Summary: I bought this for my wife, back before we were married. It has been a GREAT mouse over the years! Bought this back in 2008 and it is still the best mouse we own! Pros: 1) The small USB adapter is great and stores conveniently in the mouse 2) Great battery life 3) Responds instantly 4) Very precise and accurate 5) Works on many surfaces 6) Color was perfect for my wife Cons: It is no longer being made :( Logitech has replaced this ones production with the M505 model,...
Summary: I purchased Logitech's V320 on sale a couple of years ago. Battery life is good, but I've had periodic problems with double-clicking so I've grown accustomed to clicking very quickly. The problem is probably related to the accumulation of grime in this mouse. Periodically (~ once a year), I remove the top of the mouse to clean the area around the switches and it performs much better afterwards. Overall, the V320 isn't a bad mouse, but better options exist.
Summary: Not much to say about a mouse except that it works great! I have purchased and retired a number of other mice and have finally found one that I will never put out to pasture. It has a small on/off switch which I didn't find on a number of more expensive mice. I can keep the dongel in a USB multiport device along with my external drives and printers, etc. without a hitch, freeing up on-board USB ports. It's comfortable.
Summary: The Logitech V320 is one of a mind numbing selection of notebook mice from Logitech. The cordless V320 is marketed just a notch above their least expensive cordless notebook mouse. I originally purchased the V320 for my laptop on a whim and it's been ok, but I quickly replaced it with a VX Nano mouse from Logitech.
Summary: I love this mouse. At $20-$25, it's both affordable and useful. I have never had any problems with it. I had an old one that went through AAAs like they were candy. This one probably lasted me over 6 months, if not longer, on one set of AAAs. I don't know if that's because of the invisible optic or it's just much more efficient, but it's great. On that note, the invisible optic feature is cool as well, since this mouse doesn't emit visible light from its optical lens.
Summary: I have bought a number of these, for laptops and desktops. And I like them. I am going to buy another one today for my new laptop. They're relatively inexpensive -- I have paid from $12 to $25 for refurbished ones, and new ones seem to cost about $25 to $30. They don't need, apparently, software. At least I didn't get any from the refurb folks and Windows XP and 7 recognize and empower them immediately.