Reviews and Problems with Logitech VX Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks
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Logitech VX Nano Cordless Laser Mouse Review
15 January 2009
Summary: Logitech has done it again. The VX Nano Cordless Laser Mouse has to be one of the best notebook mice available on the market today. It has a high level of functionality with a fast scroll wheel, forward/back buttons, and a search button, and this is despite is really diminutive stature. At the same time, it is this remarkably small size that can make it a little uncomfortable to use.
The tiny USB receiver is a marvel in modern technology.
Pros: Tiny USB receiver truly is “set it and forget it”, Functionality nearly on par with most desktop mice, Ultra-fast scroll wheel is a joy to use, Fantastic battery life, Handy carry pouch and USB extender are nice bonuses
Cons: Easy to lose receiver, though stowaway slot is handy, Horizontal scroll can be a little sloppy, Can be too small for comfort for some people, Awkward placement of forward/back buttons
Summary: The VX Nano arrived with perfect timing, just as I was heading out of town for four days to hang out with some friends over the holiday weekend. The VX Nano fit effortlessly in my notebook travel bag and I actually ended up using it every day I was away. Despite not having a mouse pad, I was still able to use the Nano on the sheets of my bed, which worked much better than expected.
Excerpt: In the world of computer peripherals, the Logitech name is one of the most recognizable and respected. Go to any computer store and you’d probably find something made by Logitech – headphones, speakers, keyboards and/or mice. Never willing to let their product line linger, Logitech recently announced their new VX Nano laser mouse. Billed as an ultra-portable mouse with a surprisingly small USB receiver, the VX Nano is marketed mainly toward laptop users.
Pros: Small receiver; good wireless range; comes with a carry pouch; good battery life
Cons: Receiver can be easy to lose; sloppy horizontal scroll-wheel action
Logitech VX Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks Review
21 August 2007
Conclusion: As a laser instead of LED optical mouse, the VX felt nimble and responsive in our hands, keeping up with our fastest lunges and zig-zags without skipping a beat. It also worked well, if sometimes more sluggishly, on surfaces ranging from a bare desktop to a pants leg to cardboard to glossy photo paper.
Excerpt: There isn’t a lot of enthusiasm for laptop track-pads. Most of the people I speak to seem to hate track-pads and normally opt out for a trusty old mouse. However, using a big fat chunky mouse on long journeys where you don’t have much space isn’t really ideal. Thankfully, Logitech have saved us with their VX Nano; a cordless pocket size mouse.