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Perfect timing, needed a new one. Thanks, OP!
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looks like really old stock
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looks like really old stock
It has been superseded by the Logitech MX 2 Anywhere mouse. But that's also roughly $27 more than this.
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Dang, good price. I have the Anywhere MX 2 and really wonder if it was worth the ~$60 (believe it's now down to $50)
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It has been superseded by the Logitech MX 2 Anywhere mouse. But that's also roughly $27 more than this.
Note that the original MX has a 3yr warranty, whereas the MX 2 only has a 1 yr warranty.
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Are the left/right clicks and scroll wheel silent or near-silent?
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Are the left/right clicks and scroll wheel silent or near-silent?
The scroll wheel can be changed from click-scroll to free-scroll. The buttons are pretty quiet, but I wouldn't call them silent.
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Are the left/right clicks and scroll wheel silent or near-silent?
yeah i waited my whole life for mainstream mice to have silent buttons. never going back now.
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This version of the mouse has the infamous double clicking issue that can develop over time. I think mine developed after the warranty had expired, but for some it can occur quite early on.
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This version of the mouse has the infamous double clicking issue that can develop over time. I think mine developed after the warranty had expired, but for some it can occur quite early on.
I purchased two of these mice, one new and one used on ebay. Both suffered from the phantom double clicks. I've seen some information on how to solder on some replacement internal buttons. I was lazy and just cleaned the switches out with rubbing alcohol. The cleaning had to be repeated every month or so when the phantom clicks returned.

Opening the mouse up for repair involves pulling the front two glide pads off to access the first two Philips screws. The other two Philips screws are behind the sticker inside the mouse that shows the battery orientation.

I loved these mice. Its a great travel mouse that feels hefty for its size.
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It has been superseded by the Logitech MX 2 Anywhere mouse. But that's also roughly $27 more than this.
replaced, but not really superseded IMO. With some improvements it also has several drawbacks over the original. Will never really take the place of the original in my mind. Just not good enough.
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I purchased two of these mice, one new and one used on ebay. Both suffered from the phantom double clicks. I've seen some information on how to solder on some replacement internal buttons. I was lazy and just cleaned the switches out with rubbing alcohol. The cleaning had to be repeated every month or so when the phantom clicks returned.
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Cleaning helps, but the problem is more that they're using switches that aren't as robust as in decades past. (EDIT: Now that I spot and think about it, I don't remember if the following effected the MX or just the MX 2S.) Though I think someone else mentioned there's a problem with the design/materials of the mouse too and the underside of the button that contacts the switch actually can become worn, making it hard to effectively press the switch.
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replaced, but not really superseded IMO. With some improvements it also has several drawbacks over the original. Will never really take the place of the original in my mind. Just not good enough.
Cleaning helps, but the problem is more that they're using switches that aren't as robust as in decades past. Though I think someone else mentioned there's a problem with the design/materials of the mouse too and the underside of the button that contacts the switch actually can become worn, making it hard to effectively press the switch.
My mouse had grooves work where the switches contact. I tried putting a few strips of tape and it helped for a while. Eventually I cut a thin strip of metal and gorilla glued it on and haven't had issues since.
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This version of the mouse has the infamous double clicking issue that can develop over time. I think mine developed after the warranty had expired, but for some it can occur quite early on.
This mouse has a 3 year warranty which is great, because I bought my first mouse in 2011 and have been able to get a new one every year or 2. I think I am on my 5th mouse from Logitech through their warranty program. They know that this mouse has an issue, so it's easy to get a replacement one from them.
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