Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse (Black)
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- MicroGear Precision scroll wheel operates in two distinct modes, allowing you to scroll faster and with more precision than ever before
- SmartShift technology automatically applies the best scrolling mode for the application you're using
- Document quick flip lets you move effortlessly between documents and applications
- Integrated search button connects instantly to your preferred search engine
- Precise laser technology and a rechargeable battery
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and large hands Ergonomics and Design The first thing you'll notice about the MX Revolution is the distinct shape, which is very reminiscent of a cresting wave. Fortunately, the design does more than look good. The mouse feels great in small and large hands, and the curved channel--which accommodates the thumb nicely--makes it easy to use the document "Quick Flip" dial on the side of the mouse. Above the Quick Flip control you'll find a pair of thin, customizable buttons that by default operate as forward and back controls for Web pages.
Amazon.com Product Description World´s most advanced mouse.
Smarter, faster, and fully-loaded, the MX Revolution gives you powerful new controls that will streamline the way you work. Logitech´s innovative MicroGear Precision Scroll Wheel lets you fly through long documents at hyperspeed, or switch to precise click-to-click scrolling for navigating lists, slides, and image collections. Toggle between open documents with the convenient Quick-Flip thumb wheel, or search the Web by highlighting a word or phrase and pressing the Search button.
New, revolutionary, hyper-fast scroll wheel
A new concept in PC navigation, the MicroGear Precision Scroll Wheel operates in two distinct modes, allowing you to scroll faster and with more precision than ever before:
|Hyper-fast scrolling |
Fly through long documents at hyperspeed. Shift to precise click-to-click scrolling, to navigate lists, slides, and image collections.
|SmartShift technology |
MX Revolution detects your current application and automatically applies the scrolling mode that best fits the task at hand.
|Document quick-flip |
Move effortlessly between documents. Cut and paste between applications, compare documents, or check e-mail.
|Touch to search |
Highlight a word or phrase and press the search button to instantly display results from your favorite search engine.
|Rechargeable Li-ion battery |
Never worry about replacing batteries. A four-stage battery level meter lets you know when to recharge.
|Cordless Laser |
Full-speed USB wireless technology and state-of-the-art laser engine deliver absolute precision and control.
Top Customer Reviews
If you loved this mouse, you probably will not have the same love for the new version.
Sadly this mouse is discontinued, but someones a lightly used model will come up now and then, that you can get for a steal. I will be purchasing a few of these incase my current one breaks. I love this mouse and havent founda better one out there.
I love the Hyper-Speed wheel, its so precise and lets you zoom through documents with ease. The clicks are very precise and movement across the screen with the mouse is even more precise, and there are options in the setpoint software to customize this experience further.
I've used my MX every single day, except for a few days (Read below to find out why), since December, 5th 2016. I've never had to do any maintenance to my MX. I've never even had to replace the battery. It could probably used one, though. It gives 10ish days of battery now. It used to be about a month, if I remember correctly.
I bought many mice over the last ~6 years expecting to find something better because of the advancement of technology in general. I even gave it away to a family member after a thought I found a replacement. 3 days later I asked for it back and traded the $200 "replacement" for my MX. I was so very happy to have it back.
Basically, I'm saying that this obscure peripheral with a cult following might just be one of the best products over the last 10 years.
If you find one, get it... Time is running short and so is the stock of the discontinued MX Revolution.
-Fantastic Omron switches on the clicks- these are quality, long-lasting Japanese switches
-Feeling in the hand is amazing
-The scroll wheel is fantastic to use-- far better than the MX Master's
-Generally tracks well (if you get a good one)
-Adaptable to most situations
-User serviceable, if you've got the know-how
-Requires a charging cradle to charge up
-Cannot connect with a wire to computer-- must use a dedicated wireless dongle
-Cannot use "Unifying" recievers-- uses dedicated dongle
-Requires software to get the most out of the mouse
-Prices are generally outrageous. Shop around, get a good used one
-Battery life's a bit inconsistent- turn it off at night
All in all, the mouse is amazing. It's not worth $400, but it's a great mouse if you can score a quality used one. Just be careful with the dongle-- Logitech doesn't make or sell replacements anymore.
I bought this mouse in 2010 because I really liked the way it sits in your hand. It's very comfortable and has many buttons that are done well. Most mice just sprinkle buttons all over but they are very distinct. With the earlier drivers, you were able to set so many cook tasks or key presses to the buttons. This was before the software we have now. I used this mouse for 4 years before finally switching to the G700. 1 G700's wireless receiver fried and they sent a second. The MX revolution has served me without question for many many years and as long as any issues are serviceable, I won't give it up.
+Many buttons. The second wheel isn't really a wheel so much as a spring loaded roller to activate 2 switches. The main scroll wheel can tilt to add 2 more buttons.
+Extremely comfortable. The G700 tries but there is something about the revolution that is amazing in the hand.
+Brilliant charge indicator
+Nice little dock
+Easy for small DIY repairs - I have had to fix some exposed wires on the dock from a bad fall (My Fault) and many users have done videos on replacing batteries and micro switches. I can see this mouse still working in 10 years.
- It's a bit heavy but I personally don't mind that at all.
-Some of the surfaces have not aged as well as I would have hoped. After 6 years (how dare you make a mouse that lasts this long Logitech), some of the coatings are wearing off.
In closing, would I pay 500 bucks for a new one? Not a damn chance... Would I consider buying one used for around 70-110? Absolutely. It's sad to say that I really feel like Logitech has let their bean counters ruin their products. I say this as someone who has many Logitech products that when made, where the best on the market and have lasted. My TV/Media pc runs through a set of Logitech Z680's that sound absolutely awesome. I love these so much, that when I burnt an internal fuse (Also my fault) on 2 different occasions, I completely disassembled the amp and replaced the fuses.
I really do hope Logitech finds their roots and starts making the amazing hardware built to last that they once did. I still have a 518 that works after many drops...Having a G700 burn out the receiver after 8 months of use is unacceptable from a company that has made so many amazing products. They honored the warranty and replaced it though.
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