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post #61 of 103
but will it blend?
post #62 of 103
The MX510 is a great mouse. The new MX and VX mice fron logitech are better in my opinion, but on the cheap, the MX510 is the best.
post #63 of 103
Thread Starter 
I got my MX510 today...WOW!!! I love it!

EDIT: bad news...mouse button one works sometimes, most of the times it doesn't.
post #64 of 103
Email logitech, send it back, get it repaired.
post #65 of 103
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Originally Posted by Joshatdot View Post
I got my MX510 today...WOW!!! I love it!

EDIT: bad news...mouse button one works sometimes, most of the times it doesn't.
I had that problem with the right mouse button on my G5 (it was refurbished though). I sent to back to the seller on Amazon.co.uk and got a replacement which has been working perfectly since. The problem is caused by the contact pad wearing out through continued clicking.
post #66 of 103
I can vouch for Logitech MX1000. Iv'e had mine for 18 months or so and never had an issue, all the extra buttons are very handy when they are programmed how you want, I can minimize, maximise, close windows, go forward or back through browser windows, page up, page down etc. Fit's my hand perfect, very comfy. Battery lasts weeks and recharges quick.

If my dog ate it, (entirely possible) I would buy the same one.

I have the MX 3000 keyboard too, ok, but the keys don't have nice a feel as some other keyboards, sometimes they feel slightly sticky, like there is some friction there, but they never fail to work.

I haven't tried any of the new top end mouses though.
post #67 of 103
Thread Starter 
I sent a message to the eBay seller, she said to DL and use MouseWare 9.80. If that didn't fix the problem, she would send me another one.
post #68 of 103
Thread Starter 
GUH! the replacement MX510 had a faulty wheel mouse, it was "skipping" (or not scrolling down) all the time. They didn't have any more MX510's for another replacement.

But they had MX518's, and they were $5 cheeper! I hope to get that replacement this week.
post #69 of 103
Thread Starter 
In order starting from Best, list the Razer mice.

Don't buy any mice from bestusaprice4u ALL OF THEIR MICE are poorly "refurbished".
post #70 of 103
Quote:
Originally Posted by Joshatdot View Post
In order starting from Best, list the Razer mice.

Don't buy any mice from bestusaprice4u ALL OF THEIR MICE are poorly "refurbished".

Deathadder (by a long shot)
Diamondback/Krait



Copperhead (worste by a long shot)
post #71 of 103
Man have you guys seen the new Logitech G9?
post #72 of 103
Yeah, that's the mouse Darth Vader uses for checking his email.

(Wow, *what* happened to smooth, sculpted forms?)
post #73 of 103
Logitech MX518. I find Razer mice to be uncomfortable, unwieldy, and twice as expensive.
post #74 of 103
the new logitech with the two grip types looks pretty slick, but I like the g15 revision better

I also got the ram info for my copper head...
post #75 of 103
best mouse i have ever used, the one im currently using is a Logitec MouseMan Wheel. i find it comfy, and very nice, though a little outdated
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