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Can toggle between two cursor tracking speeds.
Scroll wheel can toggle between freewheel and ratcheted modes.
Comfortable in the hand.
Lots of buttons.
Great scroll wheel.
Multiple scrolling modes.
May be too big for smaller hands.
May be too heavy for younger hands.
No mouse recharger.
Lag noticeable at low speeds.
Size and weight may be too much mouse in small hands.
No charging deck.
Spam in the installer.
Useless default button tasks.
By Icrontic on May 15, 2009
I love her big, sexy curves To My Mouse, Like most people on this forum I have a thing for PC peripherals, whether it be keyboards (like the Apple Pro aluminum keyboard I so enjoy), mice, mousepads, or even speakers. Therefore, when I saw that...-
By Phoronix on April 10, 2009
The Logitech MX1100 is a large, comfortable mouse that is cordless and works with Linux. There is not much more that you can ask for if you are simply after a desktop mouse. The Logitech MX1100 Cordless Laser Mouse though is expensive at about $80...-
By Web User on March 01, 2009
Rechargeable wireless mice arent for everyone. You need to keep them docked into their charger when not in use and its the charger that can often push up their price. This particular Logitech mouse shaves a good £20 off the MX Revolutions price by...100
By Macworld on September 24, 2008
The more I use the MX 1100, the more I appreciate its design and features. It’s big and beefy, and some may not find the ergonomic design comfortable. But I’ve found that the MX 1100 is one of the best input devices I’ve used....90
By DigitalVersus on September 15, 2008
The Logitech MX1100 replaces an old favorite of ours, the MX1000.Same old, same old ...This new mouse recreates the formidable size, heavy frame and refined handling of the earlier model, and is manufactured using the same quality materials. ...100
By Geek.com on September 08, 2008
Logitech is one of the big names in input devices so when they put out a new product at or near the top of their line computer users pay attention. Their new MX1100 mouse is the long-awaited follow-up to the acclaimed MX1000. Of course, that was four...-
By Skatter Tech on September 04, 2008
Late last month, Logitech announced the MX 1100 Cordless Laser mouse. It can be seen as an upgrade to the MX Revolution, which was probably the “king” of wireless mice, but had been on the market for over a year without any updates. The MX...-
By I4U on August 25, 2008
The Logitech MX 1100 cordless mouse is great for the majority of computer users. The bit of lag the mouse fights could annoy some users....80
By PC Mag on August 25, 2008
REVIEW The Logitech MX1100 Cordless Laser Mouse, the newest addition to the MX line of performance mice, is bulky, heavy (5.55 ounces with two AA batteries)—and comfortable. Although tailored to general-purpose computing, its versatile enough for...-
By Gizmodo on August 22, 2008
Our favorite mouse yet. The exterior is totally molded to fit your hand with very cozy grooves for the thumb, ring and pinkie. Like the MX Revolution, it's missing the fast scroll buttons found in the MX1000, but makes up for it with the fast...-