The Logitech software isn't really that accessible. It is about the
same as the software that ships with their joysticks and gamepads in
terms of accessibility. Although, I really haven't had a big need to
use the software myself.
As far as price goes I didn't pay nearly that much for my mouse. I
think I payed something like $45 USD for my little furry friend. Yeah,
it is a lower end model, but it does the job. So if you are worried
about paying $125 to $150 for a gaming mouse that isn't necessary. At
least from what is available here in the USA.
On 11/14/11, shaun everiss <sm.ever...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I started with a stick but a mouse is more compact.
> Yes its definately something I am really thinking about.
> With your logitech did you have any issue accessing the software at all.
> Good gaming mice are usually 120-150 bucks as compaired to the sticks
> that can be double that or more pluss I really don't have the space
> for much more than a mouse sized object.
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