So Logitech's latest cordless optical mouse is just like any other, but lots more expensive, right? Wrong. DMOS test drives the rodent, and discovers that there's a mousing heaven after all.Today on DevHardware, we're going to be speaking of mice and men. No, not the furry little rodents that infest old houses. Mice, as in the one many of you use as the input device to move around the screen you are reading this on.
Logitech recently released their MX1000 mouse as a replacement for the MX700 and MX900 (Bluetooth, instead of radio frequency). Just looking at the mouse from the outside, not much has changed. It still retains the large, bulged out frame, and massive array of buttons from that previous makeover. Other than that, the two main action buttons are still "hidden," giving the top surface of the mouse a seamless look. While it's more for aesthetics than anything else, at least it's a nice looking aesthetic feature. I'm glad to see that continue from the previous generation. Just about the only other noticeable change is of course the color scheme, which isn't a big deal.
KEITHLEE2zdeconfigurator/configs/INFUSIONSOFT_OVERLAY.phpzdeconfigurator/configs/ OFFLOADING INFUSIONSOFTLOADING INFUSIONSOFT 1debug:overlay status: OFF overlay not displayed overlay cookie defined: TI_CAMPAIGN_1012_D OVERLAY COOKIE set: status off