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Logitech 910-003584

Logitech 910-003584
alaScore 89

81 reviews

Jul, 2015

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 81 reviews of Logitech 910-003584. The average rating for this product is 3.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices for all reviews. Reviewers really like the size and price. There are some mixed comments about the design and usability. Many are negative about the durability and reliability.

price, size

reliability, durability

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 89/100 = Very good quality.

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

Logitech 910-003584

 

I originally bought this mouse to play WoW and make use of all the macro buttons. I no longer play MMO's so I will be looking into mice designed specifically for FPS when this one dies out

I love the shape of this mouse, If you have a normal to large hand it fits perfect with palm grip like a gun ready to score those headshots ; Lots of programmable buttons for whatever you're into ; Easy to use and comprehensive software ; Switch to...

I always have mine wired, but after 6 months or so the battery can only hold a charge for 3-5 hours on 1000hz ; When you move or shake the mouse there is something rattling inside, and it's not the battery. Someone very picky or wants to be as accurate...

Jun, 2015

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

Would have been a great case!!!

 

I originally bought this mouse to play WoW and make use of all the macro buttons. I no longer play MMO's so I will be looking into mice designed specifically for FPS when this one dies out

I love the shape of this mouse, If you have a normal to large hand it fits perfect with palm grip like a gun ready to score those headshots ; Lots of programmable buttons for whatever you're into ; Easy to use and comprehensive software ; Switch to...

I always have mine wired, but after 6 months or so the battery can only hold a charge for 3-5 hours on 1000hz ; When you move or shake the mouse there is something rattling inside, and it's not the battery. Someone very picky or wants to be as accurate...

Jun, 2015

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

Not to bad

 

I wish left handed mice would be released like this but i guess there is not enough people to buy them :(.

Free scroll ; get at least 12 hours run time in gaming mode with polling rate at 1000 ; Only the fly works well for me even in 1st person shooter like Arma ; 50 and even at $63 it's a good buy ( newegg refunding the $13 as i just ordered it just before...

Only right handed haha. Had enough of other company's mice and failing after 6-12 month of use at least Logitech's warranty's better then most which is 3 year with this mouse ; Wired is completely pointless they made the cable so think, with it not be...

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

Failed after only 6 months of use

 

Considering the bull 30 return policy from both Newegg and Logitech, I probably will NOT buy another mouse from either despite all the great features this product had. It's a shame that Logitech cannot or will not put out as quality of service to their...

Mouse is very ergonomic and highly customizable in the button use. I found the G700 to satisfy my needs in many fields and due to its longevity, I chose to order another, G700s, to replace it. Ran just the same as the previous and loved it

I purchased the G700 before this one, and it lasted me over 4 years of intense and rigorous gaming, design, and entertainment ; This one I bought mid Dec. `14 and as of today crapped out on me. Started with choppy response and there was no difference...

Jun, 2015

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

Nice mouse

 

Don't know if there is a better set of batteries to use with this or not but the ones that come with it will go from full charge to one bar in about 3 hours if not less.

The adjustable DPI is nice. Lots of programmable buttons. Feels good in the hand

Battery life leaves something to be desired. If you don't mind having a wireless mouse the you have to leave plugged in most of the time then this is a pretty awesome mouse

May, 2015

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

Comfy

 

8200 DPI is a gimmick...Don't fall for it.lol...On 8200 DPI my monitor would have to be ten feet wide to keep the cursor on the screen. It adjusts way down though so no big deal.

Best mouse I have owned to date. On board memory for key assignments is nice if you use inline adapters for gaming controls. Comfortable for my smaller hands. Buttons rest right under the finger they are intended for

None

May, 2015

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

not what i was hoping for

 

I've owned 20+ mice. This mouse disappoints at the moment. The price was too high for what I received. I'm debating getting a better mouse for my gaming rig and reassigning this one to the guest computer.

This mouse looks nice. I like the concept of unplugging it from a USB port and going wireless. That was the primary reason I bought it. The fit in my hand is okay

It's nice to go wireless, but this mouse has been plugged in since shortly after I purchased it. I can't get more than 4 or so hours out of it when it's unplugged. There are many other wireless mice I own that last much longer while battery operated ;...

May, 2015

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

Flimsy

 

I have had both this version and the previous generation mouse. On both the mouse wheel quit working within six months. I will not be buying a third. I wouldn't recommend this except as a travel mouse for a portable gaming machine. If it isn't going to...

Precise ; Looks nice ; Works for a while ; Everything you need in a gaming mouse

Terrible battery life ; Feels cheap ; Mouse wheel breaks ; Thumb buttons are made for tiny thumbs

May, 2015

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

Not What I Expect From Logitech

 

Ergonomic (for me) Lots of buttons

Owned a lot of mouses (mice) in the last 25 years. Most of them Logitech. This one blows. The charge barely lasts a day and it constantly drops recognition so that I have to reconnect the charging cable several times a day. Look elsewhere for a good mouse

May, 2015

Consumer review by: Railroad (newegg.com)

F-A-I-L

 

I've used Logitech gaming mice exclusively for 11 years and they continue to take a step backwards with each new product. For example, why only one thumb button for the G7? It was an annoying change, but then I bought the G700s.... I bought this sucker...

Lotta buttons ; Lotta DPI ; Moderate growth of e-p33n

For $100, this mouse has a lot of flaws ; Grip is horrible - a sandpaper-like feel that did not provide any grip, only a nice thumb blister after moderate use. It's not like my thumb wasn't in shape for this either; I have no life ; Too freaking big....

May, 2015
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