Reviews and Problems with Logitech V220 Cordless Optical Mouse for Notebooks
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Cute and Comfortable
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I recently got a laptop for work and the built in scroll/mouse was driving me crazy. It's kind of nice to not have to have something to put the mouse on, but annoying and time consuming without one. I picked up the cordless Logitech mouse for $10 and love it. It's USB so I just plug it in each morning and off I go. The USB slides right into the mouse for storage when not in use. The makes it easy to keep track of both pieces.
Excerpt: This mouse works great! Plug in the receiver and click the connect button, and it sets the connection settings into the mouse. After that initial setup, it will automatically detect the mouse every time the receiver is plugged in. Like most optical mice, the surface you are rolling it on cannot be too uneven or the cursor will jump around a lot. Seems really sensitive so you may have to change the setting when you first try it out.
Excerpt: I find this mouse to be great. I like how you can tuck the clip inside the mouse after you are done using it. I also love the color red. It is smaller so i recommended for someone with small hands of kids.
Excerpt: Hey folks.I got this one for my desktop PC in my dorm. Let me first describe the positive points. It's a nice mouse with 2 basic buttons. The battery life is excellent. I can't be more happy with that. The mouse itself comes with one battery. I prefer to use the rechargable battery to extend the life. It comes with a standard 1 year warrenty and I think No one has any doubts about the brand. Logitech blows my mind.The build quality and customer service is excellent.
Excerpt: I bought Logitech V220 Mouse at Office Depot about six months ago, and it still works well without any problems now. The profile is good, and the size just fit my hand. There are many colors that you can easily choose the one you like it, and the price is fair. One slot is under the mouse, and you can slide the USB receiver onto it. This make you storage it easily while traveling, and never need to look for the missing USB receiver.
Excerpt: For the travelling laptop user, a wireless mouse is a must. This specific mouse has been a great companion for me on my many road trips. This logitech mouse is a very affordable mouse that has been a great use in my day to day life. I love that the USB plug that goes into your laptop slides into the bottom of it neatly. I also REALLY like that when you slide the USB plug in, it AUTOMATICALLY turns off the wireless mouse.
Excerpt: I purchased this mouse about 1 month ago on sale for $9.99 plus tax. I can now say that I am used to it so I will review it. First off, it is a good price for a wireless mouse. I always like logitech brand for its quality. This one is no different. The package comes with the mouse, usb sensor, battery, and instruction booklet.
Excerpt: I bought this mouse over two years ago and it has been pretty solid for most of that time. Battery life is excellent running of two triple A batteries, I used rechargable batteries and this worked well lasting a couple months per charge used often daily. The mouse is limited with only the basic two mouse buttons, mouse wheel/button and some other features accessible through the included software. The only complaints I really have with this mouse is the long ugly...
Excerpt: I work on a laptop a majority of the time, and wanted to purchase a wireless mouse to make some of the graphic editing tasks a bit easier. I found this mouse for a reasonable price, and was impressed with how small it was. I have been pretty happy since I have bought it. It was very easy to install and it is easy to use, but I have found that the small size, while handy for packing around, is a bit too small for my liking.
Excerpt: Like my title says, this mouse is a mouse. There is a certain point where all the bells and whistles get in the way of the original purpose of the device. This is no such case. Simply put, this mouse acts as a pretty good mouse. When you move it, the white cursor on the computer moves with it. There are buttons on the side that indicate back and forward. These are convientely place, and I have not hit them on accident in the 1 year I've had this mouse.