The Logitech Performance Mouse MX gives you precise cursor control on virtually any surface—even glass. That means wherever you're headed or whatever surface you're working on, the Performance Mouse MX can get the job done.
Logitech Darkfield Laser Tracking provides accurate cursor control on surfaces where optical and standard laser mice fail. Add to that hyper-fast scrolling that lets you fly through long documents and web pages with a single spin.
The sculpted, right-handed shape is designed to fit your hand and put it in a comfortable, natural position.
You get the reliability of a cord plus cordless convenience and freedom—fast data transmission and virtually no delays or dropouts. And the Unifying receiver is so small you can keep it plugged in all the time.
Flexible recharging system
Recharge your mouse using a flexible micro-USB system through your computer or a standard wall outlet—even while you're using it. You'll always have the power you need to get the job done.
- Precise control on nearly any surface, including glass
- Hyper-fast scrolling to zip through long documents
- Precise click-to-click scrolling through lists and images
- Sculpted right-hand shape for natural fit
- Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless via USB port
- Recharging via micro-USB or a standard wall outlet
- Four customizable thumb buttions
Did you notice?You can recharge your mouse using a flexible micro-USB system through your computer or a standard wall outlet—even while you're using it.
Apple Recommends ForControlling your Mac notebook with cordless convenience no matter what sort of surface you're working on.
What's in the Box?
- Logitech Performance Mouse MX
- Logitech Unifying receiver
- Logitech software CD
- Micro-USB charging cable
- AC power supply
- Pouch for charging system
- Receiver extender cable
- User documentation
- Other Features: Scroll Wheel, Ergonomic
- Connections: Wireless
- Mac OS X v.10.4 or later
- Internet connection
- CD-ROM Drive
- Windows XP/Vista/7
- UPC or EAN No.: 97855060273
- Warranty: Three-year limited
Ratings & Reviews
LOGITECH PERFORMANCE MX MOUSE HAS PROBLEMS WITH MAC LION
Mac Lion users should be aware that this mouse has control problems with its scrolling and zooming when updating a Mac to Lion. A Mac Lion users should be aware that this mouse has control problems with its scrolling and zooming when updating a Mac to Lion. All other features seem to be OK, but Logitech needs a new driver for Mac Lion. …
- Written by James H from Memphis
78 of 99 people found this useful
An excellent desktop mouse
First off, here's my system configuration:
Mac Mini connected to 24" LCD
MacBook Pro (which I sometimes con First off, here's my system configuration:
Mac Mini connected to 24" LCD
MacBook Pro (which I sometimes connect to the monitor and the keyboard)
I have the Bluetooth Mighty Mouse that I've used with the MacBook Pro when connected to my monitor.
The quest of finding a mouse started when I bought the Mac Mini.
It was a hassle to reconnect the Bluetooth Mighty Mouse between the MacBook Pro and the Mac Mini.
I didn't want to get the wired version of the Might Mouse as I don't want to have anymore wires on my desk.
So I started looking for a replacement mouse. The idea is to get a wireless mouse using the new mini USB dongle that doesn't protrude too much. I can connect the dongle to the keyboard so when I switch the keyboard, it will also switch the mouse along.
I debated between the Logitech or the Microsoft Mouse as they were the only ones who had BlueTrack/DarkField.
All of Microsoft's new mice with BlueTrack technology only came in travel sizes (small) for laptops.
That narrowed it down to only Logitech with DarkField, and I didn't want the smaller Anywhere MX so the Performance MX was my only choice.
However, this was also about the time the release of the new Apple's Magic Mouse and that I read one of the customer reviews that the driver for the Performance MX had some issues with Snow Leopard thus hanging the system as it wasn't really 64-bit compatible.
I thought that maybe I would just get another Bluetooth mouse: One for the Mac Mini and one for the Macbook Pro and that I can probably live with having another mouse on my desk.
Well, I tried the Magic Mouse for 1 day and immediately didn't like it.
First off, the middle button was missing. When I tested the Magic Mouse at the store, I didn't pay too much attention to that small detail, but it became clear that I needed the middle mouse button. I immediately returned the Magic Mouse.
Meanwhile I also told a friend of mine that I bought the Magic Mouse instead because of the driver issue with the Performance MX and Macs. He said that he didn't have issue with it as he had just bought his 2 days prior and has been using it with his 17" Macbook Pro.
So I went ahead and bought the Performance MX and sure enough, with the latest driver, the problem was non-existing.
I am so glad that I finally bought this mouse. I kicked myself for not just going with the mouse from the start.
DarkField technology lives up to its hype. It really on all of the surfaces that I tried it on. Of course that doesn't mean that I've tried it on everything.
I like the fact that it comes with a USB charger so I can charge the mouse and that the mouse was usable while it's being charged. One caveat, though, you still need the wireless donge, even when it's connected to the USB cable - This cost the rating 1/2 a star.
The other 1/2 of a star minus goes to the price. At $90, that's a little too much. Although I did have a $25 gift certificates so it only cost me $65 (which is what this mouse is worth). I'm sure the price will come down once more BlueTrack/DarkField mice become available. Also, maybe get an OEM version where it only comes with the mouse and a USB charging cable - doesn't include the pouch and the DC adapter to lower the price.
Other than those two, I can't seem to find anything else wrong with the mouse.
Hyper-fast scroll wheel is awesome, especially if you read a lot of long documents. …
- Written by Louis W from Chicago
66 of 78 people found this useful
When my old, Apple Mighty Mouse's scroll ball broke, I started looking for a new mouse. I considered the new Magic mouse. However, When my old, Apple Mighty Mouse's scroll ball broke, I started looking for a new mouse. I considered the new Magic mouse. However, the Magic mouse seems too small for comfortable use, so Apple was out. I wanted a large-sized mouse that had a button like Apple's exposé button. I turns out many mice do. I found the Logitech Performance Mouse.
This mouse has exceptional tracking on all surfaces (works on glass too!). The forward and back buttons work great on web browsers and the exposé button rivals the one on the mighty mouse! The scroll wheel has a innovative new feature, the power to switch from a free-spinning wheel to the old-fashioned clicking scroll. I wouldn't recommend the zoom button on the free-spinning mode because it zooms too fast.
Very responsive on all surfaces
The hyperfast option is new and useful
Custom Buttons: •••••
Forward and back are practical and functional additions
Battery Life: •••••
The mouse is powered by a low self-discharge Eneloop battery
The cost is a bit much for some users, but the features are worth it
Overall, the Logitech Performance mouse is a great buy if you are willing to pay for the extra features such as hyperfast scrolling, forward and back buttons, exposé, and Darkfield tracking technologies. …
- Written by Richard Z from Short Hills
40 of 41 people found this useful
Best purchase for my mac!
This mouse has been a great addition to my current setup and I've had a flawless experience from the start. Immediately after pur This mouse has been a great addition to my current setup and I've had a flawless experience from the start. Immediately after purchasing the mouse I downloaded the driver package on logitech's website and Logitech Control Center has been wonderful. I purchased this mouse because I personally know two people who have used this mouse for two years with nothing but great things to say, so figured I would give it a shot. Overall, the feel of the mouse suits me perfectly and accommodates my tendency to claw-grip the mouse. Button placement is spot on and I use the Mission Control button on a daily basis. The only thing I had to change was the scroll speed, which required changing settings in both System Preferences > Mouse and System Preferences > Logitech Control Center. Overall this mouse is a very comfortable and functional piece of hardware which complements the average power-user's setup. …
- Written by Travis W from Mount Laurel
2 of 2 people found this useful
Poor tracking performance
Mouse response is poor at slow speeds. Can't point my mouse where I want it. Works fine on my windows machine but no so much on 10 Mouse response is poor at slow speeds. Can't point my mouse where I want it. Works fine on my windows machine but no so much on 10.10 …
- Written by Maxwell L from La Puente
5 of 6 people found this useful
Mouse rendered useless by Yosemite upgrade
Upgrading to Yosemite will downgrade your Performance MX mouse to a device that merely points and clicks. You don't need to spen Upgrading to Yosemite will downgrade your Performance MX mouse to a device that merely points and clicks. You don't need to spend $100 for that. It's been weeks since I contacted Logitech about this problem - it sounds like plenty of other folks have done the same - but so far the company's issued no update with a fix. Even if that comes...it's given me an education about their customer support. Apple did not spring Yosemite on the world like a surprise album from Beyonce. It says a lot about a company that Logitech did not anticipate the need to support their product. …
- Written by Reid O from New York
16 of 17 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Can you use connect the Performance MX Mouse via bluetooth directly to the Macbook Pro without having to use the USB receiver?
- Asked by Stephen C from Las Vegas
- Sep 10, 2010
No. It uses a special dongle that supposedly is faster than bluetooth, so you need the dongle. I wou No. It uses a special dongle that supposedly is faster than bluetooth, so you need the dongle. I would rather have a bluetooth mouse, even though this mouse is rather nice and precise. …
- Answered by Lars G
- Feb 3, 2011
Is the Logitech Performance mouse MX compatible with os x Mavericks?
- Asked by Ben Amara H from Cupertino
- Nov 21, 2013
yeah it is. I'm using now. and i love it.
- Answered by Zi W from Roseville
- Mar 9, 2014
Can i use this mouse with a non wireless keyboard? I have an imac with my keyboard attached to my computer
- Asked by Linda E from Island Lake
- Feb 19, 2010
Yes. Just make sure you have an open USB port (the rectangle-shaped hole) that you can put the recei Yes. Just make sure you have an open USB port (the rectangle-shaped hole) that you can put the receiver into. Then you should be set up just fine. For using Logitech input devices on Macs, I'm pretty sure that you need to download an application called LCC Connection Utility first (at the support pat of Logitech's website) then you will be off to enjoying your new mouse!
Hope I helped,
Your fellow Mac user …
- Answered by Christopher M from Crittenden
- Mar 6, 2010
How about use in gaming applications?
- Asked by Raymond A from Oak Park
- Mar 9, 2010