When gaming peripherals Logitech is now one of the veterans and can undoubtedly take can claim to have set important trends. Among the classics and bestsellers include the MX518 mouse. Whole generations of players were thrilled with this mouse and put them to some extent today.
Now, a replacement is presented with the G300s, which brings an ambidextrous design with curved shapes with it. The G300s is also ideal for players who prefer a slightly smaller mouse.
The newest feature is integrable Player Profiles is short. Several people can save their desired resolution and macros. These can then be used on other computers. Individual lighting for each player profile - Depending on the profile, the mouse lights in the corresponding color. A total of seven different colors to choose from.
The first central innovation concerns the optical sensor likewise optically scans the ground, but an almost twice as high maximum resolution available (2,500 instead of 1,800 dpi). This benefits the maximum distance that can be traveled with the mouse, without the occurrence of misfires.
While in standard mice, the packages are sent with 125 Hz via USB to the computer, the transfer takes place at the Logitech G300s with 1,000 Hz and thus 1,000 times in the second. Finally, the software was adapted. So convenient drag-and-drop profiles for over 200 games are now available.
Dimensions: 73 x 35 x 112 mm (W x H x D)
Weight: 85 g (without cable), 111 g (with cable)
Layout: Left & Right
Sensor type: optical
Resolution: 2500 dpi
USB Frequency: 1000 Hz
Buttons: 9 (programmable) + mouse wheel
Life expectancy: 10 million clicks / 250 km
Individual lighting for each player profile
Compatibility: Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP