Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless Mini Optical Mouse
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4 April 2012
Summary: I've been using this Mini Optical Mouse for about 7 years...no problems. The size is perfect for my small hands...so comfortable. This bad boy was built to last...after all these years it still work's perfectly. The reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because I wish the USB receiver was smaller and the mouse had an On & Off switch to it. To turn the mouse off you have to snap the USB receiver on to the bottom of the mouse (it's docking station).
Summary: I own two netbook computers, one with Windows and one with Linux. This Wireless is Plug-N-Play, needing no additional drivers to be installed. Both computers, and both OSs instantly recognize it, and I have had absolutely no problems with it.
Summary: I purchased one of these at a big box store several years ago and it worked great. I recently got another one from Amazon as part of a gift for my daughter. I used the first one with my laptop that I have since passed to my sister and it is still working great. She seems to like it fine. It is not too big or too small. I liked the size and operation of it as well or better than the Logitech mouse I am currently using for my desktop.
Summary: I've dropped the hand unit many times over, and it still works. The battery lasts forever. Even when my laptop warns me that the battery is getting low, it will still last for a few weeks, so there's plenty of time to find another AA battery. I've begun rotating rechargeable batteries through it to save a few bucks. Even batteries that won't hold a good charge will last longer than a month.
Summary: Everything I could ask for in a mouse. It worked well for three years and then became too sensitive (always double-clicked) despite all my efforts to tweak the settings and find a solution from the customer support, I had to discard the mouse. Still a very good mouse though, for the three years it worked. Even my little kid's abuse the mouse took in stride.
Summary: I use this mouse for starcraft 2 and general usage. It is a very solid mouse and good for high sensitivity players. It fits well in my hand and is fairly light. The clicking is very responsive and I can click faster than other mice I've owned. Somehow it feels a little less responsive than my G500 which may have something to do with the polling rate and general quality of the optical sensor in use in the mini optical.
Summary: I am a road warrior, and I travel 100%. I use this mouse constantly, and love the size. I can use it against my leg, on the bed when I am working in the hotel, and just about any surface except glass of course. I have been using the same mouse now for about six months, and I have not had to change the battery once. I change it between two different computers without issue all the time. I highly recommend this mouse.
Summary: DETAILED review [Thank you for reading] If you haven't heard, this mouse is the mouse all the pro Korean starcraft players use. That being said, I just had to put it to the test myself. So I went and bought it. (This mouse is limited.. Logitech discontinued it so it will become harder to find as time goes on) [ Basics ] If my research is correct... this mouse has 800dpi It has an optical sensor.
Summary: I thought this mouse was no longer made, can't believe targets selling them. I love this mouse so much that I have three, but I am still using the first one, for 5 years already and it still works great!!! The only thing that I dont like is that the cord is abit too long. This mouse is the best when playing games like starcraft or warcraft 3. Even the progamers use this mouse. 5 star!!!