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Logitech G5 Laser Mouse USB Laser 2000DPI mice

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The mouse is the second most important way of communicating with a computer. Please be careful to choose the right type of connection when buying a mouse, there are three different types:\
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- USB is the most modern. You can recognize it by the rectangular connector.\
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- PS/2 connectors are round. This type of connection is fairly commonly used in PCs.\
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- Bluetooth is another modern (wireless) connection method.
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Long product name Logitech G5 Laser Mouse USB Laser 2000DPI mice :
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Short summary description Logitech G5 Laser Mouse USB Laser 2000DPI mice:
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Logitech G5 Laser Mouse, USB, Laser, 2000 DPI, 4.09 oz (116 g), Logitech SetPoint
Long summary description Logitech G5 Laser Mouse USB Laser 2000DPI mice :

Logitech G5 Laser Mouse. Device interface: USB, Movement detection technology: Laser, Movement resolution: 2000 DPI. Mouse weight: 4.09 oz (116 g). Bundled software: Logitech SetPoint

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Updated:
2011-10-03
Testseek has collected 35 expert reviews for Logitech G5 Laser Mouse and the average expert rating is 88 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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about.com/compute
Updated:
2011-10-03
Features of the Logitech G5 Gaming MouseHigh Resolution Laser SensorThe Logitech G5 Gaming Mouse is the newest corded laser gaming mouse from Logitech. The Logitech G5 Gaming Mouse uses a 2000 dpi laser engine. The high resolution laser in the Logitech...
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devhardware.com
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2011-10-03
For most people, a mouse is a mouse is a mouse. This doesn’t hold true for everyone, though, especially hard-core gamers. Finding a good mouse might be comparable to finding a four leaf clover in a football field, as far as this performance-seeking...
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brighthub.com
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2011-10-03
And perhaps perfect for gaming grandma? The Logitech G5 is a gaming mouse. At least, thats what it is often touted as - and to the average user, that isnt always good news. Gaming mice are expensive, and often uncomfortable for daily use. Can the G5...
Here is where it all comes together. The G5 is a wonderful mouse, but being a gaming mouse, it needs to be. These are products that occupy a lofty price bracket of $49.99 or higher (though you can buy the G5 for a bit less online), which probabl...
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impulsegamer.com
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2011-10-03
9.5The G5 Laser Mouse is one of the latest corded mice from Logitech that offers the user one of the most accurate input devices to have ever graced the PC, thanks to the 2000 DPI laser engine. With that said, this mouse makes the perfect accessory for...
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jivemagazine.com
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2011-10-03
Some of you might remember our Logitech Mx518 review and be wondering why Logitech has introduced a new gaming mouse so quickly to the market. Others of you might be going, wow, $70 for a mouse, I think I’ll pass. Well, you’re not the consumer marke...
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thinkcomputers.org
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2011-10-03
Mice, we all need them. A lot of people dont give much consideration to mice when making a PC purchase. I still know a few people that are happy with the old ball mice. Ever since I got my first optical mouse for $10, which lasted all of 2 months, I c...
Laser, Adjustable sensitivity on all levels, Ease of use, Nice feel, Adjustable weight pack, Excellent quality, Nice extras (think weight tin and cool cord)...
Not compatible with all mousepads/surfaces...
Despite the tracking problem the G5 is an excellent mouse. The feel is just great. I love the ability to adjust the weights, and the sensitivity. The G5 truly is an excellent gaming mouse, not long ago I reviewed the Razer Copperhead and I would pick...
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maximumpc.com
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2011-10-03
The original laser mouse—the wireless MX1000—is still one of our all-time favorite mice. And this one’s even better. It uses the same laser sensor as the MX1000, but integrates the on-the-fly, driverless sensitivity shifting that first appeared on the...
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trustedreviews.com
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2011-10-03
Back in June I reviewed the and declared it the best mouse that I have ever used. Shortly after that I reviewed the which failed to change my opinion about the excellent MX518. But now the MX518 has got some serious competition for my affection...
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techgage.com
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2011-10-03
I had great first impressions of this mouse.. its a perfect size. According to Logitech, it comes with various features that appeals to gamers. There were no problems during the installation of the mouse or the drivers, as I had expected. The cord is...
With the touch of a button, you can either increase or decrease the DPI, between 400 and 2000! This feature has become essential to me for gaming. I can go from moving around regularly to preparing for a pinpoint shot, at the click of a button! Not onl...
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Howstuffworks.com
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2011-10-03
Mice like Logitechs G5 Laser Mouse can give you precision control, which means that your gaming doesnt suffer because of your input device. You usually get a free mouse when you buy a PC, but even if you dont, there are plenty of input rodents avail...
Extreme precision, adjustable resolution and weight.
Expensive. For right-handed users only.
Mice like Logitechs G5 Laser Mouse can give you precision control, which means that your gaming doesnt suffer because of your input device. You usually get a free mouse when you buy a PC, but even if you dont, there are plenty of input rodents avai...
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aphnetworks.com
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2011-10-03
Update: A newer revision of this mouse, the Logitech G5 V2, has been reviewed at http://aphnetworks.com/reviews/logitech_g5_v2. Almost three weeks after we reviewed the Razer Copperhead, the G5 finally arrived at my doorstep. Honestly DHL has the worst...
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anandtech.com
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2011-10-03
We have always enjoyed Logitech mice and can count on them providing interesting product refreshes every couple of years. Their last major product refresh for the gaming community consisted of the G5 corded and the G7 wireless mice back in the fall of...
Our experience to date with the Logitech G5 Laser Mouse 2007 has been better than expected. After using the original G5 and going back to our trusted MX518, we found the minor updates that Logitech implemented turned an already good mouse into an impr...
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planetx64.com
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2011-10-03
This year Logitech released a slew of products aimed at the burgeoning gaming market. Chief among these were a set of high resolution laser gaming mice (corded and cordless) and an illuminated gaming keyboard. We put the G5 Laser Gaming Mouse and G15...
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overclockersclub.com
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2011-10-03
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Unbelievable sensitivity, Appearance is consistent with the price (appears highend, looks good), Additional buttons are handy, Ability to adjust buttonpresses for individual programs, Onthefly sensitivity adjustment, Sidescrolling wheel, Adjustable wei...
LED sensitivity indicator hidden by hand when in use, could use a better location, USB cord can get caught on edges, possibly with catastrophic results when gaming, Appeared to be a glitch in the button programming for Microsoft programs, The tin that...
This is a fine piece of work. From viewing the packaging, I expected this to be a well put-together product, and I was not disappointed. The finish on it is excellent, the appearance is unique with the air-brushed look and the buttons and feet all line...
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Computerpoweruser.com
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2011-10-03
G5 Laser Gaming Mouse $69.99 Logitech www.logitech.com 4 CPU’s Specs: Max Resolution: 2,000dpi; Image Processing: 6.4MPps; Max Acceleration: 20g; Maximum Speed: 45 to 65 inches per second; USB Report Rate: 500 reports per second; IBM or compatible P...
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Thetechlounge.com
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2011-10-03
Im back at it again, testing laser mice. Previously Ive taken a look at Razers Copperhead laser mouse as well as Logitechs wireless G7 laser powered entry. Today Ill be putting Logitechs G5, the wired brother of the G7, through its paces.I was qu...
Sensitive laser engine, Adjustable DPI switching, Customizable weight pack, Smooth gliding feet...
For righthanders only, Clumsy middle mouse button...
Not much of a surprise here; the G5 is every bit as good as the G7. The laser engine offers sensitive and accurate input for browsing and graphics use. But the obvious reason to get your hands on this mouse is for gaming. The Teflon feet allow the G5 t...
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Cdrinfo.com
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2011-10-03
Logitech provides a full line for gaming mouse, the well known G series. After having tested the lowest entry model (G1), and since we liked it, we decided to go for the next and higher priced model, the G5. Logitech has several interesting innovations...
Logitechs G5 series represent a well designed mouse for gamers. The build-in 2000dpi engine works very good, as was expected, and will help you increase your frag results. Another interesting feature is the adjustable weight cartridge, that also off...
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everythingusb.com
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2011-10-03
Where to buy Logitech G5 Laser Gaming Mouse (2007)StorePriceAvailabilityAmazon.com Marketplace$99.99In stock With the amazing performance delivered by the MX518, it was quite interesting to ponder where Logitech would take their new Gaming Grade line o...
Laser precision, Excellent grip, Tilt wheel, Weight tuning, On-the-fly sensitivity switching up to 2000DPI, DPI indicator, Slick pads, Application profiling...
Only one thumb button (changed to 2 in 2007 model), Hard to middle click; right-handed only...
All things said and done, Logitech's G5 is an instrument of victory. Between the slick pads, laser precision, excellent grip, tilt wheel, profile switching, and DPI indicator, there is no doubt in my mind that the G5 will deliver performance to those w...
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ign.com
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2011-10-03
The most customizable mouse ever made is a near-perfect option for gamers.
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hardwareheaven.com
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2011-10-03
The adjustable weight is one of the prime features of the mouse, and very likely a world?s first. By opening the metallic box, you will find eight 4.5gr weights and eight 1.7gr weights. Given that the weight cartridge can take up to eight weights as we...
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extremetech.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
Review: Logitech builds what may be the most sophisticated gaming mouse ever designed. Offering adjustable precision, a laser-based sensor and impressive customization, it instantly became one of our favorites.
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tweaknews.net
Updated:
2011-10-03
LOGITECH G5 LASER GAMING MOUSE (28-10-2005) This mouse is slick, sleek, and everything a competitive or even moderate player could ask for. Playing for long periods of time is no longer a strain on your hands with the comfortable setup of this mouse. K...
Excellent Quality, Very Comfortable, Looks Great, Superb Precision, Easy Installation...
Scroll wheel left/right tilt is almost useless, Laser eye does not work on popular gaming surfaces, Pricey...
For the price of US$69.99 this certainly isnt for the faint of heart. Gamers will benefit from the features this mouse has to offer. This mouse is slick, sleek, and everything a competitive or even moderate player could ask for. Playing for long p...
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fragtopia.com
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2011-10-03
"Alas poor Diamondback, we knew ye well!" Those were the exact words I spoke a few weeks back, when my computer stopped booting one day. After much disassembling and swearing It turned out that the entire problem was a short in the cable on my Razer Di...
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