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Cheapest Logitech G9X Price in Singapore is S$ 2.31

The Logitech G9X is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Logitech G9X price in Singapore is S$ 2.31 from Shopee. Logitech G9X price details are updated January 2020.

Logitech G9X Price Guide

Price List by Country for Logitech G9X

Country International Price Price in SGD
Malaysia MYR 8.43 S$ 3.00
Philippines PHP 117.00 S$ 3.00
Singapore SGD 2.31 S$ 2.00

Logitech G9X Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateMay 2009
Product colourBlack
Device interfaceUSB
Movement detection technologyLaser
Scroll typeWheel
Buttons quantity8
Movement resolution5700 DPI
Recommended usagePC
Number of scroll wheels1

Reviews of Logitech G9X
Reviewed on 2011-09-18
The gaming market is booming, and it is no wonder peripherals makers like Logitech is coming up with more gaming products for the hardcore gamers. Their G series mice are widely received and this year, the company has given their G9 an upgraded senso...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-18
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Reviewed on 2013-02-14
We have four portable keyboards and a quartet of gaming mice that could turn heads at your next LAN party. We put the boards through a number of performance-oriented metrics, and handed the hardware off to some gamer friends for their opinions, too. The...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-21
Interchangeable weight, grip, and LEDs. Tangle-free braided sleeve on cord. Custom profiles can be made. On-board memory.
No wireless option. Pricey. Designed only for right-handed users
Thanks to its highly customizable design, the Logitech G9X Laser Mouse ($79.99 direct) has something for hardcore gamers and casual users alike. It can be outfitted with different grips, has an adjustable weight, and features on-the-fly adjustable DPI tha...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-31
The Logitech G9X Laser Mouse MW3 edition, falls in line with the G-series gaming mice from Logitech . A company with a strong tradition in PC peripherals, so it's no surprise that I can tell you off the bat that the G9X is a solid all round mouse, with a ...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-12
What is the single most important hardware for any serious gamer? Certainly some would argue that a good graphics card for the best possible eye candy, others would probably say a large TFT screen for more viewing area while others prefer ...
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Reviewed on 2010-07-02
Benchmark Reviews Golden Tachometer Award, Two interchangeable grips included, Laser engine with 200~5700 DPI sensitivity range, Connects using HiSpeed USB2.0, Ten preprogrammed onboard memory profiles, Custom weighttuning system, Logitech SetPoint software expands capabilities, MicroGear Precision Scroll Wheel, Superslick PTFE mouse feet, 3year limited hardware warranty, Up to 1000 rep...
5700 DPI sensitivity requires SetPoint software, Cord may collect surface dust, Expensive... but worth it, Wide Load grip lacks pinkie support
One of the primary reasons that PC video games are so popular is because they offer precision control and accuracy beyond what the gaming console can deliver. Tools are an important part of the trade, and to be the best you've got to use the best equi...
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Reviewed on 2009-12-22
Long gone are the days of the Microsoft Intellimouse being the staple diet of hardcore gamers. We've seen some great products over the last few years which have genuinely advanced the design of mice and improved on the generic mice of yester-year. Mice...
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Reviewed on 2009-12-18
We tested nine mice to find out which one is the best for each type of gamer. Each mouse has been scored, but we come away with the opinion that each mouse was well-built, well-thought-out, and well-designed. The Razer Orochi, Razer Naga, and SteelSeri...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-04
When it comes to mice and keyboards gaming or otherwise there is one company everyone recognizes. Logitech is by far the largest peripheral manufacture in the world. In fact December of last year they produced their Billionth mouse, that’s a lot of mic...
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Reviewed on 2009-08-31
Great sensitivity, Very accurate, Interchangeable grips
Today we are going to look at the Logitech G9x Laser Gaming mouse. The G9x is the follow up to the fantastic Logitech G9 laser mouse that has been on the market for a long time now. The two mice share many features in common, which is a good thing cons...
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Reviewed on 2009-07-22
The best sensor we've ever tested. Onthefly sensitivity adjustment. Driverless profiles.
The satiny texture of the Wide Load shell gets sweaty & gross after long sessions.
We didn't like the original G9, but we were wrong When we first reviewed the original Logitech G9 (November 2007), we didn’t like it. Specifically, we thought it was uncomfortable to hold, using either of the removable shells. In fact, we described it ...
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Reviewed on 2009-03-18
Do you prefer a mouse with substance or one you can flick with the slightest effort of your wrist? Do you need a wide mouse to fill a large hand, or would you prefer something more diminutive? Do you like a scroll wheel that clicks or one that rolls s...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-10
Swap-in grips. Good software
Button placement isn't great. Weight system is fiddly
Logitech's G9x is a slight revision of its , a mouse we rather liked when it came out three years ago. The G9x actually followed shortly after, but today is the first chance we've had to look at it. The difference that the additional lower case x brin...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-19
In many ways "gaming mouse" isn't even an overly suitable title, as what works well while gaming is going to work just as well browsing the net or using a graphics design program. If a mouse can excel in the heated, fast paced action of gaming hand movement, then it's going to do pretty well elsewhere, too. It is this fact..
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Reviewed on 2009-08-14
Weve lauded Logitechs G5, G6 and G7 series. Here, the G9x comes with all the features from previous versions. Particularly worth of note is the standard selection of weights (4x4g and 4x7g) which can be added to the mouse via a slide out drawer. Acce...
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Reviewed on 2009-08-07
Logitechs gone with a "more of the same" approach with its new G9x gaming mouse. It shares much of the design flare of the G9, and adds only a few minor evolutionary improvements - the most important of which is that tracking on the mouse now goes up ...
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