Behind the Innovation: Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse

The newest product in our gaming lineup, the Logitech G600 MMO gaming mouse, was created by and for MMO fans. Specifically designed for MMO gamers, the Logitech G600 MMO gaming mouse is built upon numerous product reviews, multiple concepts and plentiful revisions to ensure this is the perfect mouse for those marathon sessions. Check out the below video as Charles Bathel, Logitech product specialist, explains in more detail how our newest gaming mouse was developed.

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Brand Manager at Logitech

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  • I’ve been using Logitech mouse for a long time ,because i played MMO Games (World of Warcraft) 5 years.Because of that i would say that this mouse will dominate in MMO Games because you can be much faster and you can make much more operations.
    Great Work!

  • When does the G600 come to Canada? I thought you guys said it would come out in July, it is almost August! I could not get to try the G600 for the Guild Wars 2 beta weekend, very disappointed.

    • Hi Mitch, it’s set to be hitting the shelves by the end of July, so it should be arriving soon. We appreciate your patience.

  • Please Help. I absolutely fell in love with the size shape weight and design of the mouse. However, the mouse has a tendency to randomly skip all the way to the top bottom or sides of the screen. I called logitech customer support, which didnt help at all. Ive seen a lot of threads with people having this problem so i dont think it will be fixed by simply getting a new one. Help would be most appreciated

    • Hi Matthew,
      Thank you for supporting us, and we’re sorry you’re having this problem with our mouse. The first thing would be to open a case with us at http://www.logitech.com/en-us/support. Once you’ve done that, send us your case number, region and e-mail address. With that information, we can pass it along to our customer care team to further assist you.

  • Hi! Pretty happy with the G600 :) But I’ve been unable to configure a “ctr + left click” shortcut. I’d like to do that, because in Chrome it would be handy to press, say, Button G10 to open a link automatically in a new tab with just one click – any idea how to do that?

    • We apologize for an inconvenience this may have caused you, Sim. We will pass this along to the rest of our team, thanks for bringing this to our attention!

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