Summary: Cannot program the middle button to double click. Product support says to do that in windows, but there is no option to set a middle button in windows. The software that comes with the mouse has no option for double click, either.
Summary: I found this mouse unpleasant to work with because the bottom surface is rough, causing the cursor to move unevenly and without the fine control I get with my wired mouse. Moreover, the USB dongle is poorly made and the cover has already come off. I stopped using it after less than two weeks and have no plans to try it again.
Summary: I have two M305 mice that I absolutely love! The only problem was the older mouse is wearing out and its USB receiver decided yesterday to quit altogether. I needed to get a few things at Staples and saw they had two Logitech wireless mice on sale for $20 - the M317 and the M325. After much debate and a quick check of the Amazon reviewer rating, I decided on the M325. First, this mouse moves very different than my old M305 and seems to be far less accurate.
Summary: Some of my cons could be pros, it all comes down to opinion and what you want in a mouse - but this mouse was very uncomfortable for me. It is too lightweight, with not enough mass to anchor it down while in use. It feels hollow and insubstantial. I have small hands to begin with, and this mouse feels too small for me. My hand becomes cramped and cannot relax naturally while using it.
Summary: The size and shape of this mouse are very comfortable, and the color is nice, but the scroll wheel is extremely sensitive (which I found, after searching for solutions online, is due to the design of all of logitech's mice, specifically the spring that provides tension to the scroll wheel). You have to tense your hand to scroll accurately. It also performs poorly on shiny surfaces (no big surprise, I guess).
Scrolling wheel is WAY too sensitive, otherwise it's an OK mouse
S. Licious "wessidekilla", Amazon
24 June 2013
Summary: The scroll wheel is incredibly sensitive and doesn't "click" like a lot of other wheels, so if you plan on using it for a middle click button you might want to look elsewhere. I use the wheel click to open new tabs, but when trying to click a link with it I'd end up scrolling at the same time a lot of the time.
Summary: I don't have this model mouse, but what I see from the pictures supplied on this site, there are no forward or back buttons on the side. A mouse especially designed for web surfing with no forward or back buttons? I guess that's why it's half the price of the other Logitech wireless mice.
Summary: I have always used Logitech mice with my Macs. This is the first one I have disliked. The M325's problem, which makes it my problem, is the scroll wheel. There is no resistance in the scroll wheel that I have felt on other Logitech mice. There is none of the subtle clicking that gives the user some idea of how much the wheel is scrolling. Because there is no "touch" to the scroll wheel I found this mouse unusable.
Summary: While this mouse has a smoother scroll wheel than its M305 little brother, it only works fully in Windows. The clicks aren't customizable in OS-X and the buggy Logitech setpoint software must be run to make it fully functional in Windows. The designed-for-web scrolling feature is one of it's biggest letdowns. Positives are its battery life and ease of use (okay, its a mouse...how difficult can it be?).