|28 Apr 2010||#1|
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Logitech Performance MX Mouse
I just got a Performance MX mouse to replace my MX1000 that had a strange quirk of doing a double click when only clicking once. It didn't do it on every click, but it started to do it quite often which was a pain when selecting a bunch of files to be moved and when you click on one and it does the double click action, all the selected files will start to open.
I really love the shape and feel of the MX1000 and it is very different in feel to the Performance MX but the shape grows on you after using it for a bit.
Most people won't buy one since it is a bit pricey, $100 locally and around $75 online.
Overall I am impressed with it.
Oh, and it only cost me $22. Did an RMA with Logitech for the MX1000 for an MX1100 and asked if I could pay the $20 difference for the Performance MX, which they agreed to.
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|30 Apr 2010||#5|
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3 years on their higher end mice.
When I had to send in my Version 1 G15 keyboards a few years ago, I asked about my MX1000 that had a flaky middle mouse button and if they could replace that as well, and they said sure. I asked if I had to ship that back as well and they said no, just do whatever you want with the old one, so I sold the one to a someone who didn't mind the middle mouse button issue, you could map the middle button to any of the other 9 buttons on the mouse (MX1000 had 10 buttons).
Now you have to send in your old mouse, at least on the higher end mice, then they send you an equivalent replacement if your model is no longer available, which it was in my case.
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