Logitech LX3 Optical Mouse - mouse
Manufacturer: Logitech Part number: 931622-0403
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- Average user rating: 3.5 stars out of 7 reviews
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Long lasting and comfortable mouse
by Green12324 on December 26, 2011
accurate on any surface
Cons: loud clicks
Summary: I used this mouse for about 6 years before it stopped clicking correctly. Before then it had always been very accurate and comfortable. I'd buy another, but they aren'...
Summary: I used this mouse for about 6 years before it stopped clicking correctly. Before then it had always been very accurate and comfortable. I'd buy another, but they aren't sold in stores anymore.
Logitech performs for any demographic.
by scyrusb on December 8, 2010
Used on any surface I can find
matches my set up perfectly
Cons: At first I wasn't sure if it was comfortable, but I had to adapt my hand to many situations, and it worked perfectly.
Summary: I've used this mouse for a little over 5 years when I first built my pc. I use it for gaming, surfing, some design editing, and it has worked ...
Summary: I've used this mouse for a little over 5 years when I first built my pc. I use it for gaming, surfing, some design editing, and it has worked wonders. At the time I wanted a nice looking mouse that looked well made and had decent dpi for gaming. Buying it from newegg, I couldn't hold it or try it out. I got it in the mail and it looked great and actually matched my rosewill keyboard perfect. Sortly after I built the pc, I got a bigger bed and had to move around my set up and get rid of the chairs in my bedroom. So, I gamed from my bedside. The issue with this is I had to use the mouse on my knee, a book, my pants, the bed, a blanket, a pillow, anything I could find. To my amazement, it worked wonders for years. The real treat for this mouse is how well made it is. You can feel it that it isn't a generic twenty dollar mouse like you find at most stores. I can attest to this to the constant bumping and dropping of it I did. I'd say 4 to 5 times a day I'd drop this mouse onto the floor, car parts, weights, anything under it. It had 1 chip from dropping it on the cement moving my pc to someone's house. It still looks great and functions great. The only reason I am replacing it is because after 5 years of abuse constant gaming, internet surfing, and graphic design, the left click went out. This isn't really a big issue, as most mice I have used in this price range barely last a year from average use. This mouse has made me a Logitech fan as I found all of their products from cheap to expensive work great. The size of the mouse was a concern as I have medium to large sized hands, but since I was using it from all different angles it is quite universal. I held it a little forward where expected, but it is really comfortable and light to maneuver. I went searching for another in stores, but couldn't around here and I didn't want to wait, so I replaced it with a Logitech M305. I usually don't like wireless due to the weight and size(either too big and weird to hold, or too small). We will see if Logitech surprises me yet again.
Definitely not for photoshop like photo editors
by irokyoto on October 8, 2009
Pros: comfortable, ok design
Cons: not dirt repellent, unprecise
Summary: the LX3 doesn't have its place for extreme precision editing, it lacks stability of control for these kind of work. And the sounds of the clicks are not too ...
Summary: the LX3 doesn't have its place for extreme precision editing, it lacks stability of control for these kind of work. And the sounds of the clicks are not too silent
It's a different experience.
by BrianLMyers on April 8, 2009
Functions well in a business environment.
Easy to customize with downloaded software from Logitech.
Cons: Size and shape.
Not a good gaming device.
Summary: This is a good mouse for those that mostly left click and use a scroll wheel often. As a result, it's a good mouse for most office environments. Also, ...
Summary: This is a good mouse for those that mostly left click and use a scroll wheel often. As a result, it's a good mouse for most office environments. Also, if you have small hands this mouse is excellent and easy to use.
Cons: Don't attempt to use it if you have big hands or even medium size hands if you need to right click often. My hands are average size and agile yet I've found I've changed my normal Right click style to accommodate for this mouse. Instead of using my middle finger to right click I've adopted an index finger clicking style to control left, right, and wheel clicks... so one finger to do everything. This is surprisingly comfortable to do once you figure it out, but not something I've encountered with other mice that I've used (and I've used dozens over my 20 years of computing).
I'm not a gamer, I do CAD drafting, and for a mouse with few buttons this actually works well for this purpose in terms of fast and accurate picks, clicks, and wheel action. For the price (less than $20) it's a nice mouse for general use and perfect for web surfing and MS Office types of applications. For gamers and those that like programmable buttons I'd avoid it and purchase a more expensive mouse... not because it can't do these things, just there are mice better suited for these actions available (but it will cost you more).
The one and perfect mouse
by lilxkid24 on June 15, 2008
Pros: DMI, comfort, usability
Cons: None i can think of
Summary: This is just the perfect mouse for me why? Simply because it has 1000 dmi for a usb mouse,the price $18 was very good, comfort is good since i ...
Summary: This is just the perfect mouse for me why? Simply because it has 1000 dmi for a usb mouse,the price $18 was very good, comfort is good since i dont have a fat hand, and the usability. Using this mouse to play games like counter strike or any other games work pefectly, shooting is easy and accurate. Theres no cons that that i can think of and it works 100% fine. I rarely give a product a 10 but this is one of them.
Great mouse for $18
by zeebay20 on June 8, 2008
Pros: Sleek look, medium size, four-way scrolling
Cons: Center scroll click is stiff, sometimes causes left or right scroll by accident
Summary: For $18 at walmart, I think this mouse was a pretty good deal. I had to switch to a wired mouse because i got tired of lost connections with wireless ...
Summary: For $18 at walmart, I think this mouse was a pretty good deal. I had to switch to a wired mouse because i got tired of lost connections with wireless mice and the need to recharge/replace batteries every now and then.
This mouse is fine, my hand isnt that small and I think its fine. The left and right scrolls are pretty cool in that they can be customized to do almost anything.
Only problem is that the center scroll click is pretty stiff and requires more-than-normal effort to make it click. This also causes another problem and causes me to sometimes click the left or right scroll part of it. So if I center click to scroll a long webpage, and i hit LEFT by accident, the web browser goes back a page. which is annoying
by nelsonj3 on March 25, 2008
Pros: Looks great
Cons: uncomfortable, not very precise
Summary: This mouse is too narrow to be comfortable, made my hand hurt after just a couple of minutes. When I tried to do precision work (architectural sketches) the cursor starts ...
Summary: This mouse is too narrow to be comfortable, made my hand hurt after just a couple of minutes. When I tried to do precision work (architectural sketches) the cursor starts jumping around by about two or three pixels. I thought maybe it was my mouse pad so I bought a Fellowes Microban antimicrobial pad designed for optical mice and there was no change. My Microsoft basic optical mouse that was $10 less works much better. I recommend you stay away from this mouse.
- Manufacturer: Logitech
- Part number: 931622-0403
- Description: Use the Logitech LX3 Optical Mouse comfortably, all day - with either hand. The high-definition optical sensor delivers smoother, more precise control, making the LX3 perfect for editing digital photos.
- Packaged Quantity 1
- Connectivity Technology Wired
- Interface PS/2 ,
- Movement Detection Technology Optical
- Movement Resolution 1000 dpi
Expansion / Connectivity
- Interfaces 1 x USB - 4 pin USB Type A,
1 x Mouse - Generic - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2 style)
- Cables Included 1 x USB cable - Integrated,
1 x Mouse adapter - External
- Microsoft Certifications Certified for Windows Vista
- Compliant Standards Plug and Play
Software / System Requirements
- Software Included Drivers & Utilities,
- OS Required Apple MacOS X or later,
Microsoft Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
- Peripheral / Interface Devices CD-ROM
- Service & Support 5 years warranty
- Service & Support Details Limited warranty - 5 years
- Type None
- CNET Labs: Estimated Annual Energy Cost nil
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