Logitech G300 Gaming Mouse Review (Hardware, PC)
Posted by Jeff Lindsey (Piso_mojado), Dec 08, 2011 01:52
If there is one company the manufactures computer mice that has stood the test of time, it is Logitech. I can not honestly say that I don’t remember a time when my family has not had at least one piece of Logitech hardware hooked up to our computer. Whether it was a keyboard, trackball, ball mouse, microphone, or even my beloved first laser mouse, Logitech was always there for me. Not only do they make products of incredibly quality, but when something goes wrong they have been there with even better customer support.
Needless to say, when the box showed up containing the Logitech G300 Gaming Mouse, I was excited. I immediately unpacked this mouse, unplugged my currently installed G500 and put the G300 through every test imaginable. Once again, Logitech has delivered another winner.
Logitech G300 Gaming Mouse Design and Size
Both classy and sleek,
This mouse may not be the best for gamers with large hands or palm grip style.
Being a person with large hands, one might wonder how exactly they are supposed to grasp it.
The G300 is quite comfortable for anyone who plays with a finger tip style grip. Claw grip can be achieved, but requires a little hand maneuvering to find that comfortable sweet spot. Sadly, those who play with a palm grip style will have trouble finding enough mouse on which to rest their hand.
Overall, this mouse is solid. It feels remarkably sturdy and durable. All of the buttons have a life of over 10 million clicks, so you know that the G300 was built to last. To top it all off, the rubberized thumb and pinkie grips provide a superior no-slip grip that will keep even the sweatiest of hands firmly clasped to it.
Logitech G300 Gaming Mouse Features and Specs
- Nine programmable controls
- Onboard Memory Profiles
- Use-configurable lighting
- Configuration software
- Ambidextrous shape
- 2500 dpi sensor
- 1 millisecond report rate
- Built for 10 million clicks
- MSRP $39.99
Rating: 4.8, votes: 4