The overly riveting peripheral specialist from the Logitech castle have once again perfected a very promising gaming mouse which can probably – at least via benchmark – outperform any mouse in all occasions. Introducing the G900 Chaos Spectrum, this wireless mouse is masterly optimized for any genre, making it a top pick among most eSports athletes.
Due to its dashing but balanced-looking façade, the G900 Chaos Spectrum exudes a seemingly handsome style which obviously calls for players who are looking for a simple but masculine-type of gaming mouse. So whether you use it on your work desk or within a high-pressured online/offline tournament, this mouse will not disappoint in providing a great amount of efficiency any time. Despite its glaringly bold design, the mouse does not compromise its ergonomics, even at the slightest bit. The Chaos Spectrum has one of the most comfortable ergonomics catered for gamers who simultaneously use different grip techniques such as palm grip, claw grip, or the infamous fingertip grip. Plus, it has been designed for both left and right-handed gamers.
To add to the mouse’s s striking elegance, manipulating the RGB lighting via the Logitech Gaming Software has never ceased to please users who desire so much on putting rainbows to their peripherals. The Chaos Spectrum can go up to five onboard customizable profiles and can be manipulated via the abovementioned wherein users have the luxury to change the mouse’s DPI and RGB lighting on-the-fly, which is very useful on getting fancy headshots while taking on a sniper on Counter Strike: Global Offensive.
The 107g Chaos Spectrum is so meticulously engineered that it gives a soothing sensation of movements while retaining firmness and stability. Not only does it provide a lightweight feel, but it also does not give your hand a pounding stress even in the course of extended gaming sessions.
The Chaos Spectrum has an innate clock-tuning technology which bolsters its battery life into its maximum despite the inevitable accumulation of negative external agents such as dust particles, humidity, sweat, temperature, etc. Seemingly, the Chaos Spectrum speaks of great durability and resiliency during its usage. Its battery life could span up to 32 hours without the use of RGB lighting and 24 hours with the lighting on.
The Chaos Spectrum is inherent with the Proteus model, as it also has 11 programmable buttons and the ever-lauded butter-smooth scrolling wheel. Talk about hassle-free, Logitech has once again protected its reputation of providing innovative and optimizable peripherals by simply incorporating such essential features. 10/10 people who are lazy enough to scroll pages up and down will buy this mouse, especially those with enough budget. Unlike the Proteus model though, the left and right mouse buttons of the Chaos Spectrum have a significant metal spring tensioning system which minimizes the force required to click the buttons. This accordingly gives users a faster sense of response even while playing high-octane paced games.
As what every wireless gaming mouse thrives for, a top-notch accurate optical sensor is equipped in the Chaos Spectrum, making this cool tool well beyond expectations in terms of precision and quality when likened to its rivals. The mouse excels at being responsive as its tracking accuracy is within the broad spectrum of 200-12000 DPI, which provides gamers snappy but controlled movements.