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p8ddy 2018-06-27 16:36:33
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p8ddy 2018-06-27 16:20:06
The MT750 comes in a very nice retail package, which is a hint toward Rapoo's intended audience and the quality of the product inside. The mouse is an obvious competitor to the Logitech MX master in the 'Premium' space for mice. It's higher priced than a lot of other mice, but offers a comprehensive feature set, a tactile feel and a mouse that's comfortable for people with larger hands and for extended periods of mousing. Comparison between Logitech MX Master and Rapoo MT750: Size: Pretty much identical. Weight: The Logitech is slightly heavier, but not by much. Build quality: Both mice feel well built and sturdy. The Rapoo's scroll wheel is indexed only (as opposed to the logitech's switchable smooth/index). Whilst it lacks this mode switch, the MT750's wheel feels much higher quality than the Logitech MX Master. I'm surprised by the margin by which the Rapoo feels better. Price: The MX Master can be bought for between £85 and £99 uk pounds. The Rapoo? I bought it for £29 from Banggood. Pros: High quality, solid operation. Mac and PC support. Bluetooth supports older devices. Great price. Feels good in the hand. Reliable connection through dongle or bluetooth. Cons: At this price? Absolutely none. Summary: A better mouse than its main competitor, the Logitech MX Master. Rapoo has it beaten on device support, quality and value. Obviously long term performance is unclear, but my experience of Logitech has been patchy (2 MX Masters have failed at the scroll wheel) and initial signs are that Rapoo hasn't cheaped out or tried to compromise on quality. All in, I'd recommend this mouse without hesitation.
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