05-08-2008 01:46 AM - edited 05-08-2008 01:46 AM
What I recently observed is this: when I'm using for instance Transmission and I'm uploading at lets say 500Kb/s my cursor is sticking/shuttering very badly - if I'm moving it with the MX Revolution but if I move it with my trackpad it works just fine...
Message Edited by eStatic on 05-08-2008 01:46 AM
05-10-2008 01:40 AM
05-12-2008 12:20 PM
We all deserve either a fix for this or our money back. I'm sorry but a $100 mouse that doesn't work is just unacceptable and shouldn't have been sent out to the public in the first place.
05-16-2008 12:39 PM
The way I fixed it is by getting a USB extension cord and placing the sensor thing right in front of my mouse. This one worked perfectly: (cut and paste)
Now that there is only about 8 inches of unobstructed space between my mouse and the sensor the lag has totally disappeared.
I think that the metal of my case was interfering with the signal. I tested my theory by taking the door off my case and holding it between the sensor and the mouse; the lag returned.
The sensor thing should have been built into the cradle like with the MX1000. I had that mouse from right after it was released until a week ago, and it was fantastic. I really regret changing to the MX revolution, but now that it finally works I'm going to stick with it.
05-21-2008 06:10 PM
05-23-2008 03:09 AM
I am now the what I thought the proud owner of a new logitech MX Revolution I have now owned the mouse for about a week know and I must say I am disappointed it would seem that this great product would have a serious flaw to it.
The MX Revolution seems to have sticking lag stuttering problem, know I know what your saying its probably my PC or its the way its configured but please tell me why I am not the only one and why everyone I know who also purchased this product recently under my advice that this was a great product and that I was planning on getting one myself type advice and mind you not cheap ether it averages retail at about $150.00AU, now have exactly the same problem as I do on my home PC.
There must be a fix for this or at least some product support that you could post on the Forum or send out to registered users of this product.
This is a real problem experienced by a lot of users a lot are not computer literate so there fix is to simply to stop using your product this cant be good and to be honest I love the mouse most people do its Great looking its grim and feel are beyond comparison to other mice its just a real pity that it obviously has some issues, surely this can be rectified with a fix for users that are experiencing these problems and not an excuse.
Logitech please take notice of this thread.....
05-23-2008 02:40 PM
05-27-2008 04:17 PM
1. I shouldn't have to buy extra crap to make sure my mouse works like it is intended to.
2. I don't need yet another cord running along my desktop just because Logitech can't design a good receiver.
3. I paid a great deal of money for this thing, and I expect it to work because A)It's a Logitech and B)Because it's a Logitech.
So pissed at this useless paperweight. It has made doing CAD work at home completely useless.
Hey Logitech! YOUR REVOLUTION IS A PIECE OF CRAP! SELL A MOUSE THAT ACTUALLY CONNECTS WELL AND I'LL LOVE YOU GUYS AGAIN!
05-27-2008 05:15 PM