Reviews and Problems with Logitech MX610 Left-Hand Laser Cordless Mouse
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A very handy, easy to use, cute little mouse.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I not very thrilled with the concept of a wireless mouse, I thought that there would not be such precise control with such a device. Was I ever impressed with my Logitech wireless mouse! It is very precise, with no float to it at all. It was easy to install on my computer, and I will never go wired again.
Excerpt: I have been using this mouse for several months now. it has been working great, and is comfortable and easy to use. It also fits well in the curve of my palm so i can use it for hours. it is also great that it is wireless, because it makes it easier to move around in all directions. however if you have children around who like to play with things and hide them you dont want to lose your mouse.
Excerpt: This is wonderful i think logitech has great products . i use this with my laptop and it makes it easy to schroll thru the pages point and click on pages i like it so much better than using the tab on the laptop after a while from using my one finger to search and schrool down the page really doesn't help much .
Excerpt: The logitech Laser mouse is one of the best things i have ever had. It is super sharp at pointing and very accurate. It is very speedy. I love the cordless and speed part of it the most. The battery life is great. Runs on AA batteries which is great.
Excerpt: The Logitech MX610 laser cordless mouse has been very useful for me at work. I have tried various cordless mouse items and this by far is the best I have tried. It comes with extra buttons for easier navigation. It is friendly for gamers and multimedia multitaskers and has an ergonomic design. It also the perfect size for my hand. I do not believe that there is a left handed version and people with big hands might wish the Logitech MX610 laser mouse were larger.
Excerpt: I have owned this mouse for several years. it is my favorite mouse i've ever owned by far. very responsive and always goes where i want it to go! the multitude of buttons is amazing especially once you program them for functions you use often. I've reprogrammed the back and forward keys to do copy and paste instead, for example. You can do anything you want really. The only complaint i have is that it doesnt have a built in rechargeable battery like the newer mice do.
Excerpt: Some things are just worth the investment. If you're a businessman and always at your desk, then the purchase of a good chair would be worth the investment. I for one spend a good chunk of my day in front of my computer and use my mouse at least 6 hours a day, so when my old Logitech finally caved in it was only natural for me to look for something worth while.
Excerpt: I purchased the Logitech MX 610 a few years ago because I got sick of having a cord always getting in the way when I was using it. While there were many wireless mice to choose from, I decided on the MX 610 because it had plenty of buttons that I could make use of. While the package said I would get quite a few months out of the 2 AA batteries that was far from the case. A set of batteries usually only lasted me about 1-2 months, which is quite bad.
Summary: Works well with SteerMouse software on my iMac. With 12 buttons, this mouse can be set to do just about anything. Tracks well. Battery life seems decent. I had a Razer Copperhead with a failing right-mouse button and needed a replacement. 12 buttons: left and right click, wheel button, thumb front and back, speaker buttons mute, up and down, email button and IM button, scroll left and right; and scroll wheel.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Glides Smoothly, Great Features