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Customizable resolution 200-5700 DPi on the fly.
Feels very comfortable.
Nice positioning of DPi switching buttons.
Scroll Wheel toggle.
Works like a precision instrument.
Onboard memory for custom game profiles.
Doesn’t look great.
Getting up and running with the SetPOint software took me too long.
Scroll wheel a little oversensitive.
Not keen on the design of thumb buttons, quite easy to press wrong one by accident.
Requires software to change profiles.
Doesn't use Logitech's new Darkfield laser.
Rubber coating peels off within weeks.
By TechSpot on June 11, 2010
Back in 2008 we took a look at five mice from the likes of Logitech, Razer and Microsoft. Each of them offered a unique blend of features, specifications and overall styling cues designed specifically with gamers in mind. Today we up the ante and...
By Gamers Daily News on April 25, 2012
DesignNot quite a full redesign like the G9x but just enough was changed to keep up with the...
By TechSmart.co.za on August 24, 2010
The Logitech G500 mouse is perfect for the gamer who requires that extra edge. The device is easy-to-use, extremely comfortable and full of functionality. And whether it was the explosive mayhem of Battlefield Bad Company 2 or the precisely measured...
By APH Networks on May 14, 2010
Engineered for advanced precision and control. That was the slogan used on the retail box of Logitech's MX500 high performance optical mouse way back in the day (Funny how I still remember it so clearly so many years later, haha). The Logitech MX500...
By TechRadar on April 26, 2010
Logitech's G500 is wired, has 11 buttons (including 10 that are customisable) and comes with 27g worth of miniature weights to alter its heft. Its closest rival, Microsoft's Sidewinder X8, can be either wired or wireless, has 12 buttons (with...
By HardwareHeaven on April 22, 2010
The G500 has very similar features to its big brother, the G9x, despite the £20 difference in price. Where they differ is in ergonomics and flexibility. For gamers who utilise a palm-grip when gaming the G500 is perfect. For claw and finger-grip...
By Trusted Reviews on April 20, 2010
Logitech has a rich pedigree in peripherals, even more so those of the gaming variety, and like any manufacturer it's constantly refreshing and refining its products. However, while the Editor's Choice Award-winning has recently spawned the...
By HEXUS.net on April 01, 2010
The Logitech Gaming Mouse G500 is a revised version of Logitech’s popular G5 mouse offering a few new changes over its predecessor. Released in September 2009, you can now pick up the G500 for around £45. Opening the box It’s good to...
By Tom's Guide on December 18, 2009
We tested nine mice to find out which one is the best for each type of gamer. Each mouse has been scored, but we come away with the opinion that each mouse was well-built, well-thought-out, and well-designed. The Razer Orochi, Razer Naga, and...
By Overclockers Club on December 08, 2009
When it comes to the performance of the Logitech G500, it was quite impressive. The mouse was able to perform well on all levels of testing that I put it through including the precision testing, the customization testing, the comfort testing, and the...
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