Discussion in 'TechPowerUp Club Forum' started by overclocking101, Apr 17, 2010.
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Logitech UltraX Premium
Logitech Webcam C500
Logitech M505 Mouse
Logitech G500 Gaming Mouse
Have owned a MX1000 for about 5 years. It finally quit
Thinking of buying the Logitech diNovo Mini Black 63 for my new HTPC
Unsure of the model numbers but in our home, 1 keyboard and 3 mice currently being used, all logitech they are the cheap ones not G9's/G15's or anything like that. Should i count my spare wireless?
Ohh I have a ton! About 4 wireless keyboards, 2 sets of speakers, 3 mice(two of the same lol) A webcam, and a few random trinkets!
When I'm not in a car I will edit this post to add em :3
I have only two
Logitech Formula Force EX and Logitech RumblePad 2.
Wheel is new, Rubme has about 2 yrs and still works well
Support is again superb!
My G19 keyboard went fubar after 6 months, some keys stopped working on and off. (sweat?, i don't know)
I called them and they told me to just exchange it at the shop, showing my invoice.
Shop called them to doublecheck, and gave me a new one
Logitech G15, Logitech G500 and Logitech G5 (for laptop )
Love their products, Logitech FTW... Also only purchase Logitech keyboards and mice at work.
Logitech X-530 2 years
Logitech Z323 for, mmm, almost year.
Logitech x540 speakers. I paid £40 and they are good value for that price. Used to have a G15 keyboard keys where mushy didn't like it sold it for a mechanical.
just bought a g700
Can you smell that????
It smells like win
hope so. i've seen reports online of some of them sucking in wireless mode, seems like a batch issue. hopefully its all good.
that was in the early days when the G700 just appeared on the market. Logitech denied there was a problem at first. then more and more people with the same problem started popping up and they took quite a beasting.
a firmware update should have fixed the problem by now. If not then mayve Logitech are just more incompetant then they look.
i found a thread on their forums with maybe 50 people with the issue, but then again at least 5 posted saying they didnt - with the odds of people only going there if they had issues, thats pretty good overall.
i want to pair it with my dinovo edge for my cordless gaming, to replace the (flawed) first gen G7 i had.
I wish i still had my G7.
i sold mine for $30. rev 1 doesnt work on black surfaces, and guess what color all my mousepads are.
Mine was a Rev.2 i think. I got it 2 or 3years before they discontinued the G7 series alltogether. I think the Rev.3 was the one that looked like it was sculpted out of carbon.
I gave mine to my dad to let him borrow for his laptop and the asshole went ahead and lost it.
I Spent more then 2years using that mouse and i came top 5 in so many games with it. it was my trophy mouse. I was gonna clean it up, put it on a small plinth and place it in a glass cabinet for the rest of time along with my other most valued items.
i had the green/silver one. twas great if you opened and closed the logitech software... but as soon as it idled again, the firmware 'patches' dropped off, and it went to shit.
in that case mine was a rev.1 too I never had much problems with it execpt for some occasional problems switching from my desktop DPI profile to my gaming one.
I had no idea what rev my g7 was as the sticker with all the details had pretty much been completely worn off.
green/silver was R1, black/sparkleh was R2.
i dont think there was any more.
i just want a cordless mouse again, and the corded backup sounds great. it might not even end up as my primary mouse, maybe just LAN events with the dinovo or something.
H82LUZ73/Wireless mouse keyboard model#mk700-mk710/Momo (Black)Force Feedback Wheel/about 8 months for the mk700-710/Momo get this 7- 8 years and never had a problem.
Have another keyboard that i never use as it is wired.
to G700 owners: i got a cheap ass retractable micro USB cable off ebay for $4 shipped, and it works perfectly to recharge the mouse while using it. data DOES work, so its a far better alternative to the extremely stiff 'play and charge' cable it comes with.
I have a logitech marathon mouse (M705) although i was dissapointed with the laser placement at first, i have since gotten used to it. But now air bubbles have formed under the grip, really annoying as they rest right under where my thumb lies.
I also have an Anywhere mouse MX for my laptop which i absolutely adore and a K100 keyboard
silkstone/m705/Anywhere Mouse MX/K100/6mo
(i've had many logitech products before these and prolly been using logitech at least 12 years)
Forgot to add that i also have a Logitech M305 for my laptop
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