Logitech G604 Lightspeed Gaming Mouse.
Logitech G604 Specs
- Sensor Logitech Hero 16K Optical Sensor
- Resolution Up to 16000 DPI
- Speed > 400ips
- Acceleration >40g
- Ambidextrous No
- Polling Rate 1000Hz (Lightspeed Wireless)
- Lighting None
- Buttons 15
- Software Logitech G Hub
- Dimensions (WxHxD) 3.1 x 5.1 x 1.8 inches (80 x 130 x 45mm)
- Weight 0.3 pounds with AA battery (135g)
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Logitech G604 Review
The Logitech G604 nearly appears like a workplace computer mouse as opposed to a gaming one. There’s a subtle Logitech G logo design on the back of it as well as there isn’t any type of RGB lighting. It has an ergonomic style with a thumb rest as well as alternates between various tones of black. However, nothing else color variants are offered.
The Logitech Gaming Mouse G604 Lightspeed is high 1.7 by 5.2 by 3.1 inches and feels even greater as a result of a steep slope from the base as much as a bulge across the center panel. Having a pleasant spot, a small bulge where the knuckle of your reminder finger ought to go can aid make a computer mouse comfy as well as assist your hand right into the area. The Logitech has the height, but it is flat across the center, so your hand rests basically level.
This appears to maintain your thumb positioned to utilize the side switches, however, it really did not feel all-natural or comfy for my not especially large hands. When holding the mouse normally, my thumb hardly gets to the tiny thumb wing at its base. (The thumb wing is still a strong feature, though, as it gives my thumb a place to remainder without grasping the mouse as well firmly.).
The G604 Lightspeed syncs to Logitech Gaming Software, G Center. The last is, usually talking, a fantastic piece of software application. It’s really easy to review as well as reconfigure whatever on the mouse: setting DPI presets, creating macros, as well as assigning inputs for side buttons and also scroll-wheel tilt inputs.