Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum gaming mouse has 12,000 dpi

Logitech is back with a new gaming mouse called the G900 Chaos Spectrum. The mouse has some nice features that gamers will appreciate with wireless tech inside, an advanced optical gaming sensor, ambidextrous design so lefties can play, customizable lighting, mechanical pivot button, and lightweight construction. Logitech sought input from professional eSports gamers in the design and construction of the mouse.

The wireless tech in the G900 eliminates lag with a one-millisecond report rate and a 2.4GHz wireless connection. Logitech uses special clock-tuning tech inside to reduce power consumption to allow the mouse to work for 32 hours continuously without a recharge. With default lighting turned on, the mouse is good for 24 hours of play per charge.

The mouse can switch between wired and wireless use so when the battery is dead, you just connect the USB cable and keep playing. To fully charge the battery takes about two hours connected via USB. The optical gaming sensor inside is the PMW3366 with no filtering or smoothing across the entire DPI range of 200-12000 dpi.

Included magnetic button covers are used to transform the mouse from left or right hand modes. Internal lighting supports 16.8 million colors and the light style can be programmed to suit your needs. Logitech uses mechanical pivot hinges on the main left and right buttons to reduce force needed to click and recover faster after each click. The G900 weighs 107g and has a hollow spoked hyper-fast scroll wheel. The G900 Chaos Spectrum gaming mouse will ship in the US and Europe in April 2016 and sells for $149.99. This new mouse would pair well with either of the two mechanical gaming keyboards in the G610 Orion line unveiled earlier this month using Cherry MX mechanical switches.

SOURCE: Logitech