Logitech MMO Gaming Mouse G600, Black
- With 20 MMO-tuned buttons
- Intuitive thumb panel design eliminates misclicks
- G-shift doubles button functions
- Sculpted, supportive shape reduces hand fatigue
- Customizable lighting effects and colours
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Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse
For complete control in your favorite MMOs
With 20 buttons, the Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse is the most customizable and easy-to-use mouse specifically designed for mastering your favorite MMOs. Whether you're out to burn down the boss or are in the heat of a PVP battle, this mouse gives you new power to execute every action with lightning-fast accuracy.
- 20 MMO-tuned buttons
- Intuitive thumb panel design eliminates misclicks
- G-shift doubles button functions
- Sculpted, supportive shape reduces hand fatigue
- Customizable lighting effects and colors
- Onboard memory stores three game profiles
- Gaming-grade laser sensor tracks up to 8200 dpi
- 1 millisecond USB report rate executes your actions instantly without lag
- Primary buttons rated to 20 million clicks
20 MMO-tuned buttons
Put every action at your fingertips with three primary buttons, 12 thumb buttons, a clickable scroll wheel that tilts, plus DPI and profile switching. They’re all pre-configured for optimal MMO use right out of the box – no drivers required.
Dual-dish thumb panel
Put immediate access to all 12 primary MMO skills under your thumb. The dual-dish design was developed with input from leading MMO game developers. Two carefully positioned sets of six buttons help reduce action timings and minimize misclicks.
G-shift and DPI shift
Use the G-Shift button to instantly double the number of actions you can perform with every other button. Set up to five DPI levels per profile and shift between them with the press of a button—great for precision sniping.
Locate keys in any room with custom backlit keys. Assign any of 16 million colors to each profile, profile mode, and mode style in the same game. You can tell, without looking down, which mode you’re in to ensure your setup is optimized.
The three memory profiles are stored onboard so you can access all of your button, tracking, and lighting color information on any computer with no software required. Want to customize the default settings? Want access to more intricate macro and scripting capabilities than the onboard macros can provide? Download the optional Logitech Gaming Software and tweak your settings to perfection*. (*Some profile settings require Logitech Gaming Software to be enabled and are not supported on Linux and earlier Windows-based operating systems.)
Comfortably shaped to go the distance
The G600 is sculpted to support your hand through hours of raiding.
Every button is tuned to reduce click fatigue without accidental actuations.
Experience high-precision laser tracking up to 8200 dpi. With primary buttons rated to 20 million clicks each and an ultra-durable braided USB cable, the G600 is built to last.
- Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8
- Available USB port
- Internet connection for optional configuration software download, available at logitech.com/support-downloads/software
- Buttons (Left / Right / Third): 20 million clicks
- Feet: 250 kilometers
- Weight: 133 grams (without cable)
- Dimensions: 118mm x 75mm x 41mm
- Cable length: 6.5 feet (2 meters)
*Measured on popular cloth and plastic gaming mouse pads. Specifications may vary depending on surface.
**Measured on a wood veneer desk. Specifications may vary depending on surface.
What’s in the box:
- User Documentation
- Resolution: 50 - 8200 dots per inch (dpi)
- Image processing: 11.25 megapixels/second
- Max. acceleration: 25G1
- Max. speed: up to 160 inches (4.06 meters)/second.*
- USB data format: 16 bits/axis
- USB report rate: Up to 1000 reports/second.
- Sleep mode: disabled
- Dynamic coefficient of friction: .09 µ (k)**
- Static coefficient of friction: .14 µ (s)**
- Total weight: 133 grams
- Cord: 15 grams
|Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA Gaming Mouse||Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Gaming Mouse||Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex Gaming Mouse||Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB Tunable Gaming Mouse||Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse|
|What do you get?||Great value and control for MOBA/RTS games||World’s fastest FPS gaming mouse||Performance Edition MOBA gaming mouse||Fully customizable lighting, surface, weight and balance tuning for FPS games||Complete control in your favorite MMOs|
|Connection: full-speed USB corded||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Sensor||High-definition optical||High-definition optical||High-definition optical||High-definition optical||Laser|
|Maximum resolution with on-the-fly DPI shifting||4,000 dpi||4,000 dpi||12,000 dpi||12,000 dpi||8,200 dpi|
|System support||Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista||Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista||Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista Mac OS X 10.8.x or later||Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7||Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP Mac OS X 10.6.x or later|
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Worth the money and compliments my computer accessories.
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I have used this mouse for FIVE. YEARS. DAILY. I have spilled coffee on this mouse, Monster energy drinks on this mouse, water on this mouse; this mouse swam every day as if it lived in a luxury hot tub but it was really just my desk.
This is a gaming mouse, yes, but as a gamer let me just tell you that there’s a difference between “gaming” hardware and then gaming hardware that actually delivers and is built to last for what you’re doing.
I’m not talking about logging in on League of Legends or Overwatch once or twice a week. I’m not talking about Call of Duty, Fortnite, or whatever everyone’s into these days. I’m talking about using this mouse constantly for a minimum of 8 hours per day, every day, 5-7 days a week. For years. This mouse was built to LAST.
I’ve had about 3 of these mice in this timespan. Not because they broke; they NEVER did. It’s just that after you own anything for more than a few years, especially after spilling various drinks on it, it just gets junky after a while. (You know...finger grease, bent cords, etc). I replaced this mouse on my own accord when I felt like treating myself - NEVER because I “had to”. Because I didn’t.
I don’t endorse many things in my life, but so help me, if you need a dependable mouse that you can rely on for years, THIS. IS. IT. 👏🏻.
I now live in my house with my boyfriend (whom I met off WoW... I know, yikes) and though we no longer competitively play games anymore, we still use this mouse for our computers. My entire life has gone into its next chapter and one of the only consistent factors in it has been this mouse. That’s wild.
My friends (guildies) have all gotten married and had kids, I’m still flying out to another one’s wedding later this year, so much of our lives have changed in incomprehensible ways. But Logitech never changed what they did, and I guess I’m not only reviewing this product but also thanking them for creating such a simple item that gives me so many fantastic memories. Again, it’s a mouse. That’s wild.
Anyway, thanks for reading. I gotta represent the brands I trust, you know? I hope you enjoy this product as much as I did, and continue to. Cheers.
This is peerless in terms of multi-button mice. Lighter than you might expect, the mouse is easy to use and fits well to the shape of the palm.
The real star here though is the button layout on the side. Logitech paid a lot of attention to make sure the buttons are easy to identify just by touch. Other mice have buttons that all feel the same, but the M600 has them set in 2 concave groups, so your thumb sits comfortably in the little concave depression of each, making it very easy to tell between the buttons. There’s no chance you’ll accidentally press the wrong one because you can immediately feel which one you’re touching.
Sadly Logitech don’t make this anymore and haven’t replaced it with a similar updated version. There’s nothing on the current market that comes close to this.
The first one lasted 2 1/2 years being used for up to 10 hours a day . . . the second one has been in use for 3 1/2 years of daily punishment.
The best gaming mouse for MMO [Guild Wars 2 ] - my kill rate and survival went way up when I learned where the buttons were :)
This is no coincidence. In 10 years i've probably bought like 10 or 11 peripherals (keyboards, mice, keypads, etc) and all of them high-end, and NONE lasted beyond 3 years. Now some people would say "that's normal wear and tear" or "just buy another one" but hell no. In the 90s and early 2000s i NEVER remember a keyboard or mouse failing on me (except for the balls of mice getting dirty, which could be cleaned). Logitech is a deceptive company, STAY AWAY from them.
started having the so called double click problem I wanna say 1.5 years is or so, which was solved temporarily by getting rid of the static buildup (unplug mouse, rapidly keep pressing the L/R buttons for half a minute)
eventually I had to take my mouse apart and readjust the tiny metal piece that is responsible for the clicking ... As you may have guessed, that was an absolute nightmare, mainly because it was my first time and was not sure what to do, I have confidence for the future though
couple months ago the middle click on the scroller stopped working entirely, along with the right press on the scroller (not the right mouse button)
I'm not too upset with the former as it is not a particularly convenient button to press, and can also easily be rebound if you need the middle mouse button pressed for whatever reason, the latter was much more impactful because it is an incredibly comfy button to use for something like a forward back/left right navigation
overall pleased with the mouse, it has seen me through very heavy, intensive and extended use over several years with a bit of maintenance
Coming from a Logitech G700, what did I miss? Large thumb buttons. There were only 4, so really hard to screw that up. What was the problem? There were only 4. With this G600, there are so many buttons I managed to map every skill to the mouse. There is also a G-Shift button that you press with your ring finger to literally double the amount of skills you can map to the mouse. Like G-shift + G9 becomes another skill... whoaa.
Despite this sounding very versatile, the G-Shift key felt a bit stiff for me. Pressing the G-Shift key with the ring finger which I have never used before on a mouse feels very awkward. Pressing both G-Shift + a thumb button just felt completely unnatural. I've already tried for a month and could never fully adjust to it. In the end, I removed the G-shift function.
The thumb buttons are pretty good and each button feels different so you can kinda tell which button row you are at by feeling around and which button from that row you are clicking without looking. I still mess up sometimes.. it's definitely not as easy as 4 buttons I can tell you that. I do find the buttons a bit small. There are also times when I press the thumb buttons accidentally because there is no place to rest my thumb while moving the mouse. In this sense, I felt like the Razor Hex mouse with its simple 6 button thumb area and a resting spot for the thumb maybe the better way to go. However, I've never seen that mouse drop to pricing level. Why are all MMO mice so expensive?
The thumb buttons also feel a bit small. I feel like if they just made a 3x3 pattern, where the center of the 3x3 is a resting spot for the thumb, it would be much more acceptable. Right now due to the location of the bottom row, I don't even use those buttons.. its too far to reach.
Tracking. Superb. I normally enjoy Optical mice more than Laser mice due to smoother tracking. This mouse wonderfully matches my optical experience, something I never quite found on my G700. Playing FPS was quite enjoyable on this mouse.
What else was missing? Hyperscroll wheel.. oh how I miss that. I really wish this mouse had that. Every mouse I've purchased from Logitech so far had that and it has been a joy to scroll through websites and documents. Now I find myself cursing and cussing without it.
Comfort. I don't have particularly large hands and I found the shape and comfort of this mouse to be perfect. In fact, I enjoy it way more than the G700 it succeeded. BTW, I use a palm grip if it matters.
Lastly software and leds. Coming from a G710+ keyboard and a G700 mouse, the Logitech Gaming software is no stranger to me. So it was quite easy for me to adjust and program the mouse. The leds are RGB and you can make different gaming profiles have different lighting effects. Neat! So if it's "breathing" white, I know it's for Guild Wars 2. If it's rotating colors, I know it's another game. That was pretty neat.
Overall pretty darn good mouse for the money. Some small quibbles but not enough to detract from a great experience.
1. Over 20 programmable buttons
2. Adjustable DPI
3. G-Setting is wicked.
4. Light weight
1. When you push a macro button there is no indication if the macro is active or not.. (This should be able to be set with the lighting effects but isnt possible.)
2. The thumb buttons are very sensitive so its very easy to accidentally push one of them.. the bad thing about this is if you have multiple macros set to multiple buttons it can be EXTREMELY difficult to see what button is active to turn the macro off. (basically related to issue #1)
3. The mouse is Ergonomic but that being said because of its size it can become slightly uncomfortable after time.
Other then the 3 small issues its a great gaming mouse.