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Logitech MX1000 Laser Cordless Mouse
6.9 out of 10

Logitech MX1000 Laser Cordless Mouse

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Logitech MX1000 Wireless Laser

Chris C., Newegg
3 January 2007
  • Summary: At first I thought the mouse was acting up, but you need to set your Receiver/Charger about 3 feet away from mouse usage; so I keep mine towards the bottom of my desk.
  • Pros: Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery - I love this feature, no more trips to Wal-Mart late at night for batteries. Laser precision 20X more accurate than Optical. Programmable buttons.
  • Cons: None that I know of.
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Best Mouse Yet.. BUY IT..

Julian H., Newegg
3 January 2007
  • Summary: This mouse is overall the best mouse, but many manufactors have stopped making it because of the cheap price and the fact that it comes with a docking station.
  • Pros: I play battlefield 2 and I could say there is no better mouse. It comes with a charger so after it dies just throw it on it and go get a meal. It also fits your hand perfectly.
  • Cons: NONE. To tell you the truth the worst thing I found after having it a little under a year is that the mx laser logo on the back is a little faded.
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Best Mouse for MMO's

Anonymous, Newegg
29 December 2006
  • Summary: This is the best mouse I ever owned. I just wish you could still get them :-( Soooooooo sad!!!
  • Pros: All the buttons. I can't find another mouse that has as many buttons. I was so disappointed to hear the Logitech discontinued this product. I bought a second one just in the nick of time.
  • Cons: Only Con is sometimes you have to jiggle the mouse(when charging) to get it to charge properly.
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A+ Mouse

Anonymous, Newegg
19 December 2006
  • Summary: This mouse was worth the xx dollars I paid for it over a year ago and I haven't been disappointed. The only drawback was the base thing, but It's fixed with the right MacGuyver moves.
  • Pros: This mouse is pinpoint accurate and doesn't mess up any. Battery life is amazing, it can last up to more than a week for my use. The extra buttons are conveniently placed and programmable with the software. Wireless Laser is very very nice.
  • Cons: The base is kind of cheaply done. I have to put a piece of paper in it so that the mouse can charge right. Kind of annoying.
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Great mouse!

Andrew H., Newegg
8 December 2006
  • Summary: Depending on what's going on I game for 10-20 or so hours a week. The battery life has been pretty decent, under normal usage it can last up to two weeks. If I have a crazy gaming week/weekend I will chew up the battery pretty quickly.
  • Pros: Great mouse with great accuracy. Lots of buttons which is great for gaming. The ergo design has a great feel to it, and I like the weight of it also.
  • Cons: I wish this model had the battery packs! I bought it before the gaming version came out, but the last time I checked the gaming version had fewer buttons. So until this one dies I'm sticking with it.
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Awesome mouse

Paul T., Newegg
7 December 2006
  • Pros: This has been the best mouse I have ever used. The battery life on this mouse is amazing. It lasts about 3 weeks before I have to charge it and even then it is only down 2 bars. I do lots of gaming and it is able to keep up.
  • Cons: Once in a great while it might mess up and lose the signal, but all you need to do is push the reset button on the bottom of the mouse and it should work just fine.
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Logitech Wins

Ryan L., Newegg
3 December 2006
  • Summary: Very comfortable and a very good design. Highly recommended
  • Pros: It's really nice to not have the cords in the way anymore. The battery life in this is incredible. I usually forget to put it back in its cradle and can go for about three days without losing complete charge (and those are 12+ hour days at the computer). Also, it recharges in the cradle very quic...
  • Cons: Having some problems with the middle mouse button in some programs (Autocad, 3dsmax) being able to pan, but I think it just needs some tweaking in the software on my end. Other than that, it's perfect.
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Great Mouse

Vincent S., Newegg
29 November 2006
  • Pros: Great response, fits my hand perfectly. NO LAG. Great for gaming.
  • Cons: None
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Great Laser Mouse

Steven L., Newegg
20 November 2006
  • Summary: I had been skeptical of getting a wireless laser mouse. It seemd like too many variables in one package. However, I am extremely happy with the change. The freedom of no wires is great and the smooth fast repsonse of the laser is amazing. It was well worth the investment!
  • Pros: Great response and absolutely no hiccups whatsoever. It tracks fine, fast and smoothly on any standard surface (and even my "non-standard" pant leg while first setting it up). With the included adapter, you can attach the cradle to your standard mouse port and not have to use another USB connecti...
  • Cons: I've had a little trouble with getting the wheel/third button to function properly with City of Heroes, but nothing else has pooped up yet.
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Excellent mouse

Anonymous, Newegg
14 November 2006
  • Summary: The first one I bought does not have nearly as well battery life of the second. I can still game for about 7 hours without a charge on my first, but the second one I got seems like it could go 15+ hours.
  • Pros: Excellent response, smooth movement. It is not heavy one bit once you get using it. Don't think its bulky; fits my hand and my g/f's comfortably. I bought one for myself then that day bought a second for my g/f.
  • Cons: I was not able to program all the buttons the way I would like to, some are just what they are and thats that. (I wanted to bind all or most of the buttons to actions on wow like using potions, mounting etc.) Turns out I can only bind 5 buttons.
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