I can not believe it's been 14 years since Logitech launched one of the most legendary gaming mice – the MX518. The only one coming in should be Microsoft's own IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0, which I've also liked, but the Logitech MX518 has driven my professional days Call of Duty: United Offensive on the GameArena scales here in Australia.
Logitech has just announced that it was reporting the MX518 gaming mouse with the same general shape as the original mouse, but with various modifications to the hardware, materials used, and mouse buttons. The updated Logitech MX518 features a 1ms response time, a 16K HERO sensor and 8 programmable buttons that can be set on other keys or on specific commands.
Logitech offers more customization with Logitech Gaming software and on-the-fly tuning knobs above and below the dial. The company stores built-in memory that allows you to save custom profiles on the mouse so you can transfer them from one PC to another, which simplifies things.
The refreshed Logitech MX518 gaming mouse will only cost $ 60, pre-orders being open to date and, unfortunately, not yet ETA.