The image (which can be just about
anything) gets printed on the palm area of the mouse and hopefully
won’t rub off with sweaty gamer hands on it 24/7 as the image is bonded
to the surface with some whizz-bang tech.
Like we said, almost anything can be printed (subject to certain condition) or picked from Logitech’s design gallery.
surveying gamers who own a Logitech mouse, we learned that more than 65
per cent want to mod their hardware," said Rory Dooley, Logitech senior
vice president and general manager of the Control Devices business
unit. "The Logitech G9 Laser Mouse ID Grip provides gamers with a new
level of personalization. Whether it’s a guild logo or a personal
photo, we’re delighted to give gamers the ability to make the G9 mouse
even more a reflection of their unique personality."