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[Logitech.com] G305 LIGHTSPEED WIRELESS GAMING MOUSE $39.99

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[Logitech.com] G305 LIGHTSPEED WIRELESS GAMING MOUSE $39.99

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ken20kca wrote: Sale price is back. Free shipping on order over $49.
I think the sale died as I was just looking at it.

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Only black and white available. If the sale price doesn't show up, then just add it to your cart like the OP indicated.
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Reload the page or add it to cart. Discount should show up.
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Same price can be found on Amazon.ca often. Personally, I wouldn't recommend this mouse, it's 90's old school style mouse that doesn't support the pinky. For reference, I have tiny hands, it can barely reach the Cs on a piano. Although this mouse's RGB is really pretty and glows nicely, this is my backup mouse. My pinky needs mouse support to reduce RSI. I'd definitely recommend the Razer's Deathadder - it's perfect hand support and responsive where I also got it for $39.99. I have both mouses bc I'm a mouse hoarder but if I could only pick one, I'd pick the Razer. The only downside with the Razer is the there's no RGB glow only a white glow which isn't too bright.

Note, I'm not a hardcore gamer with the mouse. I use these mouses for work. I would say accuracy is well but not sure how it compares to fps games. I play Fortnite on my switch with a pro controller. ^^;
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angelove wrote: Same price can be found on Amazon.ca often. Personally, I wouldn't recommend this mouse, it's 90's old school style mouse that doesn't support the pinky. For reference, I have tiny hands, it can barely reach the Cs on a piano. Although this mouse's RGB is really pretty and glows nicely, this is my backup mouse. My pinky needs mouse support to reduce RSI. I'd definitely recommend the Razer's Deathadder - it's perfect hand support and responsive where I also got it for $39.99. I have both mouses bc I'm a mouse hoarder but if I could only pick one, I'd pick the Razer. The only downside with the Razer is the there's no RGB glow only a white glow which isn't too bright.

Note, I'm not a hardcore gamer with the mouse. I use these mouses for work. I would say accuracy is well but not sure how it compares to fps games. I play Fortnite on my switch with a pro controller. ^^;
Where can you get the Deathadder mouse for $39, please let me know.
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angelove wrote: Same price can be found on Amazon.ca often. Personally, I wouldn't recommend this mouse, it's 90's old school style mouse that doesn't support the pinky.
were you using fingertip grip?
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This mouse has been a warrior for me. No, it's not highly ergonomic or optimal for productivity. This is, first and foremost, a gaming mouse designed for users who prefer this size of mouse and fingertip and claw grips (claw for small-med hands imo).

The sensor is fantastic for gaming. It feels almost as nice as my wired hero and 3360 sensor mice -- like 99% as good. It helps to extend the receiver right to the edge of the mouse pad. My main pc is setup next to a tv and a couch so this mouse has been convenient for switching between the two locations. It has survived more than a dozen falls from the couch to a hard laminate floor.

Rechargeable batteries last me more than a month of hardcore fps gaming. It takes less than 5 seconds to swap batteries. I much prefer the AA battery system over integrated batteries. I have a g902 with a dead integrated battery that feels like a waste.
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How does this compare to the Logitech G604 the other day for $60? Is this G305 signifcantly worse ergonomics or feature wise?
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no discount for the pink or blue ones? Disappointed But Relieved Face
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PonchoCase wrote: How does this compare to the Logitech G604 the other day for $60? Is this G305 signifcantly worse ergonomics or feature wise?
Different purposes IMO. If you prefer a small and light mouse and don't mind not having a tilt wheel and less custom buttons then this is the mouse to get.

I got both recently and imo the g305 is superior in the weight and size department. Coming from a tactx the size was perfect for me. I use it for work and use the g604 for my desktop since I want the tilt wheels extra button mapping.
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Size wise is the G305 similar to their Anywhere MX 2S mouse? And can I use the same dongle as other Logitech mice?
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angelove wrote: Same price can be found on Amazon.ca often. Personally, I wouldn't recommend this mouse, it's 90's old school style mouse that doesn't support the pinky. For reference, I have tiny hands, it can barely reach the Cs on a piano. Although this mouse's RGB is really pretty and glows nicely, this is my backup mouse. My pinky needs mouse support to reduce RSI. I'd definitely recommend the Razer's Deathadder - it's perfect hand support and responsive where I also got it for $39.99. I have both mouses bc I'm a mouse hoarder but if I could only pick one, I'd pick the Razer. The only downside with the Razer is the there's no RGB glow only a white glow which isn't too bright.

Note, I'm not a hardcore gamer with the mouse. I use these mouses for work. I would say accuracy is well but not sure how it compares to fps games. I play Fortnite on my switch with a pro controller. ^^;
This mouse is awesome value and pretty unanimously the value king at this price if the size fits your grip style. It doesn't have RGB so I think you may be confused. Mice are a personal thing though. Tempted to pick up a second for this price.

I use an ergo mouse for work and one of these for fps gaming. Also have a g403 wired. This is just as fast (objectively and subjectively).

Mine is modified with an AAA battery with an adapter to reduce weight and it still lasts mega long.
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How does this compare in size to the G402? Really enjoy the size of this mouse but its wired.

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