"Great mouse when it works. Software bugs cause problems"2.0 starson by someoneforcnetwillo
Pros: This mouse works extremely well when it works. Like the posts before me, which might just be self-promoting ads for Logitech. However, mice have software, and that has to work well too, which in my case seems not to be the case.
Cons: Yesterday my mouse worked great. Today, I cannot drag desktop items; i.e. hold down the left mouse button on something and move the mouse. Strange, the left mouse button works. I can click anything with it. The mouse cursor moves when I move.
Summary: So the left mouse button works, and the mouse cursor moves, but not in tandem. I cannot, for example, select a block of text with the mouse. Apparently the Logitech forum for customer support is not very clear on the subject. For example, there is a Troubleshooting page for the Anywhere mouse that has a Download link that is broken. Sounds to me like a chop-shop of H1B Visa Hardware and C++ software engineers that have little or no marketing, sales, or quality control department. I've worked in them before. One CEO big man at the top demands that the engineering team ship on a specific date and forget quality control, we're gonna ship! No one on the team wants to be the messenger that gets shot, so "Sure boss, we'll be ready". A real company would have hired an outsourcing quality control company to preview their site periodically or have software that scans for broken links. It will probably be fixed by the time you read this. But here the URL that lead me to the "Oops page - this is not the page you are looking for". http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/428/5846&cl=US,EN?section=downloads