Enjoy precision control during gameplay with this Logitech G700s 910-003584 rechargeable gaming mouse that features 13 programmable buttons for quick access to commands and a dual-mode scrolling wheel for easy operation.
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Posted by: KingBenjamin from: Idaho Falls, ID on
It glides perfect.
FEEL is exactly what my hand wants. I can play for hours on this one.
Very happy customer. I tried the MX and Marathon logitechs and returned both. This one hit the home run for me. Thanks.
10 out of 10 found this review helpful.
Great mouse overall, but serious design flaws
Posted by: from: Baltimore, MD on
Overall, this mouse is what you'd expect from a logitech gaming mouse. It's precise, it has customizable buttons, it's comfortable to use for the most part, and it works with logitech's gaming software.
However, there are serious design flaws holding this back from being a great product. First, the battery life is quite disappointing. The rechargeable battery needs daily charging as within 12 hours or so it is dead. Now this normally wouldn't be a problem, the old wireless logitech MX1000 mouse for instance had a charging dock that was convenient and made charging the mouse a non-issue. For whatever reason though, logitech decided to instead make charging the mouse require a wired connection to the PC through USB.
So why is this a problem? Well, plugging in the wired and wireless connectors at the same time seems to cause compatibility issues. I've had my mouse just completely lose connection with the PC when doing this. So the first issue is that swapping between these two connectors grows tiresome. The second issue is that the wired connector is too sturdy for its own good.
See, the wired charging cable also functions as a wired connection to the PC, which isn't always the case with logitech mice. So this is a plus. But when playing using the wired connector, the cable is constantly tugging on the mouse. I often find if I take my hand off the mouse for too long it starts getting pulled back with the cable. This is a real problem when playing first person shooters and other games that require mouse precision.
If logitech comes up with driver solutions soon that fix the issues with plugging in both wired and wireless connectors at the same time, I'd probably give this a slightly higher rating, as switching between the connections would at least be less annoying.
9 out of 10 found this review helpful.
Glad I picked this over the Razr
Posted by: BudBud13411 from: on
I juggled between getting a Razr MMO mouse and the Logitech G700s.
I'm glad I decided on the Logitech.
Once you get it set up, the mouse will recognize what game you are playing and automatically load the keystrokes/macros that you have programmed in. Super convenient! Great for me because I constant jump between an MMO and two different FPS's.
The UI for programming the mouse if very user friendly and easy to understand.
Additionally, it is wireless but you can leave it plugged in too.
Lastly, the button directly behind the mouse wheel changes how the wheel spins. I thought I broke the mouse when the wheel kept on free spinning (resulting in zooming out REALLY far in games). If you click the button, it will change the wheel from a free spin to a click-click-click that is a lot more controlled.
Overall, a great product and I am VERY pleased with it.
6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Good gaming mouse but has flaws
Posted by: SouthernDog from: on
The G700s performs well in comparison to other gaming mice. I am a devout RAT 7 fanatic but I needed an affordable wireless mouse with dual scroll function. The G700s has 2 scroll modes, Incremental and lightning fast smooth scroll. Smooth scroll gets you up and down mile long web pages in a jiffy and assists with fast screen scroll during gaming Every mouse should have dual scroll. The buttons are fast reacting to light touch which is another plus. Tracking falls below my expectations. The cursor jitters when accurate pointing is needed at all rate settings. This is common among Logitech mice. As a graphics artist, those jitters affect precision pointing. The G700s does not offer serious precision tracking but, its not a $120-$200 mouse either. The battery life is by far the worst of any wireless mouse I've ever used. 3 hours before I get a screen warning that the mouse is at 25 percent. It comes with a cable to plug in and charge. The mouse functions when charging but the cable is thick and doesn't flex easily so it can interfere with the physics of free movement. Charge time is approximately an hour. Logitech has to do better than this. It's an inconvenience that should be addressed. At least deliver a better cable that is manageable during use. Finally, a Best Buy issue. This mouse had 4 different prices over the past 2 weeks. $63.99, $61.99, $49.99 and $65.99. I'm not too sure about what kind of marketing strategy that was but I did buy my G700s on Black Friday when the price was $49.99. All in all, the mouse is slightly above average in comparison to others in its range, feels good, built solid, Logitech could have done much better with little effort.
7 out of 8 found this review helpful.
Great Gaming Mouse - Experienced No Lag
Posted by: ptallen31 from: Richmond, VA on
I was going to get this or the g602 from Logitech, but Best Buy put this on sale for 59.99 so I jumped on it. You could argue that some of the features of this mouse (dpi, polling rate) are overkill, but at the current price there are few reasons to pass it up. Why I like it:
-High Polling Rate (1000 vs the g602's 500 - You could argue overkill, but I experience no discernible input lag around 7 feet away on couch)
-Higher DPI (8600 vs g602's 2500)
-Better buttons (I've read complaints the g602's index finger buttons are flimsy, but the g700s' buttons are solid)
-Solid build quality that is comfortable
What I don't like:
-Charging options - The mouse comes with a USB cable to hook it up to your PC for charging. I wish Logitech provided a charging dock or something else personally. I bought a wall charger with a USB socket for nine dollars and charge it beside my phone.
I hooked up my PC to my HDTV for gaming and am really loving it, but I sit seven feet from my setup so wired accessories are out. I picked up an MK 520 keyboard and this mouse and am not looking back! I can't pick up any input lag playing Crysis 2.
People complain about the battery life of the g700s vs. the g602, but unless you are marathon gaming I don't see the worry. After a gaming session I hook it up to my wall charger like a cell phone and I never have issues.
At full price (99.99) I was going to pass the g700s by and pick up the g602, but currently you're getting much better technology at a price cheaper than the g602. I recommend picking it up.
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Gift for Husband
Posted by: mcgamer25 from: on
my husband is and advanced PC gamer and was in need of a new mouse for his new computer, He plays mostly blizzard games and like the fact he can have so many buttons to program onto his mouse, he likes that is wireless as well, it holds it charge for about 3 days, but he plugs it in every night to make sure he doesn't lose charge. it will still work while plugged in, something I was worried about when purchasing.
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
My 12yo son uses it for gaming
Posted by: Trina26 from: Moore,OK on
We were unsure which mouse to get for my son's gaming laptop when the sales person suggested this one. It was a little intimidating for me with all the buttons but it was easy to program and very easy for my son to use on his games.
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Great Gaming Mouse! Fits Hand Like a Glove.
Posted by: EngineerRichy from: on
(Pros) I have used nothing but Logitech peripherals for 15+ years and this is the best mouse I have ever used. Not only are the many buttons great for gaming (assigning your in-game actions to the mouse will transform your gaming experience) but also for everyday computing. You might not get much utility out of the extra buttons when using desktop applications, but you will love how this mouse fits your hand like a designer glove. It's the best ergonomically designed mouse I have seen on the market.
(Very Minor Con) The original software that shipped several years ago with the older G700 was not that great, but fortunately they abandoned that application and rolled the G700 and G700s into the LGS application used by Logitech gaming keyboards. I like the software interface, but Logitech seems to be a little slow about releasing preconfigured profiles for newly released games. These profiles are a list of in-game actions and their corresponding keystrokes, allowing you to drag an action (say reload) to a mouse or keyboard button (in my case the middle mouse button). In the long run, their slowness to release new profiles is not that big of a deal because you can do it yourself in under 5 minutes by logging into the game, writing down all the in-game actions and their keystrokes, and then input them into the software. Not a big problem, it's just the only thing that keeps this mouse from being perfect.
(Summary) Hands down, this is a great mouse. I love the buttons, the way it perfectly fits your hand, wireless RF, and its weight.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Short battery life; must be plugged in constantly
Posted by: TigerDispatcher from: Montrose, colorado on
This mouse has a very short battery life and must be constantly plugged into a USB port for charging or it will go dead in one hour. We changed the battery to a rechargeable Energizer cell but it made no difference. The charging cord firmly attaches to the mouse so the designers realized that battery problems would occur; in fact the cord is difficult to remove. If you don't mind a tethered wireless mouse this is the mouse for you.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
THIS MOUSE IS WORSE THAN A TOY
Posted by: deepc94 from: on
I hate to give it one star or the review probably won't show, unfortunate. This is the biggest piece of JUNK I've ever bought for a computer. I've been using computers since the old DOS days and have stayed faithful to the Logitech line for around 30 years. This is a $100.00 rechargeable mouse that didn't work right from the first day I opened the box. I thought the included battery would already be charged but it didn't last a full 8 hours before needing a recharge. No big deal, I thought it just needed a charge. After 3 days of it never staying charged long enough to finish a days work, I assumed it was a bad battery and contacted Logitech for a new one. I was told I would have to return it to the retailer, 250 miles away, or return the complete package to Logitech and I would be without a mouse for "at least 3 weeks". I opted to buy some new DURACELL rechargeables since the tech support said they would work fine, along with normal AA batteries. It turns out the trouble wasn't the battery. This mouse eats EVERY battery, rechargeable or not, new or the one supplied by Logitech. The most use you can get out of a fully charged battery is about 7-9 hours. I DON'T RECOMMEND THIS MOUSE TO ANYONE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES!! It's a piece of junk and since I had to buy it because I finally wore out my previous Logitech mouse, I would have to go BUY another mouse to continue until Logitech returned it weeks later. In the future since Logitech has such little concern about customer satisfaction I will dodge all of their products like the plague. IT'S SERIOUS JUNK.