Excerpt: I bought the Logitech MX510 when I still played Counter-Strike. Getting a good mouse that was accurate and precise was crucial. The MX510 fits the bill. For gaming, it is a stellar mouse to use. Because of its use of optical tracking, mouse movements are precise and do not skip. It's also a great mouse to use for browsing because of the extra buttons. The mouse has your standard left click, right click, and scroll wheel. You can also click down on the scroll wheel.
Excerpt: Moderate gamer here but this is an excellent mouse. The shape and fit of this is perfect in the palm of my hand. there is no fancy spancy extras that you don't need. two programmable buttons conviently located by your thumb. precesion/accuracy on this mouse is awesome. you can change the speed of the mouse with the quickness by using the buttons provided right on the mouse.
Excerpt: I got this quite a while back for my old desktop -- the mouse outlived the computer, and is still going strong. Bought it to replace a crappy Razer mouse that I couldn't hold properly, really disliked that one. I was more used to light agile mice, but decided to give the mx510 a go after playing around with my friend's mx500 for a while. It took a while to get used to the much increased weight of the mx510, but the overall feel is one of comfort and reliability.
Excerpt: Does it have laser tracking? No. Does it have wireless technology? No. Is it weight adjustable? No. But still, this is my favorite mouse! The mouse is extremely light for its size and form factor. This gives me a great advantage when I game for extended period. The mouse is highly responsive, but due to its age and considering the technology back then, it doesn't track as many surfaces as the recent mice.