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Logitech 910-003820

Logitech 910-003820
alaScore 89

83 reviews

May, 2016

alaTest has collected and analyzed 83 reviews of Logitech 910-003820. The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices for all reviews. People are impressed by the design and reliability. The durability and size are also mentioned favorably, but there are some mixed views about the price.

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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: Brian G. (newegg.com)

The best wireless mouse i've seen!

 

I always get logitech mouses and my last one i played a lot with(2-3 yrs)and still works great but i want a new mouse with more buttons :) For the cons you absolutely need logitech software.If you don't use this software you lost G6 button in games. I...

-solid -a lot of buttons -heavy -good price

-you lost G6 button in games without logitech software

Mar, 2016

Consumer review by: Brian G. (newegg.com)

The best wireless mouse i've seen!

 

I always get logitech mouses and my last one i played a lot with(2-3 yrs)and still works great but i want a new mouse with more buttons :) The cons is because G6 doesn't work because it's only to ckeck the battery so you absolutely need logitech...

-solid -fit perfectly with my hand -a lot of buttons -good dpi -heavy

-button G6 is useless -you absolutely need logitech software4

Mar, 2016

Consumer review by: Zach S. (newegg.com)

Great Mouse!`

 

Easily changeable DPI which is great for FPS and others where you need to slow down your DPI. Great ergonomics. Plenty of buttons for programming. DPI changes work without software installation.

Buttons can only be programmed with software installed and running constantly.

Feb, 2016

Consumer review by: DJ (newegg.com)

Wow.

 

Was not sure about all the buttons at first. Well worth it. Even for office work this is great. Ergonomic, fast, adjustable cursor speed on the fly. Power saving mode lasts forever. Gaming mode keeps up in real time.

One of the sliders on the bottom has pointy corners. They hung on something and once bent, stayed bent. A little glue underneath the ends fixed it. Not enough to take off an egg, but this should not happen.

Feb, 2016

Consumer review by: Nick M. (newegg.com)

Great wireless gaming mouse

 

Programmable buttons, works great along side my G13 Gamepad

After 3 years the left mouse button started missing clicks and/or double clicking. I'm not sure I really got the advertised 20 million clicks out of it...as that would have me averaging about 18,000 clicks/day ;-P But, I like it well enough that I'm...

Feb, 2016

Consumer review by: Weseley S. (newegg.com)

Great mouse... while it lasts.

 

Yeah I bought this as best buy when I got my first job about a year or so ago for about 80/90 bucks while it was on sale. and it only took a couple days for my hang to get adjusted to it, but of course managed to knock the tip of the usb off so now the...

Insane battery life, I swear I can game constantly everyday for a month before I need to change batteries didn't take long for my hang to get accustomed to this mouse comfortable decently priced for how long it works stays working for a while

the buttons on the side haven't served me much use and can be rough on your thumb i've seen people say it crapped out on them in about a month, mine took about a year. USB is really brittle and managed to knock the tip off after a couple weeks

Jan, 2016

Consumer review by: Devin G. (newegg.com)

2nd Mouse, 2nd Problem

 

Normally I love Logitech products, but lately I'm starting to question their quality. My first run-in with issues was with an old MX Revolution scroll wheel that had trouble toggling back to regular scroll mode from smooth mode, requiring a light tap...

Great feel Ergonomic design reduces wrist/hand strain Programmable Buttons Wireless - Long battery Life (rechargeable AA 1-2 months) Usable with a single battery even though it takes two Software supports per-program button assignments (Can make the...

Past Order: Weak middle-mouse button click (scroll is fine but button mechanism is of lower quality) Current order: Missing on/off switch extender that allows tool-less toggling Non-issue: Not internally rechargeable if using rechargeable batteries...

Jan, 2016

Consumer review by: Anonymous (newegg.com)

Was great until the connection for the batteries died out due to cheap innards.

 

It's a nice mouse on the outside, seems to have a nice design and I enjoyed it while It lasted, which wasn't very long.

Cheap insides. Makes me feel like Logitech is really going downhill. I wouldn't expect the problem I had to exist in their products.

Jan, 2016

Consumer review by: Anonymous (newegg.com)

Absolute Garbage

 

Not only would I not recommend it, I am informing all of my students to never even consider this product.

It was a decent mouse for about a month.

I am normally not so negative about a product, but this one really bothered me. Such a simple thing failed - the usb receiver became intermittent and eventually failed. The problem is that this happened within one month of purchasing the mouse, and...

Jan, 2016

Consumer review by: David W. (newegg.com)

Is this really wireless? Is this really Logitech?

 

So I lost 2/5 bars of battery after a few weeks with performance mode always on (totally legit). Decided it was time to upgrade and I found myself at the checkout with Energizer Ultimate Lithium AAs (research tells me these last longest). Only popped...

Ever heard of battery life? Or clean connection? Or solid build?

What's this con word people keep asking me about?

Jan, 2016