Summary: I Bought this mouse for Graphic Design but the sensitivity is very bad... No deferent between normal mouse with 10$ and this one. i downloaded the logitech app for mouse control but still the same also i bought high quality mouse pad but still the same .. i don't like the sensitivity at all.. very bad one....
Summary: i wish i could love it but it just doesn't work very well. i have an older mac book pro. it was top of the line in 2007 and the specs are still ok compared to new models. i used to use a microsoft mouse with a huge transmitter that was just fine. i bought this because of the small transmitter and nice ergonomic design. the problem is that it just doesn't track properly. it's jerky on any type of surface--even white paper or a standard mouse pad.
Summary: I am personally very disappointed in this mouse. When I first got it, it already skipped around from time to time. I had expected as much, but recently it has been doing it more often to the point where it's gotten so frustrating I've switched back to my old mouse. I regret buying this mouse.
Summary: but the motion sensor is really bad, it moves at different speed on different surface. When I place it on my wood table, it's moving soooo slowly, and when I placed it on my SC2 mousepad, it's moving so fast again. wow, that just really turn me off. Other than that, it's god good grip for me and I love the glossy cover on it and the rubber... I'm still gonna return it though.
Summary: The tracking is not as nice on a mac as it is on a windows-based or linux-based machine. When the computer comes back up from sleep the mouse sometimes initially works, sometimes not, and turning the mouse off and on doesn't work. I have to manually remove and reinsert the nano dongle to get it to reinitialize. This happens with and without the Logitech Control Center installed. Ugh! I won't be buying Logitech next time that's for sure since I now exclusively use a Mac.
Summary: I have used it for few days now. My work requires accurate mouse tracking (down to a single pixel), the M510 is hard to pinpoint. Its initial movement is ok, but then drags or jumps a little when approaching the desired spot on the screen, always have to adjust it to make it right. I also have a M215, smaller in size but its accuracy put the M510 in shame.
Summary: I already owned the Anywhere Mouse, but this M10 mouse came with the package of the new keyboard I got. I liked the ergonomics of the M10 better than the Anywhere Mouse, and was ready to commit to the switch. But I noticed right away that the tracking was not as accurate. I changed the batteries and tried again but still the same. I wasn't sure if it was just me or my table's surface, but saw there were other reviews like mine.
Summary: I bought this mouse because I have been using a LX8 Logitech mouse that has been worn out. Since it is the same body I thought this was a no brainer, wrong! The unifying receiver doesn't work anywhere near as well as the LX8 receiver. The pointer on the screen sticks often and can be erratic. My computer sits 4 ft from the mouse so range isn't the problem.
Summary: Here is my experience & you can digest as appropriate. Read all the reviews and compared, thought this would be a good purchase as I liked the wireless factor and the potential of adding other wireless devices on a single unifier. Delivery was fine, opened instructions which suggest I need go to Logitech.com to download their Setpoint software. I do and have difficulty so I wait for their Customer Service center to open at 9:00 am EDT and get to them at 9:03.