Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 review
The G700's wireless capability is good and we liked the array of buttons, but it's not quite as comfortable as other mice we've tested.
Review Date: 18 Jan 2011
Price when reviewed: £50
Reviewed By: Will Stapley
The G700 is the only wireless gaming mouse we've seen. If you don’t want to risk the battery dying during a gaming session, the included USB cable can be attached. A rechargeable AA battery is included and will automatically be topped up whenever you plug the USB cable in.
The mouse is fairly heavy and we preferred using some of the lighter models on test, such as the SteelSeries Xai. However, we liked its slightly rough texture and there’s no shortage of extra buttons. Four thumb-activated controls sit on the left side, with a further five on top.
All are sensibly placed, so you’re unlikely to bash them by accident. Most of the buttons can be customised, but finding the right one during a high-paced gaming session isn’t easy. The scroll wheel has an optional free-flowing mode that’s activated by a button on the top of the mouse.
If you'd rather have a wireless model, this is a good mouse, but the SteelSeries Xai is cheaper and more comfortable.
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