Logitech Optical Gaming Mouse G300s
- A compact shape works for both left and right hands
- Built for comfort and durability
- Default configuration straight out of the box
- Can re-assign any game command or multi-command macro
- The low-friction polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) feet
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Logitech Optical Gaming Mouse is built for comfort and durability with a compact shape works for both left and right hands. It has default configuration straight out of the box or set up one-button triggers for actions that typically require digging into menus. It can re-assign any game command or multi-command macro to any one of nine programmable buttons with Logitech gaming software (LGS).
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After using this mouse for a day, I have to say it is one of the best budget mice I’ve ever used. The software isn’t a must, but it does add some custom functionality. The sides also light up and have 7 colour choices or off. The side grip is rubberised. It might feel a little small for some, but I like it that way. May consider a G900 series next time. Well worth the price.
I looked for a good left handed mouse, at a fair price, and ended up back with a new G300.
Perfect for work or gaming, programmable and fast. Very happy.
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It's everything I wanted from I purchased the mouse. I'm not a gamer; I needed this for design and animation (Illustrator, After Affects), and the high-resolution setting is just perfect for me. I don't use many of the extra buttons, but they do come in handy sometimes. I definitely recommend it.
- Very comfortable to hold.
- Superb precision in FPS titles (Couple it with a quality mouse pad. Mine is Razer Goliathus)
- 4 programmable buttons which work flawlessly in windows and mac (Please download the dedicated software)
- 3 separate macro modes and dedicated mode switching button (4 keys can be configured in 3 modes. And the best part, mouse has option the store these values so that it will work the same way in both windows and mac)
- 4 LED colors that are programmable
- On-the-fly DPI switching with dedicated button
- 5 DPI settings that are customisable from 200-2500 range.
- No ghosting felt so far.
- Can't think about anything. Only positive experiences so far.
- Ergonomically perfect
- Excellent for claw grip
- Software is simple to use and very easily customisable
- no dpi lag on screen
- sturdy make and the colors are great
- Limited clicks after which the mouse click stops responding: I play dota and i cant use this mouse beyond 1 year as the clicks go dead.
I have bought this mouse 3 times in the past 4 years. Wish the number of mouse clicks were more.
I like that you can set different colours for different dpi modes + main click, that way I know which one I’m on at a time. It’s light and a good shape too
- Cheap starter gaming mouse (has 4 mouse buttons allowing more control in rts/fps).
- Logitech software allows the easy changing of dpi into 3 profiles which can be saved, each with it's own RBG led colour.
- Right/left click are buggy, either they don't click or double-click, I assume it's broken.
- Mouse wheel is also buggy, scrolls up and down a little but then stops.
- Relatively small mouse, takes some getting used to it.
Please be aware that this mouse has unique button placements (the extra buttons are located on the top of the mouse, rather than the sides. I don't know of any other mouse having such a design) This means it will take time to get used to it and later on, switching from this mouse to some other mouse would be REALLY difficult (especially for FPS players).
Please keep in mind that there is no disadvantage of having the extra buttons on top. It's just a different design you have to get used to...
As for the mouse, I have abused it for over two years after which the left click stopped working. Logitech WON'T REPAIR/CHANGE the buttons after warranty even if you pay. So I, with a lot of reluctance, bought the G402 Hyperion Fury (₹2.2k but, in my opinion, better design for FPS games). It took me some time to actually start using the side buttons.
The Logitech Software is really good. Razer has THE BEST Software though.
Plugged it in, nothing. Tried a Windows 10 machine, same thing.
Aside from it being completely defective, it's cheap Chinese trash. I felt like I could crush this thing with my hand. I was hoping it would be decent but It's crappier than the M510 which is somehow cheaper. It's like I'm being forced to use bluetooth.
The 5-star reviewers have Stockholm syndrome. Save your money.
My usage was fairly moderate - a couple of hours of gaming in every two days or so. I wouldn't say I heavily used this mouse, ever. The worst part is I can't go and claim warranty as Logitech centers are closed due to the lockdown. I'm stuck with this inferior product, not buying from Logi ever again.
Gave a bit time to think and ended up for this one , Why ?
1: Programmable Keys ( you can give task from your game / softwares to one specific key.
2: Good DPI settings and software you can download related to this product.
3: I use softwares like adobe in daily fashion, so giving shortcut keys are time saviour.
4: Quite Modern and comes with long cable, really long (easily used with distant Setups)
5: Good for gamers ( DPI settings to control cursor movements and Various light on your mouse)
Why to choose this ?
- serve the purpose
- Quite good looking
- seems handy and comfortable
- lightning makes it good for gamers
Things which i didnt liked.
-Left - Mouse click keys are not that much user friendly.
- clicks are quite less responsive and you dont get much click feel.
apart of left right click buttons , its good, its not that bad but if you see
minutely , those things you will get too good if you go for higher range
It's really the perfect mouse for me. I play a variety of games casually and the number of buttons is just right since I don't use too many to begin with. The button layouts are pretty good, except sometimes I'll hit the DPI adjusting ones but it's easy to just reverse that. The cord is a good length, not too long and not too short. The mouse itself is very responsive and I've never had any issues with it.
As many other comments said, this mouse is quite small in size. That is not an issue for me because I personally have very small hands (child size) that measure 5.5 inches (wrist to top of middle finger). I think if you have large hands, this mouse might not be so comfortable for you.
Recently, I've found that the USB connector itself has been a little finicky. Sometimes if I bump the USB a little bit I'll hear it disconnect, and it can't be 100% plugged in for it to work, only 95% plugged in. I don't find this to be an issue though.
Would recommend this mouse. If this mouse dies on me (which I don't expect it to), I'll definitely be getting another one of the same.
-just perfect weight and nice grip.
-custom profiles to adjust mouse buttons.
-rgb light indicators.
-smooth and quick response <1ms
-nice dpi range.
-classic traditional rubber jacket cable.
The mouse competes with it's brother the G102 prodigy, which is also great for beginners but the extra buttons on this mouse (2) vs the G102 and the placement of the buttons if whats different. The G102 is slightly larger too.
The mouse is smaller than your average gaming mice but makes for amazing flick shots. I do have a G602 also, but prefer using the G300 that I have from long back because the G602 is really big and heavy (review is certified because roommate bought it). I PLAY CLAW GRIP
If you want to upgrade to any other gaming mouse you'll have a problem due to the unique button placement on this.
If you have more money, I suggest going for the G403 ( INR 2400) or G502 (INR 5400) . If you're new to the concept of a gaming mouse, this is a great place to start :)