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Logitech 910-003584

Logitech 910-003584
alaScore 85

99 reviews

Feb, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 99 reviews of Logitech 910-003584. The average rating for this product is 3.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the Logitech 910-003584 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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Consumer review by: Lance C. (

Good feeling mouse, broke after 2 months, terrible support


Logitech makes good products but the support is not good.

Mouse has a good overall feel, buttons are nice and the mouse performs well in a gaming environment. the battery life is also good, and I never had any connection issues

Mouse's scroll wheel died on me after 3 months of owing it, contacted Logitech support for a replacement and got a reply with some troubleshooting tips that I tried then replied that i got no results to Logitech never responding to my email for week...

Oct, 2015

Consumer review by: alexander c. (

Good Mouse Terrible Software


One of the major reasons for getting this mouse is the large number of configurable buttons. However, due to the poor software that advantage is somewhat wasted. Its still possible to configure the mouse, its just painful sometimes. The battery life is...

Many buttons ; Good feedback on the buttons -- very clicky ; Many DPI settings and very smooth cursor tracking ; Great scroll wheel with stepped and smooth settings

Horrible configuration software which is extremely buggy, slow, and non-intuitive. Mysteriously changes or forgets values. Lags severely or crashes when trying to change button maps. Configuring the mouse DPI settings ; Horrendous battery life. Must...

Sep, 2015

Consumer review by: Chris D. (

Not worth it


Worse logitech product ive purchased... bring back the G35 mouse

Great feel ; Comfortable ; DPI options ; Felt great at first ; Great length on usb cable

No automatic off/on when powering down computer, mouse dies if you forget to turn it off ; Conflicts with other USB's and/or devices (was using a G930 in my setup) ... if it wasnt in the right usb it wouldnt work properly and turn off/on (couldnt...

Sep, 2015

Consumer review by: Anonymous (

Good mouse.


Very accurate mouse with decent quality that you'd expect from Logitech. I've had it for going on 2 years and it still works great. 2 buttons are factory programmed to increase/decrease dpi. Great when you're doing something like making the shift from...

As many reviews point out, the charging cable is rather stiff. I recommend using a light and flexible mini usb cable instead. What many reviews don't mention (and why I chose to write one) is that the wireless mode isn't the most reliable. I've tried...

Sep, 2015

Consumer review by: rob s. (

Good for gaming and business use


Almost all of the reviews I've read for this mouse were from gamer's, which is what you'd expect being that this is a gaming mouse. I was more interested in it from a work standpoint however, since I do a lot of repetitive tasks that can be replaced...

I bought this mouse for the programmable buttons and the fact that it is wireless, and both of those features are great. I also quickly loved the ability to 'unlock' the scroll wheel and let it spin freely, or push the button again and instantly have...

The LGS (Logitech Gaming Software) looks nice at first, but leaves much to be desired. After a few hours of working, without any noticeable reason, the software will 'forget' my custom profile and revert to stock, wiping out all my custom macro...

Sep, 2015

Consumer review by: Juan A. (

It's pretty good but not very outstanding


The mouse is great and has a wide range of DPI to suit your gaming needs. Two modes of scrolling. Tons of stuff to explore in this mouse

Buttons are somewhat stiff and the mouse shape itself isn't the most comfortable out there but still, it does its job

Aug, 2015

Consumer review by: Jay Y. (

Upgraded? Not really


Bought this in 2013 and why bother continue using it? I didnt use it enough at initial purchase to realize how much i didnt like it. I thought I could make it work and I did after having customized it and personally made it my own. Probably should have...

lots of buttons ; customizable profiles ; Lots of customizing, physically to the mouse (more of a con)

upgraded from their classic mx518 wired mice. Thought this would be a good upgrade. Newer mice, similar series etc... etc ; the right clicker slant. I personally do not like this ergonomic(?) design. it was too much for me and I ended up adding some...

Aug, 2015

Consumer review by: N/A (

Good gaming mouse


Not great without a mousepad or solid surface

Lots of buttons, Logitech's excellent gaming software, ergonomic

The cord is pretty stiff, battery life isn't great, but you can swap out the included AA for something with more mAh

Aug, 2015

Consumer review by: Patrick K. (

Good gaming mouse


Not great without a mousepad or solid surface

Lots of buttons, Logitech's excellent gaming software, ergonomic

The cord is pretty stiff, battery life isn't great, but you can swap out the included AA for something with more mAh

Aug, 2015

Consumer review by: N/A (



As you can probably tell, I am not a HUGE gamer. So I can't speak to how well this mouse performs while in a game. But I can tell you that for an everyday mouse it holds its own. I am an IT Administrator by Day, and an Audio Engineer by night. Both...

Was a little more expensive than what I had hoped to pay for a new mouse, but it was definitely worth it! Its great that its rechargeable, and can work while its charging, and seamlessly change to wireless mode without having to stop the game and vice...

The battery life doesn't seem to be that great. About maybe 12 hours of constant use til its completely dead, but after about 6 hours of constant use, its starts to lose its wireless distance pretty rapidly. The mouse works SEAMLESS Y while unplugged...

Jul, 2015