Excerpt: The Good Excellent wheel and nano receiver. Clip is steady and works well. Very long battery life. Relatively attractive. The Bad Not as comfortable or full-featured as the VX despite $10 difference. Slightly disconcerting simultaneous button presses. Using the clip is an all-or-nothing affair with complicated removal.
Pros: Excellent wheel and nano receiver., Clip is steady and works well., Very long battery life., Relatively attractive.
Cons: Not as comfortable or full-featured as the VX despite $10 difference., Slightly disconcerting simultaneous button presses., Using the clip is an all-or-nothing affair with complicated removal.
Review: Logitech V550 Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks
17 February 2009
Conclusion: I really like this mouse. I would have liked it more if it was a bit smaller and more portable, but for a full size mouse it has lots of great features. I especially like the Nano receiver because of how small it is. I don’t often have to go through large documents, but if I do I look forward to using Hyper-Scrolling. I can highly recommend this Mouse to anyone with a Notebook, or any other kind of computer.
Logitech V550 Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks With Clip and Go Dock
Personal Electronics buzz
18 November 2008
Excerpt: The Logitech V550 Nano Cordless Laser Mouse is designed for notebook users. The mouse can be affixed to any laptop by attaching one of the included aluminum buttons. The Logitech V550 includes a metal box with 2-colored aluminum buttons (silver or black) and a removal tool. The V550 comes with a cable for users without easy access to the USB port.
Logitech V550 Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks Review
13 October 2008
Conclusion: The scroll wheel is the mouse's fanciest feature. As with most medium- to high-end mice, it offers four-way movement, with a left or right tilt for horizontal scrolling as well as vertical scrolling via wheel rolling. Pressing downward to click the wheel toggles between conventional up and down movement with clicks or detents and a free-spinning flywheel mode that lets you traverse vast vertical distances with a flick of the finger.
Review: V550 Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks
30 September 2008
Excerpt: (1 items) I desperately wanted to hate Logitech's V550 Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks, but I instead found it to be the best notebook mouse I’ve ever used. Why my original prejudice? Well, here’s a quick note to Logitech’s packaging-design crew: Please modify either your packaging or its how-to-open instructions so that following them to the letter doesn’t result in a shard of razor-sharp plastic gouging a good-sized chunk of knuckle meat out of a product...
Pros: Exceptionally versatile software, Two docks for laptop attachment, Two scroll-wheel modes, Tiny USB dongle, Extremely long battery life
Cons: Docks not reusable, Software must be downloaded, Hard plastic body
Conclusion: Logitech's V550 Nano does seem like a gimmick in some respects: we can't really see storing mice on the side of notebooks catching on in a big way, particularly when you consider it's more expensive than most alternatives. It's a tidy package, though, and performs well, so if you're in the market for a versatile solution in this area it's likely to suit.
Excerpt: If you’re sick of dragging a sweaty finger around on your laptop’s touchpad, but equally tired of toting a mouse around with your otherwise ultra-mobile machine, Logitech’s V550 Nano promises to liberate you from carrying around that fist-sized plastic anchor by snapping it directly to your notebook. We found the concept surprisingly useful, and very well executed on Logitech’s behalf, but your results may vary depending on how you use your notebook.
Pros: Sturdy clip and mouse quality make the V550 feel solid, safely attached
Cons: Hyper-scrolling makes it impossible to use the scroll wheel as a button
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