The Logitech G305 Lightspeed wireless gaming mouse is a fantastic mouse for its price, and it’s designed for even competitive gaming with its programmable buttons and extreme light weight. Right now you can get it in black or white at Amazon for $39.99. That’s $20 off its regular price and a match for its lowest ever. The last time we saw it drop this low was back in January, but back then only the black mouse was on sale and the others were still selling for regular price. Grab it while you can because it doesn’t really get better than this.
Logitech G305 Lightspeed wireless gaming mouse black
Includes Logitech’s wireless USB receiver for a speedy connection. LightSpeed tech makes the responsiveness less than 1 millisecond. Includes a 12,000 DPI sensor, 250 hours of battery life, LED optical scanning, 6 programmable buttons, and more.
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The wireless G305 uses Logitech’s LightSpeed technology for instant response performance. Thanks to the use of Logitech’s wireless USB receiver and that LightSpeed, you can get responsiveness out of your mouse that’s less than 1 milliseconds. You won’t even notice that it’s wireless because it will just work that well.
It also has a 12,000 DPI sensor. This is adjustable and you can find the DPI that works best for you based on what you’re doing. Whether you’re playing a game or doing some editing, you should find the best sensitivity for you.
The battery life on this mouse is fantastic, too. Don’t worry too much about replacing the batteries when they can last for up to 250 hours on a single AA battery. Buy a few extra batteries if you need them, though, so you’ll never run out. That life is so good that pro gamers who have used this mouse in the past have actually switched out the AA mouse with a AAA mouse just to lower its weight and make it faster.
The mouse has optical LEDs to scan the surface beneath the mouse, six programmable buttons for frequently used commands, and is compatible with Windows, Mac, and Chromebook computers.
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This post was written by John Levite and was first posted to WindowsCentral
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