Gamers, people who need more precision, anyone doing more professional work especially in art and design, or people in high productivity workspaces where speed. Trackpads are convenient and good for causal use but that's about it.Mouse?
is this piece on antique hardware? I upgraded to a Mac in 2011, went with track pad after a little reticence, and being convinced by my daughter who worked for Apple. Never looking back. Its like touch, but without reaching cross the screen, and no smudges on your beautiful display. Mouse? yah, so 90s.
something like this with a 3360 sensor probablyI want 4 big buttons on the side.
I recently stopped using my G400 (same body as MX 518, just older) and I replaced it with the new G MX518. It's pretty good. Love this mouse style the most. Also have a G502 and a G700s that I could never really get into. Glad they re-made the MX 518.Still using a 10+ year-old MX 518. Best mouse I've ever owned.
I had my G502 doing the double-clicky after about 3 years and it wasn't the switch but actually the tension spring that went out of shape. Bent it back into shape and it's good as new.How much did Logitech pay for this article?
No, seriously, if you do a google search for "logitech doubleclick" you'll find hundreds, if not thousands, of people complaining about practically all of their mice doubleclicking; either new out of box, or a few months down the line.
There is a massive design flaw with their mice that are 10m+ click rated (typically 50m), because they use D2F-C switches instead of regular D2F Japanese switches. The C means Chinese, they rated for more clicks, yet have far lower tolerances and suffer issues, even right out of the factory.
RMAing your mice can do nothing. Buying a new one can do nothing. This affects the cheapest mice from $20, or the most expensive up to $150 designed for "pro gamers". Last I checked, pro gamers can't have their mice multi-clicking, as it could cost them thousands of $$$ at a tournament.
I've personally owned a G900, 4 G903's, and a PRO Wireless. All $150 mice. All multi-click. Both the regular and side buttons (but typically regular). And the G90x all have scroll wheel wobble issues to varying degrees. My G900 lasted the longest (about a year), and it was the lowest rated clicks one. Half of my 903's doubleclicked within the first week.
The only workaround is to buy replacement D2F switches and resolder them yourself; something not many people want or even know how to do.