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LogitechG G604

No Longer Used

I stopped using this mouse after the left click began to be inconsistant. Sometimes I would click and hold (shooting in a game for example) and then all of the sudden it would unregister my click (making me stop shooting) even though I never lifted my finger. I never contacted support about this issue but I'm sure if I did they would either fix it or send me a new one. Their customer support has been great in my experience. Another general negative is that the mouse is battery powered instead of rechargeable. This made charging turn arounds rather quick but I never have AA batteries on hand so it was more cumbersome in the long run.

I love the ergonomics since I have large hands as well as the numerous buttons on the side. I play a variety of games so having those buttons is nice. I do miss those. Also there were no RGB's on the mouse which I liked. It is also obviously wireless which was a big plus for me. Never had any latency issues.

Owned for 2 years, used daily

Would not buy again

Logitech G512 Carbon

Wear and Tear

1. Some of the LEDs on the keyboard stop working (lights up but one of the color is spoilt, so can't show the right color) after less than a year in. Currently at 3 years of usage, about 30-50% of the LEDs are not able to show the right color. Would recommend getting the version with non-customizable LEDs as the GHub LED profiling thing is pretty gimicky imo. 2. 2 of the number pad keys malfunctioning, will not respond to keypress sometimes. 3. Difficult to clean keyplate. You can remove the keycaps and unscrew all the screws holding the keyplate, but apparently there are additional screws holding in the keyplate from the back so you can't remove the keyplate to clean it properly. You have to wipe it with the switches still there in place which can be a pain.

Keyboard feels great to type on and is very sturdy. Generally all the important keys are still working.

Owned for 4 years, used daily

Would not buy again

Logitech MX Ergo

Early Failure

Left click

Amazing trackball in all daily usage aspects.

Owned for 2 years, used daily

Would not buy again

Logitech M350 Pebble Wireless Mouse

Wear and Tear

left click button starts getting stuck from time to time. it doesn't always happen and it's still usable, but it slows down my work to the point that i had to use a different mouse when it happens

it's very quiet and the battery lasts very long

Owned for 1.5 years, used daily

Would buy again

Logitech H800

Early Failure

the headset is very cheapy made. the first one broke in two months. where the mic was not working. Amazon helped me with the replacement from logitech, the second one lasted for a year before breaking. this time it was the speaker on off button. i had switch it on and off for about 7-10 times before i can get it to work

none. other than it has wireless, but the range is small...so saying it again....none

Owned for 1.25 years, used daily

Would not buy again

Logitech G533

Wear and Tear

The microphone broke shortly after the warranty expired.

Good Sound input und output (while it lasted)

Owned for 2 years, used daily

Would not buy again

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