Razer vs. Logitech mice

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Mat Cauthon, Jan 18, 2016.


Which is better, Logitech or Razer gaming mice

  1. Logitech

  2. Razer

  3. Undecided

  4. Afraid to answer

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  1. Mat_Cauthon

    Mat_Cauthon Member

    I know that this is a somewhat biased place to ask this question, but which mice are better, the Logitech gaming mice, or the Razer? I've heard very good things about both, what is your opinion on it?
  2. Mastatgt

    Mastatgt Member

    I've tried a lot of different types of mice before and I've never had a logitech mouse not crap out on me. I've had my mamba since 2013 and its still working just fine so I'm going to have to go with razer :x
  3. iamthefong

    iamthefong Active Member

    I've had a few logitech mice of the years, no real issue with them, I've just found the Deathadder to be supremely comfortable to me. Could never really go back after this point
  4. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    Logitech mice are for sure not bad mice, for example the g502 proteus core really is one of the best gaming mice out there.
    However i have to say that f.e. the deathadder or the mamba are just slightly more comfortable, and also logitech design kind of sucks in comparison to Razer.
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  5. haur69

    haur69 New Member

    i did feel that the feeling of left right click on razer is better since im using mamba 2012 and g502
  6. Wonginator88

    Wonginator88 Member

    Razer Deathadder best mouse in the world
  7. jj1216

    jj1216 Active Member

    Can't really commend on whether which is better than the other one as I have not been using each and every mice of them out there. Perhaps the query shall be 'How is your liking towards Razer mice and Logitech mice'. As for myself, I'm more attracted to the build quality of Razer mice such as Deathadder and Naga.
  8. Drag-On

    Drag-On Member

    I am a big fan of both company's mice. Both companies put a lot of engineering in their products and their performance are a testament to that. One thing that I really like Logitech is their customer service and long warranty periods on their products. When my G700 mouse and G710+ keyboard broke, they sent me replacements without any hassle. As for Razer, I really like the Razer Synapse software. Its versatility and feature-rich options is one of the best in the industry. Ultimately, it comes down to preference and what feels better in your hands and what features you look for in your mice.
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  9. BenjaminVien95

    BenjaminVien95 Active Member

    I like what logitech offers for the price. However, razer wins it in the aesthetics department.
    Logitech mice look bland and were created with feel in mind. A few years ago, I gave up all my logitech accessories and switched to razer. I was miserable for quite a while. The razer mice took a long time to adjust to.
  10. Mat_Cauthon

    Mat_Cauthon Member

    I guess I'll just have to go to a physical store, and try each out... these terrible hardships... lol.
  11. Xenophon

    Xenophon Member

    I don't need my mouse to have 1000+ features, I only want it to be reliable and precise. That's why I like my Taipan.
  12. Well...you're on Razer's forum so I guess you have found your ansnwer.

    Anyways, I've used a Logitech G mouse at my friend's house ages ago. I think it was a Logitech G500. It was good, but I didn't know about gaming gear when PC gaming was only at its "toddler" years. But I have used Razer mice for over 2 years (DA 2012 and Classic, and Taipan), and in my experience, they were good, but didn't suit my needs. Logitech's mice didn't have the shape of a mouse I wanted. Razer didn't really either (other than the Taipan).So I eventually moved to a different brand.

    My judgement: I'm indifferent about the two brands and I prefer my other brand of mouse.
  13. Mat_Cauthon

    Mat_Cauthon Member

    What brand of mouse did you switch to?
  14. planefreshDodgerBlue301

    planefreshDodgerBlue301 Active Member

    Both is fine...as long your hand likes it
  15. Wartman

    Wartman New Member

    I like both personally. The g502 and g303 have an incredible sensor. Best on the market for sure. The deathadder is a close second sensor wise, and is much more comfortable to use. The new Mamba Te is really comfortable too and looks awesome, but the PTE sensor they use has a bit of dynamic dpi scaling so it's not quite as natural feeling as the logitech ones. Really you can't go wrong with either company, but in my opinion razer has better ergonomics and logitech has better tech.
  16. I currently use an Ozone Neon. The shape is just like the Zowie FK1. Ambidextrous design and the smallest mouse I've ever had. I'm fine with it since I have smaller hands.
  17. AnimeDTA

    AnimeDTA Member

    I like the mold from the logitech series that started with the MX518 -> G5 -> G500 -> G500s.
    They've strayed off course with the G502. Dunno if it has the same 'feel' but the look is way different.
  18. SkyweregamingNL

    SkyweregamingNL Active Member

    I never had anything of the Logitech gaming series but i did have a 60 Euro laser mouse from them, it broke after like a year, in comparison with my Razer Naga 2012 that i have had for like 2 years now, the Naga still works perfectly like brand new :)
  19. nagato7

    nagato7 Active Member

    Owned a bunch of different mouses Logitech Microsoft etc. none really failed they were just plain. Razer mouses are just exceptional In looks and functionality when it comes to gaming. Owned a Naga for 3 plus years and very happy
  20. This ^^. The build quality is definitely up to snuff on both of these companies, but logitech is able to offer a bit more in terms of customer service. I have had defective/dud/lemons sent to me from Razer, and some of the customer service people made it feel like a hassle for them to replace my product. For that reason alone, I'll have to say that Logitech feels like the safer buy. Razer is strong in performance and aesthetic... and I love that about them.

    I love my Razer gear and my Logitech gear. I use Razer for performance and gaming, and my Logitech for surfing and everyday use. I swap rooms for different functions (which is why I love my gaming laptops), and use products from both companies consistently. The original topic spoke on mice, and because we are on a gaming product forum, I'll say Razer overall for your topic.
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