Logitech G604 Wireless Gaming Mouse: 15 Configurable Controls for $100

Source: Logitech Logitech G604 Wireless Gaming Mouse: 15 Configurable Controls for $100

Logitech G announced today the launch of the Logitech G604, a wireless gaming mouse designed as an update to the G602, which hit the market back in 2013.

Departing from the G602’s black and silver design, the Logitech G604 now sports a stealthy all back look and eschews RGB lighting in favor of customizability and battery life. In total, there are 15 programmable controls which are configurable via Logitech’s G Hub software, including six separate thumb buttons which Logitech says makes the mouse appealing to fans of Battle Royale and MOBA games.

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Like many of Logitech’s recent gaming mice, the G604 utilizes the company’s 16K HERO sensor with resolution between 100 and 16,000 DPI, and it can operate via either Logitech’s low-latency “Lightspeed” technology or Bluetooth, including dual connectivity compatibility which lets users switch between both modes seamlessly at the push of a button located beneath the scroll wheel. Powered by a single AA battery, Logitech claims up to 240 hours of usage on Lightspeed and up to five-and-a-half months via Bluetooth.

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The Logitech G604 will be priced at $99.99 and is expected to ship later this month. It carries a 2-year limited warranty. See the technical specifications below.
Logitech G604 Wireless Gaming Mouse
Sensor HERO 16K
Resolution 100 – 16,000 DPI
Max Acceleration >40 G
Max Speed >400 IPS
Report Rate 1000Hz / 1ms (Lightspeed)
88-133Hz / 7.5-11.25ms (Bluetooth)
Battery Life Up to 240 hours (Lightspeed)
Up to 5.5 months (Bluetooth)
Programmable Controls 15
Dimensions 130mm x 80mm x 45mm
Weight (incl. battery) 135g
List Price $99.99

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