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Logitech 910-003820

alaTest has collected and analyzed 23 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the reliability and build quality are on the whole positive. The design and value for money are also appreciated. There are some critical views about the size.

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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.

Review analysis

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Very nice mouse with a very nice feel


Comes with batteries

Easy DPI switch for sensitivity and performance ; Great Shape ; Nice weight ; Excellent scroll wheel ; Looks sexy ; Easily portable/accessible ; Side buttons are easy to use ; Easy to clean ; Good price

Has slight trouble with black mousepads (though to be honest what laser mouse doesnt

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It probably cheap, acceptable price, and good feature wireless mouser out there. if you looking for a good gaming wireless mouse for way less than $100 go for this one you won't regret it


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Great mouse


Fits perfectly in my hand, cannot feel any lag being wireless, battery life is excellent. Great for any type of gaming

none so far


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Great Product!!!


Takes a little getting used to coming from an old three button mouse! :-P

Great feel, perfectly weighted, build quality, programmability, accuracy, performance. Uses standard AA batteries


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Very nice gaming mouse (my first G mouse)


In order to configure the buttons you need to get the software form Logitech's website. Doesn't come on a disc and its probably to big for PnP!

multiple configurable buttons (6 on the side and the 2 sensitivity buttons) can be changed to whatever keys you need ; Can change DPI on the fly, can be configured from 5 values in between like 250 DPI to 2500 DPI (at 250 intervals) ; Can change how...

A little big for my small hands (not that bad)

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Logitech 910-003820


The perfect mouse for humans with large hands (6'4"). I've gotten used to keyboard shortcuts for everything I can. This mouse changed that for me.

Great tracking, perfect grip, easily customizable via the software interface. Another great product from Logitech

None. Absolutely none

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Meets Expectations


If not being able to side-scroll with the middle wheel isn't a huge deal to you, I'd say go ahead and buy it. But with the added advice to get it while it's on sale currently. You won't be disappointed.

It's a great mouse for the most part. One of the best I've ever used, I've definitely gotta say. I upgraded from a Logitech M510 which I had for around 2 years or so before this, maybe more, and it has failed to really disappoint me yet. It's...

The only two cons I can honestly find with the G602 is the price (I think $79.99 might be just a little too steep for this; the $64.99 I purchased it on sale for feels a lot more comfortable), and the fact that the middle wheel, unlike my M510, doesn't...

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Logitech is by far one of my FAVORITES


Overall this mouse is surely my favorite and has so far been able to go through constant use. I am on my computer roughly five hours a day and it took about two months before the batteries actually died.

Does everything that I wanted it to. At first I didn't understand how the software worked but I got used to it and now it works like a charm. Having different configs is amazing. I can easily flip from Battlefield to Skyrim to just a normal work config...

There are very few cons that I can think of right now. The main con is cleanliness. Since I don't use a mouse pad the underneath of the mouse gets slightly dirty with fuzz. This can be easily cleaned with a toothpick its just annoying. The other con is...

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So impressed I actually writing this


Perfect weight, OUTSTANDING battery life, I've literally have had zero issues with it. If you're a gamer and/or looking for a new wireless mouse, you've found it. Buy it now!

Very comfortable and form fitting to my hand. Shaped in a way that my fingers don't drag across the mouse pad when playing FPS (which frustrates me with most mice). Wireless BUT DON'T LET THE BATTERY LIFE SCARE YOU AWAY ITS AWESOME!!! Its been 5 months...

Some of the buttons on the side don't have the profiles setup to bind them in game, but its been a while since I've checked for updates, at least 3 months

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Rip G500s


If you use Claw Grip the G600 can be somewhat uncomfortable. This is the mouse you want. It doesn't have the free wheel or Tilt buttons(if it did the G700 would be irrelevant duh lol). I'm gonna miss the free spinning wheel but other than that this...

More Thumb Buttons ; It's from Logitech ; Comfortable for Claw and Palm ; It's from Logitech ; A respectable 500Hz ; Did I mention It's from Logitech ; The Price and much easier to reach "G buttons" near the Left Click

No free spinning wheel function or tilt buttons ; It may have killed a Legend (hehe)