Logitech this week launched its new entry-level gaming mouse that makes use of its proprietary Lightspeed wi-fi interconnection know-how in addition to its newest HERO sensor. The Logitech G305 mouse makes use of a confirmed ambidextrous form-factor however doesn’t provide options like adjustable weight or RGB lighting.
The G305 is Logitech’s second mouse to characteristic the corporate’s newest HERO (excessive effectivity rated optical) sensor with 12,000 DPI sensitivity, as much as 400 inches per second detection velocity, and as much as 40G acceleration. As well as, the mouse makes use of the proprietary Lightspeed wi-fi interconnection know-how that allegedly cuts the enter lag by enhancing the inner structure, lowering the polling price of wi-fi receivers to 1 ms, rising sign power, making use of a proprietary frequency hopping mechanism that makes use of the strongest interference-free channel, and optimizing software program.
One of many benefits of Logitech’s HERO sensor (and to a level Lightspeed know-how) is a really lengthy battery life. The producer guarantees that the G305 mouse can final for 250 hours on one AA battery and as much as 9 months when its polling price is decreased to eight ms.
The Logitech G305 is outfitted with six programmable buttons, in keeping with different entry-level gaming mice. As for weight, it weighs solely 99 grams, which some players may discover too mild, however which turns into a bonus when the mouse is used when travelling.
Logitech’s G305 Lightspeed wi-fi gaming mouse will probably be accessible in black and white later this month for a urged retail worth of $59.99. This worth is just a little bit decrease when in comparison with Logitech’s G603 mouse that includes the HERO sensor in addition to the Lightspeed know-how ($69.99), however which is costlier than the value of Logitech’s G502 (begins at $49.99) that has a previous-gen 12,000 DPI sensor, adjustable weight, 11 programmable buttons, and RGB lighting.
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