Article 10 - Logitech Performance MX Review

Logitech has produced another fine product. The mouse fits well in a mid to large sized hand. I like it, and I will go over some of its features and strong points.

The mouse is very similar to its predecessor but unlike it, there is no scroll wheel for the thumb. To be honest, the thumb scroll wheel was uncomfort, so I like the new design. Instead, Logitech replaced the left side with a chrome rim. It looks sleek.

With the new mouse, Logitech introduced Darkfield, which is their design to enable the mouse to be used on a variety of surfaces. The mouse itself works well on a mouse pad, but I have also used it on other surfaces. The Logitech Performance MX has worked well on top of a ceramic or wooden table such as a dining table. I have even used it on top of the pages of a textbook. It also worked flawlessly. So, the mouse has a good tracking system.

The packaging also comes with a unifying receiver. This receiver is very small, so once you plug it into your usb connector, you will probably forget about it. It is very portable, and you can even carry your mobile device around with it plugged in. The speciality of this unifying receiver is that it allows for any supported Logitech wireless devices to use it as well, which frees up other usb ports.

The mouse itself has two buttons, left and right clicks. In between those, there is a scroll wheel, and underneath that is a button that enables or disables scroll locking. Without scroll locking, you can freely scroll the wheel, but with scroll locking, your wheel will turn in lock steps. There are also two buttons on the left side for the thumb, which are the forward and backwards buttons. Underneath those buttons is a zoom button. Honestly, I have never used the zoom button before. There is also a button designed for the thumb, where you can press on it gently. It is great for melee attacks in a shooting game.

There are three light indicators that show you the remaining battery. Three lights indicates near full battery, while one light indicates low battery. When your mouse is due for a recharge, the single green light is replaced with a red light. This is handy and prompts for a recharge in the near future.

It also sports a removable rechargable battery. Alternatively, you can leave the battery in the mouse, and charge through the mini usb located at the top of the mouse. This lets you continue using the mouse and charge it at the same time. It is very convenient.

The Logitech Performance MX mouse is a great mouse. It fits well and is very comfort. It looks great and supports many buttons. The mouse is not cheap, but I think it is worth the investment.

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