Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum Review
The G900 Chaos Spectrum supports two methods of connectivity. The Wireless 2.4GHz option has a 1MS response time, as good as you can hope to find, but if you're fearful of lag, or just need to continue to use the G900 whilst it charges you can plug in the cable to the front, which attaches very solidly thanks to the two latches. Making sure that both cable and wireless are within easy reach Logitech supply a wireless receiver which will fit on the end of the cable so you can have it as near to your mouse as necessary for the best possible wireless signal, and then if your mouse gets flat you're a couple of seconds away from taking the wireless receiver out, plugging the cable into the mouse and returning to the fray.
Sometimes with ambidextrous mice you can have, in more furious gaming moments, a miss click on the opposite side. The G900 Chaos Spectrum beautifully gets around this issue by providing blanking plates for either side as well as magnetically attached buttons. This way you can use the G900 as anything from a mouse with no side buttons at all, to two on whichever side you use, or all four to increase your gaming possibilities.
The lighting for the G900 is good, if unspectacular. The palm logo and DPI stage indicators support the full spectrum of colours for showing off your mouse when you're not using it. The problem with palm lights is always that in use they are covered up, and the G900 Chaos Spectrum hasn't got any scroll-wheel lighting or 'headlights' to show of your hue of choice whilst gaming. It's hardly a problem unique to this mouse though. As always with lighting the colours are far richer in reality than they appear through the camera lens.