Logitech may have finally bridged the gap between wired and wireless gaming mice with the launch of the company’s latest flagship mouse, the Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum.
As a G700S user myself, I’m actually stoked about this gaming mouse because it has all the features that I need from a device of this caliber and few extra niceties that addresses some of the gripes that I have with current gaming mouse.
For starters, it’s a hybrid mouse which means that I can either use it wirelessly with the pre-bundled wireless receiver, or I can hook it up to my PC and use it as a conventional input device.
The G900 Chaos Spectrum is equipped with a PMW3366 optical sensor that has DPI range of 200 to 12,000 and report rate of up to 1000Hz regardless if you’re using it wired or wireless. The said sensor prides itself for its zero smoothing feature, as well as reaching a maximum acceleration of 40 Gs and travel speed of 300 inches/second.
Another feature of the G900 Chaos Spectrum that’s worth noting is its ambidextrous design. Although this isn’t that appealing to me since I’m right-handed, southpaw gamers will definitely appreciate this nice touch.
Speaking of its design, Logitech was keen to point out that they’ve removed all of the possible excess fat on the G900, making it as lightweight as possible to lessen hand strain during extended periods of gaming.
Most importantly, Logitech has finally addressed the battery life issues that I have with my G700S. The peripheral maker boasts that their new top-tier gaming mouse can endure 32 hours of continuous use before it asks to be charged via the USB cable.
The new Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum is priced at $149.99 and is expected to go on sale in April.