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I have two Logtiech Nano mice; I think the super-small recievers are great for the laptop; and the mouse, while it's on the small side, is still pretty good for extended use, and performance is flawless. I'm intrigued by this new Logitech Performance Mouse MX, the larger and more ergonomic form factor look great, but… see more I have two Logtiech Nano mice; I think the super-small recievers are great for the laptop; and the mouse, while it's on the small side, is still pretty good for extended use, and performance is flawless. I'm intrigued by this new Logitech Performance Mouse MX, the larger and more ergonomic form factor look great, but I see multiple references to the battery life in days, maximum 1-2 weeks! after which you have to remember to plug it in. This seems like a major hastle; the batteries in my Logitech Nano mice literally last for months before I need to replace the batteries; like upwards of 6 months or even more. so much so that I can't remember when I've last replaced them. So even though it may not seem like a big deal at first to have to plug in this mouse to charge, when you compare having to plug it in every few days, or a week at max, to the Logitech Nano where you replace the batteries once every 4-6 months at minimum, for me that's a deal-breaker on this mouse. That's at least 4-6 months before you have to think about the power to your mouse vs. once every week or less. Any other thoughts? Are the comments on the very short battery life incorrect? see less I have two Logtiech Nano mice; I think the super-small recievers are great for the laptop; and the mouse, while it's on the small side, is still pretty good for extended use, and performance is flawless. I'm intrigued by this new Logitech Performance Mouse MX, the larger and more ergonomic form factor look great, but I see multiple references to the battery life in days, maximum 1-2 weeks! after which you have to remember to plug it in. This seems like a major hastle; the batteries in my Logitech Nano mice literally last for months before I need to replace the batteries; like upwards of 6 months or even more. so much so that I can't remember when I've last replaced them. So even though it may not seem like a big deal at first to have to plug in this mouse to charge, when you compare having to plug it in every few days, or a week at max, to the Logitech Nano where you replace the batteries once every 4-6 months at minimum, for me that's a deal-breaker on this mouse. That's at least 4-6 months before you have to think about the power to your mouse vs. once every week or less. Any other thoughts? Are the comments on the very short battery life incorrect?

asked on March 20, 2010

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