Replaced my old Logitech mouse that started to loose heavily in buttons. Fine works flawlessly on my lenovo laptop.
The worst mouse I have used / owned ever. Unfortunately, it is not so spoiled with bluetooth mice.
I have used both Microsoft and Logitech both wired and wireless before.
Tested for 3 months along with the Asus Zenbook U500 with Windows 8.1.
- It does not feel particularly precise. I do not know if 1000 dpi is "too low" for "pixel precision", so I'm above.
- The stop working an average of 2 times per day, for about 5 seconds at a time. Completely out of nowhere. (Latest drivers straight through)
- When you do not use it a few minutes (15?) It takes about 3-5 seconds for it to come to life again.
- Skrollknappen does not feel as high quality. Often when you want to "skrollklicka" press on "scroll left" instead.
- The entire mouse feels much good quality. The plastic cover / top feels very plastigt. Each key has a different "feeling of pressure / sound."
+ Touch button on the side (blue) works well for back / forward in the browser.
+ Mouse can provide vibration signals. But this interesting technical feature is that I can see only when using the Touch button. In other words, completely useless.
+ Scroll wheel and the usual click buttons are relatively quiet.
This may be a reservmus so I try Logitech's new M560 instead. Attributed to its nano-receiver (which I wished escape).
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