The Logitch wireless mouse is a step above the rest
9 September 2012
Excerpt: for the last couple years ive been buying different wirless or wired mice trying to find a good one thats versatile and works well on alot of surfaces. i tried a couple HP ones and they were quite bad. the battery life was horrible and both of them eventually broke after i dropped them a couple times. however the logitech wireless mice are great all around. the battery life is great, you rarely have to change the battery in these models unlike other mice brands.
Excerpt: I bought this mouse a while ago and forgot all about it. A couple of days ago I remembered I had it and installed it in minutes. It was so easy to install, no discs to mess with! It works great, not like the Microsoft Mouse which only worked about half the time and then you had to constantly mess with the receiver to get the mouse to work. The receiver on the Microsoft Mouse was huge and was constantly in the way.
Excerpt: I got this mouse for work, I'm on the computer all day; it may be small for some but it's great, has awesome battery life compared to others and has very smooth movement! Would definitely recommend it!
Excerpt: I am touch-pad- mouse- challenged so when I got a new laptop it became quickly evident that I was going to need a mouse if I wanted to get any work done efficiently! I purchased my Logitech M305 Wireless Mouse without really doing any research, which is not my usual procedure. When I purchased this mouse, it was priced right in the middle- there were a few more expensive and a few less costly. It ended up being a great decision!
Excerpt: First of all, I have been wanting a mouse for so long because I have a laptop and it is just so much quicker to use a mouse than the pad. This mouse is so small, so it makes it easy to bring with me when I am on the go (it fits nicely in a laptop bag). The usb plug-in is very small and you will not have to worry about breaking it (yes, apparently this has been a big issue for many people).
Excerpt: All of these USB plug and play mouses are pretty much exactly the same. It's just taht when you wanna try to get these name brane products and stuff the cost jumps up by about 15 dollars. This mouse is ok tho for any mouse with no external buttons. That means that theres no buttons other than the left click, right click, scroll wheel, and scroll wheel click.
Excerpt: I bought this mouse to replace a recently deceased wired mouse, and I must say, it delivered. I praise this mouse on its light and compact design, which makes it very east to tote along in a computer bag or backpack. As a college student, this mouse works almost everywhere. The small design took a big of getting used to, especially after using a large older mouse for some time before, but after adjusting the sensitivity down and using it for a while, it has grown on me.
Excerpt: This is a great mouse that I just bought for a family member but I've had the opportunity to test it out a few times. It is definitely portable and durable with its small size. It is comfortable in your hand although it is a little small for me. The mouse at the time cost $7 on sale. It is a great deal for a travel size mouse that has a long battery life with an off/on switch at the bottom.
Excerpt: I received this mouse for Christmas. I use it for my laptop. It took a while to get used to using a mouse again instead of the touchpad, but now I use it most of the time. It is a cute design and is very lightweight. It's easy to plug in and start using. The scroll feature is nice to have, but I may need to replace the mouse soon because the scroll button will move to the left or right and get stuck - then the button becomes very hard to roll.