Logitech G305 Mouse Price in Singapore & Specifications

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Cheapest Logitech G305 Mouse Price in Singapore is S$ 48.50

The Logitech G305 Mouse is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Logitech G305 Mouse price in Singapore is S$ 48.50 from Shopee. Logitech G305 Mouse price details are updated November 2020.

Logitech G305 Mouse Price Guide

Price List by Country for Logitech G305 Mouse

Country International Price Price in SGD
Malaysia MYR 134.00 S$ 44.00
Philippines PHP 3,933.00 S$ 110.00
Singapore SGD 49.99 S$ 50.00

Logitech G305 Mouse Specs

System Requirements/Supported OS
Windows Vista No
Windows 7 Yes
Windows 8 Yes
Windows 10 Yes
Chrome OS Yes

Reviews of Logitech G305 Mouse

Reviewed on 2020-09-23
Advanced sensor, Reliable wireless connection,
Not rechargeable, Can feel small to bigger hands, Stiff competition
As a gamer, it's important to have the best equipment. That way you have nothing to blame poor gameplay on but yourself. If you're looking for the best gaming mouse without a cord, the Logitech G305 Lightspeed is a great option. It's lightweight, comes in...
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Reviewed on 2020-06-30
Aside from a comfortable shape and accurate sensor, gamers are always looking for well-positioned inputs that can be easily customized. Let's not forget about good overall quality, as well as durability, performance and speed, all of that at a reasonable...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-05
Slim design makes it easy to pack, Single AA battery gives 250 hours of battery life, Hero sensor performs as well as the famed PWM3366, Adopts Logitech's comfortable G703 scooped shape, 500 hours of high-performance gaming off two AA batteries, Flashy on...
250 hours of battery isn't much for daily home use, Weight distribution is a bit awkward because of the battery, Undersized and a bit too flat for comfort, Heavy, thanks to the dual batteries, Hard to say how durable the buttons will be over time, Somewha...
Nowhere do I see technology's relentless progress more these days than in wireless mice. When I was in college, not all that long ago, I had a wireless mouse for traveling. It cost me $30, and it barely worked. As if its error-prone laser sensor wasn't ba...
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Reviewed on 2018-09-20
Great sensor, Main buttons and scroll wheel feel nice and crisp, Exceptional Lightspeed wireless technology, Safe, widely usable shape, Up to 250 hours of battery life, Excellent build quality, Great software
Main switches only rated for 10 million clicks, Side buttons have a lot of travel, Mouse feet could be better, Heavy and sluggish with the default battery
I recently reviewed the Logitech G PRO Wireless, which is objectively among the best wireless gaming mice currently out there. I would now like to show you the G305, which can be considered the PRO's smaller brother. Smaller in size and more friendly wh...
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Reviewed on 2018-08-31
Wireless mice have been sold for decades, and these have often been acceptable for office work. Gamers on the other hand, don't like office mice, they want the best of the best, all the time.So for many years we got just that, super high-end wireless gami...
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Reviewed on 2018-06-26
Logitech wasn't content to rest on their laurels and has continued to push boundaries, introducing their new LIGHTSPEED wireless technology and the HERO sensor which is poised to lead the way into the next generation of gaming mice.Today, we're looking...
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Reviewed on 2018-06-12
How inexpensive can you make a wireless mouse without making it unusable in intense games? That's a question Logitech is looking to answer with the Logitech G305 gaming mouse, the cheapest wireless gaming mouse in the new batch of Logitech G mice. At just...
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Reviewed on 2018-06-06
Affordable path to wireless gaming, 1ms response time, Lengthy battery life,
Not rechargeable, No Bluetooth option, Minimal customization
It's been two years since the debut of the Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum, the wireless gaming mouse that made lower latency a spec that mice of its type should aspire to. In all but name, the Chaos Spectrum wielded the same Lightspeed wireless technology t...
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Reviewed on 2018-05-24
Logitech has long been an innovator of peripheral architectures and technologies. Last year's G603 wireless gaming mouse, for example, destroyed the stereotype that the lack of a cord meant a sacrifice in performance. Its battery life, versatility, and hi...
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Reviewed on 2018-05-22
Comfortabl, sleek desig, Great wireless feature, Inexpensiv, Easy to use
No Bluetooth connectivit, Requires AA batteries
Logitech has already produced a variety of wireless mice, ranging from the pretty good to the truly exceptional. The Logitech G305 ($60) is right in the middle of the pack. It's not quite ambitious enough to cover uncharted ground, but more than a match...
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Reviewed on 2018-05-18
LIGHTSPEED technology at a more mainstream price, Long life from a single AA battery, Simple customization through Logitech Gaming Software, $60 is a good price for what you get
RGB fanatics should look elsewhere, G305 feels a little lightweight and small in the hand
I think it's safe to say that Logitech has been crafting some really solid gaming mice lately. Back in March, I reviewed the G703 and G903 gaming mice, which both come with all the bells and whistles: RGB lighting, Powerplay support, HERO sensors, and LIG...
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Reviewed on 2020-09-22
Lately I've been having so much fun with all these new mice releases, because I get to basically revisit my CS:GO training. Outside of using a mouse or testing a new peripheral, I don't have much time to game and to train, but there has been so many aweso...
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Reviewed on 2019-05-07
My first experience with the Logitech G305 came at a recreational Overwatch game. I was talking to my teammates about the gear they were using and two of them just so happened to be raving about the mouse. A week later I was able to get my hands on a revi...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-05
Nowhere do I see technology's relentless progress more these days than in wireless mice. When I was in college, not all that long ago, I had a wireless mouse for traveling. It cost me $30, and it barely worked. As if its error-prone laser sensor wasn't ba...
Read more >