Reviews and Problems with Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX
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Save Your Money, DO NOT BUY
Bruno S., Newegg
13 October 2014
Summary: This is my second MX Mouse and both of them didn't last a year!
Pros: Stylish, heavy and that's about it
Cons: Didn't get to play a lot of games with it cause it partly died and then it decides to go crazy by itself. I've owned it for almost a year, but wheel has been dead for about 5 months, and this thing every so often gets possessed! Mouse starts moving by itself (on screen - lol) and the buttons won't respond, and it makes it seem like the computer is lagging when it is not, and it does that until i turn it off or hit/tap it on the desk, out of frustration. Dark Field is ...
Summary: Big and heavy. Back and forward buttons take too much pressure to click and you have to reposition your hand slightly. The wheel is too "free wheeling" to control easily. Overall not a comfortable mouse.
Cons: This mouse eats batteries. Brand new Duracell batteries... drained in 6 weeks. It needs two AA batteries. Even worse is Logitech reselling these at marked down price to their loyal customers. That is worse than putting out a bad product, and that is borderline swindling in my book. So, I'm saying GOODBYE to Logitech.
Summary: After about a year this mouse will produce a double click for every click. Don't expect Logitech to warranty this mouse. Amazon is considered an UNAUTHORIZED RETAILER, and this lets Logitech out of the 2 year repair/replacing this mouse or any other product. BUYER BEWARE. Do not purchase any Logitech product from Amazon!
Summary: It's a great mouse ... until it fails ... in time the left button starts to bounce and acts as a double click. Don't take my word for it ... read the other reviews. My second one just failed ... time to find something else.
Summary: I have used Logitech mice as long as I can remember and they are usually wonderful. I thought the same of this mouse for about two months. Good(not great) battery life, great sensitivity and usability. Lots of buttons and none are easy to click by accident, a problem I noticed on a lot of other high-button mice. Ergonomics-wise it is a bit small for my hand, but understandable considering I have huge hands and it was built to be portable.
Summary: I just got my third Anywhere Mouse MX replacement today. All had the same problem with all three. Web pages would vibrate when scrolling, holding the left button down when highlighting text would skip highlighting areas of text or not highlight at all. I was told these problems might have been caused by static electricity. If that is the case, this mouse was designed poorly. I used the 3-year limited hardware warranty to replace each of these mice.
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.