• 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice ergonomics but horrible lag.

    • Written by from Rochester

    I love the way this mouse feels, and it's buttons are all on par for the price. The problem is it lags so much that I end up using the track pad most of the time. I use it on a Late 2011 Macbook Pro 15" with 2.4GHz i7, 16GB of RAM, and a 480GB SSD, on 10.9.5. It's nearly impossible to use in Photoshop because it jumps around everywhere, so I just have to resort back to the track pad. If it wasn't for this problem it'd be great.

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    i wish i could love it

    • Written by from brooklyn

    i wish i could love it but it just doesn't work very well.

    i have an older mac book pro. it was top of the line in 2007 and the specs are still ok compared to new models. i used to use a microsoft mouse with a huge transmitter that was just fine. i bought this because of the small transmitter and nice ergonomic design.

    the problem is that it just doesn't track properly. it's jerky on any type of surface--even white paper or a standard mouse pad.

    i've tried some of the troubleshooting tricks but nothing seems to work.

    10 of 11 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Ok but..

    • Written by from Grove City

    The tracking is not as nice on a mac as it is on a windows-based or linux-based machine. When the computer comes back up from sleep the mouse sometimes initially works, sometimes not, and turning the mouse off and on doesn't work. I have to manually remove and reinsert the nano dongle to get it to reinitialize. This happens with and without the Logitech Control Center installed. Ugh! I won't be buying Logitech next time that's for sure since I now exclusively use a Mac. I will definitely be looking at other brands. I was a Logitech fan for years and years, not anymore! This problem also happened with my M710. So, I am not pleased.

    I have a mid-2012 MBP 13" with OS X 10.8.2.

    28 of 32 people found this useful