Logitech's G900 Chaos Spectrum is a wireless gaming mouse that actually works

Logitech has announced its flagship gaming mouse for 2016, the G900 Chaos Spectrum. Set to debut next month for $149, the mouse comes with adjustable grips for left or right-handed use, offering 200 to 12,000 DPI with zero filtering, maximum acceleration of 40 Gs, and 300 inches per second travel. You can even disconnect the cord to use the mouse in wireless mode, which connects over the 2.4GHz channel.

It also features customizable lighting with up to 16.8 million colors, as well as sensor calibration to ensure maximum responsiveness with your mouse surface. The buttons are good for 20 million clicks, and Logitech has built a mechanical pivot with metal spring tensioning that offers a clean click, while reducing the amount of time it takes for the button to hit the switch.

On the hardware side of things, the G900 Chaos Spectrum offers Pixart's PMW3366 optical sensor, the same sensor used in the G303. The mouse has dimensions of 130 mm x 67 mm x 40 mm, and weighs just 107g.

Logitech claims that you'll get 24 hours of usage in wireless mode with the default lighting enabled, which can be extended to 32 hours by switching the lighting off entirely.

We'll let you know once the G900 Chaos Spectrum goes up for sale. Who's looking to get one?

Harish Jonnalagadda
Senior Editor - Asia

Harish Jonnalagadda is a Senior Editor overseeing Asia for Android Central, Windows Central's sister site. When not reviewing phones, he's testing PC hardware, including video cards, motherboards, gaming accessories, and keyboards.