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Fingercramps December 18, 2012 08:26 AM

Logitech G600 vs Razer Naga
 
Any opinions on these mice will be appreciated, I'm looking to switch off from the razer naga with its double clicking issues. How is logitech products? I've never really had any logitech products tbh.

dandelioneater December 18, 2012 09:50 AM

I think that logitech products are generally regarded as being of pretty decent quality.

BobLoblaw December 18, 2012 09:57 PM

I've only ever had logitech mice. Actually, I should say mouse. I'm still using a mx518 wired mouse that just will not die! it's probably 5 years old now.

sf101 December 19, 2012 11:29 AM

as for quality id say logitech has the highest standards in the industry . lets say your logitech started double clicking.. phone them and they would generally just send you a mouse without needing that one back.

Signal2Noise December 19, 2012 04:56 PM

^^ I'll concur about Logitech customer service. Not computer related but I had a battery warp inside my Harmony One remote and they sent a replacement battery. I also had one of the earpieces on my Ultimate Ears Super.fi 5 Pro earphones fall apart. Even though they were out of warranty Logitech (who took over UE's consumer division by that time) offered a replacement set of any model @ 50% off. So of course I went with the $500 Triple.fi 10 set.

I'll vouch for Logitech or Steelseries mice.

radish January 18, 2013 07:13 PM

i owned many razor products over the last few years my latest is the naga hex. some of the other where the orichi mamba and ouroboros. i remember back in the early 2000s i got a g5 and until recently when i started using razor products for my mice i swore by the g9x. i will say that those 2 logitech devices are without a doubt leagues better the razor. they are more durable with better tracking and in general feel better, now that last one is my own personal preference. but yea, i currently use the g500 a mouse i got for xmas from my gf. i really didnt want to buy another g9x as awesome as that mouse was using it for 3 years was enough. the g500 is an amazing replacement. quality is the only word i could use to describe it. the g600 felt kind of cheap by comparison. with the 3 buttons to the left of the main click wobbling. but thats not here nor there. and a problem with the naga is that you can only make use of the 1st two rows... the last row is damn near impossible to reach with the thumb. unless you want carpal tunnel. on top of that its really hard to feel the difference between all the buttons. the naga hex however is a pretty good mouse. a bit small... but in general i would say its one of the best razor mice.


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