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Logitech MX 1100 RF sans fil Laser 1600DPI Noir - souris (RF sans fil, Laser, 1600 DPI, Noir, Alcaline, AA)
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- Logitech MX 1100. Interface de l'appareil: RF sans fil
- Technologie de détecteur de mouvement: Laser
- Résolution en mouvement: 1600 DPI. Couleur: Noir. Technologie batterie: Alcaline
- Type de batterie: AA. Systèmes d'exploitation compatibles: Windows XP/Vista Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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Description du produit
Interface de l'appareil: RF sans fil
Molette de défilement: Oui
Nombre de batteries prises en charge: 2
Quantité de boutons: 10
Résolution en mouvement: 1600 DPI
Systèmes d'exploitation compatibles: Windows XP/Vista\nMac OS X 10.3.9 or later
Technologie batterie: Alcaline
Technologie de détecteur de mouvement: Laser
Type de batterie: AA
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Logitech certainly makes many of the best mice available, and this one is no exception. It is large, which I like, and fits under the hand beautifully. It is weighty, which I also like, and moves incredibly smoothly because of it. It has a rocking button of the left side of the wheel with two dpi settings: the fast setting allows you to move the pointer across the screen slowly at first, if you wish, and as you move the mouse faster it zooms across; the slow setting allows for very fine movements.
The wheel has a button below it with which you can choose free-wheeling scrolling or the usual ratcheted scrolling. I love the free-wheeling option when fast scrolling through long documents is needed. A flick of the wheel and you are flying down the page. Touch the button and motion stops immediately. Pressing down on the wheel allows one to scroll in all four directions, incredibly slowly or quite fast, and always with an elegant smoothness and utmost control.
The only drawback is that the receiver is of the old, large style. This was not made clear when I bought the mouse, and I expected the micro-type receiver. But now that I see how beautifully it operates, and what a variety of controls I get, I no longer care. I simply use it with my large Vostro 17" which I will not be carrying around, and I am a little more careful not to bump it. This mouse is a pure joy to use.
1. Cannot be used by ambidextrous/left handed people
2. Is a tad heavy and lends to wrist fatigue
I love the size and curvature of the mouse (as opposed to many really tiny mice nowadays). The design allows it to fit well in your hand. Unfortunately it does not come with a micro usb receiver, but that's usually not a problem if you are not using it on the go (I have it hooked up to my desktop).
It works fine on most surfaces, but like most mice fails on glass and certain weird patterned surfaces. Uses 2 AA battery's that last about 4-5 months until they need replacement.
The spin wheel switch allows for an easy toggle between free wheeling (goes endlessly and useful for long pages) and slotted wheeling (when you have to scroll 2-3 lines per notch).
The mouse has 4 buttons (2 on the top rocker and 2 on the side). The side back button is very easy to handle, the front requires a bit of repositioning of the hand, but is not too much of a hassle. The top rockers are fairly useless unless you are a person who uses the mouse with 3 fingers on top (index for the top rocker + first button, middle for the scroll wheel and ring for the right). I barely use the top rockers so it doesn't seem to impede my use of the mouse.
I've rarely seen the mouse act spotty and lose signal, but it has a decent range. For the desktop I have placed below my desk, which is about 2 ft away from where my mouse is placed, it works relatively well (its usually the battery dying when it starts to act wonky).
The weight is just a tad bit more for my liking, but it is not bad at all. A little weight on the mouse adds for more smooth handling than an extremely light weight mouse.
Overall this mouse has stood up to its 4 years of being badgered by my usage. Would definitely recommend this to any right handed person looking to buy a quality mouse.
Coming from an mx1000, I felt right at home with the mx1100. The mouse has more buttons than my old mx1000. Scrolling is improved IMO. I like the fact that the batteries are replaceable. So far, I've owned it for about a month and the rechargeable batteries are still going fine.
I use the mouse for general office use and Photoshop. I haven't played too much with "on the fly resolution change" but the mouse feels very responsive as is.
I'm biased to wireless mouse, and as far as wireless mouse go this one is top notch. BTW, I also tried the Logitech mx620 prior to this one. The mx620 has similar ergonomics. I got it on sale and although it was good, I donated it to the wife. I prefer the mx1100's handling and attention to detail. BTW the wife love's her mx620 which means I don't have to worry about losing my mx1100.
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