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[Amazon.ca] Prime Day: Logitech G604 Lightspeed Wireless Mouse $79.99

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[Amazon.ca] Prime Day: Logitech G604 Lightspeed Wireless Mouse $79.99

Previous lowest price was $99.99, according to Camel. This mouse is the successor to the G602 and I've been using it since it first came out (upgraded from the G602) and love the hardware. Only downside is that it uses Logitech G Hub software, and in my experience it's an awful buggy mess. But if you've used any modern Logitech mouse, you're probably used to it by now.
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The thing that sold me on this mouse was that it is the only one that has both the hyper scroll wheel and at least 4 thumb buttons. I got it for the $99 sale 3 months ago. So far it's been awesome.
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any double click issue so far?

I just bought a week ago for almost the same price a Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed.. anyone know the difference between the two?
Should i stick with my razer or go with this?
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looking for a wired gaming mouse to replace my broken logitech g503. looking for something smaller and lighter than then one I had. any recommendations?

using it for first person shooter games

maybe the SteelSeries Sensei 310 or the Razer Mamba Elite ???
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BillyBill wrote: looking for a wired gaming mouse to replace my broken logitech g503. looking for something smaller and lighter than then one I had. any recommendations?

using it for first person shooter games

maybe the SteelSeries Sensei 310 or the Razer Mamba Elite ???
Might be best to post in the correct forum or on mousereview reddit.
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Anyone else notice that the "clickers" on Logitech mice are just getting cheaper and louder?

I have owned Logitech mice forever, and I decided to upgrade a few of my older ones, but the clicking feel and sound was "China Cheap" and incredibly loud. I tested them beside the older models, as well as newer ones that had barely been used, and the the "CLICK" noise was easily 2-5X louder. Just to be sure I didn't just buy a pile of duds, I did some searching online and I'm not alone and I found some hilarious threads on Reddit where the nerds are up in arms about these "Clicky-Clacky" cheapo Logitech mice.

Some of them are really bad, like the Anywhere MX, the G502, and the G305, but they have all gone extremely cheap and loud, as even a new M325 was like 3X louder than the old ones I have, and I even tested it against an out-of-the-box new one I got on a Staples clearance years ago. Some of these the clicking sound is like breaking chicken bones and is certain to get you angry stares from those working close by.

I had to return them and (gasp) buy a few Microsoft units, as well as trying out the Logitech Silent Mouse (you know there's a noise problem when the same company produces a "Silent" model) which sounds more like a laptop's dull click, and won't get me kicked out of the library or angry looks from coworkers.
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JackWhyte wrote: Anyone else notice that the "clickers" on Logitech mice are just getting cheaper and louder?

I have owned Logitech mice forever, and I decided to upgrade a few of my older ones, but the clicking feel and sound was "China Cheap" and incredibly loud. I tested them beside the older models, as well as newer ones that had barely been used, and the the "CLICK" noise was easily 2-5X louder. Just to be sure I didn't just buy a pile of duds, I did some searching online and I'm not alone and I found some hilarious threads on Reddit where the nerds are up in arms about these "Clicky-Clacky" cheapo Logitech mice.

Some of them are really bad, like the Anywhere MX, the G502, and the G305, but they have all gone extremely cheap and loud, as even a new M325 was like 3X louder than the old ones I have, and I even tested it against an out-of-the-box new one I got on a Staples clearance years ago. Some of these the clicking sound is like breaking chicken bones and is certain to get you angry stares from those working close by.

I had to return them and (gasp) buy a few Microsoft units, as well as trying out the Logitech Silent Mouse (you know there's a noise problem when the same company produces a "Silent" model) which sounds more like a laptop's dull click, and won't get me kicked out of the library or angry looks from coworkers.
Totally agree, my new M720 mouse is loud and disturb everyone. Not so annoying before when i use aother logitech mouse, won't look back again for logitech next time.

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