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Logitech Touch Mouse M600
8.2 out of 10

Logitech Touch Mouse M600

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Overall 9

Logitech Touch Mouse m600 Review

I4U News
26 March 2015
  • Summary: If you live without side buttons and the physical feel of the scroll wheel under your finger, there's little to dislike with the Logitech Touch Mouse m600.
  • Pros: Good looking, Long battery life
  • Cons: Expensive, No side buttons
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Overall 9

Logitech Touch Mouse M600 Review

17 April 2014
  • Summary: The Logitech Touch Mouse brings great looks and slick performance along with the latest mouse technology. With wireless connection to a USB Unifying receiver, super smooth scrolling via its touch sensitive surface, 1000 dpi optical tracking, and the option to use 1 or 2 standard alkaline or...
  • Pros: The Whole Mouse is Your Scroll Wheel:, Battery Versatility:, Super Smooth Scrolling:, Glides Easily Over Any Surface:, Unified Nano Receiver:, Elegant Simple Looks:
  • Cons: Right Mouse Click Misfires:
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Logitech Touch Mouse M600

31 January 2013
  • Summary: The benchmarks we did to be able to give you this analysis convinced us of the following. The Logitech Touch Mouse M600 has still some things it needs to add or just improve. The looks and the new features set it apart, but that’s not nearly enough.
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Overall 8

Logitech M600 Touch Mouse

PC Magazine
5 January 2013
  • Conclusion: The Logitech M600 Touch Mouse has reliable functionality and a slick, refined design. Adjustable weight and a receiver that works with multiple devices makes this one of the best touch mice we've seen—it's just a little light on features.
  • Pros: Smooth touch scrolling. Quiet right and left clicking. Ambidextrous design. Adjustable weight. Unifying receiver allows multiple devices.
  • Cons: Touch is limited to vertical scrolling and horizontal swiping.
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Logitech Touch Mouse M600 Review

Chip Chick
17 October 2012
  • Excerpt: If touch sensitive devices are the future, and the future is now, then touch sensitive mice only seem natural, right?! Like Apple’s Magic Mouse, Logitech has just released ...
  • Pros: Cool Design, Comfortable, Sleek, Good Range, Precise, Smooth Scrolling, Back/Forward Browser Navigation, Only Requires One Battery, USB Adapter Fits In Battery Compartment, Includes Carrying Case, Long Battery Life
  • Cons: No Middle Click, Right Click Requires No Fingers Touching Left Side of Mouse, No Multi-Touch Gestures
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Logitech Touch Mouse M600 Review

31 July 2012
  • Summary: The Logitech Touch Mouse is one of the very few full touch mice we’ve ever seen and used. It’s got a really good design, above-average performance and a nice feel to it. It’s got its share of shortcomings but that’s pretty much expected of any wireless touch mouse.
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Expert Review

18 January 2013
  • Summary: The was announced back in February 2012 and I have been looking forward to play with it. It is finally available in Singapore and is retailing for . Here are the key features from the press release: When I first got hold of the M600, I was impressed by the packaging, it looks nice and prestige, at...
  • Pros: Nice packaging, Touch Sensitivity is good, Smooth edges & well designed curves
  • Cons: Not suitable for long hours usage (> 12 hours a day) as the mouse is a little flat. May cause strain on your wrist.
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Review: Logitech Touch Mouse M600

Canadian Reviewer
13 July 2012
  • Excerpt: ), $ 79.99 brings together the best features of an optical mouse and the versatility of a multi-touch trackpad. Ideal for most desktop and notebook users, the M600 is all about improving multi-touch interaction without sacrifing the freedom of movement and responsiveness of an optical mouse.
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Expert Review

How To Spend It
9 July 2012
  • Summary: I like a mouse, I do. At least that’s the case when I don’t have one to hand. When I’m using the Logitech Performance MX in my home office, I often find that I start to ignore it and revert to the trackpad on my Mac instead.
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Overall 5

Logitech m600 Touch Mouse review

TechRadar UK
20 April 2012
  • Summary: What do you get if you cross a mouse with a touchpad?
  • Pros: Good look, Ambidextrous, Uses Logitech Unifying technology
  • Cons: Feels hollow, Not fully touch controlled
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