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I am most displeased with my Logitech performance MX mouse

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User Info: NeoSioType

NeoSioType
3 years ago#1
I had mine for about a year now.

It came with a premium price tag. I thought I was getting a premium product.

While it works on glass it doesn't actually work on all surfaces.

The mouse frequently suffers from problems with static buildup. Sometimes its almost impossible to highlight a few paragraphs of words without it breaking the highlight in the middle.

It has amazing range though. I got my mouse cursor to move with the mouse halfway down the street. Battery life is also nice.
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User Info: housefishisback

housefishisback
3 years ago#2
how useful is moving a cursor from halfway down the street?
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User Info: LordSeifer

LordSeifer
3 years ago#3
get a mousepad?
^ this

User Info: NeoSioType

NeoSioType
3 years ago#4
housefishisback posted...
how useful is moving a cursor from halfway down the street?


I'm preparing for global flooding. I need to calculate how well it will work underwater.

^not serious btw.
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User Info: xBrokenxHalox

xBrokenxHalox
3 years ago#5
NeoSioType posted...
housefishisback posted...
how useful is moving a cursor from halfway down the street?


I'm preparing for global flooding. I need to calculate how well it will work underwater.

^not serious btw.


Oh thank god you weren't serious. I was getting really worried when I was reading this.
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User Info: BIGGESTPS3FAN

BIGGESTPS3FAN
3 years ago#6
I really like mine. I've had it for about 7-8 months and it works like a charm. Feels so nice in my hands, too.
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User Info: _GRIM_FANDANGO_

_GRIM_FANDANGO_
3 years ago#7
Sounds like you might actually need to use it on a different surface. Never used their consumer-line of mice really. My brother has them on his PC in the living room, and they are nice. But I think they are the kind of mouse that is just loaded with features, yet does not offer anything great in terms of reliability and sensor quality.
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User Info: thatfool12Gs

thatfool12Gs
3 years ago#8
I went with the G700 wireless mouse. No complaints thus far.
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User Info: Xjph

Xjph
3 years ago#9
I love mine. Also... static buildup? What? What kind of surface are you trying to use it on, a balloon?
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User Info: NeoSioType

NeoSioType
3 years ago#10
Xjph posted...
I love mine. Also... static buildup? What? What kind of surface are you trying to use it on, a balloon?


Wood. >.>

Static buildup was logitech's explanation on their forums.

The mouse is fine when I take out the battery, turn it off and click it for a while.
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