Summary: I have not had a lot of different mice. Maybe 5 in all. I originally bought this mouse about 5 years ago or so maybe longer. I found that this mouse fit my hand perfectly (I do not have large hands probably medium size) all buttons were easy for me to use. It worked perfectly for me. I down loaded latest set point software from Logitech web site. Did I say I LOVE THIS MOUSE. When buttons started to go bad after 3 years or so I started looking for a replacement.
A brilliant optical mouse, fit for travel or for your desk
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This mouse is one of the best portable mice I have seen. It is also one of the largest "portable" mice available. This is nice because if you have larger hands, it feels like a normal mouse instead of something that if you blow on it might fly away. The USB key is carried inside the mouse itself and this also turns the mouse off. Ejecting the key will turn the mouse on. This helps preserve the battery life on this mouse.
Excerpt: Like all logitech mice, it is limited by the buggy software. That said, Logitech still make high end mice, that are durable and reasonably priced. I would recommend this mouse to anyone. Besides the software,everything about it is perfect. This is for high end anything, but priced at a low end cost. I have used a lot of mice over the years and I can tell you that this is a good one.
Excerpt: I got this for only $5 AR at Amazon.com and loved it.It is light and small but durable.The zoom slide can be customized to other functions if the enclosed software is installed.I used it with my laptop but the size is big enough for PC user too.I would definetely recommend this mouse to my friends.
Excerpt: This is one of the best laptop mice I have ever used, this mouse is great for people with bigger hands (or the ones that prefer the "palm grip" to the "claw grip"). The mouse is very accurate and the free scroll wheel that it comes with makes it easy to scroll through long documents. There is also a toggle on the bottom of the mouse letting you turn this feature on or off.
Excerpt: This is my FAVORITE mouse ever. It is small, compact, and fits in your hand well (even if you have big hands like me). The no-resistance scroll wheel is awesome, One flick and the page scrolls super fast. The buttons are also great because they are programmable. I program the buttons for different uses in each of my different programs. For example, in my internet browser, the forward and back buttons are used to go forward and back to the websites I visit.
Excerpt: The Logitech VX Revolution is an excellent mouse with a lot of nice functions. Installation is fairly easy. There is a software called SetPoint which enables you to customize the buttons and the functionality of the mouse. The mouse itself is very precise. It has the performance laser technology. One of the most useful things about this mouse is the hyperscrolling technology. You can adjust the microgear for the amount of freedom in scrolling that you want.
An okay mosue, not as good as logitechs best though.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This would have been yet another logitech sucsess... if the engineering job had been well tested. It IS sensative, accurate, and has low latancy. Which is good. Good for gaming too. And has reasonably long battery life on a SINLGE AA. Nifty that. The egronomics are really nice too, tho not perfect... Except the slidy button-thing. The slidy-button thing at the top left is the first failing point. It feels flimsy, works poorly... Oh yeah.
Excerpt: If this mouse would work forever like it does when it's new it would be great. The problem is that I've owned 3 of them and every single one eventually broke down and didn't work correctly after some time of usage. The scroll wheel is def an issue on these mice. It will kind of have a mind of it's own sometimes and not scroll correctly. Another problem was the pointer moving around when I wasn't moving the mouse at all.
Excerpt: The mouse fits perfectly in my hand and is a great size for a laptop mouse. Most are too small where it hurts to have to contort your hand into a weird shape where you feel like you're trying to hold onto an oddly shaped ball with just your fingertips. This mouse follows the natural curve of your hand in the right size and is small enough to carry around without losing it's usb dongle.