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Greta_s DadSat Aug-11-18 03:09 PM
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"MX 1000"


  

          

Have any users of the Logitech MX 1000 found
a good replacement?
Mine is over 13 years old.

  

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nightlyreaderSun Aug-12-18 04:59 AM
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#1. "RE: MX 1000"
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Can't recall the model of my old Logitech, but have been using a Logitech M510 for several years. No problems, use rechargeable in it. Batteries last a long time.

Nightly Reader

  

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GreyFalconMon Aug-13-18 02:44 PM
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#2. "RE: MX 1000"
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Mon Aug-13-18 02:52 PM by GreyFalcon

          

Mine died years ago. This might be a good replacement (https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Anywhere-Wireless-Mobile-Mouse/dp/B00Y09IWGQ/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1534171207&sr=8-4&keywords=logitech+anywhere+mx+2). I have gravitated to smaller lighter mice over the years. There is an updated model (https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Anywhere-Wireless-Cross-Computer-Control/dp/B071VK5KXN/ref=dp_ob_title_ce?dpID=31ryRgpss3L&preST=_SX300_QL70_&dpSrc=detail)Apparently it is USB rechargeable.

  

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KJTMon Aug-13-18 03:11 PM
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#3. "RE: MX 1000"
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Good find. Either the older or newer model should be more than adequate IF he can adapt to the smaller size - it is a mobile mouse.

One reviewer, a woman, said it is just the right size for her smaller hand.

And, it's interesting that the newer model is cheaper than the older model - $7.71 less.

Jim.

  

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therubeMon Aug-13-18 06:02 PM
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#4. "RE: MX 1000"
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IF he can adapt to the smaller size

Good point.

On a lark, I end up with a Rosewill M55.
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826193114

When I got it, I was so surprised, that it was physically large, that it actually fit my hand well. (And worked decently too.)


(Just mentioning because of the size. Not appropriate for the OP, it's wired. And I don't put credence into "gaming" either. To me, it's a mouse. Large in size. Happens to actually work well, for me.)

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GreyFalconMon Aug-13-18 07:17 PM
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#5. "RE: MX 1000"
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I'm 70 and adapted. The MX 1000 was a great mouse but it was heavy and quite large. I find it a lot easier to use a smaller mouse these days. I got a Razor Deathadder Elite gaming mouse because I was wearing out so many smaller wireless mice gaming, but the Deathadder is slim and feels more like a mobile mouse to me.

  

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#6. "RE: MX 1000"
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How boud dat cancer warning they issued on that page? You scared?

HP Envy 750-520,Win 10 Pro X64,Intel I7-7700, 8GB DDR4,PC4-19200,Radeon RX 460(2GB GDDR5 Graphics)256GB SSD/1TB Hard Drives

  

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GreyFalconTue Aug-14-18 10:06 PM
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#7. "RE: MX 1000"
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I think the cancer warning is California. I don't suppose anyone in the rest of the Country would eat their mouse.

  

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Paul DThu Aug-16-18 11:49 PM
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#8. "RE: MX 1000"
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I replaced mine with a Logitech Performance Mouse MX. Very similar later model.
Drawback: It loses charge pretty quickly, but can be used as a corded mouse while recharging.

I'm happy with it.




Paul D

  

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GreyFalconFri Aug-17-18 06:22 AM
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#9. "RE: MX 1000"
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That reminds me of my old beloved MX 1000 or what I remember of it. There is an upgraded model of your mouse as well (https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Wireless-Cross-Computer-Control-Graphite/dp/B071YZJ1G1/ref=dp_ob_title_ce?dpID=41bay9I1IEL&preST=_SX300_QL70_&dpSrc=detail). It is right big in the scheme of things that I have gotten used too lately.

  

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Paul DThu Aug-23-18 01:07 AM
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#11. "RE: MX 1000"
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In fact I no longer have the Performance Mouse MX. Can't remember why I got rid of it, but I now have an MX Master (not the 2S model in GreyFalcon's post). I'm still happy with it.



Paul D

  

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Greta_s DadWed Aug-22-18 01:11 AM
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#10. "RE: MX 1000"
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QUOTE:

I replaced mine with a Logitech Performance Mouse MX. Very similar later model.
Drawback: It loses charge pretty quickly, but can be used as a corded mouse while recharging.

I'm happy with it.




Paul D


I purchased the Logitec Performance Mouse MX, too, from a very
well known supplier. Today I shipped it back.
The "Zoom" button would not accept re-assignment.
The "Application" button wouldn't work at all.
And probably worst of all, the 3 pads on the underside
of the mouse showed quit a bit of scratches from what I
think was previous usage. So, now I'm expecting a refund.

  

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