Failed to Charge, Customer Support Experience - HORRIFIC
5 November 2009
Summary: I'd estimate that I used the device 6 to 8 daily. I did not charge it daily or leave it sitting in the cradle, but waited until the indicator fell below 50%. It never took more than a overnight to reach full charge again.
Pros: Highly customizable Excellence responsiveness to tracking Rechargeable lith-ion battery with charge indicator and docking station
Cons: Awkard design takes some getting used to, and I still prefer a more "egg" shaped mouse. Device failed to hold a charge after about 2 months of use. For the first month that I dealt with customer support I was on hold for at least 30 minutes before speaking with a person, sometimes up to an hour. ...
Summary: If the mouse wasn't so comfortable for my hand it'd be in the trash, instead i've wasted countless hours trying to make it work, i can't play FPS games anymore and web browsing just gets annoying it's an absolute nightmare if razor made mice for right handed people instead of ambidextrous designs i...
Pros: wonderful physical design, love it most comfortable mouse i've used ever which is quite honestly the biggest problem
Cons: the stupid mouse is utterly useless, theres no need to go into details other people have gone on and on about them i just wish i listened. stupid thing just skips on me over and over the more i used it the more it did can't stand it i even moved the reciever to 10 inches away from where i use the...
Pros: I'll update this when I see some... just wanted to get the Con out ASAP.
Cons: YOU CANNOT REPLACE THE BATTERY. The battery cannot be removed, so when it stops taking a charge, you are going to have to throw out your mouse. Also, when you forget to charge your mouse you can't just toss in another pair of batteries; you will need to wait for it to charge. This is at least my ...
Summary: I love the mouse, but Logitech's SetPoint software never worked correctly on my system. It conflicted with my touchpad, refused to hold onto custom settings and kept reverting back to default, buttons would stop working correctly in applications, and it would stop responding to left clicks.
Pros: -Shaped perfectly for my hand. -Good fit and finish/materials. -Rechargeable battery lasts for days even with extended use. -No problems with tracking. -No problems with wireless.
Cons: -Logitech's SetPoint software does not work properly with my system. -Poor/No customer support by Logitech for known issues. -SetPoint software offers limited configurability. -Scroll wheel feels cheap, very loud when in "click-to-click" mode.
Resist the Revolution : : Junk, Junk, Junk : : 3 of 3 defective.
NATE T., Newegg
4 August 2009
Summary: These mice are rubbish. No matter what I do I get the red-flicker-of-death on the mouse's battery indicator. Oh yes, they will charge very briefly, but within seconds the red-flicker returns, hence they will not recharge properly.
Pros: • Very stylish looking and sleek. • Extremely accurate tracking and pointer precision for a wireless mouse, even when compared to other wired mice. • Very slick features: 1) battery indicator 2) side wheel for window flipping 3) automatic scroll-shifting of the web wheel between click-to-click an...
Cons: - Maximum battery life is claimed to be 14 to 15 days. Try half that. - The charging stand is too light, too tippy and does a poor job of actually holding its mouse correctly. - Too small, even for people with average sized hands. - You can't swap out the battery. The battery and mouse live an di...
Summary: This is a great mouse - probably the best one I ever used. Unfortunately, the batteries are a wonky and the unit stops working after a week. Consider buying the notebook version which has standard, not rechargable batteries.