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Hardware Logitech G400 Review

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by arcticstoat, 28 Sep 2011.

  1. Leitchy

    Leitchy Minimodder

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    MX510 for the past 4/5 years. Still going strong <3
     
  2. Kiytan

    Kiytan Shiny

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    <3 my MX518, still a really really nice mouse, especially as you can get it for about £20 now.
     
  3. phuzz

    phuzz This is a title

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    Well, I know what I'll be getting if my current logitech ever dies (I think it's an original G5). Don't care about a laser* or having an over 9000 dpi sensor or what-not, I always just go for a mouse that is comfortable in my hand. Oh, and thumb buttons, need thumb buttons.


    (* it's spelt with an 'S', because it's an acronym)
     
  4. AstralWanderer

    AstralWanderer What's a Dremel?

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    You have to use LGS for this thing? Gahhhhh!!!

    I had Logitech's G13 keypad which I ended up ditching when I found that LGS was, for some unaccountable reason, using over 100MB of GPU memory (according to MSI Afterburner) when running. Even with 1GB GPU VRAM, 100MB is a helluva lot to lose...
     
  5. knuck

    knuck Hate your face

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    I had to use my backup 518 for a week before I purchased a second DeathAdder and my hand was killing me... which is odd since I've had 4x510s and 3x518s over the years and I never had this problem. 0.o

    I guess I just got used to the DeathAdder's superior shape (for me anyways)
     
  6. PingCrosby

    PingCrosby What's a Dremel?

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    There's a moose loose, aboot this hoose,
     
  7. sear

    sear What's a Dremel?

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    I used the G5 for a long while and liked it quite a bit, but ever since switching over to a Razer Imperator, the G5 shape (and other similar ones) all feel a little bit large and clunky, like there's too much mouse for me to grip, like the mouse buttons are just a little too weighty and require too much force to press, etc. Still, looks like a good, cheap gaming mouse, and while I'd go for something nicer, that's definitely a great buy at the price they're offering.
     
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