Reviews and Problems with Logitech MX1000 Laser Cordless Mouse
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Expensive but worth the money.
11 June 2008
Excerpt: After much emming and aring with people over what was better a mouse with a cord, which can't run out of batteries, and cannot break as easily, with less things to go wrong, or a wireless rechargable mouse.
Summary: But my favourite feature has to be the new rechargeable lithium-ion battery, so you don't have to worry about running out of battery power at an inopportune moment. And as if this wasn't enough, Logitech has added a battery charge level indicator on the mouse itself.
Summary: If you want the best this is it. I went from a standard mouse to the microsoft intelli explorer the difference was amazing. from that to the MX1000 is like the same leap again. WORTH EVERY PENNY, BUY IT.
Summary: As a replacement for my Apple Mightly Mouse I think this is wonderful. It was just a case of plugging in the base USB and it worked with no installers out the box. I'm very happy with it. It's comfortable, accurate and not prone to sticking like the Apple Mighty Mouse.
Summary: I've been looking to replace this mouse recently knowing i'd had it a long time so i came on to see when it was released as i know i bought it just after it was released so i was pleasantly surprised to see reviews from 2004 making mine almost ten which for a piece of computer equipment is...
Summary: I've had mine for about two years now, its been the best mouse i've had, its extemely smooth and accurate, people have been complaining about it feeling cheap and light but to me it seems well made and quite sturdy, put next to a microsoft mouse there is no comparision, its been great for playing...
A mouse that you can rely upon and work hard and long
Amazon Customer "www.use-ip.co.uk", Amazon
29 June 2005
Summary: We've all dabbled with wireless devices, and no doubt we've all experienced a few flops! I can remember buying cheap mouse & keyboard combinations from the Aldi supermarket for just £14.99 - novel on day one, but after experiencing poor battery life, and frequent dropped letters when typing, and...
Summary: The mouse has evolved quite a lot in the past few years, the ball has disappeared, the wires have been cut and the scroll wheel has become a standard feature. But this latest model from Logitech has taken the mouse to the next level by swapping the optical LED for a laser.