Summary: Worked for about 6 months and then just started spontaneously double clicking. I've used it on multiple computers and still the same issue so I know it's not a bad driver or shoddy USB port that's been causing it. I know there's the tenet 'you get what you pay for' but for a mouse from Logitech?
Excerpt: I owned this mouse for a month or two before the cord shorted out. I did some research and found that this is a common problem for this mouse due to the inner design of the hardware housing. Don't buy this mouse.
Summary: I plugged this mouse in and within a minute, my entire computer was fried. After I consulted a computer expert, I was told that it was the result of a bad mouse which can result in an overload and fried my mother board. Nothing was recoverable and I had to purchase a new computer.
Summary: if i want to scroll that bad i suppose i cut, and re-soldier the usb wire, but just because I can doesn't mean I should have to. Nor is it worth returning or doing an RMA on. Chucking it in the round-file.
Cons: CHEAP cord was so cheaply made that it shorted within the first two weeks of ownership. This mouse only had to last me a couple weeks until i could get a decent gaming mouse again(as my old one's scroll wheel died after some years of service) and it couldn't even do that. So i'm back to using my ...
Summary: I have been hearing such good things about NewEgg, but this was less than great, and one thing I don't need to do is screw around with a cheap mouse. My last purchase at NewEgg.
Pros: Rating is not for Mouse, but for packaging and my impression of NewEgg. Mouse works as I hoped, thank goodness, and through no help from Newegg and kudos to Logitech for making such a durable mouse that had virtually no protection when shipped and showed it.
Cons: Rating is for receiving a very unpadded, crushed mouse box barely containing a working mouse that I am lucky even works. I received this mouse in a tiny box, without the CD, but you don't really need that and if you do, the driver can be found on the 'net. I suppose a thin, cardboard box is bette...
Summary: Purchased this for my wife to replace her old, randomly clicking one. It was seen on her laptop for only 24 hours. I was out of town so of course I assumed my wife was doing something wrong and I would fix it when I got back in town. Nope. Won't be seen on any computer properly. I like Logitech.
Summary: It jumps and skips, you can be moving the mouse along the pad and the pointer will stop and start all the way. Return shipping costs more than the mouse, and they know that. Thats how they make their money. 2nd logitech mouse I have purchased that does this.