Summary: By now I've owned about a dozen different Logitech mice. I spend all day in front of a computer so I use a mouse extensively. The high-end mice with all the extra bells and whistles tend to be my favorite. This particular model is more of a low-end model. And while it's perfectly functional, it does lack the extra features I like. Ergonomically, it's fairly comfortable.
Summary: This mouse fit my hand very well and feels substantial. I have only used it with Windows 7, and did not encounter any difficulties. I use my mouse quite a bit, but not for gaming or anything terribly complex, so that is the only testing I could do. The color is nice and neutral, and it works well with my laptop, plugging it into the USB port was simple. The scrolling wheel worked just fine for me. A nice, wireless product from Logitech.
Summary: The mouse pad on most laptops serves most functions just fine. There are some things that the Logitech Wireless Mouse does that a mouse pad doesn't do, one of which is when as using Microsoft Office products such Excel spreadsheets. The mouse makes life so much easier. The USB insert is so much smaller than they've been in the past. I've used them before and I've actually bent them because they stick so far out of the side of the laptop.
Summary: I have been using this mouse non-stop now for about 9 months and I am still using the original batteries. What I really like about this mouse is the fact it works on nearly any surface as advertised. This is why I brought this mouse. I have a desk with a glass top and so my older mouse wasn't sensitive enough to work on that surface.
Connectivity issues, and need to reconfigure middle button
Sukru Tikves, Amazon
7 November 2013
Summary: This otherwise good mouse is crippled with connectivity issues. It gets "choppy" from time to time. I initially though something was wrong with my Windows, however I tried other mice -- which worked well, even a better mouse surface -- which did not fix this. It might be related to my recent move to a new place, but that should not be an excuse. Also the middle button is mapped to a useless function on Windows 8.
Summary: I have mixed feeling about this mouse as I really wanted to like it. The shape fits my hand, the scroll wheel is better than the one on the M705 (imbalance due to loose QC). The biggest problem with the M560 is that it was marketed as a full size mouse, which it is not. It is somewhere between M525 and M510. Now, the M525 really fits my hand and I have them with all my notebooks. The problem is that my thumb hurts after a full day of use.
Summary: The Logitech M560 mouse is a value mouse with some premium features that have trickled down from Logitech's higher priced mice. If you scroll a lot (who doesn't?), you might really like the hyper scroll wheel, which makes quick work of scrolling long documents or web pages. Its battery life is rated at 18 months and works on just a single AA alkaline battery. It also has two thumb buttons, neither of which are configured to be the standard Back or Forward buttons.
Summary: I can not believe i am writing a negative review about a Logitech mouse! The mouse functions as it should. My issue is with the left and right buttons. Logitech decided to use one piece of plastic across the front and allow it to flex to push the left or right button. Normally the buttons would be two separate pieces or one top piece but split at the bottom.
Summary: This wireless mouse functions as its supposed to and has all of the modern functions and buttons that you would want out of a mouse. Some other reviews have complained about cramps and the like while using this mouse and I have to say my hand has not cramped up once. That being said I have not used it for hours straight that others have used it for here. Good mouse and I would recommend it.