Reviews and Problems with Logitech LX7 Cordless Optical Mouse
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9 September 2012
Excerpt: I never knew how much I needed a mouse product until I tried the Logitech LX7 Cordless Optical Mouse , it is amazing. I have a laptop computer so usually use the touchpad, but I was ready for easier navigating and this mouse is the answer. The mouse just connects to your USB cord but there is no cord. There is a docking station that you plug in so that you can use the mouse from far away and you don't even need a pad to roll it on. The installation is easy and it...
It fits sweetly into my dirty little paws; works despite crud!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I originally bought the Logitech LX7 because it has a "Power" button. I thought it'd be great to turn the thing off when I went to bed to conserve batteries. I don't know what I was thinking; it's never once crossed my mind to actually use it. Moreover, when I've been replacing the batteries and noticed yet again the "Power" button and been reminded it's there, I see it's far too small for me to use it anyway.
Excerpt: I have been using this mouse for several months now. it has been working great, and is comfortable and easy to use. It also fits well in the curve of my palm so i can use it for hours. it is also great that it is wireless, because it makes it easier to move around in all directions. however if you have children around who like to play with things and hide them you dont want to lose your mouse.
No cord restriction with a Logitec cordless mouse.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Having recently purchased a Logitec cordless mouse, I was pleased with how well it works. No more cord to get in the way. There is way to many wires connected to your computer and with the Logitec cordless mouse, you eliminate one. It has a range of at least 5 feet. I have had no need to try it any farther. You do not need to use a mouse pad. It works on almost any surface. It was very reasonably priced, if you shop around. I purchased mine, brand new, on Ebay.
Excerpt: The Logitech cordless optical mouse works great with my laptop. If you don't have a USB port for your mouse it also comes with a PS2 to USB adapter. There is also an optional base stand for your USB plug if you do not want to plug it straight into your computer .The Logitech cordless optical mouse is a good buy and well worth the money you spend.
Excerpt: I have had this mouse over two years. It does use batteries but much less than the ones that my company uses for work. I have never had any problems with this one except batteries. It is very simple to install and the only rule to follow is that you have to have it installed and then restart the computer.
Summary: I love this mouse but find that I have to replace it perhaps too frequently, lasts about a year for me and then it gets "goosey" and, for lack of a better word, loose. Have to double click a lot when it begins to wear out. Have had three in past 4 years but always buy another because I like the top back-forward buttons I can use without having to move the cursor.
Summary: Was looking for a mouse cause my old LX3 which was goofing up a bit, and a friend recommended this to me. At first I wasn't so sure: as a gamer who plays a lot, I wouldn't stand for any sort of input lag or connectivity issues, and another friend had said he had nothing but trouble with wireless mice. The former though gave nothing but praise so I decided to check it out.
Summary: I've been using this mouse for probably two years now. It really is a great mouse. Never had any problems with signal. ol faithful. Plus the batteries last several months, so no worries on replacing those. Now I'm a gamer and for other people who use the computer for extended use: this mouse has hard plastic covering the top where your palm fits. That's depending on how long you're on the computer, but for me at least this creates a problem.