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Logitech 910-003820

Logitech 910-003820
alaScore 89

39 reviews

May, 2015

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 39 reviews of Logitech 910-003820. The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices for all reviews. People are impressed by the durability and design. The price and size also get good feedback, but comments are divided on the reliability.

usability, size, price, design, durability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the Logitech 910-003820 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Consumer review by: andros anon (newegg.com)

excellent no-kitsch wireless gaming mouse

 

a back up wired capability would net it a full 5 eggs in my purely personal opinion. I'd call it the best mouse of all time if it had a rechargeable, removable battery pack. there's always compromises, however, and this is a very well executed mouse.

build quality ; tactile surfaces ; battery life ; layout ; no silly lights

more options are always better

Apr, 2015

Consumer review by: Scott (newegg.com)

Brilliant Wireless Mouse

 

Believe the hype on the battery life. Been running one battery for 3 weeks of heavy usage, switching between performance and saving modes depending on the task at hand, and it's still above 50%. I believe it would accommodate any style grip as the size...

Optical ; Wireless ; Battery life is incredible in either polling mode ; Runs on one battery for a weight adjustment option ; Grip versatility ; Software is easy to use ; Nice feel ; Side Buttons and DPI buttons positioning ; Nice profile and looks...

2500 max DPI ; 2ms max polling ; Scroll Wheel ; DPI increments (read below)

Apr, 2015

Consumer review by: N/A (newegg.com)

No Lag, Loooong Battery Life

 

If you're initial is "G", you'll love having this along with Logitech's G440 gaming mouse pad- friends will think it's a custom set.

Aesthetically, this thing is beautiful. Ergonomically, it's superb. It's big enough to house a fair number of buttons, but not gaudy big and hard to control ; I waited until I've had this mouse for about 6 months, so I can accurately report on battery...

The rear thumb buttons are a little hard to get at with a palm grip

Apr, 2015
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Consumer review by: N/A (newegg.com)

Whines like a spoild child

 

If you're initial is "G", you'll love having this along with Logitech's G440 gaming mouse pad- friends will think it's a custom set.

Aesthetically, this thing is beautiful. Ergonomically, it's superb. It's big enough to house a fair number of buttons, but not gaudy big and hard to control ; I waited until I've had this mouse for about 6 months, so I can accurately report on battery...

The rear thumb buttons are a little hard to get at with a palm grip

Apr, 2015

Consumer review by: Rich (newegg.com)

Blisters the first day

 

As a general mouse it's a bit pricey but very comfortable but if you're doing any gaming where you want to program the side buttons you probably want to look elsewhere.

Very smooth left and right mouse buttons and the shape is very comfortable

Side buttons are buggy, don't always work when programmed and after 2 hours of gaming with this mouse I have 2 blisters on my thumb because how hard you have to press them and having to repeatedly press them to get them to execute the function

Apr, 2015

Consumer review by: Rich (newegg.com)

Whines like a spoild child

 

As a general mouse it's a bit pricey but very comfortable but if you're doing any gaming where you want to program the side buttons you probably want to look elsewhere.

Very smooth left and right mouse buttons and the shape is very comfortable

Side buttons are buggy, don't always work when programmed and after 2 hours of gaming with this mouse I have 2 blisters on my thumb because how hard you have to press them and having to repeatedly press them to get them to execute the function

Apr, 2015

Consumer review by: Fluffy (newegg.com)

Great mouse!

 

I bought this mouse to finally step up my game. I'm rarely every unhappy with a Logitech product and this hasn't let me down.

Great value ; Sturdy construction. I use it for everything, not just gaming. It feels high quality and I don't see any signs of wear after 8 months of non-stop use ; The easy to reach DPI buttons make shifting on the fly a snap. Makes sniping in FPS...

Booklet doesn't give you very much information about the mouse ; I have big thumbs and I sometimes hit the wrong thumb button. They're close together ; Battery life is okay. It's not the greatest, but I'm not complaining for a budget gaming mouse

Mar, 2015

Consumer review by: N/A (newegg.com)

Not too bad

 

For the price of the mouse ($80) I'd have expected a longer life from all of the clicking functions. I have had much cheaper mice that have lasted longer (until I do something stupid like spill super glue on them). However, for the abuse that the mouse...

Extremely comfortable even for my large hands. It is very hard to find a mouse that I can use comfortably, as most mice feel too small and dainty, but this mouse is large enough and sculpted well enough that I can use it with almost no fatigue ; Fun...

I've had this mouse for more than a year. In that time this mouse takes abuse from gaming, school and work. School and work involve a huge amount of CAD work, 3d modeling, post-production and graphic design, so finding a mouse that can take that much...

Jan, 2015

Consumer review by: Mark (newegg.com)

Best mouse for the price

 

When I first wielded this beast it felt so heavy in my hands I just used one battery. But this feeling goes away over time as your strength grows. I use it with a Razer speed mouse pad and it works well with the switchable dpi

I have a large hand and this mouse fits perfectly to my hand ; Takes 2 AA batteries (i use sayno eneloop) and it can run only on ; to decrease weight ; adjust your dpi on the fly ; 6 programmable buttons ; I did not buy it new instead It was bought...

no free scrolling mouse scroller

Jan, 2015

Consumer review by: Veleriphon (newegg.com)

Logitech G602 wireless mouse

 

This is the current-make closest LG mouse that, for the most part, basically IS the older MX1100, which I'm saddened to know will never be made again. Time and again, I find myself attempting to hit the back and forward buttons with my thumb, only to...

Familiar design, comfortable hand position, ease of battery swap, plug and play for the most part. Darkfield laser technology is spiffy, as is the unified receiver

Sensor adjustment buttons seem a little too forward to me. The lack of in-box software is also foreign. It lacks the left/right function in the wheel, and the free-running wheel option, too

Nov, 2014
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