Summary: As I am currently using the MX1100 (until I get a refund/replacement) it took me twice as long to simply load up Amazon and reach the review page. After only 2 or 3 months of use now it boasts the following added features: Broken battery case Mouse wheel that is sluggish and resistant Left click that gets stuck, springs up slowly and sometimes doesn't even get recognised I use the mouse fairly regularly on an engineering university course, and for gaming, but not...
Summary: Disappointing... Just in the process of sending my second one of these back. Brought to replace an MX1000 both of these MX1100 were DOA. Thanks to Amazon for taking them back but will now have to look for a mouse that works :-((((
Summary: looks very nice, good weight etc, but can't say anymore as had to return mouse as did not work! no light and not recognized by pc tried multiple PCs and battery no dice totally dead. so returned it and got a second, top marks for amazons return and replacement system... But second mouse just the same! even tried it with a mac!
Summary: I have used Logitech mice exclusively for years, latterly the MX Revolution, purchased at near its maximum retail price. As the Revolution does not always recharge without lots of jiggling in its base, I needed a replacement. The MX 1100 seemed to be an obvious successor as it is quite similar in some ways and I was dubious about buying another rechargeable mouse as users seem to oftem complain about charging problems (irrespective of brand used).
Summary: One of the few products I've bought that takes batteries but doesn't use them. The batteries, you see, are for extra weight; this enables the MX1100 to hold down papers on your desk near open windows / fans etc. You may even be able to direct a leaf blower on your desk without the papers flying everywhere due the MX1100's sturdy construction. This paperweight also comes with a manual - assuming of course that you've never used a paper weight before.