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Logitech LX8 laser wireless mouse

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Ketxxx, Apr 20, 2009.

  1. Ketxxx

    Ketxxx Heedless Psychic

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    Does anyone know of any decent reviews for this mouse? I can't find anywhere what DPI it is and how accurate it is. It seems very similar to the G5.. but some full specs for it would be good. Even the Logitech site doesn't tell me what DPI and Hz it operates at :wtf:
     
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    This is the most in depth description I could find. But from video reviews it has a 1000dpi
     
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    I think you'll have a hard time looking for a review:)
    cos I don't think I've heard of that mouse...:p
     
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    It's 800dpi mate. Same mouse that's bundled with this
     
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    Dang.. I hope its a little better than 1000DPI this mouse is pretty friggin expensive.. £30. Glad I found it on special offer for £17 atm.
     
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    Gah this is making me more and more glad I got it for £17 instead of £30, mine looks a bit different though, its not as "fat"
     
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    Are you sure it's the LX8 then? Could just be that the picture's make the mouse look fat :p
     
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    Possibly :p its deffinately a LX8, says so on the box :D I wonder if theres a way to tweak with the firmware on the mouse...
     
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    Well if the mouse has onboard memory you might be able to mod SetPoint to access the dpi settings.
     
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    Wow, even at £17 thats damn expensive for such a low accuracy mouse - my G9 set me back £30 and it runs at 3200DPI!
     
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    I was looking for a G5 because I didn't want to wait on just a damn mouse from the internetz. I figured at £17, being Logitech, it should be at least 1200DPI.
     
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