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  1. For a start, I'm deeply disappointed with Logitech! I had Logitech MX Revoution Mouse, until one day it started to have double click issues. More on this problem here: http://forums.logite...ick/td-p/243999 Well, I've decided to sell the mouse as it were (with this double click failure) and a year and a half ago I've bought Logitech MX 1100 mouse that recently started giving me that ol' double-click problems. Now, I've downloaded this application that helps a bit, but can't solve the problem completely. Not to mention that I do not want to use a third party software for my mouse to function properly. There another option, I can fix that lousy Omron clicker in Logitech mouse as instructed here: http://www.overclock...les-diy-repair/ having in mind that this won't extend the mouse lifespan, this fix will only hold for some time and then it could start to work even worse as this tiny part of spring easily wears out because of the low quality components. I'm also considering selling this mouse and buying a new one, but this time I would like not to have Logitech again, but when I searched for Web Shops here in Croatia, there's not much to choose from. So I need your recommendations for a good mouse that isn't very expensive but has better quality than Logitech. P.S. I have Logitech MX1000 mouse at work that is now 7 years old and works without any issues. I'm guessing those were the times when Logitech used high quality parts.
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