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Logitech LS1 Black 3 Buttons Tilt Wheel USB Wired Laser Mouse
  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: Cheap.

Cons: Shiny. This mouse might have the worst ergonomics of any mouse ever. The cleft placement and no real good way to grab it making it quite odd to hold. I experienced hand cramping and as for gaming I found myself just holding it with my thumb and pinking and sliding it around in my palm. It's quite an odd product for someone with large hand, but I believe that some of these issues should be relevant to people with average sized hands as well.

Other Thoughts: I love Logitech products, but this one is the stinker of all time and actually made me acknowledge the importance of ergonomics in a mouse. That has sent me on a mouse shopping spree, but I'm comfortable back to Logitech with the M500 though the G700 is in my cross-hairs.

Kensington Pro Fit Full-Size Mouse K72369US Black 1 x Wheel USB or PS/2 Wired Optical 2400 dpi Mouse
  • neweggOwned For: 1 week to 1 month

Pros: It's large. Something I always wanted and complained about so I went to the store to pick up a DeathAdder. Feeling mice through their little plastic outlines isn't perfect but the DeathAdder felt small and this one fit better than any mouse except the $100 G700. For reference I have the smallest hands that can still palm a basketball. The price was astounding and the quality seems to be quite good aside from the lightness (which kind of has a cheaper feel to it), but honestly I'm not sure weight is a con. The buttons are more upright than some other mice which feel like your hand is falling forward, but at the same time it's really nice to use my fingertips for a change instead of either of the two knuckles.

Cons: It's a be careful what you wish for kind of thing. It is quite unique to have something so large. For everyday use it's phenomenal. I'll reach over from my bed and use it and it's quite awkward comparatively if you're not stationed there. The DPI settings are nonapparent and I often wonder which one I am currently in after switching it around a bit. It's also light. I don't know if that is a con, but just another unique feature. I play fps games so it might just be the discomfort after playing on other styles for so long, but it handles everything quite well. The pinky bulge is comfortable for everything except when I'm in game, and it's probably just the alien nature to me, but I guess sometimes I really squeeze my mouse for precision (but then again I always had to on smaller mice).

Other Thoughts: Very impressed with a product from a company I'm never purchased from, in a no frill design. Honestly that box with the no-nonsense here is the mouse outside of the box so you can get a feel for it. It's odd to see wired mice more expensive than their wireless counterparts. I'm still curious about the G400/500 and might almost think that this is a slight bit too tall for me and gaming, but it would be minute changes. The only mouse that fit me better was the G700, but at an $80 price difference and a lack of a wire (I'm still a skeptical stooge about wireless and weight) I found my mouse that is the best mouse I've owned since the ball mouse I ran into the ground over a decade. Still think I'll keep small mice around for RTSs but this will be going heads up against a Sensei shortly to see what just feels better game-wise. Regular use though this is a hard product to beat so give it a shot (provided you have large hands).


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Display Name: Michael T.

Date Joined: 08/29/10

  • Reviews: 2
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  • First Review: 02/07/13
  • Last Review: 03/10/13
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