Logitech's G305 Mouse Promises the Convenience of Wireless with the Speed of Wired

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KD_Gaming

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Can anybody explain to me what the point of having a wireless mouse is when you have to wire the mouse pad?
 
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Sure, but first, what does a wired mouse pad have to do with this mouse? It uses a AA battery. Not having a wire on the mouse means no wire getting caught or pulling at the mouse at the wrong time, which can be very important for making sure your fast moving clicks get to the right place.
 

Brian_R170

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USB dongle. No thanks. Why won't they just make a decent Bluetooth mouse? Well, besides the fact that Bluetooth is finicky if not broken on a lot of Windows devices.
 

TadashiTG

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It looks like the G305 only has a single AA battery slot. The G603 has two, and the 500 hours rating for the G603 is when using two AA batteries. Therefore, both mice have the same power efficiency.
The G603 also has bluetooth.
 
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