Logitech MX Revolution

80
Global
Score
80

There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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Electronista says:

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.
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Scores

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Breakdown

Ergonomics / comfort
9.0
Design and form factor
8.5
Configurability
6.7
Accuracy
7.0
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Specs

MX

Type
Standard
Ergonomics
Right-handed
Sensor type
Laser
Resolution
800 dpi
Buttons
8
Special buttons
yes
Scrolling device
yes
Connection type
Wireless
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Specs

MX

Type
Standard
Ergonomics
Right-handed
Sensor type
Laser
Resolution
800 dpi
Buttons
8
Special buttons
yes
Scrolling device
yes
Connection type
Wireless
View Full Specs
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