Excerpt: My husband and I own a design business together. We need mice that are extremely accurate and responsive for the type of designing we do. Both of us are on the computer at least 8 hours a day, so we also need a reliable, durable mouse. To add to the list of requirements, my hands are very small, and most mice are apparently made for gigantic men. Oh yeah, and it has to be cordless...and laser, not optical.
Excerpt: Logitech LX8 has autoscroll, fits easily in the palm of your hand and can be shut off to conserve battery life, features reset button can be customized to your preferences, so comfortable to use and never causes fatigue can also be used as left or right hand mouse. Batteries last about three to four months under heavy usage, much longer under lighter conditions. It is well constructed with rubberized side grips.
Excerpt: I bought this mouse when I got tired of wires getting stuck in the recliner couch when I used my laptop. I wanted a full-size mouse and not one specifically for laptops. I looked at many different types and models of mice before I decided on the Logitech LX8 Cordless Laser Mouse. I chose this one because of the great features that it has in conjunction with an affordable cost. I also found that it had great reviews online and comes from a reputable brand.
Excerpt: After only a few weeks of using my first laptop, I knew I was going to need a wireless mouse to go along with it. I usually use my laptop at a desk space, either at home or at school. The little touchpad just isn't convenient in these situations! I have used the Logitech LX8 for over two years now and have never had a single complaint. After using it on my laptop for a few months, I bought another one for my desktop. The tracking is very smooth.
Excerpt: When typing started to hurt...... After a year of writing full-time, my right hand started to hurt pretty bad. My little touch pad was forcing my right hand to make small, repetitive motions and I'd go through whole days with one very cramped, sore hand that was achy. I saw the writing on the wall and started to worry. After I bought some voice-recognition software (less typing means less pain), a friend recommended I look into wireless mice.
Excerpt: Not the greatest work from Logitech, but I have seen far worse from other brands. If you need a cheap wireless though and if it's for casual use, maybe something like you want a cordless mouse at the office, then this a mouse to get. Now at work with some shady people who occasionally take things home that does not belong to them, I would never leave a corless (or corded) high quality mouse.
"Uncomfortable, unbalanced, hard control due poor grip."
5 April 2012
Pros: + Wireless mouse + Feels durable - no cracks, no squeezes + Standard left and right buttons, 4D scroll, programmable scroll click, 2 additional programmable buttons + Universal design for both left and right hand users
Cons: - Too small palm area - Unbalanced battery position - The hump, and the mouse itself are too high - Notable (for gamers) inert pointer movement after stop - Noisy buttons (esp. the scroller) - Scroller is too far away from the programmable buttons
Pros: Used this for 1 1/2 years on my IMAC and love it. Did not load the software but use the side button all the time for Spaces on the MAC. Have big hands and the size is great. Roller button works fine and can scroll sideways on a spreadsheet with it.
Cons: The battery warning light does not seem to work or I haven't figured it out yet.