Reviews and Problems with Logitech Performance Mouse MX
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I Had Such Hopes
Nancy J., Newegg
18 May 2015
Summary: Okay, now this is a Logitech Mouse. I never hesitate when it says Logitech. But serious the battery last about 36 hours, that's like a day and a half. I do use mice all day, but still I have never had one that lasted only 36 hours.
Pros: I was in Staples and picked it up and fell in love. So I came home and did some price checking and bought it. The mouse itself works just great.
BEWARE: Logitech Options Software DOES NOT work with Windows 7 systems!
15 May 2015
Summary: If you're running a Windows 7 system steer clear of everything Logitech or suffer the consequences!!!
Pros: Mouse seems reasonably well constructed.
Cons: Logitech's new "Options" software does not work properly with Windows 7 systems. Currently when Logitech's "Options" software is running on a Windows 7 machine you can NOT shutdown your machine in the normal fashion. Why? Because for whatever reason, Logitech is UNABLE to write software that shut...
Summary: Customer service was terrible. Logitech was once exceptional but they've apparently gone down hill. I could hardly understand the person (non English native language). She was not a good listener.
Pros: Feel and function of this mouse is awesome for a desktop. The right number of extra function buttons without going overboard. Charge lasts me a couple weeks to a month, depending on usage. Easy to use plugged in if you run out of charge. It just becomes a corded mouse temporarily. It has a very s...
Cons: I purchased a new one to replace my worn out mouse. The battery was defective. The charge would last a week at most, less than my 5 year old mouse of the same model. (new battery did correct this) Logitech was happy to send me a new replacement mouse but would not send me just a battery. So I acc...
Summary: Contrary some of logitech's cheaper models this does NOT allow the receiver to be transported in the battery compartment. So if I either have to leave it in the USB slot or worry about losing it.
Summary: I have owned the Anywhere MX Darkfield mouse for my laptop for years and it performs flawlessly on any surface. I assumed that this one would too. WRONG This thing Stops, starts, and hesitates for no apparent reason on any surface I have tried - even a mousepad!.
Summary: I wanted to like this mouse. I got a great deal on it new at B&H, and really enjoyed the previous generation. This one is going in the guest room.
Pros: Nice ergonomics. Metal scroll wheel is nice, but not as nice as previous generation of this mouse, and it feels a bit too narrow.
Cons: Where to begin. First, on OSX, the software is just bad. The universal software won't recognize or pair with the device, though the mouse works just fine. YOU MUST HAVE THE WIRELESS RECEIVER PLUGGED IN FOR THIS MOUSE TO FUNCTION WHEN USING USB. That is just amateur hour. I cannot believe they mad...
Excerpt: The ergo on this mouse is nice. It's not great, and it's certainly not a Performance Revolution MX (discontinued). Where to start on the downsides: - It REQUIRES the wireless receiver, even when plugged in via USB. - It operates at 2.4Ghz.
Summary: Flawed design, extremely overpriced for the quality.
Pros: It functioned well for 2 months, good accuracy, precise. I bought this model hoping for a suitable replacement for the discontinued MX Revolution but it is not.
Cons: Bought three months ago and it no longer charges. The battery is fine but the charging cable is very poorly designed and contacts already fail even after cleaning. My other major complaint about it's function is the scroll wheel. MX Revolution gave the option of metered or free spinning scroll wh...