Reviews and Problems with Logitech MX518 Gaming-Grade Optical Mouse
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19 June 2007
Conclusion: Overall, I will stand atop a mountain and sing praises for the MX518. It has been vastly superior to other mice I've used in tracking, consistency and ergonomics. The drawbacks that I listed are really inconsequential. I highly recommend it, as long as its continues to be reliable.
Summary: If you're looking for a high quality gaming mouse, and are not willing to spend 80+ bucks on a Razor, you should definitely give the Logitech MX518 mouse a look. 1600 DPI is plenty for most people, including most high sensitivity gamers in my opinion, and with two side buttons it is hard to complain...
Pros: Amazing performance, Lots of buttons, Good weight and feel, Nice look
Cons: Look might not appeal to some, Application switch button hard to use
Conclusion: I really like the mouse. In fact, I do think I like it better than Razer Diamondback. Even though it doesn't feel as accurate, it's more than adequate for gaming. The comfort level for me personally is much improved for the Diamondback, but this is a righty only mouse.
Conclusion: The MX 518 Gaming Mouse is an exceptional mouse. For $49.99 this mouse easily fits into any gamers budget. Because of the button layout and the amount of features that it comes with I would easily declare this as the best mouse I have ever used.
Conclusion: The Logitech MX518 is one of the best mice I have ever used. The high resolution and fast response time makes it ideal for almost any gamer. The software is useless for the most part but at least installing the software is optional and won’t affect the performance of the mouse if it is not...
Pros: 1600dpi resolution, Sensitivity controls on mouse, No delay when clicking