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Logitech Logitech Cube

Average Customer Rating:
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2 out of 4(50%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Logitech Cube
Review 1 for Logitech Cube
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3 out of 5
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3 out of 5
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Justin

just short of a great idea

Date:November 14, 2012
Add a smoother material, a laser pointer, a place to put the receiver, and even turn the receiver into a memory stick. Do that and you will have a genius device.
+7points
7out of 7found this review helpful.
Review 2 for Logitech Cube
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2 out of 5
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1 out of 5
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3 out of 5
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StoryUnknown

Mixed Feelings

Date:September 4, 2012
Perhaps the Only good thing about this mouse is the way it looks...from a distance. The prrrinted text and horizontal stripes ruin the design. The panels are cheaply assembled with ugly little sharp tabs roughening the edges of it. The cheap feel to the hollow little box is very unsatisfying to use. The box couldnt be more creaky or rickety. Worst of all, the right click will stop working after an hour (easily fixed by turning it on then off.) I cannot believe how much i miss a wheel button for opening links in a new tab. You have to hold down CTRL and left click to open a link in a new tab now. The slight stickiness of the material feels sickeningly cheap, and makes pixel-precision photoshopping truly impossible as it grabs the table and makes very the cursor incredible jumpy, even when you barely try to move it and you have set the mouse speed to very slow. The scrolling works like a bad joke (the feature i was most excited about) and i often swipe big swipes to no effect, only to find that it registers my finger resting still as a slight scroll in the most unimaginable inconvenient places (especially windows with any kind of drop-down menu that you really are NOT interested in using) Worse, I cannot manage to get the mouse to scroll UP, only down Make sure you adjust your scroll wheel settings on your computer to scroll about 5 lines per wheel 'click' because this helps make it MUCH smoother. Finally, the sides are not flat but have an ugly and cheap-looking bend, with the thin, cheap top surface gaining a permanent super-unasthetic indentation in it over the left-click area after the first hour of use. In other words, this is not nearly so much a cube as it is a rectangular prism.
Some things are so awesome I'd almost pay 30 dollars for (but not 70):
-Whoa that's small (even SMALLER than I expected, LOVE)
-best 'click' I have ever felt. Deep. Quality sounding/feeling left-click button
-on/off switch is very delicious-looking
-charging experience is outstanding (cord, intuitive light indicators, charges quick, lasts forever. of course I'm always turning mine off, so)
If the price drops to $25, get it. Fun for coffee shops and travel. But doesn't turn heads or anything. Despite being the smallest mouse I have ever seen.
+11points
13out of 15found this review helpful.
Review 3 for Logitech Cube
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4 out of 5
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4 out of 5
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oginome

Date:June 2, 2012
Good for macbook air. But will you provide the software for mac? not smooth scrolling for mac now...
+3points
6out of 9found this review helpful.
Review 4 for Logitech Cube
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3 out of 5
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SicV
Expertise: Tech Savvy

Date:May 23, 2012
I owned this nifty little thing for couple weeks now. Travel friendly, worthy of apple design, nice as a mouse. Logitech had a right idea and almost got it figured out, but fell short in the following places:
* The bottom is made of soft plastic - it got scratched up the second I put it on a table.
* The mouse is always on - even when your computer is sleeping. This means the mouse battery dies in three days, if you not turning the mouse off and on with the switch.
* Not oleophobic - this means you will leave greasy fingerprints all over it
* No tactile feedback to know where to click for the right click - this means you will click left mouse button when you want to click the right mouse button
* No storage for the receiver - If you do not do anything about it you are guaranteed to loose the receiver. I had to make a little pouch out of velcro to store the receiver on the protective case that came with the mouse
Couple minor annoyances:
* No laser pointer - it is intended to double as a presenter, so a pointer is a must.
* Corners of the side panels are sticking out a tiny bit, catching on fine threads and lint
I wish Logitech put a bit more thought into this thing, then it would have rocked the world. For now it's just an odd travel mouse.
+39points
42out of 45found this review helpful.