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Roundup : Logitech MX Mouses

Posted on Sunday, October 06 2002 @ 06:39:47 CEST by

Gamers Depot has reviewed a bunch of Logitech MX mouses ; the MX 700 , MX 500 and the MX 300 :
Just when you thought it was safe to love your MouseMan Dual Optical, Logitech busts out with a trio of new mice that make last year's models look as quaint as a power blue Buick. Logitech's scrappin' new MX Series of mice includes three entries: the high-end, cordless MX 700, the midrange MX 500, and the low end MX 300.

Each mouse has a sleek, modern look, some brand new functionality and reworked optical technology to make them more precise than previous optical mice. Moreover, each mouse, save for the MX 300, is full of extra buttons, which are programmable, and they're all somehow still wonderfully ergonomic.

With a line stretching from a cheapie to a high end cordless, Logitech has every mouser covered, or so it would seem. Let's take a look at each of these three new pointers.

Review Link : Gamers Depot



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