05-28-2008 07:49 AM - edited 05-28-2008 07:52 AM
My mouse has this exact problem everyone else here is talking about.
And guess what? I bought this mouse a while back for my boyfriend because he really liked it and THE DAY he bought it, it had this stupid lag/stutter problem.
We returned the mouse to exchange for a new one the next day. And guess what?..... YEAP, the 2nd mouse we got had the same problem.
This obviously isn't some "faulty" it's the fact that Logitech doesn't want to help their customers. Obviously they just want to take our $105 dollars we spend on this ridiculous mouse and sit pretty with our money. Who cares about customer satisfaction... Right?
To think I used to tell all my friends about this mouse and say how great it was... Guess I made a fool outta myself.
Message Edited by Bustachaina on 05-28-2008 07:52 AM
05-28-2008 12:27 PM
05-29-2008 06:19 AM
You have FOUR PAGES of complaints here (not even including other threads that were made). That's all that needs to be said.
05-31-2008 06:46 PM
I really like my mx revolution now that it works properly. If it is half as durable as the mx1000 it replaced I'm sure I will have it for a long time.
06-03-2008 05:01 PM
I have gone through 4 mice (well, actually one of them is my mother's), every single one with the same issue. And with three different installs of Windows XP. I have yet to try Linux, but I have read that the problem won't go away. This seems to be a hardware issue.
I really love this mouse but the lag is annoying. And I mean ANNOYING!!!!. It seems to be utterly, completely random.
Other problem is the stretching rubber ring on the scroll wheel. I had to remove it from my mouse because it prevented the wheel from spinning freely. Need to think how to replace it. Maybe a drop or two of glue...
And I guess that the person who designed the thumb wheel has a middle finger in a place of his thumb, considering the placing and sensitivity of the wheel. As it is, the wheel is almost completely useless.
I doubt there will ever be any solution since the first posting in this thread is dated more than a year ago without any decent reply or answer to the problem.
Even though this mouse is superbly ergonomic, I still wouldn't hesitate for a moment to simply get rid of the mouse but for the freely spinning scroll wheel. I really can't be without it, It really is an excellent invention.
06-07-2008 05:07 PM
And by the way, I hate that I have to install third party software (Uber Options) to be able to fully customize the functionality of my mouse's buttons (and to remove the stupid and annoying default button profiles). Why purposefully cripple one of the best mouses ever?
06-08-2008 08:57 AM
That's like 3 problems in 1 $129 mouse. Not only is it the world's most advanced mouse, it's also the most expensive and problematic.
I' currently in the process of getting a replacement... we'll see how that goes :\
06-09-2008 11:11 AM
Pointer options. That solution, however, defeats the pointer enhancement on accelerated motion. So what that means to me is that, using my dual monitor setup is useless. In order to span the monitors I have to Move the Mouse about 12 inches across the laser mouse mat. That is not so helpful. I would like a properly functioning mouse or a software / driver fix. Hopefully we will get some answers because like most of you, I am out of return / exchange period from the purchase.
06-09-2008 02:46 PM
So come on Logitech how about customer support for the people who bought this product.
Please reply to this thread it would seem that you dont have anything to say on this.
We all have seem to have come to the conclusion that it is the wireless part of the mouse and without putting the sensor close to the mouse and turning off hardware acceleration then this problem will occur.
I think this warrants some reply at least to either confirm or deny this is how it is.
I DON'T KNOW ABOUT EVERYONE ELSE BUT I THINK WE DESERVE AT LEAST A USB EXTENSION FOR THE WORLDS MOST ADVANCED MOUSE...
Put to you Logitech do you have the ability to back up you product....
06-10-2008 04:43 PM
THE REPLACEMENT MOUSE HAS THE SAME PROBLEM! It doesn't have the double-clicking-on-single-click issue, but it also stutters like crazy, even worse than the original.
I just emailed Logitech again and hopefully the second replacement doesn't have this, or any, problems...
It's certainly no coincidence that so many people have the exact same problem.