Logitech G604 Review

Logitech G604 Review

The bose Lightspeed G604 ($100), brings back a lot of memories for me…. From a wire model of a full of more buttons than the typical player, you could use it, and now we are a wireless accessory with a textured palm rest, there are two types of connectivity, and about a month of life from a single AA battery. Gaming mice have come a long way in the last few years, and comparing it to the Logitech, G604, to the G600 gives you an excellent distillation of how, and why. This is the Logitech G604 Review.

Of course, the mouse is not the perfect place: a $100 mouse, you probably have the RGB lighting, and a rechargeable battery, and the thumb buttons have a very complicated learning curve to use it properly. But if you’re massively multi-player online (MMOs), a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) games, and other genres of games that require a ton of commands, in the end, the G604 that is one of the best options.

Logitech G604 Page Design

The basic design of the Logitech G604 has not changed since the G602. It is also an ergonomic grip with your right hand on the mouse, with excellent support for the thumb, and the 6 thumb buttons. In addition to this, you will get an all-black chassis, with a support structure for the palm and the thumb. The two buttons on the side of the left-hand button of the mouse to set a point-per-inch (DPI) sensitivity to upward and downward, and the displacement of the clicks in three directions at once. There are two types of buttons in the middle that you adjust the tension on the scroll wheel and the wireless. (You can switch between the USB dongle or Bluetooth).

In general, the mouse is comfortable to hold in your hand, and maybe even a little more gentle with the claw-grip players from its palm-like counterparts. The thumb buttons are also better than ever, with easily clickable bumps rather than small cities. To differentiate between the buttons without even looking, it is very simple to do, and that it is appropriate for all the players in the middle of the in-house ability to rotate.

Features

A significant difference between the G602 and the G604 is that the second one can be plugged in via a USB dongle, as well as with Bluetooth technology. And that’s not all: you can switch between the two with the push of a button. This means that you can connect to G604 for your gaming system by using the USB cable, and then switch straight to a Bluetooth connection to a laptop, or a mobile device.

In addition, the G604 battery life is a lot more via Bluetooth wireless technology, so you can switch back and forth between working and gaming, if you want to get the most out of your charge.

In addition to this, the G604 that runs on the Logitech G-Hub software, is a robust service. It doesn’t have lighting, RGB, with more options to include DPI settings (up to 16,000), and programming buttons. You will have a variety of button options, including Logitech’s convenient to the G-Shift feature, which opens up a wide range of sub-commands for the mouse. In essence, this gives you six to eight additional buttons, depending on how hardcore you want to be.

My only complaint about the G-hub is that it’s a little bit of mercury in your car to switch between the profiles. I’ve programmed a full set of button commands for the MMO, Final Fantasy XIV, and then angrily clicked it while being beaten up by a squad of Imperial soldiers. The G-Hub, the software automatically if you refused to change your profile to the desktop when I started up the game and it will automatically return to the setup on the desktop, even if I manually chose for the FFXIV profile. There are methods to correct for this by using the five profiles onboard the mouse, is a potential solution).

Logitech G604 Review: Performance

The G604 play well across the board. Surprisingly, six small thumbknobs, I was convinced, despite the fact that I had expected to find them, it is very difficult to distinguish one from the other. I have tested it on the periphery, and with Overwatch, Age of Mythology: Extended Edition, GreedFall, Final Fantasy XIV, with a special focus on the last item, because it is in need of more of the buttons and copy and paste.

Final Fantasy XIV I play as a Gladiator, which means I have to use the different skills that are dependent on each other for extra damage and protection. By putting them all on the thumb buttons, I was able to pay more attention to what was happening on the screen, you do not have to run my hand up and down the keyboard in order to find the best time to use my abilities to the thumb buttons – which all felt distinct enough to be placed without looking at them. I was able to use one of my six most common types of competences, where necessary, while leaving my left hand free for the use of techniques, such as stuns and interrupts.

Logitech G604 Review

The mouse also works very well to many other skills. Age of Mythology is a real-time strategy game, it’s easy enough to assign the default buildings and the control groups for all the buttons on the thumb. At the same time, you can do the same thing with the skills on the cover of the frank and GreedFall. As a result, you don’t need all the extra buttons for the majority of the genre.

The Service Life Of The Battery

The other mild criticism of the Logitech G604 is that it uses a single AA battery for up to 240 hours-USB-wireless-for-life, or 5.5 months on the Bluetooth both of your claims are hard to test, because I had the mouse for about a week or so). The battery life itself is excellent, but the use of disposable batteries in a high-end peripheral devices and feels a little out-of-date and wasteful. Of course, you could invest on one set of AA rechargeable batteries, but it would have been a lot more comfortable for you to carry a occasional of the lithium-ion battery.

Logitech G604 Review: Conclusion

Gaming mice have come a long way from the year 2014, and for this reason, you have the G600 online. The G604 is a very attractive mid-point between an elegant design and a large number of buttons. It’s a little pricey (the G602 is $80, when it was first released, and now you can get it much cheaper), and using the disposable batteries it doesn’t feel right to you, on the other hand, for a prize of a mouse. But, G604, is intended to give the MMO players a tool that is not going to let them down, and delivered, in the final analysis, it’s their premise.

As far as MMO mice go, I still prefer the Razer Naga Trinidad ($100), which allows the side panels to be interchangeable and in the light of the RGB. However, this model is hard wired, so you’ll have to decide how much of wireless connectivity is worth to you. If it’s worth $100, and then, G604, is a solid bet. For other options, check out our list of the Best Gaming Mouse

Eight The Total Score

Get the Logitech, G604, if you want to get a wireless MMO mouse, and you want to spend the $100. However, you can get cheaper models if you don’t need tons of buttons for the thumb.

PROS

  • Too many thumb buttons
  • Comfortable Design
  • The Wireless, USB and Bluetooth connectivity
  • Long-lasting battery
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