Logitech G604 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse for just $69.99

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Amazon is offering this performance gaming mouse at a generous price, 30% off the usual going rate.

There is a mouse from Logitech targeting gamers who want a flexible mouse that offers extremely low latency wireless connectivity for gaming but is still compatible with modern wireless standards. The G604 gives users the option to connect with the bundled dongle to use Logitech’s Lightspeed wireless technology, giving extremely quick connectivity to avoid any input lag when gaming. You can also connect using standard Bluetooth, which won’t offer the same low latency connectivity but does give an option for easily pairing the mouse with a wide range of devices without the need for a dongle.

The Logitech G604 is equipped with a whopping 15 programmable buttons, including a clickable scroll wheel, two primary buttons, six readily available thumb buttons on the side, two smaller media control buttons on the top, and buttons for wheel lock and wireless control. It’s an incredibly flexible setup, that can let you map all sorts of inputs to be available immediately.

This is a little on the heavier side, weighing in at 142g, so it’s not ideal for people who prefer lightweight mice, but it is solidly constructed and feels ergonomically designed. It’s not recommended for users with small hands, but medium or large hands should find it quite comfortable.

Despite being a gaming-focused mouse, it still has a classy style. Logitech has opted for sleek black visuals, rather than any garish use of color, or ostentatious lights. This is a mouse that wouldn’t look out of place in a professional environment.

Note that this mouse is not ambidextrous, and will only be suitable for right-hand use.

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