Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless MouseMan Wheel
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Value for money 10
Ease of use 10
16 August 2012
Excerpt: I bought this mouse from PC World about 9 years ago, as I managed to wear out the right hand click button on my laptop touch pad after less than a year after I purchased it! Luckily it was still under guarantee but when I realised that it would cost over £100 to place once the guarantee had run out...
Pros: Durable and long lasting
Cons: Dirt gets stuck on the wheels around the ball !
Excerpt: I bought one of these a couple of years ago and this was my first trackball type mouse after always having used a conventiional mouse and for the first 3 or 4 days using it I called it all the names under sun and absolutley hated it.
Ticks all the boxes the casual computer user needs - points and clicks!
21 October 2009
Excerpt: I bought this for use with my laptop, which I use primarily for school work and browsing the web. I was tired of cramping my fingers by using the touch pad on the laptop itself, so I sought a wireless mouse alternative. I have so far been very pleased with this offering from Logitech.
Excerpt: This mouse is an excellent addition to someone with a computer, but only limited workspace, such as laptops, or mini computers. it feels nice to hold, and fits ergonomically into the palm of your hand.
Excerpt: Well lets start off by saying if you've never tried a trackball you dont know what you are missing! Originally designed around the idea that first saw light with arcade games like missile command and Robotron 2084 back in the 80's the trackball seems to be a bit of a niche product but i really cant...
Pros: Reduced risk of RSI , Quicker than a mouse and better for games !
Cons: Not as accurate in Graphics packages such as Photoshop , Paintshop pro !
Excerpt: Well let see this wired track man works and feels great I own both a wireless and a wired trackman. Now the feel of the wired one is a little different as it doesn't need to hold all the wireless technology so the feel is a little more stream lined and your hand fits on top just that much nicer.
Excerpt: Ok not sure what I can really say about a mouse I've only had Logitech mice cos that’s what’s always come with my computers I've bought. I bought it when the mouse to one of my computers died. This has to be the best mouse I’ve use..
Excerpt: I recently came across this trackball buried away in a box in our IT department. It was obviously a peripheral that had been purchased with good intentions to begin with and then later discarded!
Excerpt: I purchased this mouse when I bought my laptop and I've had it just over a year now. It is both cordless and optical, so there is no need for a mousepad, which is great. The web wheel is a great feature, allowing you to scroll easily, and definitely one of its best features.
Pros: No need for mousepad, freedom of movement, suitable for both left and right - handers
Excerpt: I’ve been using a Logitech Cordless Mouseman Optical mouse for around a year and, although there are undoubtedly superior (at a cost!) models now on the market, I’ve never been happier with a mouse – and here’s why.