Reviews and Problems with Logitech Couch Mouse M515
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Logitech Couch Mouse M515
17 April 2012
Conclusion: Logitech has redefined what it means to couch surf with its latest wireless mouse, the Logitech Couch Mouse M515.
Pros: Plug-and-play capabilities. Optional software UI is good. Two-year battery life. Navigating experience is good from the desk to couch. Unifying receiver can sync multiple Logitech devices to one wireless USB dongle. Tilt wheel. Turns off automatically if not touching it. Ambidextrous design.
Cons: Bottom gets easily gets scratched up. Navigation on some mouse pads feels more resistant.
Excerpt: Home theater computer owners take note. If you haven’t already figured out how to turn your smartphone into touch pad mouse, the Logitech Couch Mouse M515 ($50) may be your best back-saving alternative. That’s because it’s designed to work on all manner of surfaces including blankets, cushions, carpets — or even the back of your four legged friend. That means no more leaning over to the coffee table to click.
Excerpt: The Logitech Couch Mouse M515 is exactly what its name suggests: a mouse to use while sitting on a couch, carpet or otherwise non-desk surface. It works well on most surface, especially fabric, and has very long battery life but it is a little heavier than we expected.
Pros: Simple design, Dual-mode scroll wheel, Long battery life, Tracks well on fabric surfaces
Cons: Heavier than most mobile mice, SetPoint software is Windows only
Excerpt: Tar du en kikk hos de store nettbutikkene finner du snart ut at det finnes nok av trådløse datamus og tastaturer på markedet. De fleste av disse har ikke noe spesielt for seg, men unntaksvis dukker det opp modeller som er verd å ta en ekstra kikk på. For litt over en måned siden var det HPs reisemus med Wi-Fi som ble testet. Ikke sånn sett at M515 er noen gedigen revolusjon – mye av dette har vi da sett før.