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Logitech VX Revolution

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Logitech VX Revolution Mouse Review - Your Notebook's Little Friend

PC Perspective
8 March 2007
  • Excerpt: When we think of mice, most of us think of Logitech. Sure, there are other great companies out there who make good mice and pointing devices, but Logitech is definitely one of the most popular brands for mice on the market. I remember the infant days of portable pointing devices for notebooks (I'm talking about the early 1990s here).
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Logitech VX Revolution Mouse Review

Hardware Secrets
22 February 2007
  • Excerpt: Using a laptop’s touchpad requires a lot of patience. You can’t help having a notebook mouse even though it’s one more piece of equipment to carry along. There are several choices available on the market, from tiny mice to bigger cordless options like the Logitech VX Revolution. It’s almost a desktop mouse due to its size and ergonomic contour. The VX Revolution features the most comfortable and precise scrollwheel that we’ve used so far.
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Overall 8
8.0

Logitech VX Revolution Review

Digitaltrends
9 February 2007
  • Excerpt: Once again, Logitech innovates the mouse in unexpected ways. The unique flywheel design is an entirely new approach to scrolling, but does it add to the user experience or detract? Are users ready to learn to scroll anew? Read on for our take on both the Revolution MX and VX mice.
  • Pros: Innovative fly-wheel; accurate and responsive tracking; laser technology
  • Cons: Only supports right hand users; scroll wheel is sensitive at times
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Expert Review

XyzComputing.com
7 November 2006
  • Summary: - Hyper cool scroll wheel - Small enough for travel - Laser sensor
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Logitech VX Revolution Review

random process
11 November 2007
  • Excerpt: Barely a week after picking up the Microsoft Wireless Laser 8000, I was perusing the NCIX sales page when I happened on a listing of the Logitech VX Revolution for the low price of $30CAD. Granted, there was a $20 mail in rebate, but even including the extra taxes I’d be paying, it was a pretty good deal. Out came the credit card and the mouse was shipped by the next day.
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Overall 8
8.3
Performance 10
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Logitech VX Revolution Laptop Mouse

PC Authority
26 February 2007
  • Summary: What would the ultimate mouse feel like? We don’t know, but we’ve got a feeling that this is pretty close.
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Expert Review

InsideHW
10 February 2007
  • Excerpt: As soon as some time passes without ASUS giving their competition a “homework”, we can safely expect an avalanche of exclusive products. This time it's the new motherboard which will make most of over... The best motherboard doesn’t necessarily have to be the one that has the most of everything, simply because some of us don’t use a great number of capabilities that a device has. True, we would all pr...
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Overall 9
9.0

Logitech VX Revolution review Review

CNET
5 September 2006
  • Summary: The Logitech VX Revolution is the ultimate mousing experience on the go, providing comfort, performance and features in a travel-friendly form factor.
  • Pros: Wheel can spin through long documents quickly, Long range, Large enough to be comfortable yet very portable, Battery meter, Programmable buttons, Tiny receiver stores inside the mouse, Laser tracking for precision on many surfaces
  • Cons: Pricey
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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

AppleSource
25 August 2006
  • Conclusion: Though you can use the VX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks without any setup -- just plug in the USB receiver to an available port and go -- installing Logitech's Set Point 3.0 software, available for both Windows and Mac, makes all of the mouse's seven buttons programmable.
  • Pros: Almost twice the price of competing notebook mice
  • Cons: Wheel can spin through long documents quickly, Long range, Large enough to be comfortable yet very portable, Battery meter, Programmable buttons, Tiny receiver stores inside the mouse, Laser tracking for precision on many surfaces
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Produkttest: Logitech VX Revolution

CyberBloc
13 October 2007
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