Released September, 2007
The Pros:Hardware customization including grip and weight. Macro-recording for both mouse and keyboard input. On-the-fly profile switching.
The Cons:Asymmetrical. Not wireless.
The Logitech G9 is the corded and upgraded Gaming Mouse from the G7 cordless, featuring on the fly DPI settings up to 3200, a 1000 Hz USB polling rate, multiple grips, user adjustable weighting system and software profiles to hold & adjust mouse settings in game.
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The G9 is primarily designed for the hardcore gamer and along its precise operation, it features many customization options geared towards PC gaming. Up to 5 user profiles can be stored in the onboard memory on the mouse itself storing both mouse-click and keystroke macros. The 5-color LED lights on the mouse indicate which profile is currently active.
- two different interchangeable grips (Wide Load and Precision)
- weight cartridge
- tuning weights and case
- long user's manual.
The Logitech G9 was first released in September, 2007 and retails for $99.
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Hardware customization including grip and weight
Macro-recording for both mouse and keyboard input
On-the-fly profile switching
Macros work under any OS (once created in Windows)
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