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Option tweaking is done via the Logitech Gaming Software (LGS). This includes sensor related options, the choice of side buttons, button remapping, macro creation and thorough lighting control. All of this is connected to the five available profiles. The LGS is available on Windows and Mac systems. See More
The G900’s transmitter performs well enough that it’s almost indistinguishable from other wired mice, in some cases even surpassing them in click latency tests. This, combined with its high quality sensor, makes it a great wireless option for a gaming mouse. See More
The main left and right buttons are built in an uncommon way, mainly to provide a more satisfying feel when they are clicked. Each uses a pivot bar to provide consistent clicking, regardless of where you press the button. In addition, there are metal springs under the main buttons for faster recovery after clicks. See More
Logitech mice typically have above average build quality and the G900 is no exception. The body is made with a rubberized coating that doesn’t scratch easily and is pleasant to hold. The main buttons have a mechanical pivot design that contributes to its precise and tactile button clicks. The cable is braided, which prevents it from twisting and damaging the wires. See More