03-20-2012 09:51 PM
Can we expect LGS to support the G500 anytime in the immediate future? I currently have the G510 and G930, which both use the LGS; one would assume that the "G" 500 would use it as well. Now I find out the the lesser "G" model mice do support it? That seems wholly misleading to consumers. If I'm required to use two separate software to configure my mouse and keyboard, I'd honestly rather look at other options for my mouse, rather than use what seems to be inferior software. Part of the draw for buying the G500 and upgraging from the mx518 was that my logitech gear would be unified under one software. The mouse, as it stands, doesn't offer enough to justify upgrading, or in this case is it a sidegrade?
With the high profile the Logitech has, this just baffles me. I'm assuming that this won't get a response from any employees (although I will check back) and it seems as though I'll either go back to the mx518 or look towards another company.
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03-21-2012 02:31 AM
there was a single post previously by a rep stating there are no plans for any mice currently utilizing setpoint to be ported over to LGS a while back. Since then, topics and requests for G700 and G500 mice getting LGS have been ignored. I wouldn't hold my breath for LGS support for the 700 and 500. Most likely revamped versions of the 2 will be announced in the future with lgs support