Software

I have spoken about Logitech’s Gaming Software many times now and every single time I work with it I always come away happy with it. This is especially true when coming from some of the other options from other manufactures. What makes Logitech’s software great is the full integration with their entire product line. I actually didn’t need to install the software this time around because I already had it installed from my coverage of the G500s. The same goes with their gaming keyboard lineup as well, it all ties together in the software. For the G700s things are fairly simple. Along the bottom all of your installed Logitech devices are show, in this case just the G700s. From here you can jump to the page to setup the G700s or to the software settings page. On this page though you do get a full photo of the G700s as well as an option to let you select if we will be programing the onboard memory or a profile on the pc. As always I go with the onboard because if you switch to another PC it will still work the same, even without the software installed.

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The next page we have the same photo but here we can click on each of the mouse buttons to set their function as well as change the G770s’s DPI settings, report rate, and power mode. The last option there is a new one specifically for the wireless G700s, you can conserve your power but as a gamer I stuck with Max Gaming to make sure I wouldn’t have performance issues.

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When you click on a key this is the menu packed full of options that you will get. You can select from a long list of functions as well as just setting it to any keystroke on your keyboard or program a full macro is you need to as well.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #31927 30 Jul 2013 17:47
Today we take a look at Logitech's latest wireless gaming mouse
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renegade replied the topic: #31934 31 Jul 2013 09:08
best mouse i have ever owned. i own 2 g700 an 1 g700s love them.
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garfi3ld replied the topic: #31940 01 Aug 2013 08:04
Any issues at lans or around other people with them?
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cheatch replied the topic: #31956 01 Aug 2013 20:05
I've used this type of mouse probably over 10 years now (Laser MX) until the G700 came out. Recently got the G700s.

I do not believe it get much better than than this.

I use the side button a lot for push to talk, and in some FTP's for throwing grenades.

When the battery is low, can just plug in the cord without skipping a beat.

The only thing I could say about this mouse is that the cord seems to be stiffer than other mouse cords. It may because you are using to no resistance while wireless though and when you switch, you can tell.

Theoretically if you get 2, and when mouse is low on power, you can just switch them, which I've seen people do. It is also compatible with G700, which I also tested.
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renegade replied the topic: #31961 01 Aug 2013 21:39
Never had any issue with them at LAN's. Has had as many as 4-5 with in 10-30 feet from each other with no issues at all.
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Wingless92 replied the topic: #31967 02 Aug 2013 05:02
I hate batteries so I will never own a wireless mouse, keyboard or headset. I love Logitech products though.
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Wooderson replied the topic: #31968 02 Aug 2013 08:13

Wingless92 wrote: I hate batteries so I will never own a wireless mouse, keyboard or headset. I love Logitech products though.

+1

I think it is fare to say that Logitech is the all around best peripheral manufacturer. From their high end PC enthusiast mice and keyboards to the $10 Logitech K120 their all pretty solid, and last for years. My Logitech x518 optical mouse is over 5 years old. My wife still uses the 518 everyday. Like I said solid.

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