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Logitech-Mouse Performance Mx

4.3 out of 5 stars 212 customer reviews
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  • New Logitech Darkfield Laser Tracking works on more surfaces than other mice--even on glass
  • Tiny Logitech Unifying receiver stays in your computer--plug it in, forget it, even add compatible wireless devices without multiple USB receivers
  • Flexible recharging system for easy charging through your computer or a power outlet, even when you're using your mouse
  • Hyper-fast scrolling lets you fly through long documents and web pages
  • Sculpted right-handed shape with stealth thumb controls for rapid-fire web browsing, application switching, zooming and more

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 21.6 x 7.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 658 g
  • Item model number: 910-001122
  • ASIN: B002I3OZA8
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: July 18 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 212 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #13,687 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Logitech Performance Mouse MX



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I tried using this mouse SEVERAL TIMES (for periods of 2-3 weeks each time) since buying it last year. Each time, I found its design produced extreme distortion/twisting of my right "pinky" finger, due to the way the mouse must be held. Also, great overall wrist tension. EACH TIME, I put it aside to use any other mouse I had laying around. I ultimately threw this mouse out, and gave up after 6 months of total testing. I don't know about anybody else, but this was one of the "least comfortable" mouses I ever used. Secondly, the white "recharge" lights kept coming on after 4 or 5 days use. In other words, the battery charge only lasted 4 or 5 days each time. Big hassle to keep plugging it in each time.
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Incredible! This mouse is a must have for anybody that either is a multi-tasker, a photographer, a gamer or simply somebody who wants a very durable and high quality mouse. My brothers still own its predecessor, the MX Revolution, and it has now been 3 years.

Unifying technology is great if you have many Logitech wireless devices, such as keyboard, mouse, headset, etc. Lets you use many devices on 1 USB port and there is no interference.

Customizable buttons are ingenious (can be set to copy/paste-which is very useful for multi-tasking) and well placed. The hidden thumb button is great for changing the DPI settings (my own settings that is) when either gaming or using Photoshop, or any task that requires fine tuning.

The wire can be plugged right into the PC to recharge the battery (lasts about a week I think), or you can use the extender and plug is into the wall.

Superfast scrolling on/off is very useful, no, extremely useful for internet browsing, music database searching, etc.

The ergonomic thumb area is not as good as the Revolution MX, for your thumb is not completely against the mouse. Furthermore, some people might say it squeezes the thumb because of the zoom button's edge, but really, it is FAR from being uncomfortable.

Of course, Darkfield... Works on transparent glass and often better on any surfaces other than mousepads.

Yep, might be expansive for a piece of electronic but you won't find anything better for a PC, and since it's not a ''gaming mouse'', you won't pay for the cheap materials normally used on ''gaming'' devices (so cheap, really!).

**EDIT**: 2 years later, still works, except that the left click button is broken (sometimes rapid-fires. Apparently, this is a common problem with those cheap click buttons...
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I really love this mouse. It helped me a lot in my practical programming exams where I had to switch between various applications. The charge last even longer than expected. It is the best mouse I have ever owned in my life. By the way, I have been using this mouse for about 4 months now.
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This mouse is clearly a veteran. It displays an ergonomic design that appears to have had years of refinement and tweaking to perfection. In this case, you get what you pay for.

Pros:
- button placement is surprisingly intuitive,
- the weight of the mouse is heavy enough to move the pointer with extreme accuracy, yet light enough to be easily moved by anyone without causing any hand fatigue from prolonged use,
- it's sized very well for a full sized adult hand,
- the grip material is well placed and feels good, especially with the slight curve around where the user's thumb is placed,
- the laser is invisible to the naked eye and is very accurate for drafting (CAD), detailed artwork/editing (Photoshop), and gaming,
- the overall design shows that proper thought went into both the design and construction,
- wireless range is very good and the signal is strong,
- rechargeable battery (charges within the mouse using the included USB cord),
- unified USB receiver is tiny and doesn't get in the way of any other usb plugin.

Cons:
- uses a single rechargeable NiMH battery (as opposed to a Li-ion battery or two NiMH batteries). This results in a short battery life in comparison to other mice that use two batteries in parallel.

Overall, there are so many good things about this mouse that the battery issue is something I can deal with, especially since they provide a convenient usb charging cord; I can preemptively slap the charging cord onto the mouse once every couple of weeks (overnight) and unplug it in the morning without ever seeing that low battery notification again. I would solidly recommend this mouse.
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The mouse that was sent to me had scratches on the pads prior to use. I probably received a 'resent' with good reason: the mouse is not working properly due to design flaws in the electrical circuit. Static builds up after which basic mouse behaviour becomes erratic: ghostclicking and not responding. Seems a lot of people have had the issue, after searching on the internet. Don't buy this mouse.
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This mouse is a worthy successor to the MX1000 and MX1100 models.

It is rechargeable like the MX1000 without the hassle of the gigantic and awkward charging station/receiver. It can be charged via USB while using it.

If you're an MX1100 fan or if you need extra assurance or are stuck without a charging source, the battery is a AA Ni-MH rechargeable. Pop the flat one out and pop the charged one in.

It does not have the extra scroll wheel buttons and the extra side button of the MX1000. For me these buttons were a little awkward to reach so I don't miss them.

It does not have the DPI adjustment buttons of the MX1100. As a normal user, I rarely used them so I don't miss them. If you're a gamer you may miss them. If you edit graphics or photos you may miss them.

The MX Performance has the right number of buttons for me. The nice bottom and top thumb buttons, the easily reachable side forward/back buttons.

The click-to-click wheel for precise scrolling is still there as is the free-wheeling scroll wheel those with large documents.

The unifying receiver is small so it doesn't get in your way. On the other hand, keep track of it because it's easy to lose.

Yes, this thing tracks on a glass surface if you happen to have a glass desk.

I am pleased with this mouse. If your older MX mouse is worn out, don't pay the $250+ some sites want for an MX1100.
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