Logitech MX 510 Performance Mouse review: Logitech MX 510 Performance Mouse

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Logitech MX510 Performance Mouse (Blue)

(Part #: 931162-0403) Released: Mar 19, 2004
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4 stars

CNET Editors' Rating

The Good Comfortable; loads of customizable buttons; 800dpi optical sensor.

The Bad Geared toward right-handed users; not wireless.

The Bottom Line While not the pinnacle of gaming mice, Logitech's MX510 Performance Optical will benefit all but the most competitive digital warrior.

8.3 Overall

Logitech MX510 Performance Optical Mouse

If you're a right-handed mouse user with an appetite for shortcut buttons and lightning-fast response times, the Logitech MX510 Performance Optical Mouse will be right up your alley. Available in a hypnotic red or blue finish, the mouse also boasts an ergonomic design that'll appeal to gamers and professionals alike. It does not have wireless capability, tethering to your PC via a USB cord, but at least that means you won't have to deal with charging or changing the batteries.

Every button (there are eight total) and speed setting on the MX510 Performance Optical Mouse is customizable using the included software. You'll appreciate the software especially if you're not used to having forward and back shortcuts on the side of your mouse, because the two here are somewhat prone to accidental presses. But in terms of performance, feel, and appearance, the Logitech MX510 makes a great choice for anyone who wants more from their mouse. Its optical sensor has an 800dpi (dots per inch) resolution, making the mouse sensitive enough for all but the most demanding gamer, and even graphics professionals will appreciate the consistency of the MX510 Performance Optical Mouse's finely tuned response.

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