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And it's pretty badass.
I had been battling BT issues with my Mac Pro for quite some time, and tried all sorts of things to get my Magic Mouse working 100% to no avail. I was going to grab a Razer Darthaddar (wired) but felt for the price, it lacked a couple key features that I'd honestly spend a bit more on, like programmable buttons. So on a review from a friend who pointed me to look at the Logitech, I took the advice and picked it up. Here's my brief story:
I had a Magic Mouse connected to my stock BT in the Mac Pro. Bad performance causing lag, etc. Picked up a BT adapter to plug into the back of my display instead. Performance increased 100%. It was great however, the Magic Mouse is uncomfy for me, though I'd still use it. So why did I get a Logitech? Because turning my display off, and then back on, required me to manually reconnect my BT devices which never worked properly. And even if I was able to get it working, it wasn't consistent. I moved the adapter to the tower, horrible performance. I then ran an extension cable (USB) up to my desk again, but alas, when I reboot it doesn't auto connect. I even tried unplugging the internal stock antenna.
After a good amount of testing, I came to the conclusion I needed a wired mouse. But then I figured I'd try a radio wireless and see if it would auto connect when I had it plugged into the monitor. That's why I got the Logitech wireless to test. Long story short, it's working as intended, and auto connects right away when I turn my display on. Performance is killer, and the software works great on Macs. I can customize the heck out of it which is great. I can also set DPI settings PER application, which is absolutely amazing and fantastic to switch between precise control in Photoshop, and less precise in Lightroom, and then even less precise while browsing the web. All automated.
All in all, 100% satisfied. If anyone has any Q's on this, let me know and I'll try to answer.