Summary: As always Logitech make great mice, responce is great and it only has a tiny bit of lag if left still for a while and then used, this is hardly noticible, I use it for everything even gaming, battery life is amazing as i use it for hours each day and get 2 months out of a set of duracells, top stuff.
Summary: I previously had the MX1000 for about 5 years. It was pretty worn out and the battery would only last 3 days so I decided to replace it. I had the MX Nano for my laptop (which unlike the MX1000 allowed you to replace the batteries) and was quite impressed with battery life. So I decided to buy the MX1100, because I was looking for something similar to the MX1000 but without an integrated battery. The mouse is big, it fits nicely into your hand.
Summary: I previously had an MX 1000 which I loved, but one day the charging cradle stopped working so Logitech replaced it for free with an MX 1100. For me having a rechargable mouse was important as I had bad experiences with older Microsoft wireless mice where it seemed I had to replace the batteries every couple of weeks. I was worried that once again I would have the same problem of having to constantly change batteries.
Summary: Had the mx1000 before this one. Has the features of the revolution with the excellent scroll wheel and buttons, but the sculpting and shape of the mx1000. Rubberised grip wont wear out unlike the pseudo rubber on the mx1000. Pros: Best scroll wheel ever Long battery life Good build quality and rubberised grip. Cons: Heavy weight makes it a drag to move around. I also have the newer Logitech performance mouse which blows this one away.
Summary: Works great on my macbook pro. Kicks the flakey mighty mouse (apple) into touch. Battery life excellent no bulky charger cluttering up your desk. Free wheeling roller ball brilliant also it has a button to turn it off if it is inappropriate (I turn it of for cad Apps ). The best mouse on the market IMHO.
Summary: The best mouse I have ever used. All buttons are fully customizable and will do different things depending on the program you are using. It is quite expensive for a mouse but is worth it if you spend hours a day with it as it is so much more comfortable to hold than any other mouse I have used.
Summary: Having tried a plethora of Microsoft, Logitech, Wired and Wirelss mice this was the winner! I actually prefer which to the MX revolution as it uses batteries which last months and does not need to be recharged (a desk charger is clutter I would rather avoid). The mouse feels lovely in the hand, the weight and way it moulds to the hand is perfect - almost like it is floating. Wireless works great even in heavily polluted 2.4GHz enviroments.
Summary: I've purchased this mouse because my MX Revolution was out of the warranty period and stopped working due to the (still unresolved) jumpy behavior problem. I like the ergonomic design a little better but the keys are a bit too loud to my taste compared to the Revolution. I don't think the thumb buttons are too far away as some other reviewers remarked.
Summary: I owned many Logitech mouses before and my previous mouse was an MX518 which was also very good however I needed a cordless mouse. After reading many reviews I decided to order the MX1100. It did not function after installing the Setpoint program on a Windows 7 OS but after the second attempt and since then it works perfectly. It is compliant with photo editing programs as well as with games. Probably the best cordless mouse so far.
Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 7000 vs Logitech MX 1100 Cordless Laser Mouse
10 May 2009
Summary: I have both these mice and am in a position to compare them. The Logitech one is superior. They are a similar price, shape, size and weight - ideal for most hands, a bit too big for tiny hands. The Logitech has extra buttons to adjust the scroll wheel, adjust the cursor speed and an extra thumb button which can be used to change between running applications. They all work well. The Microsoft is rechargeable but it doesn't work very well.