Any Logitech or Microsoft mouse as smooth as...

Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by tonie, Sep 25, 2011.

  1. macrumors 6502

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    Is there any Logitech or Microsoft mouse that works smooth as Magic Mouse in OSX? My Logitech VX is kinda stutter in OSX even though I have SteerMouse. Sucks OSX is so picky...
     
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    alust2013

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    I have a Logitech LX 8 that works very well, as well as a m505, which isn't quite as smooth, but still definitely usable.
     
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    My Logitech performance MX mouse has been working flawlessly with Lion and previously with SL
     
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    Is it as smooth as the trackpad? Do you have to install any softwares?
     
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    aeboi

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    yes, if you choose to use hyper-fast scrolling mode, smooth like butter

    Logitech has an OS X program that you install in order to program the mouse buttons to customized actions.
     
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    if you're talking about how smoothly you can scroll through websites with the wheel, you just need to install the driver from Logitech.

    I use a VX Nano and scrolling through websites sucked until I installed the drivers and configured it the way I like. perfectly smooth now.
     
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    I'm not talking about scrolling but the way the cursor moves and how precise it is.
     
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    Preciseness of the tracking I guess, but either way, no lag here
     
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    Oh, ok. My mouse is working fine in that aspect as well. the cursor moves around just as smoothly as when using the trackpad, but it was like that even before installing drivers.
     
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    I'm using the Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 and it's smooth as silk. I didn't install the MS drivers; just using the stock OS X Bluetooth support.

    I like it because I prefer a real scroll wheel on a mouse, and its small size and white coloring are a good complement to the MacBook Air's design.
     

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