Subject: General Tech | November 15, 2011 - 06:51 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: gaming mouse, logitech, G300
Check out the Logitech G300, a smallish mouse with an adjustable DPI from 200 to 2500DPI, LEDs on the side with eight choices of colour (including off) and nine programmable buttons with three saved profiles possible. Not too shabby for $40, eh? You do miss out on adjustable weights and some may find the mouse too small for their hands, but neither of those facts detracted from Techgage's final judgment. The lack of Linux support did cause some consternation and the unique placement of the side buttons could be a concern for some, but this is still a great way to expand your mousing potential for a small investment.
"There are many gaming mice on the market that sell for well over $60, but Logitech delivers an option at a mere $40 that it believes will cater to a huge number of gamers out there. It features a small, light design, a total of nine completely configurable buttons, a 2500 DPI sensor, comprehensive support for macros and more."
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