Compatible Products Include: Mice G100/G100s Optical Gaming Mouse G300 Gaming Mouse G400/G400s Optical Gaming Mouse G500/G500s Laser Gaming Mouse G600 MMO Gaming Mouse G700/G700s Rechargeable Gaming Mouse G9/G9x Laser Mouse MX518 Gaming-Grade Optical Mouse Keyboards G103 Gaming Keyboard G105 Gaming Keyboard G110 Gaming Keyboard G13 Advanced Gameboard G11 Gaming Keyboard G15 Gaming Keyboard (v1 and v2) G510/G510s Gaming Keyboard G710+ Mechanical Gaming Keyboard G19/G19s Gaming Keyboard
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So much for plug-n-play technology, eh?
Every move Apple makes towards the gaming crowd puzzles me entirely. They shunned gaming for so long that every move in that direction seems dodgy to me.
I just love how my MX518 keeps hanging around and being relevant even though they do not make them anymore.
My rig - I7-4770K, ASUS Z87-A Mobo, 16 GB Corsair Ram, AMD 7990 GPU, CoolIT AiO Cooler, NZXT H630
You might be interested to know that the Logitech G400 is the updated MX518. I owned an MX518 and when it died, I attempted to find an MX518 to replace it with. They were already out of production, so I tried a G500. It was a fine mouse, but it fell short of the perfection that was the MX518. Then I found out about the G400 and bought one of those. My kids now have the G500 and I use my G400.
Logitech has the G400s on their website now, which is a slightly newer version of the G400 (I have the standard G400). In any case, you ought to check it out should your trusty MX518 give up the ghost.
Yeah I have known about them for awhile. I won't switch until mine breaks. I've read reviews and looked them over and honestly from what I have seen it looks like that the G400 is a good replacement but not something superior so ill just wait for now. My current MX518 has barely 2 years on it so its going strong atm.
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