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Logitech G5 Laser Mouse (2007)

Logitech G5 Laser Mouse (2007)
alaAverage 4.6

3 reviews

Aug, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the usability. The design also gets good opinions.

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Logitech G5 Laser Mouse (2007)

 

Logitech earns a CNET Editors' Choice award with this update to its flagship gaming mouse. An extra thumb button, an updated laser sensor, and more convenient and flexible customisation options than the competition make this mouse easy to recommend to...

Easy to use, on-the-fly sensitivity changer ; Customisable weighting system ; Updated design includes two thumb-side buttons ; New higher sensitivity laser sensor

Thin thumb buttons might be tough to use for those with large hands ; Electric-blue styling reminds us of a SpikeTV sports drink commercial (for some this might be a "good")

Finally, we can't help but mention the G5's electric-blue, cracked-earth design on the buttons and palm surface. Logitech has never been shy about giving its gaming mice personality, and while it's not patently offensive, the new G5 does feel like it's...

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Logitech G5 Laser Mouse (2007)

 

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Logitech G5 Laser Mouse (2007)

 

I've used this mouse for over a year and played many first person shooter games with it. It is a very responsive mouse and the forward and back buttons come in useful for web browsing. I don't really see the weights being of use (i put in as much...

Very precise sensor, sensitivity change on the fly, left and right scrolling

When a piece of hair gets stuck inside on the sensor it can be tricky to get it out

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