4.0 out of 5 stars
Good replacement for Logitech mx510/518 Lovers, June 24 2010
I had bought a red Logitech mx510 since launch and used it for years through my gaming history. Recently it broke after faithful use (sometimes abuse) for many years, and I was saddened that all the new Logitech mice either 1)were wireless 2)had the new infinite scroll wheel which sucks for gaming 3) were too expensive, or otherwise didnt the feeling of using an mx510/518. The shape/weight of this mouse comes close, as well as the scroll wheel and position of the back/forward buttons. Overall, since Logitech has all but stopped selling mx518's, this is a legitimate alternative to consider. It does feel a little different on the right side as this has a groove where your ring finger can rest, which makes it a little awkward at first.
The option to change DPI on the fly is useful, although I don't make too much use of it. Overall a solid mouse and is a good deal for around 50 bucks.