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Logitech G305 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse, HERO 12K Sensor, 12,000 DPI, Lightweight, 6 Programmable Buttons, 250h Battery Life, On-Board Memory, PC/Mac - Black

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With the dongle being close by at all times, I no longer worry about my wireless mouse glitching or losing reception. We couldn't quite measure that, but our hand did tell us this is one snappy gaming mouse for a wireless model.

With a maximum DPI of 12000, adjustable DPI, and optical tracking method, this mouse is perfect for all types of gaming experiences.Of course, you do all that button remapping on the easy-to-use Logitech G Hub, which lets you do other things like create and save up to 5 profiles (yes, the mouse does have onboard memory) with each profile touting up to 5 DPI levels, pick a polling rate, and create macros. It's customisable from 200 to 12,000 DPI, so you're always in control over how fast the mouse travels across the screen. But to program the G305 Lightspeed's six programmable buttons, including the CPI settings for the dedicated button, you'll need to download Logitech's free G Hub software.

Comparatively, the Logitech only connects wirelessly with a USB receiver, and it uses one AA battery. Logitech has also released it in a handful of fun colors, like Mint and Lilac, which sets the G305 apart from your average black-and-neon gaming mouse.Besides the usual solid black and solid white options, it comes in three different colourways and the K/DA special edition. These two mice have similarly excellent gaming performance, but the Fantech is significantly more lightweight.

It also doesn't have RGB lighting like the G Pro Wireless and only has one set of side buttons on the left, while the G Pro Wireless has two side buttons on either side. It’s an ambidextrous design save for side buttons on the left side, so it’s slightly biased towards right hand mouse users. The Logitech G403 Prodigy Wireless is better than the Logitech G305 LIGHTSPEED if you're looking for an ergo-shaped mouse for a palm grip. But the Logitech G305 Lightspeed is proof that you can find a great entry-level mouse for a lot less.Also, any downloadable content (DLC) or codes that usually come with these items are likely to have been redeemed already and are not available for reuse. On the other hand, the G502 has a much more aggressive design with sharp angles and more side buttons. Logitech's proprietary Hero sensor used in the G305 Lightspeed is the kind of technology that can help make that happen. Due to its smaller size, the Logitech may be more suitable for people with small hands, especially in a claw or fingertip grip.

I was never a fan of the side buttons on the G Pro, since they felt mushy with a force curve on the down press. Good - The item shows wear from consistent use, but it remains in good condition and works perfectly. One of the cheapest wireless gaming mice on the shelves, this one’s a shoo-in if you’re just starting to get on the wireless bandwagon. Attractive, adept, and affordable, the Logitech G305 Lightspeed Wireless proves that wireless gaming mice don’t have to be expensive to see you through your favorite PC games. It’s easy to pick up and reposition thanks to the slightly sloped edges, and it has just enough texture to maintain grip even in a sweaty gaming hand.

In Psychonauts 2, the mouse responds well, moving accurately with our own movements and triggering immediately at every press.

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