We've currently reviewed 22 Logitech mice. They create a lot of mice variants, whether for gaming or office-related work. Logitech mice are usually very well-built and have great overall sensor performance.
The best Logitech gaming mouse we've tested is the Logitech G Pro Wireless. This is considered to be one of the best wireless gaming mice available on the market. It has amazing performance, glides well, and feels accurate. It has two side buttons on each side, giving you a few more inputs than a typical FPS mouse with only two side buttons. It features RGB lighting, which can be customized inside the G HUB software, just like its CPI settings. It has a rather universal shape and size, and most people will be able to grip it comfortably.
Unfortunately, it can be very expensive, so if you're on a limited budget we suggest taking a look at the Logitech G305, which has a lower profile and is great for fingertip grip users with FPS games. It doesn't have RGB lighting and uses a disposable AA battery, although you can expect around 250 hours of battery life, according to the manufacturer.
The best Logitech gaming mouse with a wire we've tested is the Logitech G502 HERO. This wired gaming option is well-suited to FPS games thanks to its comfortable and well-built design. It has a fair amount of additional programmable buttons, and its slanted design and thumb rest makes it comfortable enough for long gaming sessions. It's well-suited for fans of claw or palm grip, though people with small hands will likely find it too large to easily reach all the buttons. It's also quite heavy, which may bother some people. On the bright side, it has very low click latency, and it uses the Logitech HERO sensor, which performs extremely well overall.
If you play a lot of MMO games and want even more side buttons, check out the Logitech G600 MMO Gaming mouse. It features a 16-button side panel as well as a third main click button under your ring finger that allows you to access a whole new set of keybindings. That said, for most people who want a wired mouse, the G502 is a very good choice.
Logitech doesn't only do gaming mice; the best Logitech mouse for office we've tested is the Logitech MX Master 3. It's one of the best wireless mice we've tested, especially for office-related tasks, and it looks and feels very premium and well-built. It has an ergonomic shape with a thumb-rest, and its scroll wheel automatically switches to infinite scroll mode to help you get through excessively long documents. There's a horizontal scroll wheel on the left side, great for navigating through things like Excel documents, as well as two side buttons that can be programmed within the Logitech Options software. It even has a gesture control button that allows you to activate different commands when you press it and swipe your mouse in various directions.
Unfortunately, it's fairly expensive, but if you find it too pricey, you can also check out the Logitech MX Master 2S. This one performs similarly overall, but lacks some features like the automatic infinite scroll, requiring you to enable and disable it manually. If you're someone who tends to suffer from wrist pain after a long day in the office, you may also want to consider the Logitech MX Vertical. It has a vertical shape, which helps keep your wrist in a more natural position, and is designed to reduce pain, though unfortunately, it doesn't feel quite as premium and well-built as the Master series.
Overall, Logitech makes very solid mice that are some of the best performing mice we've tested. The Logitech Gaming branch makes amazing gaming mice and are pioneers in improving wireless technologies. However, they still make very good wired mice. Their most recent sensors are also considered to be some of the best available. Unfortunately, their higher-end wireless options tend to be expensive, but since they make a lot of different mice, you're more than likely going to find one that fits your budget.
Logitech makes a lot of different types of mice, and will more than likely have one that suits your needs. They also create their own sensors which are often used in their gaming mice.