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Logitech g9x $44.99 at Staples
Logitech g9x mouse is $44.99 + tax at staples with $20 off all logitech mouse or keyboards $50 or more coupon(in-store only). Its currently $67.99 at amazon. The coupon expires June 23th. I recceived it through email two days ago.
The only thing is that the g9x is only offered online. But if you go in to the store and say you would like to buy the mouse and present the coupon in store they will honor the coupon and even ship to your house for free!
The warranty is nothing short of amazing. I was slightly over a year with my G9 and I talked with a representative since the cable had a break somewhere on the inside which caused the mouse to constantly disconnect and reconnect. Without even having to wait I was told not to worry and a new one will be sent my way. I didn't have to mail the broken mouse in (still haven't attempted repairing the old G9,) and I received a G9x as a replacement. For a mouse that I paid $50 for, I got way more than my money's worth. The replacement mouse still works like a charm.
Last edited by watahboy; 06-21-2012 at 10:12 PM..
The reason Logitech is still my preferred company for any and all peripherals, personally and in the IT department I oversee is because I had a G7 wireless mouse go bad on me due to hardware problems in the product; they shipped me another one; then when that also gave me problems two years down the road, they shipped me a G700, which is probably the best mouse I've ever used.
I had the G9 for a while too, and that was a very good mouse. TU!
The reason Logitech is still my preferred company for any and all peripherals, personally and in the IT department I oversee is because !
Mine started with the large giveaway they did of a keyboard/mouse combo WAY back when. The products were excellent and had reception on the opposite side of the house. While the reception has dropped off, most likely due to wifi spreading out on the market, the pair still work today.
My MX1000 wireless mouse is still going strong after 7 years of use, on the stock battery. My Harmony 890 had a bad battery that they replaced out of warranty. I haven't had their speakers, but while I preferred the Klipsch Promedia sound back in the day, the Logitechs that came out shortly afterward appeared to be more reliable over the long term.
It's good there there is still a company that cares strongly about customer service.
I'd buy one but I can't stand wired mice. Looking for a deal on the wireless gaming mouse, which I think is the G700, just for the higher DPI.
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