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Logitech MX1000 Laser Cordless Mouse

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Overall 10

Great mouse that's more than worth the money

firewav, Viewpoints
9 September 2012
  • Excerpt: I Purchased the mx1000 5 years back (while I worked at an Office Max, yeah 10% employee discounts). This mouse has worked flawlessly since the day I bought it. It holds it's charged for several days of average use, and even when it needs some juice it only take a few hours to top off the battery. I've got a ton of wireless and bluetooth devices running around my desk and have never had an connection issue.
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Overall 10

"Best purchase I ever made!"

IceFoxify, CNET
1 March 2012
  • Pros: Fantastic lifespan, comfortable, great buttons and button placement, incredible battery, struggle free, universal page for/back-wards.
  • Cons: With time the rubber coating wears off, only for right handed people, hairs can get stuck in the laser compartment and mess up the readings (very rare, though this goes for most mice).
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Overall 10

"Precise,quality mouse."

Noblepuker, CNET
26 April 2011
  • Pros: Accurate,durable,has lotsa buttons,optional software,large size fits hand nicely.
  • Cons: Price,haha.
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Overall 10

"Best wireless, laser, long-life battery mouse"

loray94510, CNET
26 September 2009
  • Pros: wireless, rechargeable, comfortable, smooth scrolling
  • Cons: sometimes signals get crossed with husbands mouse (same mouse/same room) but only when at a farther distance from receiver than usual.
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Overall 10

"The only mouse I will ever use for gaming"

Progaming, CNET
12 March 2009
  • Pros: Amazing battery life, can take punishment, does not have a million worthless buttons, is heavy and large for more control. Lights for displaying the charge strength.
  • Cons: Hard to obtain, not cheap (until you realize how long it lasts..) Best bet is to find one online, logitech doesn't seem to make them anymore.
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Overall 8

Wireless Lasers to the Rescue

nad_masters, epinions.com
15 January 2009
  • Summary: If you are looking for a high-end mouse to compliment your high-end rig, this is one to consider.
  • Pros: Tracks well, responsive, battery life, lots of programmable buttons
  • Cons: Some functions need Logitech's applets, still expensive, wires to base
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Overall 6

"Give it 6 out of 10"

navy1812, CNET
22 August 2008
  • Pros: Very good mouse
  • Cons: Power supply went out after 13 months
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Overall 9

"Pretty good"

BetterthanurX, CNET
4 March 2008
  • Pros: Very comfy, decent battery life
  • Cons: Charging dock doesn't draw power from USB port
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Overall 9

"laser tracking is perfect, clicks are too soft"

bdimitrov, CNET
4 December 2007
  • Pros: tracks on my desk surface, which no other optical mouse could do
  • Cons: big, scroll wheel is for vertical scrolling only (not scroll ball like apple mice)
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Overall 5

"Not hot at all"

nayad, CNET
21 November 2007
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