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Logitech G305 Lightspeed Wireless Mouse (Black) EXPIRED

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Various retailers have Logitech G305 Lightspeed Wireless Mouse (Black) for $39.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Next-gen 12,000 DPI HERO optical sensor delivers unrivaled gaming performance, accuracy and power efficiency
  • Advanced Lightspeed wireless gaming mouse for super-fast 1 ms response time and faster than wired performance
  • Ultra-long battery life gives you up to 250 hours of continuous gaming on a single AA battery. System Requirements-Windows 7 or later, macOS 10.11 or later, Chrome OS
  • Lightweight mechanical design and classic shape for maximum maneuverability, durability and comfort
  • Compact, portable design with convenient built-in storage for included USB wireless receiver. Max. speed: > 400 IPS
  • Note : In case of wireless mouse, the USB receiver will be provided inside or along with the mouse
  • 2-year limited hardware warranty

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  • Worlds NO.1 Best Selling Wireless Gaming Gear Brand - Based on independent aggregated sales data (FEB '19 - FEB'20) of Wireless Gaming Keyboard, Mice, & PC Headset in units from: US, CA, CN, JP, KR, TW, TH, ID, DE, FR, RU, UK, SE, TR
  • Next-gen 12,000 DPI HERO optical sensor delivers unrivaled gaming performance, accuracy and power efficiency
  • Advanced LIGHTSPEED wireless gaming mouse for super-fast 1 ms response time and faster than wired performance
  • Ultra-long battery life gives you up to 250 hours of continuous gaming on a single AA battery
  • Lightweight mechanical design and classic shape for maximum maneuverability, durability and comfort. Max. speed: > 400 IPS. Max. acceleration: > 40 G
  • Compact, portable design with convenient built-in storage for included USB wireless receiver
  • Note : In case of Wireless mouse, the USB receiver will be provided inside or along with the mouse
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I must be the only person here who prefers mice with a little weight to them. I've been using a Logitech G5 for years with half the weights 4.5g and the other half 1.7g. Those plus the mouse itself I'm sure is around 130g or so. Using a mouse half'ish that would feel like using a wad of cotton balls.
I have the G305 and have really enjoyed it. No frills, but solid stuff.
I got one for 20 dollars with a mouse pad. It's 33 now. Not sure how good of a deal this is, or maybe I have the wrong mouse.

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I have the G305 and have really enjoyed it. No frills, but solid stuff.
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I really wanted this mouse but knowing these WILL get the double click issue eventually put me off.... also they don't have Bluetooth and the dongle connections (only dongle) is also meh. Having both is nice if you're going from laptop to desktop. I ended up with a steel series which is a little chunkier than I'd like it to be (the basic wireless one). Good price for the Logitech though but will have to be willing to deal with the double click issue eventually.
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Great entry level wireless mouse if you don't need Bluetooth. Battery lasts forever too (even if you use the AAA mod to make the mouse lighter). Looks like the new alternate colors (blue and lilac) are on sale cheaper too (though still a bit more expensive than the stock black and white).

I have 3 of this mouse, and I do, however, agree with the above poster. They will eventually get a double-click issue, especially with heavy/gaming usage. Still, at this price point with reliable wireless, there is not that much is better.
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Is this the same as the G203 in shape? If I'm not mistaken, I believe this has a better sensor than the G203. The G203, which is wired, is almost too lightweight for me! I believe this is slightly heavier, no?
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I use this mouse everywhere. The price hits $40 fairly often actually, but never seen it go below that.
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Honestly, for 30 dollars more, you're looking at orchi v2, I'm hoping this goes on sale at around black friday as I probably going to pick up 2-3 of them if they go under 60 dollars.

I have 3 G305's, and one modded down to about 72 grams.

They are fine if you are willing to buy the extra mods, but they end up costing as much or more than getting that orochi v2.

The other issue is about size and shape, the orochi v2 might be too small for most people, not sure if the g305 is that much better as it's not really a good palm mouse. I claw, so I can work with just about anything.
Dude that's $60.
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bought one a few deals ago. Accurate sensor for not being so much $. But it doesnt fit my hand worth a d@mn. The buttons on the side seem like they up and back to far for me. I dont care for the shape on the thumb side either.
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I have 2 of these and they're great. I "modded" mine with a AAA battery + adapter and I'm happy with it.
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God damn it! I just bought the new Roccat wireless mouse that's been getting stellar reviews because i couldn't find a good deal on this. Maybe I'll get it too.
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I must be the only person here who prefers mice with a little weight to them. I've been using a Logitech G5 for years with half the weights 4.5g and the other half 1.7g. Those plus the mouse itself I'm sure is around 130g or so. Using a mouse half'ish that would feel like using a wad of cotton balls.
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