Reviews and Problems with Logitech LX7 Cordless Optical Mouse
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Long Lasting Mouse
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I use this mouse for my desktop. It hasn't broken for years and still works fine. The design is fine, the price is cheap and affordable. The best thing about it is it's durability. I mean, the batteries can die easy, but I use those rechargeable batteries. Furthermore, it hasn't broken for about 7 years now? I would change it, but my parents are the one that's using the desktop so if they're not complaning it'll stay as it is. Personally, I use a different mouse.
Summary: For whatever reason, this mouse seems to randomly lose signal with the USB transmitter that is plugged into the front of my computer. Battery changes don't help so it doesn't appear to be power related. But for some reason, on some random Thursdays in odd-number months in the early morning hours only when I'm wearing shorts, it loses signal intermittently (off and on every few seconds.) If I move it closer, it works again.
Summary: The LX 7 is a great feeling mouse. However, after about a year of use, the wireless connectivity drops to total chaos. Sometimes my mouse pointer will skip around the screen and click on things even if I'm not touching the mouse. (Is it at all possible my next-door neighbor could be causing this???
Summary: I thought the look of this mouse was incredibly sleek and sexy. What attracted me to this mouse was that it was small enough to carry around, yet large enough to maintain the comfort of a full sized mouse. Unfortunately, the mouse only lasted about a year and a half. After a year and a half's worth of normal usage, the left button ceased to work properly. A normal click would no longer do they trick.
Summary: I currently own and have owned quite a few Logitech mouse and keyboard products, and know their line very well. i've always had good luck with them from a functionality, compatibility, and reliability standpoint. they typically have a good build, feel solid, have a positive "click" that doesn't require too much force, and good weighting. That said, i'm pretty disappointed in this mouse. let me caveat that it *may* just be mine, but the wheel seems to be "hit or miss".
Summary: Whilst the LX7 promises to combine everything needed for the average multimedia man (someone who enjoys viewing films, editing pictures etc), I soon found this device a small disappointment. After hearing that it had an internal zoom feature, I was quick to buy one and try it out for myself. What I didn't know was that, although it does work, it fails to zoom to a large enough capacity in order for me to find it beneficial.
Pros: Works well and is wireless.
Cons: The zoom is not good enough for most media applications
Excerpt: Llevo con este raton ya 3 años, lo uso para el portatil, esta bastante bien para uso medio, pero para uso intensivo no lo recomiendo para nada, las teclas terminan siendo bastante duras, y debido a que su diseño sea como si estuviese barnizado, es bastante incomodo porque el sudor de los dedos se va quedando en las teclas.