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Black / Blue
- 24 points
- 38 months ago
from completed build My Build 1.0
The best and most comfortable of the budget mice that I have tried, recommended!
- 19 points
- 47 months ago
from completed build The Patriot
So this thing is an awesome little mouse that works great. I have a few complaints though. For one, I don't like how light it is. Now if you're gonna use it for a laptop mouse that's nice and portable, it's a champ but I'd get a heavier one for a desktop.
I also dislike the light selection being so small.
Now all of these are small compared to this, I had this mouse for 6 months using it for gaming and it already gives me issues with clicking. Clicks won't register, while dragging it will stop, etc.
I'd spend the extra 20 bucks for a quality mouse but if you don't want to, then grab this.
- 18 points
- 36 months ago
from completed build Happy Birthday to me! Ryzen 5 1600 build!
It's okay, I mean it was 30 bucks. I will invest in a better mouse soon.
- 16 points
- 42 months ago
from completed build White Phantom
Had it for 3.5 years now. Had to replace it 2 times during warranty. A problem with the right click. Dont use much of the modular keys, the leds are nice. Had a great gaming experience with it and still use it as my gaming mouse.
- 16 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build 2020 AMD Ryzen 3700X Meshify Mini PC
If you're left-handed and want great features, lots of buttons (8), the ability to use with both hands equally, multiple profiles that are switchable on-the-fly and are stored on the mouse itself, programability, and quality for cheap, this is a great option—especially at only $20. I own four of these things, with one at work. All work perfectly. It's fairly small in my 2XL-sized hands, but I can easily live with that based on all of the above.
Logitech Gaming Software v9.02.65 seems to be the newest Logitech software that supports this mouse, but thankfully is compatible with Win10.
- 14 points
- 39 months ago
from completed build Scrappy v1.1 - A New Direction (Old Build)
I love this mouse! 9 programmable buttons, a great sensor, high DPI, and a high polling rate make it a great choice.
- 14 points
- 35 months ago
from completed build Falcon Blue. My first budget build.
I love this mouse it feels really smooth and it isn't a super edgy looking mouse
- 14 points
- 27 months ago
from completed build The Mastodon
Originally had a wireless Logitech mouse from college that always served me well with my XPS, however when I went to plug it into this build, it did not work as I'd hope. Given its age and lack of warranty, I opted to save some money in the mouse department, especially given I had not anticipated buying a mouse at this time. I will say I am impressed with this and feel it may be an underrated gaming mouse, but I have only used it for a few days at the time of writing this and will have to see how it works as time goes by. I'll update after I get some use out of it.