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Tuesday, May 30, 2006
Logitech G1 Optical Mouse

4. Conclusion

My main reason for buying the Logitech G1 mouse was the fact that it had an attractive price, combined with the enhanced resolution engine (800dpi). The retail price of €29 can be considered as low entry, when high end solutions cost around €60.

In the short time that I have been using the Logitech G1, I found that it has very good response, especially compared to the previous Microsoft Basic Optical mouse that I was using. In fact, the reason I opted to try a different mouse was in an attempt to find one with sharper response and in that sense, I can say that it was a successful buy.

Lastly, the G1 mouse is covered by a 3 year warranty, whereas other Logitech mice are covered by 5. We don't know why this mouse has a smaller warranty period. Hopefully, nothing will happen to it during those 3 years. More likely though, I will have been enticed into purchasing a newer, better mouse by then:-)




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