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The Logitech Performance MX features a clickable scroll wheel that also tilts left and right, the right and left mouse click buttons, a button behind the scroll wheel that locks / unlocks the scroll wheel, two thumb buttons on the left side with a third button labeled “Zoom” under them and finally another button "hidden" under the textured thumb rest area. A battery / DPI indicator is positioned on the mouse between where your thumb and pointer finger rest.
Nice and comfortable feel.
Great battery life.
Works on most surfaces.
Darkfield Laser Tracking Technology.
Logitech Unifying receiver.
Sculpted, right hand shape.
Flexible charging system.
Effortless hyperscrolling through long pages.
4 programmable thumb buttons.
To fully utilize the unifying receiver you need to upgrade your keyboard.
Too big for small hands.
Not designed for lefties.
Too big and heavy for some users.
Some button quirkiness.
Tracking not fast enough for gamers.
We kept misplacing that tiny transmitter.
Charges via USB MicroB cable instead of the cool cradle used by previous generation.
Still can't track on mirrors.
By TechSpot on June 11, 2010
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By DigitalVersus on March 22, 2010
Left-handers like it ... As strange as it may seem, this mouse, which has been entirely designed with right-handers in mind, isn't an anathema to left-handers.Tristan was so impressed by it that he insisted I point out how comfortable it was using...
By Mac|Life on March 04, 2010
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