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    has anyone got or used a logitech MX700 cordless mouse i have seen many great reviews but is it really that good a mouse for gaming as i go to overnight lans quite frequently so thats about 11 hours. would i need to change the batteries and yes i know it has a charger but if i had to wait 2 hrs for the thing to charge i would take 2 sets of batteries or something
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    best mouse available. power is not an issue, i can run it for a week (4 hours a day) on an overnight charge. get it.
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    and itīs PERFECT!!!!!!!!!!!

    I donīt think you īll need extra batteries.... but then again, I never used it 11 hours straight

    If you can afford it, then itīs the BEST choice!!:thumb:

    On the other hand, I bought it to play while iīm laying on my bed.... if youīre gonna play always in a desk by the machine, then you should go for the MX500..... (same mouse with cord)

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    The new Microsoft mice are better...and the IE 3.0 is a better gaming mouse.

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    I want to like it, but I can't. I've got fairly big hands, and having used an Intellimouse Explorer since they came out, going over to the Logitech didn't work. There's a contour line on the right hand side of the mouse that digs into one of my fingers, and becomes very uncomfortable after a while. Aside from that, it really is a good mouse. However, I think I'm going to go for a wireless Explorer next time...

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    i own one too. the size of the mouse is great for my big hands, and i like the weight. also, teh best thing about this mouse is the recargable batteries/stand. fully recharged mx700 can last u over 8hr
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    I don't own one personally, but I good friend of mine does. He loves it and is an avid gamer. Considering he's done 12 hour gaming marathons from time to time, I don't you you need to worry about batteries :)
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    thanx for all the help
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