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Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Amazing Battery Life. Included battery barely lasted a week, but a standard Energizer has lasted 6 months and is still going strong. I'm a daily user, and keep it in my work bag. I also switch between multiple computers all day long. Pairing to 2 separate devices via Bluetooth is easy, and works well. Note that I only tried Windows machines. Switches between those devices quickly. Works as exactly as advertised. Very comfortable, even for a 'fingertip grip" user like me.
Needs a case. As of writing, Mem Expr doesn't sell these. You can find 3rd Party cases out there at other online retailers. Included Bluetooth dongle is stored inside the mouse under the battery plate. After 6 months the plate is still inserting firmly, although I am concerned both the plate and dongle will eventually be lost. Price. This mouse is not cheap. But assume it's replacing three separate mice. Recommend waiting for a sale if you are unsure.
Highly recommended! I'd give it a 4.5 If I could, but it's not quite a 5 star.
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
-Very comfortable shape -Connects very easily, even to Macs -Switches between computers almost instantly -Drivers allow huge amounts of customization -2 side buttons (+1 for connection switching, no macro), 1 side button hidden at the bottom of the thumb rest, scroll wheel left/right/center, gives tons of macro options without making the mouse look full of buttons -Smooth/clicky scroll toggle -Soft touch material on the body is holding up and doesn't get filthy easily -Confident button detent
-May be on the small side for very big hands, but probably still fine -I don't believe the drivers allow custom button combo macros, but still have a huge list of actions available for any button, and can even be program specific -White base may not stay white in especially dirty environments, but mine is still clean -At $80 regular price, if you don't really need the ability to switch between multiple devices all the time, there are better mice at the same price point.
I got this mouse on sale for half price about a month ago and it feels like a steal, super happy with my purchase. Having used the mouse, and knowing how useful the connection switching feature is, I would happily pay full price. If you don't need connection switching it's harder to justify the cost, but still worthwhile in my opinion. Keep in mind this is a productivity oriented mouse, though I still use it for light gaming. Logitech has come a long way in the last 5 years since I bought my one last.