Logitech G700s Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
When thinking about gaming peripherals there are few manufacturers who can claim to have been at the forefront of the market for as long as Logitech. In fact we would imagine that whether it is in an office environment, through receiving a device with a pre-built PC over the years or through the more traditional purchase process any serious PC user will have had access to one of their products over the years.
Thinking back through our own PC history there are a number of products which stand out such as the MX500 series, the MX Revolution and interestingly the G700 from 2010. The market moves on though and Logitech are now releasing an updated version of their award winning G700, the G700s which vastly changes the chassis material as well as the sensor used. Today we have this new hybrid wired/wireless model on our test bench to review.
Packaging and Bundle
Logitech package the G700s in a box which takes an interesting approach. In one half of the product image we get a look at the mouse body and this is mixed with an X-Ray like view of the inside which is pretty cool. As with many mouse boxes the front flips open to reveal the mouse encased in plastic and around the other sides are various pieces of product information.
Bundled with the mouse we get the product documentation, a USB charge cable, a USB extension cable, a battery and…
…our 2.4GHz wireless USB micro transmitter.