Logitech unveils the G305, an affordable lag-free wireless gaming mouse

Slap the term “gaming” to any accessory whether it be monitors, speakers, microphones, keyboards, and/or mice, and you will instantly see an increase in price over the “regular” version. However not all gaming peripherals need to cost an arm and a leg, as evidence by Logitech with the launch of the G305 wireless gaming mouse.The G305 is Logitech’s latest offering as far as gaming mice is concerned, but it comes pretty affordably priced. At $60 the G305 makes it more accessible to the masses, but just because it is cheaper doesn’t mean that Logitech has skimped on features. One of the highlight features of the G305 is that it will use the HERO optical sensor that Logitech typically reserves for its higher-end offerings.According to Logitech, “HERO is incredibly power efficient, and provides exceptional responsiveness and accuracy, 400 IPS precision and sensitivity up to 12,000 DPI, with no acceleration or smoothing.” The mouse will also feature wireless connectivity using Logitech’s LIGHTSPEED technology and

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