The Logitech G305 is a budget wireless mouse which can be picked up for just £35 or $40 (Often much less in sales). A wireless Logitech mouse for such a low price point makes it very appealing to many, but should you buy it?
The G305 shares the exact same shape as the Logitech G203. While this is not a bad shape, it's certainly not for everyone. Only those with very small hands will be able to palm this mouse comfortably. Claw and fingertip users will be able to find a comfortable grip after getting used to the mouse. It does have some width too it that will make it difficult for fingertip users without big hands.
Something that isn't so great about this mouse is the weight. The Logitech G305 weighs 99g, which by todays standards is a relatively heavy gaming mouse. In addition to this, the use of a AA battery means much of the weight is distributed towards the back of the mouse. Personally I would buy a lightweight wired mouse instead.
The sensor in this mouse is Logitech's HERO sensor with up to 12,000 dpi. It has a lift-off distance of around 5 playing cards. This is plenty low enough and good for the price. The wireless connectivity on this mouse is great, as expected from Logitech Lightspeed.
The scroll wheel and buttons are all pretty good. They aren't the best feeling on the market but I have no serious issues with them and at this price point they are perfectly fine.
The Logitech G305 is a good option if you NEED a wireless mouse. However, if you want the best gaming mouse for the price I think the money is better spent on something like a Razer Viper Mini. Honestly, for a lot of people it makes more sense to spend half the money and just buy the Logitech G203 Lightsync.
Buy the Logitech G305