Reviews and Problems with Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX
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loved the 910-000872 old version, hate the "new"
3 weeks ago
Summary: Loved the 910-000872 old version, hate the 910-002896 "new" version. The glossy finish is unacceptable. Nearly destroyed the mouse attempting to remove what appeared to be a protective plastic coating prior to determining no such protective plastic coating. Click is louder best guess. No longer the recommended mouse for clients. Sad as other mice do not offer the level of functionality.
Summary: This mouse is basically a six month disposable purchase, as it will fail within that time period. The basic problem is with the buttons. A few thousand clicks and it starts malfunctioning. Single clicks register as doubles, if you hold it down to drag and drop, it randomly releases, sometimes the button just fails entirely. The darkfield tech is great, it does work anywhere. It is kind of ridiculous that they won't improve the buttons.
Summary: I've had two Anywhere Mouse MX in the last 4 years. One the right button would stick, so I got a new one after a few months. Three years later I noticed the left click issue. Now I'm wondering is it worth buying a new one and chance the left button click issue won't show up ? Or should I look for a different mouse from another company ? I feel if you charge this much money for a mouse, you should be able to use for a good 5 years.
Summary: This is a FANTASTIC mouse that is plagued by a major problem--the left-click is not 100% reliable. Over a period of several months the mouse will interpret single-clicks as double-clicks intermittently. From the research I've done, it all comes down to a very cheap, small piece of copper that fails after awhile. I have had this mouse replaced five times already.
Summary: I saw some reviews regarding this.............but need to stress this issue I thought I have misused (ANYWHERE MOUSE MX) my first mouse when I carried around in the my backpack..........thinking this was the reason for my left click button to go out of order. when I click once, it does the function of double clicking. So I purchased another one (as a matter of fact, I purchased 3 because of sale for family). I have never taken it away from my desk.
Summary: Don't get me wrong, I love Logitech mice but I think I'm being forced to abandon the brand. This is the third mouse that I've had the left mouse button die on me. Every click acts like a double click and it drives me absolutely insane. I've tried every fix in the Logitech forums but nothing lasts for long. Really deplorable quality with this persistent, cross-product problem. All in the name of saving a few pennies for a cheaper SPDT switch.
Summary: I'm on my third one of these now. The left mouse button will wear out with regular use, the spring goes out and then every click you make it thinks it's a double click. I'm a business traveler and have one of these at home, and one I take on the road. Both have worn out within a year of use with the same problem. Do a little google work and you'll see this is a common issue for moderate to heavy users of this product. Disappointed in Logitech on this.