DSC 0166 Logitech G9x Gaming Mouse Review: With interchangeable grips and weight tuning options

Logitech, one of world's largest manufacturers of computer peripherals from mice to multimedia speakers, is known for their line of "G-series" gaming peripherals. What we have today is the not-so-new Logitech G9x which features interchangeable grips, weight-tuning options and more. Let's go into the details.

Introduction:

The gaming market is booming, and it is no wonder peripherals makers like Logitech is coming up with more gaming products for the hardcore gamers. Their G series mice are widely received and this year, the company has given their G9 an upgraded sensor and called it the G9x. The G9x claims to have sensitity of up to 5700 dots per inch (DPI). The Logitech G9x comes packed in fancy green and orange box with a large transparent area that displays the mouse and for users to get a feel of how the mouse feels like. Opening the flap revealed an additional grip and an explanation of the difference and main features of the mouse.

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Features and Specification :

Interchangeable grip

Next-generation gaming laser

Onboard memory

Weight-tuning system

Custom-colour LEDs

On-the-fly adjustable DPI

Resolution

200-5700 DPI

Image processing

12 Megapixels/second

Maximum acceleration

30G

Maximum speed

Up to 165 inches (4.19m)/second

Polling rate

1000 Hz

Dynamic coefficient of friction

0.09

Static coefficient of friction

0.14

Tuning weight

Up to 28 grams

Button durability (Left/Right)

8 Million clicks

Mousefeet durability

250 Kilometres

Inside the packaging, there is a small tin box and an envelope containing a user's guide, a Logitech Setpoint disc, a quick guide, a USB usage and Logitech contact leaflets.

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