Summary: Logitech says that the PID on my mouse is not recognized in their system. If this is not a true Logitech device, perhaps someone should be tracking down where these really came from??
Pros: For the first 11 months it worked great even though the tilt wheel was not supported by my KVM.. all other functions worked as expected.
Cons: Left mouse button started double/multi clicking after 11 months of use. Logitech will not support replacement or repair of the mouse saying that they don't recognize the part (PID) number.. I see that several people have had this issue with other Logitech and MS mice to the extent that there are ...
but I can't go back now that I know how fast and comfortable a trackball can be
Kenneth R. Tanis, Amazon
21 September 2015
Summary: The only trackball available for a reasonable price. Doesn't last well - this is my second... but I can't go back now that I know how fast and comfortable a trackball can be! Really tricky not having a scroll wheel. You'd be surprised - you use it more than you'd think.
Logitech had a great model years ago with a larger ball which made ...
Kristi Y., Amazon
30 April 2015
Summary: Works as advertised, but the marble is smaller than I had hoped. Logitech had a great model years ago with a larger ball which made control easier and more comfortable...wish I could find it online today!
the slender cable is best treated with care and the foot pads on the ...
19 March 2015
Summary: The Logitech B100 defines a new level of "cheap" but in defiance of that, works rather well. Save for the gravitatonal waves generated by the loud clicking of the scroll wheel (not to mention the funky tactile aggravation).
Summary: This mouse is a mixture of good and bad, but for someone who is not looking for much in a mouse, it's epic. I bought this mouse to replace a previous Logitech mouse that had been with my family for close to a decade.
Summary: Maybe buy a different mouse if you're in the above situation.
Pros: Works in regular USB port
Cons: Mystifyingly does not work when plugged in to a USB port that is converted to PS/2 and then back to USB via a PS/2 keyboard and mouse splittler, although other mice do work at this connection. The laser comes on, but it detects no movement.
Summary: Most of my mice in my house last many years. This mouse worked fine when it was new but after just 1 year the left mouse button has started to fail; clicks don't always register when the button is depressed. It's not even my primary mouse, so usage has been relatively light.
Cons: Left mouse button beginning to fail after just 1 year
This mouse clicks and scrolls fine so far (I just plugged it in 5 minutes ...
Zoe C. Woodworth, Amazon
2 August 2014
Summary: This mouse clicks and scrolls fine so far (I just plugged it in 5 minutes ago), but the size and weight are not to my liking. It feels... cheap. I paid less than $9 for it, so I guess I shouldn't be shocked.