: - It was cheap when I bought it. Now it is cheaper. I use it up to 10 hours a day. For the money you pay, it is well built.
- I do coding with this mouse. Copy, paste, cut and undo is easy as a right click when you program it.
- Same thing goes for browsing.
- For games especially sniper games, DPI shift is a must. I put it near right click. Now I can zoom with sniper and lower the DPI at the same time, giving me more precise shots.
- Buttons' locations are very convenient. It is easier to reach.
- Doesn't have thumb buttons. Pressing thumb button will move your mouse in some cases.
- Logitech Gaming Software allows to create some sick functions. Software is 10/10
Cons: - It says 9 programmable buttons, which is true. But actually only 5 of them are to change program. 3 of them is normal mouse buttons (right click, left click, middle click), 1 of them is for profile change, remaining 5 are the real programmable buttons. If you use it stuck to oone profile or if you use software mode so it changes profiles according to application or game you are using, you can count profile change button as programmable. So in that case 6 real programmable buttons. Or if you don't want normal mouse buttons (why would any one do that), you can program right click button etc. to anything else. In that case you have 9 real programmable buttons. I all depends on usage case.
Other Thoughts: If you are looking for a mouse that has programmable buttons on it, so you can do things easier like programming, browsing, editing etc. where you have couple of shortcuts you frequently use, this is the mouse for you. It doesn't look like it came from space or you are pretending to be a pro gamer. It is modest looking. You can even disable the light to make it more like a normal mouse. But I use light to see which profile I am on.
I have a profile for FPS gaming where I use E, R, DPI shift and C frequently. One for browsing and programming. And the last one is for games other than FPS.
I owe a lot to this mouse. It made my life easier for the last two years. I hope it does the same for you.
Pros: There is a lot of pros.
This notebook has all what an avarage notebook should have and MORE
- amazing processing power
- beautiful screen (1080p in a 15.6inch. its like retina display)
- Doesnt have unnecessary bluray reader.
- Light weight (2,4kg battery included)
- So thin
- Keyboard is flawless (just that i am slow)
- Cool design
- Sata3 (for SSDs)
- Extra msata port
- Graphic card is good. it is doing its job.
- I decided to install win7 and didnt came across with any problem.
Cons: - Fingerprint magnet (it has a glossy pianoblack body)
- Some heat Issues
- My hard disk gone dead after 4 months.
Then i bought a samsung 840 250gb ssd
and notebook started to fly.
- Well i happened to update bios firmware because i wasnt able to overclock gpu. Lastest bios is just works fine.
- There was problems with the buttons on top when it first came in. But after update of software called SCM it is just fine.
- After using win7, i decided re-installing win8. But guess what, i didnt find any kind of key for windows 8.
Other Thoughts: Well actually there is more than some to heat issue. When it uses hd4000, there is no problem. but when it starts to use 660m for gaming, it is like inferno inside it. Because the cpu that this thing has, is a very powerful one which needs to be extremely cooled on load. But only fan this laptop has is so so so small. And when gpu starts working, the cpu becomes not able to cool down by that adorable tiny fan. Then cpu reaches 80-90 degree celcius.
And you can prevent that a little bit by lowering your quality setting. Or a cooling pad. (i tries changing thermal paste, it didnt do any good)