Overclock.net › Components › Keyboards & Mice › Mice › Logitech G5 Laser Mouse (Blue/Black) › Reviews › Fortunex's Review

Good mouse.

A Review On: Logitech G5 Laser Mouse (Blue/Black)

Logitech G5 Laser Mouse (Blue/Black)

Rated # 60 in Mice
See all 1 reviews
Recent Pricing:
Purchased on:
Price paid: $60.00
Posted · 1185 Views · 1 Comment

Pros: Comfortable, adjustable weight, no acceleration that I can detect.

Cons: Rubber coating is starting to wear away on the thumb area after 1 1/2 - 2 years of use, braided cable is starting to fray where it rubs on my desk

Owned it for almost 2 years now.

Great mouse, comfortable, feet are still functional and smooth. No detectable acceleration or prediction on a Steelseries QCK cloth pad. Adjustable weights are cool, adjustable DPI is great.

Starting to wear out now though, rubber coating is worn down to the smooth plastic where my thumb sits, the braided cable it starting to fray a bit where it rubs on the edge of my desk, but it's been good to me for a long time, so no complaints really.

1 Comment:

I also had a mouse like this for a long time. I recently sold it to someone for 25$ who said he really enjoys it.

Ever since I could not go back to optical mice, I could never detect any of the so called problems.

Although I own a Xai now and love it I am constantly feeling the need to buy a G500 due to nostalgia.
Overclock.net › Components › Keyboards & Mice › Mice › Logitech G5 Laser Mouse (Blue/Black) › Reviews › Fortunex's Review