Summary: This mouse feels cheap. Why can't you just make the same form factor as the MX518,(weight, buttons and size) and upgrade the firmware to 2015 standards and maybe put adjustable weights in it? That might be an improvement
Pros: It's fast I like the different light modes and the changeable USB polling rate.
Cons: I've had this mouse for 4 days and still trying to get used to it. I'm obviously used to a heavier mouse and larger form factor. The thumb buttons sit way too high. And the 2 buttons on the right click get in the way constantly when I'm aiming since I'm used to a larger form factor. I just don't ...
Was a great mouse for a few years but then started getting ...
Joey DeSimone, Amazon
29 January 2015
Summary: Was a great mouse for a few years but then started getting issues with the mouse buttons acting strange. However I abused the mouse with heavy usage, so much that the rubber where your thumb rest has worn down to the plastic underneath!
Summary: I didn't get it on newegg, got it at a nondescript electronics store on black friday for pretty cheap. Will definitely get a replacement on here though as soon as its on sale. Also looks like logitech has come out with a new model so I might check that one out.
Pros: This mouse is very light and feels slick. Game detection profiles work perfectly and I very much enjoy all the tweaking options available. The lights are useful indicators so you know which profile you are using and the buttons are spread out so you don't have to try using them all with a single ...
Cons: Visible signs of wear where my fingers and palm rest. After around 13-14 months the right click seems to be going but still usable in shooters. I've also felt better mouse wheels but that's hardly a complaint.
Summary: Owned for over a year, heavy game usage at times. I now mainly use it for web browsing/schoolwork. Easy preset mode switching means I can change the mapping with a simple button click on the mouse. I have one setting for regular use (browsing - mapped forward/back and page up/page down).
Pros: Programmable buttons Easy to configure Cheap Lightweight Logitech
and it's not a bad mobile gaming mouse if I do say so myself
Aaron F., Amazon
7 October 2014
Summary: Functionally speaking, this is a solid mouse. It has plenty of options for configuration if you know how to use the Logitech Gaming Software, and it's not a bad mobile gaming mouse if I do say so myself. The mouse also looks pretty neat in my opinion.
I've both recommended it to my clients and continued to purchase them ...
Timothy B. Kline, Amazon
3 October 2014
Summary: It's getting a little more difficult to find this particular mouse, but ever since I started using this model some years back, I've both recommended it to my clients and continued to purchase them for my own systems and workstations. Well-designed and nicely adaptable to the dpi range you need.
Summary: I've had this mouse for a little over a year and it is still working as it was when I first got it. There is little to no evidence of wear. I bought this mouse for the ability to program the 6 other buttons. After having this feature I can't imagine gaming without it.
Summary: Been using this mouse for the past six months and its held up pretty good. I really enjoy all the programmable buttons and the different features. One thing to note is it's definitely not the fastest or most sensitive.
Summary: This took so long to arrive I actually forgot I'd ordered it. That being said, now that I have it I'm very happy with it. The mouse feels good and is responsive. The button placement is easy for use in gaming and the pre-programmed profiles for different types of games are actually useful.