Reviews and Problems with Logitech MX400 Performance Laser Mouse
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Quick Left Click Wear
Ed H., Newegg
8 July 2014
Summary: I fully understand I shouldn't expect perfection from a refurbished product, but in a way I expect it anyway. Just because the left click on my mouse wore down within half a year doesn't mean every refurb of this mouse will have the same issue.
Pros: This mouse has a few handy features. In addition to the on/off switch underneath, it just goes into a sleep mode after a few seconds of being out of use, so it preserves its battery life very well. At any rate, the power switch is more for preventing a nudge accidentally springing a laptop or com...
Cons: Maybe I have a different view of refurbished items than most people, but the way I see it is that refurbished items have basically gone through quality control twice. There's no reason for a refurb to have a shorter shelf life than a brand new item. With light usage, the left click button on my m...
Pros: It has many functions and programmable buttons, as well as the mouse is large which is good for larger hands, like mine (I'm 6.1"). Also I like where you can switch between regular scroll and super fast scroll at the click of a button. The mouse itself also has an awesome design. I'm cool with th...
Cons: The one problem I have... it's not very comfortable for the thumb, I think it should have gotten a bit slimmer on the bottom back to better accommodate the resting thumb. At the moment I'm bending me thumb for comfort.
Pros: Larger size, thumb buttons, unifying wireless connection. I haven't tried the darkfield laser on glass yet, but that is one reason for the purchase.
Cons: The wear pads on the bottom are warped and not smooth. I'm assuming this is where the thing was opened up during refurbishment. The buggered pads should have been replaced with new, to be truly refurbished.
Excerpt: The mouse itself is quite big, its really made for desktops and although it'll work fine on laptops the mouse is quite large and the cord is lengthy so if you intend to use this mouse primarily on your laptop - it may fit the bill but the cord length may be a bit too big for some.
Pros: Side scrolling, some may appreciate the size of the mouse (especially for desktops)
Cons: Middle clicking the scroll wheel is difficult to do
Summary: I'm not very good with the technical side of things where computers and such are concerned. But I found the mouse so easy to install, it was really quick and easy and working within minutes. Very light and easy to move around. Love the forward and back buttons on the left hand side of the mouse.
Summary: I bought this to replace my old 'Microsoft Optical Wheel Mouse', which was having problems tracking on my worn desk. The MX400 tracks perfectly, is an awful lot faster, looks great, feels great and has useful extra buttons. What more could you want?
Summary: This is a very comfortable mouse to use. I bought it as my wheel mouse optical from Microsoft was starting to get a bit uncomfortable over prolonged periods. This certainly solves the problem My only gripe would be the scroller which a is'nt very audible so you can't tell if it has clicked.