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Logitech-mx1100.33515574
7.9 out of 10

Logitech MX1100

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Reviews and Problems with Logitech MX1100

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Overall 6
6.0

"DPI too low for a true gaming mouse"

P8riot0366, CNET
9 May 2010
  • Pros: Good feel in the hand. Thumb button is a nice feature. Wheel ability to rapidly scroll through pages is a mixed blessing.
  • Cons: DPI is only 1600, which makes it hard for fine movements while aiming in FPS games. Can be frustrating if gaming is your focus, like it is for me.
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Overall 5
5.0

"Tracking died of 9 months of use"

danisans2007, CNET
11 April 2010
  • Pros: Very confortable mouse, nice size (for big hands), thumb button is very practical and does not accidentilly get clicked like other mice I have used. DPI is OK and tracking is acceptable. Can be used as a gaming mouse. Very good battery life.
  • Cons: Tracking laser died on me after 9 months. Read a few complaints from MX 1100 owners confirming that this is not an isolated issue. The two side buttons on the mouse are practically impossible to use.
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Overall 5
5.0

"disappointed"

dewatobay, CNET
27 May 2009
  • Pros: looks good, customizable
  • Cons: flighty, difficult to pinpoint, no matter how i try to tweak the customization features. I waste a lot of time trying to pinpoint . Time is a factor for me. I do not have all day. And it is heavy for my hand.
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Overall 6
6.0

"Mediocre design"

hari-pro, CNET
17 February 2009
  • Pros: battery life is good
  • Cons: Feels heavy to scroll, and bit larger design.
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Overall 6
6.0

"Good mouse but the MX1000 was better."

manny khool, CNET
9 October 2008
  • Pros: Good size for large hands Buttons easy to locate On the fly sensitivity adjustment Hyperscroll
  • Cons: Hyperscroll button far too twitchy - often will roll on its own Quite heavy - not as easy to glide around Not easy for accurate precision - seems difficult to pin-point the pointer
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Overall 5
5.0

"Will this one get page scrolling?"

mprost, CNET
28 August 2008
  • Pros: At least it will use standard batteries so the mouse won't die with its non-replaceable batteries, as the Revolution.
  • Cons: Uberoptions should be the standard driver. Huge-sized drivers.
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Overall 6
6.0

Very nice mouse BUT too heavy

internetmaster, Amazon
22 May 2009
  • Summary: I agree with most of the other reviewer's good points. This is a well design mouse in terms of functionality and ergonomics but the big downside for me is the weight. It's just too heavy and you really feel it in your hand muscles after using it. If it was lighter I would give it 5 stars for sure.
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Overall 6
6.0

Nice but has big problems with drivers

Crouching Soldier, Hidden Taliban, Amazon
7 December 2008
  • Summary: This is a really nice comfortable mouse but it doesn't seem to work with all machines. I tried using this on two different XP SP3 machines. It worked on one without any problems. On the other the USB receiver was not recognized. Why this is the case i have no idea. I've trawled the web and tried a multitude of things with no results. What is clear though is that many people seem to be having problems with Logitech USB receivers and software (SetPoint).
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Overall 6
6.0

klobiges Auslaufmodell

Border58 "T.S.", Amazon
6 December 2010
  • Summary: Maus ist für kleine Hände unhandlich. Nicht alle Tasten lassen sich frei programmieren. Laserabtastung zum Teil unpräziese (kommt auf die Einstellung an). USB-Empfänger zu lang. Gewicht zu hoch. Na ja, ist eh ein Auslaufmodell. Aber es gibt nicht nur Nachteiliges zu berichten: Das Scrollrad ist wirklich toll; auch die Verarbeitung macht einen soliden Eindruck. Trotzdem habe ich die Maus zurück gegeben.
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Overall 6
6.0

Frauenmaushand und Ergonomie

testdummi, Amazon
9 February 2010
  • Summary: Die MX1100 mag ja zurecht mit dem Prädikat "ergonomisch" versehen sein, aber scheinbar trifft das nicht für jede Hand zu. Nachdem ich mit einer ergonomischen Maus aus dem günstigeren Preissegment eine Sehnenscheidenentzündung erlitt und langwierig auskurieren musste, sollte es diesmal kein Preisleistungs-Kompromiss mehr sein und ich investierte in das scheinbar einzig Wahre: Logitech.
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