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Logitech M510 mouse.

Discussion in 'General Computing' started by Remp, Mar 27, 2012.

  1. Remp

    Remp Guest

    Hey guys :)

    My new config I mentioned in the other post arrives by tomorrow or the day after tomorrow, and I thought that I'd get a new wireless mouse for the new computer :)
    I'm thinking about buying the Logitech M510, here's the product page: http://www.logitech.com/hu-hu/mice-pointers/mice/devices/6811

    Has anyone got this mouse? Does it have a nice grip, is it comfortable? :)
  2. I've used a Logitech in the past, and usually they are quite comfortable. You could be using the mouse continuously for hours and it doesn't bite a bit. It also has a pretty good grip, so overall, I recommend all Logitech mouses, big or small.
  3. grim76

    grim76 Guest

    I actually use a trusty trackball. My hands fit a trackball better. There are tons of choices out there. I have always found that going to the store to try them first hand always helps.
  4. dogma68

    dogma68 Guest

    I used to have a wireless mouse before, and it doesn't really work for me. I think i am just use to a wire attached to the mouse, also the wire prevents me from throwing the darn thing when I get angry over something.
  5. diegosuse

    diegosuse Guest


    Hi. I work with a wireless keyboard with a touch mouse within. Very smart choice. The name is riimote and you can find it on amazon. Works really great. I use it a lot because I have a laptop with hdmi output and connect to my lcd to many task. Like surf, play videos, skype, etc. Very easy to use because came with linux support. 100% trustable, ion li battery,small, low cost. Hope helps. You can find it on amazon.
  6. diegosuse

    diegosuse Guest

    Here is the link www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B003UE52ME/ref=aw_d_iv_electronics?is=l&qid=1335619917&sr=8-7

    Sorry for the ref, isnt riimote. My mistake
  7. psufootball

    psufootball Guest

    I used to have the exact same Logitech mouse. It's comfortable and everything, but it broke, or rather, stopped working, after 2 years. Which is very un-Logitech-like considering they tend to make fair-priced, yet long-lasting quality products.

    But hey, reviews are good so I probably just had a lemon. I say go for it- even if you only get 2 years out of it like I did it's still a very good 2 years. :)
  8. It is probably the least surprising electronic device that I have bought in the last 5 years. Since surprises involving electronics often turn out to be bad, I am extremely satisfied with it, despite the fact that clicking its buttons seems loud after the complete silence of the Mighty Mouse.
  9. Famous

    Famous Guest

    Personally I'd never use a wireless mouse for gaming(anymore that is) as even the best of them can cause lag and even have connection issues at times if there are other wireless devices around. I've tried wireless mice for gaming in the past and the best one I've had to date was the Logitech G7 wireless mouse. It handles quite nicely and worked great(for the first year) and it came with two interchangeable hot swappable batteries. After the first year it started having connection issues (which happened with the other wireless mice I've had). I now use the Logitech G500 wired mouse instead. Yes it's a bit annoying to have a cord again but the performance and response of the mouse is way better wired and worth it. Plus you don't have to worry about the battery dieing in the middle of a game.

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