Reviews and Problems with Logitech LX3 Optical Mouse
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No Good Under Win-7
J. Dyson, Amazon
7 December 2009
Summary: The mouse is nicely built but Logitech's configuration software which allows features like 'tilt wheel' and zoom will not install under windows 7. Best to purchase a mouse made by Microsoft if you intend to run Win7.
Summary: I got this mouse from Bestbuy and I had to return it. it's not very comforable, and the moment of this mouse is not good at all, I have a old mouse doesn't work too well, so I try to get a new mouse, but this one is about the same with the old one, the old mouse is 10 months old and I bought it like $10, this one I just got it 10 months after at the price is $30, and they are about the same, just a waste of money!
Summary: The mouse body is too narrow for my hands. I prefer the older models that do not get narrower towards the palm of the hand. The mouse buttons require a lot of pressure. Tracking and wheel is ok which is why I gave it any stars at all.
Summary: I picked up one after my old Logitech mouse cord went bad. One thing I noticed off the bat (which might not be a common technical problem) was that the left and right buttons were not good. Clicking on something sometimes wouldn't work. The mouse button would "click" but onscreen it wouldn't register unless you actually pushed the button hard. Was very annoying and I quickly returned the mouse after testing it for a day or 2.
Summary: it's work fine with my laptop and desktop and window xp and vista also the other thing is good grip is also good but when I use wheel click, (rigth click and left click are perfectily fine, but only wheel click) mouse sometimes ignore my wheel click. it may means you need to click harder this mouse than average wheel mouse the other thing is perfect, but the problem is I'm using wheel click continuously only one problem is very big problem for me..
Summary: I needed a new mouse for use at work and in our catalog all the mice were Logitech. I have a history of using Microsoft mice, but for no particular reason other than familiarity. But I figured a logitech mouse would be just as good, so I ordered this, which seemed cheap and functional. The physical mouse gets the job done, clicks fine, scrolls fine, etc. I appreciate the scroll + tilt wheel. It works as it should.
Summary: I was immediately disappointed when I began to use the mouse. It is certainly stylish, well-crafted and engineered. But the click was loud, heavy, and sluggish - possibly owing to the fact that the left and right buttons are made of one continuous sheet of plastic, bent and split in the middle so as to provide separate contacts around the wheel. What's more, the height of the click panels is more than I was accustomed to.