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Why is it free? Does the G500 come with perfect no scratch condition or it is not perfectly made?
my old G5 cord started to short out so logitech sent me the G500 as a replacement.
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my old G5 cord started to short out so logitech sent me the G500 as a replacement.
wow really that sweet? How many years of warranty!?
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wow really that sweet? How many years of warranty!?
3 years. it was prob one of the easiest rma's ive ever done.
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3 years. it was prob one of the easiest rma's ive ever done.
I thought G5 is older than 3 years
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Does RAT 3579 let you feel comfortable? Yeah it looks very robotic, but can someone really feel good with it!?
My RAT 7 is very comfortable to use. My first impression of it. Before I even used it. Was that it did not look comfortable to use. It can be adjusted to fit just about anyone's hand. It is a heavy mouse. Even without weights. One thing I really like about it is that it has small feet. Which equals less friction.
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From my extensive search for the best mouse for "me" I'd have to say a Logitech mouse. I've seen many comments on multiple forum sites where someone is looking to replace a Logitech mouse from 5+ years ago! Being an anal mouse nerd I go through at least 2 or 3 a year.

However, from my recent stint of mice the best I've ran across is the R.A.T 7. I have the original. They recently released an Albino version
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Does RAT 3579 let you feel comfortable? Yeah it looks very robotic, but can someone really feel good with it!?
I really enjoy my RAT 7. As far as comfort, I don't believe that there's another mouse out there with the 'fit-to-hand' adjust-ability of this one. That said, I have heard of some tracking issues but I feel this is avoided by keeping the sensors clean.

The software is pretty awesome, allowing you to set both x and y dpi independently of themselves (ie 5600 left to right and 2600 up and down) - although, I believe, a lot of software does this now. There are also multiple profiles available that can be switched on the fly.

One feature I haven't really played with is the sniper button on the left of the mouse. When pressed, it halves the dpi (if I remember correctly) thereby slowing the mouse movement across the screen - I really should try this out.
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I really enjoy my RAT 7. As far as comfort, I don't believe that there's another mouse out there with the 'fit-to-hand' adjust-ability of this one. That said, I have heard of some tracking issues but I feel this is avoided by keeping the sensors clean.

The software is pretty awesome, allowing you to set both x and y dpi independently of themselves (ie 5600 left to right and 2600 up and down) - although, I believe, a lot of software does this now. There are also multiple profiles available that can be switched on the fly.

One feature I haven't really played with is the sniper button on the left of the mouse. When pressed, it halves the dpi (if I remember correctly) thereby slowing the mouse movement across the screen - I really should try this out.
Seem like really good. It is more like a research project in my point of view LOL. Is that an European product!?
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I had a logitech G5 which I loved for a few years, but a few months ago I won a R.A.T.7 at i43 by beating a "pro" gamer at COD (man that game is simple) and I have to admit I really enjoy this mouse.
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Nothing compares to my Razer Deathadder Black Edition.
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