Reviews and Problems with Logitech MX518 Gaming-Grade Optical Mouse
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Fantastic mouse, super durable
26 October 2014
Summary: This mouse has served as my primary mouse since probably around 2008, withstanding over half a decade of the strains of gaming. I recommended it to a few friends shortly before it started going out of stock, all of which are still in service.
Pros: Refuses to quit, relatively inexpensive, high performance, wired
Summary: I've owned my MX518 for 8 years. It is, hands down, the single greatest mouse ever made. Considering that the mouse sold for 40 dollars when it was still being manufactured, the value of that investment is staggering. Without a doubt the MX518 is the best investment I've ever made. The cost/value ratio is unparalleled. I have never been more satisfied with a purchase in my life, and that is not an exaggeration.
Summary: It has been my cricket bat, my M1911, and my semiauto shotty in the middle of a zombie apocalypse. With this MX, I have commanded the elements, torn my foes to pieces, and brought Dragons down from they sky. It has been my dagger in the night, my hidden blade, and with it I have brought countless evil men to their knees. "Requiescat en pace..." Imagine every AAA and kickass Indie game of the last few years; this MX 518 has been at my side through them all.
Summary: I've had this mouse for about a year now. It's great for gaming, no complaints at all. But I just noticed it emits a high pitched noise. I thought I was developing tinnitus in my right ear before I realized this! It's pretty faint mind you. I didn't notice for almost a full year. And by the reviews in here, it's likely you won't notice either. But it's frustrating to spend that much money on a mouse only to realize you can't use it a year later.
Summary: I've owned a lot of Logitech mice over the years, however, every new one I buy ends up breaking and I go back to my trusty old mx300. I've had the 310, some wireless logi set, wireless elite set, and 2 mx518s all break - either button failure or the cord shorts out. I just wish they would make an upgraded version of the mx300, which I've found to be the ultimate mouse in terms of durability.
Pros: Button assigned to go back a page and 2 buttons on side, not to cluttered, not to skimpy on buttons either.
High quality, rugged mouse that can survive teenaged boys
Carl E. Parry, Amazon
27 July 2011
Summary: I'm not a gamer but rather a gamer's grandpa. My 15 yr old grandson told me his gaming mouse had died and asked if I could get him a new one. He then e-mail me some links to various gaming mice with prices running from $75-$179. That seemed high to me for a mouse so I started doing my research on the internet and found that most reviews listed this mouse as one of the top 2 or 3 on the market, including the high-priced, sexy ones!