Posted June 15, 2012 by Christen Costa in Gaming
Yesterday, Logitech introduced the G600 MMO Gaming Mouse. If you didn’t know MMO stands for Massive Multiplayer, as in World of Warcraft. Why we’re even bothering to explain that we don’t know, because odds are if you don’t know what MMO stands for you don’t give a poop about this peripheral. Moving on.
The G600 looks to be the real deal, as in it can stand on its own two feet against other gaming peripheral makers. The G600 packs a total of 20 programmable buttons – 12 of them can be programmed with a vast array (16 million) of colors for quick and discernible presses in the dimmest of lighting. Unfortunately, we don’t know if each button can sports its own color, but we do know they can pulse or you can configure them to continuously change color. Packed inside is a very tiny memory chip for storing up to 3 profiles, though if need be you can shift your DPI on the fly, or press the G-shift button which instantly doubles the functionaly of all the buttons, so we’re not even sure your memory will be able to keep up. Other features includes a gaming grade laser, a 1 millesecond USB report, low friction feet, and a braided 6.5-foot cable that is cloth wrapped. If this isn’t enough, you’ll be glad to know that the three main buttons have been tested to last longer than 20 million clicks, or at leasts that’s the extent of Logitech’s testing of the G600.
The Logitech G600 is available for preorder now for $79.99.