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It is my feeling, but the response rate or DPI is not not good as logitech G304.
The most annoying thing is it goes into sleep in the middle of game play if the game has a long cut scene. You need to press a button to wake it up. I guess there might be a turn off option if install it's software, but it woild drain power more quickly.
Switching between BT and dongle mode Also not convenient as G304, which has a quick button on top to toggle.
The good thing of this over G304 is the mouse design. More ergonomic and comfortable and lighter.
No sé con que configuración se tienen prometidas las horas de la batería pero no cumple ni con la mitad, la duración sí es aceptable, pero las pilas las cambiaba cada semana, con muchísimo uso, eso sí, obviamente son recargables, de marca buena. Si cumpliera con lo anunciado podría usar el ratón dos semanas 24/7, no una. Aparte de eso es de buena calidad, es cómodo y funciona bien, pero he tenido ratones de pilas que duran más que este que en teoría es su fortaleza.
After a month the left click lost its spring back.
Go with another company
UPDATE: So my warranty claim has been denied because I dared to use compressed air to see if there was anything stuck in the crevice. What customer service! Opened the darn thing up because what the heck, I am curious... the plastic nub on the left click was worn down like I had been using it for years... What quality!
Also I bought a Corsair Harpoon which I am very happy with so far.
This mouse has a smart design, its comfortable, it connects well and has great configuration settings to get the right sensitivity for whatever your gaming style. It is a good product, not as good as a wired gaming mouse for competitive gaming, but for less demanding titles - it's nice. BUT the battery life is holy-goodness-are-we-not-in-the-modern-age-awful.
I should not buy a wireless mouse for convenience of it being wireless and it drain two AAA batteries within a week. Every week. Maybe my batteries suck? I've had to buy more batteries trying to rectify this then the mouse is worth... sigh. Maybe it's the lights on the mouse or maybe it's because it's not "going to sleep", Nope and nope. My ancient wireless mouse that has no custom gaming functions is still kicking, it has more lights on it and it doesn't have the auto sleep feature (I forget it glowing on my desk for days at a time..) Yet my ancient wireless mouse has never had its battery changed. I've taken it out once or twice just to see and yet, still 40% battery. Nice.
Now this new age mouse has all the features, outside of the battery life. Which I feel should be more prioritized than it has been. Pretty disappointing to be honest.. now I have to find a AAA battery charger to make all these spoiled AAA batteries new purpose in life.
I really love how the mouse operates and feels, however I have found a few issues. It goes through batteries very quickly if you customize the mouse even the slightest amount. It tends to lose its connection very easily and has issues reconnecting in a reasonable amount of time and I have now started to experience squeaking in the wheel while scrolling. With all the being said, my laptop run steel series and I find it very convenient to link it with my personal settings, the feel of the mouse is exactly what I prefer. This mouse isn't the top end model by any means and I would use this as a commuter mouse for work/school and spend the extra cash on a high end model.
Bought this as I needed a bluetooth mouse and opted for the bluetooth version of my wired Rival 310. Unfortunately it's 5 millimeters shorter which means the ergonomics are off and it doesn't fit my hand. Photos compare wired Rival 310, Logitech M510, and Rival 3. Shortest one at three lines is RIval 3, lit one is Rival 310 wired, and swept back one is M510. If I didn't need a mouse right now I'd return it. It is otherwise precise and works fine