Excerpt: After using a ball mouse for about 10 years I was urged by a lot of people to try an optical mouse as it would help my gaming precession and also I wouldn't have to clean a dirty mouse ball every few weeks. I paid about £20 for this mouse and it is some of the best money I have ever spent. The precision and reliability is fantastic and the mouse is comfortable to use for long periods of time.
The best mouse for your money, an absolutely great buy
21 October 2009
Excerpt: Logitech Optical Mouse After years of messing about with new and flashy computer mice, whether cordless or bluetooth or what ever they were I bought; I finnaly gave up and bought the simpliest thing I could find on the market. I had a very simple criteria for my next mouse: * Durable * Plug into any computer and work straight away * Lightweight * Corded - so I didn't have to mess about with batteries or chargers * Have a scroll wheel * Work optically, so no more balls!
If you want a wired mouse this is the one that you want.
28 February 2009
Excerpt: I have been using this mouse for two years now and am yet to find a single thing wrong with it. The optical sensor is precise and works on every surface that I've tried (wood, metal, carpet, glass, paper etc). The build quality is perfectly adequate (how tough does a mouse need to be?) and feels substantial to hold and use. The design is suitable for both right and left handed people.
If you don't have an optical mouse or need a new one. Buy this.
24 August 2008
Excerpt: Fantastic and simple mouse from Logitech, one of the leading manufacturers in peripheral devices. Well I've had this mouse for around 4 years now and it's still going strong. The Logitech emblem printed on it may have long worn off, but it still points and clicks every time without fail. I have used this mouse for just about everything and find its sensitivity perfect for every application.
Excerpt: This review is for a Logitech optical wheel mouse. This means that it's used without a mouse mat. If you try and use it with a mouse mat, it jolts and is shaky and is pretty rubbish so don't waste your money buying one since you don't need one. The wheel on it means that you can easily scroll down a page without having to click on the arrows at the side or even move the mouse!!
Excerpt: What am I playing with at the moment? My mouse, of course. Replacing the traditional ball-type mouse that was standard with my computer back in 1999, this mouse offers optical capabilities, which in short leads to better performance. Looks The length of a Nokia 3310 mobile phone but slightly wider, measuring 11cm(l) x 6cm(w) x 3cm(h), this mouse is easy to hold, and feels great even for long sessions of clicking.
Excerpt: I?ve had a Logitech optical mouse for over 4 years. It worked like a dream, never had any problems and lasted longer than two of my previous computers. In fact this is now the third computer it is connected to and it was still going strong, just like on the first day. I bought it at PC World and at the time it must have cost about £30. You can probably pick this particular model up for around £15 now, depending on where you buy.