It's the usb-dongless feature that I liked But i'm now currently loving a silent button mouse, but has to be used with a dongle which is annoying :(
Nice, I am after something for occassional use so this is probably ideal. Also looking for a compact bluetooth keyboard, found this for only a tenner, only problem is it appears to be Nordic layout (though letters/number keys are at least the same, but different locations for symbol buttons) and also not sure on the size of it as very little description: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Microsoft-Bluetooth-Mobile-Keyboard-5000/dp/B00GX5JG56/ Slightly cheaper on eBay: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/293065235497
Voted hot for the price.... But, I bought this in Feb and its a terrible mouse to hold / use.. If you can live with the too flat design it is a bargain. I consigned it to a drawer and bought a tecknet bluetooth mouse.
I have the black one. It's quite comfortable to hold although I only use it for short periods so it doesn't exacerbate my tendinitis.
Have one of these cannot fault it even after a few hours of work
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I love Trust mice, they're the most resilient thing I ever used... ...however their software isn't great and their support is attrocious. My final communcation with them: Email1: "Hi, after I create a Macro on window 1, I can't assign it to window 2" Reply1: "You need to create a Macro on window 1" Email2: "I did, but I don't see the option to assign to a mouse button on window 2" Reply2: "You need to assign it on window 2" Email3: (with screenshot) "As I said, I don't have that option on window 2 Reply3: "Then you need to create the Macro first on window 1" Email4: (with screenshot) "I have created a Macro on window 1!" Reply4: "Now assign it on window 2" Email5: (with mutiple screenshots) "I have created the Macro on window 1, it won't allow me to assign it on window 2! See? The option is not there!" Reply5: "It's because you need to create the Macro first on window 1" Around the 8th email I gave up, and ended my 10 year run with Trust mice.
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I went with G Pro and its really good. No complaints - not sure about G703, I dint like the design. Not for me.
I really like it and the charging mouse pad combo is great. Unfortunately this mouse always develops clicking issues after about 6 months.
I bought a few from Logitech - DO NOT TRUST THEIR MOUSES, atrociously uncomfortable design and PRONE TO BREAKING; cheap in every damn way. Joysticks? Yes. Wheels?
Me too but 2 times didn’t bother for 3rd time!
I've sent this mouse 3 times back to Amazon (via logitech support) for warranty. Problem is always the same: holding the mouse button registers random double clicks. I really like this mouse, but this issue is annoying.
I'd get another G by Logitech. Have the G305 and it's excellent. Right size, light and precise. Here on deal at money for £30, is a no brainer IMO; smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07CGPZ3ZQ/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_dl_N02M51VM8ZX5XR3AEN9Z?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Tbh optical is actually the superior choice for gaming. You'll find all decent gaming mice use optical sensors.
Is this USB C?
A poor mans version, maybe. Less buttons, non programmable.
I’m using a g502 wired version at the moment,, needed something wireless without spending alot
Double click issues wouldnt buy this without an extended warranty
With the Logitech one the mouse can be left anywhere on the mat and in theory charges as you use it. What's not immediately clear is that the mouse itself does not contain a wireless charging receiver. That comes with the Powerplay mat. The mouse itself has a puck in the base that you can insert weights into. With the powerplay mat, you bin that puck and use the supplied one. I bought a powerplay mouse mat but it was defective and didn't look very robust so it went back and I found that Qi puck on Aliexpress instead, which isn't cheap but costs less than the powerplay system. With the Corsair mouse mat (or other Qi charger) you just have to remember to park the mouse over the charger every so often. OK not as convenient as the powerplay but better than fiddling with the micro USB charging port which I find is too far recessed and a rather tight fit!
I use the charging mat with it (overpriced but got it on half price sale) and yeah it pretty much covers the whole mat. Nice to just never have to worry about charging at all.
Oh that's wicked. Does the logitech one charge all over the mat?
Heat OP! I just bought the Orochi V2 otherwise would have gone for this. But if the superlight comes down at anytime, I will buy it!
If you look online for an application called "OnboardMemoryManager" you can setup your mouse without the clutter of the rgb and stuff. Its what they use at LAN's to setup everyones mice quickly.
Thanks OP, ordered.
Excellent mouse, only thing which is to be expected is that you will get shine marks where your fingers make contact as you rub off the matt finish but it's just cosmetic. It's very light, responsive, charge lasts ages, and it charges very quickly. Highly recommended at this price.
Flow seems to work with 2s and 3 and not the older mx 2. I have the 2 and 3 of this version so can't comment on the 2s. I prefer the scroll wheel on the 2 being a button to turn on the fast scroll option, the 3 doesn't use the scroll wheel as a button for this and it's just a matter of rolling it faster to engage fast scroll. I also find the weight to be better in the 2 over the 3, possibly my imagination but it seems a little heavier and more solid as a result. The 3 also has some more software options you can set in it's profile for example horizontal scroll in excel. If you aren't interested in USB C, flow and the extra profile options then I'd go with what ever is best value.
Brilliant mouse, used for years. Recommended
Have the master version, but you sold me. *orders whilst cursing your name*
I've used this wired mouse for over a year now and find it very precise - better than several wireless and bluetooth mice I've used. I'd recommend it if you have a spare USB port or adaptor. Also available from Argos at the same price (£6.99)
Ergonomics and features of the mouse are great, especially for a designer like myself with good software integration, but the low polling rate and input lag of the 125hz sensor was a deal breaker for me. Having higher refresh rate monitors and being used to using a 1k sensor mouse, the sluggishness really shows on the MX which can break up workflow. I really wanted to like it. Just wish Logitech hadn’t been cheap and put a Hero sensor in there, which at the usual RRP I’d expect it to have.
Yep second that, I’m using mine for work and because of restrictions I has to ask IT to install their unifying exe which now picks up both mouse and keyboard from one usb! (nerd)
Yes it does, well mine does anyway. They all use the Logitech Receiver which is really good actually. I use the receiver I have on the MX Keys for one laptop and the receiver I received from the Master 3 on a desktop and they all work well with quick swap also.
Does the MX keys USB receiver work with this mouse? Since it doesn't come with a receiver.
Had two terrible experiences with Amazon warehouse and Razer mice. Firstly ordered a like new Deathadder V2 Pro to receive a well used and dirty OG wired Razer. Complained and got a refund but then ordered a like new Deathadder V2 and received an old definitely not like new Deathadder elite. Have given up now. Don't know who is in charge of their stock QC but something is very wrong.
I'll hold off my purchase then. Always been a G Pro fan, but tried the wired Viper Ultimate in their store and liked the shape. Wlil wait for a better deal :D
Got this for £55 like new with the charging dock from the warehouse deals a couple of weeks ago. It’s a fantastic mouse, upgraded from a Glorious Model O- and it’s a clear better option, for wireless gaming I’d say this is very easy to use and simple