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Electronista says:

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All in all the MX Revolution is a good solution for any precision mouse user, whether you are a graphic designer or a gamer. The hardware is unquestionably sexy and high tech. The driver needs a few bugs worked out. Taking the good with the bad, I feel the mouse makes my day in front of my iMac all the better. quote


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  • Ergonomics / comfort
    8.8
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    8.5
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    6.0
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8.6
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7.0
CNET Aug 24, 2006

Every year we think Logitech has pushed the cordless laser mouse to the limit of functionality, and we're always proved wrong. The MX Revolution has a few minor issues, but for the most part, this high-end mouse continues Logitech's streak of market leadership and innovative design.

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8.0
Pocket-Lint Aug 24, 2006

So it is a revolution? While all the features themselves are small, added up they do seem to make a difference and just like when you first got a scroll wheel going back to other mice is hard.

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9.0
TrustedReviews Jan 16, 2007

If you’re willing to spend a little extra, and anyone who spends a lot of time on the PC should do, then the Revolution MX is a serious contender for your cash. Great features, brilliant design and a quality finish make it a great investment and one that will keep paying you back for a long time.

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7.0
Electronista Sep 7, 2007

All in all the MX Revolution is a good solution for any precision mouse user, whether you are a graphic designer or a gamer. The hardware is unquestionably sexy and high tech. The driver needs a few bugs worked out. Taking the good with the bad... makes my day in front of my iMac all the better.

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8.0
Digital Trends Feb 9, 2007

The Logitech MX ...may not be a revolution, but they represent the next major evolution of input devices. They offer the best software-hardware integration available, innovative scrolling, first-class ergonomics and build quality, and the most advanced tracking system on the market.

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9.0
willurd willurd

First things first, this mouse is a work horse. It's not for play. Tried using it for gaming when I first got it and quickly reverted back to my generic wired mouse. If quick response is what you're looking for, get something else. If you're looking for something with a lot of...

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5.0
JiveTurkey JiveTurkey

I'll go through all the features and how they fare: - Laser: a nice touch, although on most surfaces you won't notice any benefit over the standard optical, and Microsoft's BlueTrack is supposedly better. - Tilt-wheel: the best way to scroll horizontally. - Wireless: useful if...

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8.0
TimJBart TimJBart

This mouse seems to tick all the boxes. It's wireless with a charging dock so you're never fiddling about replacing batteries. It feels nice in the hand for prolonged periods of use, and it even has an configurable clutch on the wheel to enable the user to spin down to row 1048576...

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8.0
Callero Callero

Not a great gamers mouse, that's for sure, but for browsing and working large spreadsheets it's great. Sure you can program the other buttongs, but that's a hassle. I've found that after aabout a year with my mouse, the bateries are wearing thin, and they aren't...

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10
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Upon charging the unit, plugging the usb receiver, and turning on the mouse. The computer instantly recognized the mouse. The box also included the SetPoint software which lets users customize the multiple buttons and actions of the MX Revolution mouse. (8 activated buttons in all) The unique...

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8.0
refractured refractured

I'm finally giving up this mouse. Mainly due to the "pads" on the bottom of the mouse. They seem to rub off on the mousing surface over time and then cause major tracking issues. The rechargeable batteries are nice and they charge fast, but the charger is bulky. It would be nice if they updated...

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10
compboss17 compboss17

I've had this mouse now for over 2 years (I think) and it's perfect and is still the best desktop mouse around. The only thing that can kind of suck is when using it with a KVM switch on a Mac, I've noticed the Logitech Control Center can freeze up. But it's not that common...

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9.0
venatoris venatoris

I have been using the MX Revolution at work for about 2 years. Actually I'm on my second, the first one was faulty and wouldn't charge properly right from the beginning, but I don't hold that against it--any product can be faulty and the replacement works great. I wouldn't be...

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8.0
admiralpancakes admiralpancakes

Despite a overly sensitive scroll wheel, this mouse totally delivers. Good tracking and comfort, and it magically transforms into a wired mouse with a mini usb cable.

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