Check the wireless channel settings on your 2.4 GHz router.
I had been messing with my network and had set one of my routers to 2.4 GHz channel 3, which resulted in significant interference (skipping, lagging) on my MX Revolution mouse. Resetting the router to "Auto"
fixed it improved it somewhat.
Additionally, putting both my wireless APs on the same channel seemed to improve things as well. They naturally did this themselves on their "Auto" setting, so I'm guessing it's somehow OK.
This might apply to any 2.4 GHz peripheral, but especially older ones that don't use Bluetooth. My MX is old and is non-Bluetooth.
- If your router is set to "Auto", try setting it to a fixed channel;
- Try moving the mouse receiver closer to the mouse; and/or
- Try moving the router further away from the mouse.
These did not help my situation but are always worth a try.