Logitech G25 ReviewBosco -
Category: Input Devices
IntroductionAnyone who is anyone knows who Logitech is. From mice to joysticks, to webcams and keyboards, Logitech has pretty much been doing it all since 1981. When it comes to quality, I personally expect Logitech to be at the top of its game because I own a lot of their products and have become very dependent on them. The G25 looks to be a great product and I cannot wait to get started on testing it.
The shipping package was in good condition and it was packed very tightly on the inside. When I opened package, I found a press release CD for the G25 and the rFactor Racing Game sitting on top of the fancy G25 Box.
The product package was also very solid with no damage whatsoever. The box, weighing in at a cool 20 pounds, was very heavy, much more than I expected. It also sported the usual Logitech colors and graphics with a decent amount of info on the product.
Two things that can account for the hefty weight are the use of real metal and leather on the G25, and that it comes as three separate pieces. You can tell just by looking at it that the unit is not cheaply made.