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.
Conclusion: It's amazing how Logitech innovates. Every year between August and November, new Logitech products hit the market. While it is still 'just those keyboards and mice', Logitech implements an attractive force with each year's new products that attracts consumers with incredible power and temptation to just buy one and bring one home.
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.
Summary: The Logitech VX Nano packs impressive performance and convenience into a tiny mouse. Although there are smaller mouse designs on the market, none of the smaller mice are as comfortable to use … and none offer such a convenient USB receiver. Size does matter for notebook users. Now we finally have a cordless mouse and receiver combo that isn’t a hassle to use.
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.
Logitech VX Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks
23 July 2007
Conclusion: With a promised battery life of 6 months from 2 AAA batteries and a carry fabric pouch to store it in this is a neat little mouse to take on business. It isn't as small as the MoGo from Newton Peripherals, however it will offer more comfort and more features for your money.
Pros: Scroll wheel, search button, USB dongle is tiny
Cons: Not that small, no Bluetooth connection option
Conclusion: With a whole month till the mouse is available, this pricing could yet be revised, as the VX Nano rightly costs less in the US than its larger counterpart. Still, it's very portable, and the cordless sensor is set-and-forget... but we'd wait t see if the pricing rights itself.
Pros: Too costly, The cheaper VX Revolution is better
Cons: Compact, compact, compact, Excellent range for such a tiny receiver, Comfortable, Good feature set