Logitech G9X Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse
Manufacturer: Logitech Part number: 910-001152
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- Average user rating: 4.0 stars out of 5 reviews
- Change the grip. Change the weight. Customize the LEDs. Even use onboard memory to take up to five mouse profiles with you to the next LAN party. In every way, the G9 mouse lets you tune for the way you play.
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Better than my mouse that came with the MX5500.
by M0DiFiEDZ on June 13, 2010
Pros: More than enough resolution at 5700 dpi. Glides accross my 1200 dpi mouse pad smoother than any mouse ive had. I like a heavy mouse so the weights that come with it are perfect. You cant beat $29.99 after the $30 rebate.
Cons: If I had to pay retail for it I might not have got it. Could use a couple more buttons on top for games.
Summary: If you can get it for the price I paid, its the best mouse you can get even if your not a gamer. Very accurate and smooth. Its currently the ...
Summary: If you can get it for the price I paid, its the best mouse you can get even if your not a gamer. Very accurate and smooth. Its currently the best mouse made by Logitech so there is not any thinking to do, just buy it.
1 out of 1 users found this user opinion helpful.
Same as the G9, but with added sensitivity.
by johnjonestheman on August 28, 2009
Pros: Features up the wazoo; everything from user-customized profiles that can be saved in the mouse itself (great if you're moving it from one computer to another), the ability to change the LED colors on the sensitivity setting display, removable weights
Cons: The form factor is odd; the mouse comes with two shells; one is a wide shell with a rough, no-slip surface, and the second is a little longer but flatter. Neither really suits me, as I don't have a place to rest the flesh of my palm.
Summary: Logitech sells another shell for this mouse, which will make it feel more like an MX500-series (or G7, which is what I upgraded from- Logitech currently does not have a ...
Summary: Logitech sells another shell for this mouse, which will make it feel more like an MX500-series (or G7, which is what I upgraded from- Logitech currently does not have a wireless gaming-grade mouse), and it's $19.99 from their website. I feel, at $100 US, that this more traditional shell should've come with the G9x. The custom weight system is nice; the unit comes with four 4-gram weights and four 7-gram weights, and it didn't take me long to figure out what combination I liked.
Insofar as performance is concerned, the mouse is lightning-fast, precise, and the sensitivity can be changed on the fly without much effort.
Overall, I am extremely pleased with this little rodent, though- as aforementioned- I resent having to pay twenty bucks for a rubber shell that will make this thing feel more like the Logitech mice we all know and love... all of the pro reviews online hail this mouse as one of the best money can buy (Maximum PC even awarded the G9x their coveted "Kick Ass" award, giving this unit a 10 out of 10).
1 out of 1 users found this user opinion helpful.
Almost perfect mouse ruined by stiff middle button.
by RustyShackleford1 on May 11, 2012
Pros: The momentum of the scroll wheel is great. I hold mice by thumb and little finger and the G9x works really well like this. To be able to switch the scrollwheel from clicking to smooth with a button press is great!
Cons: The force required to depress the scrollwheel as the middle button is enormous. I'm a rock climber, and my middle finger aches after a few minutes use of the middle button. This seriously impairs the usability of the mouse.
Summary: An almost perfect mouse, ruined by an overly stiff middle button/scroll wheel. If the middle button/scroll wheel were better (softer), this mouse would get a 5 star rating (...
Summary: An almost perfect mouse, ruined by an overly stiff middle button/scroll wheel. If the middle button/scroll wheel were better (softer), this mouse would get a 5 star rating (perfect).
This is the Best Gaming Mouse in the World.
by iamagoodguy on April 27, 2011
Pros: The Mouse has a Great Feel and is exceedingly responsive, in many ways it's better than my MX1000. I just love the textured feel. I've found the perfect balance between weight and grip, with about half the weights fitted it's perfect.
Cons: The only thing against this mouse is the price and in all fairness it's still pretty good value I reckon.
Summary: I have been through quite a number of mice in my time, perhaps 8 or 9, all but a couple from Logitech. I made the mistake about a year ago ...
Summary: I have been through quite a number of mice in my time, perhaps 8 or 9, all but a couple from Logitech. I made the mistake about a year ago of buying a Microsoft gaming mouse. Doh.
This is quite simply superb, I would recommend it too any gamer who is serious about playing to the best of their ability.
One of the best gaming mice out there
by bchanman11 on April 16, 2011
Pros: Adjustable DPI from 200 to 5000 (not 5700 as a previous user stated). Comfortable to use. Well priced.
Cons: Not enough keybind buttons.
Summary: The logitech G9x is by far one of the best gaming mice out there and will give you a great gaming experience. Compared to some of the other gaming mice, ...
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Updated on Apr 16, 2011
- Manufacturer: Logitech
- Part number: 910-001152
- Description: Change the grip. Change the weight. Customize the LEDs. Even use onboard memory to take up to five mouse profiles with you to the next LAN party. In every way, the G9 mouse lets you tune for the way you play.
- Packaged Quantity 1
- Device Type Mouse
- Connectivity Technology Wired
- Interface USB
- Movement Detection Technology Laser
- Movement Resolution 5000 dpi
- Performance 1000 reports per second,
9 megapixels per second,
30 G maximum acceleration,
Realtime sensitivity switching 200 - 5000 dpi
- Features Adjustable weight ,
Scrolling wheel ,
Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) feet,
MicroGear Precision Scroll Wheel
Expansion / Connectivity
- Interfaces 1 x USB - 4 pin USB Type A
- Cables Included 1 x USB cable - Integrated
- Microsoft Certifications Compatible with Windows 7
Software / System Requirements
- OS Required Microsoft Windows XP,
Microsoft Windows Vista
- Service & Support 3 years warranty
- Service & Support Details Limited warranty - 3 years
- CNET Labs: Estimated Annual Energy Cost nil
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