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Logitech G5 Gaming Mouse - PCstats.com Logitech G5 Gaming Mouse
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2000 DPI might sound like a lot, and it is. The truth is that for most users, a setting of 2000 DPI may even be too fast. The same can be said of mice that support 1600 DPI resolution, which is why Logitech included the on-the-fly adjustable sensitivity feature. I’m pleased to report that the very same feature has been included in the G5, although it’s a bit more failsafe then before. But I’ll get into that in just a moment. Before I do I should probably commit some words to explaining what else is new and different in the G5.
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