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Logitech G5 Laser Optical Mouse
We've certainly seen our share of pointing devices here at ExtremeTech. Ever since mice manufacturers began to shift away from the old ball and roller combo for mice, mouse technology has evolved rapidly—blistering optical and laser sensors, wireless technology, plenty of buttons, wheels that tilt as well as scroll, you name it. Nobody has benefited more from the push in pointing devices than gamers. The mouse represents a ubiquitous and very fine-tuned game controller, and the needs of gamers far outstrip those of ordinary web surfers and office productivity users.
Logitech has been in the "gaming mouse" business only since last year with the introduction of the MX510. It was essentially replaced this year by the superior MX518, though the laser-guided MX1000 makes a great cordless gaming mouse, too.
Next month, Logitech will release a pair of its most sophisticated gaming mice yet. We'll take a look at the cordless G7 Laser Optical Mouse another day—for now, we're going to dig into the less expensive corded version, the G5 Laser Optical Mouse
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