Absolutely agree with foxday that a mouse in this price range should have spotless software! Have not had problems with Chinese installation, but have had stability problems with Armory Crate. Pulls off a star for the software.
Purchased from Inet for 1400 SEK, which is in the absolute upper limit of what I can imagine spending for a mouse in this class. Actually more productivity-oriented nowadays, but was really eager to test how the joystick on this can be set up for use in CAD.
Coming from Logitech MX Master 1. Run via 2.4 GHz on WS (TR1950X, 2080Ti, 2x 4KHDR + QHD144Hz), Bluetooth on laptop.
++ Really like the idea of being able to replace the switches, right to repair is important for the product's lifetime, resale value, upcycling etc.
+ Quite OK quality, However, the Master felt more solid.
+ Very light, not used to this, but feels good after long periods of use.
+ Fast charging, both via cable and Qi (tested on Samsung EP-P5200).
+ Tracks _very_ well.
- Missing freescroll.
- Missing tilt scroll.
- It would have been nice to be able to switch between Digital and Analog on the joystick with a dedicated / programmable button. This is possible (currently) only by changing Profile, which is done via two-button combo (DPI + Fwd / Back / Mouse3)
- Probably wanted a button or two extra in this price range.
- However, the battery (1250 mAh Li-Ion) is not accessible.
- Tri-wing screws.
- The biggest problem is actually in software, Armory Crate
~ Really like RGB (or well, the ability to bind system info such as temps / load / power to specific LEDs), actually run AIDA64 and iCUE for this, and here I must say that Armory Crate is looooong behind both solutions, both in terms of refinement and feature .
~ The joystick is a bit too far forward and too sluggish for my taste, runs claw grip with slightly larger hands than average. Switched to the longer lever lever, but discovered that the joystick only moves in the 2D plane, not the pivot.
Should try to script / confa unit better in GlovePIE, AHK or JoyToKey, will see what works best.