Reviews and Problems with Logitech V470 Cordless Laser
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Value for money 4
19 March 2010
Summary: After trying Logitech and in-house techs, we could not get this Bluetooth mouse to connect to my laptop. After considerable frustration I returned the mouse and purchased one with a USB receiver and it works beautifully!
Summary: When it works it's pretty good for a Bluetooth mouse but it often doesn't work! Specifically connecting/pairing with the computer is very flakey indeed. It also only uses up one of the two AA batteries meaning that you have to swap them over! (a known issue among users it seems) Have purchased Logitech mice before (few years ago) but this one and the VX Nano have both been poor - very disappointing, look elsewhere.
Excerpt: It's cute and the size is good. The wheel and the suitable button perform properly. Fairly much every thing else. I'm a major Logitech fan. I own 5 cordless keyboard/mouse combos and a Harmony 1100 remote. They all perform flawlessly. So why shouldn't I purchase a Logitech bluetooth mouse to go with my new Dell laptop?Unfortunately I lastly got my lemon.
Excerpt: The reality that it's Bluetooth and doesn't take up a USB port. Talk about jiggly motion. I have however to locate a surface on which to use this mouse that enables smooth motion. It is the most annoying factor to move the pointer across the screen and have it jump all over the location. I under no circumstances necessary the laser functionality given that I don't game with this mouse and only use it for perform but I liked the Bluetooth function.
Excerpt: -Looks nice-If your laptop has internal bluetooth it doesn't need a reciever.-Has decent hand feel for a notebook mouse -Tracking hovers between barely adequate and absolutely horrendous-Slow wake-up time. I consider the mouse does the greatest it can with a technologies I can't stand for input devices. I'm a major fan of bluetooth as a wireless phone syncing technologies, but not so significantly for pc input devices.
Excerpt: Very good battery life. When the mouse fails, you can use the batteries in somthing else! Comfy in the hand. I've owned three of these mice in the previous 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 previous connecting reached my laptop. All other BT devices as nicely as the 1 working mouse connect and operate flawlessly.
Summary: Firstly it's neat, comes in a bag and tells you when the battery needs changing also, fully bluetooth without a necessary receiver is good. However, clicker went after about a month, I have no idea whether something is stuck because I can't get at it but it became really stiff and using it began to strain my hand so i had to purchase another. Without the dodgy click this would be a really good wireless mouse hence the 2 star.
Excerpt: It worked wonderful though it lasted though. Smaller, light, portable, effortless to connect. One cool thing is the scroll button can be pushed to the left or proper as distinctive button presses for points like back/forward in a net browser. Just had mine die following owning it for close to four years. So, out of warranty, but not by a entire lot.
Excerpt: A decent size for a modest mouse and wireless also. Gets the job performed with your normal simple functions. It looked nice for a while...It was ฤ following rebate. Bluetooth on this mouse sucks. The connection drops whenever it feels like it. Final time I checked, no driver or firmware update has fixed this difficulty. The thin coating all around the sides of the mouse is currently worn down and gummy. It's pretty disgusting.Battery life is also fairly average.