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.
Lebron may be a king but he aint got a ring, Mwave.com
26 September 2010
Summary: Best mouse i have ever owned. I use it everyday for my desktop pc. I would recommend this mouse to anyone in the market for one, be it for desktop or laptop. It is sure to please you, no matter how high your standards.
Pros: -Super Comfortable. Its ergonomic design makes it fit right in your hand. -Lots of useful buttons. The back and forward buttons are extremely convenient, and so are the zoom toggle and search button. -Scroll wheel. It is great because you can change it between a standard scroll wheel and the really cool frictionless scroll wheel for scrolling through long documents. It also has the ever-convenient left and right scrolling, which work like a charm once the included Log...
Cons: -If you are a lefty, then this mouse may not be for you. Due to its ergonomic design, it only fits in your right hand. Just something to keep in mind for potential buyers. Other than that, this is a great buy.
Summary: My first cordless mouse was a Logitech, then switched to the various wireless MS meeses, and then settled in on the latest greatest. The VX Revo' from Logitech is awe-some-ful. All the other people having any a problem with it could have solved 99 percent of them by using a different USB port. It runs great on Vista and XP. Had issues with IE7 and scrolling slowly, that's it. Runs from anywhere in a room, even on a couch.
Summary: I've owned one of these for well over 2 years and bought this 2nd one at my son's request to go with a new laptop computer he got for school. Small enough to fit in a laptop messenger bag, but sized more like a desktop mouse to fit your hand comfortably. I also own the larger MX revolution for a desktop machine and prefer the VX over it.
Summary: Summary: Nimble, accurate mouse that works on most surfaces. For a portable notebook mouse, this is the best available right now. Cons: The ergonomics don't quite do if for me as it doesn't have enough height for my hands. I am not a particularly large guys, so this surprised me. On the other hand, this size is a decent trade off between height and stow-ability. I would love to see a bluetooth version of this mouse because the dongle, while small, keeps getting whacked.
Bought 2, both unreliable after a short period of time
Daniel Chisarick, Amazon
13 February 2009
Summary: This is unbelievable. As much as I like almost every aspect of the mouse, the build quality is pitiful. The first mouse just decided to stop recognizing button clicks. 2 months later the second mouse sporadically double-click. If I could somehow combine the two I'm sure it'd all work out but as it stands I don't think I can buy or recommend anything made by Logitech anymore.
Summary: Overall, I like the mouse...Enough to get three of them to use with my own laptop, my company-issued laptop, and my desktop. I wish the wheel was a little better. It seems kinda course and clunky, and you have to turn it on its belly to switch from "geared" to smooth operation. The wheel in the VX Nano is better in this respect, since you can simply press on the wheel to switch modes.
Summary: I've owned this model for one year and have had problems several times. Finally, a few days ago, it just stopped all together. For a piece of hardware that cost me over $50, I expected a longer life! And, of course, the warranty has expired. Very poor quality control at Logitech, that is for sure.