Summary: Of all the wireless products I've used, this is probably the best for the simple reasons that it's cheap and the dongle doesn't stick out very far. When you're man-handling a laptop into and out of a bag, having a dongle that doesn't snap off is very useful.
Excerpt: I had this mouse for about a month or so before I sold it on to a friend - mainly because I didn't really like it. I bought this from Currys for about £10 or so and thought that this was a bit of a bargain considering it was a Logitech product (In my opinion, the kings of computer peripherals). From my experience with their other Logitech mice, I was expecting this to be amongst the most comfortable devices ever to have been cradled by my hand - oh, I was wrong.
Summary: A great little mouse, easy to set up and compact enough. I really wanted one just like this, as i am hopeless with the laptop/touch-pad thingy. only used it to do general computer stuff, cant comment on its gaming abilities, but it does what it says on the tin, and that's good enough for me. Logitech have never let me down, used many times and still using, from audio to web cams and mice. Great Value too.
Summary: I bought this Logitech M180 a few days ago and I'm basing my review on approximately 10 hours usage. I am unable to fault it's technical functionality. The mouse responds to the user's input without the slightest of delays, performing admirably, and in a way not dissimilar to any corded mouse that I have previously used. Logitech's wireless 2.4GHz technology clearly performs well.