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. This mouse uses laser tracking technology and I can see the big benefits of this over optical tracking. I can even use this mouse on my hand as precisely as I can on my desktop..
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. Not sure about the horizontal scrolling, its a bit slow. But also loved the vertical scrolling on the top. It saves you moving the mouse around too much.
Great Mouse: Nice feel & Good Price, Wheel hard to Click
C. Charlwood, Amazon
1 June 2009
Summary: Bought this mouse as my old Logitech MX500 was playing up and this is a great replacement. The mouse has 5 buttons, left and right click, forward and backward and middle click on the wheel. The mouse fits nicely in my hand and has a quality feel to it, but obviously its designed to be used in the right hand only. I have used the mouse in Vista and Windows 7 without the Logitech drivers and it works just fine.
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? I would have given it 5 stars, if only it lit up as well.
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. Tends to require a second attempt to get it to do the function allocated.
Summary: Everthing with this mouse is perfect except that it is sometimes annoying when you try clicking on the scroll wheel because it is built with the ability to move right and left to allow users scroll horizontally.
Summary: This is probably the best mouse I've ever used but I now have to replace it because left click has died. It wasn't a fast death, things like double clicking on it's own for several weeks but it finally gave up the ghost. If I had had it for over a year I would have said fair enough but it's only eight months old. Saying that I am going to buy another one to replace the broken one on the off chance that mine was a Monday/Friday one.
Excerpt: while looking for a computer mouse on ebay, I came across the Logitech MX400. Having already owned the "driving force pro" steering wheel for the PS2 from them, I knew that I would end-up with a high quality item. When I recieved the MX400 mouse after I bought it (around £17 inc. P&P). The first thing I noticed was the unique styling which has a premium yet ergonomic feel to it. When moving the mouse, the pointer seems a little fast compared to other mice.
Pros: nice feel and look
Cons: noisy clicks(night surfing ! ), scroll wheel is hard to press
Excerpt: I've been using this mouse for the past year, before starting to use a cordless one. It offers an amazing value for the price - I really wasn't expecting such performance from a mouse I paid 25€ for. It's never skipped a pixel, and I had good times playing Soldat with it. Maybe it's too light for a corded mouse - the cord makes movement a bit awkward at first, but you get used to it in no time. The ergonomics are very good.