Summary: I normally enjoy Logitech products. I did not immediately use the mouse. After the return window expired, I tried to us it. Dead mouse walking. I still will buy Logitech, this experience has tainted my appreciation of log products a bit.
Summary: I was a loyal Logitech consumer but now I'm disappointed. The sensitivity is worse than the M305 which is what I had before this one (on which a button broke with normal use which is why I bought this one). Also, the wheel tilt feels awkward compared to the M305. I feel like Logitech released a degraded version of this series of mice. Might have to switch to a higher quality brand or model that's actually worth the price for my office.
Summary: SO I GOT THIS MOUSE RIGHT, I WAS SUPER EXCITED BECAUSE I HAD A DIFFERENT WIRELESS MOUSE BEFORE AND IT WORKED AMAZINGLY AND THEN IT GOT OLD SO I GOT THIS MOUSE. I PLUGGED EVERYTHING IN AND IT DIDNT WORK!!!!!!!!!!!! IT STARTED TO WORK AND THEN DIDNT!! I OVER THIS PRODUCT!
Summary: I CAN'T CLICK THE SCROLL BUTTON WITHOUT SCROLLING THE MOUSE POINTER FIRST IN MOST CASES, MISFIRING THE SCROLL BUTTON FUNCTION - THE REASON IS THE SCROLL BUTTON IS MUCH TOO LOOSE - IN OTHER WORDS, IT IS EXTREMELY AND AGGRAVATINGLY DIFFICULT TO CLICK THE SCROLL BUTTON WITHOUT SCROLLING AWAY FROM THE LINK I'M TRYING TO CLICK. AVOID THIS MOUSE!
Summary: This mouse will *not* work correctly on OS X, despite claims on the box about OS X compatibility. On OS X all you'll get is basic left/right clicks and vertical scrolling. Horizontal scrolling will *not* work, and the Logitech OS X drivers (LCC) do neither recognize this mouse nor allow any configuration of the button/scrolling actions.
Summary: I bought this over the Microsoft mouse because it had a cool design. How is it that a scroll mouse doesn't scroll?? I downloaded the software, spent hours messing around with it and it still doesn't scroll in any program. I'll be bringing it back and getting a not so cool looking mouse that works. Logitech you disappointed me this time.
Summary: I own a mac laptop and wanted to buy a replacement for my previous mouse. The previous one had that nice left/right extra buttons on the scroll wheel, which I've gotten used to. So I spent about 30 minutes in a store to choose a mouse with the same left/right buttons and finally bought M325. It was labeled for mac, so it clearly shouldn't have been any trouble.