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Staples.com offers the Logitech MX Ergo Plus Advanced Wireless Trackball Mouse for Windows PC and Mac [staples.com] on sale for $79.99 after $20 instant savings. Add the trackball to your cart along with an inexpensive filler item (such as this 50¢ ruler [staples.com]) and apply coupon code 57501 to save another $20 (discount will appear at checkout) for a net cost of $59.99 plus applicable sales tax and the cost of the filler item. Shipping is free.
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when is the new version of Ergo coming out?
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anyone else having issues applying staples rewards to their online purchase ? Thanks.
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Have had this for several months. Great for the angle, but buttons get stuck. Many complaints on Logitech site but nobody from Logitech ever responded. I would stick with the cheaper M570.
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Have had this for several months. Great for the angle, but buttons get stuck. Many complaints on Logitech site but nobody from Logitech ever responded. I would stick with the cheaper M570.
+1. Same issue here. Less than 6 months of ownership, and the left button sticks.
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+1. Same issue here. Less than 6 months of ownership, and the left button sticks.
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Have had this for several months. Great for the angle, but buttons get stuck. Many complaints on Logitech site but nobody from Logitech ever responded. I would stick with the cheaper M570.
That's really odd, Logitech is usually really good with their high end mice.
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+1. Same issue here. Less than 6 months of ownership, and the left button sticks.
Yes, mine started getting stuck within the first two months.
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Have had this for several months. Great for the angle, but buttons get stuck. Many complaints on Logitech site but nobody from Logitech ever responded. I would stick with the cheaper M570.
My m570 double clicked after two months of very light use.
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i had it since launch and never had issue with buttons, i have 570 at workz(without issues) and also looking to replace it for ergo mostly for comfort.

Although I wish they had silent version of this as buttons are quite loud(late at night when everyone is sleeping). Non issue during regular use.
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Where all my librarians at woo woo
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Reviews on Amazon are concerning, lots of them say the older M570 is superior.
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Perfect timing, just got one from Best Buy at $80 which is going back👍
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My g900 is 3 years old and it is still going strong
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I have older m570 and its great. Just have to give few flick to ball. You can also take out the ball and clean it.
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As a programmer I been using this ergo plus since it got released at my office and home with no issues whatsoever.

I been M570 user for more than 7 years and I couldn't be much happier with this ergo plus and certainly a worthy upgrade in my perspective.
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