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Logitech G400 Optical Gaming Mouse


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  • A 3600 dpi optical sensor provides precision targeting, pinpoint accuracy and rock-solid performance for when your sights are set on victory.
  • In game dpi switching lets you change the mouse's tracking characteristics to match the situation. Go from pixel-precise targeting (400 dpi) to lightning-fastmanoeuvres (up to 3600 dpi) without ever having to interrupt play.
  • Full-speed USB communicates with the PC up to 1000 times per second for instantaneous response and super-smooth movement in games.
  • With a consistent response ratio, hand movements translate to the same amount of cursor movement: less than 0.5% compared to over 5% for some other "gaming" sensors. You get consistent tracking at any hand speed.
  • Durable construction gives you buttons rated up to 10 million clicks and feet tested to 500 km, so you can play hard for a long time.
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Technical Details
BrandLogitech
Item Weight132 g
Product Dimensions20.6 x 7.6 x 22 cm
Item model number910-002279
SeriesGaming Mouse G400
Number of USB 2.0 Ports1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00573Y2RC
Best Sellers Rank 22,870 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight381 g
Date First Available23 Jun 2011
  
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Logitech Gaming Mouse G400 gives you rock-solid performance for when your sights are set on victory. A 3600 dpi optical sensor provides precision targeting and pinpoint accuracy, while in-game dpi switching lets you change the mouse's tracking characteristics to match the situation. Go from pixel-precise targeting (400 dpi) to lightning fast manoeuvres (up to 3600 dpi) without ever having to interrupt play. Full speed USB communicates with the PC up to 1000 times per second for a nearly instantaneous response and super-smooth movement in games. And with a consistent response ratio, hand movements translate to the same amount of cursor movement: lessthan 0.5% compared to over 5% for some other "gaming" sensors. You getconsistent tracking at any hand speed.

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Logitech Gaming Mouse G400 gives you rock-solid performance for when your sights are set on victory. A 3600 dpi optical sensor provides precision targeting and pinpoint accuracy, while in-game dpi switching lets you change the mouse's tracking characteristics to match the situation. Go from pixel-precise targeting (400 dpi) to lightning fast manoeuvres (up to 3600 dpi) without ever having to interrupt play. Full speed USB communicates with the PC up to 1000 times per second for a nearly instantaneous response and super-smooth movement in games. And with a consistent response ratio, hand movements translate to the same amount of cursor movement: lessthan 0.5% compared to over 5% for some other "gaming" sensors. You getconsistent tracking at any hand speed.

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54 of 54 people found the following review helpful By med1xza on 4 Jan 2012
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*EDIT* I received a replacement at the end of 2012 which is made of a less slippery material, and as such points made about the material may be obsolete if all G400s now use it; if this is the case then it is certainly another plus for me.

To summarize:

+ G400 has a higher resolution sensor than the MX518, 3600 DPI vs 1800 DPI respectively (I use 800 DPI so it's irrelevant for me though).
+ G400 has a default 1000hz polling rate (1ms response) compared to 125hz for the MX518 (8ms response), thus it is significantly more responsive in terms of figures, but not much as far as the human senses are concerned. It should also be noted that it is possible to force the MX518 to use a higher polling rate by increasing the sampling rate of your USB ports; 250hz shouldn't be a problem, but it couldn't quite manage 500hz in my experience.
+ Like the MX518 the G400 uses an optical sensor with a red LED for illumination which works perfectly on many surfaces such as cloth mats and satin glass; clear glass is still problematic though. I currently have it paired with a large Artisan Shiden MID mousepad and the tracking is spot on.
+ G400 doesn't have angle snapping anymore (an algorithm that helps users to move the cursor in a straight line), whereas the early G400 and MX518 did; this is a matter of personal preference, and how much you notice this is dependent on your settings; I've found it to be a very subtle difference, but personally I prefer it without the algorithm (see the detailed section below for more information).
+ The external shape of the G400 is identical to the MX518, and as I like this aspect of the MX518 this is therefore a plus for me.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Peter Bloomfield on 20 Mar 2012
I use this mouse every day at work, and am very pleased with it. I'm a software engineer developing virtual environments, so accuracy and smoothness of motion can be very important.

The mouse glides very nicely on the tabletop, with no sticking or shuddering. The size and shape of it is excellent, making it comfortable and natural to use. The main buttons seem to have good sensitivity, so I don't need to press too hard, but I also don't end up pressing them accidentally. The software that comes with it is very useful as well for assigning specific functions or key combinations to the buttons, and it can automatically change profile to suit whatever program you're using at the time.

It's important to note that it's specifically shaped for an average-sized right hand. If you're left-handed, or your hands are a bit smaller than average, then it probably isn't the mouse for you.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Ballard on 6 Jan 2013
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Suffice to say I've been through a fair few mice looking for the 'one', the amount I've spent on them irritates me, but I am very demanding. I think this is it.

At first I dismissed this mouse, it is afterall called G400, 'below' the g500 (owned), g700 (have) and recent g600 'mmo', so it will obviously not be in the running as a top tier gaming mouse - I was *very* wrong in thinking this. It is in many ways first class, easily the equal of the more premium Razer and Steelseries mice I've owned - I rip the SS Sensei to shreds in my Amazon review. I prefer it over the g500 & g700 too, easily, as the g500 is a bit gimmicky and the g700 simply 'too much' mouse and a maniacal battery eater.

The buttons are all configurable via logitech gaming software. I don't like the central placement as I find such hard to use rapidly, but that's what side buttons are for, the foremost one is especially tricky to use. It's evidentially not a 15 button MMO mouse, and thankfully doesn't try to add buttons in stupid locations like the Xai/Sensei have on both sides causing ambidextrous-grip mayhem.

The Sensor is an optical Avago S3095 - basically excellent, does nothing weird (no acceleration, angle snapping, etc, on the current crop of G400) and very stable, the lens too is custom and purpose built for this mouse. Search the web for highly detailed discourse on the sensor and it's variations if it interests you. It is located centrally in the base of the mouse, very ideal.

The sides and front are rubberised and the top an 'antisweat' type finely textured surface. All button action is very tight and firm, however the left mouse button does have a slight amount of play (it does not wobble), a fraction of a mm that causes it to 'rattle' if very lightly tapped*************.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ms. S. Ockwell on 31 Mar 2013
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i've had my mouse for 7 months now and the connection doesn't work between the usb and the pc because the cable is to weak
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mehmet Yucel on 15 Jan 2013
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I only bought this mouse because it has the exact same shape of the legendary G5.

However...
- its build and surface is cheap and slippery, the grip it provides is nowhere near a 10 year old G5.
- weight.. G5 is heavier even if I remove the extra weights from it.
- most importantly the scroll/middle button.. I do not believe they could've used a cheaper version. very flimsy, and you need to spend a lot of effort to actually click (muscle memory f'ed up, you'll miss loads of mid clicks in a fast paced game)

This in the end nowhere near a gaming mouse, it is just a very high resolution desktop mouse, for which spending this amount of money is ridiculous.

I will try G500 since it has extra weights, but I am not sure about if the new middle mouse button design is kept on that model as well.
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