Reviews and Problems with Logitech V450 Laser Cordless Mouse for Notebooks
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Logitech V450 Cordless Laser Mouse
25 July 2014
Excerpt: For the longest time I was happy with my standard Dell USB mouse that came with my PC. When it started to get buggy I decided to upgrade to a Logitech V450 Laser Mouse. The difference is fairly noticeable. First thing I did was get rid of my mouse …
Excerpt: I always wanted to buy a wireless mouse, it was like a childhood dream of mine to buy a wireless mouse and keyboard, and I fulfilled my dream to buy a wireless mouse last weekend. But I am sad that I haven’t got the money to buy the wireless …
Excerpt: I have tried using a Logitech V450 laser cordless mouse, well this mouse has is pretty more comfortable than a touchpad, at first I though it is like a regular mouse that I usually used. But when I held it and do some swipe with it, it’s like ‘hmmmmm’ …
Excerpt: If you have been waiting for the killer laptop mouse to come along, this may be your best bet. Not only is it wireless, it has an incredibly tiny receiver. It also estimates 1 year of usage per battery replacement. But… is it worth your $50?
Pros: Laser + Wireless!, Comfortable, Small Receiver, Ability to turn off
Cons: $50 pricetag, Packaging that requires a blade to open
An ideal mouse for all occations, it's precise, long battery life and compact.
17 August 2009
Excerpt: The Logitech V450 Laser mouse for laptops is quite simply the best mouse I have ever had. Being made for a laptop it natuarally is smaller than a normal mouse but it still feels confortable to hold. The buttons and of a good length so are easy to click on.