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While I understand a lot of gamers are chasing new features and might replace their mouse or gaming rig after three years, I don't usually spend $120 on a mouse. There are mice from the 80's that still click and mouse click action isn't nearly as critical to me as keyboard keys. Overall, I was hoping this would be an investment. There's wireless hardware, there's a rechargeable battery, there's a lot of plastic, a set of weights and most of it isn't going to a landfill because Logitech failed to use sturdy left & right buttons. I also don't think the DPI you get on this mouse is even noticeable to humans, it's kind of like hi-fi audio gear.
I have had two of these now and I really do like the mouse. Battery life is good, feel is good, accuracy is good. My only issue with the mouse is quality. The first one I got the scroll wheel within a couple weeks started to spin freely without any resistance as though it was just a free spinning bearing. I was able to return and replace on amazon with no hassle at all. The second one I got worked great for almost 2 years but now the left click only works sometimes. I have not really used the mouse that much where it should be having issues like this. I have older mice that I have had for 15 years and they still work just the same as the day I bought them. It really is disappointing to me since I do really like the mouse but cant see spending $100 plus on another one with the quality issues I have seen.
a great mouse, until the "double-clicking" starts. by double clicking I mean, you click once, and two clicks happen... or you hold down left button (to highlight some text maybe) and get random clicks while holding down the button. I sent the first one back as it was under warranty, and got as new one in return. It was also a great mouse, until the double clicking started... its not that bad at first, and you live with it for a while. until you cant. I've never bought a mouse that performed this poorly. I don't know if its still under warranty, but I don't care. I bought a new mouse today (not made by logitech). good ridance!
As with basically every recent review for this mouse, I've experienced the double clicking issue with every mouse of this type that I've interacted with. I bought two of them a while ago, one for desktop and one for my laptop. The desktop mouse developed the double click problem, so I RMA'd it. I used my laptop mouse on my desktop during that time period, and it too developed the problem. Then the RMA'd mouse developed the problem again. I ended up opening up the mouse and replacing the switches myself, but this is ridiculous. The switches barely last a year. It's a great feeling mouse while it works, which makes it really sad that it's so consistently faulty. Don't waste your money and time.
I have had my mouse for roughly a year now. While it has been a great mouse since, it just recently started to double-click on a single click every other click or so. This is very annoying. The issue seems to be the microswitch. I will now end up replacing that switch by an Omron D2F-01 switch myself. Not really a sign of high end quality for a high end price.