Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse Review + Giveaway

Before I start this review, I must say that I am not a fan of MMO games and this is my first ever MMO gaming mouse.

The Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse is Logitech answer to the Razer Naga. It was announced 2 months ago in June 2012 and is retailing for S$99 since mid-July 2012.

Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse - Box Front
Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse – Box Front

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Logitech Gaming Products Giveaway Starting From August 2012

Just a heads up, starting from August 2012, I will be giving away a Logitech Gaming Product via a Twitter contest every month for the next 3 months, totalling S$620, so watch for it. The contests will be open to all my readers based in Singapore only (sorry about that).

These 3 Logitech products are (not in any particular order):

Logitech Gaming Products
Logitech Gaming Products

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Targus Blue Trace Mouse

Targus’s Blue Trace is its version of Microsoft’s BlueTrack which is used for mice to make it usable on any surfaces including glass!

Targus releases 2 mice using the Blue Trace technology, Targus Wireless Blue Trace Mouse (AMW50AP-53) which is retailing for S$29.90 and the other is Targus Compact Blue Trace Mouse (AMU75AP-54) retailing for S$18.90.

Targus Wireless Blue Trace Mouse - Packaging Front
Targus Wireless Blue Trace Mouse – Packaging Front

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Apple iMac 21.5″ (Late 2009)

Ordered a 21.5″ iMac (3.06GHz) for my dad to replace his old computer (which is also my previous desktop computer). Actually suppose to order 2 sets. One for my Dad to put it at home and the other for my mom to replace her old Fujitsu laptop in the office. However, my mom got some doubts about the Mac OS X and software compatibility issues and hence ended up getting 1 set for my dad first. In the mean time she can play around with it at home before making a final decision.

Since I am still technically a student, I made use of the Education Store and hence it is cheaper by S$100. The iMac cost S$1,688. I also topped up another S$218 for Apple Care so that the warranty will get extended by another 2 years.

iMac Box

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MacPadd Aluminium Mouse Pad

MacPadd does aluminum mouse pads. It is precision manufactured from a solid piece of Aluminum. It is available it in two sizes, MacPadd (9″x6″) costs US$25.00 and MacPadd Pro (9″x9″) costs US$35.00. Unfortunately, their online shop does not ship to Singapore. There are two other distributors, MacWay is based in France and Other World Computing based in the USA.

I did not check out MacWay instead I checked out Other World Computing and it does ship to Singapore and best of all it can be paid using PayPal. I got the MacPadd Pro at US$31.99 and shipping to Singapore cost US$13.73, so total is US$45.72. I placed order and paid on the 9th November 2009 and on the 10th November 2009 it was shipped and I received it yesterday on the 18th November 2009. Took only 8 days to reach Singapore shores.


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Microsoft Hardware 2008 Lineup

Microsoft Hardware celebrates 25 years of success by announcing several of its new hardware on Tuesday at Movida, St. James Power Station. Unfortunately I am not able to attend as I have lessons during that time.

Microsoft Arc Mouse
Microsoft Corp raised the style stakes with the unveiling of a revolutionary crescent-moon-shaped mouse designed to be just as fashionable as it is functional – the Arc Mouse. With its unique foldable design, Arc reduces by almost half for portability when it is snapped shut, but provides complete comfort when opened to its full size.

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