Going through all the specifications that a particular Logitech mouse has can take quite a huge amount of time. Most of their features are pretty standard anyway so it’d be best that we just skim through the less important facts and look into the truly essential details. Let’s start off with the Logitech G700S wireless gaming mouse. Without a single shred of doubt, I can say that this wireless mouse for gaming is the best within its class (this being the wireless version). It just seems to have gotten everything right. From the gaming mouse’s excellent designs to its beautiful illumination, everything is right where they should be. The clicks of the mouse are noticeable to its user yet not loud enough to be a constant annoyance every single time you click on it. The scroll wheel has a certain resistance to it that prevents you from accidentally over-scrolling things. Its ergonomics are almost perfect and the curves along its sides are shaped to your palm so that you can rest your hand comfortably on it. This somehow reminds me of one of SteelSeries’ mice. This is the review I was talking about: SteelSeries Sensei review.
Because most gamers’ sessions will last hours at a time, you will need a gaming mouse that can give you the ability to enjoy prolonged sessions without feeling any form of fatigue or pain. Indeed, I personally know of many hardcore gamers that complain of cramps along their wrists and fingers if they do not take a break. Most of this is caused by using an improper mouse rather than anything else. How do I know this? Back when WoW was first released, I had been in one of the top guilds in my server and we wanted to be the world’s first for Ragnaros. To stay in the guild, you have to show that you don’t really have a life (kidding here). But yes, you have to prove that you’re dedicated enough and that usually means playing for at least 4-5hours every single day. If you have a full-time job, too bad for you. You’re not getting in. Most of the people in the guild I was in either have a part-time job or they’re totally jobless.
Anyway, back to my point. Since, we were required to spend such a considerably volume of time in the game, it’s not surprising for us to sit and play for 10 hours straight. This is even more so in the more epic raids (think Ragnaros) where clearing the entire dungeon, tagging all the mini-bosses on the way, and finally getting into a second mini-instance within the first would practically require you to stay awake throughout the entire night. This cannot be done without having a good pair of eyes that are resilient enough to keep open for so many hours and of course, a really good gaming mouse that can afford you the necessary comfort you’ll be needing. Even till today, I can’t stress the importance of the comfort factor in any mouse that you’re thinking of obtaining. You don’t even have to look at the maximum DPI, its sensitivity, its surface texture and all the other unimportant features of a gaming mouse, much like how it’s described at Gaming Gear Lab. First, always consider the feeling that you get when you grab hold of a gaming mouse. This is also the reason why you should always try it out in real life before you proceed to get it. Just head over to your nearest gaming store and ask to try out some of the mice. You don’t necessarily have to get them on the spot unless they’re offering you a tremendous discount. Most of the time, you can get them much cheaper over the internet.
I would also recommend the G600 simply because it’s slightly less expensive than the G700 but it performs just as well. The G600 is specifically made for MMO games though. It has up to 17 programmable buttons which makes it look like a tiny command center. You’ll be really happy that you spent some effort in choosing the right mouse for you because it can and will change your (gaming) life. At least it did for me.