The best PC gaming accessories: 13 gaming mice reviewed and rated
Page 6 - Logitech G9x Laser Mouse
If you want the best performance, it's time to gear up. In part two of our gaming accessories roundup, we're checking out the best gaming mice that can give you the killer edge.
Logitech G9x Laser Mouse
If you want every whiz-bang tech that can be jammed in to a mouse, then the G9x is for you! The G9x from Logitech doesn’t just have the “gaming grade” laser sensor, whatever that means; there's adjustable gearing on the mouse wheel, LED indicated DPI settings and replaceable weighting, so you can actually change the entire feel of the mouse by swapping an external grip. If you’re someone who likes a smaller/thinner mouse, there’s a precision grip, but for those who are really into fisting it, a widebody “XL” grip is included which increases the width and the height of the mouse.
The G9x is incredibly comfortable to use, but there is a learning curve. We found the stiffness of the clickable mouse meant we would sometimes scroll up or down unintentionally, while the XL grip feels plain weird if you’ve come off a normal sized mouse. The DPI settings are in exactly the right place, so you can switch very quickly and easily: an absolutely perfect design there. Our only complaint about this mouse is considering the real estate available we’re surprised there aren’t more buttons, which would change it from an FPS gamer’s dream to a mouse for every style.Available from Logitech, retailing for $199.APC rating: 9/10 (Editor's Choice)