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- Rapid-charging base station makes sure the mouse is always ready, and the lithium-ion battery never needs replacing
- Universal page forward and back, plus an application switch that quickly moves between open windows
- Wheel tilts for side-to-side scrolling
- Cruise Control rocker for speed-scrolling up and down, and zoom with a click of the wheel
- Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, Me, XP, and Macintosh OS X and higher
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From the Manufacturer
If you thought smooth tracking optical sensors were an advancement over mechanical ball-based mice, let us introduce you to the mouse that takes precision and performance to a whole new level: the Logitech MX1000 Laser Cordless Mouse, the world's first laser mouse.
Laser vs. Optical
Now optical is obsolete. And your computing experience will never be the same.
20X Tracking Power
In tests on these demanding surfaces, the invisible laser light reveals 20 times greater detail when compared to its LED-based counterparts.
The result is the MX1000 Laser Cordless Mouse, a next-generation mouse that harnesses precision laser light to track on surfaces where optical mice falter.
Top Customer Reviews
After another reviewer mentioned it here, I did notice that the "scrolling focus" behaves differently in different applications. In my case, Internet browsing is probably where I'd see that the most. But, Mozilla Firefox behaves "properly." So, I'm ok. Since this behavior depends on the application, I'm guessing that it's a difference in how the applications are coded and not something to do with the mouse. Purely conjecture, though.
Again, surprisingly, I highly recommend this mouse.
I got the mouse home, installed it, installed the software and went to test it on some games. I noticed I couldn't assign a lot of the buttons as I could with the MS mouse until I remembered how I solved the problem with that one. I closed / disabled the software for the mouse and could immediately assign the buttons as usual. Not the best solution in the world but it works and the mouse is still fully usable. The responsiveness was a lot better than the MS mouse and worked on a few surfaces I could never use the optical mouse on. Polished surfaces, a 3D effect mousepad and even the arm of my chair. Battery life is very good so far and I like the indicator lights on the side as well as the ability to turn the mouse off to save the battery. It fits well in my hand and tracks well for me despite what I've read in other reviews.
I've not experienced the 'wobble' that others have found, I assume that it's a production issue that Logitech will resolve as time goes on but is something to think about if you're considering buying this mouse. Tracking issues, again I have none but some other reviews here are from people who claim to have them. Again I'm going to say this is probably due to early production batches having problems with Logitech to blame for wanting to get the product out there fast.
The main reason I'm doing this review though is a review by a "Robert Y. Loh" who lists problems such as lifting it from a surface, trying to use it again and experience delays. Well...Read more ›
Up front: If you are an EXTREME gamer or relying on this for many hours of professional photo editing - other specialized mice may better suit your needs. Wired opticals usually work best for intense games and very small, light mice are best for hours of fine photo editing. (The MX1000 is the same weight as the MX700 but 6oz is a lot of mass to push around all day pixel-by-pixel editing photos even thought the MX1000 has bigger slide pads on the base and moves more easily than the MX700.) And by the way, mice are easy to change. I have on occasion put on a $10 1oz mouse just for a day to do 10 hours of photo restoration.
As for the MX1000 in general:
Great feel, super responsive, good placement of features (for a right-hander). IF you are coming from a mouse like the MX700 then this feels "turbocharged". You will LOVE IT! 21 day battery, no annoying red light, SMOOTH buttons, multiple scroll buttons, etc.
I waited 3 weeks after they came out to buy mine afer hearing a lot of mixed press on this mouse but finally just took the plunge. Very glad that I did. I spend a lot of time on the computer and this is making my life a lot easier. I feel like a child that just got a new toy for Christmas. Few pieces of computer hardware make me feel that way.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Heavy use after the first week without returning it to the charger. I bought this as I use a similar one at work. Comfortable and may never buy another style of mouse again. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mike
It has been over ten years since I've purchased this Laser Cordless Mouse(see screenshot of invoice bellow) and still running just like the day I bought it!! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Keep It Real
I have had this mouse for well over a decade and still love it. I dismantle every few years to clean out gunk and adjust the copper click spring, but with some maintenance this... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Christopher Adams
I got this mouse at the beginning of January 2007. I am still using it to help write this review. Best mouse I ever had. Read morePublished 10 months ago by James J. Bjorkman
This remains the best mouse ever made, for any general use or gaming.There are seven programmable buttons, in addition to the scroll wheel, middle click, RB and LB. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Dan F
I Have owned this mouse now for many years, infact it has been with me through several house moves, thats how long i've owned it. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mr. I. T. Howe
Believe it or not.......my hubby still uses this and even though I offered to buy him a new one......he likes this one and refuses another until this dies!