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logitech g700s $49.99, g303 or g302 $24.99, G430 $39.99 @AMAZON.COM

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I used logitech g302, great mouse
but g303 , g700s is better
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That's a great price on the g700. I got lucky about a year back when Amazon had a prime only sale for 35.99 I think it was. Def $40 or under and got bestbuy to price match it. I may buy another for a backup at this price. I've been watching this mouses price fluctuate recently from 69.99 up to 89.99 and now it's down to $50 and $4.33 for a 2 year warranty. That's an awesome find
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I've been buying g700s (and g700 before) once twice a year for few years for $50 on occasional Amazon Logitech "deal of the day" sales. Recent sales excluded it though
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How does the 700s compare to a G602?
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A couple G700 side buttons break rather easy depending on use. Happened to me on two of them.
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How does the 700s compare to a G602?
I have both for me the 602 is more comefortable. So i use the 602 plus the battery life for the 700 is lacking.
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Thumbs up and Rep'd. Not a fan of the style of the g302 or g303. As for the g700s, I really prefer a wired mouse for a PC I use often. That's just my preferences though. I do want a new mouse to replace my old Rat 3. It still works good, but the palm panel is getting really loose, and the thing is damn near impossible to get clean.
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Quote from KyleH3236 View Post :
A couple G700 side buttons break rather easy depending on use. Happened to me on two of them.
This.
Ive owned both the G700 and G700s. Both of them quickly develop issues with the side buttons. As of now, both of them only have 1/4 working buttons. It's simply an issue with the construction of the buttons rendering them sluggish and failing prematurely. Otherwise the mouse is fantastic for ergonomics/wireless/speed.

Still, my next mouse will not be a G700s. It's simply not a good mouse for key binding when the buttons are so unreliable.
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Quote from b.arms View Post :
Thumbs up and Rep'd. Not a fan of the style of the g302 or g303. As for the g700s, I really prefer a wired mouse for a PC I use often. That's just my preferences though. I do want a new mouse to replace my old Rat 3. It still works good, but the palm panel is getting really loose, and the thing is damn near impossible to get clean.
I use my g700s as a wired mouse I don't use the wireless feature myself
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G430 headset is a good pair of cans...comfortable and can wear for a long time easily. Ive had a pair for about 5 months now.
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I have a 700s ... have to keep back up of aa rechargeable batteries handy .. or use it as wired when charging ... in short really bad battery life
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I scored the G700s for $40 on a Lightning Deal this past December. I'm happy with the purchase, particularly with the myriad customization options and easy interface of the software. The battery life is a total lie, though, and I keep it on Battery Saver mode with a low polling rate all the time (I can't tell the difference, even when gaming, anyway). The thing just can't stand more than a few hours of heavy use. It's not a deal-breaker, but sometimes I forget to plug it back in when I'm done with it, and it's just not really as comfortable when wired.

Having said that, I'd still recommend it if you want it for the other features. It's still a very sturdy and competent mouse that I've had no problems with so far.
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I scored the G700s for $40 on a Lightning Deal this past December. I'm happy with the purchase, particularly with the myriad customization options and easy interface of the software. The battery life is a total lie, though, and I keep it on Battery Saver mode with a low polling rate all the time (I can't tell the difference, even when gaming, anyway). The thing just can't stand more than a few hours of heavy use. It's not a deal-breaker, but sometimes I forget to plug it back in when I'm done with it, and it's just not really as comfortable when wired.

Having said that, I'd still recommend it if you want it for the other features. It's still a very sturdy and competent mouse that I've had no problems with so far.
buy some extra batteries and a cheap charger. I have 3 batteries in total and keep them on rotation. I have never had to connect it via wire.
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