• Logitech G300s Optical Ambidextrous  Gaming Mouse â?? 9 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory
  • Logitech G300s Optical Ambidextrous  Gaming Mouse â?? 9 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory
  • Logitech G300s Optical Ambidextrous  Gaming Mouse â?? 9 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory
  • Logitech G300s Optical Ambidextrous  Gaming Mouse â?? 9 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory
  • Logitech G300s Optical Ambidextrous  Gaming Mouse â?? 9 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory
  • Logitech G300s Optical Ambidextrous  Gaming Mouse â?? 9 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory
Logitech G300s Optical Ambidextrous  Gaming Mouse â?? 9 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory
Logitech G300s Optical Ambidextrous  Gaming Mouse â?? 9 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory
Logitech G300s Optical Ambidextrous  Gaming Mouse â?? 9 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory
Logitech G300s Optical Ambidextrous  Gaming Mouse â?? 9 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory
Logitech G300s Optical Ambidextrous  Gaming Mouse â?? 9 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory
Logitech G300s Optical Ambidextrous  Gaming Mouse â?? 9 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory

Logitech G300s Optical Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse â?? 9 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory

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  • Nine programmable controls: Move keyboard commands to mouse buttons that are in easy reach
  • Symmetrical compact shape: Feels comfortable in either hand and perfect for gamers who don't want a large mouse
  • Gaming-grade optical sensor: Tracks accurately on a wide variety of surfaces and is tunable to achieve the responsiveness you need
  • Three onboard memory profiles: Save profiles to the mouse once for gameplay on different computers and assign lighting colors to easily see which profile you're using. Logitech Gaming Software is available at logitech.com/downloads
  • Easy configuration software: Simply drag and drop commands to the buttons to setup the mouse exactly the way you want

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Horrible wrist pain. Functional mouse. You choose.Dear lord the pain in my wrist from using this mouse, cannot describe, cannot even sleep... a week into using this mouse. Ugh. Been looking for a new mouse. First one (cooler master mouse) had annoying squeaking noise when clicking, returned. Second mouse, (Amazon mouse(no high hopes there)) barely ever responded, returned. This mouse, worked for me for a bit, buttons are in a weird place imo, but i didnt really use them anyways. Now I wish I had never used this mouse at all.It's ambidextrous, and I've never used one before, boy did I learn a lesson. No ringfinger/pinky finger rest means I now have horrible pain in my wrist from an uncomfortable holding grip. Thanks Logitech... waste of money as there is technically nothing wrong with this mouse.... 2 stars for the mouse working correctly, lack of 3 stars for the horrible pain in my wrist...And yes I know it's from the mouse because I used my old, broken, CM Xornet (the god of mouses(discontinued(damn you cooler master))) and my wrist felt immediately better with the finger rests.2For lefties, this is about as good as it getsI'm a left handed gamer and as all us lefties know, there are no gaming mice made for us. The best available are "ambidextrous" mice. Which drives me nuts since there is no reason for an ambidextrous mouse. An ambidextrous person could use either a right or left handed mouse. An ambidextrous mouse is just a poor compromise between the two, so why not just make a real left handed mouse?I tied many and while this mouse leaves much to be desired, its probably the best that can be hoped for. At least all the buttons are accessible, if not entirely comfortable. It lacks any thumb buttons, which means all nine buttons are most easily pressed with the index and middle fingers. Some are really quite well placed and comfortable, other not so much. However, it is much faster and easier than using key binds on the keyboard, and that is what's important.Otherwise the mouse is really nice. The software installs easily and is intuitive. The LED color on the side can be changed. Its light, moves smoothy. All buttons feel solid and have a positive response. It works great for gaming as well as les intense internet surfing and word processing.In short, if we can't get everything a righty gets, at least we can get this, and at a great price.4Unique button layout for Ambidextrous use So when gaming I mouse with my left hand and when my Razer Taipan (Ambidextrous) started acting up after years of loyal service, I thought I would given something new a try. The issue I always had with the Razer was that regardless of which hand you use, 2 of buttons are on the pinky side and really got in the way more than they helped. This mouse with all buttons on top gives access to every button regardless of hand being used.Right off the bat, the quality of the build and the material being used is nothing close to the Razer, however the build on this mouse is consistent with a $20ish dollar mouse. No much weight, thin non reinforced chord, more plasticy feel. I am still getting used to the button layout. I like having access to all 4 buttons accessible, but I miss the intuitive availability of buttons I can press with thumb. I am also having to get used to the smaller size of the mouse altogether and find it can cramp my hand. The software suite installs easy enough and gives you good control over the button map, colors, sensitivity. Overall it seems to track well and buttons respond accurately. It's not a bad mouse for the money, but I think I am just used to a more quality unit and will probably return to something higher end. 43 of them brokeBought this mouse, and I liked it for 3 months until one of the DPI switch buttons in the middle collapsed into the body and made the scroll wheel stick. I do not even use this button.Logitech replaced. 3 months later, broke in exactly the same way. Logitech replaced it.This time it lasted 6 months before it once again broke in exactly the same way. As I did all times before, I provided an image and exact description of the problem. Logitech always required details and asked questions that made no sense before, or asked me to repeat information, stretching out the process.I always gave a clear explanation of what happened, as well as a photo, the FIRST communication. yet I always have to repeat myself and answer questions that don't make sense for the problem.This time, the extra hassle has ended my interest in Logitech products.2Best mouse I have ever owned, and one of the cheapest too!Excellent mouse, especially for the price. That it has a 'pinched' body makes all of the buttons easy to use. I previously owned (well still own) a much more expensive logitech gaming mouse (g700s) and the layout of the mouse and placement of the buttons made almost all of them unusable. With the pinched design, you can freely move your index and middle fingers around to any of the top buttons very easily and intuitively.works extremely well with the g13 lefthand gamepad. The automatic game detecting settings work for both devices at the same time, and both devices share the set of per-game 'functions', so you can assign them to gamepad or mouse buttons very easily, and move them around at will.None of the buttons are dedicated to specific functions like switching profiles or DPI (or even mouse clicks/scrolling) so you can get really creative with how you configure this thing.The actuation force of all of the buttons (and the scroll wheel) are extremely low but also satisfyingly tactile, so you get an appropriate amount of feedback without requiring stressful contortions to get enough leverage to engage the buttons. I wear a 'large' sized glove (which is average/small for men) and the distance and spacing between buttons is perfect for my hand geometry.In my opinions, this sort of button configuration is optimal for both gaming and productivity. When you want it to be a regular mouse, all of the extra functionality is out of the way, when you want to take advantage of the extra buttons, they are within reach and actuating them accurately is not difficult.Best mouse I have ever owned, and one of the cheapest too!5Mouse for lefties that allows to program macros in Lua. Look and feel is "cheap", thouthMy G600 (which I used for the left hand although it is not ambidextrous) died (right button became "flaky" after three years of daily use; and that's typical for G600 -- it just does not last that long) and I bought this one saving ,say, $15.But there is no free lunch and one important defect of this mouse is that the wheel does not have "clicks" for left and right tilt ) like say all expensive mice from Logitech, and thus you can't assign macros to tilts. For those who do not use them it's OO, but for m this is a big shortcoming. I deducted one star for this.Please be aware that this mouse looks cheap in comparison wit, say $36 Logitech mice like G602 , but it does work and is more conviniet to use with the left hand.But you simply can't compare "look and feel" quality to G600 of G602 to this "student" model. You can still use 6 macros with it and Logitech Gaming Software which allows you to program macros in Lua, which are individualized for each application you use (not just games, but any application)As such this mouse is not only for gamers. It is perfectly suitable, for example, for Unix sysadmins as it allows execute complex macros in Windows Terminal emulator such as Teraterm.Also helps for people with RSI who need to change hands in order give affected with RSI hand time to recover.I wish the industry would produce more models of ambidextrous mouse, as RSI is a real epidemic among heavy computer users and professionals, but we have what we have.4Finally a mouse I can use. Have been using a very small travel mouse for a long time. Wanted a mouse with buttons that could be programed. But most of them are for right handed people, and yes Ive heard it all and no I cant use a right handed mouse. Have tried and no, go my right hand just will not use a mouse after trying for a very long time my right hand just will not learn period.So bought a left handed mouse was so excited to get it but when I took it out of the box it was way to big for my hand, tried to use it but did not have enough control was just to big.So decided to get this one and glad that I did. This mouse fits my hand perfectly not to small as the Logitech travel mouse and not as large as the left handed Razer Naga that I bought.Love that it has buttons to program, yes am a gamer. Now have buttons to use along with the number pad on the key board its great. Just wish it had more buttons but we left handed people with small hands have to deal with what is out there. Recommend this product. 5Trash product, never buying a Logitech mouse againI bought this mouse as a replacement for one of the same model that developed a 'quirk' where single clicks were occasionally read as double clicks. Now, 13 months later, the replacement has developed the same issue. No rough treatment, no unusual use, just sitting on the desk seeing usual daily use. Going 2 out of 2 isn't coincidence, it's a PoS.1Good for small hands I love the size and movement of this mouse. It feels good in my hand (I have medium to small hands).I watched a video to figure out how to assign buttons; I find that application rather annoying, but this was my only option for having a "rapid fire" button (you have to create the macro). A bit intense for someone who just wants to play goofy games as a momentary reprieve while working on the computer, but, once I got it set, it's been relatively easy. I do get some weird things happening with my browser and computer on occasion because there seems to be some program conflict from time to time between the mouse and whatever is going on in the background; I correct this by clearing my caches and making sure all programs (including that for the mouse) are updated. I would probably buy this again if nothing else better and cheaper comes along. But still on the lookout for my ride-or-die mouse. 4Excellent for gamingFirst of all, this is the most ergonomically comfortable mouse I've ever used. It feels like it was molded for my hand. I'd say I have medium to large hands, but very slender; not meaty hands. I still think the mouse would feel good to meat-handed people, though.The second thing I like is the positioning of the extra buttons. Most gaming mice have buttons on the sides so you can press them with your thumb, but pressing buttons with your thumb doesn't have the same natural feel as pressing buttons with your other fingers, in my opinion. Also, I'm new to PC gaming, so some of the different keys for Rainbow Six Siege (a first-person shooter) are very difficult for me to use, especially while trying to use other keys as well. For example, if I want to strafe to the right while cooking a grenade, I'd have to press D (strafe right) and G (grenade). Well, D and G both require the left index finger to press. I solved this by binding G (grenade) to the top left extra mouse button. Melee (V) was also a difficult key for me to press if I wanted full control of movement, so I binded (bound?) that to the bottom left mouse button. Additionally, pressing 2 to switch to your secondary weapon was too much for me, so I bound that to the top right mouse button. Finally, pressing U for push-to-talk is absurd if I want to just give a quick message to a teammate while moving around, so I bound that to the bottom left mouse button. It's just super convenient, these four extra buttons on top of the mouse rather than on the side of the mouse.It also has plenty of versatility with the DPI settings.Highly recommended. Though keep in mind this is my first gaming mouse, so I'm not familiar with how others feel when using them. I just know that if I ever need to replace this one, I will be replacing it with the exact same model.5Good Gaming Mouse for a Fair PriceI was skeptical of the buttons at first, but because I have so many troubles trying to press buttons on the SIDE of a mouse, I figured I'd try this. It's a little tricky to get the hang off but after a while I've been doing just fine. Definitely an improvement in my in game performance.The mouse itself is NOT weighted (like I'm used to) which I can't say I really like, however it's tolerable. I've dropped this thing from couch to floor about six different times (it keeps sliding off my mouse pad next to me) and it still works with no issues. There's no beating an optical mouse when it comes to gaming.The design of this mouse is odd to me but not unpleasant. It's very comfortable for my hands. The cord is extremely long however, and since I'm using a laptop this was an annoyance. I rolled some of it up and tied it together with a twisty tie and problem solved.The only thing (besides weight) I would prefer with this mouse is that the software for it be included in the package. It's not. I have to find it online and download it and with my internet that's a bit of a task. For the price, it wouldn't kill them to include a disk or at least SOME instruction as to where to find the software. Unless I missed it, there was no booklet or anything on the box that tells you where it is.Been using it for a week or so now and it's been great. Color options on the mouse are nice as well.4Great mouse for gaming!For the price I paid (around $26) this is a high quality gaming mouse! The photo makes it look dumb and gimmicky, but it works quite well in every aspect.Responsiveness: The high polling rate makes it very responsive, and I haven't yet had a problem with misinterpreted movement.Weight: It's about mid-level weight that feels good, though you can't change the weight.Size: It's not as big as the Zowie FK1, but it's still just big enough for my monster hands.Mousepad recognition: Has worked on all of my surfaces (shiny mousepad, soft cloth mousepad, arm of recliner that has been destroyed by a silly cat) with no problem. The Zowie FK1 didn't even perform as well as this one.Extra buttons: It took me several days to get accustomed to the buttons not being thumb buttons, but now that I have, it feels even better to me.Slide: Slides better than any mouse I've owned. Haven't had to use teflon tape like on other mice.Software: I find the software has too many options and can be confusing at first, but once you figure it out, you can make the mouse work exactly how you'd like.5Was great at firstBought 2 of these. One for the laptop, one for the workstation. I'm a designer so I use them both frequently, on a regular basis, for hours on end.About 6 months in one started to have a sticky click button. For example, I would click and try to drag something and it would release, or release and re-engage on another layer of my project, which is really irritating when you are on deadlines.So the other mouse became my main one. 4-5 months later, it started doing the same thing. Will be replacing after I research and see what is durable and dependent.2
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Horrible wrist pain. Functional mouse. You choose.Dear lord the pain in my wrist from using this mouse, cannot describe, cannot even sleep... a week into using this mouse. Ugh. Been looking for a new mouse. First one (cooler master mouse) had annoying squeaking noise when clicking, returned. Second mouse, (Amazon mouse(no high hopes there)) barely ever responded, returned. This mouse, worked for me for a bit, buttons are in a weird place imo, but i didnt really use them anyways. Now I wish I had never used this mouse at all.It's ambidextrous, and I've never used one before, boy did I learn a lesson. No ringfinger/pinky finger rest means I now have horrible pain in my wrist from an uncomfortable holding grip. Thanks Logitech... waste of money as there is technically nothing wrong with this mouse.... 2 stars for the mouse working correctly, lack of 3 stars for the horrible pain in my wrist...And yes I know it's from the mouse because I used my old, broken, CM Xornet (the god of mouses(discontinued(damn you cooler master))) and my wrist felt immediately better with the finger rests.2For lefties, this is about as good as it getsI'm a left handed gamer and as all us lefties know, there are no gaming mice made for us. The best available are "ambidextrous" mice. Which drives me nuts since there is no reason for an ambidextrous mouse. An ambidextrous person could use either a right or left handed mouse. An ambidextrous mouse is just a poor compromise between the two, so why not just make a real left handed mouse?I tied many and while this mouse leaves much to be desired, its probably the best that can be hoped for. At least all the buttons are accessible, if not entirely comfortable. It lacks any thumb buttons, which means all nine buttons are most easily pressed with the index and middle fingers. Some are really quite well placed and comfortable, other not so much. However, it is much faster and easier than using key binds on the keyboard, and that is what's important.Otherwise the mouse is really nice. The software installs easily and is intuitive. The LED color on the side can be changed. Its light, moves smoothy. All buttons feel solid and have a positive response. It works great for gaming as well as les intense internet surfing and word processing.In short, if we can't get everything a righty gets, at least we can get this, and at a great price.4Unique button layout for Ambidextrous use So when gaming I mouse with my left hand and when my Razer Taipan (Ambidextrous) started acting up after years of loyal service, I thought I would given something new a try. The issue I always had with the Razer was that regardless of which hand you use, 2 of buttons are on the pinky side and really got in the way more than they helped. This mouse with all buttons on top gives access to every button regardless of hand being used.Right off the bat, the quality of the build and the material being used is nothing close to the Razer, however the build on this mouse is consistent with a $20ish dollar mouse. No much weight, thin non reinforced chord, more plasticy feel. I am still getting used to the button layout. I like having access to all 4 buttons accessible, but I miss the intuitive availability of buttons I can press with thumb. I am also having to get used to the smaller size of the mouse altogether and find it can cramp my hand. The software suite installs easy enough and gives you good control over the button map, colors, sensitivity. Overall it seems to track well and buttons respond accurately. It's not a bad mouse for the money, but I think I am just used to a more quality unit and will probably return to something higher end. 43 of them brokeBought this mouse, and I liked it for 3 months until one of the DPI switch buttons in the middle collapsed into the body and made the scroll wheel stick. I do not even use this button.Logitech replaced. 3 months later, broke in exactly the same way. Logitech replaced it.This time it lasted 6 months before it once again broke in exactly the same way. As I did all times before, I provided an image and exact description of the problem. Logitech always required details and asked questions that made no sense before, or asked me to repeat information, stretching out the process.I always gave a clear explanation of what happened, as well as a photo, the FIRST communication. yet I always have to repeat myself and answer questions that don't make sense for the problem.This time, the extra hassle has ended my interest in Logitech products.2Best mouse I have ever owned, and one of the cheapest too!Excellent mouse, especially for the price. That it has a 'pinched' body makes all of the buttons easy to use. I previously owned (well still own) a much more expensive logitech gaming mouse (g700s) and the layout of the mouse and placement of the buttons made almost all of them unusable. With the pinched design, you can freely move your index and middle fingers around to any of the top buttons very easily and intuitively.works extremely well with the g13 lefthand gamepad. The automatic game detecting settings work for both devices at the same time, and both devices share the set of per-game 'functions', so you can assign them to gamepad or mouse buttons very easily, and move them around at will.None of the buttons are dedicated to specific functions like switching profiles or DPI (or even mouse clicks/scrolling) so you can get really creative with how you configure this thing.The actuation force of all of the buttons (and the scroll wheel) are extremely low but also satisfyingly tactile, so you get an appropriate amount of feedback without requiring stressful contortions to get enough leverage to engage the buttons. I wear a 'large' sized glove (which is average/small for men) and the distance and spacing between buttons is perfect for my hand geometry.In my opinions, this sort of button configuration is optimal for both gaming and productivity. When you want it to be a regular mouse, all of the extra functionality is out of the way, when you want to take advantage of the extra buttons, they are within reach and actuating them accurately is not difficult.Best mouse I have ever owned, and one of the cheapest too!5Mouse for lefties that allows to program macros in Lua. Look and feel is "cheap", thouthMy G600 (which I used for the left hand although it is not ambidextrous) died (right button became "flaky" after three years of daily use; and that's typical for G600 -- it just does not last that long) and I bought this one saving ,say, $15.But there is no free lunch and one important defect of this mouse is that the wheel does not have "clicks" for left and right tilt ) like say all expensive mice from Logitech, and thus you can't assign macros to tilts. For those who do not use them it's OO, but for m this is a big shortcoming. I deducted one star for this.Please be aware that this mouse looks cheap in comparison wit, say $36 Logitech mice like G602 , but it does work and is more conviniet to use with the left hand.But you simply can't compare "look and feel" quality to G600 of G602 to this "student" model. You can still use 6 macros with it and Logitech Gaming Software which allows you to program macros in Lua, which are individualized for each application you use (not just games, but any application)As such this mouse is not only for gamers. It is perfectly suitable, for example, for Unix sysadmins as it allows execute complex macros in Windows Terminal emulator such as Teraterm.Also helps for people with RSI who need to change hands in order give affected with RSI hand time to recover.I wish the industry would produce more models of ambidextrous mouse, as RSI is a real epidemic among heavy computer users and professionals, but we have what we have.4Finally a mouse I can use. Have been using a very small travel mouse for a long time. Wanted a mouse with buttons that could be programed. But most of them are for right handed people, and yes Ive heard it all and no I cant use a right handed mouse. Have tried and no, go my right hand just will not use a mouse after trying for a very long time my right hand just will not learn period.So bought a left handed mouse was so excited to get it but when I took it out of the box it was way to big for my hand, tried to use it but did not have enough control was just to big.So decided to get this one and glad that I did. This mouse fits my hand perfectly not to small as the Logitech travel mouse and not as large as the left handed Razer Naga that I bought.Love that it has buttons to program, yes am a gamer. Now have buttons to use along with the number pad on the key board its great. Just wish it had more buttons but we left handed people with small hands have to deal with what is out there. Recommend this product. 5Trash product, never buying a Logitech mouse againI bought this mouse as a replacement for one of the same model that developed a 'quirk' where single clicks were occasionally read as double clicks. Now, 13 months later, the replacement has developed the same issue. No rough treatment, no unusual use, just sitting on the desk seeing usual daily use. Going 2 out of 2 isn't coincidence, it's a PoS.1Good for small hands I love the size and movement of this mouse. It feels good in my hand (I have medium to small hands).I watched a video to figure out how to assign buttons; I find that application rather annoying, but this was my only option for having a "rapid fire" button (you have to create the macro). A bit intense for someone who just wants to play goofy games as a momentary reprieve while working on the computer, but, once I got it set, it's been relatively easy. I do get some weird things happening with my browser and computer on occasion because there seems to be some program conflict from time to time between the mouse and whatever is going on in the background; I correct this by clearing my caches and making sure all programs (including that for the mouse) are updated. I would probably buy this again if nothing else better and cheaper comes along. But still on the lookout for my ride-or-die mouse. 4Excellent for gamingFirst of all, this is the most ergonomically comfortable mouse I've ever used. It feels like it was molded for my hand. I'd say I have medium to large hands, but very slender; not meaty hands. I still think the mouse would feel good to meat-handed people, though.The second thing I like is the positioning of the extra buttons. Most gaming mice have buttons on the sides so you can press them with your thumb, but pressing buttons with your thumb doesn't have the same natural feel as pressing buttons with your other fingers, in my opinion. Also, I'm new to PC gaming, so some of the different keys for Rainbow Six Siege (a first-person shooter) are very difficult for me to use, especially while trying to use other keys as well. For example, if I want to strafe to the right while cooking a grenade, I'd have to press D (strafe right) and G (grenade). Well, D and G both require the left index finger to press. I solved this by binding G (grenade) to the top left extra mouse button. Melee (V) was also a difficult key for me to press if I wanted full control of movement, so I binded (bound?) that to the bottom left mouse button. Additionally, pressing 2 to switch to your secondary weapon was too much for me, so I bound that to the top right mouse button. Finally, pressing U for push-to-talk is absurd if I want to just give a quick message to a teammate while moving around, so I bound that to the bottom left mouse button. It's just super convenient, these four extra buttons on top of the mouse rather than on the side of the mouse.It also has plenty of versatility with the DPI settings.Highly recommended. Though keep in mind this is my first gaming mouse, so I'm not familiar with how others feel when using them. I just know that if I ever need to replace this one, I will be replacing it with the exact same model.5Good Gaming Mouse for a Fair PriceI was skeptical of the buttons at first, but because I have so many troubles trying to press buttons on the SIDE of a mouse, I figured I'd try this. It's a little tricky to get the hang off but after a while I've been doing just fine. Definitely an improvement in my in game performance.The mouse itself is NOT weighted (like I'm used to) which I can't say I really like, however it's tolerable. I've dropped this thing from couch to floor about six different times (it keeps sliding off my mouse pad next to me) and it still works with no issues. There's no beating an optical mouse when it comes to gaming.The design of this mouse is odd to me but not unpleasant. It's very comfortable for my hands. The cord is extremely long however, and since I'm using a laptop this was an annoyance. I rolled some of it up and tied it together with a twisty tie and problem solved.The only thing (besides weight) I would prefer with this mouse is that the software for it be included in the package. It's not. I have to find it online and download it and with my internet that's a bit of a task. For the price, it wouldn't kill them to include a disk or at least SOME instruction as to where to find the software. Unless I missed it, there was no booklet or anything on the box that tells you where it is.Been using it for a week or so now and it's been great. Color options on the mouse are nice as well.4Great mouse for gaming!For the price I paid (around $26) this is a high quality gaming mouse! The photo makes it look dumb and gimmicky, but it works quite well in every aspect.Responsiveness: The high polling rate makes it very responsive, and I haven't yet had a problem with misinterpreted movement.Weight: It's about mid-level weight that feels good, though you can't change the weight.Size: It's not as big as the Zowie FK1, but it's still just big enough for my monster hands.Mousepad recognition: Has worked on all of my surfaces (shiny mousepad, soft cloth mousepad, arm of recliner that has been destroyed by a silly cat) with no problem. The Zowie FK1 didn't even perform as well as this one.Extra buttons: It took me several days to get accustomed to the buttons not being thumb buttons, but now that I have, it feels even better to me.Slide: Slides better than any mouse I've owned. Haven't had to use teflon tape like on other mice.Software: I find the software has too many options and can be confusing at first, but once you figure it out, you can make the mouse work exactly how you'd like.5Was great at firstBought 2 of these. One for the laptop, one for the workstation. I'm a designer so I use them both frequently, on a regular basis, for hours on end.About 6 months in one started to have a sticky click button. For example, I would click and try to drag something and it would release, or release and re-engage on another layer of my project, which is really irritating when you are on deadlines.So the other mouse became my main one. 4-5 months later, it started doing the same thing. Will be replacing after I research and see what is durable and dependent.2
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