I've seen a couple of posts about the G9 already, but still here's my 'review'.Logitech G9
Pro: Laser, 8 Buttons (incl. 2 on the sides), Tilt Wheel (up and down/left and right scrolling), Up to 3200 dpi, 1000 reports/second (fast responce from mouse to pc), 5 modes can be set with different DPI settings, which you can control by clicking a - and + button on top of the mouse,
very nice when you need to make fast movements with little hand movement in games for example, and you can just switch back to lower DPI if you want to do some 'sniping' in TF2 or CSS as an example.
Settings can be stored in the mouse itself, so you don't need to reprogram your settings on another pc. It comes with adjustable weights, so you can make your mouse heavier or lighter in movement.
Also it comes with 2 different 'grips' you can put on the mouse, just use the one that suits you best, both can be removed. Cords are protected by a rope-like suit.
Con: Some people like different shapes or they might fit better with their hand.
Price: Bought it for about €45.Logitech Media Keyboard
Pro: Everything you need for multimedia is on this thing, while it's still simple and slim. Price is also low for this good keyboard.
Webbrowser buttons (open browser/close window/previous page)
Music/Movie buttons (play/hold/previous/next)
Volume buttons (mute/decrease volume/increase volume)
More buttons: open email/open calculator/F-buttons can be switched to a second mode to acces even more buttons.
Con: No easy accessible Macro-buttons, there are only 4 F-buttons that can be used to do a certain amount of things, but you can't record a macro and then 'play' it with the button.
Price: Bought it for about €15.Logitech G15
Pro: You get everything you even need on this board, you name it and it has it. Comes with programmable macro-buttons, tho the new version has less buttons then the previous version, which had 40 to 50 if I'm right. LCD-screen with loads of apps to be found online, there's even a Tamagotchi app. Illuminated keys.
Con: Big! You'll need a bit of room for this keyboard. Price can be a con also if you don't have much to spend.
Price: About €90-100.Creative Fatal1ty Gamer Headset
Pro: Great sound (awesome when you're gaming while playing your favorite song), great bass included, really nice for a 2-channel headset! Fluffy ear pads and 'head cushion', you can wear them for hours (speaking with experience) and not get sore (even with glasses on).
Well-made adjustable sides, volume and mic controller integrated in the cord. Microphone on the headset (which has a normal little mic-plug on its own) can be detached. Cord Length (8 feet).
Con: Can't find any, it does what it's made for.
Price: Bought it for about €45.
Last edited by Glitch on Thu Jun 17, 2010 6:24 pm, edited 1 time in total.