Reviews and Problems with Logitech MX400 Performance Laser Mouse
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Perfect mouse except reliability
9 September 2010
Summary: I've been using Logitech mice for years because I have large hands and LOVE the ergonomics of it. Also, I use only corded mice because I'm on my laptop almost all the time and lose the mouse if it's not attached ... (I know, I know...) The reliability is so bad that I have taken to buying 4 at a time and just tossing when one goes bad, it happens that often. Am on my computer all day so it does get a workout, but it's not unusual to have to replace in 6 months.
Summary: I love this mouse. I have wanted a 5 button mouse again for a while (my last one wasn't USB and my computer didn't have the connection anymore). I got it in March and it's been good for me, for the most part. I only have one major issue with it: the side to side scrolling. I thought it would be a really good and useful feature. It does work well for PDFs and other things if you set it on the highest speed setting (it's DEATHLY slow otherwise).
Summary: It was hard to find a quality laser Mouse that would work in both a PS/2 port and an USB port. This fine mouse works in both ports, is of laser design and at a price that is not out of line for a Logitech product. Manual could have had a little more info. Go Hastings delivered in a timely manner and as advertised.
Excellent Wired Mouse - But It Doesn't Work On My Glasstop Desk
Paige Turner "Paige", Amazon
13 September 2009
Summary: This is an outstanding mouse. I use two different mouse at work and two at home - this is the best of the bunch. I bought it because the laser mouse is supposed to work on a larger variety of surfaces. I always have to use a mouse pad (which I dislike) because I have a vintage chinese rosewood desk with a glass-top surface and mouse won't work on it. This mouse does not work on this surface either, so I still have to use a mouse pad.
Summary: I got this mouse to replace my Apple Mighty Mouse that came with my iMac, mainly because the scroll ball in that one is horrible once it gets dirtied up with no way of cleaning. Plus I wanted one with a better shape for my hand, and the Logitech MX400 fit the bill. PROS: Good design that's comfortable in my hand. Extremely precise laser tracking. 5 programmable buttons.
Summary: I am very happy with my wired MX 400. I had a wireless Logitech mouse and I got very tired of putting batteries in it. Wow what a relief! The MX 400 is very precise and easy to use and feels great in the hand. It would be nice if it were a little heavier. The Setpoint software shipped with it has some issues with stopping screen saver from working.
Summary: After 3 wireless mouses I have concluded wired is the only way to go. Unfortunately the wired ones are far and few between. I came across this mouse only after being dissatisfied trying to find a Microsoft one. Am pleased, so far so good. For peripherals I do think Logitech is the way to go.