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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 6, 2022
I wish that there was a fusion between the Logitech G502 Hero wireless mouse, Logitech MX 3 mouse, and the ReDragon M801P Sniper Pro wireless mouse and the Razer Basilisk Ultimate. I don't understand why all other mice on the market do not have a hyper scroll capability yet. If the ReDragon M801P mouse had this hyper scroll wheel. I would love it because of the format of being able to wrest my ring finger on the mouse channel. It is so hard to find a good ergonomic mouse on the market today with great features.

If that M801P ergonomic palm and finger wrest shape, as well as the scroll wheel placement and the RGB lighting was combined with the click ability of G502 Hero mouse buttons and button placement (including the middle finger length of the right mouse click). Was merged with the MX 3 mouse's perfected hyper scroll wheel, the thumb wheel functionality and programmability, as well as the ergonomic thumb rest shape, it would be the absolute perfect mouse! I totally had no idea how useful the thumbwheel would be until I started using. Its programmability makes it so useful!

I found that with the functionality of the MX 3 Mouse, I am so much faster and enjoy doing the work now that I found tedious before. I get so much done; it is ridiculous! The combination of using this mouse with Logitech G915 keyboard makes me so much faster that I don't want to stop getting things done. I found that I can do stuff that I never could before typing wise with the G915. That is why I'm writing so much on this review. It doesn't even bother me at all since it doesn't take very long to do this. Work kind of feels like videogaming right now.

Basically, the Razer Basilisk Ultimate has a RGB superior lighting capability as well as a better overall ergonomic shape feel than the G502 Hero. I had purchased it first and ended up returning it because the right click was missing clicks and the scroll wheel adjustment didn't reach the level of not ratcheting at all. The G502 simply had better clicking buttons and the hyper scroll wheel over the Basilisk Ultimate. Though the placement of the hyper scroll wheel forces one to shift their hand too much because its is to close to the second joint on the index finger. That is why I ended up returning the G502 and purchasing the MX 3 mouse.

Recently I was forced to search for a new ergonomic wireless mouse.

I previously had the original Logitech M705 portable mouse for around a decade. Finally wore it out to the point where the receiver would not connect. I loved the hyper scroll functionality of the mouse, as well as the ergonomics of thumb rest pocket curve. The forward and back buttons were a welcome addition, though I had to move my thumb far to reach them. The Issue with this mouse was that it was too small since it was meant for portability.

When the original MX mouse came onto the market, I had no desire for it since the ergonomics and features were poor.

Before purchasing this MX 3 Mouse I acquired the G502 Hero wireless and it was awesome except for the positioning of the scroll wheel, the thumb rest curvature, the coating on the mouse caused me to sweat and the mouse would slip in my hand, and finally the width of the mouse was too small for properly wresting one’s hand on. The MX 3 mouse wheel without the rubber grip is way better for feel and longevity over the G502 Hero wireless. The rubber on my original M705 mouse had worn loose after about a year or two of use and I had to cut it off in order to continue using the hyper scroll functionality. The G502 has a rubber on it which probably means it will loosen over time.

The bad thing about the MX 3 mouse is that the forward and back buttons are small cheap plastic buttons that are difficult to press, unlike the G502 buttons. The hump that is put into the palm wrest behind the thumb wheel is just overkill and bad ergonomics. You end up having a hard surface jutting into the root bone socket of your index finger. The curvature of the M801P is much more conducive to the natural ergonomic flow of the palm.

The right and left mouse click buttons on the MX 3 mouse are too loud and put up too much resistance. The right click's size is too narrow to allow for clicking all the time without running into the outer border of the mouse. The G502 had the perfect balance of size, shape and reactivity in comparison to the MX 3 mouse. A major issue I run into with the MX 3 mouse is that my index will accidentally brush ever so slightly against the hyper scroll wheel when it is on infinite scroll, and I am trying to rotate the thumb wheel while navigating an image gallery. This causes the gallery to start moving based on the infinite scroll.

This issue could be avoided if the MX 3 mouse had finger channels like the G502, or the Razer Basilisk or even the M801P has. Though the M801P's right click is not as long and therefore it is possible for one's finger to slip over the end of it.

I hope in the future Logitech, Razer, or ReDragon will implement the changes that I mentioned here and make the perfect mouse that could be used for either gaming or productivity.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best mouse scroll wheel, thumb rest, and programmability on the market, period!
By Nlitend Theory on March 5, 2022
I wish that there was a fusion between the Logitech G502 Hero wireless mouse, Logitech MX 3 mouse, and the ReDragon M801P Sniper Pro wireless mouse and the Razer Basilisk Ultimate. I don't understand why all other mice on the market do not have a hyper scroll capability yet. If the ReDragon M801P mouse had this hyper scroll wheel. I would love it because of the format of being able to wrest my ring finger on the mouse channel. It is so hard to find a good ergonomic mouse on the market today with great features.

If that M801P ergonomic palm and finger wrest shape, as well as the scroll wheel placement and the RGB lighting was combined with the click ability of G502 Hero mouse buttons and button placement (including the middle finger length of the right mouse click). Was merged with the MX 3 mouse's perfected hyper scroll wheel, the thumb wheel functionality and programmability, as well as the ergonomic thumb rest shape, it would be the absolute perfect mouse! I totally had no idea how useful the thumbwheel would be until I started using. Its programmability makes it so useful!

I found that with the functionality of the MX 3 Mouse, I am so much faster and enjoy doing the work now that I found tedious before. I get so much done; it is ridiculous! The combination of using this mouse with Logitech G915 keyboard makes me so much faster that I don't want to stop getting things done. I found that I can do stuff that I never could before typing wise with the G915. That is why I'm writing so much on this review. It doesn't even bother me at all since it doesn't take very long to do this. Work kind of feels like videogaming right now.

Basically, the Razer Basilisk Ultimate has a RGB superior lighting capability as well as a better overall ergonomic shape feel than the G502 Hero. I had purchased it first and ended up returning it because the right click was missing clicks and the scroll wheel adjustment didn't reach the level of not ratcheting at all. The G502 simply had better clicking buttons and the hyper scroll wheel over the Basilisk Ultimate. Though the placement of the hyper scroll wheel forces one to shift their hand too much because its is to close to the second joint on the index finger. That is why I ended up returning the G502 and purchasing the MX 3 mouse.

Recently I was forced to search for a new ergonomic wireless mouse.

I previously had the original Logitech M705 portable mouse for around a decade. Finally wore it out to the point where the receiver would not connect. I loved the hyper scroll functionality of the mouse, as well as the ergonomics of thumb rest pocket curve. The forward and back buttons were a welcome addition, though I had to move my thumb far to reach them. The Issue with this mouse was that it was too small since it was meant for portability.

When the original MX mouse came onto the market, I had no desire for it since the ergonomics and features were poor.

Before purchasing this MX 3 Mouse I acquired the G502 Hero wireless and it was awesome except for the positioning of the scroll wheel, the thumb rest curvature, the coating on the mouse caused me to sweat and the mouse would slip in my hand, and finally the width of the mouse was too small for properly wresting one’s hand on. The MX 3 mouse wheel without the rubber grip is way better for feel and longevity over the G502 Hero wireless. The rubber on my original M705 mouse had worn loose after about a year or two of use and I had to cut it off in order to continue using the hyper scroll functionality. The G502 has a rubber on it which probably means it will loosen over time.

The bad thing about the MX 3 mouse is that the forward and back buttons are small cheap plastic buttons that are difficult to press, unlike the G502 buttons. The hump that is put into the palm wrest behind the thumb wheel is just overkill and bad ergonomics. You end up having a hard surface jutting into the root bone socket of your index finger. The curvature of the M801P is much more conducive to the natural ergonomic flow of the palm.

The right and left mouse click buttons on the MX 3 mouse are too loud and put up too much resistance. The right click's size is too narrow to allow for clicking all the time without running into the outer border of the mouse. The G502 had the perfect balance of size, shape and reactivity in comparison to the MX 3 mouse. A major issue I run into with the MX 3 mouse is that my index will accidentally brush ever so slightly against the hyper scroll wheel when it is on infinite scroll, and I am trying to rotate the thumb wheel while navigating an image gallery. This causes the gallery to start moving based on the infinite scroll.

This issue could be avoided if the MX 3 mouse had finger channels like the G502, or the Razer Basilisk or even the M801P has. Though the M801P's right click is not as long and therefore it is possible for one's finger to slip over the end of it.

I hope in the future Logitech, Razer, or ReDragon will implement the changes that I mentioned here and make the perfect mouse that could be used for either gaming or productivity.
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