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Logitech G700 Wireless Gaming Mouse - £48.32 + £4.18 Postage @ Ebuyer
Logitech G700 Wireless Gaming Mouse - £48.32 + £4.18 Postage @ Ebuyer

Logitech G700 Wireless Gaming Mouse - £48.32 + £4.18 Postage @ Ebuyer

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The Logitech® Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 keeps you comfortable, in control and deep into your game. Its 13 programmable G-Keys can be used to perform single actions or complex macros with a single click. The natural curves fit your hand for epic levels of comfort, so you can keep at it for as long as you want. And its full-speed wireless connection gives you gaming-grade performance coupled with wireless freedom. It comes with a quick-connect cable that charges your mouse and can transmit data over the cable. When your guild gets together, you'll have all the control you need to do battle, complete quests and level up your character. Logitech® SetPoint™ software required for initial setup and is available at logitech.com/dow…ads.

- 13 individually sculpted, programmable G-Keys let you perform either single actions or intricate macros with multiple keystrokes, mouse events, user-defined keys and repeating. No matter what your game, you'll get deep into it. You have the control you need to play better. To conquer more. To win.
- With natural curves that fit your hand, you get epic levels of comfort, while smooth-gliding feet let you manoeuvre effortlessly. You'll play comfortably, without distraction, for as long as you want.
- Full-speed wireless (1,000 reports per second) helps eliminate lag so you enjoy gaming-grade responsiveness and wireless freedom. You get a steady, powerful connection with no dropouts.
- A quick-connect cable for recharging and data transfer lets you plug in fast and continue your campaign without pause. You'll never run out of power. And you'll always have a backup for reliable connectivity.
- You get a mouse that's crafted just for gaming. The gaming-grade laser gives you game-changing precision at any hand speed. Onboard memory lets you store up to five profiles*. And the dual-mode scroll wheel can switch from click-to-click for weapon selection to free spinning for hyper-fast scrolling.


Spend £1.68 more and you'll get free shipping!

Also available from Amazon for £52.50 (free delivery) who are clearly price matching ebuyer.

This is a top quality wireless gaming mouse that normally retails for over £60, this is the cheapest I have seen it listed so far.

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good price, thanks op.. didnt realise that amazon just lowered their price for this product as i just bought it from them for £64.80. i emailed them to refund me the difference

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evil_yo

good price, thanks op.. didnt realise that amazon just lowered their … good price, thanks op.. didnt realise that amazon just lowered their price for this product as i just bought it from them for £64.80. i emailed them to refund me the difference



Yeah, I was within a whisker of buying at that price fom Amazon a week ago, really pleased I waited now, I've just added it to an existing order at ebuyer so will get it free delivery.

Been after a suitable replacement for my trusty but well-worn G7 for some time. Thing is, you pay a bit more up front with Logitech but the support is second to none, any time I've had an issue in the past they've just replaced the item free of charge.

these any good?

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JustExtreme

these any good?


Certainly hope so. My G7 has been excellent for the 4+ years I've used it and I paid more for that at the time. Certainly couldn't go back to wired now after all this time.

I have a G5 myself, still serving me well

not sure about wireless for gaming
Edited by: "JustExtreme" 11th Apr 2011

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JustExtreme

I have a G5 myself, still serving me well :)not sure about wireless for … I have a G5 myself, still serving me well :)not sure about wireless for gaming


I know what you mean, I was a bit sceptical when I got the G7 but tbh the freedom of movement more than compensates for the tiny amount of lag.

Bigger problem is the battery life, my one criticism of the G7, started off ok for a year or so but then regularly needs changing at least twice a day. As the G700 uses AAs I reckon the Sanyo Eneloops I recently picked up when they were going for £2 a pack at ASDA will fare much better. Plus, of course, you can just use the recharging lead with the G700 if needbe whilst your using it.

i'd pick this up for the 3 year warranty alone as their customer service is first class if anything fails
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