Reviews and Problems with Logitech LX7 Cordless Optical Mouse
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Nice and smooth... Unless you connect it to a Mac.
16 August 2011
Summary: Well, the mouse quality is decent and all that -- my one gripe there is the over-sized dongle. My biggest gripe, though (and I only WISH I could return the thing), is that scrolling doesn't work when the mouse is connected to a Mac. running ANY version of OS X using manufacturer's drivers or not. I would not have rated this mouse so low for that had it not been for the fact that the manufacturer claims it works with all version of OS X. So, if you're using a Mac.
Summary: I bought this LX7 mouse for work. It is so HUGE it makes my wrist ache! It's 1.5" thick. For the most part it works fine, but a few times a day, it will just not move at all or the buttons won't work. I thought it was the surface I am using it on, so I bought a mouse pad. It still does the same thing. Maybe it's interferring with some other electronic at work? I'm pitching this and getting a Kensington.
Summary: I love the size of this mouse. This is actually the second one I've had. However, they both ended up with the SAME problem, which is they double click when they aren't supposed to. It's incredibly frustrating. I will certainly not buy a third.
Summary: I'd give this mouse no stars if I could. The battery life is non-existent and the mouse runs in fits and starts. If I didn't know better, I'd swear it affects the way my computer runs as well. I would return the darn thing but I kept it too long, hoping it was just operator error. I have switched back to a corded mouse. Not what I wanted to do!
Summary: I bought this model because the Logitech support claimed that it had full feature software support in Win2000. It doesn't! Pros: Good RF performance, no trouble receiving the signal from several feet. Works with both USB and PS2 connections. Cons: Driver does not seem to recognize the mouse, and so there is no way to assign functions to the extra 5 buttons; it only acts like a 2 button scroll mouse. Wheel button is so hard to press that it is useless.
Summary: I have had this mouse for 8 months now. At first, I was quite pleased with its light weight and ergonomic profile, and I found its performance satisfactory. However, over time I have found that there are some days when it is very sluggish in its response. I have tried changing this surface and also repositioning with respect to the wireless receiver; however, nothing has seemed to help. A mouse is useless if it doesn't respond consistently. I am looking for a new one.
Summary: After 3 months of use, this mouse completely stopped working. None of the buttons worked, mouse would hardly move on screen. I thought it was the batteries, so I swapped in brand new ones and again still did not work. Maybe that's why it was only $9.99 on sale, will be going in for warranty service.
Summary: I have to return this unit. I have PX, Dell Precision 690, Dual-Core Intel Xeon 2.0GHz, 2GB RAM, ATITM FireGLTM V7200, SATA 7K RPM 160GB HD. No mater how I adjust the mouse setting, the middle button and Scroll motion was sticky at best. With in the AutoCAD operation, Zoom and Pan Control was not property recognized with middle button and Scroll. I spent hours try to adjust property setting with no success. Down loading the latest driver did not help at all.
Summary: war am anfang hell begeistert aber das gerät ist mit der originalen LX7 nicht vergleichbar. Hatte die "echte" über fünf jahre und benutze sie jetzt auch wieder obwohl sie mittlerweile nicht mehr jeden klick erkennt. Hatte mir dieses Gerät als ersatz gekauft weil ich wieder die gleiche wollte aber nach weniger als nem Jahr raubt mir die Maus den letzten Nerv. Im browaser springen die Seiten hin und her, im Explorer das gleiche. Werd versuchen das Gerät zurückzuschicken.