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Logitech - Performance Wireless Laser Mouse

( 4.6 Average / 33 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Logitech

Model

Performance

Part #

910-001105

Connection

Wireless

Tracking Method

Laser

Maximum DPI

None

Color

Black

Hand Orientation

Right

Features

Darkfield Laser Tracking
Logitech Unifying receiver
Flexible recharging system
Hyper-fast scrolling
Sculpted, right-hand shape
Four thumb buttons

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Reviews

StevenM 19 points 19 months ago
from completed build A Safe Bet

Been using this mouse for a while. I find it very comfortable to use for productivity work. The scroll wheel allows for crazy fast scrolling. This model unlike previous models allows charging while you are using it which I find helpful.

poison3k 13 points 14 months ago
from completed build Narcotic Suite

Good solid feel but it is a bit heavier than other solid mice.

The scroll wheel is horrible and has a few bugs with the software

Zackarotto 4 points 6 months ago
from completed build BOULESIS

I've had several of these because I like being wireless, I like the look of it, and the manufacturer warranties are good (3 years; longer than those on most of Logitech's other models). Unfortunately, even when I don't punish the mice by playing hardcore Diablo or whatever, they tend to start dropping my held click signals, mid-drag, after perhaps a single year, which is why those warranties have come in handy. Maybe a can of compressed air can help with that, but I sort of doubt it.

Also, the steel gets kind of corroded-looking after a while, but no big deal really. For my next mouse I'm definitely trying something different, though it might be hard to go back to wired, and I'm not really sure if I'd even benefit from some insane DPI (this one caps out at 1500).

CharlieLidbury 23 points 5 months ago
from completed build The Orange Knight V3

My old faithful, been working great for ages now. Had some tracking issues but got a big mousepad and that was fixed.

alanoc 15 points 4 months ago
from completed build Nice & Simple

had this for years

tyogev 100 points 12 days ago

Been using this mouse for years and it continues to run like a champ. Super precise and very comfortable. Highly recommened.