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First Look: Logitech G9 Laser Mouse

Logitech showed off its new G9 Laser Mouse behind closed doors at E3 2007.

Logitech showed off its new G9 Laser Mouse behind closed doors at E3 2007.

The G9 Laser Mouse comes with two inter-changeable grips - the Wide Load Grip (left) and the Precision Grip (attached to the mouse).

The G9 Laser Mouse comes with two inter-changeable grips - the Wide Load Grip (left) and the Precision Grip (attached to the mouse).

Like the Logitech MX Revolution, the G9 comes with the MicroGear Precision Scroll Wheel.

Like the Logitech MX Revolution, the G9 comes with the MicroGear Precision Scroll Wheel.

The G9 has adjustable LEDs and on board memory to save profile settings.

The G9 has adjustable LEDs and on board memory to save profile settings.

The G9's grips fit over the outside of the base mouse.

The G9’s grips fit over the outside of the base mouse.

The Wide Load Grip (left) is designed for gamers who prefer a larger mouse, while the Precision Grip is smaller and designed for better finger-tip control.

The Wide Load Grip (left) is designed for gamers who prefer a larger mouse, while the Precision Grip is smaller and designed for better finger-tip control.

The G9 has a dpi range of 200 to 3200 dpi.

The G9 has a dpi range of 200 to 3200 dpi.

The G9 mouse has Polytetrafluoroethylene feet that give the device a smooth surface.

The G9 mouse has Polytetrafluoroethylene feet that give the device a smooth surface.

Logitech says it intends to produce more grips for the G9 mouse besides the original two grips.

Logitech says it intends to produce more grips for the G9 mouse besides the original two grips.