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Logitech MX Performance Mouse (910-001122)

  • Model Number: 910-001122
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Featuring Darkfield Laser tracking technology, the Logitech Performance Mouse MX offers incredibly precise tracking on virtually any surface. The tiny Logitech Unifying receiver stays in your notebook, so there's no need to unplug it when you move around. And hyper-fast scrolling lets you fly through long documents and Web pages with a single spin of a nearly frictionless scroll wheel.

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  • Track precisely on more surfaces - even glass tables (4 mm minimum thickness) - thanks to Logitech Darkfield Laser Tracking.
  • The tiny Logitech Unifying receiver stays in your notebook, so there's no need to unplug it when you move around and there's less worry of it being broken or lost.
  • Easily add compatible wireless mice and keyboards to the same receiver.
  • Flexible recharging system uses a micro-USB cable to recharge your mouse through your computer or a standard wall outlet - even while you're using it.
  • Hyper-fast scrolling lets you fly through long documents and Web pages with a single spin of a nearly frictionless scroll wheel.
  • Sculpted, right-handed shape guides your hand to a naturally poised position and places integrated controls for Web browsing, application switching, and photo viewing within your thumb's reach.

Manufacturer's Warranty

  • Parts - 3 Year(s)
  • Labour - 3 Year(s)

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Connectivity USB
Tracking Technology Laser
Wireless Yes
Designed For Gaming No
Designed For Laptops No
Scroll Wheel Yes
Comfort Design Right-Handed
Colour Black
Batteries Included Yes
Warranty Labour 3 Year(s)
Warranty Parts 3 Year(s)



Customer Reviews

3.6 / 5
Based on 101 ratings,57 Reviews
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Positive vs. Critical Reviews

Positive 71%

38 Reviews

Critical 28%

19 Reviews

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  • from Pickering, ON
  • 3 days ago

Best Mouse

It has only one flaw: the wheel is a little too far in (down) and close to the left-click button. Otherwise, it's great. It has a ton of features and buttons. It's delightfully ergonomic. I can use it for work for 6+ hours a day (as an editor) without my hand's hurting.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Dec 25, 2014

Decent mouse...

Performs well, but Logitech might as well have made this mouse wired. The battery consumption on this device is insane; you're lucky to get 2 days worth of minimum use before you have to recharge. Read some previous reviews that replacing the stock battery that it comes with improved it's sustainability, but I didn't notice much of a difference. Overall, great mouse if not for the battery life issue.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Dec 17, 2014

Great mouse, precise and flexible

This is a great mouse overall, one of the best available on the market, in my humble opinion. First of all, it is very comfortable. There are many programmable buttons that are convenient and easy to use withouth stressing your hand. Also, the precision of the laser is excellent. It is also possible to adjust the resolution (number of DPI) of the laser with the press of a button, which is very convenient in certain situations (gaming, photoshopping). The scroll wheel concept of both click-y and free wheel works very well. The drivers are great, they allow you to specify different function for each button depending on which application you're in.

  • from Ottawa, ON
  • Sep 07, 2014

Not worth the money

My issue is that the scroll wheel on this mouse is terrible. The setpoint autoscroll works great on some websites, but does not work at all on others, so you have to set it back to universal scroll in setpoint. Even then, the scroll is speed sensitive, so it will go from not working at all, to scrolling to much on the same page. Doesn't make any difference if you set it to autoscroll or universal scroll in that regard. Really annoying! Also, the horizontal scroll does not have any click or feedback, but it doesn't matter because it doesn't work half the time anyway. I purchased this 2 days ago and returned it.

  • from Burnaby, BC
  • Aug 02, 2014

Good mouse but low battery life

I love everything about this mouse except for the short battery life. It has a great design that fits very comfortable in my hand, and many feature buttons that are easy to click without having to stretch or look down. However, the battery life is so short that it makes for a big disappointment. Perhaps a future design will use two batteries instead of one.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Jul 20, 2014

What waste a money

Just bought this mouse a week ago, what a waste of time. Doesn't hold a charge beyond 4 days and then you have to attach the USB cable to the computer, using up another USB port. It is just a total waste of money, I might as well have bought a corded mouse for all the trouble.

  • from Kelowna, BC
  • Jul 02, 2014

Another Designed to Fail Logitech Product

Logitech has embraced planned obsolescence with a passion. This particular mouse is a curious blend of good design-and shoddy workmanship, The Mouse itself, is fairly well designed and comfortable. However, for the high price they ask, it doesn't last long. The R\L buttons failed fairly soon-resulting in having to press very hard to make contact. This is a feature-not a bug. Logitechs products, even there high end have a fairly limited lifespan. The problem wasnt with the contacts inside, rather the mouse shell itself. I could fix it easily with a new shell. Can you get those? Course not. The same goes for their keyboards. +$100.00 Keyboards and mice that could easily repaired, cant, due to Logitechs policy of never providing parts. If there products weren't so expensive, it would be less of an issue. For the price Logitech asks.....I suggest looking at other companies.

  • from Brampton, ON
  • May 06, 2014

this mouse looks like

this mouse looks like a piece of black cardboard. i didnt like it and it burned a hole in my mouse pad. dont buy if you not want to house down your burn.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Apr 22, 2014

One of the best cordless mice out there

I was in the market for a new mouse, and was looking for something that was ergonomically comfortable, as well as on the higher end of performance. My two options were the Logitech MX Performance Mouse, and the Razer Deathadder. Although my hand had a better fit, and was more comfortable in the Razer, the ability to recharge, be cordless, precision scrolling, and lower thumb button (perfect for Mission Control on a Mac), are what sold me on the Logitech. My hand still rests comfortably, and I am very happy with my purchase, but the Logitech would better suit an individual with a larger hand. In regards to battery life, I use and keep my mouse at work, and usually go through a week without recharging. Even then, the charging cable acts as a corded mouse, allowing me to continue working. Charging can take several hours.

  • from Belleville, ON
  • Mar 11, 2014

Not worth the money!!!

This Mouse isn't worth the money, even the sale price I paid. The Battery doesn't last long, 4 to 5 days at best. my old mouse lasts 3 to 4 months. The software, is useless, and the recommended fix for the software issues from Logitech is to uninstall it. I bought this mouse to replace an older Microsoft wireless intellimouse. I bought it mainly for the size, I find most mice too small and after a while my hand starts to cramp up and get sore. I would not recommend this mouse to anyone, especially at the full price. I am not likely to buy another Logitech mouse or any other Logitech product in the future, as the quality is not where it should be for this company, and their customer service is some of the worst I've ever dealt with.

  • from Comox, BC
  • Feb 20, 2014

Excellent Mouse

I've had the Logitech Performance MX for close to 5 years now. It is far above any other mouse I have purchased. I'm not sure why other people are having problems with the weight, as it seems very light, and moves smoothly on any surface. I would definitely purchase this mouse again. PS. My mouse has 8 buttons, not 5 as noted in the specs.

  • from Calgary, AB
  • Jan 26, 2014

Best general purpose mouse ever

This mouse is superb. It utilizes a form of technology that Logitech refers to as a "Darkfield Laser" which functions extremely well on virtually any surface (including clear glass, pant legs, fuzzy blankets, etc) - I have tried many mice over the years including some by other manufacturers also claiming to function on all surfaces and this is by far the best. I cannot say whether or not this mouse would be any good for gaming as I do not use it for that purpose (nor is it specified as a gaming mouse), but for general purpose surfing, word processing, data entry, etc it is fantastic. After approximately 2 years of fairly heavy use there is very little discernible wear and no sign of problems. In fact I have just purchased a second unit as a spare in spite of the fact that I am a serious computer junkie who seldom keeps equipment long enough for it to wear out because I can usually count on finding something newer and more interesting long before that happens. In addition I also own a couple of the smaller Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX - equally fantastic, but in a smaller package more suitable for use with a laptop. The ability to work on pretty much any surface is especially useful when traveling. Well worth the money, even at the regular price.

  • from London, On
  • Jan 17, 2014

Didn't quite live up to its potential

Bought this mouse after all of the great reviews it has received from various online publications. The mouse has great ergonomics and fits the hand (have to be right handed) really well. The problem lies with the scroll wheel and buttons. The buttons are way too sensitive, as I find myself clicking things unintentionally. The scroll wheel middle click is terrible, only registering a click maybe half the time. This mouse had a lot of potential, but it just doesn't live up to all of the hype.

  • from Ottawa, ON
  • Jan 16, 2014

Not the best ,

Replaced my Microsoft mouse with this one. Not as good quality for the money. Luckily I did not pay full price Boxing Day otherwise it would not be worth it. Buttons a bit finicky and the scroll wheel is very sensitive

  • from Halifax Regional Municipality, NS
  • Jan 15, 2014

Not my idea of performance

The mouse is nice to hold, and seems to track nicely but that is where the performance ends. The buttons are terrible. the two main buttons are micro-switches, but they are way to easy to activate resulting in a lot of unwanted clicks. The rest of the buttons are cheap tact switches. The middle mouse button works when it wants to and is way too hard to activate. The scroll wheel has no precision. it only starts scrolling after the wheel is moved a a long way. This is my second mouse. I returned the first one because I thought there was something wrong with the switches etc. But no, the second one is the same. This is a mouse that should cost [price], not [price]. Good thing I got it on sale, but I still paid too much

  • from Guelph, ON
  • Jan 14, 2014

Worst Design Ever

Logitech used to make really good quality mice. This one is horrible. It's bulky and heavy. (Wrist still hurts after using it for 2 weeks). The battery life is horrible. I bought 2, one for work and one for home. The one at work is used 40 hours per week and lasts a week if I am lucky. I bought this item on sale and it's not worth it. I am thinking of selling them and using my older mice.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Jan 14, 2014

Logitech MX Performance Mouse

the mouse is really nice. the only weakness is the mouse runs out of battery too fast.

  • from Calgary, AB
  • Jan 14, 2014

Best Mouse

Best full size mouse on the market. Works on any surface and great for larger hands.

  • from Lasalle, QC
  • Jan 13, 2014

Best mouse on the market

No more pain when using it for long periods.

  • from Oakville, ON
  • Jan 12, 2014

Great for all surfaces...fussy with MAC OSX 10.9

Great fit and feel.. Works well on all surfaces including glass. the Unifying receiver is a great idea but they should include an extra one so you can put it on a couple of computers. I love the fact that this receiver is a stub you can leave on your laptop all the time without fear of breaking it. The configuration software for MAC Mavericks (10.9) has been very fussy. Not until the recent release of LCC 3.9 did it work on my MAC. It seems to have more configurability for the PC OS. All in all a great mouse for travel or desktop.

  • from Oakville, ON
  • Dec 06, 2013

Repetitive stress injuries

My thumb joint is starting to annoy me caused by repetitive stress injury. Although it looks like a ergonomic mouse, the thumb position is not ideal. That is why is causing me this.

  • from Kanata, ON
  • Dec 03, 2013

Amazing Product

This is truly the best mouse I have used to date! Well worth the extra money!

  • from Moncton, NB
  • Nov 24, 2013

Excellent Mouse!

I've had this for 3 years+ now and it still works great. Very comfortable, great for gaming. Well worth the money.

  • from Edmonton, AB
  • Oct 27, 2013

worth the money

I've had this mouse for a couple of years now. No problems with proper maintenance and cleaning. Stock battery lasts 8-10 hours of constant use while gaming, and recharges in less than an hour. Can be used while charging. I'm buying another before it's no longer available for when mine finally dies.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Oct 26, 2013

wasted my $[...]

Don't buy this remote. After using it for 1 year, it started giving problem. Mouse pointer sticks and doesn't move with movement of the mouse. It gives problem selecting text on any page. It looses connection in-between working. If you have to Drag and drop file from one location to the other, it looses connection. At times you have to click two times to select anything or click exactly on the extreme front part of the mouse to make it work. If you click it on little top part, it doesn't work. It worked perfectly fine for me for initial one year.

  • from Guelph, ON
  • Oct 19, 2013

Great Mouse

Lasted a long time, with heavy use. Gaming and otherwise.

  • from Ottawa, ON
  • Oct 14, 2013

don't buy

very poor quality as well the Logitech support I bought 2 keyboards and 2 mousses 1 mouse stopped work after 1 month 1 keyboard same second mouse is working but not too good

  • from Ottawa, ON
  • Sep 15, 2013

MX - early days but terrific so far

Excellent mouse in every respect so far. The dark field laser is effective on surfaces that made other mice work poorly or fail outright. The buttons provide flexibility and all work perfectly. It's very precise. I've only had the thing for about two weeks, but am entirely happy with it so far. I don't have enough experience with it yet to comment on battery life, but I certainly find it no less excellent when I use it with a wire, which is often. I'm running on Mac OS X. So far, so good.

  • from Edmonton, AB
  • Sep 02, 2013

wasted money

I have this mouse for a year now, after about 6 month it start giving me double click action on single left button click, as well click and drug stop working. I took a look at the forum on Logitech website for this mouse and was overwhelmed with amount of customers who had the same issues as I'm. This mouse render itself useless for my work in Photoshop.

  • from Moncton, NB
  • Feb 09, 2013

MX Performance Mouse

This mouse does what its suppose to do, preforms good has a nice feel to weight combo. The only negative I can mention is battery life is short like most other users have stated. Another observation I have noticed is the forward and backward buttons on the side are to close together and also should be moved forward about 15mm or so.

  • from Comox, BC
  • Feb 04, 2013

Terrible battery

Very comfortable large mouse, performs well ... but an absolutely terrible battery life. With the most powerful NiMH battery I can find it requires charging every 6 to 7 days with normal use. Only positive feature is that it can be charged while using it but that makes it a wired mouse for one day a week - not what I paid for. I wouldn't buy it again!

  • from Ottawa, ON
  • Jan 27, 2013

Great mouse

It seems every bit as accurate as my old Logitech MX Laser mice (which I wore out after many years of use). I liked the one I got for home well enough to buy another for work. Maybe the other guy got a bad unit, because the the batteries on mine seem to last around 2 weeks per charge. And I'm a *heavy* user... all day on my office mouse, and most of the evening / weekends on my home mouse. And when it *does* need charging, the charging cable means I can continue using the mouse while it charges... no need to have a backup mouse on hand anymore! (This was one of my pet-peeves with the older MX-Laser, and what ultimately prompted me to buy the 2nd one for the office.)

  • from Charlottetown, PE
  • Jan 26, 2013

Great Mouse

Have 4 of these for use on 3 PCs (1 for backup). Comfortable, accurate, tracks on glass, really small unifying dongle. Can use while charging. Will not use any other mouse.

  • from Saskatoon, SK
  • Jan 24, 2013

Very Good mouse

I have had one for years. All the computers in my mouse use the logitech mx performance mouse. It is big and comfortable. Can still use it while charging.

  • from Montréal, QC
  • Jan 19, 2013

Excellent - Large Hands

I've had this mouse for more than a year, working 8 hours a days with it and I love it. I have large hands and it's very difficult for me to find a comfortable mouse. This one fits the bill. It's stable and works well. I do not understand the comments about battery life. I charge it maybe once every 2 weeks and it gets used from 9h00-17h00. Now that I have changed jobs I'm going to ask my new boss to purchase one for office use since the one I own is at my home.

  • from Timmins, ON
  • Nov 09, 2012

Great mouse, poor battery

I have had this for a couple of weeks now and I like the performance and feel. The down side is the battery. It is a rechargeable and you have to charge it every couple of days even with only moderate use.

  • from Edmonton, AB
  • Sep 18, 2012

Great Mouse

I have owned this mouse for close to 2 years now and I have to say, I am very pleased with it. I am a very heavy computer user, and it is showing no signs of wear at all. Things I like The Teflon mouse feet make for a very smooth and quiet experience The hyper-speed mouse wheel is excelent for scrolling through long web pages or iTunes lists The many buttons are very useful for music, gaming and internet surfing. Feels fairly comfortable, but my thumb doesn't sit perfectly on it. Comes with rechargeable battery. Great software for binding certain buttons to certain things. Things I don't like Battery life could be better thanks to only having one AA battery. The Darkfield laser that is supposed to "track on virtually any surface" doesn't always track well on certain things. It does track on clear glass, but I've found that glossy desk surfaces and leather couches it struggles on. I would definitely recommend this mouse to anybody that is looking for a comfortable, quiet, advanced wireless mouse that can handle whatever you throw at it. However if you're a hardcore gamer, especially competitive, maybe go with something that is more comfortable and is made for gaming.

  • from Kelowna
  • Jul 25, 2012

Nice shape - poor battery life

I have used this mouse extensively for over a year. It is a bit heavy compared to earlier and simpler Logitech mice but has the best shape (I think) for comfort. The battery life is terrible - at the moment I am getting maybe 1 to 2 days max out of it. Logitech should be making a comfort mouse like this lighter and with less gimmicks (use it on glass ???). In todays world battery life should be much better than what this has. Great for comfort but poor on battery life.

  • from Canada
  • May 01, 2012

Ignore the Noobs

I've had this mouse for more than a year now. I honestly love it. Battery life is great. I charge it about once a week. This is considering that I play a lot of Starcraft 2 every day. So heavy use = once a week. I've tweaked all the buttons to suit my own needs: zoom is mute, forward is play music, back is DPI switching, and task switcher is default. The ergonomics are amazing. Tracking on all surfaces are excellent. Scrow wheel has smooth and jagged modes. Get it. It's worth it.

  • from Toronto
  • Apr 02, 2012


It is Very heavy and tiring, feels nice for one hour but not a good mouse for prolong use.

  • from Mississauga
  • Mar 31, 2012

Best Mouse

5 stars - best mouse I have ever used. So far I used it on a piece of wood, a mirror, and a roughed tiled floor -- no problems. Use the On/Off switch on the bottom to extend battery -- switch to Off when you are not using your computer. Use rechargeable NIMH batteries with a minimum of 1800mA. They are longer lasting when charged.

  • from Whitby
  • Mar 27, 2012

Good product

The software is excellent. You can setup different mouse settings for individual applications. It is (almost) large enough for my big hands (try to find a large mouse these days!). I replaced the factory installed battery with a brand name 2800mAh battery, which took care of the short battery life problem. What should be there, but isn't, is a button to switch between different DPIs. One thing really bugs me though: The wheel button, which I like to use for double-clicks, is unusable. It is way too stiff. It is impossible to click it without moving the wheel. If they would make the mouse a bit bigger and if they would fix that wheel button problem, I would rate this product a 5. But, the way it is now, I'll have to rate it a 3.

  • from Mississauga
  • Jan 31, 2012

Very bad battery life

I play games a lot and after an hour or two the bateries are dead. plug in the USB charger is challenge, and with cord plugged in mouse you cant do much, the cord is so stiff like its made out of steel. Very dissapointed considering the price. Iam returning this mouse today...

  • from Abbotsford
  • Dec 27, 2011


A great mouse for software development and browsing the interwebs. Love the fast scrolling mode.

  • from Mississauga
  • Oct 11, 2011

Bring back the Revolution

This is a good mouse but it's a move backwards for Logitech. Why oh why did they eliminate the best features of the MX Revolution mouse, which this thing replaces unless you purchase the MX5500 combo. Logitech... bring back the better buttons, the better battery and the powered docking stand.

  • from Barrie
  • Sep 20, 2011

This mouse is great

Hey, This mouse is great. If you buy a decent rechargeable battery, it lasts a week. I use mine all day every day, and I've never gone less than 7-10 days on a battery. I bought a 4-pack and just rotate them out. J

  • from Saskatoon, SK
  • Jul 31, 2011

Great mouse poor battery life

I bought this mouse a while back for work. I use it primarily for CAD. Works great, tracks beautifully. Biggest problem is I have to charge it every day. Nice that is has a USB cord to charge it but you may as well buy a corded mouse. Very disappointed with this aspect especially for this price. Won't buy another.

  • from Kingston
  • Jul 20, 2011

poor battery

Generally it is a good mouse, but 2-3 day battery life per charge is unacceptable. I only got it for 2 weeks and decide to return it this weekend. If I can!

  • from Toronto
  • Apr 10, 2011

very good mouse

I bought 2 of these mice back when they cost a lot more than a sane person would pay for a mouse. I guess it was a moment of madness, I should have waited. I've used them for over almost 2 years now. The mice did turn out to be really good: this is a full-sized mice with a receiver you can plug and forget on a laptop. Several things of note: (1) This is NOT a laptop mouse. There is no storage compartment for the receiver (which is small and can be left on the laptop). You can't store the receiver inside the mouse. The mouse will take up a fair amount of space in your backpack. (2) I use my mice on Mac and Windows machines: the software for Windows is quite good, but the one for Mac sucks. If you are on a Mac, use USB Overdrive instead. You are welcome. (3) Works on glass at least 0.5cm thick. That is, it works: nothing is being said about it working WELL on glass. There is a difference. Trust me. (4) You need to clean it every once in a while. Sometimes dust particles cause the mouse pointer to creep slowly over the screen. When clean, it's quite accurate though. (5) The batteries don't last anywhere NEAR 3 months, but you can charge them right from the computer all the while using the mouse. That's the major complaint for me about wireless mice: no wires is all nice and well, but when I forget to change the battery I need to go battery-hunting in the office. (6) Mouse has a solid construction, with a bit of metal around the rim. It's classy and it looks expensive (which unsurprisingly it is), but the mouse body is still made of plastic. My only complaint is that it's not a trackball. As mice go, it's the best I've had. I am a software developer and use it almost every waking moment.

  • from Toronto
  • Jan 07, 2011

Not as good as the original MX

I have had the original Logitech MX for over two years now and have loved the mouse. I bought the MX Performance Mouse expecting it to, at a minimum, meet the performance of the original. It did not. The Performance is lighter, feels less natural in the hand and lacks the thumb wheel. If you have used anything other than the original MX, you will enjoy this mouse. If you have used the original you may be disappointed. I think Logitech could have done better with their premier mouse.

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