Summary: Like some other people I'm only getting around to a review after about 7 years of steady use. This has been my work mouse and it has seen a very steady stream of use over the last several years. I used it so much I've worn the feet off it and the contacts have been scraped down to the point it won't charge anymore. Actually I've had charging problems with the mouse for the last few years.
Summary: I've had this combo for a couple years now, and they are great except for three flaws. First and most annoyingly, the recharge station was very poorly designed. The contacts for recharging are complete [..]. Sometimes it takes a good 2-3 minutes before you can get the precise angle to get them to work. I think it's because of a combination of the contacts corroding easily, and the actual station not having a good guiding line.
Summary: This mouse is really great to use - no complaints for its mouse functionality, features or looks. However, after four years' usage, the charging ability of the base has disappeared. (Could even be a failure of the adapter.) It's supposed to have a 5-year warranty, so it would be nice if Logitech provided a way to take care of the problem.
Summary: I had mine about 16 - 18 months. Worked fine. After extensive checking and playing with it, all I can say is that it up and died. I wish they'd at least give you an idea of how to know that it's dead so that you don't have to waste an afternoon and evening downloading and recharging and playing with wires to see if you can get it to go again.
Pros: Rechargeable Battery, Cordless, Plenty of Buttons, A lot of fnctions.
Cons: By the second week the mouse started going places on its own, it was no biggy 'till I wanted to Maximize a Window and it closed it; or in a Data save window, I'd click save but it would cancel...ggggg PD: Still worth it
Pros: Good battery life, Good ergonomic feel and good button features.
Cons: Very poor support - no fax line, no tool free number and no e-mail. Expect a 1 month replacement time for unit despite being on warranty,Premature wear on upper surface due to poor docking station design. OS X software would require major improvements to
Summary: First of all, I totally misunderstood the word "cordless" because I stupidly thought it would mean what it says--no cord, no wire, no nothing attached. Actually, I turned out to be very wrong...it has this bulky cradle(yeah, the one similar to your palm pilot) with bulky cord that you have to connect to your desktop/laptop, as a "receptor"; which turn out totally ugly and messy (well, as least the overall over matches my laptop, whihc is also silver and black) I would...
Summary: Really, the only major problems with this mouse are the handedness - lefties need not apply, which is bad) and the fact that the size is really too big for taking on the road. The latter, of course, is easily cured - get a Logitech BJ79 corded mouse ! I currently have a Sony VAIO for everything (it's gradually taken over from desktops); its connected to a printer, speakers, DVD burner, external hard drive, and video input, all on my desk, as well as a Wacom Graphire...