Reviews and Problems with Logitech LX7 Cordless Optical Mouse
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mai y., Newegg
7 September 2009
Summary: best RF mouse i've ever used
Pros: Sleek good looks, comfy, smooth, invisible laser (does not have annoying red laser), clicker is superb, battery life.
Cons: only reason this mouse did not get a perfect score is because the range on it is weak, if you're planning on using this mouse any more than 9-10ft, its not for you. i was using it to control my laptop playing movies on my big screen, but RF was not strong enough for it to be with me on the couch ...
Summary: I've owned this mouse for over a year now and have only had to replace the batteries once, so far. I had a minor problem with the USB transmitter, for some reason the mouse would suddenly lose the wireless connection.
Pros: Long battery life, easy to use software included.
Summary: I'm sorry to say I did not buy this mouse from Newegg. I needed a cheap wireless mouse as my bro gave me his old laptop and I found it for 2/3 the cost at the time. Sorry, Newegg! You still get 95% of my business!! I like the styling of the mouse.
Cons: A little thin for my hands, scroll is a little noisy, I like forward/backward buttons on the left side so I can use them with my thumb I ran out of room below in my 'other thoughts,' so I'll just mention that I have a Logitech Laser mouse (MX1000?) and page forward/backward buttons are on the lef...
Summary: Overall it's a nice mouse to have for browsing the internet, but i wouldn't recommend for gaming.
Pros: Somewhat stable, comfortable. Batteries last a while, so it doesn't suck them dry so to speak.
Cons: The left click has lost it's "spring" so to speak. I have to push down with a little more force then with the right click. Also the "feet" or grips on the bottom have all come off within a few months.