Logitech’s G305 LIGHTSPEED, a gaming mouse housed in a very portable form factor
Subject: General Tech | September 4, 2018 - 03:54 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: lightspeed, logitech, wireless mouse, input, g305
Logitech's Lightspeed G305 is a small wireless mouse perfect for shoving in your laptop bag and possibly forgetting all about it. The mouse will run for 250 hours on a single AA battery so when you do pull it out after a few months it will still work. The battery compartment also provides storage for the Nano receiver so you won't have to worry about it disappearing on you when you need it most. Techgage were impressed that Logitech installed their HERO sensor in the mouse, so you can set the DPI all the way up to 12,000 if you so desire and the polling rate goes from 125Hz up to 1000Hz though you can expect diminished battery life at the top end. Drop by for a closer look.
"Wireless mice are one of those things that rarely meets expectations, but Logitech seems to have cracked it with its LIGHTSPEED mice. The G305 under review today might be on the low-end, but we soon find out it’s a solid performer with an absurd battery life. Dig in for more details."
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