Logitech G604 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse

MIKE EPSTEIN | January 4, 2020

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Can a gaming mouse ever have too many buttons? Fans of MMOs, MOBAs, strategy games anything with cooldowns would say, "Never." With that spirit in mind, Logitech's newest mouse, the G604 Lightspeed ($99.99), is a wireless MMO- or battle-royale-style mouse that puts six macro buttons under your thumb. While it doesn't have as many buttons as its ancestor, the G600, it's a rare addition to a class of mice that we don't see as often as we once did, and one of the only wireless options to boot. Alas, though, the G604 may not be the mouse that WoW and DOTA players have been dreaming about. Though it has lots of great features, its oddly humped body shape headlines a list of issues that keep the device more than a few steps from MMO stardom. The right-handed G604 Lightspeed Wireless has an incredible 15 inputs. On top, it has two click panels, two DPI-switching buttons on the left side of the left click panel, and a scroll wheel with a click-down and two tilt inputs.

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