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@Australia, I paid $210 for mine, wanted it brand spanking new! It’s an absolutely amazing mouse! Does everything I need and more, plus it can bind anything! I’m not a gamer by the way, everyone that sees the mouse says the same thing! ” whoaaa, image that in call of duty ” ... nope, image this in Photoshop! :D

Hey ty for reply, what does bind anything mean?

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@Australia, no problem mate, by anything I mean media players, PS/DW/FW commands, system shortcuts, music, video, volume, zoom, absolutely anything you can do with your keyboard in a combination and more macros that it provides from the software it comes with by default. I’m very happy with it! The best part is that I use it on Mac and PC, both offer the same amount of compatibility. My Cyborg Rat 9 was a nightmare to add macros to compared to this!

So, yeah, you can bind anything you want to it! :)

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I also have the Razer Ouroboros and is a good piece of hardware. It isn’t ergonomic as the Logitech MX because the Ouroboros is for both, right and left handers.

But the software for Mac (Razer Synapse 2.0) is a disaster. So full of bug, such a shame…

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Hey guys, so after reading how amazing the performance mx mouse is, i went ahead and bought one, the hardware is pretty good and comfortable, but i had no success with the software so far. I’ve downloaded the software from the logitech site but i can find were i can change the preferences, such as mouse speed, acceleration, what each button does. Can some one help, I’m on a rMBP late 2013 osx 10.9.4.

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rMBP + old Logitech m705.

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Hey guys, so after reading how amazing the performance mx mouse is, i went ahead and bought one, the hardware is pretty good and comfortable, but i had no success with the software so far. I’ve downloaded the software from the logitech site but i can find were i can change the preferences, such as mouse speed, acceleration, what each button does. Can some one help, I’m on a rMBP late 2013 osx 10.9.4.

System preferences > Logitech Control Center. Double click the image of your mouse.

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@Australia, no problem mate, by anything I mean media players, PS/DW/FW commands, system shortcuts, music, video, volume, zoom, absolutely anything you can do with your keyboard in a combination and more macros that it provides from the software it comes with by default. I’m very happy with it! The best part is that I use it on Mac and PC, both offer the same amount of compatibility. My Cyborg Rat 9 was a nightmare to add macros to compared to this! So, yeah, you can bind anything you want to it! :)

+ 1 tyvm :)

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System preferences > Logitech Control Center. Double click the image of your mouse.

Thanks :) The only think i don’t like is that it has acceleration, is there a way to disable it, i really don’t like it, i prefer a more uniform movement.

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At the office, Magic Mouse or Trackpad… On the Road, I use Arc Touch, due to its slimness and ease of packing

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System preferences > Logitech Control Center. Double click the image of your mouse.
Thanks :) The only think i don’t like is that it has acceleration, is there a way to disable it, i really don’t like it, i prefer a more uniform movement.

There was some third party software for that. But I recommend you to hold on with it. After couple of days you’ll find acceleration very convenient.

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