Windows 10: Sick of a cheap mouse that breaks? Consider the Microsoft Mouse 4000

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  1.    07 May 2018 #11

    Edwin said: View Post
    Still lovin my MX Master 2S...

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    Looks like a terrific upgrade to the MX Anywhere mouse, but... been seeing some reviews about issues:
    Amazon: Chosun said:
    Horrible support, and the product doesn't do what it claims. I like the mouse for the most part, but I paid the extra money for the utilization of the horizontal scroll wheel (I'm a developer, and that would make things easier), and it doesn't work at all. Reading up on the support forums, it seems like this is an ongoing issue that was never resolved, yet the product is still being sold. I tried reaching out to support, but all I get are automated replies, and offers to replace the mouse. I don't want to bother with a replacement if it's going to suffer from the same issue. Unfortunately, I waited too long to try to let Logitech correct things, and I've missed my window for returning the product to Amazon. I will contact them to let them know they're selling a product which has known issues which are not being addressed. It's sad because the mouse is actually pretty decent, and I also own a few Logitech devices, but I think this may be it for me with this company. I bought this to replace a different mouse that was suffering from the horrible "double-click" issue with a different Logitech mouse. Oh well, lesson learned.
    Amazon: sumac23 said:
    Experiencing connection issues on Bluetooth and Windows 10 Pro. OS sees Mouse and pairs after some trouble then it will not show pointer on the screen. Logitech forum indicates that others are having this same problem on Mac and Windows 10. Laptop goes to sleep and loses mouse connection and you can't get it back even with unpairing and repairing. Even Logitech's own software won't see the mouse when the OS says it is paired. It worked well when connected but intermittent use is like no use at all.
    How long have you had it and have you run into any issues?
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  2.    07 May 2018 #12

    cytherian said: View Post
    Looks like a terrific upgrade to the MX Anywhere mouse, but... been seeing some reviews about issues:


    How long have you had it and have you run into any issues?
    About six months, no issues.
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       07 May 2018 #13

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    Logitech m570 wireless trackballs here. I have worn out the click button on one of them playing FPS games. They aren't gaming devices so I'm not all that upset by that. Being an electronic tech, I just replaced the button myself with one from a Logitech mouse. Good as new again.
    Always a great Wireless Trackball used one for many years with no issues, i always used Razer Keypads or Xbox controllers for games.
    Now using the newest Logitech Trackball works great !
    https://www.logitech.com/en-us/produ...rackball-mouse
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  4.    07 May 2018 #14

    My Logitech MX Anywhere mouse (first version) started having the dreaded left-mouse double-click problem (single click can sometimes deliver a double-click). I tried the tip of applying some tape on the bottom of the pusher post, after lifting it up from the resting position. It sort of improved the reliability, but the unwanted double-click was still happening occasionally. In all other respects, an excellent mouse. If the tape doesn't work, the alternative is to take apart the mouse, de-solder the left mouse button, and solder in a replacement. As a last ditch effort, after taking apart the mouse to examine it for any possible visually evident faults, I took the opportunity to fully press down on the micro switch for the left mouse button a number of times, hoping it may clear out any carbon build-up (as the post that touches it doesn't go any further than the flush surface). I then applied a carefully cut double-segment of aluminum foil tape to the post, so it fits properly. That seems to have cured it, for now anyway.
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  5.    08 May 2018 #15

    jds63 said: View Post
    Always a great Wireless Trackball used one for many years with no issues, i always used Razer Keypads or Xbox controllers for games.
    Now using the newest Logitech Trackball works great !
    https://www.logitech.com/en-us/produ...rackball-mouse
    I can see me buying one of those in the very near future. I like a thumb ball track ball. Thanks for the link. =)
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  6.    08 May 2018 #16

    cytherian said: View Post
    My Logitech MX Anywhere mouse (first version) started having the dreaded left-mouse double-click problem (single click can sometimes deliver a double-click). I tried the tip of applying some tape on the bottom of the pusher post, after lifting it up from the resting position. It sort of improved the reliability, but the unwanted double-click was still happening occasionally. In all other respects, an excellent mouse. If the tape doesn't work, the alternative is to take apart the mouse, de-solder the left mouse button, and solder in a replacement. As a last ditch effort, after taking apart the mouse to examine it for any possible visually evident faults, I took the opportunity to fully press down on the micro switch for the left mouse button a number of times, hoping it may clear out any carbon build-up (as the post that touches it doesn't go any further than the flush surface). I then applied a carefully cut double-segment of aluminum foil tape to the post, so it fits properly. That seems to have cured it, for now anyway.
    That's what happens when switch wears out. For me it was the trigger button in FPS games. Replaced it once and its been fine since.
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       08 May 2018 #17

    Using Logitech M705 for 8 years already and not planning on replacing it anytime soon. Well worth it. :)
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  8. Posts : 51
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       08 May 2018 #18

    Geosammy said: View Post
    I've been using the Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum and love it.

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    I love mine as well. Great mouse.
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       08 May 2018 #19

    I have this and it works well for my needs.
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       08 May 2018 #20

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    I can see me buying one of those in the very near future. I like a thumb ball track ball. Thanks for the link. =)
    YW ! Look again it is a thumb ball trackball !
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