A drag-free cord for performance. Speedflex cables eliminate the need for mouse bungees, which reduces weight and drag. Sculpted ambidexterous shape supports your right or left hand and stays in one place. It's easy to move quickly between documents or browsing your favorite Web sites with large, easy-to-reach Back/Forward buttons. Zero setup required means that you just plug the cable into your port and it will work. Programmable controls allow you to change applications, open windows or jump to full screen while watching videos. This mouse is built by Logitech, which has built more than a billion mice, more than any other manufacturer. Prerequisites: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Mac OS X, or later.
👤This product has been used by me for a long time. I have one for every computer. I developed a strain injury on my wrist because of too much mouse work. I corrected two steps. I learned to use my left hand. I tried a lot of alternative mouse products. The Marble Mouse is the best. I never had wrist problems on my left wrist in my engineering job. There are two comments. The ball has a small amount of resistance. I pull the ball out of the white balls which are sitting on the ground. It takes 10 seconds. I found a cure for my right arm. I put rubber bands around it. I massage my arm.
👤A lot of reviews are saying you can't scroll with it, I just want to point out there is a way to scroll with it that made this mouse more usable. There are four buttons on the mouse, two of which are for back and forwards in the browser. You can use the back button to convert the trackball into a scroll wheel when held down. You can hold the button and scroll. The program X-Mouse Button Control can be used to do this. You can bind the event to one of the buttons. There was a boom. You can scroll with the mouse. Changing the other extra button to the middle-click event gives me the full function of the scroll wheel. I really like this mouse. My first ball. I enjoy it. It's nice that you don't have to move your arm all over the place because you don't need a flat surface to use the mouse and you don't need a lot of desk space to use the mouse. It only takes a day of use to get used to, and I can use it just as accurately as my regular mouse. The only complaint is that the back and forwards buttons are small and weird, not the most comfortable to press, and that the workaround for scrolling should be a default feature. For my first trackball mouse, I like it. Will definitely use it.
👤Some pretty good trackballs were made by Logitech, but not anymore. I have been using mouse alternatives for 25 years and I am familiar with them. The ball is light and combined with their software gives you a pointer that can travel across your screen in a matter of seconds. The ball from Kensington feels like it is made out of lead and will cause you hand pain after a few hours of use. The buttons are easy to use. The buttons on the upper part of the body were not comfortable. The scrolling is a complete failure. Do you see a wheel? You can assign a universal scroll feature to a button. The soft scroll feature only works in Microsoft applications. I don't use my computer for boring office work. If you want to use your non-existent scroll wheel in other applications, you have to use the scroll feature from Logitech, which doesn't send the expected key codes to those applications. I had to code up my own zoom-in and zoom-out so I could zoom in and out of any application. Sounds like there is a need to hire better people. I don't have to write my own code to use the product of the folks with the lead ball. It looks like there are two choices if you look at my view point. The lead ball will work for some people if they have a hand problem. You can get the Logitech with a better ball and just code up your own zooming processes. Why can't we have our cake and eat it too?
70 days of power on a single charge is what the rechargable battery has. Focus 20K DPI optical sensor is used for industry-leading precision. 70M Click Durability is what the optical switches from the Razer are. The new optical mouse switches from Razer are 3x Faster than traditional mechanical switches. Immersive, customizable Chroma RGB lighting supports over 16 million colors with included preset profiles and syncs with gaming and peripherals. The 8 buttons allow for button remapping and assignment of complex macro functions. A drag-free cord for performance. Speedflex cables eliminate the need for mouse bungees, which reduces weight and drag.
👤Before you buy this mouse, do your research. You have to use the software from Razer to set the mouse, but you have to give up your data privacy in exchange for it. They require you to register and create an account with a valid email address before you can use Synapse. They will collect a lot of data around your usage of this mouse, as well as what software you use, how often you use them, and so on. While it's running in the background, the bloatware consumes your PC's processing resources. Synapse has a questionable security posture. Is it safe to be exploited by malicious hackers or software? Does it make your computer less secure? This is not clear. It's there to collect your private data and phone home. This data collection practice is a gross over reach which we consumers should not tolerate. There are many great gaming mouse brands that do not overreach when it comes to user data privacy. We should support them.
👤I have had the V2 for about a month now and it feels like a huge improvement over my Deathadder Chroma that died from the double click issue. I want to address a few issues you might run into. After setting up the mouse every time I started my computer, it wouldn't connect and I had to plug it back in to get it to recognize it. This was because the software doesn't check for an update for the mouse itself. I found a link to update DeathAdder V2 on their website after doing quick research. No more issues after that. The second issue is a quicker fix for those who keep changing the dpi via the two top buttons. You can set the dpi to what you want with the help of the software, but you have to turn off the stages to make the buttons stop changing. Pros - lightweight, great ergonomics, great tracking, feels sturdy, software is pretty crappy, but support is not gonna support you, but the mouse has 8 buttons, which are actually not for gaming. The buttons are fordpi. I can't assign them to different tasks, and another button is only for changing profiles on the fly, not a button that can be assigned. At the end of the day, it's a standard 5 button DeathAdder. Kinda deceptive marketing. This is a great mouse. I have loved using it for gaming and every day use, but the software and Razer themselves hold it back from being a 5 star product. Who needs 20kdpi? honestly
👤I replaced the older version of this mouse with the newer one because it had problems with its buttons. It's a great mouse and an upgrade. I want to make it clear that you shouldn't get fooled by the "8 programmable buttons" slogan--it's counting every single button on the mouse, including the standard left and right click and buttons to adjust settings on the bottom of the mouse that you would. There are two buttons on the left side of the mouse that you can click with your thumb. The other buttons are left and right click, the mouse wheel, two buttons underneath the mouse wheel, and a button on the bottom of the mouse to switch between profiles. This isn't the right one for you if you want more buttons to use during the game. It's useful if you just want to have a few buttons that are easy to use. I like using my mouse buttons for melee attacks in games. The changes compared to the previous version of the Deathadder mouse are small but they are good QOL changes. In the previous version, the place where you're supposed to rest your thumb was a rubber pad that you could use after a year or so. If the entire mouse case comes off, the textured part of the mouse will come off. I'm not sure if the texturing is warning, but it's better than my thumb getting gummed up by glue after the pad fell off! I think the mouse is a little smaller than the previous version. This is great for me, since I'm a woman with small palms and long, thin fingers, and I often have problems using gaming mice and controllers comfortably. I'm not sure if this would be as comfortable for users with larger hands, so I'd suggest seeing if you can get a measurement for a mouse, and then compare it to the size of this mouse. I think the profile and DPI buttons are new features, but I haven't used them yet, so I don't think I need them. It does seem like a good feature and the buttons seem to be good quality and I have never accidentally pressed them during the game. If you need more information, you might want to check other reviews. This is a pretty looking mouse. The light on the logo and mouse wheel is not bright enough to be seen when the lights are off. You can either use the software to change the color to your liking or leave it on a default setting where it cycles through various colors in a rainbow order. I know there's a feature that game developers can use to have the mouse colors be manipulated by the game itself, but I've only ever played one game where I know for certain that this was implemented--Overwatch changes the color of the mouse based on the character you' I don't think it's been used in many other games, and I think it's more fun on keyboards. I think this is a great mouse. I recommend it for people who use their computer enough to want something that is more sturdy and has more features than a cheaper mouse. If you want more button options or are a huge tech nerd, you might want to save up for a more expensive mouse. I think this mouse has a lot of comfort and control.
Text and email notifications, location reporting, and historical playback are included. The world's No.1 best selling wireless gaming gear brand is based on independent sales data for units from the US, CA, JP,KR, TW, and IN, DE. Don't worry about your battery life again. The power play wireless charging system will keep your G502 Lightspeed Wireless Mouse and other compatible G mice charged while at rest and at play. The Powerplay wireless charging system is sold separately. The exclusive Logitech G ultra-fast wireless technology is used by pro gaming. The Hero 25K sensor upgrade is free to all players, with the most advanced, with 1:1 tracking, 400plusips, and 100 - 25,600 maxdpi sensitivity. There are 11 buttons and a hyper fast scroll wheel for each game. Hyper fast scrolling can be used to quickly review long web pages. The mouse has a weight system that can be adjusted with up to six weights inside. Lightsync is a technology that allows you to create your own custom lighting from nearly 16 million colors. For every kilogram of plastic used in G502 light speed mice, Logitech G helps fund plastic recycling programs that offset an amount of ocean bound plastic equal to the amount used in G502 light speed. Also, note: Refer to the PDF attached for the technical specification.
👤The mouse is amazing. Excellent build quality and shape, absolutely zero lag or delay, top tier optical sensor. The price of 150 feels like it's only being charged because people will pay for a legendary mouse. The g502 Hero can be found for around 60 dollars. How did Logitech get away with charging an extra 100 dollars to remove a wire? It is absurd. The g602, an older wireless mouse, can be had for 40 dollars. The mouse is overpriced and should be sold for less than 150. The dark core is 70 dollars, the 650 is 100 dollars, and the mamba wireless is 99 dollars. The mouse is on sale for 80. People bought their stuff because it was fairly priced and did well. It's a good idea to charge more than everyone else because you'll look like the bad guy. The mouse was great, but the price was bad.
👤I really wanted to like this mouse, so I did this review after hours of testing. I feel like I need to make this review with some important points for future buyers to take into account until they are fixed by Logitech: The R&D that went into this is impressive, to completely redesign a loved mouse, make it wireless with an amazing battery and the new hero sensors and Excellent job. That's where it ends for me. I have a lot of high end mice, and have been letting them go. The G Pro Wireless is my new mouse. I keep my classic G900 for it's free-scroll wheel and left-right mouse wheel because G-Pro doesn't have either. The battery life is not enough with the options that are currently available. I saw the G502 as a box checker and more buttons. Where to start? The most important thing for a mouse is feeling. I moved it around after grabbing it, what's that noise? I moved it more. Something feels off. I realized after moving it around. There is a mouse on my keyboard. I looked at the feet. Nope. They are level. I looked for any flaws in the plastic. To see which edge was catching, I tilted the mouse slightly. I was angry at the texture on the pinky side. It continues along the underside of the mouse, and it's prominent enough to grab the mousepad below it. I tried other types of mouse pads, and my metal one was the only one that scratches and rubs the pads. You want your mouse to be smooth as butter, so move it. The texture printed onto the mouse is too intense. Lift the mouse with your thumb and it will leave a huge mark. So disappointing. I have an order of different types of sandpaper to remove that horrible design oversight. Next... You are forcing me to use your software. It is so bad that it overdersigned. You forced me to download in order to use the mouse, which makes me hate it even more. Nice. Even the newer Hero sensor mice work on the classic Logitech mouse software, so there isn't just an incompatibility issue. This is a clear attempt to out modify your older software support, and you forced $150 mouse buyers into a beta. The software feels like you hired more graphic designers than you did programmers. What people are okay with in software? A rubix cube is draped in fine linen. What is G-hub like? Do you want to change the DPI? You have to input your dpi and then take each individual dot on a sliders to make it fun on the higher options. There were dpi options in the game. The different mouse profiles? If you set it to "on board memory", you can just use one profile. You can't take multiples profiles as far as I've found. G-Hub is amazing. It crashes games. I've had 2 games with no recent updates this week, which have never crashed, since I installed G-Hub and nothing else. I played the same games for a few hours after killing G-hub. Nice. Leave G-Hub off. Right! Your mouse can't remember anything. After gaming, it becomes a default nightmare. You have to restart G-Hub in order to get your mouse working again. I'm going to hold onto this mouse, I'll make it work, but the fact that I'm considering using sandpaper on a non-defect, and hates every moment on your forced G-hub utilization is a huge problem for me. I was expecting the price to be treated like a premium user, instead I was treated like a tester who had to pay to use it. To fix the horrible sratching/rubbing, you need a combo of the texture and the mouse feet to be thin. I sanded the texturing off of the mouse feet I purchased. No more rubbing. This is the mouse I paid for, it's smooth and doesn't scratch at my desk. If you want to test your product on multiple surfaces, you should put some better mouse skates on. I don't have to do that. It's not a faulty product, it was 6 different points of contact that I had to take into my hands. It was just poor shell and mouse feet.
The Hero 25K sensor upgrade is free to all players, with the most advanced, with 1:1 tracking, 400+ips, and 100 - 25,600 maxdpi sensitivity. You can assign custom commands to the buttons and save up to five ready to play profiles directly to the mouse. The mouse has a weight system that can be adjusted with up to five weights inside. Lightsync technology allows you to control lighting from nearly 16 million colors to match your team's colors. The left and right gaming mouse buttons are tensioned with metal springs and pivot hinges for a crisp, clean click. The hardware limited warranty is one year.
👤I don't have enough buttons for an IQ pro. The only issue I have with this mouse is that the scroll wheel is one of the most difficult to use in most games, and it's only because the button location is solid. You want to switch to your secondary if you run out of ammo in the game. You'll switch to it about 3 times. It's kind of a deal breaker for clutch moment gaming. I'm an idiot. There's a button that unlocks the scroll wheel. Yes. This mouse is great. I'm not smart enough to use it well.
👤The mouse would be a wonderful one, other than the constant click/double click issue. The first one I ever had. The click issue showed up very quickly when I was doing a lot of gaming. Amazon gave an exchange. The click issue took longer to show up when I had the new one because I was not doing as much gaming. I think this is a design flaw in the mouse. I won't buy another one of these. The click issue is not worth the price. The mouse doesn't hold the click or double clicks when you try to click or drag it. I've tested this many times. This mouse would be great if it wasn't for that issue. This creates a lot of issues with gaming, graphic design and more when trying to work and renders the mouse useless because of productivity.
👤The switches in these mice are garbage and it seems logitech has either a quality control problem or a supply problem. The mouse is one of the best mice I have ever used, but it didn't work out. Less than a year old. You get a mouse that feels great in the hand until the scroll wheel starts jumping around and the left click starts randomly double clicking, and then not clicking at all. One can find many reviews on the internet that say "g502 double click" or "g502 mechanical switch for left click", or that say "return them and hope their next one doesn't do the same", or that say "self swap of mechanical switch for left click I'm sad to say that I won't be going any of these routes because I used to be a big fan of Logitech. It's not made of plastic. I took another star off for a true, 1 star review. I don't believe in one star reviews because they are usually an overreaction and everything is either 5 stars great or 1 star horrible. I had to use their website to prove I was having a double click issue, which was easy to do, but I had to film myself, the mouse, and the serial number from the mouse in the video while doing it. I could easily reproduce the double click fault in both the left and right click functions. On the 10th of January 2020, I sent my mouse back to Logitech. They received my mouse in January 2020. I don't hear anything for 8 days until I contact them again. There is still nothing. I received an email stating that my product isn't faulty, and therefore doesn't qualify for the warranty. I had to first email them. The 100% reproduce able error is present in both left and right clicking. I will not buy a logitech product again. If you want to buy this mouse, you should ask yourself if you want to buy it, and if you don't have the warranty honored. I bought a cheap mouse to tide me over and it works better than the old one.
It's easy to set up and play. The color is silver or black. 2 LEDs are used to identify the MFD during programming. The base is multi-position, weighted and non-slip. There are 20 buttons and 4 switches. There are 48 controls in total. There is a multi- function display. There are preset for Microsoft Flight Simulator in 3 pre-printed cardboard layouts. The technology for connecting.
👤I am not happy with my warthog. The flawed design of the Gimbal cannot be fixed. The design is similar to an analogue thumbstick and not a flight control mechanism. Maybe I am just being picky. The build quality and overall design are not acceptable. I have years of experience as a V&V engineer and this is my area of expertise. The injection molded mechanism is not finished. It has a surface that is not smooth and has flash, which is material that flows out of the cavity where the two mold halves meet. The community has dubbed it "Stiction". Search it. The throttle levers are made of plastic and have a thin metal veneer. The steel ballast on the upper side of the bottom cover plate weighs nearly 10 pounds. The switches on the stick are of the lowest quality. Buttons are cheap and frequently fail open or closed. If the cost would allow a quality switch or button, I would take the analog potentiometers over the hall sensors. There are stickied posts on various flight simulation forums showing how many customers have had total main board failures. My throttle is on that list despite being told to plug it in after the PC starts. Why does no other device have the same problems? When the product fails, Thrustmaster Support will sell you a replacement for $60. They will send you a replacement board if you are lucky enough to have it fail within the warranty. Customers have had switch failures in the forums. Take all the reviews with a grain of salt. You may be pleased with this HOTAS but eventually switches and buttons will fail. After two years, the main board is likely to fail.
👤Unlike most reviewers, I don't believe that this review is written in haste as I sit frustrated on my living room floor. I don't typically create reviews, but as I see that this product is far poorer than it will feel when you first remove it from its packaging, I want to prevent you from doing the same. First things first. It will work fine and you will get a good use out of it. The problem is here. You spent a lot of money on this hunk, you think it was made when you first received it. You will think of all the ways you could make it better. Adding a stick extension is like that. You will attach your $50 extension to your $400 stick and you will hear a loud pop while threading it on, and not even very tight. I am aware of you. You will disassemble the whole contraption and find that something broke. After two months of back and forth communication with the French parent company of thrustmaster, they will charge you 40 to ship you this tiny little scrap of plastic. Yeah, it's plastic. When you disassembled the thing, you realized that most of it was plastic, and just enough metal in the right places to make you feel heavy. You can not re- install the part without cutting off a wire. The little magnet that goes along with the potentiometer to send data to your pc is broken off, and it seems to have been held on through plastic fusion. If you don't know what plastic fusion is, it's a term that describes poor quality plastic parts being formed together by two or more pins being inserted through respective holes in the adjoining part and then melted off on the other side to prevent its backing out. Super glue the thing back together would be the only way to fix this. They do not sell the part. It will probably work well. If it doesn't, you won't get the $400 you deserve. You spent $400 on a piece of plastic that was covered in grease, and now you are sitting on the floor wondering how to get it back. I hope this helps you avoid that.
The hardware limited warranty is one year. The pebble shape of the Logitech is modern, slim and beautiful and it is easy to carry around. Enjoy the same click feel with over 90% noise reduction on the click sound. You can connect the way you like via the included tiny receiver or via the included wireless technology. The pebble can stay powered for up to 18 months on a single AA battery. Depending on user and computing conditions, battery life may vary. The pebble tracks quickly and accurately where you want to use it. In case of a Wireless mouse, theusb receiver will be provided inside or along with the mouse.
👤I'm in Psychiatry and had been searching for a small, portable, mouse that I could easily transport between practice sites afterUpgrading to a new MacBook Pro 13 w/USB-C ports only, I was having difficulty finding compatible devices that worked well and using a hub/dongle produced I was not happy with the search. I thought I would try the new device after I found it. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it was small, had a nice power switch to conserve energy and prevent mouse clicks while traveling, but it also had an includedusb 3.0 dongle for older devices that worked very well with the Windows Machine I. It is very quiet. This is great because it requires a quiet keyboard and devices so as not to interrupt or distract my patients. I have purchased a second mouse to leave at one office where I share space with another provider who also loves it, and I have recommended many friends and colleagues to do the same. Excellent response and tracking on the screen, accurate clicks, and includes a right/ left buttons and a silent scroll wheel make this a very easy to pair device. Excellent product, Highly recommend.
👤It would be great if I could pair it with my mac operating systems. I have a Macbook Pro and an iMAC, but I can't get this mouse to work with them. I went to the support page for Logitech and saw that many customers were unable to pair it with their systems. It would have been nice for them to mention that. Will send it back tomorrow.
👤I got an iPad Air 4 and wanted a portable mouse. Everyone recommended this mouse after I watched reviews. I can see why after using this. It is easy to connect to my iPad. I have to turn it on and it will be there. There is no lag when using a mouse. It comes with a single AA battery and a piece of plastic covering the terminal so it doesn't waste battery while waiting to get to you. It comes with a 2.4ghz receiver, but you won't notice it in the packaging. Pull the top off to get to the receiver. I was worried about the clips breaking. It is held down by magnets. The clicking is very quiet, it almost feels like a sound. I love how portable it is. I could take this with me and go. The design of Logitech is great. How long is the battery life? I have been using this for over a month and it is still working. The battery life of the mouse is still at full capacity, thanks to the iPad Air. If you want a small mouse for your iPad or Mac book, this is the one for you.
👤I will make a decision on the pros and cons of my opinion. Positive: Innovative form. Good material and color. Good for my book. It is lightweight and compact. This is an important plus when traveling or traveling Promises are fulfilled, and it's easy to switch from radio to wi-fi mode. When turned on, there is a little thinking. This is a noticeable problem. It takes some time to get used to the form factor. There is a I don't regret buying this mouse and predicting a good future, the impression is positive. The rubber stickers on the bottom surface of the mouse are a common problem for Logitech. I hope the new design of these stickers is reliable.
The top choice of pros has been for nearly two decades. Stop chasing a mouse. You don't have to move your arm to control your trackball because it stays in one place. Its sculpted shape supports your hand all day long. The trackball has a unifying receiver. There's no need to plug in the tiny wireless receiver when you move around because it stays in your laptop. You can easily add a compatible keyboard, number pad or mouse to your computer without having to worry about having to connect multiple devices. You can go for up to 18 months without changing batteries, and the indicator on the battery helps to make sure you'll never be caught off guard. Depending on user and computing conditions, battery life may vary. You can use your trackball wherever you want. The M570 has no problem with hard tables, comfy sofas and lumpy beds. Control is simple when you're web surfing on a laptop or navigating a home-theater PC with the integrated scroll wheel and easy-to-reach back/forward buttons. Stop chasing a mouse. You don't have to move your arm to control your trackball because it stays in one place. Its sculpted shape supports your hand all day long. In case of a wireless mouse, the receiver will be provided inside or along with the mouse.
👤I have a few of these. I have 5 computers because they do not last. I like how it works. Some other reviews talk about some of the problems that I have not experienced. I use this mice a lot and give it a good work out. There is one button on all of them. The inside spring loosens up. It will work, but I have to work harder. It won't hold for a good copy. I wanted to see if I could tighten the spring on the unit. The unit isn't made to be torn apart. They verified this after I phoned them. It lasts 1-2 years for me. It's sad for a company like Logitech. I wanted to talk to Logitech to see if they had improved the model. I waited 15 minutes for their "chat" sessions to open. I tried to use a phone. They gave a phone number to call. I was referred to a different number by that number. Please go to their website if the chat doesn't work because the number said they were no longer monitoring it. I am not impressed. While it is new, I still like the layout of the mouse. Until it breaks, it is 5 stars. You can get 1-2 years depending on usage. It is almost worthless after that. There is nothing else like it in the market.
👤I was surprised to see how many people tried my setup. I'm not the first to convert this to a vertical trackball, but others may not have used off-the-shelf products. The MOBI-GO! It's a shame that the bean bag stand isn't always available since it fits the Trackball so well. I just bought a mouse for my son and I'm trying a soft stand for his phone. I will post my results soon. My first M570 was this one. I used the solution of transferring the ball from my old wired version to deal with the ball tracking issues that were noted in other reviews. The most recent trackball seems to have solved that problem. Even if I don't clean the contacts, the ball tracks perfectly. The forward-back buttons are convenient. I stumbled onto a solution to make it easier to use the computer and reduce the amount of time that it takes to use it. I used to do that.
👤This was bought in February of last year. The roller ball was not as effective as the one I bought in 2015, but it was still pretty good. The logo had changed from 'Logitech' to 'Logi'. The back label of the 2015 version did not have a logo. I was wondering if this was a clone of China. I began to have issues after buying it. It doesn't work anymore. We keep buying even though China is messing us. We don't have a lot of choice, very little is made in the US anymore. It's probably made in China for Logitech, but who knows? I'm going to buy another one because there aren't any good replacements. The Chinese are looking at us a thousand miles away. There is an update. Shame on me. I wrote a review today. After writing it, my 'logi'-cal brain kicked in, and I thought maybe it's me. I went to the internet to learn how to pair the device. Instructions on how to download the software were on the page. I re-paired the mouse. It works better now. My bad. I have two wireless trackballs and I use them interchangeably at times when I upgrade my computer. I'm changing out the dongles that I now realize are not necessary because you can use the same one as long as it is paired. That may require their software to be downloaded. Not sure. Maybe the dongle got confused when they were switched out. It works great again. I'm leaving the one-star rating because they tend to get more attention and this will spare someone the hassle. The software upgrade this month has bug fixes. I'll upgrade the other device as well.
This mouse is built by Logitech, which has built more than a billion mice, more than any other manufacturer. Prerequisites: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Mac OS X, or later. The trackball angle can be adjusted from 0 to 20 degrees for a more natural, comfortable hand position and reduced muscle strain. It's possible to navigate on 2 computers and copy-paste text, images, and files from one to the other using the Logitech flow. Up to 3 Windows or Mac computers can be connected via the included Unifying receiver. TheNominal value is 380dpi and the battery has up to 70 days of power on a single charge. The tilt and middle click wheel allow for precise scrolling. 512-2048dpi is the minimal and maximal value.
👤I've been using the M570 for a long time. I have several M570s that are connected to various computers in my house. My wife, co-workers, and a few friends are going to switch to the M570. The M570 didn't have a bluetooth connection. A couple months ago, I was excited to read that Logitech was releasing a version of the M570 trackball that was compatible with a phone. I used one. I don't like using the Ergo. It was the first time in 20 years that I didn't feel any pain in my hand or wrist. There are four flaws to the device that led me to abandon it. The awkward hand/thumb placement on the M570 is due to the metal riser increasing the height of the device. 2. The textured grip and extra weight make the MX Ergo less give when you move your hand onto it. When I reach to move the mouse without looking at it, the MX Ergo resists the movement of my hand. The result is something that I feel in my wrists after a few hours of use, and not in a good way. 3. The ball does not roll as freely in the M570 as it does in the MX Ergo. I used this for a week before giving up. I could still feel a ache in my trapeziometacarpal joint four weeks later. 4. The ball needs to be removed from the area that holds it frequently as dust accumulates in the area. This is more difficult to do in the MX. There is a hole in the ball, but it is not big enough to fit a finger through. You will need a small device that is strong enough to remove the ball, but not so strong that you can scratch it. The design decision was dumb. I wonder if this is a quality control issue with these early units, or if they did a lot of ergonomics testing. It's a huge step back from the M570.
👤The company has sunk to new lows. They now have two, the MX Ergo and the MX Ergo Plus. They're the same mouse. The rubber riser increases the tilt. I enjoy that a lot. The MX is a cool product. It's cheap. I ordered a mouse and it was the first one I had. The new mouse is not compatible with one. They denied me after I called and requested one. I wouldn't do business with a company that creates two similar products, only one of which has a cheap mold of rubber-plastic and the other without, and both of which sell for the same price. The MX Ergo Plus is only available in brick and mortar retailers. I wouldn't recommend buying the version without the rubber-riser.
👤I've been waiting for a long time for a version of the TrackMan Marble Wheel to come out. I'm not sure if I should give it four stars or 4.5 stars, but it's a really nice trackball for use with new laptops that don't have a port for a cable. I decided to round up. I've gone back and forth several times while writing this review. The trackball function is the same as if you used the M570, with a few extra features, including a tiltable scrollwheel and the ability to switch between devices. The AA battery has been replaced with li-poly. Things get a little weird at the form factor. The trackball has a bend in the middle and magnets on either side. The tilt can be caused by a 2mm-thick metal plate that can be attached to either side. The result feels more stable than you might think, and while you can tilt it, it's not going to tilt when you aren't expecting it. I had not expected the tilt to feel good. It increases the weight by over 1/3, to over 9 ounces. The device is about 4 ounces heavier than the M570. You can use it without a metal plate, but it will fall to a flat state if you don't propped it up. There is no place to hold the Unifying Receiver. It's not an issue for me because I want this, but it may be an issue for someone. The Plus has an additional plastic wedge that can add another 10 degrees of tilt, which is different from the direct purchase from Logitech. The Plus is only available at Best Buy and Logitech.
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👤1. The tracking on this "pad" is amazing, but the glide makes it hard to control. I feel like I am playing air hockey. Maybe it is a combination of my DeathAdder mouse and smooth feet on this pad, but the glide is too much. It was hard to snap back and forth with precision in the games because I couldn't keep my crosshairs still. My quick mouse movements in games were too noisy with this pad. The quality build of the pad is very durable and worth the price if your mouse doesn't glide as much as mine did. 2. I returned the QcK Hard for a QcK limited, which was 888-282-0465, which was 888-282-0465, five stars. I don't feel like I'm playing air hockey in a pistol fight, but this one tracks just as well as the Hard version. I think this model is better than the Hard model. The build is great and the stitching is strong. It's cheaper too. It is stupid that the product styles all live under one product item. The styles are so different that a review for one style is not a review for another. Most reviewers here don't identify which style they purchased so their reviews are not helpful.
👤I got a hard steel series pad so I could use my mouse. It worked well until my cat discovered it. The surface works well with my steelseries mouse's hidpi setting, so I can only use 2 inches.
👤I can use 25% to 50% of this mouse pad. My cats seem to like the majority of the mouse pad. My cats use the mouse pad as well. I can use 25% to 50% of the mouse pad at any time. The mouse is very smooth and I can easily move it. The bottom of the pad is rubbery. My cats like this mouse pad because it is flat on my desk and they are in the way when they sit on it. I am afraid that one day they will both sleep on it, and I won't be able to use the mouse pad anymore. If you need a place for your cats to sleep or a good mouse pad, I recommend this one.
👤If you were to purchase it on Steelseries's official website, you would receive the exact same product. My brother ordered off of steelseries for $38. We suspected that the Steelseries mousepads sold by Amazon were not as good as they looked. I decided to buy mine from Amazon. The rubber underneath the mousepad is different. The one sold by Steelseries seems to be a newer model. The logos on the back are shiny when held up at a certain angle, but when we did this with mine, there was very little shine, and it appeared to be of an inferior quality. This proves that there are differences between the mousepads sold here and on the official website. I am not sure if Amazon has older models of the mousepad. I can't say that I notice a difference in the surface. When using a mouse with a mousepad, they both feel the same. There is a $10 savings when you choose Amazon, because I purchased mine for around $28. We received different products even though they were purchased within a week of each other. I think the savings were worth it, and they are essentially the same product.
You should catch your right angle. They all have different heights and postures. Their position in front of the screen will vary. The tracker can be put at the right angle with the Flex Mount. GlassOuse is a pair of glasses that can be worn to control a mouse pointer from a mobile phone, computer, tablets, and Smart TV. The device tracks head movements to move the scenary. Purchase the base unit and use the software to control it, or better yet, choose from the G-WITCH SERIES for more precise control. New features of the latest version include 10X Longer battery life, improved sensitivity, and more durable frame and arm design.
👤Either buy an accessory or pay 10 pound for more software. The glass wouldn't click. There is a Extra for software licence, accessories, and so on is required for over 500USD. It takes 60 seconds to hold a button when I want to turn off this glass. What are you thinking? Some people could miss the button. It takes 60 seconds. To hold a button for 60 seconds is like a century.
👤I have lost the use of my hands and arms and cannot use the mouse on my computer because of the disease. I was most impressed by Glassouse's Wearable mouse, which I researched. They are on top of your glasses and you can move the screen with your head. The bite click attachment has worked as advertised. I am once again fully functional on my computer and recommend Glassouse.
👤The best head mouse I have ever found is my mother's. It's still a long way away.
👤I have used a lot of this product, but it is the best one I have used. It is easy to place the scrutineer wherever I want it. It clicks when I need it to. This one clicks every time, unlike other products where it is hit and miss. I've read other reviews about the covers wearing out, but it's an easy and cheap fix if you buy more. This is worth it all. It is not hard to use the online keyboard and other ways around it if you want to right click. I would like to thank you for making my life better.
👤I use this product a lot. It is great. I posted this in hopes that they will fix it in later releases, because the glasses frame they use is not the right size for a 10-year-old. I have to tie it around the back of my head and break it.
👤I bought a pair and they worked for 3 days, but they just quit on me. I don't like having to switch between devices because it's a lot of work. There are no fees for right clicking. 3rd party software is out dated by the company. Please try and do better.
👤I thought I'd give it a try because the alternative head mouse is twice the price. I work with people with Lou Gehrig's disease. This was plug-and-play with Windows 10, Mac OS, and the latest iOS13, and it was also available on the iPad and iPhone. It works well. If you have little finger strength, don't buy the optional switch. It needs a hard push. It's awkward for people who already wear glasses to stack them. The product is great and I have bought 4.
If you don't like the stickers, just return them within 30 days for a full refund. No questions were asked. There is a gaming keyboard and gaming mouse. The all-in-one PC gamer value kit is great for gaming. There are 7 different lighting modes and effects on the keyboard. The clear uniform backlighting WIN key can be disabled for gaming. The PC gaming keyboard has been designed to be a great typing tool for office work. The gaming keyboard is built to hold liquid spills. The wrist rest is integrated so you don't have to worry about it. The gaming keyboard has 25 conflict free keys and 10 dedicated multimedia keys. Quiet keys are designed for longevity and deliver precise feedback. It comes with a gold-plated corrosion freeusb connection and a full numeric keypad. The Redragon RED Backlit Gaming Mouse has a user-friendly 800/1600/2400/3200 DPI setting. There are 6 buttons. The High-Precision Sensor and the Gaming Grade Micro Switches give you an even greater edge over your competitors. There are keyboard support for Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP. It works with all major brands of computers.
👤The computer I got from my job had broken feet and the previous guy had nastiness all over the keys. I decided I had waited too long to have them decide when to replace the stock keyboard with another one. I might as well make my own computer if I'm going to be staring at it for 8 hours. I dropped a couple of bucks and got a keyboard and mouse that is perfect for an office environment. Why? I forget I am trapped at a desk because my boring office has something unique to it. I am trapped at a desk with better peripherals than anyone else. It's not a big deal to you, but I think it's better to do the mundane tasks on a keyboard that visually distracts me with colorful bliss. The excitement I get from double clicking on the mouse gives me the feeling of dread that I had when I clicked the stock mouse. I'm sure I could use it to play games. I bought a gaming mouse and keyboard for my office computer. I'm awesome. It must be comfortable for people to sit there for hours and double-click to use the sword. Logic.
👤I was looking for a set that I could use to play games on my PS4 and this is what I got. I had to plug it in to work. There was no extra hub, no adaptor, and nothing else. It works out of the box. The mouse has a fabric wire which is nice to have, and the cords are long. I am very happy with my purchase, I really like this set. Awesome stuff.
👤I was expecting this combination to work out of the box. The keyboard does a good job of working for what I want it to do. The mouse... There is no spring back for the mouse buttons. I am not happy that this factory issue made it all the way to my doorstep. I may send this back. Poor quality control. The top and bottom pieces of the mouse body were not aligned correctly, and the mouse had been moved at the factory. I had the mouse repaired after I watched a video on YouTube about how to disassemble and reassemble the mouse. I will be covering this on my channel since I will be reviewing this combo set. Redragon makes it very clear that software is included with this package. It is definitely not. They hide the software from the end user. I plan to test the software links before sharing them here. If the package works out well over the long haul, I will raise the review one notch, but I can't give Redragon a 5 star rating because of the mouse issue and poor web site support. I was able to correct the issues with the first mouse and the software works just fine. I have bought this combination of mouse and keyboard 3 more times and have no issues. I've made this a standard setup on the 3 gaming systems I've built so far. The mouse on the website is called "Redragon M601-3 CENTROPHORUS 3200", which is odd. The Windows 10 version of the mouse works just fine. It is nice to be able to change the mouse parameters if necessary since I rarely run the software.
Eye tracker mouse products from Logitech. In this article about eye tracker mouse you can see why people choose the product. Razer and Logitech G are also good brands to look for when you are finding eye tracker mouse.
Logitech, Razer and Logitech G are some of the best brands that chosen by people for eye tracker mouse. Find the detail in this article. Thrustmaster, Steelseries and Glassouse are also brands that their products are worth to check.