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If you're fine with using a decent mouse that will inevitably break, go for it.
Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2019
The mouse itself is ergonomic and good to hold. It's light and maneuverable and tracks well with just the right amount of liftoff. However, I will no longer buy Logitech mice due to a common recurring problem that has yet to be fixed or even addressed on their part. Logitech mice are infamous for having poor durability. My G501 lasted about 1 year before it had to be RMA'ed - TWICE, literally within 3 months of each other, for losing connection. 3 mice total, 3 all dead within the span of 2 years. My parents' Logitech mice constantly suffer issues of frayed cords and broken wiring. My G402 is currently giving me slightly better results - after an impressive 2 years the right mouse button is losing its tactile bounce, so I'm double-clicking things constantly by accident, which is a death sentence for anyone who plays FPS games (guns will zoom in and immediately zoom out, forcing you to rely on hipfire). I will not be buying Logitech products anymore. Good design, poor execution. Would've rated 2 stars for all the frustration caused over the years but Logitech's customer support is great and they do send out replacements at a moment's notice.