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Logitech G7 Gaming Mouse
By: Dan Wellman
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    Table of Contents:
  • Logitech G7 Gaming Mouse
  • Setting it up
  • Batteries included
  • Laser and Software
  • Testing and Conclusion

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    Logitech G7 Gaming Mouse

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    The Logitech G7 is more than just a mouse; itís a precision engineered miracle of input technology that oozes appeal and delivers best in class performance. As you can tell, I liked this mouse a lot and during the course of this article Iím going to convince you to do the same.

    The G7 is a wireless, rechargeable, 2000 DPI (yes, two thousand!) laser mouse, ergonomically styled, and lightweight. It makes use of proven polymer technology to provide ultra-smooth travel.

    The box contents are as follows: the mouse itself obviously; two hot-swappable, rechargeable Li-ion batteries; the charging station; a USB dongle and the documentation and driver/software CD. I actually paid a little extra and opted for the UK only Limited Special Edition, which also includes a robust and stylish case to securely carry the mouse to LAN parties or other events where the use of a good mouse might be advantageous. 

    Aside from the LAN case, the only other differences between the standard and special editions are that the left and right buttons are constructed from ultra light carbon and colored differently, and that the function buttons and charging station are blue instead of green. The difference in price was close to ten English pounds between the two editions, the standard being available in the UK for £49.99, the special edition for £60. While this is fairly expensive for a mouse (everyone that I have told how much the mouse cost has reacted with surprise and exclamation), the durability and feature-rich design ensures that this is an investment that will serve you well.

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