Summary: I originally used a Logitech Anywhere MX mouse with my Transformer Prime tablet, and it worked fantastically (including the right button), but it used the only USB port for the dongle, and couldn't be used without the dock.
Pros: small, Dongle-less
Cons: Right button clicks so easily, you can not even lightly rest your finger on it. Even though Logitech says they specifically designed this mouse to work with Android devices, it is a terrible choice for use with a Transformer Prime tablet, because the tablet responds to a right-click in the exact ...
Pros: It worked great while it lasted though. Small, light, portable, easy to connect. One cool thing is the scroll button can be pushed to the left or right as unique button presses for things like back/forward in a web browser.
Cons: Just had mine die after owning it for close to four years. So, out of warranty, but not by a whole lot. I've had good experiences with Logitech peripherals in the past and expected it to last longer, since it wasn't used too often. The batteries lasted for a VERY long time, and when they were fin...
Summary: I'm a big Logitech fan. I own five cordless keyboard/mouse combos and a Harmony 1100 remote. They all work flawlessly. So why shouldn't I buy a Logitech bluetooth mouse to go with my new Dell laptop? Unfortunately I finally got my lemon.
Pros: It's cute and the size is great. The wheel and the right button work properly.
I got it for a decent price, but even then I don't feel it's worth it.
SON T., Newegg
19 February 2010
Summary: The left mouse button requires a bit more effort to press and it doesn't offer a satisfying click. Sure, it wasn't a problem at first, but after a while it starts getting to you. It must've been damaged in by the clamshell packaging...
Pros: A decent size for a small mouse and wireless too. Gets the job done with your standard basic functions. It looked nice for a while... It was $20 after rebate.
Cons: Bluetooth on this mouse sucks. The connection drops whenever it feels like it. Last time I checked, no driver or firmware update has fixed this problem. The thin coating all around the sides of the mouse is already worn down and gummy. It's pretty disgusting. Battery life is also pretty average.
Summary: I think the mouse does the best it can with a technology I can't stand for input devices. I'm a big fan of bluetooth as a wireless phone syncing technology, but not so much for computer input devices. I've now owned 3 bluetooth mice and 2 bluetooth keyboards.
Pros: -Looks nice -If your laptop has internal bluetooth it doesn't require a reciever. -Has decent hand feel for a notebook mouse
Cons: -Tracking hovers between barely adequate and completely horrendous -Slow wake-up time.
Summary: I've had good service from other Logitech mice, but I just cannot recommend this one.
Pros: Good battery life. When the mouse fails, you can use the batteries in somthing else! Comfortable in the hand.
Cons: I've owned 3 of these mice in the past 6 months, and 2 of the 3 have failed. Neither failed mouse was droped, banged or abused in any way. With both failures, the mouse would connect, but no inputs past connecting reached my laptop. All other BT devices as well as the one working mouse connect an...
Summary: Consider what you are using the mouse for before you purchase it!
Pros: I like that the mouse does not require a USB port and has a manual shut of switch at the bottom. When it works it's a great mouse.
Cons: The mouse consistently is choppy whether I am working at home, on campus, or at work. Several times I have switched to the track pad out of frustration due to it slowing my work speed down. It shuts off and takes half a second to resync after only a few seconds. This can be annoying if you are sw...