Finalmouse Air58 vs Logitech G305

The G305 is suited for smaller hands while the Air58 usually best suits medium to large sized hands. Both mice are ambidextrous shapes that are solid shapes for most gamers, but the comfort on both are hit and miss depending on the person.

The G305 buttons beat the Air58's and pretty much every mouse on the market, the G305 buttons are just snappier and feel better to use.

Sensor wise this is a wash, both mice feature flawless sensors.

The Air58 has an amazing cable the feels like wireless, the G305 has actual wireless, in terms of feel and control I'd call this a draw as well.

The Air58 has a noticeable weight advantage, if this is the important thing to you then you should get the Air58.

In general though, you should probably look at the G305 over the Air58. The pricing advantage of the G305 more than makes up for being slightly heavier than the Air58 while still maintain advantages on buttons.

Side-by-Side Comparison

Mouse nameLogitech G305Finalmouse Air58 Ninja
PictureLogitech G305 - Check Priceread review
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Finalmouse Air58 Ninja - Check Priceread review
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Buttons2 Primary Buttons
1 Middle Scroll Button
1 DPI Button
2 Side buttons
2 primary clicks: left and right
2 side buttons
Scroll middle click
DPI switcher below scroll wheel
SensorHero 12K SensorPixart PMW3360
Cable/WirelessWirelessSoft braided cord
Battery Life250 hours non rechargeable on AA batteryN/A
SoftwareLogitech Gaming Software:
Surface tuning
RGB lighting settings
DPI stepping
Saved profiles on the mouse
Button remapping
Input analysis
Macro recording
No software:
DPI settings are preprogrammed on the Air58:

Step 1: 400 DPI
Step 2: 800 DPI
Step 3: 1600 DPI
Step 4: 3200 DPI
Warranty2 year warranty3 year warranty
ProsBest buttons of all gaming mice
Marathon battery life
Insanely light
Best cable found on a gaming mouse
Solid construction despite the speed holes
ConsMight not be the best shape for all, good for small to mediumVery hard to find, very expensive
QC concerns

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