The Logitech G700s may not be a "must upgrade" for owners of its predecessor, the G700, but it should be near the top of the list for PC gamers in need of a new mouse. Since the design of the G700 already hit all the right marks, Logitech didn't have to change much in the G700s and Hardware Heaven says that's "no bad thing." Destructoid had problems with the grip at first, but still found the G700s to be an "extremely comfortable" mouse, and AnandTech says the layout of its 13 customizable buttons are "basically where your fingers are going to be" and that they "require very little searching." And don't worry about interference issues -- PC Mag says the G700s performs "admirably, with smooth, consistent tracking, no stuttering or lag." With a price of just $99, Logitech's updated G700s is a good choice for new PC gamers who need more advanced, gaming-oriented features like weight tuning and a large array of buttons.