G600 gaming mouse is the latest gaming gadget from Logitech which is encrusted with buttons to give a new level of multiplayer gaming experience. These user friendly buttons are the highlight of this new Logitech gaming mouse which makes it a standalone product. This looks somewhat similar to Naga's 12 side buttons but this new mouse has now 20 buttons. Almost all gaming actions can be configured and preset with these buttons that it is quite easy to play even the most advanced games just using this mouse.
These 20 control buttons are clustered together at the side of the mouse in a contoured panel. Three of them are primary buttons and 12 are thumb buttons. Even though Logitech pre-program these buttons while it ships, there are options to customize it to suit any macro or any specific function. There is no need of any special drivers for this to operate.
Playing with this mouse is also quite easy. With the two distinct 6 button sets, the thumb can be guided easily to reach the right spot. The buttons of the mouse are back lit making them easier to operate. The USB cable which is 6.5-foot is cloth-wrapped, make it more resilient. The scroll wheel is well clickable and can be easily tilted. With easy and quick navigation, the thumb panel is kept within easy reach thus preventing possibility of missed clicks. The RBG illumination of the thumb panel is customizable, as well. It can be set to change manually or automatically.
With the onboard key-memory, it can easily be plugged into another machine and can have personal settings too loaded up with ease. Apart from the normal mouse specs, G600 also features 3 profiles, two for online role-playing and the other one for games like Call of Duty shooter. The USB response time and laser tracking is fast enough to play the games efficiently at critical points.
The mouse comes in black and white outfit. Those who are really impressed with the twenty button rich G600 gaming mouse can have this one by spending around Rs. 4,000/-. Gaming admirers have to wait until this July to get a hand to this new Logitech mouse.