Excerpt: I got this for only $5 AR at Amazon.com and loved it.It is light and small but durable.The zoom slide can be customized to other functions if the enclosed software is installed.I used it with my laptop but the size is big enough for PC user too.I would definetely recommend this mouse to my friends.
Excerpt: I have used a lot of logitech over the years. And as long as they are not the lowest tier products they are usually pretty solid. The same is true for this mouse. The logitech vx revolution is one of the more expensive portable mice in their lineup and is a very solid mouse. First this mouse uses Logitech old receiver technology and does not work with their Unifying receivers.
Excerpt: when buying an input device either for your pc or your laptop, it's really hard to bypass Logitech's product. Logitech normally incorporate the most ingenious design on the market while the others can only be the followers. This portable notebook mice, features a 2.4GHz wireless receiver which can be tucked in from the back of the mouse. It takes one AA battery and it last for a reasonable period around a month under normal usage.
Great mouse! Greater mouse when caught at a discount!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Was not initially looking for a notebook mouse at the time (satisfied with the touchpad and had a small dinky mouse stored in the desk) but couldn't pass up the deal ($40 rebate).Decided to jump on it and give it a try. Can't lose much for a laser and cordless mouse. VX has definitely changed my notebook use. Now I try to use the mouse every chance I get. Can't imagine how I would use the PC w/o a mouse. Positives: The mouse has a nice weight to it.
Pros: VERY WELL BUILT! Convenient features and software. Decent batt life. Got mine for FREE :)
Cons: The only thing that keeps this out of the high-end gaming arena is the "Performance Laser" (says so on top of the unit). I believe it is 1800dpi(?)...hardcore gamers want 4000 or higher. For 'normal' gaming and household use its awesome.
Summary: Overall, I like the mouse...Enough to get three of them to use with my own laptop, my company-issued laptop, and my desktop. I wish the wheel was a little better. It seems kinda course and clunky, and you have to turn it on its belly to switch from "geared" to smooth operation. The wheel in the VX Nano is better in this respect, since you can simply press on the wheel to switch modes.
and you know what the word for this mouse is? Awesome? BINGO!!!
Matthew Hess "If you can return it, buy it. U..., Amazon
22 May 2008
Summary: Just got this mouse and it's everything I've wanted in a mouse and more. The side-clicking wheel is the best thing ever. I have it set to move through browsing tabs in Firefox. The zoom set for volume. The button behind the scroll wheel for refresh. It's just a little smaller than my Logitech MX500... that mouse fit my hand perfectly. That's the only reason for not getting the full five stars. I bought this one at Best Buy...
Summary: I got a nice late-model Mac Pro and a new copy of Elements 6. Nice big screen, many photos and lots of tiny little pixels to deal with. As nice as the Mac's multi-touch pad is, nothing beats a mouse for exacting work and so I went here looking for one. My first choice was the Mighty Mouse, but that sure had a lot of negative opinions about its reliability and so the search went on.
Summary: Length:: 0:37 Mins I've been using both the VX Nano and Revolution for several months now. In the end, I prefer the feel/design of the Revolution. Here's why I prefer the Revolution: - The size is just perfect and easier to get a grip. - The scroll wheel is also larger/durable - hyperscroll works better.