Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless MouseMan Wheel
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Logitech Cordless Mouseman Optical
20 October 2002
Conclusion: The Last Word� It's cordless, and optical Has 4 buttons, 2 standard, a scroll wheel and thumb button Power Saving & Management Features Can use it on USB or PS/2 800 DPI Resolution Bloody accurate, comfy and can be used by left and right handers Good range on the receiver - It works on radio waves,...
Excerpt: Cordless mice are cool, because they mean one less cable crossing your desk and tangling your stuff. Optical mice are cool, because they're maintenance-free -- no more having to remove a ball, blow away dust, and scrape crud off mechanical rollers.
Conclusion: With so many mice models out there, it is hard to stand out in the crowd unless something new and innovative is introduced. The Logitech MouseMan Wheel with Optical Technology truly delivers in great style! At a very affordable price, this mouse should provide hours upon hours of reliable use.
Excerpt: Some folks are still getting used to the idea that a mouse doesn't need to have a mouse ball anymore, which was introduced with Microsoft's IntelliMouse Explorer and IntelliMouse Optical. The advantages? No mouse pad, no mouse ball, no more mechanical parts and no more cleaning!
Conclusion: The Logitech Cordless MouseMan Optical is a high technology, high end, state of the art mouse, which every good techie should have right now. It’s a real revolution since it’s the first mouse that combines two of the finest technologies used by competing mice: an optical mechanism to a cordless...
Pros: Cordless mouse with optical technology,, Neat design,, Comfortable shape,, Good drivers.
Cons: Only 4 buttons,, Not designed for left-handed users.