Top positive review
6 people found this helpful
Best of the Bunch
on February 18, 2013
I've owned three wireless mouses (mice? meeses?). Let me just say, from the get-go that I'm not a violent person. I try to avoid confrontations of any kind. I'm a programmer who prefers to work from my home office.
I purchased my first Microsoft wireless mouse several years ago. It often failed to connect. Finally, when I really needed to connect to my computer and make rapid progress, it failed me once again. I threw the garbage across the office and it broke against the wall. While waiting for the delivery of my second Microsoft mouse, I used an old wired mouse.
When the second Microsoft mouse arrived, I knew immediately that it was worse then the original, and I lamented my temper tantrum. After a few years of constant glitches and resets, this mouse also ended up as garbage imploded on my office wall.
By this point in time. I had other options than Microsoft. This new Logitech mouse performs seamlessly, across every platform I have. No resets. No Problems. It's simply plug-and-play.
I love it!
It's exactly what it's supposed to be. A wireless mouse that works. No resets. Just right.
Highly recommended, because it works across all platforms. 64-bit. 32-bit. It doesn't matter. It simply works.
Just like a mouse is supposed to do.
Now, Microsoft is introducing their Brand of computers. I ask you. If Microsoft can't get their software to work. If Microsoft can't get a damn mouse to work! Then is it wise to buy a Microsoft-made COMPUTER?
As a software designer. I'll be steering clear of Microsoft hardware in the future. They can hardly get their software to work!