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Logitech MX1100
7.8 out of 10

Logitech MX1100

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Overall 10
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Try relocating the receiver to another USB port

Charles L., Newegg
30 July 2010
  • Summary: LAG & STUTTER CURE (for me): I'm using this on a desktop PC. Initially, I was very disappointed. I loved the mouse, but was experiencing some serious lag & some stuttering. Moving the receiver from a rear USB port to a front USB port cured all the lagging and stuttering. It works great now.
  • Pros: Feels solid & well made. Good tracking. Long battery life. Replaceable batteries - Doesn't require a desktop charge. Throw-away batteries are a plus for me! The purpose of a wireless mouse is to ELIMINATE wires on your desktop. The wire required for a desktop charger negates any advantage of goin...
  • Cons: Kinda' on the heavy side. Took a few sessions to get used to it after using a lighter wired mouse. Now, It's fine. DPI switch. I don't get it.
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Overall 10
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LOVE IT

Justin M., Newegg
25 July 2010
  • Summary: Personally, I like corded mice; no batteries to change or tracking problems. However, this mouse is so amazingly comfortable I don't mind feeding it AA's and I have never had a tracking problem with it. I love this mouse and look forward to many years of typical logitech quality
  • Pros: WOW! Everything about this mouse is awesome. It fits my hand amazingly well and is probably the most comfortable mouse I have ever used (I have had 3 logitech mice in the past and have, on occasion, spent much more than ~$60 on a mouse). After reading numerous review about this mouse it seems as ...
  • Cons: AA's required, no recharging here.
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Overall 10
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Good Mouse

Monte C., Newegg
25 July 2010
  • Summary: I got this at BestB for 38 bucks with tax so I feel great about the price. I looked really hard at the performance MX, but the rechargeable battery and lack of battery life kept me away.
  • Pros: Precise so far for me and easy to use. The scroll wheel is the best I have used. Good ergonomics. Not too many buttons which is nice. On/Off switch.
  • Cons: The receiver for this is not the unifying type. I expect this is slightly older hardware so it was not normal when this mouse came out. no big deal.
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Overall 10
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Best Mouse I've Ever Used...

Anonymous, Newegg
3 July 2010
  • Summary: If it ever dies, I'll replace it with the same thing without thinking twice. For someone who spends a lot of time at the computer, it's perfect.
  • Pros: Excellent mouse! Uses AA batteries, perfect shape, "hyper scroll wheel," original batteries lasted me almost a year, relatively small, but strong receiver.
  • Cons: If you're a lefty who uses their left hand to control the mouse (probably a small number there), forget about it...this will not work at all for you. It's designed exclusively with right-handed people in mind.
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Overall 10
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Great Mouse

William B., Newegg
15 June 2010
  • Summary: I'm not a gamer, so I have no idea if this mouse would be any good for that. I do some hobby CAD work with TurboCAD, and have no issues with this mouse for that style of work. Last thought: I'm ordering another MX1100; both paid for out of my own pocket.
  • Pros: This mouse has worked perfectly with home (Ubuntu/Linux desktop) and work (XP laptop) systems for me Extremely comfortable to use, even for long periods. Long battery life. Very capable - sufficient buttons to do whatever is needed. Basically, this mouse has spoiled me - no mouse I have ever used...
  • Cons: None, really. Yes, the batteries do need to be changed eventually. I've owned my 1100 for almost a year now, and just yesterday put in the second set of replacement batteries in it, even though it gets heavy use and I never turn it off...
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Overall 10
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Perfect Mouse

Cameron S., Newegg
19 January 2010
  • Summary: On/off switch should be on top so that you remember to use it more often.
  • Pros: This mouse is the most comfortable I've ever used. All the buttons are easily reached. I use it for intense first person gaming (Fallout 3, Modern Warfare, Crysis, etc.) and have had no issues with lag or accuracy. Great range, small USB transmitter, good battery life.
  • Cons: None, Highly recommended.
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Overall 10
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A good mouse.

ANDY P., Newegg
27 November 2009
  • Summary: -As mentioned before, the fact the mouse uses AAs could be a pro or con. I personally prefer the long periods between battery changes, and I use the rechargeable Eneloops anyway. The MX1000 and MX Rev would require charging about once every week, and it was a bit of a pain to charge and wait.
  • Pros: I went from an MX1000 to an MX Revolution and I got the MX1100 when it went on sale recently. -Shape-wise, it's pretty similar to the MX1000, which is a little more conventional and, in my opinion, a little more comfortable than the MX Revolution. -The scroll wheel mode-switcher feels more robust...
  • Cons: -The forward/back thumb buttons are a little smaller and you have to move your thumb from its natural position to hit them; not a big deal, but it's not the most natural. -As mentioned earlier, the scroll mode-switcher button is not configurable as it seems that all it does is mechanically switch...
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Overall 10
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Full-Sized Mouse with Lots of Rebindable Buttons

Andrew K., Newegg
8 November 2009
  • Summary: The receiver is a micro-receiver. Dieu below/above is mistaken that the receiver is not micro. I'm sure he assumed it would come with the new mini-receiver (the really small one).
  • Pros: 1. 8 rebindable buttons (LMB, RMB, tilt wheel left/right/down, side forward/backward, stealth key) 2. Good button placement, especially the dual-DPI rocker. 3. Nice "stealth" button on the side 4. Separate clicky/smooth wheel mode switch (unlike the MX Revolution) 5. Includes a micro-receiver (ye...
  • Cons: 1. Only two DPI settings (minor since I really only use 2 in most cases - gaming/high sense and desktop work/low sens) 2. The stealth button is now finicky. I have to roll my thumb while pressing it for it to work. Not a big con for me since after 11 months of use, I still have not found a actual...
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Overall 10
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Like it better than MX Rev

Jonathan P., Newegg
31 October 2009
  • Summary: I stopped by BB and Circuit City to feel mice before getting this one, and I prefer the feel to many other Logitech and Microsoft mice. I own an MX Revolution and the V550 (great for travel), and prefer this to either.
  • Pros: I have several Logitech mice; this is my favorite. Fills the hand (you can relax your wrist on it) Forward/backward switches for thumb and index finger Battery life several months on avg Works well with Linux and XP (hidpoint & setpoint)
  • Cons: The hidden button takes a firm press to activate, but I don't use it that often, so I don't care much.
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Change My previous review

Sara B., Newegg
21 October 2009
  • Summary: Sorry for misleading potential buyers.
  • Pros: In my last review I gave this mouse 2 eggs. Since then I have uninstalled a certain program, and it seems to have solved all my problems with lags and the Setpoint software. Both now working great. Very good mouse with great buttons and feel.
  • Cons: None
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