IMG Reviews Logitech MX500
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The MX-series mice have been an overwhelming success for LogitechMX700 does have a few shortcomings though, such as the wake from sleep issue and extra weight from the batteries. Fortunately, Logitech has an alternative for gamers who don't entirely trust wireless mice. The MX500 features the same ergonomic design and button placement as the MX700, but in corded form. Here is an excerpt from the review:
Adjusting from the Dual Optical to the MX500's shape and button layout took about four days. As natural as the Dual Optical feels, the MX500's body is rounder and seems to fill my hand better. The mouse is still designed for right handers, but the overall shape is more symmetrical than its predecessor. It is also slightly lighter than the Dual Optical since the MX Optical Engine only needs one sensor to achieve maximum precision and accuracy. I only wish the side grips on the MX500 provided as much grip as the Dual Optical did. Sometimes, the MX500 would slip out of my hands if I didn't hold it firmlyTo find out if the MX500 is the right mouse for you, read the rest of the review.
IMG Review: Logitech MX500
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