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Logitech has unveiled the G600 MMO gaming mouse, a customisable clicker that squeezes a total of 20 buttons into the body. Schweet.

The G600 makes quite a splash as it enters the gaming mice pool, with a cluster of 12 keys on one side and its own in-built memory so customised settings can be saved to the mouse itself, rather than the rig being used.

Logitech G600 gaming mouse

These settings include button functions, which are doubled through a G-shift control, and LED backlighting, which can be set to a whole array of different colours.

While WoW fans may be hellbent on sticking to their Warcraft-branded peripherals, the G600 should definitely give MMO gamers something to think about.

The Logitech G600 gaming mouse is available from early July in either black or white for £70. ®

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