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Logitech 910-003820

Logitech 910-003820
alaScore 89

32 reviews

Mar, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 32 reviews of Logitech 910-003820. The average rating for this product is 4.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices for all reviews. Reviewers really like the durability and reliability. The design and price also get good feedback, but there are some mixed reviews about the size.

usability, price, design, reliability, 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: N/A (

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 (

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 (

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

Consumer review by: Ryan A. (

awesome gaming mouse


If you never switch to performance mode you can get about a month on battery life.

multiple buttons for easy access ; fits perfectly in my hand ; great quality

it uses batteries

Sep, 2014

Consumer review by: N/A (

Awesome gaming mouse


This mouse fits my hand perfectly. I have pretty big hands and long fingers, and this mouse is a very nice fit. The side buttons are nestled perfectly where my thumb can easily find them, and the adjustable DPI buttons are very handy when switching...

A friend complained that he didn't like the texture of the thumb rest and felt like his thumb was sweaty, but I disagree and think the texture feels just fine. He said it was a very small nitpick to a very comfortable mouse

Sep, 2014

Consumer review by: MikeMRM (

Amazing mouse


I got this mouse on a black friday deal 2013 and its been amazing! I absolutely love this mouse, its latency is extremely low, I've game with it a lot. Tons of buttons, very comfortable and pretty good battery life


Aug, 2014

Consumer review by: garlywink (



Rating it four until I see whether this one will develop a double click issue as quickly as the six g700 series mice had.

Battery Life! On endurance mode, had it for two months and still using the same batteries. The software claims I still have more than half juice left. This is much better than my g700 or g700s which would chew through batteries in two and one day(s),...

Two of the buttons are hard to click

Aug, 2014

Consumer review by: N/A (

Perfection in your hand


With a name like Logitech, I was expecting a lot from this. I was not disappointed. The G602 is definitely the way to go. Much more comfortable and user friendly than the G700s in my opinion. The software is take-it-or-leave-it. I personally don't use...

Comfy comfy comfy. It's considerably bigger than most mouses, which is extremely comfortable, even after long hours of play. I have huge hands and it fits my palm very well. It's very responsive. I don't even bother with performance mode because...

While the button layout is mostly great, it takes some real practice to hit a couple of them closer to the thumb joint. Not too difficult, just takes some time

Aug, 2014

Consumer review by: LinckG (

Good replacement for my G700


I've owned nothing but Logitech mice since my first mouse, the three button MouseMan in '92. I've lost count of how many mice, but that's 22 years of using only Logitech. I can't say I have that level of loyalty for any other brand. I've tried to like...

My G700 decided to start giving me issues and it was past the 3 year warranty. So I went looking for a new gaming mouse. The second biggest pro of the G602 is the battery life. I can't even remember how old my batteries are. The G700 needed to be...

I really really really miss the three index finger buttons of the G700. I loved how they were positioned and contoured. I loved slipping my finger back to G8 to release Adam Jensen's Typhoon. It just felt right. Those three buttons were mean for...

Aug, 2014

Consumer review by: N/A (

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

Jul, 2014