Top Best 50 Wireless and Bluetooth Mice in November 2021

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Logitech - POP Mouse Bluetooth Silent Scroll Mouse with Customizable Emojis - Blast Yellow
Description

Get to know the playful, wireless POP Mouse, designed to make personality shine on your desktop and beyond. Pick the POP Mouse you love most from our range of designs, and make it your own with fun emoji customization. With SilentTouch clicks, and up to 24 months battery life, take it anywhere you go. Connect POP Mouse to your desktop, laptop, or tablet using Bluetooth on Windows, macOS, iPadOS and Chrome OS. Glide between up to 3 devices at a time with FLOW, and shift instantly from high-precision to speed scroll mode with the SmartWheel.

5 Features
  • Get loud, get retro: Shout your inner retro out loud with a bold color combination of black, grey and arcade game yellow, allowing you to make a performance with POP Silent Mouse in Blast Yellow.
  • Bold, comfy, quiet: A compact and comfy wireless mouse with up to 24-month battery life* that fits snugly in your palm, handbag and computer case, with SilentTouch Technology for whisper-quiet working.
  • The emoji button: Press the colorful mouse's magic middle button to open a menu of emojis** to use in your chats, or give it your own shortcut using Logitech Software (Windows and macOS only).
  • Shift gears on the fly: As if reading your mind, POP Mouse’s SmartWheel shifts from high-precision tracking to speed scroll mode, helping you whizz through long documents with one confident flick.
  • FLOW between worlds: Connect to up to 3 devices on Windows, Mac, Chrome OS or Android using Bluetooth and glide between screens using the Easy-Switch button or FLOW.
  • The Most Useful Review
  • Review by Martin, 10 out of 10
    Amazing mouse

    Combine perfect with popkeys keyboard! The feeling is nice and sturdy. It does not have a separated receiver, but will sync with the reiciver that comes with the popkey keyboard.

    Nov 20, 2021 04:31
  • 10score
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    Apple - Magic Trackpad
    Description

    Magic Trackpad is wireless and rechargeable, and it includes the full range of Multi-Touch gestures and Force Touch technology. Sensors underneath the trackpad surface detect subtle differences in the amount of pressure you apply, bringing more functionality to your fingertips and enabling a deeper connection to your content. It features a large edge-to-edge glass surface area, making scrolling and swiping through your favorite content more productive and comfortable than ever.

    8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Ilysofla, 10 out of 10
    Awesome

    Great upgrade for the Mac. Works great when placed in the keyboard/track tray from Amazon. Easy to use.

    Oct 01, 2021 16:44
  • Review by OpaRock, 10 out of 10
    Always rely on Apple

    Always love Apple and their products. I love the touchpad.

    Sep 24, 2021 15:51
  • Review by Jhem, 10 out of 10
    Apple Trackpad (Silicon)

    This wireless trackpad is simply amazing! Functionality 10, connectivity 10, Speed & Touch responses 10, battery life 10 and slickness 10..! If your a person like me who hasn’t used a mouse in over a decade or has ever use a trackpad at all before, then you won’t be disappointed with this new Apple This Trackpad because it really checks all the boxes!!~

    Oct 21, 2021 10:37
  • Review by Jdog, 10 out of 10
    Track pad

    Excellent product! Had macbook previously and changed to an Imac. Missed trackpad and this took care of it!

    Oct 20, 2021 18:34
  • Review by drp69, 10 out of 10
    " Apple " -- Magic Trackpad *****

    This product replaces using a mouse perfectly. Once you start using this Magic Trackpad, you won't ever want to use a mouse again. Well worth the price I paid for it. I love it.

    Oct 22, 2021 21:27
  • Review by Boomwaller, 10 out of 10
    Amazing mousepad for macs

    Amazing product helps my wrist and is just a breeze to use with a Mac mini! Would highly recommend!

    Oct 16, 2021 09:33
  • Review by Rddelvalle, 10 out of 10
    Excellent device

    Excellent accessory, easy to connect, just turn on and computer recognizes it. NO clicks, a different experience while conducting virtual meetings.

    Oct 29, 2021 16:16
  • Review by Trackpad, 10 out of 10
    Apple Trackpad

    Good quality, overall great purchase. We have some at work and these are kinda big compared to those so I'm not sure what model this is but either way it works.

    Oct 23, 2021 12:58
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    Logitech
    Logitech - Design Collection Limited Edition Wireless Compact Mouse with Colorful Designs - Blue Aurora
    Description

    The Design Collection Limited Edition mice mood-boosting designs bring a vibrant new look to your desk setup. Choose between different fun styles. It’s small, comfortable, super responsive, and completely wireless. Get total freedom with 10 m of wireless range, and work worry-free for 12 months on a single pre-installed battery. With smooth, line by line scrolling and precise cursor control for easier navigation at home or at work. The compact design perfectly fit users with smaller hands and kids—making it a great option for homeschooling.

    7 Features
  • Colorful Designs: Each colorful mouse from the Limited Edition gives you a vibrant look to create your personal desk setup
  • Portable and Comfortable: Lightweight, portable design with built-in USB storage makes for easy travel to meetings or on-the-go; soft rubber side-grips add extra comfort
  • 10 M Wireless Range: 10 m of effective operating wireless range (2.4 GHz) give you total freedom and a tidy desk with no wires
  • 12 Month Battery Life: Efficient power-saving technology gives 12 months of battery life on a single, pre-installed AAbattery
  • Universal Compatibility: Easy plug-and-play compatibility across many devices and operating systems, including Windows®, MacOS, Chrome OS™ and Linux®. Available USB port required
  • Unifying Receiver: Unify up to six compatible devices—like keyboardsor extra mouse—on one included USB receiver for a perfect wire-free desk setup
  • Made with Recycled Plastic: Plastic parts in Design Collection Wireless Mouse include post-consumer recycled plastic 54%
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Valle, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse

    Sensitive mouse. I was about to return because I did not see a USB in package. I even went to a store & asked an associate. They couldn't tell me. I decided to open the cover 1 day & there it was.

    Works great. Came with battery.

    Dec 07, 2020 09:46
  • Review by WyldeBlue, 10 out of 10
    Small, stylish, seamless across Chrome & Windows

    We're longtime fans of all sorts of Logitech accessories--mice, trackballs, webcams, keyboards...we've run the gamut across many of Logitech's product lines and always come away happy and impressed. Thankfully, the same can be said here--this latest entry into the wireless compact mouse Design Collection (our second actually--that's the "Cosmic Play" pictured below next to the new "Chirpy Bird") is another winner!

    I typically wear an XL in men's gloves so the mouse feels pretty darned small (though still immanently usable) under my fingers. But for travel, it's positively perfect! The mouse stows neatly in a small laptop pouch or backpack pocket without taking up too much room, and yet it comes with everything you need onboard to get mousing no matter where you might be--the USB nano-receiver stores neatly under the battery cover when the mouse is not in use, and the battery itself will very likely last close to/more than the promised 12-month charge cycle as the batteries in all our other Logitech compact mice have EASILY gone several months or more without needing a change.

    Tracking performance is excellent and has proven ideal for mousing on the go--I have yet to run across a working surface that the mouse hasn't tracked well...I even used it directly on top of my covers and blankets when I had my laptop unfolded in bed for some home-office work or a bit of Netflix chilling while I was sick. Thankfully, the mouse easily and effortlessly serves double duty for both the Windows and Chrome operating systems. Installation was plug-and-play without any manual intervention (at all!) on both our Dell Windows 10 laptop and our Samsung Galaxy Chromebook--I just plugged in a low profile USB-C to USB-A dongle, plugged in the even lower-profile nano-receiver included with the mouse, and within seconds I was mousing without wires on either device. Even better, you don't need to install a huge, resource-hogging software client (or log into another app or program with an account of some kind) to get things working--nice!

    Mousing action is reassuringly solid--left and right clicks aren't hard or stiff, but they do register with a satisfying tactile 'click' rather than just a mushy and indistinct depression of the mouse button. Scrolling is also very easy with detents in the wheel mechanism offering enough haptic feedback and light resistance to aid in precision scrolling--you definitely won't feel like you're just free-spinning the mouse wheel without any fine control over the results on the screen. Overall, this mouse has delivered on everything promised and everything we expected--definitely recommended if the size (and graphic design) suits your needs!

    Jul 12, 2021 17:45
  • Review by Nishi, 10 out of 10
    Excellent

    The mouse is very good.It works perfectly.No issues at all.

    Aug 03, 2021 00:20
  • Review by LJGULF35, 10 out of 10
    Nice pattern for a mouse

    The pattern is a nice touch for a mouse. It performs perfectly as Logitech mice always do.

    Sep 05, 2020 11:23
  • Review by JuJu05, 10 out of 10
    Small hands little mouse

    This mouse lets my daughter scroll through different tabs while home schooling.

    Jan 08, 2021 19:24
  • Review by Xinth, 10 out of 10
    Pretty and functional

    I loved my mouse , it matches with my HP laptop.Very useful in my schoolwork.

    Nov 07, 2020 10:00
  • Review by DaveW, 10 out of 10
    Nice Compact Mouse

    The Logitech Design Collection Wireless Mouse, in Teal maze, is an update to their compact mouse offering. In the past I have used a couple of compact Logitech mice. A M317 and a M325C doodle collection – the 317 for work travels, and the 325C for my kids. I have always been a Logitech fan because of their mouse lineup and the unifying receiver technology they use, so I’m always happy to try out a new mouse. So far I’ve had a G602, M705 (2X), M317, M325C, and a G Pro Wireless.

    Features for this little mouse are its long battery life – up to a year, ~30 ft range, 1000 DPI sensor, and unifying receiver. I have a lot of experience with Logitech mice as I have owned a lot of them. I currently use an M705 for work, a G Pro Wireless for gaming, and an M325C for on the go/kids. I have a lot of experience with the unifying receiver (ease of use, range), battery life, and build quality of the mice. In my experience the unifying receiver is fantastic. It has great range, easily connects right out of the box, and you can pair 6 devices to one receiver. So far the Design Collection mouse and receiver combo has pretty well lived up to this ease of use and range. As far as battery life goes – I usually get longer use times. My M325C is over a year, my M705 is closing in on 3.5 years and is about dead (3 years claimed). So they definitely last what they claim they do. The 1000 DPI sensor is perfectly fine for anything outside of gaming or precise graphic design tasks.

    Build quality on the mouse is good and roughly what I would expect out of Logitech. The little rubber sides give you a good grip and sit flush with the casing. The design panel includes the left and right buttons, and also sits nice and flush with the casing. Buttons themselves have a good clickiness and require an average amount of pressure to click. The center scroll wheel is made out of single piece of rubbery material. My finger grips it well as I scroll it. To click the wheel isn’t much effort either. Spinning the wheel is fine, a little heavier than my M325C but still not too bad. The Teal Maze design is nice looking for sure. I’m used to grey or black mice so it’s a refreshing change.

    Mouse ergonomics are completely personal preference. My favorite mouse to use is the M705 because it’s a little larger and its shape fits my hand/wrist angle better. Compact mice like the M325C and this Design Collection mouse are great for on the go workloads or traveling. I use mine occasionally for mobile instances, but it wouldn’t be a daily driver for me. That’s a personal preference for sure because I certainly think this mouse is comfortable to use. I like its weight and width, and it will certainly go in my work bag. I will say it is the perfect size for my kids’ hands. They are 5 and 7 and it works great. My M705 or G Pro are a little too big for their hands, so that’s a pretty solid use case for it.

    Also, props to Logitech for their packaging. Its the plastic thermo-sealed clamshell we all hate, but with an inner perforated tear-away zone. Super easy to remove, which is always nice.

    Overall, it’s a good little mouse that looks pretty nice. Logitech knows what they are doing, so I trust that this mouse is well built and will last a long time.

    Jun 27, 2020 17:39
  • Review by CrKeehn, 10 out of 10
    Not your basic Grey

    Logitech has strayed away from drab grey or beige and entered the world of color. The Design Collection Mouse with a universal nano receiver offers you a choice of four colorful designs on a portable wireless mouse. The mouse I'm testing is the Teal Maze, an attractive teal mouse with a maze pattern.

    The mouse is very compact, suited to slipping into a pocket or laptop bag. On the underside is an on-off switch as well as the battery compartment, which includes a slot for the nano receiver. The size of the mouse doesn't make it difficult to use, I have been using it comfortably for extended periods of time.

    The operation of the mouse is very smooth, with cursor movements easy to control. The scroll wheel has a smooth motion with a slight bit of resistance to make control easier. Clicking the scroll wheel will convert the mouse to autoscroll and I was impressed how smoothly that worked. Moving the mouse up and down will enable you to automatically scroll in the same direction. The further you move the mouse, the faster it will scroll. It is easy to control.

    Jun 29, 2020 09:48
  • 9.6score
    Logitech - MX Master 3 Advanced Wireless USB/Bluetooth Laser Mouse with Ultrafast Scrolling - Black
    Description

    MX Master 3 is instant precision and infinite potential. Designed for designers and engineered for coders, it’s our most advanced Master Series mouse yet. App-specific button customizations speed up your workflow in the apps you use most and the electromagnetic MagSpeed wheel enables fast noiseless scrolling. Your hand rests perfectly on the sculpted form and allows you to work comfortably for hours across multiple computers and operating systems in one fluid workflow. Ready for video calls - predefined settings for Microsoft Teams and Zoom let you instantly mute and Start/Stop your video call. With MX Master 3, you can truly master what you make.

    9 Features
  • Ultrafast MagSpeed scrolling: Remarkable speed, precision & quietness of electromagnetic scrolling with all new MagSpeed Wheel - up to 90% faster (1), 87% more precise (2) & ultra quiet.
  • Wireless Bluetooth connectivity: Connect the way you want up to 3 devices via Bluetooth or the included USB receiver on Windows, Mac or Linux.
  • Darkfield 4000 dpi sensor: Hit the right pixel every time with Darkfield 4000 dpi sensor.Faster and 5x more precise than the basic mouse.(1)
  • Track on any surface: The 4000 DPI sensor means you can track virtually anywhere –even on glass. (4)
  • Seven buttons: Provide access to frequently used commands and functions for powerful control. Speed up your workflow with predefined app-specific profiles and numerous customization options. (3)
  • Flow cross-computer control: Work seamlessly on three computers. Seamlessly transfer cursor, text, and files - between Windows & macOS, desktop & laptop. (3)
  • Comfort shape and intuitive controls: Work comfortably with perfectly sculpted shape and ideally placed thumb wheel and controls.
  • USB-C rechargeable: Full charge lasts up to 70 days, quick 1 min charge gives 3 hrs of use.
  • Compatible with most Windows, Mac and Linux computers: Works across a wide array of computers.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Turbolence, 10 out of 10
    Third Time's Still a Charm

    The original Logitech MX Master mouse made some waves when it launched in 2015, primarily from what was considered a high price tag. What could a $99 mouse offer that its cheaper rivals couldn’t? On paper, the specs didn’t add up, but what Logitech created was more than the sum of its parts in the pursuit of creating a nigh-perfect productivity mouse for power users.

    The success of the original MX Master mouse and its followup, the Master 2 (and refreshed Master 2S), made expectations high for the third generation of Logitech’s flagship productivity mouse. Fortunately, as both a productivity-enhancing tool for power users and simply a luxury experience for office tasks, Logitech’s MX Master 3 Wireless Laser Mouse fires on all cylinders, proving that you don’t need two stumbles before hitting it out of the park when good things come in threes.

    - Unboxing and Setup

    Despite its tall profile, wide base, and metal scroll gear, the mouse only comes in at 5 ounces (142g), which is on the heavier side for wireless mice but still within reason for a large mouse. First impressions are mixed - the material quality doesn’t feel particularly higher than other wireless mice with a rubberized grip and typical-feeling plastic mouse buttons. Scroll wheels are quite nice to touch and use, and the mouse glides a little more smoothly across a mousepad than some higher-end gaming mice I’ve used. Included in the box is a USB-C charging cable, a Logitech Unifying Receiver, and a quick-start guide that directs you to the MX site to download the Logitech Options software.

    The Logitech Options software is a 200MB download that, as strictly a driver companion, would be the weakest part of the entire Logitech MX experience. It requires an account to be created or linked to a Google or Facebook account to use the software, and doing so backs up your settings to Logitech’s own cloud to let you sync your keyboard settings across devices. The software is somewhat basic and allows for the usual litany of function key reassignments, but besides Logitech Flow and basic setting adjustments there’s little that the software adds to the MX Master 3 experience.

    A nice feature of the Logitech’s MX device line is that they can be paired to 3 different devices once configured with the Logitech Options software. The mouse can be paired via Bluetooth to any compatible device and this connection saved to any of the three device slots on the keyboard. These slots can also store a pairing to any Logitech Unifying Receiver and switching between them is a quick button-press on the bottom of the mouse.

    - Design & Build Quality

    What Logitech took away in flair and color moving from the MX Master 2S to the MX Master 3, they made up for in comfort and sheer ergonomics. The grip is very natural, comfortable, and every button is positioned and weighted perfectly so there’s no accidental clicks, scrolls, or presses you didn’t intend on. The positioning is so good that I only remembered the existence of the forward + back buttons that were literally resting under my thumb for a week, never once activated by mistake. That there are three buttons the thumb can use and activate without moving it out of its cradle, that are still easy to activate without accidentally triggering them in normal use, is simply outstanding. Common shortcuts can be mapped via the Logitech Options software and make this into a productivity-enhancing beast for your daily work.

    The switchgear used in every button feels extremely solid and durable, exhibiting no play and making extremely satisfying clicks. The thumb wheel scrolls with a good amount of resistance, and the main scroll wheel changes between free-scroll and ratchet mode with what feels like a magnetic click on and off. Scroll the wheel fast in ratchet mode and this “clutch” disengages, letting the wheel spin freely then ratcheting back into step once it comes to a stop. Might be a little too much fun to play with if you’re a chronic fidgeter. Extremely impressive all around.

    My only criticism on the design would be that it’s not an ambidextrous mouse, nor available in a left-hand variant as of this writing (October 9, 2019). Lefties shouldn’t be left out on this one.

    - Performance

    In daily use, the MX Master 3 glides and tracks excellently across my mousepad, yielding precise, weighted cursor movement that rarely needs compensation adjustments even when moving across three screens. Both slow, precise and fast, sweeping motions are effortless once you get used to the momentum that a heavy mouse generates.

    One of the hallmark features of the mouse’s optical sensor is its ability to track across any surface (per Logitech’s claims), even glass. Sure enough - tracking across a mousepad, wooden desk, cloth sheet, leather, and indeed even the glass of a tablet all worked phenomenally, with the glass feeling oddly even more precise than the other surfaces.

    As mentioned in Design & Build Quality, there’s no shortage of buttons on the mouse, and using them in conjunction with Logitech Options to map common commands and keyboard shortcuts (which can be set per-application, thus allowing commands to change based on the active window) definitely showed potential for speeding up my workflows over time. With all the shortcuts literally at your fingertips, it’s hard to think of a situation where they would be a hindrance rather than a boon for getting things done quicker.

    - Logitech Flow

    Logitech Options’ killer feature is Logitech Flow. Essentially a software-based keyboard-video-mouse (KVM) switch, Flow lets you control two computers using a single set of Logitech MX (and presumably other Logitech-branded) devices. While the trick would be neat enough in itself to control two computers, the software synchronizes both machines’ clipboards automatically, allowing seamless copy-paste and drag-and-drop integration between them. This works for both Windows and Macintosh machines, and you can indeed mix-and-match operating systems. The only limitations to Flow are that it must be used with two machines on the same local network, and both machines must be on and awake.

    Flow was surprisingly easy to set up and sync between computers. Once enabled I had no trouble using a single mouse pointer and keyboard between two machines. While the software works as intended, moving from the “local” to the “remote” machine and back took a moment for the mouse pointer to move between machines, and there was a noticeable delay, maybe 2 or 3 frames, between mouse movement on the local machine and the pointer updating position on the remote one. I found myself needing to move just a little slower and more deliberately on the remote machine, but not to the point where I felt it was anything more than a minor inconvenience rather than a major impediment.

    The software worked flawlessly in my testing otherwise, and truthfully the ease of simply copy-pasting text, images, files, anything between two machines after just a couple minutes’ setup is revelatory. I could almost make my recommendation for the MX Master 3 on this alone.

    - Wireless

    The wireless range on the mouse to a Unifying Receiver will vary based on interference - if it’s installed on a rear USB port on a desktop tower it may lose connection much easier than when it’s installed on the front. Regardless, the mouse had no issue working on any surface elsewhere in the room, no matter what obstructions I put in the way.

    Though not advertised as a gaming mouse, it certainly could be used for a few casual matches of popular twitch-shooters as latency was adequate throughout testing. At worst, the MX Master 3 feels like it could be a frame behind the action on-screen but no more. Switching between this mouse and a Logitech G305 Lightspeed, the G305 felt a little more responsive.

    In an attempt to overcome the latency deficit of the MX Master 3, I plugged the mouse in directly via the included USB-C cable, and found that it’s unfortunately a charging port only. It will need to be connected wirelessly to any PC to use it with one.

    - Bottom Line

    Hardcore gamers, you will want to look elsewhere. For everyone else, the MX Master 3 is to mice what German automakers are to cars - luxury experiences with the price to match. A $99.99 MSRP is a tough proposition when most other wireless mice and even the older MX Master models can be had for half as much, but Logitech set the benchmark for mice a third time over with build quality, features, and performance that still put them at the front of the pack. Factor in the killer app that is Logitech Flow and it shouldn’t be a surprise I’m giving this one praise. Highly recommended!

    Oct 23, 2019 17:27
  • Review by bridaw, 10 out of 10
    Very comfortable, Easy Switch between 3 computers

    I find the MX Master 3 mouse very comfortable to use and the MagSpeed scroll wheel is wicked fast. The ability to make Application Specific settings for buttons, gestures and pointer/scrolling is a powerful feature.

    It is really nice being able to reverse the scrolling direction of the scroll wheel in Windows 10 using the Logitech Options software instead of editing the mouse properties in the Registry!

    Easy Switch is great. You can pair the MX Master 3 mouse with up to three computers using Bluetooth or use the included Unifying receiver. Quickly switch between three computers by tapping the Easy-Switch button on the underside of the mouse. Trying to share a regular wireless mouse with more than one computer can be difficult at times. Much nicer being able to tap a button and quickly switch between three computers. If you are using two (or three) computers side by side, picking up the mouse to tap the Easy-Switch button becomes tedious. It would have been nice to have the button on top.

    A full charge using the included USB-C cable should last 70 days. The mouse gets constant use with our desktop computer and it holds a charge so well I leave it on all the time. It will let me know when the battery gets below 10% and I can still use it while charging. If you don’t want to use your wireless mouse with a wire, a quick minute charge will last three hours.

    I’ve switched back and forth between Bluetooth and Unifying receiver connections on Mojave and Windows 10 and see no benefit to using the Unifying receiver and tying up a USB port if your computer supports Bluetooth. The mouse remembers button/wheel assignments when switching between Bluetooth and Unifying connections or if you remove the device and add again later.

    Logitech Options software:

    The Logitech Options software is easy to use, and it can automatically back up your settings to the cloud. Much nicer than their buggy G Hub software. The settings for the “Wireless Mouse MX Master 3” are organized within Mouse, Point & Scroll and Flow panels.

    The Mouse panel has two views of the mouse, overhead and left side. There is a checkbox to swap left/right buttons. You can customize the Middle, Wheel mode shift, Gesture, Forward and Back buttons plus Horizontal scroll. Selecting them on the Mouse panel presents a pop-up list of Recommended actions but you can expand to the full list (40+) organized by Navigation, Productivity, Media Control, Mouse Commands, System Commands, Quick Access and Do Nothing. The Horizontal scroll has a list of 4 Recommended and 8 Other actions. Settings default to All Apps or you can enable Application Specific settings. There are presets available for some of your installed apps and you can enable/disable application specific settings anytime without losing your custom settings.

    If you assign the “Gesture button” action to any of the buttons you can then select between Windows navigation, Media Control, Pan, App navigation, Zoom/Rotate gesture presets or Customize your own. Gestures are executed when you hold down the “Gesture button” while moving the mouse. The “Navigate between apps” gesture is strange because it functions backwards. It is similar to using cmd/alt + tab on the keyboard but moving the mouse to the RIGHT scrolls through the apps to the LEFT and vice versa.

    The Point & Scroll panel lets you set the Pointer speed, Scrolling speed, Scroll direction, Smooth scrolling, Thumb wheel speed, Thumb wheel direction, SmartShift, SmartShift sensitivity, and Fixed scroll wheel mode. All of these settings can be applied to All Apps or can be set Application Specific.

    The Flow panel is where you Enable and Setup Logitech Flow. The feature allows you to switch between computers by moving your cursor to the edge of the screen and quickly copy-paste text, images, and files between them.

    Using the MX Master 3 mouse with the MX Keys keyboard:

    Duolink is a great feature. You hold the FN key on the MX Keys while you move the MX Master 3 mouse or click the buttons. You can define another complete set of actions and gestures for the mouse and toggle them by holding the FN key.

    Tapping the Easy-Switch buttons on the MX Keys to switch between computers won’t automatically switch the MX Master 3 mouse. You will need to switch both. It would have been a great feature to automatically switch the mouse when you switch the keyboard like a KVM switch.

    Oct 24, 2019 02:49
  • Review by JimC, 10 out of 10
    Comfort, Speed, Precision, Flexibility!

    The Logitech MX Master 3 cordless mouse is the ideal companion to the Logitech MX Keys keyboard. It is a very fine product on its own merits, but when paired with the MX Keys keyboard the duo provide the finest interface/control devices you will ever find.

    I just posted a review of the companion Logitech MX Keys keyboard and the next three paragraphs are copied from that review because I think it is important to learn about the manufacturer, Logitech, when you are investing in these high quality peripherals.

    I have to confess that I just love Logitech products – they are always superbly engineered, are packed with great features and have always given me reliable service.

    Logitech was founded in Apples, Switzerland in 1981. Its first product was a computer mouse in 1982 that was adopted by several computer manufacturers (including Apple.) Later it was the first company to offer a replacement mouse to the consumer market. Logitech introduced wireless mice, optical mice and trackballs. By 2008 Logitech had produced over one billion mice.

    The Logitech mouse was followed by a wide variety of high quality products including a handheld scanner, keyboards, a digital camera, webcams, speakers and microphones. It acquired Harmony, the industry standard for programmable multi-equipment remote control devices, in 2004, then purchased Ultimate Ears, a creator of outstanding Bluetooth speakers, in 2008, bought Jaybird, a premier manufacturer of very fine Bluetooth earphones, in 2016 and most recently, acquired Astro Gaming in 2017.

    Here are the key features of this great mouse:

    • Logitech MX Master 3 wireless mouse M-R0077 (receiver C-U0008)

    • Dual connectivity (Logitech Unifying USB receiver or Bluetooth)

    • Wireless range approximately 33 feet

    • Rechargeable 500 mAh lithium ion battery power

    • Typical usage on a full charge (which takes two hours): up to 70 days

    • Includes 54 inch long USB-A to USB-C charging cable

    • Mouse compatible with Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android, Linux operating systems

    • Includes left/right, back/forward, app switch, wheel mode shift, middle click

    • Magspeed Scroll wheel with smart shift

    • Thumbwheel

    • Gesture button

    • Resolution: 200 – 4,000 DPI

    • Darkfield high precision sensor

    • Low battery LED alert

    • Easy-Switch button to connect up to three devices and to switch between them, allowing seamless workflow across multiple devices

    • Logitech Options software to customize mouse features

    • Designed to provide advanced functionality when paired with MX Keys wireless keyboard

    • Dimensions: 3.32 W x 4.92 D x 2.01 inches H

    • Weight: 4.97 ounces

    • One year warranty

    This mouse has a beautiful shape which allows you to comfortably rest your hand on it while it cradles your thumb. There is a subtle grooved texture on the thumb rest and the right side (where your little finger would grip) as well as a non-reflective, anti-slip black matte texture coating on the main body of the mouse. This is perhaps the nicest exterior I have ever seen on a computer mouse.

    Just above your thumb are two programmable buttons (typically assigned to back/forward), as well as the thumb wheel which can be used for various functions (such as magnifying/reducing the size of text or spreadsheets). Pressing down with your thumb on its rest activates another feature, the gesture button.

    The bottom of the mouse has four low-friction glide pads, the recharging port, an on/off switch, the Easy-Switch button to change to other linked devices and the Darkfield optical sensor.

    For me, the two most important aspects of the Logitech MX Master 3 mouse are the electromagnetic scroll wheel and the Darkfield high precision sensor. The scroll wheel can switch from a ratchet mode to a free spinning mode by pressing a button behind it. In free spinning mode the scroll can whip up and down documents, spreadsheets or Cad-Cam plans very rapidly and effortlessly. The Darkfield sensor is a Logitech innovation which will operate on any surface, even glass! This is particularly useful to those of us who like to work on glass-topped tables – no more need for mouse pads!! The resolution of the sensor is set at 1,000 DPI but can be easily changed to any value (in 50 DPI increments) from 200 to 4,000 DPI. While there are some mice with even higher maximum resolutions (up to 16,000 DPI) 4,000 DPI will meet the needs of almost any application. This mouse is more than adequate even for the most stringent demands of Cad-Cam and Photoshop duties.

    The MX Master 3 mouse automatically changes the button assignments to defaults appropriate for the application you are working on. For example, the thumb wheel will scroll side-to-side on spreadsheets, magnify/reduce text on documents or change brush size in Photoshop. I was amazed by this feature when I had both a spreadsheet and a Word document open on my desktop. The feature changed without any action on my part when I put the mouse pointer on each document!

    The ability to pair with three devices at once is another nice feature. I linked it to my desktop PC, my Fire tablet and a laptop I use frequently. This gives me the freedom to use multiple devices without changing my interface (keyboard and mouse) and from the same position at my desk.

    Another useful element is the rechargeable battery power used by the mouse. There are few things as frustrating as working with a wireless mouse and discovering that the battery has become depleted and that you have no replacements handy. More than once I have had to scavenge a needed battery from a remote control so that I could continue working on my PC. That will not happen with the Logitech MX Master 3 since it recharges from any USB port and you can continue to use it while the recharging takes place. You can expect up to 70 days usage from a full charge.

    One last point – this is a very tough and durable device! Three times (yeah, I know, I am really clumsy) I accidently knocked it off my kitchen counter (where I was using it with one of my computers) and it survived a 42 inch fall onto a hard surface with no damage or scratches!

    There are many other slick features (copy and paste from one device to another, quickly applying an alternate set of mouse controls, etc.) but you will find the core features described above to be more than sufficient justification to buy this superb mouse. I urge you to pair it with the similarly outstanding Logitech Keys keyboard to experience the full functionality of that duo.

    I am delighted to give the amazing Logitech MX Master 3 mouse my full and enthusiastic recommendation!

    Oct 28, 2019 11:53
  • Review by JosW, 10 out of 10
    Accurate tracking

    Purchased to work with image editing software. Found it works well with every program, browser, game.

    Seems to hold a charge quite a long time. I've had the mouse for 7 weeks and plugged it in twice only because I felt it might be needed. The software shows current charge and always shows full charge.

    I have it connected via Bluetooth and I can't tell the difference from when it was connected through the dongle.

    Haven't tried the mouse on other computers but I understand it can be simultaneously connected to 3 computers.

    I think it's the best mouse I've ever had, I've had many. Thinking about getting more, hoping to see a sale.

    The buttons are somewhat programmable. Some programs come with preset buttons depending on the program. Some of the presets are unique to the program. Wish some of the presets were available to other programs.

    Mar 22, 2020 12:40
  • Review by rkmsquared, 10 out of 10
    Another Great MX Master

    I have had all of Logitech's MX Master series and have yet to be disappointed at any of the releases. Logitech has missed their mark on some of their products, this isn't one of em. Great change in the "stance" and overall design in the third edition of the MX Master. Plus the sweet gray colorway is a nice (welcome) change and allows for me to easily differentiate between my MX Master 3 (Black) for my Custom Desktop PC and my other MX Master 3 (Gray) I use for all my various tablets I use in my workflow. The gray MX Master 3 is surprisingly not too much of a fingerprint magnet. Overall I am stoked on the newest MX Master from Logitech.

    May 14, 2021 16:16
  • Review by Ikigai, 10 out of 10
    Dream Keys for a Designer

    From a designer standpoint and Logitech fangirl – this keyboard is a dream. Though I primary work on a laptop, I’ve always hated the feel of the keyboard – way too low and after a while, my wrists start to hurt. Plus… all those mistypes. I was looking to invest in a external keyboard as I wanted to place my laptop on a stand so that I could also see the screen better without hurting my neck so when the Logitech MX Keys came out, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it.

    After testing the MX Keys for a few weeks and going on one single charge here are some things that I noted:

    MX KEYS HARDWARE

    Positives:

    + matte finish with a premium feel

    +in love with the illuminating keys, especially it's touch sensitivity/smart illumination - I often use it at night and have been thoroughly amused each time I hover over them.

    + the touch and feel of each key is really remarkable and reminds me of the older keyboard feels with the satisfying feedback that current laptop keyboards do not give.

    +I really like the weight of the keyboard, makes it feel more secure and I wouldn't have to worry about it sliding around.

    + USB C charge – one charger for everything!

    + Connect via Bluetooth or unifying receiver (can pair with other Logitech devices seamlessly)

    +Rechargeable battery, no need for those pesky batteries

    +love having a FULL size keyboard with number pad

    +seamless ability to switch paired platform (i.e. mac to windows computer etc up to 3 devices) via easy-switch keys

    +ability to customize keys

    Negatives:

    - the only issue I had was the placement of the "FN" key as it is placed on the right as oppose to the left which is where I believe most keyboards iOS and Windows are placed. It's not a big deal but is a little uncomfortable when I want to Duolink FN + Gestures features. Naturally I want to place my left hand on the most left of the keyboard but in order to use the duolink feature I am forced to place my left hand where it normally does not rest on.

    -Thought the unifying receiver is nice and definitely provides a stronger uninterrupted connection compared to Bluetooth I was a little disappointed that it was still a USB Type A (traditional USB) port.

    -would have liked to be able to adjust the back height of the keyboard to be a little higher like in the previous keyboard or just have the angle be a little more but not that big of a problem nor is it a deal breaker

    SOFTWARE

    Looking at the software from a consumer and a UX/UI designer perspective, it is really well thought out. Simple, easy to use and navigate UI. It’s pretty self explanatory and has mini tutorials embedded into the software.

    Though I would love to see the Logitech software be available for the iPad Pros especially with the new iPad OS and future ability to use the iPad Pro as a second screen. Possibly something that would come in the near future?

    Perhaps ability to see the battery percentage

    Honestly, no real cons, though I also wished that it came with the palm rest instead of having to purchase it separately but overall a really solid product that I can see myself using for a while. Which I have no doubt will serve me for many years to come. Highly recommended!

    Oct 29, 2019 23:08
  • Review by Kmiku604, 10 out of 10
    Oh Man, What a Mouse!

    This is the best mouse I have ever used with a computer. It synchronized easily with my Omen and I have not lost connection since. It even alerts me to when it needs to charge.

    Build quality is fantastic and the mouse fits perfectly in my hand,

    It took a little bit to get used to it, but now I would never go back to any of my old mice.

    I will admit that $100.00 for a mouse seems expensive, but it is well worth it.

    If all you do is scroll on Youtube, or through your photos, this is not your mouse.

    If you need more control for Sketchup, photoshop or similar programs, then yes, this is your mouse.

    PS. You will want to shut this mouse off when you are not using it to conserve the battery.

    Jan 02, 2021 14:04
  • Review by Baron90, 10 out of 10
    Logitech - MX Master 3 Wireless Laser Mouse - Blac

    Nicest mouse I’ve ever used (that’s just me) with a awesome thumb pocket many great functions comes with Bluetooth and the scroller is just amazing on this thing, perfect fit for me.

    Logitech - MX Master 3 Wireless Laser Mouse - Black

    Feb 23, 2021 23:31
  • 9.6score
    Logitech - G PRO X SUPERLIGHT Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 25K Sensor - Black
    Description

    Enjoy smooth glides when gaming with this wireless Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT mouse. The HERO sensor ensures precise and consistent control, while the lightweight design is easy on the hands, helping reduce fatigue over long use sessions. This Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT mouse boasts a high-precision 25,600 dpi optical sensor for accurate pixel tracking and quick response.

    10 Features
  • Precise scroll wheel: Ensures a high level of performance.
  • 25K HERO sensor: Allows for incredibly precise, fast, and consistent control with up to 25,600 dpi resolution.
  • Large, zero-additive PTFE feet: Deliver a smooth glide for a pure, fluid connection with the game.
  • Lightspeed technology: Ensures fast and reliable work.
  • Esports-ready: Meticulously designed in collaboration with many of the world's famous esports pros.
  • High-definition optical technology: LED lights scan the surface beneath the mouse to detect movement with a fair amount of accuracy, suitable for advanced gaming.
  • Hyper-minimal design: Provides an ultra-lightweight construction at under 2.2 oz.
  • Compatible with most Windows and Mac computers: Works across a wide array of computers.
  • Wireless connection: This mouse connects to your computer using a wireless radio frequency USB receiver.
  • Five-button design: Click comfortably and use it through games with ease.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by SirGalahad, 10 out of 10
    The Best Mouse On The Market.

    You can find me full review of this product here: (https://youtu.be/d1FULCx34lY)

    DIFFERENCES BETWEEN IT AND THE ORIGINAL G PRO WIRELESS:

    I’ll be referring to the G Pro X Superlight as the Superlight for simplicity. It is now less than 63 grams which makes it the lightest WIRELESS gaming mouse on the market. It also comes in lighter than most WIRED gaming mice. Many users are actually finding their mouse weighs less than 63 grams with some going into the upper 50’s. Mine was 59 grams. Crazy talk I tell you. They accomplished this by removing the right-side buttons, the DPI button on the bottom of the mouse, and the RGB which was replaced by a grey G Logo. If you squint real hard you can pretend it’s a grey light. There is a single LED indicator that turns on when you power the mouse on, then shows you what DPI you are on, and last when your battery is low it will blink. Along with a bunch of other stuff that you can’t see going on under the hood.

    The side clicks feel a bit different as well. As they removed the modularity of it. Overall, button placement is ideal and works for a plethora of different grips. They stick out well, are easy to find, require light amount of actuation, with moderate to long travel making them feel mushy, with a solid click at the end.

    The Superlight’s scroll wheel has now stepped into a new dimension and is two toned. Groundbreaking I know. But please hold your applause. Otherwise, it appears to be the nearly the same and continues to be one of my favorite scroll wheels of all time. I have noticed that my Superlight feels a lot tighter. Middle mouse button also requires a lot less force to actuate now with a defined click that is about a quarter as loud. Again, this could be due to variance. The scroll wheel has very definitive steps, is tight, and requires moderate pressure to actuate with a very crisp click. It’s brilliant I tell you. Brilliant!

    Moving onto the big-ticket item outside of the weight, the clicks themselves. One of my biggest concerns, along with many others was if the Superlight would also suffer from double clicking. I’ve heard through the grapevine that they are now using 20 million Omron switches instead of their previous 50 million Omron’s. They have also made some other changes under the hood for the Superlight to cut weight which should hopefully also help with this. Why Logitech hasn’t made a big deal about being transparent with improving the clicks I don’t know. Which makes me think they haven’t done anything as why stay quiet about it?

    I personally notice a huge difference with these new clicks. The Superlight clicks are now about twice as loud and have stronger spring back force which leads to an incredibly crisp click. Seriously they feel great. However, it appears that the very light actuation force with very low pre-travel of the G Pro has now turned into slightly heaver actuation force with slightly longer pre-travel followed by the same long post-travel. They still use the mechanical tensioning system so each click is very consistent as is left/right click variance. I continue to love these clicks and they are still one of my favorites.

    They have finally upgraded their PTFE feet to no additive PTFE and they are substantially larger. The puck also comes with more PTFE if you want to get really crazy. Last, even though they removed the powerplay magnets it still supports it. I much prefer these as they glide wonderfully.

    The weight of the Superlight is now balanced.

    I think they added a new coating. As the Superlight feels a lot less slippery in my hand along with having more of a matte finish that feels slightly rubbery.

    It still has the best on/off switch of any wireless gaming mouse I’ve tried. Making it incredibly easy to toggle. It shows blue when on and red when off.

    It only supports 1 on-board profile. It also comes with grip tape. For those of you who just can’t seem to hold onto your mouse. It’s okay you can just admit that your aim leaves a lot to be desired over issues with your mouse.;)

    It continues to use a Micro USB. As it is lighter and takes up less room. Which is a bummer as I would have preferred to see USB C. It still comes with a dongle and a plastic cord. Which is also disappointing in the era of paracords. Thankfully the rubber cord is very malleable but still no where near as premium as what other mice now offer. Thankfully, battery life on this guy is tremendous at 70 hours. Which seems pretty darn accurate and may even be a bit low as I’ve been using it for four days now and I’m only at 91 percent. So, if every once in a while you remember to plug in your mouse to charge you shouldn’t have to worry about it.

    SUMMARY OF IMPROVEMENTS/DIFFERENCES:

    The Superlight is now <63 grams from 80 grams. Mine is 60 grams. The puck now weighs 1 gram compared to 2 grams. The weight is now balanced instead of back heavy. The side clicks have been removed from the right side and are no longer modular. Which makes them feel a bit mushier as there is more give but still provide a crisp click. Scroll wheel is two toned, tighter with more defined steps, requires less actuation force, and is less loud. Clicks are now 50 mil Omron from 20 Mil, are twice as loud, feel crisper due to increased spring back force, require slightly more actuation force with slightly more pre-travel with the same post travel. It has upgraded PTFE feet that also take up more surface area. Battery life has improved at a minimum of 60 hours to 70 hours. It uses the same HERO sensor. It has a new coating that is gripper, and it comes with grip tape. It only supports 1 on-board profile from 5. There is no RGB. It still uses Micro USB and comes with an old-school cable. Overall, if you enjoy the G Pro Wireless this would be a worthy upgrade in my opinion as my G Pro Wireless is now dead to me. You heathen get out of my sight. Take your RGB lighting and modularity and find a new home. Just kidding please don’t make me sleep on the couch.

    CONCLUSION:

    No surprise here. This is a fantastic mouse. The small improvements they have made are very welcome to me. And if you are trying to get the most out of your mouse this is one you should consider. As I found it to be an upgrade over my previous mice.

    Dec 20, 2020 15:19
  • Review by optimummind, 10 out of 10
    Superb & lightweight.

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    *Pros:

    -Very, very light.

    -Clickity, responsive, & reliable buttons.

    -Scroll wheel has right-on resistance and it's easy to modulate.

    -Ergonomic and comfortable.

    -Fantastic dpi range, up to 25,600!

    -Long battery life.

    -Logitech G Hub software is intuitively laid out and easy to use.

    -Has a stow-away compartment underneath for the USB-A receiver dongle.

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    *Neutral:

    -Very expensive for a mouse.

    -Have to open the G Hub app to change the DPI setting.

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    *Cons:

    -None

    Although I'm not a pro gamer but a moderate PC gamer, I still appreciate the Logitech G Pro X Superlight very much. Just like its name says, the mouse is super, super light and it felt like an empty and hollowed-out dummy unit for customer display when I first picked it up. It's the lightest mouse I've ever laid my hands on and it took me a little while to get used to its surreal lightness. That's not to say, however, that the mouse feels cheap. Due to Logitech's excellent design, the mouse cups underneath my hand like a second skin, feeling very ergonomic and comfortable.

    For the type of games I play, which are mostly FPS and third-person action RPGs, the number of buttons provided proved adequate and satisfactory. MMO players, on the other hand, might wish for more. The left and right-click buttons, as well as the two left-side buttons all worked just fine. The scroll wheel, which has good resistance, performed well, with no over-, under- or laggy scrolling. It's tuned perfectly out-of-the-box and I have no complaints.

    I'm already familiar with Logitech's G Hub software and I'm glad the company is keeping the design and navigation within it simple and elegant. There aren't many customization options for the G Pro X Superlight because it comes with a minimal number of buttons (five) and no LED light colors to change, which is fine by me. But it's in here that you can toggle among the various DPI settings. Thanks to the awesome HERO sensor, the dpi can be set as high as 25K! My reflexes aren't that good so I usually have it set way lower when playing slower-paced third-party action RPGs and I crank it up a bit for FPS games like Cyperpunk 2077. You'll have to play around with the dpi slider until you find the setting that is most comfortable and appropriate for your usage scenario.

    It's only when I'm not gaming and using the mouse for web browsing and productivity tasks that I wish there was at least one or two more programmable buttons - a dpi-changing button and a general-purpose button underneath the scroll wheel. On my other computer mice with more buttons, I usually set the button underneath the scroll wheel to launch a keyboard shortcut, such as CTRL + W (close tab). If I had a dedicated dpi-changing button, then I could be saving some time by not having to launch G Hub and setting a different dpi value. But all of this is really nitpicking and missing the point since the G Pro X Superlight is specifically tailored for hardcore and pro-level gamers.

    All in all, I'm more than pleased with the Superlight. It is feather-light, very ergonomic and perfectly suited for hours-long gaming sessions, ultra-precise and accurate, and has really long battery life. The price tag is quite high but I can definitely see this mouse being worth it for both serious and casual gamers alike. It's an absolute 5-star win!

    Dec 18, 2020 14:44
  • Review by Joshua, 10 out of 10
    Logitech G PRO X Superlight - Review

    Logitech G PRO X Superlight - Mouse Review.

    After some time out of stock, I finally got my hands on the G PRO Superlight. I've used it for 10 days now, and I wanted to write a review about it.

    I've been a heavy user of the Logitech G703, but I wanted a lighter, ambidextrous mouse. The shape of the G703 became a little bulky for me, as I moved away from the palmgrip, and aimed for more of a fingertip/claw grip.

    These are my thoughts on the different aspects of the mouse:

    Shape: This is the first ambidextrous mouse I've owned, and I love the shape! Although my first reaction to the shape was that it feels slim, because the sides of the mouse are very steep. My hands cramped a little after heavy use, as it takes some time to adjust.

    Weight: The weight is very well balanced, and the superlight weight really makes it easy to flick and move the mouse around fast. 60g really feels like a sweetspot.

    Glide: At first, the glide doesn't feel super smooth, but after about 4 hours of breaking them down, it's actually very impressive! Something to note is that the stock skates doesn't have rounded edges.

    Coating: The coating has a matte and smooth feel, but is a little slippery if your hands are very dry. After some minutes of use, it sticks well to the hand. The printed silver logo could have been better in my opinion. The "silver" colour looks cheap. I think the look of the mouse would've been even better if the logo was the same colour as the mouse, only with a glossy finish - would've been very minimalistic and clean.

    M1 & M2: The main clicks are very good. They're snappy, crisp and not too light to the touch. They have a little bit of pre and post travel, but it's not noticable during use. I've read complaints regarding sidewobble, and while it is true that the buttons have some slight sideplay when you really force it to show, I have never felt any of this during gameplay or regular use. I'm very satisfied with the clicks.

    Sidebuttons: The sidebuttons are probably the weakest point of the superlight. They are very soft, with alot of pre and post travel. The clicks don't give you enough feedback to the touch, which can cause confusion if you clicked or not (this applies when you have a headset on and can't hear the click itself). The sidebuttons on the Superlight can compare to the DPI button on the G703.

    Scrollwheel: The scrollwheel is good, though it's on the lighter side, with a light feedback. If you're looking for a firm scrollwheel with very obvious steps, this may not be it.

    Sensor: Solid perfomance, not had any issues.

    Buildquality: The build quality is superb, even for a 60g mouse! It's very solid, and has very little give to it when squeezing the sides. There is no noises when shaking or squeezing the mouse. Keep in mind as the mouse is only 60 grams, it will naturally "feel" cheaper, than a heavier mouse (as cheap things often are related with light weight, and vice versa).

    Battery: Superb batterylife! I've used it alot for 10 days, and it's at 60%.

    Price: 150$ is alot for a mouse, regardless of how good it is (this mouse costs 188$ in Norway). There is alot of good choices for a lot less. Though, if you really enjoy the G PRO ambidextrous shape, and want a lightweight mouse with great main clicks, good buildquality, probably the best sensor, and great batterylife, you will be satisfied with the Superlight.

    Jul 02, 2021 18:21
  • Review by YourMainDude, 10 out of 10
    THE Gaming Mouse for the 'super light' crowd

    The Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT nails it. I've never been a fan of extremely light gaming mice, but this one thoroughly changed my mind. What this mouse offers is everything essential. Ultra light weight, ultra smooth light-speed wireless and wired performance, no-compromise - gigantic feet/pads and solid build quality.

    Upon my unboxing, I was immediately taken by the shape & weight. There are going to be pundits who want more buttons, say for DPI switching and assignable actions, or others wanting more RGB bling ... or even others wanting better grip. I can see all those aspects being justifiable wants but would simply say, see other Logitech products for all of those things. The Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT is laser focused on performance, performance & performance.

    Straight away, I was impressed with the scroll wheel. The detent feedback is right where I like it and wish all Logi mice had this tactile response. This has to be the best scroll wheel design they've ever put out. Left & right button response is also short & quick. Never experienced any double clicks or ghosting.

    Another one of my favorite aspects of the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT is the massive and well positioned feet/pads. This is another one of those characteristics I wish was present on more Logitech mice. My previous go-to mouse is the Logi 903. And although I prefer the overall weight and features of the 903, the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT's glide on a hard surface is far superior. It reminds me a lot of D-Adder or Mamba (Elites) glide.

    The smooth, non-braided USB cable is also a big step up from the other Logi cable offerings. Big win!

    Since the features are focused, the options available in the Logitech G Hub software are minimal but everything essential is there and easy to customize.

    In terms of play-ability, I spent quite a few hours on MW2 Remastered, Quake Champions ... and even Quake II RTX... if you can believe that.

    The precision during intense battles and more controlled sniping is top shelf with the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT. I never felt hindered by either the wireless connection or being tethered by the smooth, USB cable. Firing off shots and controlling movement was intuitive and satisfying. I own the Powerplay charging pad and honestly, I prefer a touch more weight to my mouse - so it was easy to obtain that optimal feel by simply installing the charging disc from the Powerplay system. Adding that puck adds just the right about of additional weight to the bottom of the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT. I highly recommend this upgrade.

    Can't comment on battery life due to time constraints but the charging time is phenomenally fast... and if the approx. 70 hours of operational time is accurate, that's a big bonus in my mind.

    Pros:

    Only the essentials - no bling or extra buttons

    Perfect balance

    Super light without that honeycombed, open aperture design

    Outstanding glide on hard surfaces with massive feet/pads

    Slim and smooth jacketed USB cable

    Cons:

    Perhaps two additional buttons dedicated to quick, up & down DPI switching would be nice ... but I can't truly call that a Con. Most 'serious business' gamer types are set it & forget it folks. So I get it.

    And I can say I never felt the need for a dedicated sniper button.

    I'm most comfortable claw-gripping on the sides with my button fingers slightly raised, so for my medium sized hands this mouse has that perfect geometry for confident control in 1st person shooters . No significant learning curve experienced; everything felt totally natural from the get-go. YMMV

    Those looking for the ultimate in a super light gaming mouse that is built around all the critical essentials... this is it!

    Dec 17, 2020 14:52
  • Review by Thomas, 10 out of 10
    Basically Perfect Out Of The Box

    Would be basically perfect if it was cheaper, cant really fault the Pro X for anything. Build quality is very good, feels solid despite weighing nothing. Switches feel great, crisp with very little post travel. Skates are great, very fast, just need to break them in. Safe shape for all grip styles, even though its small I palm it without issue. Easy recommend to anyone looking for a wireless ultralight mouse. This mouse was clearly designed for esports games played on low sens, if you are gonna use it on anything higher than 1600dpi and or use a high in game sens, you aren't using it to its full potential. You don't need an ultralight mouse if you only need to move an inch for a 360.

    Shape 8/10

    Weight 10/10

    Sensor 10/10

    Switches and Scroll Wheel 10/10

    Skates 9/10

    Jun 25, 2021 19:30
  • Review by Kelby, 10 out of 10
    Best In Class Performance & Lightweight Design

    ---- Summary ----

    Verdict:

    Logitech proves that excellent performance and battery life can be housed in a sleek, lightweight design. If you’re looking for a premium gaming mouse with these aspects plus unwavering wireless connectivity and consistency, consider the Logitech G Pro X Superlight.

    Pros:

    - Very lightweight

    - Sturdy build quality

    - Comfortable to hold

    - Long battery life

    - Responsive and precise

    - Reliable wireless connectivity

    - Smooth glide

    - Simple setup

    Cons:

    - Not a truly ambidextrous design

    ---- Review ----

    Setup:

    Setup is as easy as one-two-three. Really, there are just three steps in the manual, which are to plug the charging cable, power on the mouse, and install Logitech G Hub on your computer. I appreciated the very quick and issue-free setup.

    Design:

    When I took the G Pro X Superlight out of the box, I couldn’t believe how lightweight it was. I immediately thought there must be batteries I needed to put in, but realized the rechargeable battery is already built-in. The word “superlight” in the name is no joke. Compared to the standard G Pro mouse, what you’re giving up for this astoundingly lightweight design is RGB lighting and buttons on the right side of the mouse. Although the shape is ambidextrous, the lack of buttons on the right side might make this mouse less attractive to those who are left-handed. Although I like RGB lighting, I think the substantial weight reduction is a worthy tradeoff for RGB, but that’s up to you to decide. Despite its lightweight, the structural integrity of the mouse isn’t compromised. There’s no flexing in the plastic outer shell, no rattling, and it feels sturdy, so I don’t doubt that it’ll withstand extended use. The Superlight has a sleek, no-frills design that still manages to look and feel like a premium mouse. Subtle touches like the white on the scroll wheel and the matte finish contribute to its tasteful look. Comfort is very important to me, and the Superlight delivers in that regard too. Its lightweight and large PTFE feet deliver a smooth and wrist fatigue-free experience, while the shape delivers comfort, even during long gaming or working sessions.

    Features:

    Settings are managed in the Logitech G Hub software (available for Windows or Mac OS). You can change DPI (the speed of your mouse on the screen), reassign buttons, and set up profiles for games/apps. It’s all pretty straightforward and convenient to have in one place. Included in the box are a few optional components like the rubberized skins for increased grip, a PTFE puck that can be swapped with the stock puck for increased PTFE feet surface area and less resistance, as well as a receiver extension adapter. These are in addition to the required components like the charging cable and wireless receiver. Though I currently don’t own the Logitech PowerPlay mat, it’s nice to know that can be used with the Superlight mouse.

    Performance:

    Whether I’m gaming or working, the responsiveness and precision of the G Pro X Superlight exceed my expectations, but where it shines is gaming. I’m a fan of first-person shooter games like Call of Duty, and the Superlight provides me with a precise aiming and shooting experience. Additionally, the wireless connection has been flawless. If I play badly, there’s no way I can blame it on this mouse. Battery life has exceeded my expectations as well. For such a lightweight mouse, I assumed that there’d be a small battery that wouldn’t last more than about 50 hours, but no, it provides an impressive 70 hours of battery life (in constant motion). Logitech proves that a lightweight design doesn’t have to compromise critical aspects like performance and battery life.

    Dec 17, 2020 14:50
  • Review by jadenvoo, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse, but a little pricey.

    Used a Model O Wired for the past almost 3 or 2 years and used a ziptie bungie. Moved to California almost 7 months ago and my mouse started disconnecting from my PC when I was playing games. Got this mouse hoping it would last a long time and so far, it’s feeing really good. Super light, never runs out of batter when I use it, and it feels more responsive than my old Model O Wired.

    Jun 04, 2021 15:30
  • Review by SibeSound, 10 out of 10
    Worthwhile upgrade from the original GPRO Wireless

    Coming from the G Pro Wireless(GPW), I didn't think the weight difference would be that substantial to justify it. I feel I was wrong. Tracking just feels easier with this compared to the original GPW. Moving it around in general feels easier, and I'm happy to have made the upgrade. I loved the GPW and the GWP Superlight just seems to have improved on what was in my opinion the best mouse on the market.

    Dec 25, 2020 16:22
  • 9.6score
    Logitech - MX Anywhere 3 Wireless Bluetooth Fast Scrolling Mouse with Customizable Buttons - Graphite
    Description

    Master it, anywhere with MX Anywhere 3 –a compact performance mouse designed for mobile work –from the home office, to the cafe, to the airport lounge.The electromagnetic MagSpeed scroll wheel is faster, quieter, and more precise. A low-profile design is contoured for the shape of your hand –with silicone side grips ensure that it’s always soft to the touch.MX Anywhere 3 is built to withstand the bumps and drops of mobile work. And a track-anywhere sensor means you can work on virtually any surface.App-specific button customizations speed up your workflow in the apps you use most.

    8 Features
  • MagSpeed scrolling: Remarkable speed, precision, and quietness of electromagnetic scrolling with the MagSpeed wheel that allows you to effortlessly scroll 1,000 lines at once and stop on a pixel.
  • Logitech Flow enabled: Allows you to control multiple computers across Windows and macOS operating systems to effortlessly transfer text, images, and files between them.
  • Logitech Darkfield tracking: Track on virtually any surface, including glass, so you can work seamlessly at a desk, in a cafe, even on a couch.
  • Modern low-profile design: Crafted to fit your hand, this comfortable mobile mouse provides the control you need at home, at work, or on the go.
  • Compatible with Windows, macOS, iPadOS, ChromeOS, and Linux: Connect up to three devices, and switch between them with a tap of the button.
  • Wireless Bluetooth connectivity: Enables reliable connection to Bluetooth-enabled devices.
  • Six buttons: Provide access to frequently used commands and functions for powerful control.
  • USB Type-C quick charging: Stays powered up to 70 days on a full charge and gets three hours of use from a one-minute quick charge.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by ryanmcv, 10 out of 10
    The Mobile Mouse Perfected

    If you've used any of Logitech's previous MX series mice, then you know to expect top-tier comfort, usability, and style. If you haven't, then you're in for a treat. The MX Anywhere 3 is Logitech's latest portable mouse designed to go wherever you work, and it comes at a perfect time as many of us shift to working in new settings at home and on various devices.

    PROS:

    - Easy setup. The mouse connected to both of my Windows computers (one desktop and one laptop) instantly using the included USB receiver. The mouse is also Bluetooth-compatible and should work on any OS, including Mac and iPad. The real power of this mouse is in the Logitech Options program (free download on Logitech's website), which allows you customize the buttons, pointer speed, scrolling direction, and so much more.

    - As with previous Logitech MX mice, my favorite feature is the "Flow" feature configured via the Options program. After installing the Options program on two. computers -- and ensuring that both are on the same network -- this mouse can essentially combine two machines into one dual-monitor setup. Just like if you had two displays side-by-side, if you move the cursor through the right side of one screen to the other, the cursor passes over to the other computer on the opposite side. You can even copy text and files on one machine, move the cursor over to the other machine, and paste them. There is a slight delay when pasting, especially with large files, but it's so much more convenient than emailing or swapping an external drive. This is a great feature to have when working from home with two laptops.

    - Incredibly comfortable. The silicon side grips make this mouse easy to use for hours on end, and it's just the perfect size to be comfortable and small enough to through in a backpack or travel bag.

    - Another excellent feature: the different scrolling modes used by the center scroll wheel (called the MagSpeef wheel). You can choose from either ratchet (a slight "click" feedback while scrolling) or freespin, which allows you to spin the wheel as fast as you want, and it will keep scrolling until you stop it. Freespin is perfect for when I need to scroll through large web pages or documents.

    - The mouse seems to work on practically any surface. I've tried a wooden desk and even a clear glass desk - both worked flawlessly.

    - Long battery life. Logitech claims 70 days on a full charge. The battery is rechargeable via USB-C cable, so you don't have to worry about having spare batteries lying around. P.S. - Thank you, Logitech, for finally moving away from microUSB!

    CONS:

    - None!

    OVERALL:

    For me, the MX Anywhere 3 is the perfect mouse for working around the house or on the road. If you frequently switch between multiple computers or tablets, you will especially enjoy all of the advanced features and settings available in the Logitech Options program. Even if you're not a power user and won't use those advanced features, this mouse still offers incredible battery life, comfort, and customization options -- all in an awesomely compact size. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

    Sep 27, 2020 20:07
  • Review by optimummind, 10 out of 10
    Lived up to all of my expectations.

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    *Pros:

    -Light, compact, and easy to find space for it inside any bag.

    -Very ergonomic and comfortable design.

    -Very responsive buttons with a perfect level of clickity-ness.

    -Excellent scroll wheel.

    -Logitech Flow actually works well and seamlessly.

    -LONG battery life.

    -Charges up via USB-C.

    -The Logitech Options app is intuitive to navigate and set up custom keyboard shortcuts.

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    *Neutral:

    -It's a bit heavier than my MX Anywhere 2S.

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    *Cons:

    -None

    I've been a big fan of the Logitech MX Anywhere series for years and the MX Anywhere 3 met all of my expectations. I liked the previous-generation MX Anywhere 2S so much, we have two in the household - one for myself (black) and one for the wifey (white).

    The build quality and fit-and-finish of the Anywhere 3 is excellent. As you run your finger across the contours of the mouse and between the seams, it feels really nice and flows very well. There are no harsh edges and no part of the mouse puts any strain or annoying pressure on your hands. The buttons are clickity, responsive, and predictable. The scroll wheel, which has been updated from the Anywhere 2S, not only rotates with more precision and fluidity but it also looks better cosmetically.

    The Anywhere 3 also excels in the everyday point, drag, and click operations. As expected from Logitech who's been in this business for years, everything was top-notch - accurate pointing, smooth gliding, no erratic jumpiness or lags, and overall smooth performance.

    Hardware-wise, the only slight negative is the increased weight. It's still lighter than most other computer mice with a similar feature set, but the difference was immediately noticeable when gliding it across my mousepad and when picking it up.

    To get the most out of the mouse, you have to install the Logitech Options app, which will open up fine-tuning options (pointer speed, smooth scrolling, scroll force, SmartShift sensitivity, etc), custom button shortcut configurations, and the ability to enable Flow. After ignoring Flow for the first year of owning my MX Anywhere 2S (thought it was just a gimmick), I tried it last year and it was great. With my wifey's laptop and mine side-by-side, I was easily able to jump my mouse cursor from one PC to another in a seamless fashion. I don't use it very often but it's great to have when certain scenarios call for it.

    Overall, I'm quite happy and satisfied with the MX Anywhere 3. The improvements from the MX Anywhere 2S to the 3 isn't huge and mostly subtle. The Anywhere 3 looks a bit better, feels a bit more comfortable, and the battery life is longer. If your Anywhere 2S is still holding a decent charge and everything works well, then you can probably skip the Anywhere 3. But if you're looking for a light, portable, and very ergonomic mouse with a fabulous battery endurance, then the MX Anywhere 3 should be on the top of your list.

    Sep 20, 2020 02:11
  • Review by jeninbrooklyn, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse to switch between two or three devices

    Love this mouse. It fits my hand really well, and I was able to connect it to both my PC and my Macbook Air so now it's easy to switch back and forth between the two by pressing the button on the bottom, and I can save space on my desk by not having two mice anymore. I bought the gray color, which I thought would be a nice change from the typical black or dark gray mouse and I love the color. It doesn't get dirty as the surface doesn't attract dirty.

    Jan 10, 2021 20:36
  • Review by SamG, 10 out of 10
    The Best Gets Better

    I’ve had the MX Anywhere 2 for a few years now and generally it’s been my favorite mobile mouse with my only real frustration with it being that it didn’t have a middle click. Logitech has always been my go-to for mice and keyboards and I had been hoping they’d release an MX Anywhere 3 ever since the MX Master 3 came out last year. Now that it’s here I can say that I’m extremely happy with almost everything they did with the new mouse. The design is a bit plain and that bums me out a little, but overall this is a really high quality mouse that earns its MX moniker.

    Addressing the major changes between the 3 and 2 (and also 2S), the design is the first thing I noticed. It’s a single color accented by the metal scroll wheel and much more rounded off compared to more angular looking two-tone Anywhere 2. I still like the look overall and it fits with the MX Master 3’s aesthetic, but I wish it had a little more personality. The Micro-USB port has been switched to USB-C, which is great. You can also middle click on the scroll wheel now (!!). The scroll wheel doesn’t tilt left and right for horizontal scrolling anymore, but if you hold down one of the side buttons and scroll you can still get this functionality. It’s a little clunky, but the option is there at least. You also get a higher resolution sensor from the 2 to the 3 (1200 DPI vs. 4000 DPI, though the 2S also had a 4000 DPI sensor). The overall size is about the same, maybe slightly more compact, but still just as comfortable.

    In my day-to-day I’m using the M720 Triathlon for work and the G703 Lightspeed on my personal PC. I immediately noticed the difference from switching from the M720. Tracking is super smooth and using the same USB receiver I haven’t noticed my mouse getting ‘stuck’ at all like my M720 sometimes does. The sensor is 4000 DPI and by default looks to be set at 1000, which felt about right for me. The scroll wheel automatically switches from a detented line-by-line scroll to free-wheeling based on how fast you spin it and this works really well (the sensitivity of it can also be adjusted in Logitech Options). You can also manually switch between detent and free wheel scrolling with the button above the wheel, but I never felt the need. The scroll wheel and general just feels really nice and I appreciate the metal material choice here. The mouse isn’t quite as comfortable on my hand as the M720 or G703, but for its size I think they did a good job with the ergonomics. The Logitech Options software also lets you load profiles that change the behavior of the mouse for different applications. In Chrome for example I noticed that clicking in on the scroll wheel and scrolling activates the zoom function, which is super handy. Other applications like Microsoft Teams repurpose the buttons near your thumb for audio/video control instead of forward/back. I’ve experienced these application-specific profiles on the Craft keyboard, but they feel much more thoughtful in Anywhere 3.

    Battery life is listed at 70 days, which is long enough to not ever really need to think about it. You can still pair with up to 3 devices via Bluetooth or Logitech’s USB receiver. I’ve been using Bluetooth on my laptop and the USB receiver on my work PC and both connections have been solid. Logitech also has a little trick in its software called Flow that lets you use the mouse across multiple PCs at the same time, which is handy for anyone working with multiple devices at the same time.

    I think Logitech nailed it again on this mouse and I’m happy to have something portable enough that I can really get some work done with.

    Sep 18, 2020 09:11
  • Review by Notsohappy, 8 out of 10
    Alittlehappier

    So far so good. Bought the mouse so I wouldn't keep smacking my fingers so hard on my Apple laptop. Saved me $15 buying this compared to the Apple mouse.

    Sep 11, 2021 10:22
  • Review by nhtechie, 10 out of 10
    Great feature update from the Anywhere 2

    TL;DR

    Pros:

    Compact, good for travel

    New scroll wheel interaction & customization

    Smoother, quieter scroll wheel from the MX Anywhere 2

    New Horizontal Scroll method *

    Program specific thumb button controls

    Custom scroll force

    Fast device select / switch

    Cons:

    Compact, maybe not the best if you have larger hands

    Charging color is always green

    New Horizontal Scroll method *

    Program specific thumb button controls need to be installed

    * = both a Pro & Con

    Long Story:

    I’m a Logi fan, but we did have our times with low quality; I’m glad to say that things have been great for a while now. I currently run their GPro line of gaming headset, mouse & keyboard. For work, it’s the MX keys, MX Master 2S (M2S / of which I own 2 of them), MX Anywhere 2 (MXA2 / when using the laptop without a dock) and now the MX Anywhere 3 (MXA3 is how I’ll refer to it now).

    Pros:

    First impressions were good. Decent packaging, but beware - open it the right way, or it’ll fall right out as it’s only resting in the box. It’s just about the same size as the MXA2

    The Logitech Options software is easy to use and the mouse pairs to Windows 10 systems easily with Bluetooth LE.

    Right away, the scroll wheel on ratcheting mode, is so much quieter and smoother; the MXA2 required you to push down on the scroll wheel to get into free scroll mode, while the M2S had a button behind the wheel for that. The MXA3 now has the button that the M2S has and it’s great! I’m very glad they went this route, over the ‘desktop view’ that they had on the MXA2

    With the MXA2, you could tilt the scroll wheel left/right to scroll to the left/right … that was OK. With the MXA3, you hold a thumb button while you scroll up/down instead. A change that will take some getting used to. Another new feature is that the thumb buttons can be customized for different programs and has presets that are available for download INTO the Options software - which is a little ‘meh.’

    Flinging the scroll wheel in ratcheting mode will go to free scroll after some force or a certain number of revolutions. You can now customize how quickly it breaks free, which is nice; I prefer it to ratchet longer (more to the left on the scroll config scroll bar).

    Lastly, this has the common ability to pair up via the Unifying Controller to three different devices. The other mice are slow to switch, but the MXA3 is fast to move the light to the next spot.

    Cons:

    Moving to this from the M2S was a challenge. I felt like my hand was bent up as the other one was much larger and had a thumb rest.

    Just like the MXA2, the charging color is green; it blinks when charging and solid when full. It might make sense to have it as amber until it’s almost full then go to blinking green / solid green.

    As much as the new horizontal scroll feature might be a Pro, it’s also a bit of a con. My thumb doesn’t always find the button properly and can make unnecessary clicks.

    Overall - the Options software is fine and does open up the customization capabilities of this mouse.

    Do I recommend it? Absolutely. This will be a great addition to my daily work and will be quite happy as my on-the-road mouse.

    Sep 16, 2020 15:49
  • Review by Athomeworking, 10 out of 10
    A great mouse!

    A great little mouse. I have the Mx 3 master and it's my favorite mouse to work with. Mx anywhere 3 is easily my second favorite. The only thing I miss is the side scrolling wheel.

    Dec 26, 2020 18:54
  • Review by Rafo, 10 out of 10
    Well done Logitech

    I love it! it’s a very good and responsive mouse builds in a good quality

    Mar 08, 2021 13:42
  • 9.6score
    Logitech - G PRO X SUPERLIGHT Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 25K Sensor - Black
    Description

    Enjoy smooth glides when gaming with this wireless Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT mouse. The HERO sensor ensures precise and consistent control, while the lightweight design is easy on the hands, helping reduce fatigue over long use sessions. This Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT mouse boasts a high-precision 25,600 dpi optical sensor for accurate pixel tracking and quick response.

    10 Features
  • Precise scroll wheel: Ensures a high level of performance.
  • 25K HERO sensor: Allows for incredibly precise, fast, and consistent control with up to 25,600 dpi resolution.
  • Large, zero-additive PTFE feet: Deliver a smooth glide for a pure, fluid connection with the game.
  • Lightspeed technology: Ensures fast and reliable work.
  • Esports-ready: Meticulously designed in collaboration with many of the world's famous esports pros.
  • High-definition optical technology: LED lights scan the surface beneath the mouse to detect movement with a fair amount of accuracy, suitable for advanced gaming.
  • Hyper-minimal design: Provides an ultra-lightweight construction at under 2.2 oz.
  • Compatible with most Windows and Mac computers: Works across a wide array of computers.
  • Wireless connection: This mouse connects to your computer using a wireless radio frequency USB receiver.
  • Five-button design: Click comfortably and use it through games with ease.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by SirGalahad, 10 out of 10
    The Best Mouse On The Market.

    You can find me full review of this product here: (https://youtu.be/d1FULCx34lY)

    DIFFERENCES BETWEEN IT AND THE ORIGINAL G PRO WIRELESS:

    I’ll be referring to the G Pro X Superlight as the Superlight for simplicity. It is now less than 63 grams which makes it the lightest WIRELESS gaming mouse on the market. It also comes in lighter than most WIRED gaming mice. Many users are actually finding their mouse weighs less than 63 grams with some going into the upper 50’s. Mine was 59 grams. Crazy talk I tell you. They accomplished this by removing the right-side buttons, the DPI button on the bottom of the mouse, and the RGB which was replaced by a grey G Logo. If you squint real hard you can pretend it’s a grey light. There is a single LED indicator that turns on when you power the mouse on, then shows you what DPI you are on, and last when your battery is low it will blink. Along with a bunch of other stuff that you can’t see going on under the hood.

    The side clicks feel a bit different as well. As they removed the modularity of it. Overall, button placement is ideal and works for a plethora of different grips. They stick out well, are easy to find, require light amount of actuation, with moderate to long travel making them feel mushy, with a solid click at the end.

    The Superlight’s scroll wheel has now stepped into a new dimension and is two toned. Groundbreaking I know. But please hold your applause. Otherwise, it appears to be the nearly the same and continues to be one of my favorite scroll wheels of all time. I have noticed that my Superlight feels a lot tighter. Middle mouse button also requires a lot less force to actuate now with a defined click that is about a quarter as loud. Again, this could be due to variance. The scroll wheel has very definitive steps, is tight, and requires moderate pressure to actuate with a very crisp click. It’s brilliant I tell you. Brilliant!

    Moving onto the big-ticket item outside of the weight, the clicks themselves. One of my biggest concerns, along with many others was if the Superlight would also suffer from double clicking. I’ve heard through the grapevine that they are now using 20 million Omron switches instead of their previous 50 million Omron’s. They have also made some other changes under the hood for the Superlight to cut weight which should hopefully also help with this. Why Logitech hasn’t made a big deal about being transparent with improving the clicks I don’t know. Which makes me think they haven’t done anything as why stay quiet about it?

    I personally notice a huge difference with these new clicks. The Superlight clicks are now about twice as loud and have stronger spring back force which leads to an incredibly crisp click. Seriously they feel great. However, it appears that the very light actuation force with very low pre-travel of the G Pro has now turned into slightly heaver actuation force with slightly longer pre-travel followed by the same long post-travel. They still use the mechanical tensioning system so each click is very consistent as is left/right click variance. I continue to love these clicks and they are still one of my favorites.

    They have finally upgraded their PTFE feet to no additive PTFE and they are substantially larger. The puck also comes with more PTFE if you want to get really crazy. Last, even though they removed the powerplay magnets it still supports it. I much prefer these as they glide wonderfully.

    The weight of the Superlight is now balanced.

    I think they added a new coating. As the Superlight feels a lot less slippery in my hand along with having more of a matte finish that feels slightly rubbery.

    It still has the best on/off switch of any wireless gaming mouse I’ve tried. Making it incredibly easy to toggle. It shows blue when on and red when off.

    It only supports 1 on-board profile. It also comes with grip tape. For those of you who just can’t seem to hold onto your mouse. It’s okay you can just admit that your aim leaves a lot to be desired over issues with your mouse.;)

    It continues to use a Micro USB. As it is lighter and takes up less room. Which is a bummer as I would have preferred to see USB C. It still comes with a dongle and a plastic cord. Which is also disappointing in the era of paracords. Thankfully the rubber cord is very malleable but still no where near as premium as what other mice now offer. Thankfully, battery life on this guy is tremendous at 70 hours. Which seems pretty darn accurate and may even be a bit low as I’ve been using it for four days now and I’m only at 91 percent. So, if every once in a while you remember to plug in your mouse to charge you shouldn’t have to worry about it.

    SUMMARY OF IMPROVEMENTS/DIFFERENCES:

    The Superlight is now <63 grams from 80 grams. Mine is 60 grams. The puck now weighs 1 gram compared to 2 grams. The weight is now balanced instead of back heavy. The side clicks have been removed from the right side and are no longer modular. Which makes them feel a bit mushier as there is more give but still provide a crisp click. Scroll wheel is two toned, tighter with more defined steps, requires less actuation force, and is less loud. Clicks are now 50 mil Omron from 20 Mil, are twice as loud, feel crisper due to increased spring back force, require slightly more actuation force with slightly more pre-travel with the same post travel. It has upgraded PTFE feet that also take up more surface area. Battery life has improved at a minimum of 60 hours to 70 hours. It uses the same HERO sensor. It has a new coating that is gripper, and it comes with grip tape. It only supports 1 on-board profile from 5. There is no RGB. It still uses Micro USB and comes with an old-school cable. Overall, if you enjoy the G Pro Wireless this would be a worthy upgrade in my opinion as my G Pro Wireless is now dead to me. You heathen get out of my sight. Take your RGB lighting and modularity and find a new home. Just kidding please don’t make me sleep on the couch.

    CONCLUSION:

    No surprise here. This is a fantastic mouse. The small improvements they have made are very welcome to me. And if you are trying to get the most out of your mouse this is one you should consider. As I found it to be an upgrade over my previous mice.

    Dec 20, 2020 15:19
  • Review by optimummind, 10 out of 10
    Superb & lightweight.

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    *Pros:

    -Very, very light.

    -Clickity, responsive, & reliable buttons.

    -Scroll wheel has right-on resistance and it's easy to modulate.

    -Ergonomic and comfortable.

    -Fantastic dpi range, up to 25,600!

    -Long battery life.

    -Logitech G Hub software is intuitively laid out and easy to use.

    -Has a stow-away compartment underneath for the USB-A receiver dongle.

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    *Neutral:

    -Very expensive for a mouse.

    -Have to open the G Hub app to change the DPI setting.

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    *Cons:

    -None

    Although I'm not a pro gamer but a moderate PC gamer, I still appreciate the Logitech G Pro X Superlight very much. Just like its name says, the mouse is super, super light and it felt like an empty and hollowed-out dummy unit for customer display when I first picked it up. It's the lightest mouse I've ever laid my hands on and it took me a little while to get used to its surreal lightness. That's not to say, however, that the mouse feels cheap. Due to Logitech's excellent design, the mouse cups underneath my hand like a second skin, feeling very ergonomic and comfortable.

    For the type of games I play, which are mostly FPS and third-person action RPGs, the number of buttons provided proved adequate and satisfactory. MMO players, on the other hand, might wish for more. The left and right-click buttons, as well as the two left-side buttons all worked just fine. The scroll wheel, which has good resistance, performed well, with no over-, under- or laggy scrolling. It's tuned perfectly out-of-the-box and I have no complaints.

    I'm already familiar with Logitech's G Hub software and I'm glad the company is keeping the design and navigation within it simple and elegant. There aren't many customization options for the G Pro X Superlight because it comes with a minimal number of buttons (five) and no LED light colors to change, which is fine by me. But it's in here that you can toggle among the various DPI settings. Thanks to the awesome HERO sensor, the dpi can be set as high as 25K! My reflexes aren't that good so I usually have it set way lower when playing slower-paced third-party action RPGs and I crank it up a bit for FPS games like Cyperpunk 2077. You'll have to play around with the dpi slider until you find the setting that is most comfortable and appropriate for your usage scenario.

    It's only when I'm not gaming and using the mouse for web browsing and productivity tasks that I wish there was at least one or two more programmable buttons - a dpi-changing button and a general-purpose button underneath the scroll wheel. On my other computer mice with more buttons, I usually set the button underneath the scroll wheel to launch a keyboard shortcut, such as CTRL + W (close tab). If I had a dedicated dpi-changing button, then I could be saving some time by not having to launch G Hub and setting a different dpi value. But all of this is really nitpicking and missing the point since the G Pro X Superlight is specifically tailored for hardcore and pro-level gamers.

    All in all, I'm more than pleased with the Superlight. It is feather-light, very ergonomic and perfectly suited for hours-long gaming sessions, ultra-precise and accurate, and has really long battery life. The price tag is quite high but I can definitely see this mouse being worth it for both serious and casual gamers alike. It's an absolute 5-star win!

    Dec 18, 2020 14:44
  • Review by Joshua, 10 out of 10
    Logitech G PRO X Superlight - Review

    Logitech G PRO X Superlight - Mouse Review.

    After some time out of stock, I finally got my hands on the G PRO Superlight. I've used it for 10 days now, and I wanted to write a review about it.

    I've been a heavy user of the Logitech G703, but I wanted a lighter, ambidextrous mouse. The shape of the G703 became a little bulky for me, as I moved away from the palmgrip, and aimed for more of a fingertip/claw grip.

    These are my thoughts on the different aspects of the mouse:

    Shape: This is the first ambidextrous mouse I've owned, and I love the shape! Although my first reaction to the shape was that it feels slim, because the sides of the mouse are very steep. My hands cramped a little after heavy use, as it takes some time to adjust.

    Weight: The weight is very well balanced, and the superlight weight really makes it easy to flick and move the mouse around fast. 60g really feels like a sweetspot.

    Glide: At first, the glide doesn't feel super smooth, but after about 4 hours of breaking them down, it's actually very impressive! Something to note is that the stock skates doesn't have rounded edges.

    Coating: The coating has a matte and smooth feel, but is a little slippery if your hands are very dry. After some minutes of use, it sticks well to the hand. The printed silver logo could have been better in my opinion. The "silver" colour looks cheap. I think the look of the mouse would've been even better if the logo was the same colour as the mouse, only with a glossy finish - would've been very minimalistic and clean.

    M1 & M2: The main clicks are very good. They're snappy, crisp and not too light to the touch. They have a little bit of pre and post travel, but it's not noticable during use. I've read complaints regarding sidewobble, and while it is true that the buttons have some slight sideplay when you really force it to show, I have never felt any of this during gameplay or regular use. I'm very satisfied with the clicks.

    Sidebuttons: The sidebuttons are probably the weakest point of the superlight. They are very soft, with alot of pre and post travel. The clicks don't give you enough feedback to the touch, which can cause confusion if you clicked or not (this applies when you have a headset on and can't hear the click itself). The sidebuttons on the Superlight can compare to the DPI button on the G703.

    Scrollwheel: The scrollwheel is good, though it's on the lighter side, with a light feedback. If you're looking for a firm scrollwheel with very obvious steps, this may not be it.

    Sensor: Solid perfomance, not had any issues.

    Buildquality: The build quality is superb, even for a 60g mouse! It's very solid, and has very little give to it when squeezing the sides. There is no noises when shaking or squeezing the mouse. Keep in mind as the mouse is only 60 grams, it will naturally "feel" cheaper, than a heavier mouse (as cheap things often are related with light weight, and vice versa).

    Battery: Superb batterylife! I've used it alot for 10 days, and it's at 60%.

    Price: 150$ is alot for a mouse, regardless of how good it is (this mouse costs 188$ in Norway). There is alot of good choices for a lot less. Though, if you really enjoy the G PRO ambidextrous shape, and want a lightweight mouse with great main clicks, good buildquality, probably the best sensor, and great batterylife, you will be satisfied with the Superlight.

    Jul 02, 2021 18:21
  • Review by YourMainDude, 10 out of 10
    THE Gaming Mouse for the 'super light' crowd

    The Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT nails it. I've never been a fan of extremely light gaming mice, but this one thoroughly changed my mind. What this mouse offers is everything essential. Ultra light weight, ultra smooth light-speed wireless and wired performance, no-compromise - gigantic feet/pads and solid build quality.

    Upon my unboxing, I was immediately taken by the shape & weight. There are going to be pundits who want more buttons, say for DPI switching and assignable actions, or others wanting more RGB bling ... or even others wanting better grip. I can see all those aspects being justifiable wants but would simply say, see other Logitech products for all of those things. The Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT is laser focused on performance, performance & performance.

    Straight away, I was impressed with the scroll wheel. The detent feedback is right where I like it and wish all Logi mice had this tactile response. This has to be the best scroll wheel design they've ever put out. Left & right button response is also short & quick. Never experienced any double clicks or ghosting.

    Another one of my favorite aspects of the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT is the massive and well positioned feet/pads. This is another one of those characteristics I wish was present on more Logitech mice. My previous go-to mouse is the Logi 903. And although I prefer the overall weight and features of the 903, the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT's glide on a hard surface is far superior. It reminds me a lot of D-Adder or Mamba (Elites) glide.

    The smooth, non-braided USB cable is also a big step up from the other Logi cable offerings. Big win!

    Since the features are focused, the options available in the Logitech G Hub software are minimal but everything essential is there and easy to customize.

    In terms of play-ability, I spent quite a few hours on MW2 Remastered, Quake Champions ... and even Quake II RTX... if you can believe that.

    The precision during intense battles and more controlled sniping is top shelf with the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT. I never felt hindered by either the wireless connection or being tethered by the smooth, USB cable. Firing off shots and controlling movement was intuitive and satisfying. I own the Powerplay charging pad and honestly, I prefer a touch more weight to my mouse - so it was easy to obtain that optimal feel by simply installing the charging disc from the Powerplay system. Adding that puck adds just the right about of additional weight to the bottom of the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT. I highly recommend this upgrade.

    Can't comment on battery life due to time constraints but the charging time is phenomenally fast... and if the approx. 70 hours of operational time is accurate, that's a big bonus in my mind.

    Pros:

    Only the essentials - no bling or extra buttons

    Perfect balance

    Super light without that honeycombed, open aperture design

    Outstanding glide on hard surfaces with massive feet/pads

    Slim and smooth jacketed USB cable

    Cons:

    Perhaps two additional buttons dedicated to quick, up & down DPI switching would be nice ... but I can't truly call that a Con. Most 'serious business' gamer types are set it & forget it folks. So I get it.

    And I can say I never felt the need for a dedicated sniper button.

    I'm most comfortable claw-gripping on the sides with my button fingers slightly raised, so for my medium sized hands this mouse has that perfect geometry for confident control in 1st person shooters . No significant learning curve experienced; everything felt totally natural from the get-go. YMMV

    Those looking for the ultimate in a super light gaming mouse that is built around all the critical essentials... this is it!

    Dec 17, 2020 14:52
  • Review by Thomas, 10 out of 10
    Basically Perfect Out Of The Box

    Would be basically perfect if it was cheaper, cant really fault the Pro X for anything. Build quality is very good, feels solid despite weighing nothing. Switches feel great, crisp with very little post travel. Skates are great, very fast, just need to break them in. Safe shape for all grip styles, even though its small I palm it without issue. Easy recommend to anyone looking for a wireless ultralight mouse. This mouse was clearly designed for esports games played on low sens, if you are gonna use it on anything higher than 1600dpi and or use a high in game sens, you aren't using it to its full potential. You don't need an ultralight mouse if you only need to move an inch for a 360.

    Shape 8/10

    Weight 10/10

    Sensor 10/10

    Switches and Scroll Wheel 10/10

    Skates 9/10

    Jun 25, 2021 19:30
  • Review by Kelby, 10 out of 10
    Best In Class Performance & Lightweight Design

    ---- Summary ----

    Verdict:

    Logitech proves that excellent performance and battery life can be housed in a sleek, lightweight design. If you’re looking for a premium gaming mouse with these aspects plus unwavering wireless connectivity and consistency, consider the Logitech G Pro X Superlight.

    Pros:

    - Very lightweight

    - Sturdy build quality

    - Comfortable to hold

    - Long battery life

    - Responsive and precise

    - Reliable wireless connectivity

    - Smooth glide

    - Simple setup

    Cons:

    - Not a truly ambidextrous design

    ---- Review ----

    Setup:

    Setup is as easy as one-two-three. Really, there are just three steps in the manual, which are to plug the charging cable, power on the mouse, and install Logitech G Hub on your computer. I appreciated the very quick and issue-free setup.

    Design:

    When I took the G Pro X Superlight out of the box, I couldn’t believe how lightweight it was. I immediately thought there must be batteries I needed to put in, but realized the rechargeable battery is already built-in. The word “superlight” in the name is no joke. Compared to the standard G Pro mouse, what you’re giving up for this astoundingly lightweight design is RGB lighting and buttons on the right side of the mouse. Although the shape is ambidextrous, the lack of buttons on the right side might make this mouse less attractive to those who are left-handed. Although I like RGB lighting, I think the substantial weight reduction is a worthy tradeoff for RGB, but that’s up to you to decide. Despite its lightweight, the structural integrity of the mouse isn’t compromised. There’s no flexing in the plastic outer shell, no rattling, and it feels sturdy, so I don’t doubt that it’ll withstand extended use. The Superlight has a sleek, no-frills design that still manages to look and feel like a premium mouse. Subtle touches like the white on the scroll wheel and the matte finish contribute to its tasteful look. Comfort is very important to me, and the Superlight delivers in that regard too. Its lightweight and large PTFE feet deliver a smooth and wrist fatigue-free experience, while the shape delivers comfort, even during long gaming or working sessions.

    Features:

    Settings are managed in the Logitech G Hub software (available for Windows or Mac OS). You can change DPI (the speed of your mouse on the screen), reassign buttons, and set up profiles for games/apps. It’s all pretty straightforward and convenient to have in one place. Included in the box are a few optional components like the rubberized skins for increased grip, a PTFE puck that can be swapped with the stock puck for increased PTFE feet surface area and less resistance, as well as a receiver extension adapter. These are in addition to the required components like the charging cable and wireless receiver. Though I currently don’t own the Logitech PowerPlay mat, it’s nice to know that can be used with the Superlight mouse.

    Performance:

    Whether I’m gaming or working, the responsiveness and precision of the G Pro X Superlight exceed my expectations, but where it shines is gaming. I’m a fan of first-person shooter games like Call of Duty, and the Superlight provides me with a precise aiming and shooting experience. Additionally, the wireless connection has been flawless. If I play badly, there’s no way I can blame it on this mouse. Battery life has exceeded my expectations as well. For such a lightweight mouse, I assumed that there’d be a small battery that wouldn’t last more than about 50 hours, but no, it provides an impressive 70 hours of battery life (in constant motion). Logitech proves that a lightweight design doesn’t have to compromise critical aspects like performance and battery life.

    Dec 17, 2020 14:50
  • Review by jadenvoo, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse, but a little pricey.

    Used a Model O Wired for the past almost 3 or 2 years and used a ziptie bungie. Moved to California almost 7 months ago and my mouse started disconnecting from my PC when I was playing games. Got this mouse hoping it would last a long time and so far, it’s feeing really good. Super light, never runs out of batter when I use it, and it feels more responsive than my old Model O Wired.

    Jun 04, 2021 15:30
  • Review by SibeSound, 10 out of 10
    Worthwhile upgrade from the original GPRO Wireless

    Coming from the G Pro Wireless(GPW), I didn't think the weight difference would be that substantial to justify it. I feel I was wrong. Tracking just feels easier with this compared to the original GPW. Moving it around in general feels easier, and I'm happy to have made the upgrade. I loved the GPW and the GWP Superlight just seems to have improved on what was in my opinion the best mouse on the market.

    Dec 25, 2020 16:22
  • 9.6score
    Logitech - M350 Pebble Wireless Optical Mouse with Quiet Click - Rose
    Description

    Own your space with Logitech Pebble M350 – a modern, slim, and silent portable mouse designed for your curated lifestyle. Make a statement with this slim mouse that can easily be scooped up and brought to the cafe or library. Silent clicking and scrolling means you can stay focused without disturbing those around you. And the Logitech Pebble stays powered for up to 18-months on a single AA battery so you don’t have to worry about losing power. Connect the Logitech Pebble the way you want – via either Bluetooth or the USB receiver. The high-precision optical tracking works on most surfaces.

    5 Features
  • Modern, slim and beautiful pebble shape: Logitech Pebble has stand-out simplicity with a design that is nice to hold, feels great in your hand and is easy to carry around.
  • Silent clicks and ultra-quiet scrolling: Enjoy the same click feel with over 90% noise reduction on the click sound.*
  • Dual connectivity: Connect the way you like via Bluetooth wireless technology or via the included tiny USB receiver.
  • Long battery life: Logitech Pebble stays powered for up to 18 months on a single AA battery*.
  • High-precision optical tracking: Logitech Pebble tracks fast and accurately where you want to use it.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by optimummind, 10 out of 10
    Stylish, light, and quiet

    === Summary ===

    Logitech is well-known for making great computer mice for various different categories and price points. For those who want lightness, quietness, long battery life, and a touch of playful style, the Pebble M350 is a great choice.

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    *Pros:

    -Small and stylish design.

    -Very light and slim.

    -Button operations are very quiet.

    -Accurate and tracks well.

    -Needs just one AA battery.

    -Comes with optional Bluetooth adapter underneath the top cover.

    -Top cover pops off easily and frustration-free.

    -Fast and easy Bluetooth pairing.

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    *Cons:

    -None

    === Design & Performance ===

    True to its name, the Pebble M350 has a smooth, curved, and rounded design that fits comfortably in the hand. Even after using it the whole day while working in front of a computer, I felt no hand fatigue or discomfort.

    It is also very light and easy to swipe around with despite carrying a USB Bluetooth adapter dongle underneath the top cover as well as a single AA battery.

    Mouse clicks are VERY quiet and responsive - perfect for quiet settings like a library or other places where you wouldn't want to be intrusive to others. The scroll wheel felt a bit stiff initially but after prolonged use, it did get loosened up.

    In terms of tracking over different types of surfaces, that was very satisfactory as well. Even with a modest 1,000 dots per inch sensitivity (my gaming mouse has 12,000 dpi), the Pebble worked perfectly fine on top of my white desk that has a thin sheet of glass on top.

    Instead of the boring gray color, I chose the pale pink tone and my wifey loves it! It goes well with her white HP Spectre 13 laptop.

    === Should you buy it? ===

    Yes! The Pebble M350 looks stylish and cute, button operations are super quiet, and it tracks accurately and well. It's also very portable and easy to pack thanks to its slim design and lightness. And thanks to that AA battery, it is one less device you have to remember to plug in to charge.

    Nov 23, 2019 20:07
  • Review by Mike, 10 out of 10
    An amazing product

    This is seriously about the best wireless mouse that I have ever used. From the moment I received my order, I fell in love. Easy opening packaging is something that never gets as much credit as it deserves, but it definitely makes an amazing first impression. Getting it out of the packaging took maybe 30 seconds. I tried it both using the included USB connector and by connecting directly to my laptop via bluetooth. I definitely preferred using the bluetooth, I didn't notice any difference in performance, but it didn't take up a USB port, so definitely a plus.

    Tech stuff aside, this is a really comfortable mouse, even for my big hands, and it is eerily quiet (I wish Best Buy let us upload video with reviews, because frankly, I doubted the claims of just how quiet it is).

    I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a wireless mouse to be used on their laptop.

    Nov 21, 2019 14:37
  • Review by pauldar, 10 out of 10
    The Quiet Mouse That Didn't Need To Roar

    This Logitech Pebble M350 Bluetooth Optical Mouse was a fun product to review in exchange for the actual product. Its unique design took me by surprise. I was immediately impressed how comfortably it fit into my hand. All the other mice I have ever used were much more elevated at the back and sloped deeply downwards towards the wheel and front. The Logitech Pebble is just slightly elevated at the back and gently sloped downwards toward the wheel and front. Placing my old mouse and the Pebble side by side, and using them for the same functions was very telling. Because of the more ergonomic fit the Pebble allowed me to move freely in unrestricted motion from the left or right, likewise from front to backwards.

    My main motivation for using a mouse over my laptop's trackpad was for freedom of movement and control. The majority of my computer activity is creating status and report documents and data entry into my specialized spreadsheets. A mouse over my trackpad has proven to be much more comfortable, accurate and efficient for me to use in my work. So, using the Logitech Pebble for the last three weeks has presented these advantages over my standard-styled mouse:

    * Design & Build – The Pebble is basically made of a rugged plastic material. I have dropped my Pebble several times and it suffered no damage. The top shell and bottom pieces are held together in place by tiny magnets. Both the AA battery and USB dongle are on-board in the bottom shell piece. The 'clicks' and scrolling are amazingly quiet as they can be. All the surface edges of the Pebble are gently rounded for use and appearance. I especially like the depressed scrolling wheel, which is housed in a depressed circle for accurate and speedy actions. It is user-friendly and makes it more comfortable to use my index finger for scrolling over longer periods of time.

    * Relaxed Fit – I have a large hand and the ergonomic build of the Pebble does not stress my hand even after hours of use. It is slimmer then my other mice, and allows my hand the agility to move about on any work surface I am using at the time.

    * Responsive & Time Saving – Because of its unique Pebble design I don't waste a lot of valuable time moving the mouse around to get the cursor exactly where I want to. The Pebble allows me to be so nimble I can move this mouse anywhere I need to with accurate tracking and pinpoint, optical quality. Point, click, and drag is accelerated using the Pebble. WooHoo!

    * Lightweight & Portable – The Pebble only weighs approximately 3.5 oz and even with the on-board AA battery it is effortless to move. Because of its natural fit there was no learning curve for my hand to get accustomed too. Although I am predominately right-handed, the Pebble also allows me to casually use my left hand when needed. It is only one inch high and conveniently slips into any space I can put my laptop into. Because of its thin profile I can even put the Pebble in my pocket with ease. YooHoo!

    * Long Battery Life – The Pebble uses a AA battery, which the manufacturer claims can last up to 18 months (depending on usage). There is an ON and OFF switch on the bottom of the mouse, which I turn OFF when traveling. However, a battery-saving feature is that this Pebble goes to 'sleep' when not in use. How cool is that?

    * Connection Options – The Pebble M350 is directly connected to my laptop through 2.4 GHz Bluetooth. I could also use the included, on-board, USB Dongle. I used the BT connection, because it frees up my laptop USB ports for an additional storage device and portable printer when I am on the road.

    * Set-Up - For Bluetooth connection this Pebble is quick and simple to set up. By depressing the BT button on the bottom of the mouse pairing was instant to my laptop. Did not use the USB dongle, but expect it is just as expedient. Yes the Pebble can be adjusted for personal preferences in your 'settings'.

    I honestly believe Logitech has hit upon the design of all future mice. Great fit, accurate, and fast. I highly recommend this Logitech M350 Pebble. It is inexpensive and is eye-opening how a slim and sleek BT mouse can make a difference in my/your everyday computer use.

    Dec 16, 2019 16:51
  • Review by VanessaH, 10 out of 10
    Perfect Home or Travel Mouse

    Great companion for my iPad Air 4. Love it! Fits very comfortably in my hand. Very lightweight and portable. Connects via UBS or bluetooth. Works perfectly every time!

    Aug 18, 2021 21:39
  • Review by rtbestbuy, 10 out of 10
    Perfect Mouse for a Laptop or Tablet

    The Logitech Pebble 350 really is the perfect mouse for a laptop or tablet, anything that is going to travel. It's a standard three button (two buttons and a center roller/button) moust that is on the small side, but not so small as to be unusable. It's very flat, not much thicker than my laptop) so it fits easily into a laptop case, pack or pocket without causing a bulge. It's bluetooth, so you don't have to have an open USB port for a cable or dongle. It does come with a dongle in the battery compartment just in case your device doesn't support bluetooth (see picture).

    The Pebble 350 worked perfectly with a couple of different Windows laptops and a Chromebook. Most importantly, there was no glitching or skipping that you sometimes see with wireless mice and it has worked on EVERY surface I've tried it on. It's quiet, almost clickless and feels good in the hand. The battery life is claimed to be 18 month on a single AA battery (obviously not tested). There is really everything to recommend this mouse.

    Nov 27, 2019 17:50
  • Review by Michelle, 10 out of 10
    Good quality

    Love this mouse! I got it for my Mac book air and it works perfectly

    Aug 06, 2021 15:54
  • Review by MistyE75, 10 out of 10
    Bluetooth mouse

    Live this mouse

    Purchased to go with MacBook Air

    I prefer physical mouse vs mousepad on MacBook Air

    Aug 17, 2021 08:40
  • Review by ZachG, 8 out of 10
    Good mouse, just a bit small

    I've been on the lookout for a portable mouse to toss in my bag and have been happy with most Logitech mice I've tried, so I was glad to give the Pebble a try.

    The most unique part of this mouse is its click mechanism - it's quiet and has the perfect amount of travel. I've never used a mouse quite like it, and it's a joy to use. The scrolling wheel is appropriately clicky as well - it's not too stiff to be annoying, and not too loose that it doesn't give enough feedback.

    My only criticism comes on its overall size. Granted, I have large hands, but it became a little uncomfortable to use after about 2 straight hours of use (my ring and pinky fingers end up resting on the table while I'm using it - see picture).

    If your use case is short bursts or if you've got normal-to-small-sized hands, the Pebble is rock solid. And even if you've got larger hands like me, it's still a great mouse that I'd have no problems recommending.

    Nov 22, 2019 15:56
  • 9.6score
    Logitech - Design Collection Wireless Optical Mouse with Nano Receiver - Blue Blush
    Description

    Customize your computer setup with this Logitech Color Collection wireless mouse. The compact size is perfect for use with laptops, and the tilting scroll wheel makes browsing your favorite websites simple. An 18-month battery life ensures dependable use throughout each workday. This Logitech Color Collection wireless mouse boasts Logitech Smooth Optical Tracking technology for precise operation and an ergonomic shape for enhanced comfort.

    6 Features
  • 12 month battery life: Click and scroll in style for up to 12 months on a single, pre-installed battery.
  • 10m wireless range: Responsive and secure link between mouse and receiver from up to 33 feet (10m) away.*
  • Logitech Unifying 2.4 GHz wireless connection: Wirelessly connects to the included Unifying nano-receiver, which plugs in to your computer's USB port and works across an array of Unifying-compatible wireless devices.
  • Logitech Smooth Optical Tracking technology: Improved LED light positioning makes this optical mouse more responsive and accurate.
  • Portable style that clicks: Comfortable enough to use for hours at the desk but portable enough to be carried in your handbag or to your next meeting.
  • Works across all operating systems: Universally compatible and work across Windows, Mac, Chrome OS and Linux.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by LadeJ, 10 out of 10
    Perfect Wireless “Must have”

    I was a little hesitant to get this for my work Surface Pro but it works flawlessly. My husband picked it out for me because my color is pink (survivor). I love my wireless mouse!!!! It fits my small hands perfectly and makes for a great travel buddy. It has rubber grip sides that’s a great touch (no pun intended). This is a must for anyone that appreciates adding a little happiness to your day!

    Nov 19, 2021 19:44
  • Review by Edgcast, 10 out of 10
    Logitech

    Very nice design, easy setup and very small mouse for to go

    Nov 15, 2021 18:34
  • Review by Valle, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse

    Sensitive mouse. I was about to return because I did not see a USB in package. I even went to a store & asked an associate. They couldn't tell me. I decided to open the cover 1 day & there it was.

    Works great. Came with battery.

    Dec 07, 2020 09:46
  • Review by WyldeBlue, 10 out of 10
    Small, stylish, seamless across Chrome & Windows

    We're longtime fans of all sorts of Logitech accessories--mice, trackballs, webcams, keyboards...we've run the gamut across many of Logitech's product lines and always come away happy and impressed. Thankfully, the same can be said here--this latest entry into the wireless compact mouse Design Collection (our second actually--that's the "Cosmic Play" pictured below next to the new "Chirpy Bird") is another winner!

    I typically wear an XL in men's gloves so the mouse feels pretty darned small (though still immanently usable) under my fingers. But for travel, it's positively perfect! The mouse stows neatly in a small laptop pouch or backpack pocket without taking up too much room, and yet it comes with everything you need onboard to get mousing no matter where you might be--the USB nano-receiver stores neatly under the battery cover when the mouse is not in use, and the battery itself will very likely last close to/more than the promised 12-month charge cycle as the batteries in all our other Logitech compact mice have EASILY gone several months or more without needing a change.

    Tracking performance is excellent and has proven ideal for mousing on the go--I have yet to run across a working surface that the mouse hasn't tracked well...I even used it directly on top of my covers and blankets when I had my laptop unfolded in bed for some home-office work or a bit of Netflix chilling while I was sick. Thankfully, the mouse easily and effortlessly serves double duty for both the Windows and Chrome operating systems. Installation was plug-and-play without any manual intervention (at all!) on both our Dell Windows 10 laptop and our Samsung Galaxy Chromebook--I just plugged in a low profile USB-C to USB-A dongle, plugged in the even lower-profile nano-receiver included with the mouse, and within seconds I was mousing without wires on either device. Even better, you don't need to install a huge, resource-hogging software client (or log into another app or program with an account of some kind) to get things working--nice!

    Mousing action is reassuringly solid--left and right clicks aren't hard or stiff, but they do register with a satisfying tactile 'click' rather than just a mushy and indistinct depression of the mouse button. Scrolling is also very easy with detents in the wheel mechanism offering enough haptic feedback and light resistance to aid in precision scrolling--you definitely won't feel like you're just free-spinning the mouse wheel without any fine control over the results on the screen. Overall, this mouse has delivered on everything promised and everything we expected--definitely recommended if the size (and graphic design) suits your needs!

    Jul 12, 2021 17:45
  • Review by Nishi, 10 out of 10
    Excellent

    The mouse is very good.It works perfectly.No issues at all.

    Aug 03, 2021 00:20
  • Review by LJGULF35, 10 out of 10
    Nice pattern for a mouse

    The pattern is a nice touch for a mouse. It performs perfectly as Logitech mice always do.

    Sep 05, 2020 11:23
  • Review by JuJu05, 10 out of 10
    Small hands little mouse

    This mouse lets my daughter scroll through different tabs while home schooling.

    Jan 08, 2021 19:24
  • Review by Xinth, 10 out of 10
    Pretty and functional

    I loved my mouse , it matches with my HP laptop.Very useful in my schoolwork.

    Nov 07, 2020 10:00
  • 9.6score
    Razer - Basilisk Ultimate Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse with HyperSpeed Technology and Charging Dock - Black
    Description

    Improve your aim with this Razer Basilisk wireless gaming mouse. HyperSpeed wireless technology minimizes latency, and the Focus+ optical sensor lets you aim precisely with a sensitivity of up to 20,000 dpi. This Razer Basilisk wireless gaming mouse lets you customize your control scheme by mapping macros and frequently used functions to the 11 programmable buttons.

    8 Features
  • HyperSpeed wireless technology: With extremely low latency and seamless frequency switching in the noisiest environments.
  • Razer Focus+ 20K optical sensor: Ensures that even the finest movement of your mouse is tracked, giving you an acute level of precision for game-winning headshots and highly elusive maneuvers.
  • Long battery life: For up to 70 hours of battery life.
  • Razer Chroma: Features 14 Razer Chroma lighting zones with 16.8 million colors, perfectly illuminating your gameplay. Each lighting zone can be individually programmed in Chroma Studio.
  • Razer optical mouse switch: Durable for up to 70 million clicks.
  • 11 programmable buttons: Assign macros and secondary functions for up to 11 programmable buttons, including the renowned multi-function paddle, to execute multiple moves quickly.
  • Customizable scroll wheel resistance: Adjust the scroll wheel resistance to your preference via a dial below the mouse.
  • Compatible with most Windows and Mac computers: Works across a wide array of computers.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Dweiss, 10 out of 10
    The Razer basilisk Ultimate!

    Don't hesitate to buy this mouse. I got this mouse for a steal. It was on sale for 80 bucks off. So, I had to jump on it. It is wireless, has 20k dpi (max) programmable buttons, and a bunch of awesome features. RGB lighting. A charger base that is magnetic and it has rgb lighting as well. It has a button, that you can install on the side of the mouse, that allows you to slow down the speed/sensitivity of your mouse, allowing for amazing precision (Very useful for fps games) so, if you like your gaming wireless, then you MUST buy this! Especially as an entry level mouse. Most definitely 5⭐

    Jun 18, 2021 19:17
  • Review by jrouse, 10 out of 10
    Huge Upgrade from Naga Pro

    I upgrade from a Naga Pro. What a huge difference. I was worried about giving up the 12 number buttons for the 3 buttons on the Basilisk Ultimate, but I actually like it better. I also love using profiles to switch between my gaming setup and regular desktop mousing. I have the buttons setup for Copy, Paste, and Back.

    Oct 31, 2021 15:13
  • Review by CaptainObvious, 10 out of 10
    Amazing Mouse!!!

    Easy Setup and No delay when playing FPS games like APEX/Valorant. Recommend buying Charging dock combo because the cable is very clunky and I'm not sure if the standalone mouse has the same cable, but if it does could be very inconvenient to use especially when charging.

    Oct 16, 2021 17:46
  • Review by AncientArcade, 10 out of 10
    Amazing!

    I love this thing! I bought it to replace my Logitech G502 Hero and it feels so much smoother and you can tell the switches are of higher quality. Would definitely recommend if you love the feel of the G502 but are looking for an upgrade.

    Jan 15, 2021 16:04
  • Review by Djmax, 8 out of 10
    Good service

    The first one no working, They refunded me and repurchased one. The second one works well. Good product rate is very poor. My friend bought the same problem.dock no working. But their service is good.

    Jun 14, 2021 17:49
  • Review by Raithed, 10 out of 10
    Razer mouse

    It's a very good mouse easy to use good features very light weight easy to travel with.delivery was very fast.

    Apr 02, 2021 18:59
  • Review by Evan, 10 out of 10
    Best wireless gaming mouse I’ve had

    The Razer basilisk ultimate has got to be the best mouse I’ve used. The razer hyper speed wireless connectivity provides extremely low latency and I don’t feel any inefficiency in my gaming. I know a lot of players are tried and trued to the wired gaming mouse but I can guarantee you’ll love and appreciate the wireless set up if you pick the basilisk ultimate.

    For design it’s super ergonomic and is comfortable to hold for long period of gaming. I have the mouse set to full rgb brightness and still get 20ish hours of game time on it. You can probably get even more if you set the rgb colors dimmer. And speaking of RGB you get 14 lighting zones that you can mess around with in razers refreshed synapse program. You can pick a few presets or get down and dirty in the advance lighting options to truly make it personalized to yourself. You can also make set profiles for the mouse too.

    The scroll wheel is also adjustable. You can change the resistance to your liking.

    And at the end of the day when your done appreciating the glory that is the razer basilisk, you can place that bad boy on it’s cool rgb charging dock stand. The charging dock uses a sticky almost rubber feet so it isn’t gunna go anywhere or tip over if you try putting the mouse on it. And thanks to razer synapse program you can have the RGB lighting match the mouse.

    All in all this is a great mouse that won’t upset you. It’s worth the money!

    Jun 24, 2020 16:31
  • Review by Christine, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse!!

    Love this mouse! It responds so quickly. I had a Logitech mouse before this one and this one is just so much quicker than my old one.

    May 14, 2021 16:14
  • 9.4score
    Apple - Magic Mouse
    Description

    Magic Mouse is wireless and rechargeable, with an optimized foot design that lets it glide smoothly across your desk.The Multi-Touch surface allows you to perform simple gestures such as swiping between web pages and scrolling through documents.

    8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by ReeseCreativeDesign, 10 out of 10
    Works great with proper mouse pad

    It works great with a precision mouse pad. It had problems with a memory foam mouse pad. I'm a graphic designer and use it all the time. It would freeze up and I kept thinking something was wrong with it until I finally put the new mouse pad on top of the foam one to keep the wrist rest. It definitely has increased productivity and speed. The double tap feature takes some getting used to but is worth it. Not having to buy batteries is great as well.

    Nov 06, 2021 00:24
  • Review by Squeakie, 10 out of 10
    My Wireless Mac Mouse

    Works well with my MAC . Easy to use , no wires to get tangled

    Oct 29, 2021 15:46
  • Review by JenT, 10 out of 10
    Includes swipe gestures!

    Bought this for my iPad mini 6. Picked this over other options due to the various gestures that work really well with Apple devices. I was using a logi mouse before this and this makes a huge difference. It is smooth, intuitive, and works a lot better with my iPad mini 6. Definitely keeping it. Pairing this with the MX Keys mini for Mac keyboard and it is a perfect combination. Looks great, feels great. If you have big hands, I could see how this may be a little small in size. I have smaller hands, so it fits perfectly. Highly recommended to pair with your Apple devices. The gestures just go hand in hand with the iPad - did not take long to learn.

    Oct 22, 2021 09:29
  • Review by LisaDawn73, 10 out of 10
    love it!

    The technology that went into this is amazing. I still am learning how to use it on controlling the window maneuvering of how to make it enlarged or scroll to the side, it's definitely nice, sleek, and fits nicely in the palm of the hand.

    Nov 05, 2021 18:36
  • Review by Jessica, 10 out of 10
    Happy with purchase

    Already have one for my iMac but decided to get another one for MacBook and glad i did. Don’t have to worry about switching back and forth. The battery lasts a long time. Haven’t needed to charge since I bought it over a month ago. Very happy with my purchase.

    Nov 02, 2021 20:51
  • Review by Sabrina, 8 out of 10
    Good mouse

    Overall I feel it is a good mouse. I actually don't use it much because I like the mouse pad better. I usually do not like mouse pads on laptops but I like the mouse pad on the Apple computer. I may not have purchased had I used the mouse pad prior to buying this.

    Oct 15, 2021 15:48
  • Review by Jimejams, 10 out of 10
    Apple mouse works the best with apple products

    I boought a generic mouse at first and it quit paring. The mouse synced right up and works amazing! Apple definitely makes their asscesories for their own products. I recommend going with genuine apple.

    Nov 08, 2021 10:02
  • Review by Josiah, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse

    Much better than the Bluetooth on the MX3 master for Mac. The MX3 once in a while would jitter and stutter a lot. The Magic Mouse does not have this issue even though they are both Bluetooth. This makes this mouse way better for my MacBook Pro.

    Oct 18, 2021 00:09
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - M720 Triathlon Wireless Optical Mouse - Black
    Description

    Switch between devices without swapping your mouse by using this Logitech Triathlon multi-device mouse. Pair it with up to three computers or tablets via Bluetooth or a Logitech Unifying Receiver and toggle to each one individually with the Easy-Switch technology. A responsive scroll wheel and customizable software make using this Logitech Triathlon multi-device mouse easy.

    7 Features
  • Logitech Advanced Optical Tracking technology: Improved LED light positioning makes this optical mouse more responsive and accurate.
  • Logitech Flow technology: Seamlessly control up to three computers with one mouse and copy-paste text, images and files between them (Mac and Windows PC only).
  • Wirelessly connects to your computer with Bluetooth: This mouse connects to your computer without using wires or taking up a USB port.
  • 8 buttons: Provide access to frequently used commands and functions for powerful control.
  • Scroll wheel: Enables smooth, fast movement.
  • Maximum of 1000 dpi: Lets you find the perfect sensitivity.
  • Compatible with most Windows and Mac computers: Works across a wide array of computers.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Keola, 10 out of 10
    Great MX Master alternative

    Originally bought two MX Master 3’s for my wife and I, as it’s considered the best productivity mouse available. She’s a Project Manager and therefore a mouse-jockey big time. However, my wife has relatively smaller hands and she felt it was a bit too large. So we went back to Best Buy and tried out other mice they had available. She preferred the fit of this Triathlon mouse. It still has the ergonomic shape with the thumb rest, just not as pronounced as on the MX3. It’s lighter and more maneuverable for her. Overall, she’s happy with it.

    Sep 25, 2021 10:01
  • Review by ODH3, 10 out of 10
    My new favorite mouse

    I'm a Designer/coder who also does vector illustration using a mouse, and in recent years I've preferred a higher-end wired Gaming Mouse (Logitech G600).. but with multiple machines to access regularly, it was a pain to have multiple devices. This triathlon is awesome, highly customizable, and actually feels better than my previous wired mouse. Battery life is just amazing too.

    Jun 07, 2019 16:17
  • Review by CoffeeHound, 10 out of 10
    Great Ouse if you use t in your right hand

    Logitech - M720 Triathlon Wireless Optical Mouse - Black

    This has been a great mouse for me for the last few years. I have used this mouse on several different computers and it pairs easily. There are 3 different channels and you can set up a different channel for different computers.

    One drawback - this mouse is practically unusable for lefthanders. I am left handed but I use a mouse with my right hand. I bought one for my left handed wife - that didn’t work out so good.

    Jun 04, 2021 16:16
  • Review by Bossofone, 10 out of 10
    Really good wireless mouse.

    Best mouse I have ever owned. The fact that it does not need the little adapter is great. Frees up a usb port on my laptop for other devices. Connects to computer without any problems.

    Feb 01, 2019 21:00
  • Review by Sammz111, 10 out of 10
    Love anything Logitech

    Never have a complaint about anything Logitech. Plugged in the receiver and instantly connected. Great mouse with a few extra buttons on the side to assign for games.

    Jul 30, 2021 15:59
  • Review by brirus, 10 out of 10
    Mouse that fits like a Glove

    I LOVE Logitech! This mouse is contoured so well to fit any users hands, small or large. I Love the ability to pair the mouse to 3 separate devices and swith inbetween each at a click of a button. So convenient and less clutter. Great job! Buy this Mouse!

    Apr 06, 2021 22:18
  • Review by Ekitilomo, 10 out of 10
    Great Mouse

    I love this mouse. I hooked it up without using the Bluetooth adaptor. It’s currently working with 2 laptops (a Mac & a Windows system).

    Jan 01, 2021 16:01
  • Review by shaz, 10 out of 10
    Best mouse purchase

    This is literally the best mouse I have ever owned. The grip feels so natural alomost the part of the hand. It can conncet to three devices and perfect for my multi-OS setup. I would highly recommned it to buy if you are in the market for a great mouse.

    Feb 05, 2021 16:40
  • 9.4score
    Razer - Pro Click: Designed with Humanscale Wireless Mouse - Mercury
    Description

    With so much of your day spent working with a mouse, why compromise on its quality? Teaming up with Humanscale, we’ve combined expertise to design an office mouse with improved ergonomic comfort and pro-grade precision—for high-performance productivity that redefines the way you work.

    6 Features
  • Ergonomic form factor for all-day comfort at work: Engineered by top ergonomics scientists and designers, its added palm support prevents your wrist from anchoring onto work surfaces, alleviating strain and promoting better arm posture.
  • Razer 5G Advanced Optical Sensor for cutting-edge precision: Its 16,000 DPI sensor ensures even the finest movement of your mouse is tracked, giving you an acute level of precision that maximizes your productivity and efficiency at work.
  • Multi-Host Connectivity For Up To 4 Devices for convenient multi-tasking: Pair up to 4 devices and conveniently switch between your desktop, laptop, Android tablet or TV screen with just one click, without the constant need to pair and unpair.
  • 8 programmable buttons for efficient, extended controls: Power users, now you can work faster and smarter by assigning macros and secondary functions to any of the 8 independently programmable buttons.
  • Extended Battery Life of up to 400 hours to power through long hours of work: Work without worry. The battery lasts up to 400 hours when connected via Bluetooth, and up to 200 hours when connected via 2.4GHz wireless, allowing you to power through long hours of work.
  • Durable for up to 50 Million Clicks for greater reliability: Designed as the ultimate go-to mouse for productivity, the switches in the Razer™ Pro Click are durable for up to 50 million clicks, combining performance with longevity.
  • 7 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Bridget, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse

    This mouse is amazing and changed my life! It's so nice not having to have two mice on my desk that just causes clutter. The mouse instantly changes from my personal PC (bluetooth) to my work PC (USB) with no stress. highly recommend.

    Jun 02, 2021 15:27
  • Review by Bikku, 10 out of 10
    Light weight, looks great, good control.

    Very lightweight and high-end aesthetic design. Suitable for medium-sized hand

    Nov 08, 2020 23:11
  • Review by Eric, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse that’s worth the price

    Just a great mouse, switches between devices instantly and very smooth

    Jun 13, 2021 12:13
  • Review by dyleone, 10 out of 10
    3 mouses in one

    Mousing around two laptops, and window and apple, with this mouse, is just amazing. Bring it close to which one you work with, and that is it.

    Oct 24, 2020 10:08
  • Review by Nandor, 6 out of 10
    Razer Synapse doesn’t work on the lates IOS for Ma

    I really wanted to live this mouse. I do love Razer products, but I just don’t understand how they can not upgarde their app so it can be used in the latest Ios operating system.

    After I got the mouse I realized that the Razer Synapse driver doesn’t recognize my mouse.

    Their customer service said that the newest Razer Synapse 3.0 driver is only available for Windows and they don’t know when they will have it for Mac. Really?

    That is unacceptable from a big comlany like Razer...

    Apr 09, 2021 22:08
  • Review by Joe127, 10 out of 10
    Razer without looking razer??

    Light and comfortable. Nice color too. I just wish it used a usb-c cable to charge like the keyboard

    Oct 29, 2020 23:48
  • Review by Great, 10 out of 10
    Awesome mouse

    This mouse is awesome, comfortable, and so smooth. Highly recommend.

    May 24, 2021 22:23
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - M510 Wireless Laser Mouse - Silver/Black
    Description

    Quickly input commands with this Logitech M510 910-001822 mouse that features laser technology for precision tracking on most surfaces. The Logitech unifying receiver allows simple wireless connectivity.

    6 Features
  • Laser technology: Enables smooth, ultrafast tracking on most surfaces.
  • Smart sleep mode: Along with an on/off switch helps conserve power, resulting in up to 2 years of battery life. An indicator light lets you know when it's time to replace the batteries.
  • Side-to-side scrolling and back/forward buttons: Make navigation simple. The zoom function lets you magnify images (requires Logitech SetPoint software for Windows or Logitech Control Center software for Mac OS X; download required).
  • Contoured design: With soft side grips helps ensure comfortable left- or right-handed use.
  • Programmable controls: Allow quick access to frequently used commands.
  • Logitech unifying receiver: Lets you wirelessly connect the mouse to your compatible PC or Mac computer.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by DelphineNYC, 10 out of 10
    Best mouse ever!

    I wanted a mouse to work faster and something really precise especially because I often work on Photoshop. I'm not disappointed. This mouse is the best mouse I've ever had in my entire life. Really fast and the 2 buttons on the left help you while surfing on the internet. I can work hours without feeling any pain in the hand or the arm like I had with my previous mouse.

    I bought the red one to work for my company and the grey for my own project.

    I recommend this product!

    Dec 25, 2020 17:43
  • Review by Pasquale, 10 out of 10
    Works flawlessly.

    Logitech - M510 Wireless Laser Mouse - Review:

    It is adjustable via the 'ELAN' Pointing Device software on my laptop. The battery has been in use for MONTHS ... even though I often forget to turn the mouse off - my bad. I have a long cpu bench and the mouse is often 2-3 feet away from the receiver without any 'signal' problem.

    VERY Satisfied with this product.

    Jul 28, 2017 07:09
  • Review by Redgeorge, 8 out of 10
    My favorite mouse

    I now own three of these. This is the perfect mouse for me both functionally and ergonomically. I use computers (laptops and desktops) at work and at home. I travel with my laptop and use it at multiple locations at work with and without docking stations. I hate having to make my mouse mobile as well. I keep a mouse at each location and with this model I can associate multiple mice using only one mini unifying USB receiver. Also, I used to get what I call severe mouse hand pain. With this mouse and a good wrist support mouse pad there is no more pain.

    Aug 05, 2015 14:25
  • Review by Vedran, 10 out of 10
    Can't go wrong with logitech

    I bought this for my Mac mini to use. Works like a charm right out of the box. It is a bit smaller than my daily driver on my video editing rig, the logitech G602 gaming mouse, just not as many buttons on it. Overall, happy customer.

    May 12, 2020 20:01
  • Review by DJTyme, 10 out of 10
    Flawless mouse for my work laptop

    I use this mouse every time I'm on my laptop at work and it works like a charm. It uses a USB connection with its battery. I love its sleek design and it works as advertised. Best for right handed people.

    Apr 20, 2020 16:08
  • Review by DotDot, 10 out of 10
    Dot Dot

    I love this mouse it works very well w/ my Mac air and my Keyboard.....I searched and searched for the perfect mouse that was not to bulky or to small for my hand and not to expensive and this mouse checked off for all three....I do recommend and will buy again if need to...

    Jan 01, 2021 16:09
  • Review by Andy27, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse with excellent added features

    This mouse is a good buy, what likes me the most is the roller ball has the feature of speeding up when looking at long list of things, increase speed means better productivity. Will recommend.

    Jun 18, 2019 16:40
  • Review by Reno, 10 out of 10
    Best all around mouse

    I have a few to choose from. Ut i feel i got the tight one, the usb plug stores inside the mouse so you dont lose it and it controls well on the screen, also use for my projector.

    May 27, 2020 15:39
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - M325 Wireless Optical Mouse - Silver
    Description

    Logitech M325 Wireless Mouse: This mouse's scroll wheel is ribbed, and the round, contoured body comes with rubber grips, so it's comfortable to use with your left or right hand.

    4 Features
  • Logitech Advanced Optical Tracking technology: Improved LED light positioning makes this optical mouse more responsive and accurate.
  • Logitech Advanced 2.4GHz wireless connection: Wirelessly connects to the included Unifying nano-receiver, which plugs in to your computer's USB port and works across an array of Unifying-compatible wireless devices.
  • 5-button design, including the scroll wheel's tilt function: The scroll wheel is ribbed for extra grip and includes a tilt function to go back or forward while surfing the Web.*
  • Contoured build: Ambidextrous, contoured shape with rubber grips, so this mouse can be used comfortably whether you're right- or left-handed.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Rexman71, 10 out of 10
    Takes a washing and comes back for more

    I’ve had a couple of different mice brands thru the years, mostly Logitech, but also a couple of the MS variety too. They all work well, but this one seems slightly more ergonomic to me, and it’s sleep mode seems to do a great job with battery life. The thing that really sold me though was a recent experience I had with my 3 year old blue one. I moved my laptop downstairs and put the mouse in my fleece jacket pocket. I forgot about it and a couple days later washed the jacket. Transferring clothes from the washer to the dryer, there was my favorite blue Logitech mouse. It was scuffed up, the battery cover was laying a couple inches away and the battery was under some other clothes. I thought it was done but set it on the counter and let it dry for a couple of days. Got a fresh battery and to my surprise, it still works. Can’t beat that. You can see the scuffs and some scratches in the pic, but still works great.

    May 28, 2018 10:49
  • Review by Izzy420, 10 out of 10
    Logitech mouse

    Logitech is a very good brand despite the fact that it’s on the cheaper side don’t let that fool you, I would buy this mouse 1000 times but I don’t need to because it continues to perform amazingly.

    Sep 07, 2021 23:25
  • Review by RJAllinonePaviliondeskto, 10 out of 10
    Wireless mouse

    What a very good inexpensive wireless mouse. This mouse is by Logitech and for the price you get a pretty color and easy to use while your browsing. If you don’t have a mouse and need one this is a good choice to pick.

    Jul 08, 2021 09:50
  • Review by infinityShopper, 10 out of 10
    Fantastic little mouse

    Excellent mouse, like all Logitech mice this one is well-made feels good in the hands, and moves very smoothly. I use it with my 2015 iMac and it connected right away using the included usb receiver. I love the small size and how the scrolling wheel feels.

    Dec 19, 2020 14:55
  • Review by Love, 10 out of 10
    Great Mouse

    Love it..and I didn't have to pay over $100 for an Apple mouse

    Feb 19, 2021 16:22
  • Review by jusme, 10 out of 10
    Ms. Mouse

    The mouse is great it does exactly what it is suppose to do.

    Feb 17, 2021 21:04
  • Review by Betzhy24, 10 out of 10
    Excellent for my hands

    I lost the usb to my last wireless mouse and decided to buy the same one. I love that it fits snuggly in my hands.

    Oct 09, 2020 16:02
  • Review by rahnbishop, 10 out of 10
    Really nice mouse

    It’s a great little mouse works great for me no problems

    Apr 21, 2021 13:07
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - M330 SILENT PLUS Wireless Optical Mouse with USB Nano Receiver - Black
    Description

    With the same click feel and over 90% noise reduction compared to classic mice, M330 SILENT PLUS offers a quiet experience for yourself and those around you. It has a long-lasting up to 24-month battery life with auto-sleep and a powerful up to 10-meter wireless range. Plus, it’s designed with contoured grips made of soft rubber for total comfort. Just plug the tiny USB receiver and it works with Windows, Mac, Chrome OS or Linux. Finally, the Logitech Advanced Optical Tracking guarantees smooth and precise moves on almost any surface.

    6 Features
  • Quieter click: Logitech’s SilentTouch Technology reduces over 90% of clicking sounds while ensuring top performance, meaning you can feel every single click but hear virtually nothing.¹
  • Crafted for comfort: With contoured grips made of soft rubber, the noiseless M330 SILENT PLUS mouse is built to give great comfort to right-handed users.
  • Long battery life: This cordless mouse has up to 24-month battery life, and automatically switches to sleep mode when not in use, allowing you to focus on your work without the hassle of changing batteries.²
  • Advanced optical tracking: With a wireless range of up to 33 ft, this quiet computer mouse provides high-performance precision and smart cursor control on most surfaces.³
  • Plug and Play: Plug the USB mini-receiver into your Windows, Mac, Chrome, OS, or Linux computer and forget about it; you can even add more compatible wireless devices without using multiple USB ports.
  • Compatible with most Chromebook: This product is tested and certified as Works With Chromebook, which means it meets Google’s compatibility standards and works seamlessly with your Chromebook.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by luigi7, 10 out of 10
    Silent mouse

    Good for streaming or meeting, I can hear a little bit but its okay

    Sep 22, 2021 11:05
  • Review by CyFair05, 10 out of 10
    Very good mouse Logitech wireless

    Very good product, works very well and great price

    Dec 07, 2020 10:25
  • Review by Sc380, 10 out of 10
    Love this mouse!

    Being a frugal person, I don't like spending money on unnecessary things. However, this mouse is joy a to use. I love the soft, "silent" click. It fits so well in the hand and is very comfortable to use. Only 2 things would make it perfect.

    1) A unifying receiver. The USB receiver that comes with this device can only connect to this device it seems. It cannot connect to multiple logitech devices, like the unifying receivers can. This is important if you have both a wireless keyboard and mouse from logitech and only want to use 1 USB receiver. However, this mouse can also connect to a logitech unifying receiver if you have one. Beware that if you first connect it to another USB receiver (some as the unifying type) and then want to connect it to the USB receiver that comes with it, you must then download the logitech connectivity software to establish the connection to this mouse. It is simple to find the software online by searching for it, but I had expected it to be a little more simple I guess.

    2) It would be great if it had the ability to switch between different computers, but it does not.

    For the above reasons, I am getting a different mouse for work, but this mouse will do for home use.

    Aug 08, 2020 22:53
  • Review by NonTech, 10 out of 10
    A smooth move

    I love my quiet wireless mouse. Its extremely easy to set up and use and its everytbing it claims to be...quiet. i have a touchscreen computer, but using this mouse allows for much quicker movements in a document. After careful research, I'm So glad I chose this.

    I paid a bit more than I would have for just a basic wired mouse, obviously, but the price was not unreasonable for this standard sized (not micro) wireless mouse. I would purchase it again.

    Oct 23, 2021 13:57
  • Review by Computer, 10 out of 10
    Mouse

    This mouse surprise me! It’s very comfortable for the hand, fit perfect. And I love that is sil3t, you still can her just a little bit but 10x better than normal mouses

    Jan 31, 2021 16:10
  • Review by Kmnguyen0904, 10 out of 10
    Logitech does it again for outstanding products

    I really like this mouse. Probably the best mouse I ever owned by Logitech. Very comfortable and lives up to the "silent" part.

    Nov 08, 2021 09:05
  • Review by stark1023, 10 out of 10
    Silence is golden

    This might be the best mouse I've ever purchased. It's simple and you could probably hear a pin drop before you hear the click sounds on this.

    Nov 01, 2021 18:54
  • Review by Garnet, 10 out of 10
    Silent clicker

    If you're looking for a silent clicker, this is one of the best there is. It's easy and comfortable to use too. :)

    Nov 05, 2021 16:02
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - G502 Lightspeed Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse with RGB Lighting - Black
    Description

    Show off speed and stealth skills in complex PC games with this Logitech LIGHTSPEED wireless gaming mouse. The 25,600-dpi HERO sensor provides accurate tracking in fast-paced gameplay, and 11 programmable buttons enable quick access to custom functions. This POWERPLAY charging-compatible Logitech LIGHTSPEED wireless gaming mouse has six removable weights for a customizable balance and feel.

    9 Features
  • HERO 25K sensor: Next-gen sensor delivering 25600 DPI class-leading performance, accuracy and energy efficiency.
  • Customizable LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting: Fully customize RGB lighting from nearly 16.8 million colors, synchronize lighting with your gameplay, and create your own personal RGB animations.*
  • LIGHTSPEED Wireless: Ultra-fast and reliable Logitech G USB wireless technology trusted by esports pro worldwide.
  • POWERPLAY compatibility: Works with POWERPLAY charging system (sold separately) for continuous wireless charging.
  • 11 programmable buttons: Simplify in-game actions with single-click custom macros, sequences of clicks, on-the-fly DPI shifting and more.*
  • Hyper-fast scroll wheel: Lets you speed through long menus and documents.
  • High performance design: G502 iconic design has been meticulously re-engineered to support the addition of LIGHTSPEED and POWERPLAY technologies, while also achieving a 7 gram weight reduction.
  • Balance and weight tuning: Six removable weights let you customize mouse weight and balance for just the right feel.
  • Compatible with most Windows and Mac computers: Works across a wide array of computers.
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  • Review by ITJim, 8 out of 10
    G502 Lightspeed w/PowerPlay Gaming Pad

    Highlights:

    This mouse is fast, precise, comfortable, and has great aesthetics. Powerful software. Great hardware! Compact, portable design. Wireless or wired operation. Wireless charging with the addition of the PowerPlay gaming mouse pad. Lighting is simple but aesthetically pleasing. Aggressive looking. The downside includes confusing G Hub software interface and difficult to find documentation. I chose to get the matching PowerPlay mouse pad due to the wireless charging and the swappable fabric and hard surface mouse pad options. Please read on for my full review.

    Setup:

    I first setup the PowerPlay mouse pad. The transmitter is built into the mouse pad. The transmitter connects to the computer via a single USB cable. The G502 has a 1 3/8 Inch diameter cover on the bottom of the mouse that is interchangeable with the optional wireless charging puck that comes with the PowerPlay mouse pad. This puck also hides a compartment keeps the usb wireless transmitter safe when you are not using it. You will not need the USB adapter when connected to the PowerPlay. It is a great place to store the USB wireless adapter when not in use. The puck is held in place with magnets. This keeps the USB adapter nice and safe. It also holds the cover firmly in place. Swapping out the covers is very easy.

    The PowerPlay instantly turned on when I turned on the computer. I turned on the G502 using the on/off switch located on the bottom of the mouse. The PowerPlay and G502 instantly connected. However, this convince did come with an interesting challenge.

    I found that I was unable to use the USB wireless adapter with any of my laptops. After some experimentation, I found that the G502 and PowerPlay maintained connection regardless of distance and power status of my gaming computer. I had to turn cut off all power to my computer before I could use the G502 wirelessly with another computer. My computer continues to power USB devices while in soft power down mode. This is so I can charge my cell phone or wireless equipment when not using the computer. I was shocked by the transmission range of both products. I was over 20 feet away from the device and on another floor and still had a connection. I am glad I found a work around. It would have been nice if there was a KB article about this.

    This will not be an issue for you if you purchase the G502 Lightspeed by itself. This proved to be a minor issue easily overcome by modifying my behavior. Go green and turn off your PC! The good news is that you now know the work around if you find yourself in a similar situation.

    Documentation:

    The included documentation for the G502 Lightspeed is laughably slim. There is a small foldout pictorial showing how to setup the G502 for the first time. There is also a pictorial showing the placement for the weights inside the mouse’s two compartments. I was surprised that there were no instructions to download the Logitech G Hub from Logitech’s website. Maybe I missed it?

    The PowerPlay suffered a similar documentation drought. I can forgive this oversite with the PowerPlay. It is ridiculously easy to setup. Pictorials is really all you need.

    The Logitech G Hub is another matter entirely. Logitech really makes you search for the G Hub Manual. I did find it. The Logitech G Hub is very powerful. I have been looking through the software for three days and still feel overwhelmed with the customization options. I can do anything I want with any button except for the scroll wheel lock button. Every other button seems fair game. And then, Logitech dropped the ball by hiding the user’s guide deep in the G Hub’s interface. Why Logitech? Please tell me why!? The manual looks well written and thought out. It is also written in multiple Languages. This is the meat and potatoes of your unifying API for your gaming products! It should be front and center in huge blinking red font on the home page of G Hub! Logitech should be proud of this.

    G Hub Manual: https://www.logitech.com/assets/65550/ghub.pdf

    G502 Mouse Manual: https://www.logitech.com/assets/65648/g502-lightspeed.pdf

    Comfort:

    The mouse feels good in my hand. Each button has a short travel distance between pressed and depressed. It takes very little effort to activate every button. I like that the two buttons to the left of the left mouse button are sensitive enough that I can rock my finger over them to adjust the mouse sensitivity up and down. This way I do not have to lift my finger to make a DPI sensitivity adjustment. Small movements are best while in the heat of pixel armageddon. The scroll wheel has two modes, free and restrictive. As you can guess, free means the mouse wheel freely spins with nothing but friction to slow it down. There is a button behind the wheel that will engage a limiter of sorts. Engaging the limiter prevents the mouse from freely gliding and adds a nice audible and tactile click. I like this mode because it gives me better precision with the games I play. It is also my preferred mode for normal computing sessions such as work and web browsing.

    The mouse wheel also has a left and right button function. The left and right click are very sensitive. I mapped the mini-map function to the right-side wheel button and spent a game fighting with the in-game map constantly popping up. I then discovered that I clench my hand when in stressful situations. Time to unlearn some bad moussing habits.

    I also like the way the mouse glides along the fabric PowerPlay mousing surface. I did not like the hard surface cover that came with the PowerPlay. I find the fabric pad to be more comfortable for my play and work style. I think Logitech made a good choice by including both moussing covers.

    There is a button with a crosshairs symbol on it. This button instantly, and temporarily, sets the mouse to the lowest DPI you set for your profile. This is very helpful when sniping or other situations where precision is needed. I did not realize how useful this feature was until I had. I love it!

    Lighting:

    The G502 and the PowerPlay both have the iconic Logitech “G”. Both light up. I really do believe the lighting option is icing on the cake for an already attractive device. I do believe Logitech should have added more lighting. Maybe add an LED to the mouse wheel housing. The mouse does look great in a dark room. It also fits right in with my other lighted gaming gear. You can map lighting effects to each game you play and each application you use. Unfortunately, the learning curve to building profiles is unnecessarily steep.

    There is one unique lighting feature that I really like. The mouse has three battery LED indicators. These double as DPI indicators. The furthest forward position is the maximum DPI defined in your profile. The furthest rear position is for the lowest profile defined DPI. The lights in between represent the in-between DPI settings. All I need is a quick glance during a gaming session to tell me which DPI I am on. I have also been using it during my daily computer sessions. Super helpful feature. The battery LEDS also sync with the G Hub lighting. You do not have the ability to individually control each battery indicator LED.

    Software:

    The software is a mixed bag. I run into this with every manufacturer’s “unique” software suite. From 40,000 feet, this software is not intuitive at all. However, spend a little time with it, and you will see that this is a very power, feature rich software suite; almost overwhelming. The drag and drop feature for each mouse button is cool. I was able to quickly setup my most common keyboard commands in seconds. Best part, I can setup button commands for every game and application I use. Logitech has many popular windows commands pre-defined. So, if you want one button to CTRL+C for copy, and another for CTRL+V for paste, then just drag those commands from the menu to the mouse button you want to assign the commands too. No need to build your own macro.

    There is a dark side. It takes some real work, and patience, to decipher the G Hubs interface. I just happened upon the settings that allowed me to assign a profile to a game. Real pain. The documentation is also buried in the interface. Macros creation is setup as a wizard of sorts. You will perform a lot of trial and error before figuring it all out. The macro, once create, will be added to the Macro list for easy drop and drag onto a mouse button of your choice.

    Finally, the software will display the remaining battery level in the form of a percentage. The PowerPlay will charge the mouse during use. I found that the mouse will continue to discharge even while on the PowerPlay pad. Maybe I will get more moussing time than with the mouse’s battery alone. Only time will tell. The PowerPlay does charge the mouse when I am not using it. The G502 will also deactivate itself while not in use. The lights will remain on as long as it has a connection to the transmitter. Finally, the mouse will discharge faster with LED lights on. You do have the option to turn them off in the G Hub software.

    Final words:

    The mouse is awesome! The weights allow me to adjust the mouse weight to my liking. Great use of space. I can add the four 2-gram weights, the wireless USB adapter, and the PowerPlay adapter without adding any bulk to the mouse. I love the aggressive look of the mouse. And it feels great in my hand. The PowerPlay is icing on the cake. I have zero complains about it. Logitech does have some work ahead of it for the G Hub software. Logitech also needs to put the documentation front and center! Hopefully, they figure out how to streamline the interface, incorporate more hover help, and build some contextual help into each page. It would go a long way to make the powerful features of the G Hub more accessible to more than just the hardcore gamers.

    May 20, 2019 21:16
  • Review by jestro88, 10 out of 10
    The legendary G502 untethered!

    I started my love affair with the G502 in 2016 with a Proteus Spectrum, and moved up recently to the Hero in 2018. While there are still plenty of miles left in that unit, it was impossible to pass up the opportunity to cut the literal cord...and the hype is real.

    There is zero sacrifice on the form factor that I came to know and love...it took some time to find my way into a mouse just right for me, I worked through a slew of other models that were too wide, too humped, buttons just not where I needed them, and when I found the 502, I hit jackpot. At the time, I felt like it would be a short term fix, as most companies move on to the next design, new ergonometrics, etc...but Logitech listened to the passion and held true to what it knew worked. It felt like an old friend, and that was good. Same 11 button availability, same tactile influences like the rubberized textured thumb grip and pinkie rest, same easily accessible DPI buttons for on-the-fly adjustments (as well as the snipe button to slow the action for the shot), same dual-action scroll wheel -soft clicks on rotation, or if you prefer, the infinity spin mode. While I am not overtly sensitive to the long standing dichotomy that wired is faster, I will say this...there is absolutely zero perceptible lag on this bad boy. I blind tested it adjacent to my 502 Hero, and I was flipping a coin on my choice...it was a guess. I couldn't identify wired against wireless while playing. If you at all fear that the convenience of wired gets you a perceptible advantage, forget it...that is a bet you would lose.

    One of the more interesting updates Logitech was able to achieve is that this surprisingly is a lighter mouse at only 114g, largely due to the revamped architecture on the inside that you don't see. Definitely a plus if you are following the latest trend in acquiring the lightest possible mouse (there are lighter models to be had at a lesser price, for sure...but this is a 502!), I happen to be an ardent fan of a mouse with presence and heft in my hand, and with the still-present removable bottom plate and loose weight plates included with the mouse, you can add back in up to an additional 16 grams to the assembly. While the wireless battery disc centered in the bottom mouse removes some area of weight-adding opportunity, it is also where this mouse, in all of its freedom and glory, really shines.

    This mouse advertises 60 hours of gameplay, and 48 if you use default RGBs (and who doesn't, as everyone knows that having RGBs add more precision to your shots and more damage to your kills), but pairing this mouse with the Powerplay wireless charging system is like having the infinity gauntlet, just without the gems. You have a wireless mouse, and you will never look at the charge percentage again. A very slick desktop unit with interchangable pads that is your charger. Mouse sits, mouse charges. Game over.

    This mouse (and the Powerplay charging pad) are not cheap gaming accessories, the price is fairly steep as far as mice go. There are plenty of wireless rodents that are also of great caliber, by industry leading brands, and that may exceed some one spec or another of this unit. This is the legendary G502. This is untethered. This really wasn't a question of if, it was really a question of when.

    May 23, 2019 21:54
  • Review by ReviewedByPhil, 10 out of 10
    A few quirks, but overall a solid gaming mouse

    The G502 wireless gaming mouse is everything it promises to be: it’s lightweight, comfortable in the hand, and is fully customizable from lighting effects to macro triggering on its 11 programmable buttons. If you’re a casual gamer like me and have never before invested in a gaming mouse with programmable functions for hotkeys, I have to say this mouse will probably be the single best thing you can buy to help you improve your gameplay skill and competitiveness. For a game like Fortnite, having all the build hotkeys at the tips of your fingers, literally, can give you an edge over your opponents. Even if you don’t play competitively, in single-player environments where your opponents are purely AI, you’ll have a slightly better speed advantage to take them out. The quick DPI adjustments and dedicated DPI shift buttons allow you to easily flow between fast moving character control and accurate/precise aiming in first-person shooters, for example when sniping.

    The mouse is amazingly sensitive and has accurate tracking, but I found that on soft mouse pads it tends to drag/scrape a little, so I prefer using a hard surface mouse pad with this mouse, where I didn’t notice this issue. The battery life with the default lighting settings is faithful to its 48 hour estimate, and I only need to plug it in to charge about once a week, since I use the mouse for work as well as play on weekdays. With the LED turned off you can get 8-10 extra hours out of it, but that kind of takes the fun out of having a gaming mouse. However, don’t lose the cable that comes with the mouse because it has a unique extra long microUSB connector so you can reach the port set deeply at the front of the mouse. You can also, if you choose, get the Logitech Powerplay gaming mouse pad which will continuously charge the G502 Lightspeed as long as you use the mouse on the pad. This eschews the need to ever plug it in to charge at all as you will have a constant trickle charge when using over the pad. The pad also takes the place of the wireless receiver, freeing up the one that comes with the mouse to use on a secondary device, like a laptop.

    While the mouse is lightweight at around 115 g, it’s still not the lightest wireless one out there, but at least feels lighter than many wired counterparts because you don’t have the cable hanging off the front. It does also come with 16 g of extra weights plates so you can fully customize your experience to what feels comfortable in your hand and for your style of gameplay. I prefer using the mouse without the weights, as I feel it gives me the most control.

    Now for the quirks and weird stuff. One thing that I found a bit finicky is the center click of the mouse wheel. Because there are 3 directional clicks for it: left, right, and straight down, sometimes when I press down on it, it registers as a left scroll wheel click. This may be due to the way I hold the mouse or uneven downward pressure which makes it lean slightly to one side. Maybe I need more time to get used to it to be more precise, but because the side clicking seems to be a bit more sensitive, it can result in a misfire of a command when the intent was to trigger a center click. I also found that sometimes the lighting settings will randomly shut off, so even though in Logitech G Hub shows that I have the lights still set to breathing, they’re clearly not on anymore, and I have to play with the settings to make them come on again. Not sure if this is a software issue caused by syncing with the Powerplay mousepad light settings.

    Another quirky thing is when setting up the key assignments in G Hub, while in the G-Shift settings, the mouse is set to use those settings live (without holding down the assigned G-Shift key) so if you overwrite “Primary Click” with a new action, this makes it impossible to continue using the mouse in this menu, as you’ve no longer a primary click function. The only way to reset the action is to use another mouse to undo the change. There’s also not an ideal button to use for G-shift because using any one of them will result in at least one awkward combination that can’t be performed one-handed (I’m using G6 which makes G4 and G5 nearly impossible to access with the same thumb). Ideally there would have been a button on the right that could be accessed with the pinky for this purpose. Note that the G502 is designed specifically for right-handed use.

    So far those have been my only complaints with the mouse, and they’re relatively minor points. Overall, the mouse works great though, and the endless scrolling is awesome if you do a lot of spreadsheet work. I also like that you can toggle it on/off to return to single line scrolling at the press of a button. There’s a lot to like in this mouse, but if this is your first time venturing into the realm of mice with more than 2-buttons and a scroll wheel there’s a bit of a learning curve to remember all the actions you’ve programmed into it! A small cost for the improvement in productivity and gameplay in my book.

    Jun 11, 2019 16:42
  • Review by Chris, 10 out of 10
    Great all around mouse

    I love the programmable buttons and RGB. I upgraded from the wired version of this mouse. The only difference is that the scroll is lighter and the mouse feels lighter. I prefer the scroll on the wired version but it is a pretty minor difference. Also you can use the mouse wired so you can charge it and use it at the same time.

    Jun 21, 2020 13:30
  • Review by SonyExtraBass, 10 out of 10
    Best Mouse Ever!

    I like wireless mice but the batter would go low then I got a mouse on a rope again, so I thought why is it really worth it.

    Well I was browsing BB and found this from "LOGITECH" what? I like all their products they are reliable, but this was a gaming setup.

    So I gave it a shot.

    OH MY GOSH! I love this, I'm never going back.

    Apr 17, 2020 16:30
  • Review by ObiJonVinobi, 10 out of 10
    Worth Every Penny!

    Absolutely worth every penny. ive had plenty of wired and wireless mice including the corsair dark core wireless, dark core pro, nightsword, razer mice etc and nothing compares to this mouse. the ease of use through the software is awesome. There is almost no lift which is fantastic for FPS and its super responsive and the batter lasts for what seems like forever.

    Oct 02, 2020 15:22
  • Review by YourMainDude, 6 out of 10
    Great hardware ... software is a nightmare

    Preface –

    I’d like to take moment and discuss some aspects of this Logitech – G502 Lightspeed Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse review that are directly related to the device but considered ‘ancillary” in the bigger scheme of things…

    My review package came with the Logitech Powerplay RGB, wireless charging enabled mouse pad. And due to the nature of where Logitech is moving with their products, you are now required to convert from the LGS (Logitech Gaming Software) to what is called the G Hub. G Hub provides device control, macro control and profile control. For the newest of hardware, you are required to install this software to initialize, maintain and control your gear. The problem is that this software is fraught with issues. I’ve attached photos below that directly effect the operation and control of the G502 Lightspeed mouse. I’ve confirmed that these issues occur with Windows 10 version 1809 and the newly released ‘Features’ May 2019 update, version 1903. Unless Logitech addresses issues with the software – that glues their new ecosystem all together – there is going to be some major blow-back from the consumer base.

    I’ve tried uninstalling and reinstalling the software several times and on different machines and Windows error events and device detection issues are easily replicated. There is also a good number of reports on the Logitech community forums that correspond to similar findings.

    With this out front, I still have a fair amount of info to cover with respect to the G502 Lightspeed mouse…

    Presentation -

    The G502 Lightspeed is physically well designed and although the numbering scheme seemed a bit perplexing at the beginning, I think I’ve come to understand why it is what it is. Coming from a G903 wireless mouse, it didn’t seem logical why this lower numbered offering even exists. But when you stop and consider the sensor upgrade plus the weight customization, and the fact that the G502 wired mouse is such a popular model – it all starts to make sense. Where the G903 is an ambidextrous design, the G502 is targeted towards right handed operation. With the G903, you forfeit the extra weight option to install the wireless ‘puck’ needed to interoperate with the Powerplay wireless/charging pad. On the G502, you do lose some of the tail end weight optimization in exchange for the wireless puck (disc) but you get to keep the option for loading (or not) weights located in centered compartment. That’s a big improvement/enhancement over the G903.

    Other than this, the overall ‘packaging’ is Apple-like and gamer oriented. No complaints there.

    Initial Setup -

    So here’s where it gets a little complicated.

    The G502 Lightspeed comes with a USB cable, so if one prefers, they can skip going wireless all together. You then have the option of running wirelessly by way of using the provided wireless dongle. When I tried to install the G502 Lightspeed using the USB cable, the prior version of G Hub didn’t recognize the presence of the device. When I switched to the wireless dongle – the results were exactly the same. I proceeded to check if there was an update for G Hub from the Logitech website and in fact there was. When I installed it, not only did the software still not recognize the presence of the G502 Lightspeed mouse – but all my profiles from my Logitech “G” Carbon keyboard and “G” gaming headset were discarded even though that installation process acknowledged the existing profiles and asked if I want to import them. So that’s a double-headed monster of failure. No device detected and profiles wiped through the installation process.

    I finally did a complete uninstall of the G Hub with Revo Utilities and upon reinstallation, the G502 Lightspeed was now recognized. Why? I am not sure. This is NOT how plug & play is supposed to work. Moreover, I’ve been using G Hub for my other Logitech devices pretty much without a hitch for 6+ months. So why this particular mouse is having ‘back end’ issues is beyond me.

    Two of the other pictures attached show the Windows error event that repeatedly and consistently occurs with the latest version of the G Hub software. These events are not tied specifically to the G502 Lightspeed mouse but are noteworthy in that G Hub is the glue that is supposed to keep the ‘ecosystem’ working together and the previous versions of G Hub don’t exhibit these malfunctions. So it’s really a Catch 22. You can’t skip using their software when you purchase this mouse – but you can’t rely on older versions that were essentially stable.

    Options disappear and reappear with no rhyme or reason – key features like enabling wireless charging to the G502 Lightspeed on the Powerplay mouse pad and enabling/disabling light features on the G502 Lightspeed itself come and go in the control panels.

    Something is seriously amiss with this software and ultimately highlighted by the one photo that reports the existence of “Back End Connection Problems”. I’ve not encountered this particular error message on any previous version of G Hub or LGS.

    Performance -

    Now that I’ve tried to cover the important software integration side of this product, I will move on to discuss the device performance exclusive of the software issues.

    The mouse feels well balanced, the range of adjustment to the overall weight from underneath is a big step-up from the G903 – even if you snap in the wireless charging puck. I believe most gamers sensitive to weight control will appreciate the flexibility of this mouse.

    Glide, surface precision and button feel are all outstanding on this device and perform equally to it’s wired counterparts and the G903. With all four weights installed, I personally feel that the tactile response of the G502 Lightspeed is superior to the G903 – no matter if I am gaming on cloth or a hard game pad surface. I’ve always like the G502 wired counterparts for their ergonomics and can see why Logitech went full wireless on this new release.

    From a purely hardware point of view vs. other products – it’s a good, customizable, high performance mouse. I also don’t get the increased DPI capability of this mouse because in my experience, pushing DPI response past 6200 results in a rather jumping environment.

    Summary -

    It’s hard to avoid the obvious here – but the software integration ruins the experience. I was considering yet hesitant to drive the overall score down to 1 or 2 stars because of it but have since decided that in all fairness – and with the hope that Logitech will resolve the G Hub software issues (which there are many to correct…) – I will award this product 3 stars due to all the compelling upgrade reasons covered in my ‘Performance’ section and due to the mere fact you can go around the software issues via installing, setting up your device, enabling the saving of the device settings to its internal memory and then uninstalling the G Hub... for the interim.

    Pros:

    Clean lines and a winning formula in terms of ergonomics.

    Well balanced footprint, with good range of weight customization – with & without the use of the wireless charging puck.

    The RGB lighting accents are targeted and not ‘over the top’ like many other RGB designs.

    Glide, surface precision and buttons all feel premium and perform like you’d expect from Logitech.

    The dedicated ‘step-down’ DPI button is great for sniping and I prefer the location of the button over that of the G903. YMMV

    Cons:

    First and foremost – unacceptably poor implementation of the G Hub software, starting from device installation, to the clobbering of prior profiles and subsequently with repeatably consistent Windows error events and glitchy option panels within the software – something is terribly amiss with this software.

    I did reach out to Logitech through the provided, product reviewer contact address but only received a response from their general technical support team a few days later. They didn’t provide any helpful information. No-what-I-expected…

    May 29, 2019 19:41
  • Review by J2020, 10 out of 10
    MUST HAVE

    This thing is a beast I love everything about it I gave up my nighsword for this and let me tell you it is amazing the weight system on the bottom is magnetic so if you have a metal table which is an added bonus it holds down your mouse nice and smooth everything about it is just bread and butter baby get it I got it on sale for 99.99 but exchanged it for my nighsword rgb that I had for a week and was ehhh nothing to brag about at all this is we're its at 60 hours of gameplay no connection issues ✔️

    Nov 24, 2020 18:58
  • 9.4score
    Microsoft - Surface Mobile Mouse - Silver
    Description

    Lightweight and portable, with a redesigned wheel optimized for great scrolling, plus dongle-free Bluetooth connectivity, the new Surface Mobile Mouse works on virtually any surface¹ thanks to BlueTrack technology. Available in a choice of rich colors.²

    7 Features
  • Thin and light: Surface Mobile Mouse goes anywhere without the weight or bulk of a traditional mouse.
  • Wireless: Connects wirelessly to your Surface via Bluetooth.
  • Clutter-free: Requires no cords or dongle, which makes for a cleaner workspace and less stuff to carry.
  • Works on virtually any surface¹: Use Surface Mobile Mouse almost anywhere, desk, couch or floor, thanks to the built-in BlueTrack technology.
  • Redesigned scroll wheel: The new scroll wheel is optimized for smooth, responsive performance.
  • Ergonomic design: The smooth, sculpted shape fits comfortably in your hand for hours of work on the go.
  • Mix and match with other Surface accessories: Surface Mobile Mouse coordinates perfectly with Surface Go Signature Type Cover,* Surface Pro Signature Type Cover,* and Surface Pen.*
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by JayD, 10 out of 10
    Better than the magic mouse!

    I used to have a magic mouse for my old MacBook as I decided to get a Dell laptop, the magic mouse wasn't compatible which I turned in and got this mouse for less than half of the price compared to the magic mouse!! I like it much better!

    Jan 24, 2020 22:01
  • Review by Clewing0513, 10 out of 10
    Cool

    Never used a WiFi mouse and was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was too set up! And more pleased to know that it had a battery already in it. This mouse it's literally ready to go outside the box. A little button to turn it off and on so you don't dressing the battery. Idon't know that I would recommend as a primary mouse for all the time use is you suffer with carpal tunnel or any issues with your wrist.

    Mar 02, 2019 19:33
  • Review by dalan66, 10 out of 10
    OK to be BLUE...if you are Microsoft Cobalt Mouse

    I purchased my Microsoft Surface Pro almost a year ago. At that time, I also purchased a different color Signature Type Cover and Mouse. I recently changed to the Cobalt Blue and am very happy with the upgrade. Same great technology, but the Cobalt...simply much more elegant and does not show wear as do some of the other colors.

    Feb 22, 2019 16:14
  • Review by Lachi, 10 out of 10
    The best

    quick easy connection. very like and matches my surface

    Jun 09, 2020 11:44
  • Review by Cammy, 10 out of 10
    OMG!!!!!

    I’m in love with this mouse! I have never in my life been so happy with a purchase from Best Buy! The way the mouse moves is so smooth, and it connect to my computer fast through blue tooth! If you’re thinking about getting this, just buy it! No regrets! 10/10 mouse!

    Mar 27, 2021 11:31
  • Review by as58552, 10 out of 10
    I would recommend.

    Got this with my new Pro 7. It is quite a bit smaller then my old mouse, so it took some getting used to. I have bigger hands and was used to the mouse fitting into the palm of my hand. I've used this mouse for a couple days now and really like it. It is made of quality materials, the scroll wheel is very smooth, and the buttons are easy to push. I got this for free with all the other stuff I bought for my new Surface. So it's even better.

    Oct 20, 2021 15:36
  • Review by KenD, 10 out of 10
    Definitely worth it

    Nice and compact for travel. This mouse is well built and feels premium. I strictly use this when I travel with my laptop, but at home and stationed it's paired with a full sized gaming mouse. I love that's it's Bluetooth and I don't have to worry about losing a USB receiver.

    Oct 22, 2021 16:12
  • Review by MyNickname, 10 out of 10
    Decent laptop mouse

    I was hesitant to get this bluetooth mouse at first because it doesn't have the forward/back buttons on the side which I am accustomed to, but it is a decent laptop mouse. It's not bulky which fits nicely on your work briefcase. Pairing is easy with Windows 10. The OS recognized it quickly without having to open up the bluetooth settings.

    Sep 20, 2021 15:58
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - MX Master 3 Advanced Wireless Bluetooth Laser Mouse for Mac with Ultrafast Scrolling - Space Gray
    Description

    Get more out of your Mac and iPad with MX Master 3 for Mac – optimized for macOS, and iPad compatible. Finished in Space Gray, MX Master 3 for Mac is our fastest, most precise, and most comfortable experience yet. MagSpeed scrolling is our quietest, and most addictive scroll wheel ever. Button customizations speed up your macOS and iPadOS workflows, and a 4000 DPI sensor means you can track virtually anywhere – even on glass. You’ll get the advanced functionality of MX Master 3 for Mac, while keeping the macOS gestures you love. And Flow allows you to work across multiple Mac computers – transferring files, images, and folders in one fluid workflow. Ready for video calls - predefined settings for Microsoft Teams and Zoom let you instantly mute and Start/Stop your video call. Requires Logitech Options software, available for macOS and Windows.

    9 Features
  • Ultrafast MagSpeed scrolling: A remarkable speed, precision, and quietness of electromagnetic scrolling with the all-new MagSpeed wheel - up to 90% faster, 87% more precise, and ultraquiet.
  • Wireless Bluetooth connectivity: Enables reliable connection with Bluetooth-enabled devices.
  • Works on any surface, even on glass, with Darkfield 4000 dpi sensor: You always hit the right pixel with faster and 5x more precise than the basic mouse sensor.
  • Seven buttons: Provide access to frequently used commands and functions for powerful control. Speed up your workflow with predefined app-specific profiles and numerous customization options.
  • Flow cross-computer control: Seamlessly transfer cursor, text, and files between Mac computers.
  • Comfort shape and intuitive controls: A perfectly sculpted ergonomic shape and ideally placed thumb wheel and controls make work on computer more comfortable.
  • USB Type-C rechargeable: Quick one-minute charge gives three hours of use.
  • Designed for Mac and iPadOS: This mouse is optimized for macOS and iPad compatibility and finished in space gray.
  • App customizations: Speed up your workflow with predefined customization options for macOS and various apps.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by nickcal, 10 out of 10
    One-of-a-kind mouse designed with Mac in mind

    When it comes to third party accessories for Apple products you can find nearly anything you want for the iPhone and iPad but for the Mac peripherals are a bit hit and miss for me. Most gear will work with both PC and Mac operating systems, but it’s primarily designed as a PC product first with the Mac as an afterthought. So, when I find accessories that are create specifically to work with Mac systems, I jump on them. One such product is the MX Master 3 for Mac. It’s an amazing product and my experience with it has been stellar.

    Logitech always seems to do a decent job of packaging their products. I find they don’t use too much cardboard and in this case, Logitech used ‘responsible packaging.’ It uses only FSC-certified paper and uses 90% less packaging plastic so that it’s environmentally-friendly. The box has a nice image of the product on the front as well as some decent information on the product. The box contains the mouse, a warranty pamphlet, and a USB-C cable for charging the mouse. When you first open the box there is a folded piece of cardboard that is used to help hold the mouse in place. It does appear that there should be something else in the box based on this style of packaging, but in truth, it’s simply holding the mouse in place.

    The MX Master 3 has a great shape and feel to it. It’s finished in Space Gray so it matches Apple products quite nicely. Users are able to pair the mouse with up to three devices and switch between them seamlessly thanks to the Easy-Switch button. This is great because it gives users the option to use one mouse for multiple devices rather than having to have a separate mouse for each individual device. The mouse has a newly designed MagSpeed Electromagnetic scrolling wheel. It’s very comfortable to use and with it, users can scroll up to 1,000 lines per second. It can toggle between precision mode and free-spinning mode. One of the things I like best about the wheel is that it’s nearly silent. The MX Master 3 is meant to be ergonomic and fit the shape of your hand. In addition to the standard right and left buttons as well as the scroll wheel, the MX Master 3 also features back/forward and gesture buttons and a thumb wheel. While I know this might not be the case for all users, the mouse fits my hand beautifully. I can rest the palm of my hand on the top while my thumb wraps around the left side of the mouse. My fingers reach all the interface buttons and wheels with ease. It’s been refreshing to be able to use the same type of mouse that PC users have and have it work with my Mac without modifications to it.

    The biggest complaint I have with mouses is that they are usually customizable, but only if you have a PC. The apps that are built for customizations just aren’t made to work with Apple computers and so we get the short end of the stick. Thankfully, Logitech has remedied this issue with the Logitech Options for Mac. With it, users can customize the MX Master 3 for their specific workflows. Several creative apps like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere Pro, and PowerPoint already have predefined customizations. So it makes for a great accessory for Mac users and not just a device that happens to work with a Mac. Function-wise, the MX Master 3 has done everything I’ve wanted it to do. I used it with both my MacBook Pro and my iPad Pro. It worked really well with both systems. I didn’t have any trouble pairing them. I did, however, have a little bit of a hiccup on the MacBook Pro. When I first got the mouse connected, I noticed that fluid movements across a screen weren’t as smooth as they should be. I thought that maybe it was because the mouse needed a charge or I just didn’t have a strong Bluetooth connection. So, I waited until the next day to try using it again and there were no more jitters. I’m still not sure what the issue was, but I’m thinking it had something to do with Bluetooth interference.

    Finally, we Mac users have a professional-grade mouse to match our professional-grade computers. The MX Master 3 is a great compliment to macOS and iPadOS systems.

    Jul 14, 2020 02:09
  • Review by 3Tcubed, 10 out of 10
    Smooth

    Nicely done. I've used MX mice on windows devices for years, they are one my favorite mice, I love the ability to switch between devices, which continues with this MX for Mac. I'm primarily using it on a iPad G7 (newest) with iOS 13.5.1, you need at least iOS 13.4 to provide full Mouse/Trackpad support (and it's a huge change for the better). Apple put some real thought into adding Mouse/Track pac support for touch devices.

    The MX for MAC is a Bluetooth device, it must be paired with you apple device, before it can be used. This is pretty easy, from settings (image 1), select Bluetooth start scanning for devices you should see MX Master 3 Mac, if you don't turn over you mouse and hold in the bottom button under the 1 2 3 (this is where you can select multiple devices to connect to) for about 5s, the LED by the #1 should start blinking rapidly. Once you see the "MX mouse" on the list of devices, select that name (not using mouse yet). After a couple of seconds it will show that you are now connected to your mouse (image 2). Now as you move you mouse around the screen you will see a white or gray dot on the screen (image 3), not an arrow like windows. When you hover over a clickable area it will pop-up and, when you over a scrollable area the cursor will change to a gray/white line (image 4). Again different from windows. And on the MX mouse you have 2 scrolling wheels, the front center wheel moves content up/down, and the smaller scrolling wheel, closest to your thumb controls side scroll (when available). The center scrolling wheel, moves with precision when moved slowly, but when moved quickly and it allows you to scroll VERY quickly if you move it fast. On the front of the mouse us a USB-C connector (image 6) (USB-C to USB-C cable provided) for charging. A full charge is supposed to last 70 days, based on my use of other MX mice this is accurate.

    One of my favorite feature of the MX mouse is it ability to pair with multiple devices, I paired mine with Raspberry Pi4, and MacBook Air without any problems. I could move from one to another smoothly with the button below the 1 2 3 on the bottom of the mouse ( I wish this button was accessible from the top of the mouse, as you must pick up the mouse to switch between devices) but no big deal. When multiple Apple devices are used can automatically drag between the devices (pretty cool, I did not expect this, it makes cutting and pasting between device very easy. I used the muse on a leather surface, a marble counter and a glass table, all worked flawlessly, I did not expect the glass surface to work as well as it did. The mouse is VERY accurate, I'm quite impressed, it feels good in my, a fairly large hand, But to get a second opinion I had my wife try it, and she also found it comfortable, but a bit heavy (I hadn't noticed, as it slides very smoothly).

    I also tried it with windows, and Windows 10 prompted to install a Logitech mouse utility, which allowed for the shortcut button to be programed and for some left/right hand features to be changed. I found it worked just as well under windows as it did with my Apple devices.

    Another great product from Logitech, And I wouldn't mind a version that could support 4 or 5 connected devices (maybe I'm not normal, like my wife says all the time. ;-)

    Jul 18, 2020 13:16
  • Review by TechGuru, 10 out of 10
    Ergonomic Nextgen Mac Mouse

    Logitech Mac version of MX Master 3 is designed for Mac & iPad users that features a space gray finish to complement the finish of MacBook or iPad.

    This mouse is designed ergonomically and is very comfortable to hold and has a thumb area with back and forward buttons, gesture buttons and a thumbwheel. It has a next generation MagSpeed magnetic scroll wheel(uses electromagnetic pulses) which automatically shifts between line by line scrolling and can track anywhere. You can also switch between the ratchet and free spin scrolling by a touch of button. It has lot of customization options that can programmed to different applications via Logitech options software. Like previous MX master this mouse can be connected up to 3 devices using Bluetooth (doesn’t come with usb dongle).

    It works as expected with Windows OS with no functionality loss. I have paired this mouse with Mac, iPad and Windows 10 and it works great. Also, this mouse uses the gesture button to emulate the three finger gestures from the magic trackpad for mac users.

    Battery is great with 70 days of use on a full charge and 3 hours of use from one minute of charging. Also, the charging cable that is included in the package is USB-C to USB-C for fast charging.

    Overall, great ergonomic, customized mouse with lot of features for mac and for someone looking for the alternative to apple magic mouse 2.

    Jul 10, 2020 12:51
  • Review by Posted1, 10 out of 10
    Best Mouse I've Ever Used

    I have always loved Logitech (Logi) for their peripherals and accessories. This mouse is no exception.

    Quality is unmatched. From the metallic scroll wheels to the easily accessible multi-use buttons, quality all the way.

    It is incredibly comfortable and form fitting. with two scroll wheels (classic index finger for up/down) and a thumb scroll for left/right, you can get anywhere quickly. One of my favorite features is the button above the index scroll where you can either have a ratchet feedback or undo that for smooth scrolling. I prefer the ratchet but my wife prefers the free scroll.

    The default buttons should be fine for most casual users, but with the app, you can easily customize pretty much every aspect to meet your specific needs.

    While I rarely give five stars, I can find no reason to give this MX Master 3 anything less. End of the day, I would highly recommend this to a friend.

    **PLEASE NOTE** This product was provided to me in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. This is exactly that. 100% Honest and unbiased.

    Jul 17, 2020 11:59
  • Review by Digic, 10 out of 10
    More than just a mouse.

    I have used MX series mouses since the first version came out and have truly enjoyed using them and are very ergonomic, at least for my hand size. Somewhat large. You can't beat the customization options, especially when it comes to the Mac versions. Every model is a better version than it's predecessor, improving on the design, software, and functionality.

    I'm still trying to make the best use of Logitech Flow software.

    Aug 28, 2020 16:37
  • Review by Sneaks, 10 out of 10
    A smart mouse

    I have been using an old Logitech mouse that came with an usb to plug in. The is nice when working long periods and having to use the mouse, my hand does hurt. The battery charge is good haven’t had to charge it since the first day I got it. I usually turn it off if I’m not not using it. Like the function with to open all the window s and move back and for with pages.

    Jan 15, 2021 22:33
  • Review by gadgetguy11, 8 out of 10
    Versatile, Comfortable Mouse w/ Mac OS Gestures

    The Logitech - MX Master 3 Wireless Laser Mouse for Mac is a comfortable, versatile mouse, with even more MacOS specific gestures available online at the Logitech Options Website.

    Featuring a 4000 DPI laser sensor, it will outperform virtually every mouse designed for desktop applications. Easy Switch, located on the bottom of the mouse, enables instant switching between 3) computers or iPads.

    The Gesture button is a great feature. Press your thumb down to open Mission Control & display Launchpad on MacOS.

    My default mouse is the Logitech G903 Lightspeed Gaming Mouse with PowerPlay. It features an insane 12,000 DPI output & charges continuously when placed or used on the PowerPlay mouse pad. While the versatility & comfort of the MX Master 3 is superior to the G903, the difference in precision moves is noticeable. The G903 dominates, as it was designed to do.

    The MX master features a built-in rechargeable battery. Charge it by simply connecting a USB-C cable (USB-C to USB-C cable is included; however a USB-C to USB cable that I needed to connect to my Mac Pro is not included). The battery life is phenomenal & it sends an alert well in advance when recharging is needed.

    CONCLUSION: The Logitech - MX Master 3 Wireless Laser Mouse for Mac will satisfy all but the most demanding (primarily gaming) applications. It's extreme versatility makes it a mouse that will remain on my desktop, along with the Logitech G903. Recommended.

    Jul 12, 2020 12:51
  • Review by TSmith, 10 out of 10
    Logitech MX Master

    Works excellent. It’s my second MX Master mouse and I highly recommend for creatives and professionals.

    Mar 05, 2021 15:42
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - G305 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Optical 6 Programmable Button Gaming Mouse with 12,000 DPI HERO Sensor - Black
    Description

    G305 features the next-gen HERO sensor with 12,000 DPI sensitivity and LIGHTSPEED wireless 1 ms performance. It’s long-lasting with 250 gaming hours from one AA battery (an indicator light reminds you before you need a new AA), ultra-portable with built-in nano receiver storage, lightweight weighing in at 99 grams, and ready to game with 6 programmable buttons. G305 is the LIGHTSPEED wireless mouse for all.

    6 Features
  • HERO Sensor: The next-generation optical HERO sensor delivers incredible performance and up to 10x the power efficiency over previous generations, with 400 IPS precision and up to 12,000 DPI sensitivity.
  • LIGHTSPEED Wireless: Ultra-fast LIGHTSPEED wireless technology gives you a lag-free gaming experience, delivering incredible responsiveness and reliability with 1 ms report rate for competition-level performance.
  • Ultra-Long Life: G305 wireless mouse boasts an incredible 250 hours of continuous gameplay on just 1 AA battery; switch to Endurance mode via Logitech G HUB software and extend battery life up to 9 months.
  • 6 Programmable Buttons: This computer mouse sports 10 million click switches for the two primary buttons with click tensioning system, plus middle click, DPI button and two side buttons.
  • Lightweight design: Wireless does not have to mean heavy, G305 lightweight mouse provides high maneuverability coming in at only 3.4 oz thanks to efficient lightweight mechanical design and ultra-efficient battery usage
  • Play Anywhere: The durable, compact design with built-in nano receiver storage makes G305 not just a great portable desktop mouse, but also a great laptop travel companion, use with a gaming laptop and play anywhere.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by John, 10 out of 10
    Excellent mouse for gaming and production work!

    Excellent mouse for gaming and production work!

    I haven't been able to run the battery out because it's so efficient. I use it almost every day for hours on end, and never once has there been any lag or delay from the mouse to the computer. It's light, and quick to move around. You can change the sensitivity anytime with a click of a button (located just under the scroll wheel)

    Excellent mouse, highly recommend!

    - LiquidHaus

    Nov 11, 2020 16:38
  • Review by Keyan, 8 out of 10
    Good no frills gaming mouse

    The G305 gaming mouse by Logitech is a no-frills entry level gaming mouse for people who want to use the latest sensor technology but don’t want to pay as much as the premium gaming mice. The mouse is wireless only and uses a replaceable AA for power – which is handy as it is easy to get it going again when the battery dies. Logitech advertises a very long battery life for this mouse using their newest sensor technology and there is a low battery indicator that tells you to swap out the battery when it does get low. One note – you must download and install the Logitech Gaming software to use all of the features of this mouse.

    As far as performance, this mouse performs well. The up to 12,000 dpi sensor technology in the G series optical mice is impressive, and honestly I would recommend anyone who spends a decent amount of time in spreadsheets or especially diagramming using a mouse purchase a gaming mouse for those uses as well – the high quality sensors make those jobs much easier.

    One limitation on this mouse is the number of buttons. With only two side buttons and no horizontal scroll, you are limited to 6 buttons. One nice feature though for Logitech G mice is the ability to map one button to “G-Shift”, which allows the other buttons to perform a second function when the shift button is also held down. I personally map the mouse wheel button to this function, and then map the other buttons on the mouse to other things I use regularly.

    For ergonomics, this mouse is pretty compact and can be used in either hand, although the side buttons are kind of awkward for lefties. It’s actually a great travel gaming mouse – not too bulky or heavy, and completely self-contained with a slot under the back for the receiver to go.

    I would recommend this mouse for a PC user who wants to step up the sensitivity of their mouse, for a gamer on a budget, or for a gamer who wants a compact option to pack with a laptop for travel. The lack of buttons is a limitation on this mouse, but the sensor and the simple battery replacement are both nice features.

    Aug 04, 2018 13:05
  • Review by Snow, 10 out of 10
    Great USB Wireless Mouse!

    I originally got this for my PS4 Pro. I had a bluetooth mouse before this one and it had a lot of connection and interference issues. This Logitech mouse is much better. I have not had a single connection issue and it is really responsive. The response time on this mouse is low enough to where I cannot feel any delay. The DPI is also high enough and changeable to where moving the camera in games is smooth. The only downside to this mouse is that it is not rechargeable and requires changing out the batteries.

    Feb 16, 2021 18:11
  • Review by Drew, 8 out of 10
    Good mouse especially for the price.

    Good mouse for the price. The Lightspeed connection never fails. Batter life is relatively good and easy to get up and going again. Just a quick switch of a double a battery and your off to the races again. For hardcore gamers I definitely wouldn't recommend this mouse. Just way better options out their with similar prices. I say this mouse is more for casual users. Have it in heavy use for a year and its still holding up well. Good overall

    Oct 16, 2021 22:02
  • Review by Greatpicture, 10 out of 10
    Made it much lighter

    Logitech has great reputation. Switched out the battery cover for a 3d printed one with hexagon holes and used an adapter to convert a AAA to AA battery. Now it's much lighter.

    Nov 07, 2021 18:41
  • Review by Melvin, 10 out of 10
    Good so far

    So far so good. I haven’t really game with it yet but to just use it as a mouse it works. Just make sure if you getting lag YouTube videos to fix that problem. It’s not the mouse it’s windows 10

    Oct 30, 2021 15:37
  • Review by SheepStead, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse!

    This mouse works great. It’s wireless via usb dongle (not Bluetooth), which actually has better performance than Bluetooth mouse. I used this to replace a Bluetooth mouse that kept losing traction and disconnecting. I use this both for work as a UX designer/researcher for 8-9 hours a day, plus occasional online gaming. And the extra side buttons are nice for that because I can add additional actions or shortcuts to them.

    Apr 16, 2021 15:52
  • Review by Aadarsha, 10 out of 10
    An excellent mouse

    An excellent mouse that just works! No fancy settings to tweak, nothing too complex, no gimmickry, just simple, and easy to use.

    Sep 17, 2021 15:17
  • 9.4score
    Razer - DeathAdder V2 Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse - Black
    Description

    With over 10 million DeathAdders sold, the most successful gaming mouse of all time enters its next evolution—ushering a new age of unrivalled wireless ergonomics. Powered by ultra-fast Razer HyperSpeed Wireless for total freedom of movement, and an improved shape for greater handling and comfort.

    5 Features
  • Razer™ HyperSpeed Wireless for a connection faster than wired mice: With a high-speed transmission, extremely low latency, and seamless frequency switching in the noisiest environments, you won’t even realize that you’re gaming with a wireless mouse.
  • Razer™ Focus+ 20K DPI Optical Sensor for cutting-edge precision: Using new intelligent functions such as motion sync and asymmetric cut-off, our sensor flawlessly tracks your movement with zero spinouts, allowing for crisp response and pixel-precise accuracy.
  • 2nd Generation Razer™ Optical Mouse Switch for actuation at the speed of light: Every click is actuated at 0.2ms with no debounce delay to give you quick, clean execution for up to 70 million clicks—a faster, more durable design that eliminates unintended double-clicking issues.
  • 70 Hours of Battery Life (Razer™ HyperSpeed) for uninterrupted gameplay: With the benefit of dual connectivity, enjoy up to 100 hours of battery life in Bluetooth mode, or up to 70 hours of ultra-fast performance when you switch to Razer HyperSpeed Wireless.
  • 88g ergonomic form for maximum comfort: Sticking closely to its best-in-class ergonomic shape, we’ve refined it even further for greater comfort and handling, allowing you to enjoy the highest levels of performance as you compete.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by SMOKEYWOKEY, 10 out of 10
    Deathadder v2 pro

    No complaints love the feel of it, the response time is amazing i can’t see a delay at all.. very happy with this purchase

    Feb 12, 2021 20:36
  • Review by Nick, 10 out of 10
    Solid purchase mouse both platforms

    Comfortable natural feeling

    Lightweight

    Backed up by gamers as a brand of choice

    I recommend it, purchased the wireless one, works great on Apple Macs mine is an m1 running it over Bluetooth

    Dec 18, 2020 15:22
  • Review by Roukken, 10 out of 10
    Great Wireless Mouse

    First of all there is nothing to fear in speed or reaction times for gaming, I've played csgo, valorant, and other shooters (not professionally) same as moba , like league and tons of other games.

    The main reason I bought a wireless mouse is to eliminate wires from my setup to make it more clean and it accomplished that perfectly.

    Battery wise (in 2.4 mode) I don't have a perfectly accurate measurement, but with everything in standard out of box config, it lasts like 5 days of regular usage which is... o.k. The cable cord for charging the mouse is great with good distance so I don't worry at all about that, the only "mistake" I'd say is how hard it is to remove the cable after plugging it since it has a really cool engage method but not so cool when trying to take it out.

    TLDR; I like coming back to death adder after a long time of abyssus and i'm pretty happy with it so far

    Jun 22, 2021 16:21
  • Review by Thomas, 8 out of 10
    Classic all rounder goes wireless

    Great shape for palm and claw grip. Being less than 90grams for a wireless mouse of this size is impressive. Side buttons are in the perfect position, good size, and feel nice. Left and right click are acceptable but could be better, have a little to much post travel but its not a deal breaker. The skates are great out of the box, on the faster side. good all rounder. you'll probably like it.

    shape 8/10

    weight 7.5/10

    switches and buttons 7/10

    skates 8/10

    Jun 25, 2021 19:08
  • Review by Nathan, 10 out of 10
    Love it so much

    Love the mouse, it lasts 4 days of constant playing on Bluetooth and it’s very light compared to my old G502. I had a few driver errors at first but it was ok after that. But the price was perfect

    Apr 09, 2021 15:35
  • Review by Kishore, 10 out of 10
    Awesome Gaming Mouse!

    The best mouse for gaming if you don't want a complex mouse. Loved the wired death adder and had reservations about a wireless version. But was I impressed the difference is unnoticeable and convince of wire free is a bonus. I got it during a sale and was the same price as the wired model I got a year back.

    Aug 14, 2021 00:30
  • Review by captain6497, 10 out of 10
    Fast and reliable wireless gaming mouse

    Great mouse. Originally, I bought one to use on my bootcamp partition for my Mac. I liked it so much that I now use it all the time on OS X as well.

    I also purchased another one when I bought my gaming PC. I have not had a single issue. Its fast and reliable.

    Oct 08, 2021 15:57
  • Review by TyDolla, 10 out of 10
    Mouse

    This is the best mouse I’ve ever purchased. Perfect in between for new gamers and everyday use. Even comes with an app to update settings. Multiple ways to connect.

    Sep 24, 2021 16:06
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - M310 Wireless Optical Mouse - Silver
    Description

    Logitech M310 Wireless Mouse: This mouse wirelessly connects to your compatible PC or Mac using a Plug-and-Forget nano receiver, so you can enjoy freedom of motion while you navigate features. The hand-friendly design helps ensure lasting comfort.

    5 Features
  • Works With Chromebook: This product has been certified to meet Google's compatibility standards. Certified accessories work seamlessly to help you get the most from your Chromebook.
  • Laser technology: This mouse uses a laser to detect movement with accuracy across a variety of surface types, including glass.
  • 2.4GHz wireless connection: This mouse connects to your computer using a Plug-and-Forget nano receiver.
  • Hand-friendly design: Provides comfort during extended use.
  • Compatible with most Windows and Mac computers: Works across a wide array of computers.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Solo, 10 out of 10
    Great

    It's easy to use because it does the work faster. I love it.

    Nov 21, 2021 14:41
  • Review by Disappointed, 10 out of 10
    Works well

    Works great. No problems or issues since we purchased it. Definitely recommend.

    Oct 23, 2021 15:42
  • Review by Natalie206, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse

    It’s a great little mouse. It’s perfect size...not too big or small. Works great. I do have to remember to turn it off after each use but that’s it.

    Apr 17, 2020 15:15
  • Review by momma4579, 10 out of 10
    perfect size

    I wanted a larger mouse and plug and play. I did not want extra buttons so this was a perfect purchase. And the bright red color makes it easy to find on my table. My previous mouse had a large, intrusive USB plug, I like the mini one this has, I don't worry about breaking it off when I move my laptop.

    Apr 15, 2018 09:50
  • Review by monitor, 10 out of 10
    Happiness

    My old mouse died. It had served me well for a long time, especially in areas of technology. I was so happy when I found the same brand and model. I didn't have to wonder if I would like it or not. I didn't have to worry about making the new gadget work.

    Dec 27, 2020 20:33
  • Review by Ogey, 10 out of 10
    Portable

    Portable and fits my hand. The fact that I turn it on and off is great and I can as well pack the USB into it is the best.

    Mar 27, 2021 15:54
  • Review by Ebiv, 10 out of 10
    It connects really fast and works well.

    The Battery never runs out, even when we leave it on.

    Feb 07, 2020 19:27
  • Review by Zhorzholiani, 10 out of 10
    Super handy

    Very convenient. I have used it on different computers. For Chromebook, it is handy and comfortable. It has very good handgrip.

    Nov 06, 2020 21:44
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - ERGO M575 Wireless Trackball Mouse with Ergonomic Design - Black
    Description

    A new standard of comfort and precision. Logitech's most advanced trackball for trackball enthusiasts and consumers searching for alternatives to mice and touchpads. Delivers 20% less muscular strain compared to a regular mouse. MX ERGO PLUS features a unique adjustable hinge and extra 10° wedge for customized comfort and the latest tracking, scrolling and power management technology. Logitech FLOW enables effortless multi-computer control.

    7 Features
  • Ergonomic comfort design, relaxed hand and arm: The comfortable, sculpted ergonomic shape of this mouse naturally fits your hand.
  • Smooth thumb control: Track precisely with great cursor control on any surface and easy thumb-operated trackball and adjust the cursor speed with Logitech Options software.
  • Optimal for tight workspaces: Because the trackball doesn't move, it’s excellent for tight workspaces and busy desks and fits in seamlessly alongside your computer and keyboard or laptop.
  • Two ways to connect and multi-OS: Connect simply with Bluetooth or the USB receiver and never worry about drop-offs or lag up to a 33 ft range.*
  • Sustainability: Plastic parts in ERGO M575 include post consumer recycled plastic (Graphite/Black: 50%, Off-White: 21%). Uses FSC-certified paper for responsible packaging.
  • Long battery life: Up to 24 months of use from a single AA battery with the USB receiver; you may even forget your Logitech wireless trackball uses batteries at all.**
  • Convenient controls: Moving between documents or browsing your favorite websites is a breeze with the ergonomic mouse's large, easy-reach back and forward buttons and the precision scroll wheel.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by JimC, 10 out of 10
    Comfort, Space-Saving, Wireless Convenience!

    The Logitech Ergo M575 cordless trackball is a fine solution to the problem of limited desk space and it is a valuable accessory for every laptop user who is frustrated with the inaccuracy and clumsiness of trackpads.

    My opinion on this trackball may be a bit biased because I just love Logitech products – they are always superbly engineered, are packed with great features and have always given me long and very reliable service.

    Logitech was founded in Apples, Switzerland in 1981. Its first product was a computer mouse in 1982 that was adopted by several computer manufacturers (including Apple.) Later it was the first company to offer a replacement mouse to the consumer market. Logitech introduced wireless mice, optical mice and trackballs. By 2008 Logitech had produced over one billion mice.

    The Logitech mouse was followed by a wide variety of high quality products including a handheld scanner, keyboards, a digital camera, webcams, speakers and microphones. It acquired Harmony, the industry standard for programmable multi-equipment remote control devices, in 2004, then purchased Ultimate Ears, a creator of outstanding Bluetooth speakers, in 2008, bought Jaybird, a premier manufacturer of very fine Bluetooth earphones, in 2016 and most recently, acquired Astro Gaming in 2017.

    Here are the key features of this great trackball:

    • Logitech Ergo M575 wireless trackball mouse TR0006, (receiver C-U0008)

    • Ergonomic comfort design for right-hand use

    • Dual connectivity (Logitech Unifying USB receiver or low energy Bluetooth)

    • Wireless range approximately 33 feet

    • Powered by 1.5V AA battery (included)

    • Typical battery life: USB receiver - 24 months, Bluetooth connection – 20 months

    • Includes 2.4 GHz USB unifying receiver (stored in battery compartment)

    • Trackball compatible with Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android, Linux operating systems

    • Functions: trackball, left/right buttons, back/forward buttons, precision scroll wheel with middle click

    • Trackball resolution adjustable from 400 dpi to 2000 dpi

    • Engineered to perform more than 3 million clicks accurately

    • Trackball is easily removed for cleaning

    • Logitech Options software to customize mouse features and vary resolution (tracking speed)

    • Dimensions: 3.9 inches W x 5.3 D x 1.9 inches H

    • Weight: 5.1 ounces

    • Made of 50% recycled plastics and packaged in paper products from FSC certified forests

    • One year warranty

    The Ergo M575 is positioned, in both price and features, between the entry-level M570 trackball (which is about half the M575 price) and the top-of-the-line MX trackball (which costs about twice as much as the M575).

    Logitech designed the Ergo M575 with beautiful ergonomic details which allow you to comfortably rest your hand on it while it cradles your little finger and provides your thumb with a nice position on the trackball. There is a subtle grooved texture on the palm rest and the right side (where your little finger would grip) as well as a non-reflective, anti-slip black matte texture coating on the main body of the trackball. This very nice exterior is compatible with Logitech’s premier MX line of pointing accessories.

    The trackball itself is positioned and sized to allow efficient, accurate cursor manipulation. Just to the left of your index finger are two programmable buttons (typically assigned to back/forward). Your index and middle finger rest on the large primary left and right click buttons. A precision scroll wheel between the left/right buttons can be used for other functions (such as magnifying/reducing the size of text or spreadsheets). Pressing down on the scroll wheel serves as a middle button click.

    The bottom of the mouse has five rubber grip pads, the battery compartment, an on/off switch and the button to change between Bluetooth and USB receiver connection. Cleverly hidden (almost too clever, because I didn’t find it at first!) in the battery compartment Is the unifying USB receiver. I have other wireless accessories which connect with a USB receiver so I don’t need to use this one, but having it stored here is a nice bonus in the event I ever need another USB receiver.

    For me, the three most important aspects of the Logitech Ergo M575 cordless trackball are the ergonomic design, the choice of connection (USB receiver or Bluetooth) and the customization flexibility provided by the Logitech Options software.

    Research studies have confirmed that trackballs can alleviate the risk of carpal tunnel syndrome. Once you get used to the basic thumb control, you will appreciate not having to move your right hand all over your work surface. This is also great for those with small (or very cluttered!) desktops. The ergonomic design of the M575 has been given very high marks by tech industry comparative reviews.

    Having a choice of Bluetooth or USB receiver connection gives added versatility. If you have a tablet or a PC with limited USB ports you will appreciate the Bluetooth connection option. It has a small penalty in battery life (20 months vs. 24 months for the USB receiver) but the connection speed and sensitivity is essentially the same. I used the Bluetooth connection with an Amazon Fire tablet and it worked perfectly. If you have a smart TV with a web browser and Bluetooth connectivity this trackball would be a great replacement for the clumsy navigation afforded by your TV remote.

    Finally, the great Logitech Options software gives you the ability to remap the function of the buttons and customization for specific applications. But its best feature is the control over tracking speed/sensitivity which it provides. First time trackball users usually complain that they have to move their thumb too much or that the cursor moves too quickly. You can eliminate these problems by adjusting the tracking speed. The Options software allows you to set the tracking speed/sensitivity from a low of 400 dpi to a high of 2000 dpi. Somewhere between these two extremes you will find the best setting to give you accurate and quick control over your cursor. With the correct tracking speed this trackball is more than adequate even for the most stringent demands of Cad-Cam and Photoshop duties. You can also use the Options software to change the button assignments to defaults appropriate for the application you are working on.

    The model that I tested was a very attractive black (graphite) but the Ergo M575 is also available in off-white – a nice choice for those who want to color-coordinate their computer accessories.

    One last point. If you can afford the extra cost, consider upgrading to the Logitech MX Ergo Trackball. It does everything the M575 can do and adds a number of other nifty features. In fact, look at all of the Logitech MX accessories (keyboard and mouse). All are superb and you can read my Best Buy reviews of the MX Master 3 mouse and MX Keys keyboard for my full evaluation.

    But if your budget tops out at the price of the M575 you certainly won’t go wrong. I am delighted to give the beautifully engineered Logitech Ergo M575 trackball five stars and my full and unreserved recommendation!

    Jan 20, 2021 00:34
  • Review by nhtechie, 8 out of 10
    Good trackball with glaring limitations

    I review all things Logitech because I love the quality; this trackball is no different. I haven’t used a Logitech trackball since a Kensington trackball in the late 90s / early 2000s and was excited to give today’s trackball a “spin” without the wires.

    The Good:

    Compact

    Comfortable

    Budget Friendly

    Easily cleaned

    Packaging - simple

    The Meh:

    Single computer pairing

    Logitech Options software

    Packaging - too simple?

    The Good:

    The packaging was super simple - a trackball wrapped in some thin cardboard with the most basic of instructions printed on the cardboard. A battery door on the bottom houses the replaceable battery and a unifying receiver. The software setup was easy, as most

    The ergonomics are great. My arm is at 90 degrees to my desk (sitting or standing) so I’m used to a pretty consistent height, but not moving the mouse was pretty amusing for the first few minutes. After a while, my thumb was tired; my thumb was jumping around like I was on a nerve - or like my quads after a hard spin bike session. After a week of trackballn’ - I was pretty content with how my thumb adapted, but it’s still no mouse.

    The footprint is small, but not tiny; the MX Master 2s is roughly the same size and shape but obviously needs room to move around. I like the somewhat familiar feeling of the MX Master 2s, but my thumb is elevated to use the trackball, vs resting at the side for the ‘show desktop’ push. As you can see in the attached photo, it’s much larger than the MX Anywhere 3 - so keep that in mind if you plan on throwing it in your bag to use outside of the office. It does have a remarkable resemblance to the G604 as you can see.

    It seems as if the trackball can be easily cleaned as it pops right out through a hole in the bottom that only my pinky could sneak into - barely. “Back in my day we had to scrape lint off rollers to make the ball roll around again.” Now, the “rollers,” are so pin-head tiny, that I can’t see anything accumulating on them to need regular cleaning - but the option is there.

    The Meh:

    Now that the good stuff is out of the way, here are some things that I wasn’t a big fan of, even with the seemingly budget status of the trackball.

    This trackball has single computer pairing, unlike MX line - that can accommodate upwards of 3 devices. With so many people working from home, the possibility of dual-using this device rises. Take me for example, I use one keyboard (Logitech MX Keys) and one mouse (MX Anywhere 3) for my work computer (Mac), home computer (Alienware) and tablet (Pixel Slate). Not being able to multi-use this trackball is a bummer.

    There is *no* MagSpeed wheel or wheel release for fast scrolling. While this is offset by a middle-wheel click and roll of the trackball for Windows and nothing for the Mac. Not having the ability to click to release the wheel to a 'free-spin scrolling blur’ makes me a sad panda and the usage of the wheel feels old and rubbery.

    I found that when using the Mac paired via Bluetooth LE, the M575 shows up in Logitech Options to be able to customize the buttons. When paired via the unifying receiver in Windows, the M575 was missing; when paired via Bluetooth LE in Windows, it was there. To me, this is strange as I’d expect the opposite if I were to have guessed which pairing mode wouldn’t show the 575.

    I found the configurable button at the front of the left click (default, it’s the forward button) to be too far forward for my hands, which are an XL glove size. The middle of my finger is where the two buttons meet, so pushing down pushes down both - either can be pushed first, depending on how the pressure is distributed.

    Do I recommend it? Sure? I guess it’d be for someone that may want to start using a trackball at half the price of the MX line. Again, the mega downside for me is the single-computer pairing, followed by the lack of a fast scroll with the middle button.

    Jan 16, 2021 15:14
  • Review by Solrak, 10 out of 10
    Ergonomic Mana from Heaven

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    >>>>> Bottom Line Up front: <<<<<

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    The Logitech ERGO M575 wireless trackball mouse delivers an outstanding level functionality while simultaneously providing exceptional hand/wrist ergonomics and precision cursor control at the same time. It excels in almost every task you can think off and provides a solid wireless solution for those of us who have limited desktop space as well …. the only true exception being hardcore gaming tasks and scenarios. If you haven’t given a trackball style mouse a try – you absolutely owe it to your self to see how and why the M575 delivers on so many levels … from the well-established Logitech quality/support that we have all come to know and trust – to the extremely fair price of the M575 feature set – you simply can’t go wrong.

    What I liked:

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    - Takes up significantly less diskspace compared to traditional mice

    - My wrists and hands have never felt better after a hard day at work

    - Logitech build quality and design is top notch and will last

    - MSRP does NOT BREAK THE BANK

    - Deal USB – AND - Bluetooth wireless functionality

    What I didn’t like so much:

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    - The exterior surface felt a little odd to me, and would sometimes leave a very minor fingerprint outline/mark after usage (I tried to capture in the review photos)

    - lacking in significant extra customization - “only” 2 traditional side buttons for forward/back navigation (not counting the two main click buttons and scroll wheel)

    - did not have the option to select scroll wheel speed/resistance to my liking

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    >>>>> Personal Observations after a regular usage: <<<<<

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    Logitech is one of those companies that seems to have been around forever to me. I can remember back in the late 90’s/early 00’s when I first began to really “use” their keyboards, mice and headsets daily as part of daily routine and began to care about ergonomics and performance. I say this, because even though it’s been 25+ years – I have never been let down by any of their products and designs that I can think of. Speaking of the early 2000’s … that is about the time I discovered the “trackball” style mouse. Even back them when the likes of Microsoft and IBM were still making trackball devices, I fondly remember having to pop out the tracking ball to clean all the gunk and dirt out from the mechanical rollers in order to keep them going …. but I digress. I had always appreciated the precise cursor control trackball mice back then – however it was the advent of the “optical” mouse really changed the game for me, and I never really looked back or followed the trackball mouse device evolution since then.

    It is for these reasons I am so blown away by the M575 …. I haven’t really given a trackball mouse device any consideration until now. It is not like I have been living under a rock for the past couple of decades, I knew trackball mice have long since switched to optical inputs, are now wireless and offer many of the same features that we have all come to know, love, and expect…but quality wireless trackball mice were seemingly priced as much as some very reputable gaming grade “regular” mice devices. To me, it was more difficult to justify spending money/time on something that may (in my eyes) may only provide a marginal increase in productivity and comfort …….. boy was I wrong.

    For the price (current MSRP of $49.99) – I can’t say that is the case anymore. You get a truly “wireless” mouse – with support for BOTH Bluetooth AND a traditional USB style receiver. Again, to me this is awesome because I often switch between multiple PC devices, many of them that have limited (and sometimes NO) USB ports available for additional peripherals. Building on that functionality, I had completely forgotten how much less space is required when you are working with a trackball style mouse (compared to my traditional mouse’s 13x11 mouse pad surface area requirement). The ERGO M575 made it so much easier on my wrists after just one day as my daily driver (putting my trusty G502 Lightspeed for a well-earned/much-needed vacation). I happen to work with large databases, lines of code, and large spreadsheets for what seems likes a never-ending daily basis - and the ERGO M575 provided super smooth, ultra-precise control of my cursor the entire time thanks to the tunable (400 DPI - 2000 DPI) sensitivity rating with the Logitech Options Software (which is an optional - but you REALLY should download it to unlock all the features that the M575 has to offer).

    Logitech claims the ERGO M575 will 24 months on a single battery (which they kindly include with the device) …. I repeat….2 years….with the USB receiver. Sure, you lose some months (approximately 4 months off that previous number to be precise) if you chose to operate it in Bluetooth mode, but seriously…it’s hard not to complain. I can’t speak to how well/accurate the battery life to these claims – but based on my decades of experience with wireless Logitech products – they have NEVER been really off in their estimates – so I have no reason to doubt their claims here. Some people might think the lack of having a “built-in” rechargeable battery is a bad thing … but I strongly disagree. ALL BUILT IN BATTERIES will require replacement at some point in time (depending on usage, sometimes sooner than later) and are generally NOT USER SERVICEABLE. The ERGO M575 wisely have a user-friendly battery compartment that allow YOU to choose what type of battery/cell to place inside, and enables you to provide your own brand of high-performance rechargeable batteries if you should so choose. I also dig that they include a nice little recessed spot inside the battery compartment to store the USB receiver when not in use. It is little touches like that I appreciate from the product engineering department.

    As much as I appreciated everything ERGO M575 has brought to the table, it may not be perfect for everyone and ever task. As I mentioned previously, I don’t think this is the best solution for PC gaming or software usage that requires a large number of customizable buttons/presets/macros either. The M575 could also benefit from a user selectable scroll wheel (it only has the “clicky/knobby” style feel by default, but I think that is because I have become so spoiled with Logitech’s other mice that have the optional ability to use a type of smother “hyper” scroll that is much better for viewing/editing long documents/pages – so unfortunately, I kind of expect it on everything now. I don’t exactly have “large hands, and for me the ERGO M575 doesn’t “feel” too large to be unusable – quite the opposite as I have pointed out – but at the same time I felt like my hand was “resting on it” versus completely “driving” the device, however I think this is primarily due to the ergonomic design of the M575 and obvious trackball design style. Lastly, you WILL still have to pop out the track ball from time to time to get dirt/gunk/grime off of it (and possibly the optical sensors underneath it) – but it is super easy to do, and require maybe 30 seconds of time if/when that ever should occur.

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    >>>>> Closing thoughts: <<<<<

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    The Logitech ERGO M575 is a lot of mouse tech for a relatively low price. If you haven’t tried a trackball before – this is the one to get. You won’t spend a fortune, and even if you don’t use all the time – as an additional to your other standard peripherals/input devices – the times you do use the M575 – your wrists and desk will thank you for it. I have had such an enjoyable time with the ERGO M575 I really kick myself for not keeping up with the innovations and changes that Logitech has brought into this particular device field.

    Jan 18, 2021 23:00
  • Review by Evolved1, 8 out of 10
    A Nice Ergonomic Option For Any Office

    The Logitech ERGO M575 Wireless Trackball Mouse with Smooth Tracking is a nice change of pace in office for various reasons. Before we get into more, let’s talk about what’s in the box and the setup. Inside the box, you will find the mouse and some simple instructions. Within the mouse, you will find a USB dongle and a AA battery. To complete the setup, you can either attach the USB dongle to the computer or push the button on the bottom for a Bluetooth connection. I decided to go with the Bluetooth connection and it went smooth.

    As someone who spends a lot of time in the office, it’s important that things are comfortable and stay that way for long periods of time. Within the last year, I discovered that the standard mouse started to create forearm and elbow issues. Here’s where the ERGO M575 comes in to help things out. The tilt and elevation of the mouse helps to alleviate fatigue and strain on the arm and hand. While this model isn’t as pronounced, it still sets the hand placement at a good position. To go along with that, the added feature of a trackball helps out too. It may take a little time to get used to the thumb trackball, but it’s smooth and works well. The response time is great. Plus I can keep my arm in one place and not have to worry about deskspace either.

    All in all, the Logitech ERGO M575 is a great selection for someone looking to improve the ergonomics of their desk or has limited space. With the option of simple connections, it doesn’t get any easier to set up and use right away either.

    Jan 18, 2021 21:41
  • Review by Jared, 10 out of 10
    This is the way.

    This mouse is a modern version of the old trackman series! It works perfectly and can be switched between 2 pcs as the push of a button!

    P.s. The ball is the same size as the 1990's version, which is why my ball is red in the pics!!!

    Aug 07, 2021 05:45
  • Review by TheOffice1234, 8 out of 10
    GOOD, BUT NOT FOR ME

    REVIEW: LOGITECH - ERGO M575 WIRELESS TRACKBALL MOUSE – BLACK

    Best Buy Tech Insider Network

    GOOD, BUT NOT FOR ME

    There is lots to like about the LOGITECH - ERGO M575, but in the end I could not get used to it. If we assume you like and are used to this type of mouse (side mounted thumb controlled roller ball) there is a lot to like about it. It was easy to connect to my computer over Bluetooth and use right away. I like the recycled materials, long battery life (2 years), scroll wheel and comfortable fit in my hand. I could not get the speed adjusted to my taste. I have multiple monitors of various resolution and the LOGITECH - ERGO M575 seems to work best on a 1080P monitor. On my 4K monitor I had to crank the speed up very high (using the optionally installed Logitech Options software) but then I had a really hard time clicking on cells in a spreadsheet or highlighting text in a word processor with any accuracy. If I slowed down the mouse to allow for more granular selection, then it took forever to move it across a 4K screen. I found the rotation of the ball relatively stiff, but I assume it will loosen up over time.

    Again, I’ll chalk most of this up to user preference and not take away points due to my preferences. Most of my devices (keyboard, mice, etc) are all ergonomic, and I know from experience you have to force yourself to use it for a good 30 days to get used to operating that device. This was just too big of hit to my productivity to invest the additional time to try to enhance my aim / accuracy.

    BUILD QUALITY

    Focusing on construction, it is solid enough, but seems lightweight. Possibly because of recycled materials or desire to reduce the amount of plastic consumed it just does not feel solid. The ball especially feels “cheap” more like a ping pong ball, compared to other roller ball mice I own. It is perfectly functional, just does not feel heavy duty. Most of my other mice with track balls have a heavy glass feeling to them. This has a definite plastic feeling to it. The mouse movement is not very smooth or precise.

    It was environmentally packaged with minimal packaging the instructions are even printed on the packaging instead a separate paper.

    PRO’s

    - Compact Size (not a giant device that takes over your desk like other balls)

    - Recycled Materials

    - Long Battery Life

    - Easy to get working and install

    CON’s

    - Does not feel heavy duty

    - Optional Software (Logitech Options) needed to control functions like speed, did not operate correctly on some of my systems. (locked up) so I could not adjust the speed for example. Web searches reveal this is not a new problem to Logitech.

    - In general, it does not feel very smooth rolling or precise that I would expect at this price point.

    SUMMARY / CONCLUSION / RECOMMENDATION

    I’m dropping a point from the LOGITECH - ERGO M575 for build quality and inconsistent software functionality. It seems like more of an attempt as cost reduction vs improvement. I feel this is an OK option if you are a Logitech die hard fan on a budget. Let’s face it there are not many choices out there and the competitive brand is much more expensive. If you need a precision device then you probably need to open your wallet a little wider.

    Jan 16, 2021 11:28
  • Review by Dski, 10 out of 10
    Love This Mouse

    I really like this mouse. I was not sure at first, it's a change from a traditional mouse that you have to move around. it took me a few days to really get used to it and now it is my favorite, and love that it takes up so little space next to my keyboard. oh, and if you have a Logitech keyboard (I do) you can par it and only need one USB receiver plugged into your computer for both. that's a win-win for me.

    Feb 21, 2021 10:41
  • Review by mrjlwilliams, 10 out of 10
    I like it

    I have the older generation, and this one is a nice upgrade. It feels better, giving me more grip when using. It’s still ok the larger size, but I have big hands.

    Buttons are nice and clicky, and respond well when used. The scroll ball is useful, if you have a small desk area too. You’ll like it, and it’s much less in price than my other 1st gen. It was double the price. Oh yeah, I love the color.

    Jan 11, 2021 12:34
  • 9.4score
    HyperX - Pulsefire Haste Wired Optical Gaming Mouse RGB - Black
    Description

    The HyperX Pulsefire Haste is built for elite gamers looking to gain every fraction of a second possible. Weighing in at 59 grams, this full-featured, responsive honeycomb shell mouse has everything you need, just without the extra weight. TTC Golden micro switches provide satisfying, reliable clicks so you won’t have to worry about missing inputs. The flexible HyperFlex cable and the virgin-grade PTFE skates provide a smooth, easy glide and responsive movement. Ultra Lightweight, 59g, Hex Design, Honeycomb Shell, HyperFlex Cable, Up to 16000 DPI, 6 Programmable Buttons

    7 Features
  • Ultra-light hex shell design: Provides feather-light weight at no loss of durability
  • HyperFlex USB Cable: Reduces tension and resistance so mouse can move at ease.
  • TTC Golden Micro Dustproof Switch: Durable and reliable switches rated for 60 million clicks.
  • Pure virgin-grade PTFE skates: Provides low friction & high responsiveness for a quick effortless glide.
  • Grip tape included: Provides enhanced control and tracking without sacrificing comfort.
  • Six programmable buttons: Provides access to frequently used commands and functions for powerful control.
  • Compatible with most versions of Windows: Works with most PCs.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Garv1215, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse

    I really like how the wires are super light and the mouse is as well. Felt a dramatic difference when I upgraded my mouse.

    Feb 17, 2021 16:55
  • Review by Nick, 10 out of 10
    Amazing mouse for $50

    Picked this mouse up about week ago, but I've probably clocked 30 hours with the new season of CoD and updated Warzone map. I've been using the Razer Viper Ultimate for a while now, and I just wanted something else to mix it up. I'm just going to get to it, and say the Pulsefire Haste is amazing. Switches on it are more tactile than my viper, so you get nice crispy clicks. I like the side buttons more on this the Viper, because they protrude a little bit more, however they require a little more force. I think both mice similar scroll wheels with the Viper having slightly more tension, and on the Haste it requires more force to press down. Build quality feels solid, has PTFE feet on it, and it's 10+ grams lighter than my Viper. This reminds a lot of the Glorious Model O, which I also have, but the Haste has better build quality, switches, and scroll wheel. Overall, I'm super impressed with this mouse, and at $50 I'm not sure you'll find a better a mouse. I should also note I have medium/large hands, and I claw grip my mouse. If you're looking for somethings smaller than I would say look at the Viper mini, which is similar in cost and people love.

    Apr 26, 2021 09:44
  • Review by Xaniel, 10 out of 10
    Lightweight “Budget” Gaming Mouse

    I was recently in the market for a new gaming mouse, and immediately saw the Pulsefire Haste as a tantalizing prospect because of its ultra-light 59 gram weight. Despite its minimal weight, there is absolutely no compromise in build quality. At all. It’s cable is also fantastic, and on par with paracord mouse cables. Unless you have the budget to purchase high-end mice like the GPX Superlight, or Viper Ultimate, I wholeheartedly recommend this mouse, it’s just such a fantastic budget efficient mouse. Phenomenal Job HyperX!

    Jul 23, 2021 18:13
  • Review by Bigsushi76ttv, 10 out of 10
    Amazing

    An amazing super light cheap mouse. Personally with big hands it fits me and it feels amazing I would buy if you want a light mouse

    Jul 19, 2021 19:12
  • Review by Bryce, 8 out of 10
    Mouse Rating

    Overall a good mouse, no complaints. It’s worth the price tbh and it has a long cord for easier movement.

    Sep 24, 2021 15:53
  • Review by Chrys, 10 out of 10
    MORE THAN WORTH 50K!

    Great lightweight mouse with minimal rgb on it! Don't settle on expensive mouse when you can have this.

    Apr 07, 2021 22:52
  • Review by Jeremiah, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse

    Really light, just like what was intended. The holes sort of help your hand breathe so if you get hand sweat, that’ll help. Also, comes with rubber grips in the box that are optional to apply to the mouse for extra grip, slightly hard to align it perfectly but nothing has to be perfect. Some customization also with the HyperX NGENUITY app for PC with custom DPI settings, lighting modes, and key binds. Love this mouse, would recommend.

    Nov 05, 2021 23:23
  • Review by SilentEclips3, 10 out of 10
    Great for fps

    This mouse surprised me I play a lot of fps games and this is a awesome buy if you want a accurate and light weight mouse without a high price tag get this when it’s on sale you won’t regret it the comfort is great I wouldn’t recommend it for someone with small hand size it will not be a good option I would say go with viper mini or g305.

    Nov 22, 2021 19:52
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - M720 Triathlon Wireless Optical Mouse - Black
    Description

    Switch between devices without swapping your mouse by using this Logitech Triathlon multi-device mouse. Pair it with up to three computers or tablets via Bluetooth or a Logitech Unifying Receiver and toggle to each one individually with the Easy-Switch technology. A responsive scroll wheel and customizable software make using this Logitech Triathlon multi-device mouse easy.

    7 Features
  • Logitech Advanced Optical Tracking technology: Improved LED light positioning makes this optical mouse more responsive and accurate.
  • Logitech Flow technology: Seamlessly control up to three computers with one mouse and copy-paste text, images and files between them (Mac and Windows PC only).
  • Wirelessly connects to your computer with Bluetooth: This mouse connects to your computer without using wires or taking up a USB port.
  • 8 buttons: Provide access to frequently used commands and functions for powerful control.
  • Scroll wheel: Enables smooth, fast movement.
  • Maximum of 1000 dpi: Lets you find the perfect sensitivity.
  • Compatible with most Windows and Mac computers: Works across a wide array of computers.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Keola, 10 out of 10
    Great MX Master alternative

    Originally bought two MX Master 3’s for my wife and I, as it’s considered the best productivity mouse available. She’s a Project Manager and therefore a mouse-jockey big time. However, my wife has relatively smaller hands and she felt it was a bit too large. So we went back to Best Buy and tried out other mice they had available. She preferred the fit of this Triathlon mouse. It still has the ergonomic shape with the thumb rest, just not as pronounced as on the MX3. It’s lighter and more maneuverable for her. Overall, she’s happy with it.

    Sep 25, 2021 10:01
  • Review by ODH3, 10 out of 10
    My new favorite mouse

    I'm a Designer/coder who also does vector illustration using a mouse, and in recent years I've preferred a higher-end wired Gaming Mouse (Logitech G600).. but with multiple machines to access regularly, it was a pain to have multiple devices. This triathlon is awesome, highly customizable, and actually feels better than my previous wired mouse. Battery life is just amazing too.

    Jun 07, 2019 16:17
  • Review by CoffeeHound, 10 out of 10
    Great Ouse if you use t in your right hand

    Logitech - M720 Triathlon Wireless Optical Mouse - Black

    This has been a great mouse for me for the last few years. I have used this mouse on several different computers and it pairs easily. There are 3 different channels and you can set up a different channel for different computers.

    One drawback - this mouse is practically unusable for lefthanders. I am left handed but I use a mouse with my right hand. I bought one for my left handed wife - that didn’t work out so good.

    Jun 04, 2021 16:16
  • Review by Bossofone, 10 out of 10
    Really good wireless mouse.

    Best mouse I have ever owned. The fact that it does not need the little adapter is great. Frees up a usb port on my laptop for other devices. Connects to computer without any problems.

    Feb 01, 2019 21:00
  • Review by Sammz111, 10 out of 10
    Love anything Logitech

    Never have a complaint about anything Logitech. Plugged in the receiver and instantly connected. Great mouse with a few extra buttons on the side to assign for games.

    Jul 30, 2021 15:59
  • Review by brirus, 10 out of 10
    Mouse that fits like a Glove

    I LOVE Logitech! This mouse is contoured so well to fit any users hands, small or large. I Love the ability to pair the mouse to 3 separate devices and swith inbetween each at a click of a button. So convenient and less clutter. Great job! Buy this Mouse!

    Apr 06, 2021 22:18
  • Review by Ekitilomo, 10 out of 10
    Great Mouse

    I love this mouse. I hooked it up without using the Bluetooth adaptor. It’s currently working with 2 laptops (a Mac & a Windows system).

    Jan 01, 2021 16:01
  • Review by shaz, 10 out of 10
    Best mouse purchase

    This is literally the best mouse I have ever owned. The grip feels so natural alomost the part of the hand. It can conncet to three devices and perfect for my multi-OS setup. I would highly recommned it to buy if you are in the market for a great mouse.

    Feb 05, 2021 16:40
  • 9.4score
    Microsoft - Bluetooth Ergonomic Mouse - Glacier
    Description

    Work in comfort all day with our premium wireless ergonomic mouse. Navigate precisely and access your most-used features with three programmable buttons.

    9 Features
  • With BlueTrack technology, your mouse works on a variety of surfaces: This mouse's blue beam is four times larger than a standard laser, and it captures a high-contrast image of whatever surface it's on for precise accuracy.
  • Three customizable buttons: Add app-specific functions to be more productive.²
  • Machined aluminum scroll wheel: Machined aluminum scroll wheel designed for precise navigation.
  • Precise Navigation: Teflon base with precise tracking sensor glides smoothly over a variety of surfaces⁴
  • All-day comfort, wireless design: Comfortable ergonomic design, with soft easy-to-grip thumb rest, promotes natural hand and wrist position.
  • Light, durable design: Seamless finishes, in premium materials.
  • Wirelessly connects to your computer with Bluetooth: This mouse connects to your computer without using wires or taking up a USB port.
  • Compatible with most versions of Windows: Works with most PCs.
  • Complement your style and workspace with a choice of colors.: Choose from Glacier, Peach, Pastel Blue, and Black.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Jimmm59, 10 out of 10
    Microsoft mouse

    The design of the mouse feels so natural in your hands buttons are streamline very smooth and responsive I would recommend to anyone

    Apr 17, 2021 08:36
  • Review by ConfettiDreamz, 10 out of 10
    Best Little Mouse

    My laptop only has 1 USB port so I wqs looking foe a true Bluetooth mouse. This is truly a Bluetooth device! It does NOT require the USB adapter to go in the computer! It is also able too Bluetooth to other devices.

    Jul 24, 2021 20:28
  • Review by BirbTechEnthusiast, 10 out of 10
    Pretty Decent Mouse

    Nice lightweight mouse. My only complaint is that I wish the forward and back buttons on the side were a bit bigger. They would be easier to use. Price is pretty good. I like how it has a more premium feature like multiple devices at this lower price. Comes included with AAA batteries so that's nice. Really love the feel of the mouse where your thumb goes also.

    Dec 25, 2020 15:19
  • Review by tcorbin594, 10 out of 10
    Polished mouse with great features.

    This wireless mouse is very comfortable and responsive. Also nice to have 3 profiles in the mouse to be able to easily and quickly switch which device it controls.

    Huge plus to have the Bluetooth connections that don't need to USB adapter.

    Oct 31, 2021 11:35
  • Review by TheHammer, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse

    Great mouse, especially for the money. This mouse replaced another blue tooth mouse that would freeze constantly. I have had no problem this this Microsoft mouse. It was easy to link with my laptop. Highly reccemend.

    Nov 13, 2021 08:29
  • Review by WorkFromHomeDad, 10 out of 10
    Great mid-level Bluetooth mouse

    Great purchase and nearly the equal of the Precision model by Microsoft that normally sells for twice as much.

    Very responsive and good battery life so far. Feels like a premium accessory.

    Nov 22, 2021 21:50
  • Review by Nomousingaround, 10 out of 10
    No Mousing Around

    Great product. Easy and comfortable to use. I like the fact that you don’t need an additional device to connect the mouse. This frees up the USB ports on your computer.

    Oct 22, 2021 16:54
  • Review by K3Mom, 10 out of 10
    Love it!

    I love this mouse. It is sensitive and responds well. :)

    I use the computer hours on end and this mouse makes it so much better

    Nov 10, 2021 18:25
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - M330 SILENT PLUS Wireless Optical Mouse with USB Nano Receiver - Black
    Description

    With the same click feel and over 90% noise reduction compared to classic mice, M330 SILENT PLUS offers a quiet experience for yourself and those around you. It has a long-lasting up to 24-month battery life with auto-sleep and a powerful up to 10-meter wireless range. Plus, it’s designed with contoured grips made of soft rubber for total comfort. Just plug the tiny USB receiver and it works with Windows, Mac, Chrome OS or Linux. Finally, the Logitech Advanced Optical Tracking guarantees smooth and precise moves on almost any surface.

    6 Features
  • Quieter click: Logitech’s SilentTouch Technology reduces over 90% of clicking sounds while ensuring top performance, meaning you can feel every single click but hear virtually nothing.¹
  • Crafted for comfort: With contoured grips made of soft rubber, the noiseless M330 SILENT PLUS mouse is built to give great comfort to right-handed users.
  • Long battery life: This cordless mouse has up to 24-month battery life, and automatically switches to sleep mode when not in use, allowing you to focus on your work without the hassle of changing batteries.²
  • Advanced optical tracking: With a wireless range of up to 33 ft, this quiet computer mouse provides high-performance precision and smart cursor control on most surfaces.³
  • Plug and Play: Plug the USB mini-receiver into your Windows, Mac, Chrome, OS, or Linux computer and forget about it; you can even add more compatible wireless devices without using multiple USB ports.
  • Compatible with most Chromebook: This product is tested and certified as Works With Chromebook, which means it meets Google’s compatibility standards and works seamlessly with your Chromebook.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by luigi7, 10 out of 10
    Silent mouse

    Good for streaming or meeting, I can hear a little bit but its okay

    Sep 22, 2021 11:05
  • Review by CyFair05, 10 out of 10
    Very good mouse Logitech wireless

    Very good product, works very well and great price

    Dec 07, 2020 10:25
  • Review by Sc380, 10 out of 10
    Love this mouse!

    Being a frugal person, I don't like spending money on unnecessary things. However, this mouse is joy a to use. I love the soft, "silent" click. It fits so well in the hand and is very comfortable to use. Only 2 things would make it perfect.

    1) A unifying receiver. The USB receiver that comes with this device can only connect to this device it seems. It cannot connect to multiple logitech devices, like the unifying receivers can. This is important if you have both a wireless keyboard and mouse from logitech and only want to use 1 USB receiver. However, this mouse can also connect to a logitech unifying receiver if you have one. Beware that if you first connect it to another USB receiver (some as the unifying type) and then want to connect it to the USB receiver that comes with it, you must then download the logitech connectivity software to establish the connection to this mouse. It is simple to find the software online by searching for it, but I had expected it to be a little more simple I guess.

    2) It would be great if it had the ability to switch between different computers, but it does not.

    For the above reasons, I am getting a different mouse for work, but this mouse will do for home use.

    Aug 08, 2020 22:53
  • Review by NonTech, 10 out of 10
    A smooth move

    I love my quiet wireless mouse. Its extremely easy to set up and use and its everytbing it claims to be...quiet. i have a touchscreen computer, but using this mouse allows for much quicker movements in a document. After careful research, I'm So glad I chose this.

    I paid a bit more than I would have for just a basic wired mouse, obviously, but the price was not unreasonable for this standard sized (not micro) wireless mouse. I would purchase it again.

    Oct 23, 2021 13:57
  • Review by Computer, 10 out of 10
    Mouse

    This mouse surprise me! It’s very comfortable for the hand, fit perfect. And I love that is sil3t, you still can her just a little bit but 10x better than normal mouses

    Jan 31, 2021 16:10
  • Review by Kmnguyen0904, 10 out of 10
    Logitech does it again for outstanding products

    I really like this mouse. Probably the best mouse I ever owned by Logitech. Very comfortable and lives up to the "silent" part.

    Nov 08, 2021 09:05
  • Review by stark1023, 10 out of 10
    Silence is golden

    This might be the best mouse I've ever purchased. It's simple and you could probably hear a pin drop before you hear the click sounds on this.

    Nov 01, 2021 18:54
  • Review by Garnet, 10 out of 10
    Silent clicker

    If you're looking for a silent clicker, this is one of the best there is. It's easy and comfortable to use too. :)

    Nov 05, 2021 16:02
  • 9.4score
    Microsoft - Surface Mobile Mouse - Sandstone
    Description

    Light, portable, comfortable mouse is perfect for precise navigation on the go. No cords or dongle - connects wirelessly to your Surface via Bluetooth®. Enhanced wheel is optimized for smooth, natural scrolling. Works on a variety of surfaces¹ thanks to BlueTrack technology. Choose from Platinum, Ice Blue, Poppy Red, and Sandstone.

    4 Features
  • Your go-anywhere mouse: Enjoy comfortable navigation on the go with Surface Mobile Mouse. Its light, low-profile design fits easily in your bag without the bulk of a traditional mouse.
  • Wireless Bluetooth® connection: Surface Mobile Mouse pairs easily with your Surface laptop via wireless Bluetooth® connection - no cords or dongle required.
  • Smooth, comfortable scrolling: Surface Mobile Mouse features a smooth, sculpted design with a wheel that fits comfortably in your hand and supports smooth, natural scrolling.
  • Mix and match with other Surface accessories: Surface Mobile Mouse coordinates perfectly with Surface Go Signature Type Cover,* Surface Pro Signature Type Cover,* and Surface Pen.*
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by JayD, 10 out of 10
    Better than the magic mouse!

    I used to have a magic mouse for my old MacBook as I decided to get a Dell laptop, the magic mouse wasn't compatible which I turned in and got this mouse for less than half of the price compared to the magic mouse!! I like it much better!

    Jan 24, 2020 22:01
  • Review by Clewing0513, 10 out of 10
    Cool

    Never used a WiFi mouse and was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was too set up! And more pleased to know that it had a battery already in it. This mouse it's literally ready to go outside the box. A little button to turn it off and on so you don't dressing the battery. Idon't know that I would recommend as a primary mouse for all the time use is you suffer with carpal tunnel or any issues with your wrist.

    Mar 02, 2019 19:33
  • Review by dalan66, 10 out of 10
    OK to be BLUE...if you are Microsoft Cobalt Mouse

    I purchased my Microsoft Surface Pro almost a year ago. At that time, I also purchased a different color Signature Type Cover and Mouse. I recently changed to the Cobalt Blue and am very happy with the upgrade. Same great technology, but the Cobalt...simply much more elegant and does not show wear as do some of the other colors.

    Feb 22, 2019 16:14
  • Review by Lachi, 10 out of 10
    The best

    quick easy connection. very like and matches my surface

    Jun 09, 2020 11:44
  • Review by Cammy, 10 out of 10
    OMG!!!!!

    I’m in love with this mouse! I have never in my life been so happy with a purchase from Best Buy! The way the mouse moves is so smooth, and it connect to my computer fast through blue tooth! If you’re thinking about getting this, just buy it! No regrets! 10/10 mouse!

    Mar 27, 2021 11:31
  • Review by as58552, 10 out of 10
    I would recommend.

    Got this with my new Pro 7. It is quite a bit smaller then my old mouse, so it took some getting used to. I have bigger hands and was used to the mouse fitting into the palm of my hand. I've used this mouse for a couple days now and really like it. It is made of quality materials, the scroll wheel is very smooth, and the buttons are easy to push. I got this for free with all the other stuff I bought for my new Surface. So it's even better.

    Oct 20, 2021 15:36
  • Review by KenD, 10 out of 10
    Definitely worth it

    Nice and compact for travel. This mouse is well built and feels premium. I strictly use this when I travel with my laptop, but at home and stationed it's paired with a full sized gaming mouse. I love that's it's Bluetooth and I don't have to worry about losing a USB receiver.

    Oct 22, 2021 16:12
  • Review by MyNickname, 10 out of 10
    Decent laptop mouse

    I was hesitant to get this bluetooth mouse at first because it doesn't have the forward/back buttons on the side which I am accustomed to, but it is a decent laptop mouse. It's not bulky which fits nicely on your work briefcase. Pairing is easy with Windows 10. The OS recognized it quickly without having to open up the bluetooth settings.

    Sep 20, 2021 15:58
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - M525 Wireless Optical Mouse with Ambidextrous design - Black
    Description

    Logitech M525 Wireless Mouse: Everyone in your household can comfortably navigate features on your PC or Mac with this mouse, which features an ambidextrous, contoured shape with rubber grips for right- and left-handed use. The included unifying receiver allows you to wirelessly connect the mouse and up to 5 other devices to your computer, so you can enjoy freedom of motion.

    6 Features
  • Logitech Advanced Optical Tracking technology: Improved LED light positioning makes this optical mouse more responsive and accurate.
  • Wireless connection: A unifying receiver connects up to 6 compatible devices, including the mouse, to your computer.
  • Faster scrolling and better navigation: Our innovative micro-precise wheel packs more grooves per milli eter, making scrolling through long web pages faster and easier. The tilt wheel offers easy horizontal side-to-side scrolling through large spreadsheets or images.
  • Contoured design: Ambidextrous, contoured shape with rubber grips, so this mouse can be used comfortably whether you're right- or left-handed.
  • Smart sleep mode: Helps conserve battery power.
  • Compatible with Chromebook, Windows and Mac computers: Works across a wide array of computers.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by kdimal08, 10 out of 10
    Reliable for several years

    I've owned several of these over the years. They will honestly last about 2-3 years before they start having a "double click" issue (the button will register single clicks as double clicks every so often). However, during those 2 years, it's been one of the best and most responsive mouse I've ever used, and is able to work on different surfaces. I've tried other mice on the market and always ended up returning them and buying one of these. It's priced well enough to warrant purchasing a new one every few years if you can get it on sale.

    Jan 24, 2016 10:47
  • Review by britt, 10 out of 10
    PERFECT FOR OFFICES & SCHOOLS great quality last

    Good price, dependable and perfect for laptops when you are often on the go and traveling, worked really well with my windows laptop i had for work. Bought them for all student computers and office computers at work. I hated always being surrounded with wires and trying to hide them from guests because it is ugly. This allowed such sleek and modern abilities. As soon as I used the first one and knew it would run slow or have any glitches for being a wireless mouse, I bought the remaining computers all one. Comfortable grooves, clicking and scrolling features. Runs off of the most common battery (AA or AAA can't remeber) and it lasts a long time. It will stop using the charge once idle for so long but never took a long time to wake back up. This is the best mouse to invest in for companies with many computers and schools that have computer and research/study labs for students because they can last a lifetime. If you lose or break the connector for back of computers - once used for another mouse can be used as soon as you plug in - it will recognize the nearest mouse and begin to control automatically. For public places - the only issue i had is that people would steal mouse since it can easily fit a pocket and not attached to wires and wall but most people would forget the piece attached to computer. BIG PLUS FOR ME was that the small attachment was able to fit and be sealed in an opening made underneath the mouse so that way you can transfer, move, package etc. in an organized way without fearing you will lose the attachment.

    Nov 27, 2020 05:50
  • Review by Picklehead, 10 out of 10
    The case of the malfunctioning mouse

    I purchased this mouse after the one I was using malfunctioned. I went to Best Buy not knowing if the problem was due to the mouse or some other component. I described the symptoms to a Sales Associate and he concluded that it was a malfunction of the mouse. I didn't take his conclusion as gospel but his reasoning seemed reasonable so I bought a new mouse. It has worked perfectly

    Sep 04, 2021 14:39
  • Review by Yancy, 10 out of 10
    Good quality and price

    I've had this mouse for a while now and still like it. Does everything I need and can be easily used in both hands (I like to switch to keep the carpal tunnel at bay.)

    Nov 19, 2021 15:59
  • Review by Nmyers, 10 out of 10
    Comfortable Mouse

    Second time with this mouse. My previous employer had provided this and for my new job I had to have the same one again. Fits great into my smaller hands and its comfortable to use all day.

    Nov 08, 2021 07:19
  • Review by markntx, 10 out of 10
    Logitech M525

    Logitech mice are always out of the box, plug and play, easy to use, and time tested. Great mice all the time. Wireless makes it super easy to use.

    Nov 18, 2021 17:41
  • Review by ahs1, 10 out of 10
    Well balanced general purpose mouse.

    Decent performance and quality for mixed work/home general use. Small enough to slip in backpack but large enough to have good ergonomics.

    Nov 06, 2021 12:24
  • Review by David, 10 out of 10
    Best logitech mouse I like

    It is the best logitech mouse I like. It is precise, light, and the battery can last for a long time.

    Nov 24, 2021 09:00
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - MX Anywhere 3 Wireless Compact Mouse for Mac with Ultrafast Scrolling - Pale Gray
    Description

    Master it, anywhere with MX Anywhere 3 for Mac–a compact performance mouse designed for your Mac or iPad no matter where you work –from the home office, to the cafe, to the airport lounge. The electromagnetic MagSpeed scroll wheel is faster, quieter, and more precise. A low-profile design is contoured for the shape of your hand –with silicone side grips ensure that it’s always soft to the touch.MX Anywhere 3 for Mac is built to withstand the bumps and drops of mobile work. And a track-anywhere sensor means you can work on virtually any surface.App-specific button customizations speed up your workflow in the apps you use most. Redefined settings for Microsoft Teams and Zoom let you instantly mute and Start/Stop your video call.Requires Logitech Options software, available for macOS and Windows®.

    8 Features
  • MagSpeed scrolling: Remarkable speed, precision, and quietness of electromagnetic scrolling with the MagSpeed wheel that allows you to effortlessly scroll 1,000 lines at once and stop on a pixel.
  • Logitech Flow enabled: Allows you to control multiple computers across macOS operating systems to effortlessly transfer text, images, and files between them.
  • Logitech Darkfield tracking: Track on virtually any surface, including glass, so you can work seamlessly at a desk, in a cafe, even on a couch.
  • Modern low-profile design: Crafted to fit your hand, this comfortable mobile mouse provides the control you need at home, at work, or on the go.
  • Compatible with macOS and iPadOS: Connect up to three devices, and switch between them with a tap of the button.
  • Wireless Bluetooth connectivity: Enables reliable connection to Bluetooth-enabled devices.
  • Six buttons: Provide access to frequently used commands and functions for powerful control.
  • USB Type-C quick charging: Stays powered up to 70 days on a full charge and gets three hours of use from a one-minute quick charge.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Atimm, 10 out of 10
    Magnetic Magic

    I got this for my MacBook. It works great and the Logitech Options app allows you to make adjustments and remap buttons. The best feature of this mouse is the scroll wheel. The magnetic magic they put into this wheel makes it worth buying. You can adjust the resistance, ratchet strength, transition from ratchet to smooth, and finally (the best part) no resistance. Scrolling through web pages is so pleasant.

    However, with my iPad, the scrolling isn’t NEARLY as pleasant. But I think that’s an issue with iPadOS not having proper support for the mouse. It scrolls fine, but you won’t get the same accuracy/smoothness.

    Interesting experience worth mentioning,

    While it scrolls nicely on my MacBook, it actually feels even better with my PC. A Mac mouse feels more fluid on my PC than the Mac? Interesting for sure.

    Lastly, the 3-button device switcher under the mouse is so convenient. A press instantly toggles between devices when you assign each to a different device. So 1 is my iPad, and 2 is my PC.

    Overall, I recommend this mouse no matter what you’re using it for. It works great on any platform (iPad, Mac, and PC).

    Just make sure to enable the smooth scrolling setting in Logitech Options and disable resistance to experience the magic of the wheel.

    Dec 04, 2020 15:56
  • Review by FlightMedic, 8 out of 10
    Compact and Versatile

    As compact mice go, the MX Anywhere 3 for Mac by Logitech is one of the better ones I've used. While not perfect, the slim design and form factor, along with the feature set, make this, a great little portable mouse.

    I installed this mouse on both a MacBook Air and iPad Pro 2018. Bluetooth setup for both devices was quick and easy. Make sure bluetooth is on for the device you are pairing. Power on the mouse by sliding the toggle button on the underside, then touch the easy-switch button which will automatically place the mouse into pairing mode.For the second and third device you will need to push the easy-switch button until you get to the corresponding 2 or 3. That's it. Once your device sees the mouse in the list of available bluetooth devices, select the MX Anywhere 3 and click connect. You're off and running.

    Logitech also offers a Logi Options for Mac, which is a downloadable program (unfortunately not available for iPad OS) that allows you to customize the MX Anywhere 3 to fit your needs. This robust program is a gem and I highly recommend the download. With this you are able to customize nearly every part of mouse. Swap left and right buttons, adjust pointer and scroll speeds, change scroll direction, enable smooth scrolling and horizontal scroll, as well as adjust the scroll force. Additionally you can setup different mouse button actions for individual and specific apps, which is amazing. These profiles are downloaded to the mouse so they are remembered for each device you use.

    Logitech has created what they call Logitech Flow which allows you to move the MX Anywhere 3 cursor across multiple computers. This feature must first be enabled inside of Logi Options, and all computers you wish to use Logitech Flow with must also have Logi Options installed. Additionally, all computers must be on the same network. Once enabled, you have the ability to drag and drop files, and move text or images between computers by simply moving your mouse to the edge of the screen onto the next, much like a multiple monitor setup.

    Vertical scrolling is line-by-line by rolling the scroll wheel as you would do for typical mouse scrolling (Ratchet scrolling). However, if you free-spin the scroll wheel the MX Anywhere 3 automatically turns to what Logitech has termed, MagSpeed. According to Logitech this will scroll up to 1000 lines per second.

    Horizontal, or side scrolling, is accomplished by holding down either one of the side buttons while using the scroll wheel.

    The MX Anywhere 3 performs all of the standard and more advanced mouse functions just as intended. Scrolling is fantastic, cursor movements are fluid and accurate, and tracking is flawless. Speaking of tracking, I have not found anything this device isn't able to track on. I have tried different surface types, colors, and transparencies such as wood, laminates, pads, glass, metal, painted, reflective, heck I even used my pants and the accuracy is unrivaled.

    Logitech claims an approximate 70 day battery life from a full charge, which is via USB-C by the way. I have not owned the mouse long enough to verify the accuracy of this claim. What I can say is I did not initially charge this mouse. I took it from the box, performed setup, and began using it. After a week of heavy use between two devices, the battery indicates a full charge remaining. Side note - battery life can be found inside Logi Options.

    One area I wasn't as impressed was the click noise. Now this is not the loudest mouse I've ever used, but it is far from the most quiet. In a noisy environment you're not likely to notice, however in a quiet area with low ambient noise, you'll definitely notice. I would love to have the much lower click noise of the Logitech Pebble M350 built into the MX anywhere 3.

    I want to speak specifically about how this mouse functions with iPad OS. Holy cow! I absolutely LOVE using this mouse with my iPad Pro. If it weren't for the Logitech branding you would almost think this mouse was designed by Apple. Not because of the form factor, but how well this mouse functions within the operating system. I have been able to pull down notifications, trigger Spotlight search, pull up the multi-tasking windows, and perform the typical use-case functions such as selecting text, copy, paste, scrolling, etc. I am truly impressed by how well this works with my iPad Pro.

    The form factor is compact and lightweight making this easily portable. I keep this in a small pocket inside my shoulder pack along with my iPad Pro and MacBook Air. No additional charger needed due to the lengthy battery life and the ability to use the USB-C charger from my iPad if needed.

    Overall this is a rather fantastic mouse. Customizable, portable, and easy to use and setup. This has become my daily driver. I have no issues recommending the MX anywhere 3 to friends, family, or co-workers.

    Sep 25, 2020 22:12
  • Review by TechGuru, 10 out of 10
    Compact Performance Next gen Mac Anywhere Mouse

    This version of MX Anywhere 3 is designed for Mac & iPad users that features a cool pearl white finish to complement the finish of my white desk setup.

    This mouse is very compact and portable, designed ergonomically contoured and is very comfortable to hold featuring soft silicone side grips. Also, has a thumb area with back and forward buttons, gesture buttons and a thumbwheel. It comes with next generation MagSpeed scroll wheel similar to MX 3 for mac which is fast, precise, silent and automatically shifts between line by line scrolling and can track anywhere. You can also switch between the ratchet and hyper-fast free spin scrolling by a touch of button. It has lot of customization options that can programmed to different applications via Logitech options software. Like previous MX this mouse can be connected up to 3 devices using Bluetooth (doesn’t come with usb dongle as this is designed for mac).

    It works as expected with Windows OS with no functionality loss. I have paired this mouse with 2020 MacBook air, iPad7 and Windows 10 and it works great with no lag. Also, this mouse uses the gesture button to emulate the three finger gestures from the magic trackpad for mac users due to 4000 DPI sensor for flawless control and accuracy anywhere. Works on my glass table without any mouse pad and works on any surface with no flaw.

    Battery is advertised by Logitech to last 70 days of use on a full charge and 3 hours of use from one minute of charging. Hope it’s similar to the MX master3 for Mac but will update the review once fully tested after 70 days. Also, the charging cable that includes in the package is USB-C to USB-C.

    Overall, great ergonomic, customized mouse with lot of features for mac and for someone looking for the alternative to apple magic mouse 2. Highly recommend this anywhere mouse that is compact, portable, performance for apple fan boys.

    Sep 14, 2020 08:48
  • Review by BMunster, 10 out of 10
    Much better option than the Magic Mouse!

    Much better than the Apple Magic Mouse. Better feel in the hand, holds a charge about 3x as long, and personally I like the scroll wheel better than the Magic Mouse version of scrolling.

    Very happy!

    Nov 03, 2021 13:17
  • Review by Indiaj0nes, 10 out of 10
    Logitech Quality Beats Apple Magic Mouse

    This is a review for the Logitech MX Anywhere 3. This is my first experience with the Anywhere series and i am going to compare this this mouse to my Magic Mouse 2 (which i abandoned).

    I had a chance to connect this thing to my macbook air and my Ipad and i can tell you that this is a wonderful piece of quality equipment

    Pros

    ——

    Battery life -70 days on full charge on a typical usage (About a month on the magic mouse 2)

    USB Type C charging , basically you can use your macbook charger

    Scroll-wheel - scrolls up-to 1000 lines per second (Magic Mouse 2 does not have a scroll-wheel)

    works on any surface (I struggle constantly with Magic Mouse 2 on wood

    Available in Pale Gray, Graphite and Pink (Rose)

    Cons

    ——

    Would love to have a 6 month battery in exchange for size increase.

    BUILD QUALITY

    Logitech is king of quality on build. Like every other product i have owned from logitech, it never breaks!! i dont have a good excuse of replacing logitech products. This Mouse - MX Anywhere 3 for Mac is no different, it can easily take a few throws on the wall.

    The buttons are made of very good quality and the mouse has a good weight to it. The scroll-wheel is made of metal.

    CONNECTION

    Connection is through a bluetooth connection and it can connect to 3 devices. you can change the device it connects to using a button on the bottom of the mouse. The mouse can be turned ON and OFF using a different button.

    CUSTOMIZATION

    You can use the logitech control center to customize the buttons. For example, i use the side buttons for copy and paste.

    Pressing the side button and using the scroll wheel will give you horizontal scrolling (This is by default). There is no customization with the magic mouse 2.

    USAGE

    As the name goes, this mouse is small/compact and it can be used on any surface and still operate with high precision. Hence it is a great travel companion without having to take a mouse pad. you can use it on airports (Once covid ends).

    Magic mouse 2 lasts for a month which is half the battery life of the Logitech MX Anywhere 3. I also had a lot of trouble using the magic mouse 2 even on wood, this logitech mouse coasts on any surface!!

    1 minute charges gives you 3 hours of usage and the best part is that you do not need a lightening cable like the magic mouse 2. This one can be charged using your macbook charger…

    Overall i think it is a great buy and will last a lifetime.

    Oct 06, 2020 20:15
  • Review by Farns, 8 out of 10
    There needs to be 4.5 Stars! So CLOSE!

    In the market for a new mouse and I've been a very satisfied Logitech customer so I figured I'd five the MX Anywhere 3 a shot! The light grey aesthetic blended nicely with my iMac and other Apple OEM accessories.

    Any iMac owner knows that the included mouse is fantastic, but it's minimalistic. The first thing that struck me about the Logi is that there are 3 customizable buttons. I quickly downloaded the software and made the thumb buttons copy/paste and the top button below the scroll wheel a shortcut to the screen clip feature. So far I LOVE having those shortcuts at my fingertips and makes all three functions so much faster.

    The next thing that jumped out at me was the USB-C charging and the charging location at the tip of the mouse. My iMac doesn't have USB-C, but I can only assume that i could use the mouse plugged in, as opposed to the other mouse in my life that has the charger located at the bottom of the device. Definitely another win here!

    The ergonomics felt great in the hand and I even kind of liked the way that the rubber sides felt. It is a plastic housing. For me this price point I would imagine that's fair. It didn't feel light or cheap which is great!

    The only reason I would deduct a half star is because I quickly began to miss horizontal scroll functionality. True, there is horizontal scrolling if you hold a side button and scroll the wheel but it doesn't feel as intuitive as swiping your finger right and left across the top of the mouse that I'm used to. For me I think I'm OK with that considering the excellent convenience of the 3 shortcut buttons.

    Other things that I liked was the easy pairing and the ability to add it to my iPad or MacBook should the need arise. Overall I'm happy with the MXA3 and would recommend!

    Sep 15, 2020 21:17
  • Review by psyclopps, 8 out of 10
    Great for travel, basic features but done well

    Summary: I have been slowly integrating myself into the Mac ecosystem and this mouse makes travel great with my MacBook Pro.

    Pros:

    - Easy pairing

    - USB C

    - Outstanding wheel

    - Great design

    - Accurate movement

    Cons:

    -No horizontal wheel

    Unboxing: The box is not very large. In it, you will find documentation, a USB C to USB C cable, and the mouse.

    Set up:

    I paired this mouse with my mac. You will need to go in the Bluetooth menu on your computer and pair it with one of the three available devices for the mouse. Yes, you can pair it with up to three computers with a button underneath to switch computer connections.

    Use:

    Its size is perfect for tossing into a backpack. There are left, right click buttons, a forward / back browsing button set near the thumb, a school wheel and a button to dictate if the scroll wheel will have a smooth scroll or a “click” scroll. I found the “click” scrolling to be a little better overall as the smooth one can overshoot what you are looking at as it is not as accurate as a two-finger swipe on the track pad.

    Accuracy over Bluetooth is outstanding, and I could not notice any lag whatsoever in daily use. Reconnecting when turning on is fast as long as your Bluetooth is already on.

    The only downside is there is no horizontal wheel so if you want to scroll left/right you will not find it.

    Sep 13, 2020 18:59
  • Review by emiliosic, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse for a MacBook

    Having used the previous MX Anywhere 2S on a PC, this improves in several aspects an already very well designed mouse.

    While being a travel mouse, this is very comfortable for daily, extended use. It feels comfortable in hand. The ribbed sides provide better grip.

    The 'for Mac' edition is white (cream) with a silver-painted plastic base. Also it does not come with the MX USB receiver. Otherwise is the same as the universal (black) version.

    First, this mouse comes with an USB-C charging port and USB-C cable, so it can be used directly with the MacBook charger or charge from the computer, and it still works while being charged.

    It has the two standard left and right button, two buttons (typically backwards and forward) on the left side, the scroll wheel which is clickable (as in middle button) and another configurable center button.

    Tracking is precise in any surface I tried, including glass.

    The scroll wheel is a standout feature in this mouse: When the 'SmartShift' mode is enabled via the Logi Options application, the wheel starts by tracking in steps, however, if scrolling faster, it automatically switches to freewheel mode. Useful when scanning large pages for example. When the wheel starts rolling slower, it switches back to step mode. This is controlled with magnets inside the mouse. The center button also controls the wheel scroll mode.

    Unlike the older model, the wheel does not move left/right, but when the 'Horizontal Scroll' mode is configured on the Options application, it works by simultaneously holding one of the side buttons while scrolling. It took little time for me to get used to this.

    Like other 'MX' mouses and keyboards, it can be simultaneously paired to three devices at the same time (Mac, PC, Android, Chromebook, iPad) be either Bluetooth Smart (Does not work with legacy Bluetooth) or with the 'Unifying' USB receiver, that sadly, is not included with the Mac version of the mouse, but if you're already using one, it will pair just fine.

    For iPad, it needs iPadOS 13 or 14.

    The Logitech Options software that is also used through the MX line provides customization that goes beyond the control panel. It's very well designed with images, animations, and tool tips through the app. Particularly when it's first used.

    When used with this mouse, the application can be configured to alter the mouse settings depending on the application being used. This includes web browsers, Microsoft Office suite, teams and Zoom. For example, the default template for Zoom is to use the side buttons to mute audio or video.

    Another standout feature is the 'Flow' mode. This requires that one has a compatible Logitech keyboard, one of the MX series mouse, and two or three computers. Both computers also need to be on the same network (although one can be wired and another wireless as long as they are on the same network), and not on a VPN. When both the keyboard and mouse are simultaneously synced to these computers, Flow allows to switch both the mouse and keyboard automatically between computers (It changes the actual pairing selector on both keyboard and mouse, and also lets share clipboard and drag files between computers (copying from one to another).

    A minor annoyance is that unlike the previous model, it doesn't work as an USB mouse when plugged via USB-C. Also I did not appreciate that it doesn't come with the unifying USB connector (although Logitech is only providing USB-A versions for it). I find the USB adapter more reliable than the Bluetooth pairing on the MacBook. Particularly, it doesn't work in boot prompts with FileVault.

    I'm using the receiver that came with the MX keys keyboard, which can simultaneously pair to multiple keyboard and mouse.

    The mouse does work while charging though, which is useful.

    Sep 23, 2020 23:23
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - Pebble i345 Bluetooth Optical Mouse for iPad - Graphite
    Description

    Meet the Logitech Pebble i345. It takes your iPad to higher places with a level of precision and control you can’t get with a tablet alone. Use it to click, scroll, and control your workflow like never before. It’s small, portable, and comfortable—so you can keep exploring, wherever you go.

    7 Features
  • Slim. Light. Portable.: Slip Logitech Pebble i345 in your bag or drop it in your pocket. Take it to a poolside lounge, cafe table, or airplane, and say "hello" to your new mobile office.
  • Works on multiple surfaces: Logitech Pebble i345 tracks fast and accurately whether you use it on a table at your favorite coffee shop or directly on your bed covers.
  • Beautiful slim design: Just like an iPad, Logitech Pebble i345 is sleek and streamlined. With round corners, clean lines, and modern colors, it is the perfect match to iPad and looks great in any setup.
  • Easy setup with Bluetooth: Connect with energy-efficient Bluetooth LE for a reliable connection you can count on up to a 33ft range.¹
  • Silent: Work in a cafe, library, or even a crowded train without disturbing anyone around you. You’ll get the same click feel you love, but make about 90% less noise.²
  • Long-lasting 18-month battery: Up to 18-month battery life means you don’t have to worry about losing power. Logitech Pebble i345 automatically goes into battery-saving sleep mode when you’re taking a break.³
  • Multiple colors: Choose Logitech Pebble i345 in white or graphite to perfectly match the rest of your accessories.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by SirGalahad, 10 out of 10
    A Mouse Made Specifically For iPad?!

    You can check out the video review here:

    (https://youtu.be/w3qoBNIqGrw)

    PACKAGING/PAIRING:

    A lot of times you can tell the quality of a product by its packaging. Which sounds superficial and ridiculous but if you have ever opened an expensive product before, you will know that there is something special about it. This product feels top tier. Its packaging is small and compact and there is no wasted space. The mouse is covered in a nice plastic case to prevent damage. Once inside you will find a pull tab to allow the battery to make a connection. The mouse is already turned to the on position and will immediately go into pairing mode. Then you just go to Bluetooth devices on your iPad and hit connect and you are up and running. The box also comes with safety information and a simple and to the point instructions manual for pairing and replacing the battery. I would rate the overall experience a 10/10. As a bonus, you can simply put the mouse back into the original packaging for travel purposes to keep the mouse extra protected if needed or just inside the plastic case.

    AESTHETICS/BUILD QUALITY:

    The top of the mouse is held on by three light magnets. They are strong enough to keep the top on and not allow the battery to come out. But weak enough that you can easily remove it to change the battery. Underneath the top plate you can see the battery, scroll wheel, and switches for the left and right click.

    The scroll wheel takes a mild to moderate amount of pressure to scroll with. The center mouse button takes mild amount of pressure to depress. Overall, the scroll wheel is one of the better ones I have tried. The overall scrolling is solid but a bit inconsistent at times. Meaning it is jumpy and not as smooth as you are used to on a PC. This does not interfere with usage in any way. This experience is a lot more fluid with a trackpad. But with that said the pointer precision you get with a mouse is better than you do with a trackpad. So, they equal each other out depending on your preference.

    The left and right click require a mild to moderate amount of pressure to click and are very quiet where people around you will likely not even hear them. They feel wonderful. If you have ever used Logitech mice in the past, they have a very nice click presence and it continues on with this product. Almost as good as their gaming mice.

    On the bottom of the mouse you have two mouse feet, an on/off button, a pairing button, a blue LED, and the sensor. The on/off button is fairly good. I have seen better with their other mice. It is relatively easy to turn on/off but requires a bit of pressure or the use of a nail. The pairing button is a bit recessed but also relatively easy to press. Right above it is the LED indicator which will not be covered up with your thumb. Which is a nice attention to detail that a lot of products get wrong. When using the on/off and pairing button it is difficult to not press the left and right mouse button in the process.

    In regard to the mouse feet. They are terrible whether used on a hard surface or a cloth mouse mat. If you move the mouse a moderate amount it makes a lot of noise and is very scratchy to the feel. For most, this will never be a problem since their pointer speed will likely be fast which limits the overall movement of the mouse which resolves this issue. I complain about this because it is loud enough that if you were in a quiet environment and had low mouse sensitivity it could distract those around you.

    Battery life is also ridiculous. I think they say 18 months. Obviously, I cannot test this as this product just came out. But based on their other wireless gaming mice I have used Logitech is usually excellent in the battery category.

    The overall mouse feels incredibly solid. Without any creaking or weak points that I could notice. The very top shell of the mouse could break if it were to pop off and bend. But the likelihood of that happening is slim. It is also very small and portable which is perfect. You can easily slip it into a bag or your pocket and be on your way.

    USAGE:

    Pointer precision is good. It was able to track on a variety of surfaces without any problems. It is super beneficial when trying to do productive work such as me typing up this review. As I can edit far more easily with a mouse than I can with my finger by clicking between words/letters, highlighting text, and using copy and paste. You add a keyboard and you have a pseudo laptop on your hands. Which for me took my iPad from being a consumption device to a productivity device that I could use in school or at work.

    But it is not all rainbows. As I have noticed that not everything that I click on will actually work and sometimes I have to use my finger instead as it won’t register the key press. But this is few and far between. Some apps also work better than others. I believe this is due to lack of support for certain apps. Which should improve in time.

    The gestures for the mouse are simple to learn but feel foreign. To bring up the app bar you scroll down to the bottom of the screen, then scroll further to go home. If you want to check your notification you will go up to the top left and click the time/date. Or just scroll straight up. Last, if you want to check your quick settings you go to the top right and click the Wi-Fi/battery indicator and it comes up. Otherwise you have to use normal touch gestures to navigate. Using a trackpad is better. As it is integrated more with touch and you have more gestures to navigate making it feel more like a laptop instead of a tablet.

    SETTINGS YOU CAN CHANGE:

    In the Settings you can control the following: Tracking speed, natural scrolling, mouse (left or right click depending on your dominant mouse hand), contrast, automatically hide pointer, color of the pointer, pointer size, pointer animations (I found the pointer to be more accurate with this setting OFF), and scrolling speed among a few others.

    CONCLUSION:

    Overall, I think this is an excellent addition to the iPad if you do any type of productive work on it. Such as typing up documents or creating anything that requires pointer precision. If all you use your iPad for is a consumption device, then I’m not sure how much benefit you would gain from this. But for the price I think it is completely worth it. As the build construction is solid and the mouse buttons feel great to use. It will be hard to find something better in the same price bracket. iPadOS still has a way to go before it fully feels like a Laptop. But this is an excellent step in the right direction.

    May 09, 2020 20:00
  • Review by nickcal, 10 out of 10
    A good sidekick for the iPad

    I’m pretty big on staying productive. That’s why I love my mobile devices and ability to connect remotely to my work computer from home. Apple has done a great job providing mobile devices that keep us all productive. I’ve been continually impressed with how they adapt and upgrade their devices like the iPad. As wonderful as the mobile computing device has been over the years, it has lacked some pretty standard performance options like mouse support. Thankfully, this year, Apple included mouse support with a software update bring the iPad into the next phase of its life.

    As it turns out, not all Bluetooth mouses are created equal and it can be hard to find one that works well with the iPad. The only requirements are that you have to have an iPad running iPadOS 13.4 and a Bluetooth mouse that complements the iPad — like the Logitech Pebble i345.

    The Logitech Pebble i345 is a compact Bluetooth mouse that is specifically designed to work with the iPad and its mouse support system. I’ve been using Logitech mouses for years and have found them to be the most reliable mouses by far when it comes to connectivity and use. Connecting the Pebble to the iPad is very simple. The mouse runs off of 1-AA battery that is preinstalled. In order to activate it, you have to pull a battery tab that is sticking out of the side of the mouse. I noticed that my Pebble was turned ‘on’ so before I pulled the tab out I switched it off. When it’s time to change the battery, the top panel of the mouse — the one that your fingers actually rest on — pops off the body of the mouse to reveal the battery slot. When you are done replacing the battery, the top panel clicks back into place.

    As far as using the mouse goes, I connected it to an iPad Air and thought it worked beautifully. With regular navigation of the mobile device, I found the mouse to be responsive and comfortable to use. The mouse functions seem to go very well with the system that is set up within iPadOS for mouse control. I used the mouse to navigate through several menus and apps, scroll through a news feed or two, and play a card game. I didn’t have any problems with it.

    The mouse has a very slim profile and I could see my hand having some cramping issues if I used it for an extended period of time. That said, I was playing the aforementioned card game for about an hour and didn’t seem to have any discomfort while playing it. The button clicks and scroll wheel all have a soft, gentle feel to them. The mouse seems to be very well-made and I could see it traveling well if thrown into a laptop bag or carrying case for an iPad.

    For the purchase price of $29, I feel like this is a good investment. The only thing that would be great is if the mouse was chargeable or if you could even recharge it from the iPad. Other than that, it’s a very nice sidekick for the iPad.

    May 09, 2020 16:15
  • Review by KathyN, 10 out of 10
    It’s the perfect bluetooh mouse

    I love this Logitech bluetooh mouse for iPad. It is so cute, so precise, and so reliable.

    I bought it because it’s got high ratings and good reviews.

    Everything people said about it is true. It is a very good very solid product. Logitech makes beautiful, highly reliable products.

    I highly recommend it.

    I have attached a couple of closeup photos.

    Ignore the American flag sticker. It is because I have 2 at home. I needed to add a sticker on 1 so I could tell them apart.

    Apr 14, 2021 01:20
  • Review by Bruno, 10 out of 10
    Amazing

    Amazing works even without a mousepad the best mouse for iPad by far but there are some websites where u will still need to use touch just like with any mouse

    Apr 24, 2021 15:53
  • Review by AllAboutTech, 10 out of 10
    Perfect hardware and software implementation

    Verdict: I am sold! I love the Logitech Pebble i345! I didn’t think I would like having a mouse for the iPad… but when using the iPad with a Bluetooth keyboard, it is way more convenient to reach for a mouse than to mess with the screen with a finger. The mouse is simple but it’s all you need, and the implementation is flawless.

    Initial impressions. The mouse is light and feels like a travel mouse, which works well for a platform like the iPad. Nothing exceptional about the aesthetics… it looks like a small mouse but it feels nice in the hand; it’s not too small and not too big. The scroll wheel action is smooth (not clickity), ultra-quiet, and feels nice. Buttons are also silent, which is nice to use in a classroom or meeting environment. Nicely done!

    Setup. It’s hard to imagine a better setup experience. The mouse button was already in the on position, and all I had to do was pull the paper tab to allow the battery to slide into place and power up the mouse. In just seconds, the mouse was connected to the iPad Pro via Bluetooth. From there it didn’t work though! I quickly realized that my iPad Pro was lacking the latest iOS update. I downloaded it in just a few minutes and then the mouse came to life immediately. So, if you don’t see the dot on the screen for the mouse after setup, it’s likely because you don’t have the latest iOS.

    Features. The mouse can be turned off, and probably should be when traveling to save battery life. The battery life is advertised as 18 months, and it takes an AA battery so really no concerns there. It works on any surface! I can now leave my iPad on my desk and navigate the iPad with the mouse operating on the armrest of my chair!! I am so impressed by the implementation of the mouse with the iPad: it is intuitive, the right click is so much easier than long press or force touch, and IT JUST WORKS! Every time you want to use it, it works!

    Things I like:

    - Great size… not too small, and not big

    - Ultra quiet! I can use it in any setting at work

    - It works on any surface

    - Setup could not have been easier

    - Software implementation is flawless

    - Great range! If you are using your iPad to stream video or slides to a projector, you can use the mouse to scroll from a podium or desk. Range is 10 meters!

    Things I don’t like:

    - I wish it came with a small travel case, even a cheap zippered pouch. I would pay an extra couple of dollars to have a hard case so I know that it is safe. In my case, when in my backpack, I now keep the mouse in the original plastic shell it arrived in… it adds a layer of protection.

    Overall, this mouse is great. I am VERY happy about my first iPad mouse ever. Next time, I recommend including an inexpensive travel case to truly make this mouse the perfect ultra-portable companion to the iPad.

    May 11, 2020 15:05
  • Review by Felix, 10 out of 10
    Awesome!

    It is not expensive as the Apple’s Magic Mouse,and works surprisingly well with my iPad Pro! I recommend it.

    May 29, 2020 15:56
  • Review by WyldeBlue, 10 out of 10
    Essentially flawless PC-style iPad travel mouse!

    PROs:

    - Travel-mouse sized for easy on-the-go stowage

    - It's no joke--the mouse clicks and scroll wheel are virtually dead silent--can easily be used in a quiet but crowded setting without bothering others

    - Quick/simple pairing that you've come to expect from products legitimately "Made for iPad"

    - Seems to track well on variety of surfaces and materials--even plain/uniform surfaces with little to no tracking features (smooth table tops, fabric seat cushion, etc.)

    - Battery changes (assuming you need one any time soon thanks its purported 18 month battery life!!!) are mercifully simple thanks to an upper lid that is magnetically held in place--just lift the top, replace the battery, and pop the top back into place

    - Very pleasant to the touch--not a liquid-smooth surface for a slippery feel, but a subtle, soft-touch textured surface that is easy to grip and hold with assurance

    CONs:

    - Travel-mouse sized--so while it transports easily, it's not necessarily ideal for heavy duty use or those with bigger hands. Dashing off an e-mail or tweaking a document or image while having coffee at a sidewalk cafe--sure; everyday use for a content creator or journalist/blogger--eh, I think it might get fatiguing after a while

    - Not a dig on Logitech per se, they are simply using the iPad's built-in pointer capabilities, but you should know what you're getting into--the grey dot-cursor is fine, but it can sometimes be a little hard to see on an crowded screen depending on the background color; and when you're navigating between icons down at the quick-links/dock bar, the dot disappears entirely and instead the icons simply swell and shrink a bit as you pass over them (note that these options can be tweaked somewhat in the "Settings>Accessibility>Pointer Control" sub-menu)

    - Customization of the mouse buttons requires some DEEP sub-menu navigation that you may not have ever seen before if you weren't already using a mouse or other assistive input devices: "Settings>Accessibility>Touch>Assistive Touch (turn on)>Devices>Pebble i345>Customize Addition Buttons (press button on mouse)>(Select function from LONG list of possible actions)"...it's not self-evident so it may take a little bit of effort to get the mouse buttons to behave exactly as you want/need

    Summary observations:

    Like most things associated with Apple's iDevice-inspired ecosystem, this Logitech iPad mouse manages to marry both form and function to create a nearly flawless, certainly seamless, computing experience you didn't necessarily know you needed. My experience with the iPad has been, by and large, based on direct touch-interface--touching the screen to make things happen on the iPad is very natural for something that is already IN my hands. But there have been rare occasions when I wanted to use my iPad for a bit more desktop/PC-like experience (taking notes at a conference, working on a document that I simply didn't have a chance to finish at the office, etc.) and I even have a Bluetooth keyboard for those rare occasions. But I've been perfectly fine reaching out a touching the screen for "mousing" gestures and actions because that's what I usually did when working on my iPad anyway. This mouse takes the idea of a portable workspace further by providing you a pretty complete, desktop-like experience for people who use their iPads more like a desktop computer. And in that capacity, this mouse really does shine. Once you connect it via simple Bluetooth pairing in the iPad's "Settings" menu, the pointer immediately comes up on the screen and goes to work.

    I don't know for sure about something like the newer iPad Pro, but at least on my last-gen iPad Air, the built-in Pointer function that this mouse leverages doesn't provide a PC-like cursor per se--it's a [variably-sized] dot that is more like a "finger-tip simulator" to indicate where you would be pressing down on the screen next if you were using your finger. That is, until you hover over text, and then the dot smooshes down into a vertical cursor to indicate the position of text entry--it's actually pretty slick and works well in execution. Additional options for the cursor-dot are buried in the Accessibility submenu and can affect size, color, contrast, and outline of the dot to help (somewhat) with findabiltiy on a crowded or busy screen. The mouse action was smooth and accurate across every surface we tested and the scrolling action up and down is pretty effortless--but, the scroll wheel does provide enough reassuring resistance so that you wouldn't accidentally scroll around on the screen due to a free-spinning center wheel. The click action short and muted--you get enough haptic feedback to know that you've clicked a button, but there is virtually no audible "click" to the switches. This makes for a very unassuming use case where you can operate a lot of controls on screen with the mouse without making a lot of noise doing so.

    The only other observation I can think to add is that while this mouse works out of the box mostly as you'd expect it to, customizing the Pebble to do *exactly* what you want takes a bit of finesse if you haven't gone spelunking into the bowels of the iPad's Assistive Touch sub-menus before. This isn't so much a function of the mouse's design as it is a commentary on the iOS pointer functions, and what it might take to get you the experience you're after. Honestly, we were REALLY close to passing on this mouse because it didn't seem like there was any way to navigate back to the home screen to open a new app...having the cursor "captive" within a single app quickly frustrated my wife when she wanted to switch because she just had to reach out and touch the screen to bring up the home screen and find a new app anyway. But after I set the scroll wheel's "Button 3" function to "Home" in the iPad's Assistive Touch setting menu, suddenly the Pebble was a great deal more convenient and functional for how SHE wanted to use it.

    Overall, this is a solid, capable, very reasonably priced, travel-sized mouse that I can't imagine would let you down in your aims to achieve desktop-like mousing performance on your iPad. If you can get past/tolerate the slightly smaller form factor, the style, ergonomics, capability, and usability of this mouse makes for a fantastic productivity enhancement to your iPad-based workspace...definitely recommended!

    May 23, 2020 10:55
  • Review by phoenixfta, 8 out of 10
    Good device that needs iOS support to be great

    I like Logitech products in general. Nice designs, good quality, and highly functional. The pebble checks those two of those three boxes, but through no fault of it's own only gets a small check in functionality.

    It's small enough to conveniently toss in your pocket or bag and even fits in some tablet carrying cases. It feels nice in your hand and the scroll wheel and buttons have nice feedback. It also tracks nicely on just about any surface. A very important feature because you probably don't use your tablet in conventional settings.

    It was super easy to set-up via Bluetooth on my iPAD Pro.

    So what's not so great on functionality? For me, it's the iOS (and apps) that really isn't ready for conventional mouse use. I'm not afraid to experiment with clicking, double clicking, dragging, etc. Some times it was a real asset, and other times I just decided to use finger gestures- particularly in drawing apps.

    Still, I'd recommend the Pebble i345 because it's useful and will only become more so in future iOS and app updates I'm sure.

    May 29, 2020 14:58
  • 9.4score
    Microsoft - Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 - Cyan Blue
    Description

    Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500: This ambidextrous mouse comes with a nano transceiver that plugs into your PC or Mac's USB port, so you can wirelessly connect with ease. BlueTrack technology allows powerful, precise tracking on a wide range of surfaces.

    5 Features
  • With BlueTrack technology, your mouse works on a variety of surfaces: This mouse's blue beam is 4 times larger than a standard laser, and it captures a high-contrast image of whatever surface it's on for precise accuracy.
  • Wireless connection: This mouse connects to your computer using a nano transceiver. You can stow the transceiver inside the mouse when not in use.
  • Ambidextrous design: Can be used comfortably whether you're right- or left-handed.
  • Battery indicator: Keeps you informed about the battery's status. An on/off switch lets you conserve power by turning the mouse off while not in use.
  • Compatible with most Windows and Mac computers: Works across a wide array of computers.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by GreatLaptop, 10 out of 10
    Great Little Mouse

    I love my little mouse! Granted, it was smaller than I expected but it fits in my hand perfectly. This is a great mouse to purchase for any type of need.

    Dec 21, 2020 15:47
  • Review by HILDA, 10 out of 10
    Mouse works smooth

    This mouse works great. It it very smooth gliding. it has the basics for a mouse. There is Left and Right and scroll. These all work better then expected. My other mouse had lots of buttons and had its own mind. I love this basic wroks as it should and better gliding and accurate clicking.

    Feb 12, 2021 22:08
  • Review by traveler, 10 out of 10
    Very good product

    This mouse is very dependable. The size makes it comfortable to hold and a great feature is that it works on any surface. A mousepad is not needed.

    Dec 26, 2020 10:25
  • Review by Basketweaver1, 10 out of 10
    Great buy!

    I was just looking to have spare mice for my house with all the computers and use it during COVID-19. I bought a black one and a blue one. They are sleek and they work perfectly. And it does come with a battery. That’s the first time I’ve ever seen that in the packaging.

    May 03, 2020 09:37
  • Review by Omar, 10 out of 10
    Recommend

    The quality is surprisingly good compared to its price. I got it at a discount price of 10$. It works on any surface and the click buttons are really great.

    Feb 05, 2021 21:42
  • Review by Mallie20, 10 out of 10
    Just for right for my needs

    I am constantly on my laptop and sometimes the pad can get a little annoying especially when it doesn’t pick up my fingertips. Being able to use the mouse at my convenience is great. It’s not too small and not too big. Does the job for what I need and compact.

    Aug 19, 2020 16:36
  • Review by Donne, 10 out of 10
    My go-to mouse

    This is my second time buying this mouse. I have small hands and the mouse accommodates that very well. The scroll wheel clicks and feels tactile and responsive. I feel no discomfort after a full workday's use. Nice blue color, too. I have no complaints.

    Oct 14, 2018 01:34
  • Review by Blancovic, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse

    Easy yo use and very nivel mouse everything work fine

    Feb 05, 2021 15:37
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - M355 Wireless Optical Mouse with Silent Click - Graphite
    Description

    Navigate the busy work day with this slim and modern Logitech portable wireless mouse. The sleek pebble-shape compact design offers portability, while the silent clicks and ultra-quiet scrolling feature let you work discreetly. This Logitech portable wireless mouse offers dual connectivity via Bluetooth and a USB port for versatile connection options.

    7 Features
  • High-precision optical tracking: Tracks fast and accurately.
  • Dual connectivity: Connect the way you like via Bluetooth wireless technology or via the included tiny USB receiver.
  • Long battery life: Allows your mouse to stay powered for up to 18 months on a single AA battery.(Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions)
  • Optical technology: LED lights scan the surface beneath the mouse to detect movement with a fair amount of accuracy, suitable for everyday computing and browsing.
  • Silent clicks and ultra-quiet scrolling: Enjoy the same click feel with over 90% noise reduction on the click sound.
  • Modern, slim and beautiful pebble shape: Design that is nice to hold, feels great in your hand and is easy to carry around.
  • Google compatible: This product has been certified by Logitech to meet Google's compatibility standards.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Kotor, 10 out of 10
    Perfect Primary and Travel Mouse

    HIGHLIGHTS:

    Compact and Portable, Wireless, Long Battery Life, Precision Tracking and Control, Quiet Operation, Comfortable to Use, Compatible with Windows and Chrome OS

    This is my second Logitech wireless mouse, so I had very high expectations. I use the excellent full-size Logitech MX910 on a nearly daily basis, so I was hoping for a similar stellar performance. I am happy to relate that my expectations were not only met but once again exceeded.

    SETUP:

    Setup couldn’t be easier. The first step is to pop the mouse cover off and insert the AA battery (Included). Then select your connection method from 2 available choices: USB receiver or Bluetooth. There is a button on the bottom of the mouse that toggles between the connection choices.

    If you use the USB receiver you must have a available full-size USB-A port. Once inserted in the port Plug and play takes over and automatically downloads and configures the necessary driver. This process takes only a few seconds before the mouse is ready to use.

    The second connection method is Bluetooth and is equally simple. Just search for the mouse in your Bluetooth device list and then pair it to your computer. Pairing this mouse is as easy as pairing a speaker or set of headphones.

    I was relieved to discover that when this mouse is connected by Bluetooth, I had no problem using Bluetooth headphones or speakers for sound at the same time.

    DESIGN AND USE:

    The button layout follows the standard mouse layout. The buttons are easy to reach and use. The scroll wheel operates smoothly and silently. The buttons also operate quietly and depress with a very pleasant and satisfying “click”.

    The mouse optics are fast and accurate. Precision tracking is critical for a mouse and this model does not disappoint.

    I tested this mouse with Windows and Chromebooks devices and found it to be fully compatible with both the Windows and Chrome Operating Systems.

    The Pebble Mouse operates off a single AA battery and is rated to last 18 months.

    The USB receiver conveniently and cleverly stores in the body off the mouse. The receiver inserts into a simulated USB port within the mouse. This is a very thoughtful design and especially useful for a travel mouse because it allows the receiver to be safely stored with the mouse until it is needed.

    SUMMARY:

    I could not be more impressed with the design and feel of the Logitech M355 Pebble Mouse. It is not only comfortable to use but feels very natural in my hand. I usually don’t like compact mice because they feel overly cramped to use, but this mouse is the exception. It strikes the perfect balance between compact size and usability.

    Because of the compact size It is the perfect travel mouse, but the performance is so good that it is also an excellent primary mouse. I can not recommend this mouse for highly. It is an outstanding value for the money.

    Oct 30, 2019 14:16
  • Review by DTMLacy, 10 out of 10
    Love it!

    Absolutely love it. I was looking for a multi-use bluetooth mouse and this was the one! It connects seamlessly to my android devices and gives a smooth experience on all of them. It's lightweight, but feels sturdy. And it's the perfect size for my hand.

    Aug 13, 2021 15:53
  • Review by Dani, 10 out of 10
    Useful Little Mouse

    I bought this mouse to help make my Chromebook usable for longer periods of time. I chose this model because it is specifically designed for Chromebooks, and it has not let me down.

    The mouse is well made and the "lid" is held in place by a set of magnets which make it really easy to access its battery slot (battery included). I do not know about you all, but I feel like I am about to break my devices whenever I have to fidget with their casings.

    I am very pleased with this purchase, but maybe the only feature I would have hoped Logitech included was an auto shut off.

    Oct 16, 2020 15:00
  • Review by sburg, 10 out of 10
    Wireless mouse

    Love the ease of this mouse. Moderately priced and worth the value. Sleek looking.

    Apr 17, 2021 06:34
  • Review by Designermouse, 10 out of 10
    Highly recommended!

    Best mouse i ever had! Very convenient for travel.

    Apr 16, 2021 15:55
  • Review by Angelo, 8 out of 10
    Great iPad mouse!!!

    I bought this for use with my iPad Pro and with the Logitech keyboard it feels like a I have a laptop!!! I also use with my work computer via the Bluetooth USB that has a place to hide in the mouse.

    Jun 11, 2020 10:13
  • Review by Chris, 10 out of 10
    Good for my daughter and her virtual learning

    Kid said she’s loving it. We have it connected to our Lenovo laptop but cannot get it to connect to the chrome book, which is mostly used for the schooling.

    Sep 11, 2020 17:51
  • Review by bradrobster, 10 out of 10
    Sleek and Smooth!

    Needed to replace my mouse that my wife and I share between our laptops. This Logitech M355 Wireless mouse was the perfect selection. This has a USB and Bluetooth option. This was perfect because my wife’s older Asus laptop does not have Bluetooth but my HP does. I was able to use the USB receiver in the Asus and connected flawlessly. She loves the smaller, smooth feel of this mouse, it’s very comfortable and easy to use.

    As for my HP, I pressed the button on the bottom of the mouse and held it, the Bluetooth paired quickly and I was able to use it on my laptop. To switch back, I just pushed the button again and it turned back to green from blue and the mouse activated on my wife’s Asus.

    That is really cool and works for both of us since we tend to use our boxes at different times anyway. This mouse has worked on all surfaces we tried it on. We are usually chilling out on the couch or chair and it works fine on the leather or fabric or kitchen table or desk.

    I highly recommend this mouse to anyone. It comes with an 18 month AA battery and the top easily is removed to replace the battery or store the USB receiver.

    Nov 05, 2019 18:21
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - USB Unifying Receiver
    Description

    Connect unifying mouses and keyboards to your computer with this Logitech USB receiver. Wireless functionality lets you efficiently link up to six devices per receiver, while the compact form factor takes up minimal bag space. Featuring 2.4GHz wireless technology, this Logitech USB receiver provides a reliable connection at a range of up to 33 feet for versatile use.

    4 Features
  • Compatible with most Logitech Unifying devices: Easily connect up to six compatible keyboards and mice to one computer - without the hassle of multiple USB receivers.
  • Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless technology: Provides a powerful, reliable connection up to 33 feet away with virtually no delays or dropouts.
  • Tiny design: You can leave the tiny receiver in your notebook, so there's no need to unplug it when you move around.
  • System requirements: One free USB port, Internet connection for software download, Windows 10, 11 or later.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by brunosoaress, 10 out of 10
    Small and reliable

    Works well with the MX Mouse and keyboard so now I can switch multiple devices pretty quickly

    Sep 24, 2021 17:04
  • Review by WestCA, 10 out of 10
    Wireless keyboard and mouse now work!

    Exactly as described Unfortunately, I thought the keyboard and mouse would work with a MacPro and it didn’t. I am keeping it since ithe keyboard and mouse can be used by the family who have HP laptops.

    Nov 19, 2021 19:12
  • Review by Stasia, 10 out of 10
    Worked Perfectly

    Worked perfectly! I had left my mouse key at my old office, however this universe key worked perfectly. Avoided having to buy a whole new mouse.

    Oct 29, 2021 20:15
  • Review by Mike, 10 out of 10
    Great Receiver

    Device works as intended. Simple to program a new mouse and/or keyboard to this receiver with the software that is provided (via download).

    Oct 21, 2021 14:04
  • Review by Radio, 10 out of 10
    Great purchase

    Worked as it is supposed to. Allows multiple sets of input devices.

    Nov 19, 2021 16:09
  • Review by ArmanAiCo, 10 out of 10
    It is great than anything else.

    It is great than anything else.It is great than anything else.

    Nov 14, 2021 09:42
  • Review by Rayray, 10 out of 10
    Great product

    This is a great product if you want to connect many mice or keyboards to your system.

    But you have yo make sure that you mice or keyboards have a logo on them that enable them to connect to it.

    Oct 13, 2020 19:53
  • Review by Jjlulue3, 10 out of 10
    Fast delivery

    Fast delivery, product was exactly what it appeared to be

    Oct 23, 2021 12:04
  • 9.4score
    Logitech - MX Vertical Advanced Wireless Optical Mouse with Ergonomic design - Graphite
    Description

    MX Vertical is an advanced ergonomic mouse that combines science-driven design with the elevated performance of Logitech’s MX series. The natural handshake position of MX Vertical reduces wrist pressure and forearm strain. The unique 57° vertical angle has been optimized for an ergonomic posture without compromising a pixel of performance. MX Vertical features a 4000 DPI high-precision sensor, resulting in 4x less hand movement and reducing fatigue. And the cursor speed switch allows you to instantly adjust DPI speed and accuracy with the touch of a button. MX Vertical stays powered for up to four months on a full charge – and gets three hours of use from a one-minute quick charge.

    8 Features
  • Natural handshake position: MX Vertical's natural handshake position reduces muscular activity by 10 percent compared to a standard mouse - without any loss in overall performance.
  • 57° vertical angle for improved wrist posture: MX Vertical's unique 57° vertical angle reduces the pressure on your wrist, while your thumb is positioned comfortably on the thumb rest.
  • User tested. Ergonomist-approved.: MX Vertical has been designed and tested with criteria set out by leading ergonomists - improve posture, lower muscle strain, and reduce wrist pressure.
  • Advanced optical tracking with cursor speed switch: The 4000 DPI high-precision sensor results in 4x less hand movement and reduces fatigue. The cursor speed switch instantly adjusts DPI speed and accuracy with the touch of a button.¹
  • Connect via Bluetooth or USB: Connect MX Vertical via the included Logitech Unifying receiver, or Bluetooth.
  • Comfort form with textured surface: MX Vertical is shaped for the human hand and smooth to the touch. Its unique form fits a variety of hand shapes and sizes, and the textured rubber surface assures a natural grip.
  • Rechargeable battery with quick-charging: MX Vertical stays powered for up to four months on a full charge – and gets three hours of use from a one-minute quick charge.²
  • Easy-switch and flow-enabled: Connect to up to three devices and switch between them at the tap of a button or by simply moving the cursor from one screen to another with Logitech FLOW.³
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by WyldeBlue, 6 out of 10
    Tough for small hands; need large/clear workspace

    PROs:

    - If you're coming from another vertical mouse, you'll find this one pretty comfortable to hold--the soft-touch plastic and nautilus shell finish around the curved trailing surfaces is really quite pleasing in the hand

    - Very responsive to minimal input with DPI settings at/near max--easy to limit wrist movements via software settings in Logitech Options app

    - Deep customization options for thumb/click-wheel buttons--you have a variety of pre-programmed shortcuts and actions you can execute

    - Quick and easy connection to Logitech's wireless unifying receiver--I already had one installed for my current mouse (MX Ergo Trackball) and it was online within seconds of powering up--adding the device via the software "Add Device" button allowed for customization of button shortcuts and DPI settings.

    - Takes some getting used to but definitely can aid in reducing wrist strain if you have your work area set up properly

    - Incredibly fluid and responsive left/right click buttons--minimal effort and button travel required for a click but the mechanical switch still provided some solid haptic feedback that the "click" was registered

    - Extremely light weight...between the adjustable DPI and minimal physical effort required to move the mouse around, the MX Vertical provides some of the most responsive mousing I've experienced in similar products to date

    - Center wheel scrolling was effortless with reassuring detents in the scroll action itself (i.e. the wheel is not totally loose and free spinning)

    CONs:

    - I don't have huge hands, but I typically wear a large or extra large in men's gloves...that said, I found the thumb rocker button to be too far away to use easily or rapidly, especially the button farthest to the front. In the "resting" or "standard grip" position on this mouse, I could not activate that front-most button with the tip of my thumb. Instead, I had to reorient my hand on the mouse by moving my palm closer to the rounded/sculpted back side so that my thumb had greater reach...but this routinely resulted in an errant left-mouse click because my pointer finger was then hanging over the front edge of the mouse button

    - I found that I needed a large portion of my forearm supported by my desk or the pain in my wrist was even greater than using a regular mouse because instead of resting my entire wrist on the desktop, I was resting just the side

    - The middle scroll wheel button required a lot of pressure to activate the switch underneath...due to the light weight and vertical orientation of the mouse, a middle click action would also routinely move the cursor to the left without conscious effort to hold the mouse in place

    - The left and right mouse buttons are predominantly flat...they don't quite match the curvature of the fingers when the arm is extended in the "natural handshake" position as touted by the MX's advertising/product brief...whether this is something that bothers you or not is a matter of personal taste. It bothered me because I don't extend my fingers out straight when I rest my hand on a mouse...as a result, I ended up sort of "clawing" into the mouse buttons at their ends with my fingertips rather than pressing down with the underside of my digits because my fingers didn't rest reassuringly or comfortably across the surface of the buttons

    I came to this mouse having used two other vertical mice and Logitech's own MX Ergo vertical trackball so my adjustment to the sensation of vertical mousing wasn't as jarring as it probably would be for someone coming straight off a traditional horizontal mouse. But make no mistake, if you have discomfort mousing with a traditional, horizontal mouse, going vertical MAY provide you some relief. However, it's important to consider the ergonomics of your desk/workspace as much as it is the mouse itself. If you tend to keep your mouse near the edge of your desk, you might find this experience a painful one because you're going to end up putting more pressure on an even smaller part of your wrist as you bend it sideways over the edge of your desk. I found the most comfort came by supporting a good deal of my lower wrist/forearm on the desktop and using the maximum DPI settings to help limit the amount of movement required to move the cursor around the screen.

    From a usability standpoint, this mouse was a mixed bag--or at least it was for me. Functionality and ease of use (especially the software) is top notch as I've come to expect from Logitech--it connected via wireless dongle quickly, was configurable via a simple and very easy-to-navigate program interface, and instantly got me mousing with little effort or overhead. Although I already had Logitech Options on my PC thanks to my existing trackball mouse (the MX Vertical was added seamlessly to the program, I might add), I uninstalled and re-installed the software just to get a sense of what it would take to add and configure the device from scratch. Setup was again speedy and trouble-free; it honestly look longer to download the installer than it did to get the mouse online and properly configured.

    But once I started mousing, I knew this wouldn't be for me...or at least, I couldn't use some of the customizations in the software that otherwise make this an attractive productivity tool and not just a mouse in a different form. Physically, the mouse really is comfortable to grip/hold in the hand; but as mentioned above, the thumb buttons were placed just slightly too far out of reach to engage quickly and routinely without having to lift and move my hand, and the center wheel button was too hard to activate without pushing the mouse around in the meantime. Because the fit and feel is likely going to be SO personal, I strongly encourage you not only audition the mouse in your own hand to judge the comfort level, but also in your own workspace...at least in my case, I needed to clear out enough room to ensure I wasn't creating more problems than I hoped to solve.

    Oct 18, 2018 18:46
  • Review by Dawntastic1, 8 out of 10
    Awesome concept, just not for everyone.

    This was my first attempt at using an ergonomic mouse, and may be my last. This mouse is very well made, soft to the touch and responsive. I just found it odd to use. I tried it out at work for about 3 days before switching back to my regular mouse. At first it took me forever to do everything because I had to get used to the different shape and learn how to use it properly... that took maybe an hour of constant use. Once I was acclimated to it using it was a breeze, but I still wanted my old mouse back. It is supposed to help with arm and even shoulder pain, which I suffer from, so I pressed on and decided to give it more time. I must say that more time really did nothing to change my mind. Maybe it was the way my desk situation is set up at work but I found no relief in my shoulder/neck pain and at one point even thought it may have made it worse. It was also weird because in Fishbowl, the system we use at my job, I had a hard time clicking on the links. I would be lined up over it and click the mouse but it wouldn't work, even with multiple clicks. And I'd end up moving the curser slightly if I clicked too much. That never happened with a traditional mouse, and only seemed to happen in Fishbowl, weird! I still gave this item 4 stars because it is well made, well thought out, and others will probably thoroughly enjoy it. A co-worker who has been wanting an ergonomic mouse tried it out at his desk, which is in the lab, and he found it to be very comfortable and had no gripes at all. So there you go. I am going to give it another try here at home and see how it goes. I would definitely recommend to someone looking for this kind of mouse.

    Oct 28, 2018 18:35
  • Review by cjviscito, 10 out of 10
    Another Logitech Homerun!

    I have come to expect a very high level from Logitech. From my Craft Keyboard, Harmony devices, Presenter remotes - Logitech has developed a reputation for quality in my mind.

    When I heard they were bringing a vertical, wireless mouse to the market, I knew I'd have to get one and try it out. Over the years, I've come to love vertical mice - there was a bit of a learning curve at the beginning, but now I can't ever see myself going back to a standard mouse.

    The first thing I noticed was the overall look and feel. This thing is beautifully designed and it also appears to compliment the design aesthetic of the Craft keyboard perfectly! The mouse itself has a total of 5 buttons and a click wheel:

    - Standard left / right buttons

    - Back / forward navigation buttons by your thumb

    - A tracking speed setting button on the top

    Admittedly, the back / forward navigation buttons were a bit wonky and took me some time getting used to - sometimes I still find myself using the browser buttons instead.

    The tracking speed setting is nice, so you can easily change it without having to dig into your computer's settings. I found the click wheel and other buttons to be response and enjoyable.

    It also comes with a Logitech universal receiver if your computer doesn't support Bluetooth connectivity - I've been using it with my Mac mini via Bluetooth and it's been rock solid dependable.

    It also uses Logitech's Options software so you can customize an even deeper layer of settings if desired - one cool feature that I've not had the chance to play around with is the ability to move from one PC to another simply by dragging the mouse off screen.

    It also comes with a standard USB-A to USB-C charging cable, but if you have the Craft keyboard, you should know that the plug is too big to fit, so if you want to share the same cord to charge both devices, you'll probably want to use the one that comes with the mouse.

    If you're a fan of Logitech hardware and are in the market for a vertical mouse, you should really consider this one. With it's premium price point, I will tell you that you get what you pay for. Considering that Apple and other companies have rechargeable mice that have similar features at similar price points, it's definitely in the upper end of accessory hardware.

    Oct 26, 2018 09:48
  • Review by Steph, 10 out of 10
    My Favorite Vertical Mouse

    I've tried several vertical mouses without much luck. They were all wireless and at some point they just stopped working very well. I LOVE that this one works wirelessly OR wired. If I need to use it wireless, so far so good. If it doesn't matter or I need it wired, works perfectly. I use this about 9 hours a day for work. I basically plugged it in and it worked. I did not do any customization (not needed for my use). No problems with it fitting my hand (female, 5'5'').

    Feb 07, 2020 15:38
  • Review by HMH32, 8 out of 10
    Ease of Use

    I like the ease of use. This vertical shape has helped with pain in both my wrist and elbow.

    Oct 28, 2021 13:46
  • Review by Marina, 10 out of 10
    My new everyday mouse for life!

    I started using this after about a month working from home. I was having some pain in my elbow and arm, because they were twisted using a regular mouse. After getting this mouse it was a big relief due to the natural position the arm stands when using it.

    It also has a great response to commands and the buttons are very useful once you get used to them!! Logitech products never disappointed me!

    Sep 22, 2020 17:54
  • Review by ProfPlumb, 10 out of 10
    Looks and Feels Great

    I should have got this a long time ago. Feels great and looks intelligently designed as well (e.g. smooth and clean appearance). My wrist is in pain from playing games, working at a desk, and playing the piano, so I’m using my wrists a lot. This mouse takes some getting used to but is worth it for people looking to ease up some of that pressure on the hand/wrist/arm etc. Has a usb wireless connection as well as a wire or even Bluetooth for multiple options. It is high quality materials and the clickers and scroll wheel feel satisfying . Definitely designed for bigger hands so keep that in mind.

    Nov 01, 2021 15:20
  • Review by PreachKev, 8 out of 10
    Good unique mouse

    Overall good mouse, it will take most people time to get used to the shape of the mouse to use it. Also I suggest you have plenty of desk space

    Jan 08, 2021 16:29
  • 9.2score
    Microsoft - Bluetooth Mouse - Matte Black
    Description

    Meet your new go-to mouse for precise scrolling and navigation across documents and web sites. The modern, compact design fits comfortably in your hand and makes it easy to be productive on the move with smooth tracking on most surfaces. Complement your style and your Windows laptop with a choice of colors. Plus, stay connected and in your flow with wireless Bluetooth 5.0 LE and up to 12 months of battery life.¹

    5 Features
  • Your go-to, go-anywhere mouse: The compact and modern design fits comfortably in your hand.
  • True wireless freedom: Pairs with your Windows 10 laptop via Bluetooth 5.0 LE. You can also connect it to your Windows 10 PC right out of the box when you enable Swift Pair.²
  • Fast tracking sensor: For smooth tracking on most surfaces.
  • Precise navigation: Move across documents and web sites with a dedicated scroll wheel.
  • Work more efficiently: Features three buttons - left, middle, and right.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by JimC, 10 out of 10
    Compact, Reliable and a Perfect Laptop Accessory

    I recently received a new Microsoft Surface 4 laptop. This is a wonderful laptop but it has only one USB-A port. I prefer a mouse whenever I use any computer, even those with touchscreens and trackpads (which the Surface 4 laptop have.)

    It just makes control easier and more precise to use a mouse, particularly when dragging and dropping.

    If you use a wired mouse you use up the only USB port available.

    This means the USB port is unavailable for flash drives, external hard drives, DVD drives, etc.

    A wired mouse also means that you have cord flopping around on your work surface.

    Most wireless mice and wireless keyboards have a small transmitter that you plug into a USB port to connect to the mouse or keyboard. Obviously, this also ties up the USB port.

    Fortunately Microsoft offers this wonderful Bluetooth mouse and Best Buy has it priced very attractively. I bought it and found that it connected to my new laptop with ease. Connection was very stable.

    It has a AA battery that will last about one year and you can extend that life by switching off the mouse with the handy on/off button on the bottom of the mouse.

    Tracking is very accurate and the scrolling wheel works perfectly.

    This mouse is also very compact and lightweight, making it ideal for travel or those work trips with your laptop to the local coffee shop.

    This is a great accessory for any laptop user!

    May 28, 2021 17:56
  • Review by Rashadsr, 10 out of 10
    Easy and convenient

    Awesome lol mouse that connects easy to my MacBook Air. I use it to play GeForce now games. It’s very compact and light to throw in my bag and keep it moving

    Oct 30, 2021 13:21
  • Review by Happy, 10 out of 10
    Best Mouse

    Love this mouse. Works with such ease. It even turns itself off when you stop using it, so no wasted battery power. I highly recommend this.

    Apr 09, 2021 16:48
  • Review by Yolo2019, 10 out of 10
    Works with IPad Pro ios13!!!!!

    So i was pretty scared at purchasing this because I figured it wouldn’t work for my iPad Pro with IOS 13. But it works and works awesome i love apple but the cost of the mouse is pretty pricey these days so hope this helps someone on the fence

    Oct 15, 2019 20:57
  • Review by Phil, 10 out of 10
    Wireless

    Works flawlessly just what the wife wanted very responsive

    Jul 03, 2021 17:23
  • Review by Alik, 10 out of 10
    Good

    Good is compact and works good, and match the color of my laptop.

    Feb 22, 2021 13:38
  • Review by Cookie, 6 out of 10
    Great mouse for those who are in a budget

    this mouse has been good thus far. the only problem i have with my mouse is that it loses connection with the computer sometimes so i have to turn it off then on. other than that its a great mouse to definitely start with. It connected with my PC really fast so it pretty good in that aspect.

    May 22, 2020 20:32
  • Review by Dock, 8 out of 10
    Nice Cordless Mouse

    This mouse is great EXCEPT, it doesn't have a power button. Other than that it works well.

    Jan 29, 2021 21:27
  • 9.2score
    Logitech - MK550 Wireless Wave Keyboard and Mouse Bundle for PC and Laptop - Black
    Description

    Logitech MK550 Wireless Wave Keyboard and Mouse: Enjoy freedom of motion while working at your PC with this keyboard and mouse that wirelessly connect to your computer from up to 33 feet away. The keyboard features Comfort Wave technology and a cushioned, contoured palm rest, and the mouse features contoured sides and soft rubber grips, so you can comfortably type and input data.

    7 Features
  • 2.4GHz wireless connection: The mouse and keyboard connect to your computer using a receiver and work up to 33 feet away.
  • Compatible with most versions of Windows: Works across a variety of Windows computers.
  • Laser technology: The mouse uses a laser to detect movement with accuracy across a variety of surface types, including glass.
  • 3-button mouse design: Features a scroll wheel, a tilt wheel and 3 programmable buttons.
  • Contoured sides and soft rubber grips: The mouse provides a comfortable feel.
  • Keyboard with Comfort Wave technology: Features an ergonomic, wave-shaped key frame that matches the length of your fingers. 128-bit AES encryption ensures your information remains safe.
  • Cushioned, contoured palm rest: Helps position your hands comfortably while typing using the keyboard.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Reesibits, 10 out of 10
    MK550 = bundle...K350 ergonomic board & mouse

    This board has been around for years. I thought I was getting newer version of it because it is advertised as MK550. It's actually a K350 and the mouse and when logitech bundles it the package is MK550. I had to call logitech because I thought i had been tricked with older version. However that is the model for the "package" the board and the wireless mouse. It isn't newer but the keys click better and at least the letters are all sharp and crisp. Some of the letters on my old board had worn off. Nothing fancy but I like the shape - hope this one lasts 7 years like my older version of the same model.

    Jul 23, 2021 16:20
  • Review by ajaye, 10 out of 10
    Perfect cordless mouse & keyboard combo …

    I bought a bew computer that came with a corded mouse & keyboard. I bought this set to replace them. It’s perfect for my needs.

    Jun 06, 2021 21:21
  • Review by Mits, 10 out of 10
    Great purchase

    Love this keyboard and mouse. i had previously had another different type of keyboard, but went right back to Logitech.

    I have one at work so ordered me one for home.

    Jun 04, 2021 17:23
  • Review by SurveyMonkey, 10 out of 10
    Favorite Keyboard

    freaking love it - best keyboard

    I love it - good on the wrist - the 2 different height adjustments

    the mouse fits snug in your hands

    did i say i freaking love it

    Jan 22, 2021 16:14
  • Review by Missy, 10 out of 10
    Great for those who do a lot of tying

    it works great. It is comfortable for typing, i dont get cramps in my fingers like I do with a regular keyboard

    Sep 11, 2020 21:18
  • Review by george, 4 out of 10
    Base is uneven

    Base of keyboard is uneven, causes to keyboard to wobble while typing. The layout is perfect for me so I did not return it. Instead, I put a cup coaster underneath one corner to keep it from wobbling.

    In the image, imagine a line running from the upper left to bottom right of the keyboard, this is the wobble pivot point. I put a coaster underneath the upper right (circled) to prevent the wobble.

    May 26, 2021 09:43
  • Review by Kevin, 10 out of 10
    2nd Set

    My original set was purchased probably 8 years ago and it finally was time to replace since the keys were so worn the plastic was getting thin. Highly recommend this project. 8 flawless years is great and I'm sure this one will last just as long.

    Feb 14, 2016 12:32
  • Review by Arjun, 4 out of 10
    Disappointed with the Dongle

    Hi,

    Its been 2 months snice I purchased this product.

    No problem with the keyboard or the mouse. I liked it all.

    What disappointed me is after 2 months of use I just unplugged the USB dongle for the first time to plug it in to my other laptop and i see only the cap in my hand. The receiver was in the laptop.

    i do not have the ease of reusing this because it does not come together now. I need to pull it out. I am afraid it might stop working if I do this regularly. This is disappointing.

    Oct 28, 2020 12:16
  • 9.2score
    Best Buy essentials™ - Wireless Mouse with USB Receiver - Black
    Description

    Eliminate the most common computer mouse issue—the cord. With the Best Buy Essentials BE-PMRF3B Wireless Mouse with USB Receiver, you can navigate the web with speed and accuracy. Compatible with both Windows and Mac computers, simply insert the included nano receiver into one of your computer’s USB ports to wirelessly connect the mouse. It has just 3 buttons and an ambidextrous design for simple control. Optical technology detects when the mouse moves to deliver an accurate 1600 DPI response. We also included a AA battery, so you won’t have to worry about keeping the mouse powered until the LED indicator starts to blink. Let us improve your computer navigation by going wireless with this Best Buy-backed mouse.

    9 Features
  • Windows and Mac compatibility: Works with Windows 10, Mac OS or Chrome OS.
  • 2.4 GHz wireless connection: Plug the included nano receiver into your computer’s USB port for an effortless wireless connection.
  • Optical technology: Detects movement on most opaque surfaces for a faster and more accurate response.
  • 3-button design: Gives access to fundamental functions and simple use.
  • Vertical wheel scroll: For fast, smooth movement while browsing.
  • 1600 DPI: A sensitive, yet easy-to-control speed while navigating your computer.
  • Ambidextrous: Suitable for left- or right-hand use.
  • 9-month battery life: An indicator light shows when the battery needs to be replaced (AA battery included).
  • Backed by Best Buy: For quality and reliability that you can trust.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Venessahord12, 10 out of 10
    Great little guy

    This little guy works great. Bought it because the normal hardware for computers are a little to big and this one can easily be used on any device. Easily switches out if needed and battery life is amazing.

    Sep 29, 2021 22:58
  • Review by shoppergal, 10 out of 10
    computer video

    We bought the mouse for a son in college. i had a great experience and the wireless mouse we bought for a son out of state he says is using for school and video gaming

    Aug 27, 2021 16:51
  • Review by rocket, 8 out of 10
    Wireless Mouse at a value

    Best Buy essentials wireless mouse is a good low cost option for wireless on laptops.

    Oct 30, 2021 17:33
  • Review by taulpall, 10 out of 10
    Smart Buy

    Excellent, entry-level mouse. No frills but no complaints.

    Oct 24, 2021 19:36
  • Review by StillBill, 10 out of 10
    Dr. Bill

    This mouse fits my hand perfectly. It is easy to control and works well with and without a pad. Great deal.

    Sep 18, 2021 07:32
  • Review by chris, 10 out of 10
    Worked well

    Great Item. Works well. Mom loves it better than the previous one.

    Oct 09, 2021 15:53
  • Review by Tols, 10 out of 10
    Value for money

    Good value for money. Mouse is of a good quality too

    Oct 15, 2021 19:14
  • Review by Andrew, 10 out of 10
    Nice mouse

    Bought it for my daughter chromebook it works great.

    Oct 15, 2021 15:47
  • 9.2score
    Microsoft - Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000 - Graphite
    Description

    Easily navigate Web pages and documents with this Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000 D5D-00001, which features BlueTrack and optical technologies for accurate tracking and a tilting wheel that enables 4-way scrolling.

    8 Features
  • BlueTrack and optical technologies: Ensure precise tracking on a wide range of surfaces.
  • Tilting scroll wheel: Allows 4-way scrolling, so you can easily navigate the Web, documents and more.
  • 4 customizable buttons: Enable simple personalization.
  • Ambidextrous design: Permits comfortable left- or right-handed use.
  • Compact size: Offers easy portability.
  • Nano transceiver: Can be plugged in for use on the go or stowed safely in the mouse.
  • Up to 10 months of battery life: With the included AA battery. Status indicator alerts you when the battery needs to be replaced.
  • USB interface: For simple connection to your PC or Mac.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by BigDee, 10 out of 10
    Right size for hand....Back Page Button

    I love this mouse....I had one of these years ago.... it just wore out... i could not find it .. so i was forced to get a different one... I was wasting time at Best Buy.. and i happened a cross it... i could not believe it ... so excited.. However.. works on all surfaces.. even reclined chair arm, roller is smooth, fit your hand perfect, back page button is the best, battery life is awesome long.. battery end of life indicator is a excellent feature.. and a great bang for your buck..

    Jan 19, 2019 07:42
  • Review by latin, 10 out of 10
    Microsoft - Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000

    This device works well, I have bought this device in the past say about 3 years ago or more and it still works great on new new levonos Y700 notebook. I recently bought another one for my wife's computer because her computer touch pad has been reacting kind of strange lately and for that reason I bought her this devics, she loves it since she can now scroll and click back on the mouse and can go to the previous screen. The wireless mouse is small, but great how it handles in your hands, I love the device.

    Nov 25, 2016 19:10
  • Review by Seigneur, 10 out of 10
    Better than Logitech

    I used to buy Logitech mouses all the time. I thought I would try a different mouse and tried this one. Compare to Logitech, this is better because it's cheaper. I also love the back button on the side of it. It's very handy.

    Dec 05, 2020 17:08
  • Review by Retired, 10 out of 10
    Reliable mouse

    Previous mouse lasted 7 years. Got another one. A+

    Jan 16, 2017 21:55
  • Review by Addi, 10 out of 10
    Excellent purchase

    I wanted to try Microsoft 4000. Its really good. The mouse is very light when compared with L 350. The feel is also good. It does not give a click sound when I press the buttons and I love this.

    Feb 11, 2015 15:02
  • Review by Horsejumper, 2 out of 10
    Open box NEVER AGAIN

    Clearly Best Buy didnt do quality check of this device. All of its crevices are packed full of dust (see photo). Doesnt work either! Now I've gotta go out of my way and return it physically or having return postage deducted. Not my fault they got ripped off by the original person who returned it. Very disappointed.

    Dec 19, 2019 18:32
  • Review by apparada, 2 out of 10
    Not so great, get a different one!

    I've always had Logitech mouses, i went to buy another Logitech when my girlfriend saw this Microsoft Mouse with cool design and same price, so i decided to give it a try....what could go wrong with that it's just a mouse, right???? It's just a mouse but........this is my sincerely review.

    This mouse is really cool, the design, size, the way it scroll up and down on the internet or any folder but............you know when you are looking to your pictures and you want to give a little zoom or just zoom on it??? FORGET IT you have to scroll up and down very very fast and still wont go the way you want and you must be an Ogre to use the zoom. I bought one and my girlfriend bought another one, when we get home, i thought mine came with problem and i started use hers and i realized it's the mouse.

    DON'T BUY THIS MOUSE, look for another one or go for logitech they work much better.

    READ THE REVIEWS FROM OTHER USERS ON DIFFERENT COLOURS...THEY ALL SAY THIS MOUSE DIES AFTER 2 WEEKS OR 2 MONTHS, SHAME ON MICROSOFT.

    Oct 03, 2010 17:55
  • Review by Mcapt04, 10 out of 10
    Great Mouse

    Great mouse for the money. Very comfortable

    and has worked perfectly. Connected with pc without issue. Very happy with purchase and the price makes it a great deal.

    Apr 21, 2021 15:42
  • 9.2score
    Logitech - M705 Marathon Wireless Optical Mouse with 5 customizable buttons - Black
    Description

    Logitech Wireless Mouse Marathon M705 lets you power on... and on. It uses less power than comparable wireless mice from other companies, so you'll go up to three full years between battery changes.* And it uses a tiny wireless receiver that stays plugged in to your computer, so your mouse is ready to go-whenever, wherever, and for as long as it takes. Plus, hyper-fast scrolling means you'll fly through long documents to find what you need in a flash. Advanced Optical Tracking means you'll get smooth, responsive cursor control. And the sculpted, right-hand shape means you'll be as comfortable finishing up as you were getting started.

    6 Features
  • 3-year battery life: This wireless optical mouse features an auto-sleep power-saving mode and on/off switch so you can enjoy up to 3 years of charge on 2 AA batteries.¹
  • Designed for comfort: Sculpted with comfort in mind, your wireless computer mouse follows the natural curve of your right hand, and all controls are within your reach.
  • Hyper-fast scrolling: Dual-mode scrolling lets you switch between speed and precision with a click, so you can fly through long webpages, or go line-by-line.
  • Wireless freedom: One tiny unifying receiver pairs up to 6 compatible devices, creating a clutter-free workspace; the USB receiver provides a strong, reliable connection within up to 33 feet.²
  • Broad compatibility: Mouse M705 is compatible with macOS and Windows, and is a Works with Chromebook certified product.³
  • Any location, any occasion: M705 is built for hours of comfort; thanks to the sculpted shape plus rubber grips, you can focus on work all day whether you’re in the office or at your desk at home.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by tripplesix, 10 out of 10
    Works

    I don't know all the intricacies of mouse usage. If you are like me and just want to know if it works well, IT DOES. I always forget to switch it off because I am not on this computer often, but the batteries have not yet run out, so yay. It moves smoothly on my mousepad. The scroll wheel works as it should. It conforms nicely to my hand.

    Mar 23, 2016 08:18
  • Review by Phil523, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse for htpc and power user!

    The design is very ergonomic and the most important thing to me is the type of paint or coating that's on it, this mouse has a matte paint coating on top and rubber grips on each side which is good as it doesn't picks up finger oils as a glossy painted mouse would. The next great thing about this mouse is the buttons and this one has 8 buttons with 6 programmable to anything you want them to be, and the scroll wheel can be high speed or normal speed which is great for a lot of applications.

    Mar 03, 2017 22:29
  • Review by Tony, 10 out of 10
    Very happy with this item

    I had an old MX500 and went to a M505. I liked the size and extra buttons of the MX500 and the no-wires of the M505. The M705 the perfect choice for me. I liked it so much I bought another one for the office. I would definitely recommend it.

    Jan 04, 2016 20:40
  • Review by Tapir, 10 out of 10
    happy to replace old M705 with another M705

    Mine finally died, so I bought another. Based on reviews from many sources, there is nothing else comparable at this price point. It is a generous size, making my M325 look tiny.

    Feb 19, 2021 16:06
  • Review by Todor, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse.

    For years, I have been working with this Loggieh mouse model. There is no tearing, sticking, delay. It is also not overly sensitive. Ensures smooth and continuous work.

    Jun 23, 2017 23:53
  • Review by JayTee, 10 out of 10
    GREAT mouse

    I got it as a replacement for an older one for when I'm on the road. Love the design what I really like .... once I got using it the rolling button also acts like a left-right tab move. Found this out after I had been using it awhile. great device very responsive a solid product.

    Jun 14, 2019 17:00
  • Review by xxxtexan, 10 out of 10
    Best mouse ever! This was an exact replacement

    My other mouse just plain wore out and I tried to clean the lens and damaged it so I went to Best Buy and bought the exact same one because there is none better! It fits my hands perfectly too.

    Nov 23, 2014 21:37
  • Review by Harry, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse

    I like this mouse, it fits my hand perfectly. Hope it lasts long.

    Jun 30, 2015 08:33
  • 9.2score
    Razer - Basilisk X Hyperspeed Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse - Black
    Description

    Gain a competitive edge while gaming with this Razer Basilisk X hyperspeed wireless mouse. The 16,000 dpi optical sensor ensures accuracy even with the slightest movements, while Hyperspeed wireless technology and Bluetooth connectivity provide seamless connections to a wide variety of devices. This Razer Basilisk X hyperspeed wireless mouse has six programmable buttons for customized use.

    7 Features
  • HyperSpeed wireless technology: With low latency and seamless frequency hopping in noisy environments, you won’t even realize you’re gaming with a wireless mouse.
  • Razer 5G Advanced Optical Sensor: A 16,000 DPI optical sensor ensures that even the finest movement of your mouse is tracked, giving you an acute level of precision for game-winning headshots and highly elusive maneuvers.
  • Onboard DPI Storage: Pre-set up to 5 custom DPI stages on Razer Synapse 3 and bring your settings anywhere so you’re always ready to compete no matter the arena.
  • Long battery life: Razer HyperSpeed lets you to tap on its ultra-fast wireless performance for up to 285 hours. You can also switch to Bluetooth mode for extended use, with up to 450 hours of battery life.
  • Razer mechanical mouse switches: Durable for up to 50 million clicks.
  • Six programmable buttons: Giving you access to macros and secondary functions so every action can be executed with ease.
  • Compatible with most Windows and Mac computers: Works across a wide array of computers.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by SKECHER9, 10 out of 10
    Rediculous value!

    I've switched to this from a Logitech G502 Lightspeed. I went in to get a G703 Lightspeed to use with my laptop and play more competitively not knowing the Basilisk X Hyperspeed existed. With the extended holiday return policy I decided to give the Basilisk X a chance thinking I might run into something that would make me wish I had the G703 instead. It never happened. After dialing in my DPI preferences(need to install or use Razer Synapse), working with the Basilisk X has been just that good. I can't tell if there are any major differences between the optical sensor of this and the G502 but the Basilisk X is significantly lighter.

    If you are looking for a wireless mouse to use for FPS/TPS gaming and don't want to spend +$100, then the Basilisk X is an excellent choice. If you use any other Razer peripherals and already have Synapse installed, I would strongly recommend giving this mouse a shot.

    Dec 11, 2019 19:04
  • Review by Gamerzzz, 10 out of 10
    Best value mouse

    If you like Logitech 502 but hate with dangling cable and wish it wireless but don’t want to pay premium price $100 more ...this the mouse that u looking for.

    I have both of them for comparison ..they felt almost same. Iam occasional Gamer, I played mostly FPS games, when in the game I don’t feel any lag even being wireless.

    This good bang for ur bucks. Try it guys

    May 30, 2020 15:11
  • Review by Joseph, 10 out of 10
    Fantastic wireless mouse

    I purchased this mouse to replace my Razer Mamba that I bought in 2012 (that worked beautifully for 8 years!). I am personally a big fan of wireless peripheral, especially when there is no notifable drawback in performance. This was an easy purchase for me and would highly recommend this to a friend.

    Apr 06, 2020 16:30
  • Review by Othelo, 10 out of 10
    Best in show!

    This is a fantastic wireless mouse though this brand is well known...still love it!

    Dec 11, 2020 19:35
  • Review by Tina, 10 out of 10
    T

    Its my first gaming mouse, but I also use it for work. Im quite happy with it. Comes with a battery and pairs easily.

    Jan 08, 2021 12:01
  • Review by AngryGrandpa, 10 out of 10
    That's what I expected

    That's what I expected. Same as wires , but saves me usb port using Bluetooth.

    This is my favorite Bluetooth gaming mouse.

    Dec 25, 2020 16:25
  • Review by PaulofGH, 10 out of 10
    Excellent. Highly recommended.

    Ergonomically well-designed. Instant responsivity. It is faster than I am.

    Jan 25, 2021 08:09
  • Review by Adam, 10 out of 10
    Awesome gaming mouse!

    This mouse is perfect for gameing. Smooth and fast responding.

    Jan 13, 2020 13:51
  • 9.2score
    Logitech - MK540 Advanced Full-size Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Bundle for PC and Laptop with Multimedia Hotkeys - Black
    Description

    MK540 Advanced is an instantly familiar wireless keyboard and mouse combo built for precision, comfort and reliability. The full-size keyboard features a familiar key shape, size, and feeling – optimized for precision and noise reduction. The palmrest and adjustable tilt legs keep you comfortable for long stretches and the contoured mouse is designed to fit perfectly into either palm. Plug and play your keyboard and mouse with one tiny USB receiver with Logitech Unifying technology. You’ll get a reliable – and encrypted – wireless connection up to 32.8 ft away with virtually no delays or dropouts.

    6 Features
  • Precision typing: An instantly familiar experience, type with ease and comfort on this full-size wireless keyboard, featuring reduced noise, palm rest, spill-resistant design¹, adjustable tilt legs.
  • Built for comfort: The sleek combo's wireless mouse features an ambidextrous shape and soft rubber side grips that fit comfortably in your palm, as well as enhanced tracking and precise cursor control.
  • Long-lasting autonomy: The wireless keyboard and mouse set come with long-lasting battery life, with the keyboard lasting up to 36 months and the wireless mouse for up to 18 months.²
  • Customized control: Enhanced productivity at your fingertips, the computer keyboard comes built with convenient, essential hotkeys providing direct access to media, calculator, battery check functions.
  • Wireless freedom: Plug-and-play your keyboard and mouse with the mini Logitech Unifying USB receiver, for a reliable wireless connection up to 32.8 ft away from your PC or laptop.³
  • Compatibility: This Logitech mouse keyboard combo is compatible with Windows and Chrome OS.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Flowergirl24, 10 out of 10
    Big help

    I purchased this bundle for my son . Due to remote learning and being on the Chrome book for hours at a time I thought it would be easier and not as straining for his eyes to get him a wireless keyboard & mouse and a larger monitor for his room . I’m happy with my purchase.

    Sep 04, 2020 16:12
  • Review by TVMount, 10 out of 10
    Logitech Advanced Keyboard / Mouse

    The wireless keyboard and mouse were a great addition to my workspace. The mouse is comfortable and easy to use. The keyboard is a good fit and the full size keys are nice. All this convenience and no wires to tangle and clutter my work area.

    Nov 05, 2021 15:32
  • Review by Cesar, 10 out of 10
    Great basic keyboard & mouse

    Using this product for a month.

    Great quality keyboard and so so mouse.

    Conected my own logitech mouse m510 to receiver of this set.

    Saves a lot of space of my office desk.

    If you already have logitec mouse with unifying

    Receiver, you can connect it.

    Jul 05, 2019 17:14
  • Review by Vishwa, 10 out of 10
    Amazing combo

    Nicely designed works seamlessly when connected, Mouse design is ergonomically done for the hand

    Oct 21, 2021 16:38
  • Review by Priscila, 10 out of 10
    Perfect wireless keyboarding solution for anybody!

    I am a huge fan of this Logitech Advanced Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Bundle. Not only is it large enough with comfortable keys that are not too loud, but the design makes it comfortable for someone like me who is a college student and is constantly typing up essays, emails, you name it! I really love how easy it is to set up with just a tiny USB that you can plug into any USB-compatible device. It's super user-friendly and almost self-explanatory! I think this keyboard was a great value and it's perfect for anybody who wants an easy wireless keyboard and mouse solution!

    Oct 25, 2021 19:42
  • Review by Happycustomer, 10 out of 10
    Beautiful keyboard with no noise.

    Good and no noise keyboard. Happy with the purchase.

    Jan 22, 2021 17:05
  • Review by Dgreen37, 8 out of 10
    keyboard mouse combo

    It's an okay keyboard/mouse combination! There are definitely better keyboards out there and there are worse, but for what I need it to do, it works just fine.

    Jul 02, 2021 16:24
  • Review by BluRootz, 10 out of 10
    Love it!

    I am very happy with my purchase. Looks great on dest, quit, and its very sturdy.

    May 16, 2021 08:48
  • 9.2score
    Logitech - M705 Marathon Wireless Optical Mouse with 5 customizable buttons - Black
    Description

    Logitech Wireless Mouse Marathon M705 lets you power on... and on. It uses less power than comparable wireless mice from other companies, so you'll go up to three full years between battery changes.* And it uses a tiny wireless receiver that stays plugged in to your computer, so your mouse is ready to go-whenever, wherever, and for as long as it takes. Plus, hyper-fast scrolling means you'll fly through long documents to find what you need in a flash. Advanced Optical Tracking means you'll get smooth, responsive cursor control. And the sculpted, right-hand shape means you'll be as comfortable finishing up as you were getting started.

    6 Features
  • 3-year battery life: This wireless optical mouse features an auto-sleep power-saving mode and on/off switch so you can enjoy up to 3 years of charge on 2 AA batteries.¹
  • Designed for comfort: Sculpted with comfort in mind, your wireless computer mouse follows the natural curve of your right hand, and all controls are within your reach.
  • Hyper-fast scrolling: Dual-mode scrolling lets you switch between speed and precision with a click, so you can fly through long webpages, or go line-by-line.
  • Wireless freedom: One tiny unifying receiver pairs up to 6 compatible devices, creating a clutter-free workspace; the USB receiver provides a strong, reliable connection within up to 33 feet.²
  • Broad compatibility: Mouse M705 is compatible with macOS and Windows, and is a Works with Chromebook certified product.³
  • Any location, any occasion: M705 is built for hours of comfort; thanks to the sculpted shape plus rubber grips, you can focus on work all day whether you’re in the office or at your desk at home.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by tripplesix, 10 out of 10
    Works

    I don't know all the intricacies of mouse usage. If you are like me and just want to know if it works well, IT DOES. I always forget to switch it off because I am not on this computer often, but the batteries have not yet run out, so yay. It moves smoothly on my mousepad. The scroll wheel works as it should. It conforms nicely to my hand.

    Mar 23, 2016 08:18
  • Review by Phil523, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse for htpc and power user!

    The design is very ergonomic and the most important thing to me is the type of paint or coating that's on it, this mouse has a matte paint coating on top and rubber grips on each side which is good as it doesn't picks up finger oils as a glossy painted mouse would. The next great thing about this mouse is the buttons and this one has 8 buttons with 6 programmable to anything you want them to be, and the scroll wheel can be high speed or normal speed which is great for a lot of applications.

    Mar 03, 2017 22:29
  • Review by Tony, 10 out of 10
    Very happy with this item

    I had an old MX500 and went to a M505. I liked the size and extra buttons of the MX500 and the no-wires of the M505. The M705 the perfect choice for me. I liked it so much I bought another one for the office. I would definitely recommend it.

    Jan 04, 2016 20:40
  • Review by Tapir, 10 out of 10
    happy to replace old M705 with another M705

    Mine finally died, so I bought another. Based on reviews from many sources, there is nothing else comparable at this price point. It is a generous size, making my M325 look tiny.

    Feb 19, 2021 16:06
  • Review by Todor, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse.

    For years, I have been working with this Loggieh mouse model. There is no tearing, sticking, delay. It is also not overly sensitive. Ensures smooth and continuous work.

    Jun 23, 2017 23:53
  • Review by JayTee, 10 out of 10
    GREAT mouse

    I got it as a replacement for an older one for when I'm on the road. Love the design what I really like .... once I got using it the rolling button also acts like a left-right tab move. Found this out after I had been using it awhile. great device very responsive a solid product.

    Jun 14, 2019 17:00
  • Review by xxxtexan, 10 out of 10
    Best mouse ever! This was an exact replacement

    My other mouse just plain wore out and I tried to clean the lens and damaged it so I went to Best Buy and bought the exact same one because there is none better! It fits my hands perfectly too.

    Nov 23, 2014 21:37
  • Review by Harry, 10 out of 10
    Great mouse

    I like this mouse, it fits my hand perfectly. Hope it lasts long.

    Jun 30, 2015 08:33
  • 9.2score
    Logitech - G703 (Hero) Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse - Black
    Description

    Dominate the competition with this Logitech Hero gaming mouse. The wireless design enables freedom of movement and with 1ms response time prevents input lag. This Logitech Hero gaming mouse boasts an ergonomic shape for long play sessions, and the optical sensor delivers pinpoint accuracy for competitive games.

    8 Features
  • HERO 25K sensor: Lets you find the perfect sensitivity between 100 and 25600 dpi.
  • POWERPLAY wireless charging: Keep G703 and other compatible G mice charged while at rest and at play.*
  • LIGHTSYNC RGB: Customize lighting effects from 16.8M colors with G HUB gaming software, and sync across G gear.
  • LIGHTSPEED wireless technology: Pro-level responsiveness and connectivity for long lasting, high performance gameplay.
  • Optical technology: LED lights scan the surface beneath the mouse to detect movement with a fair amount of accuracy, suitable for everyday computing and browsing.
  • Advanced button technology: For exceptional button feel, response, and consistency every time.
  • Comfort and quality: Brings together comfort, durability, and performance with comfortable design, rubber side grips, 10 g optional weight, and 6 programmable buttons for a customizable gaming experience.
  • Compatible with most Windows and Mac computers: Works across a wide array of computers.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Crasher, 10 out of 10
    Great entry level gaming mouse

    The Logitech G series has always been a good line in the way of PC gaming. The G703 offers a way to keep your battle station crisp and clean via a wireless mouse all without losing any of that input time. With added addition of lightspeed Logitech is claiming a 1ms input lag. Hopefully this review will help to clear the air as to rather or not this may be the right set up for you.

    First off let me talk about what you can expect to see right out of the box. You will receive the wireless mouse, usb adapter, wireless receiver, 10g weight and the braided micro usb cable which is necessary for lightspeed mode to be engaged. First impressions of the mouse is that it appears like a ordinary mouse. Its very simplistic but at the same time very clean looking. It comes with 6 programmable buttons and adjustable RGB lighting for the logo and scroll wheel. Logitech provides a free app to download to your PC which allows for pretty decent customization. I won't go in to full detail of the apps function but expect to see such functions as RGB controls, button mapping, DPI customization, Macro set up and much more. There are a few gaming pre-sets built in to the app such as League of Legions mapping. The top button button on the mouse near the scroll wheel can be customized but comes set as your DPI adjustment. There are four preset adjustments which are as follows 400,800,1600 and for the quick response 3200. DPI settings can be changed through the app to fit your play style so don't think that these settings are fixed as they are not. For those new to gaming DPI in a simple form is basically mouse senstivity or speed. The higher the number the faster or more response your mouse will be. Logitech also provided a 10 gram weight which can be added to the mouse to give it a more weighted feel as well.

    Lets talk about its main purpose which is gaming and its wireless function and stability. The two main games that i like playing are mmo's and loot shooters. In the way of mmo's mouse speed is very critical to me as im constantly switching between targets and my utilities. The added side button mapping helps take the load of having unmapped utilies that i can now use in conjunction with the ability to adjust my DPI on the fly given my current situation. For example if im grinding for materials then i turn my DPI down as its not really necessary for such quick response however when its time for me to run a raid i'll crank my DPI up to max and utilize my mouse button mapping to access my utility skills. When it comes to loot shooters such as The Division 2 i expect very quick response times with quick access to my utilities such as flash bangs and grenades. Being a wireless mouse my biggest concern has always been response time and the bluetooth being interrupted by all my other wireless sets up that i have. I have to say im greatly impressed and never once experienced any issues or lag. Even with lightspeed engage i honestly did not notice any difference between input lag. If it did improve anything, it wasn't enough for me to even notice. The scroll wheel feels very nice and responsive to the touch. What i really like was each scroll of the wheel felt firm but yet smooth and each indentation gave it a better feel and pinpoint accuracy in my opinion. It helped to eliminate any over or under scrolling for whatever function you may have set up for it.

    Here's the bottom line. This set up is perfect for anyone looking to save some money or get in to key and mouse PC gaming. The fact that you only have 6 keys to map means that the mouse will not become too overwhelming to set up for new gamers. More experienced gamers may want to opt out for the 9 series for the added button mapping available to the mouse. For me this is actually a perfect fit for me as l like to switch between mouse and keys to a Astro gaming wireless controller. The buttons are smooth and very responsive and the added app that is provided allows for some pretty good deep customization. The mouse is light weight and is built to be ergonomic to fit comfortably in your hand. Unless your looking for more button mapping this mouse is sure to please just about everyone out there.

    Jul 28, 2019 18:53
  • Review by RandomReviewer, 10 out of 10
    Best Wireless Series : Lightspeed

    Pros-

    -Comes with 25k hero sensor and Logitech Lightspeed Technology

    (On the box it says 16k, but the sensor is upgradable through the software)

    -Great size

    -Fits all grips. Preferably palm, but claw works fine.

    -Great design

    -Very larger side buttons (Hard to miss when you try to click)

    -It is the same software and sensor as the other lightspeed mouses. This one happens to be cheaper because it doesn't have all the extra buttons and extra-long battery life.

    -1:1 tracking and no delay. It is 1ms. Feels better than the wired g403 and the majority of available wired mice (Based on price range).

    -Easy to use the software.

    Cons-

    -Not enough people trust Lightspeed. It's the most reliable technology for wireless mice and best performing.

    -Battery life is shorter than the other lightspeed mice, but it's not that hard to go to sleep and charge it.

    -More on the heavy side for those who enjoy lightweight. I don't mind it personally because I love mice when they are around 80-95 grams.

    Dec 02, 2020 12:06
  • Review by Jeff, 10 out of 10
    A great, cheaper, alternative to the Logi G Pro

    Fast, a solid weight (not too heavy nor too featherweight like the current trend of gaming mice), responsive, insanely long-lasting battery with USB-charging (who uses batteries in 2021, right?)... if you have slightly bigger hands and want to save about $40 or so compared to the Logitech G Pro Wireless, this is the mouse for you. 11/10 recommend. Wireless is the way to go.

    Feb 13, 2021 02:19
  • Review by ML2000, 10 out of 10
    Logitech G703

    I ain't gonna lie I absolutley love it as a starter mouse feels like a pro one as well

    Sep 17, 2021 16:02
  • Review by Rkb26, 10 out of 10
    Great Mouse

    Great mouse. Went to Best Buy looking to buy the G Pro Wireless. They had a display with all different mice (Razer, Logitech, Steel Series, Corsair, etc) that you could try. I HATED the G Pro Wireless but LOVED the shape of the G703. Bought it immediately. Been using it for about two weeks now and it’s awesome!

    Feb 12, 2021 15:37
  • Review by Diego, 10 out of 10
    Great

    Great, a little big at first but it's great now.

    Recommended.

    Jan 21, 2021 10:05
  • Review by Chocolate1474, 10 out of 10
    All the bang for all the bucks

    Insain mouth like butter just feels good it's like the feeling you get when u go from 60hrz to 144hrz? It just feels soooooo good

    Feb 07, 2020 15:12
  • Review by SamG, 10 out of 10
    Comfortable and Reliable

    Logitech has always been a go-to for me for mice, but I haven’t used one of their gaming mice until this one and I’m impressed. I love how simple this mouse is; it has just the right amount of buttons and doesn’t make you do any gymnastics with your fingers to get to them. The shape is really comfortable and fits my hand perfectly. Thanks to the sensor moving the mouse feels like an extension of my own hand and the wireless connection has been rock solid. The buttons have just the right amount of click to them and I especially like how smooth and quiet the scroll wheel is. Battery life has also been excellent and so far my usage is going to get me a week or more without needing to charge. The software is well put together and offers a lot of options for reconfiguring the button and sensitivity settings - definitely an improvement over the software I was previously using for my Corsair mouse. The lighting options are neat and Lightsync will synchronize the lighting for certain games, though it’s not very noticeable as my hand covers the lighting most of the time.

    Miscellaneous Items:

    -The mouse comes with a removable weight that fits into the bottom of the mouse. I didn’t notice much difference either way using it, but I left mine in because I like the extra heft.

    -Logitech makes a mat called the PowerPlay that will charge the mouse even as you use it. It also houses a wireless receiver for the mouse so you don’t need to plug the receiver in. I’m strongly considering getting that, though I haven’t made the jump just yet.

    -I can definitely see the Lightsync options being more useful when incorporating a keyboard that has it as well, but they mostly seem to be there to make the mouse look cool.

    Jul 27, 2019 13:58
  • 9.2score
    Microsoft - Bluetooth Mouse - Nightfall Camo Special Edition
    Description

    Meet your new go-to mouse for precise scrolling and navigation, in a choice of special edition camo designs¹. Also includes exclusive theme pack to bring your Windows desktop to life².

    3 Features
  • Designed for everyday comfort and precision: Meet your new go-to mouse for precise scrolling and navigation across documents and websites. Work more efficiently with three buttons — left, middle wheel button and right, plus up to 12 months of battery life³.
  • True wireless freedom: Connects to your Windows 10 device via Bluetooth® 5.0 LE. Connect to your Windows PC right out of the box when you enable Swift Pair².
  • Compact, colorful, and wireless: Complements your device and style with a special edition camo design,¹ plus an exclusive theme pack to complete your nature-inspired Windows desktop theme pack².
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by JimC, 10 out of 10
    Compact, Reliable and a Perfect Laptop Accessory

    I recently received a new Microsoft Surface 4 laptop. This is a wonderful laptop but it has only one USB-A port. I prefer a mouse whenever I use any computer, even those with touchscreens and trackpads (which the Surface 4 laptop have.)

    It just makes control easier and more precise to use a mouse, particularly when dragging and dropping.

    If you use a wired mouse you use up the only USB port available.

    This means the USB port is unavailable for flash drives, external hard drives, DVD drives, etc.

    A wired mouse also means that you have cord flopping around on your work surface.

    Most wireless mice and wireless keyboards have a small transmitter that you plug into a USB port to connect to the mouse or keyboard. Obviously, this also ties up the USB port.

    Fortunately Microsoft offers this wonderful Bluetooth mouse and Best Buy has it priced very attractively. I bought it and found that it connected to my new laptop with ease. Connection was very stable.

    It has a AA battery that will last about one year and you can extend that life by switching off the mouse with the handy on/off button on the bottom of the mouse.

    Tracking is very accurate and the scrolling wheel works perfectly.

    This mouse is also very compact and lightweight, making it ideal for travel or those work trips with your laptop to the local coffee shop.

    This is a great accessory for any laptop user!

    May 28, 2021 17:56
  • Review by Rashadsr, 10 out of 10
    Easy and convenient

    Awesome lol mouse that connects easy to my MacBook Air. I use it to play GeForce now games. It’s very compact and light to throw in my bag and keep it moving

    Oct 30, 2021 13:21
  • Review by Happy, 10 out of 10
    Best Mouse

    Love this mouse. Works with such ease. It even turns itself off when you stop using it, so no wasted battery power. I highly recommend this.

    Apr 09, 2021 16:48
  • Review by Yolo2019, 10 out of 10
    Works with IPad Pro ios13!!!!!

    So i was pretty scared at purchasing this because I figured it wouldn’t work for my iPad Pro with IOS 13. But it works and works awesome i love apple but the cost of the mouse is pretty pricey these days so hope this helps someone on the fence

    Oct 15, 2019 20:57
  • Review by Phil, 10 out of 10
    Wireless

    Works flawlessly just what the wife wanted very responsive

    Jul 03, 2021 17:23
  • Review by Happyincincinnati, 4 out of 10
    Disappointed

    It took a little while to start working and three days later it just stop, so I then replaced the battery and still nothing, so I put back my old one that only cost me 9.99 dollars.

    Nov 23, 2021 07:31
  • Review by Alik, 10 out of 10
    Good

    Good is compact and works good, and match the color of my laptop.

    Feb 22, 2021 13:38
  • Review by Cookie, 6 out of 10
    Great mouse for those who are in a budget

    this mouse has been good thus far. the only problem i have with my mouse is that it loses connection with the computer sometimes so i have to turn it off then on. other than that its a great mouse to definitely start with. It connected with my PC really fast so it pretty good in that aspect.

    May 22, 2020 20:32
  • 9.2score
    Microsoft - Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000 - Graphite
    Description

    Easily navigate Web pages and documents with this Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000 D5D-00001, which features BlueTrack and optical technologies for accurate tracking and a tilting wheel that enables 4-way scrolling.

    8 Features
  • BlueTrack and optical technologies: Ensure precise tracking on a wide range of surfaces.
  • Tilting scroll wheel: Allows 4-way scrolling, so you can easily navigate the Web, documents and more.
  • 4 customizable buttons: Enable simple personalization.
  • Ambidextrous design: Permits comfortable left- or right-handed use.
  • Compact size: Offers easy portability.
  • Nano transceiver: Can be plugged in for use on the go or stowed safely in the mouse.
  • Up to 10 months of battery life: With the included AA battery. Status indicator alerts you when the battery needs to be replaced.
  • USB interface: For simple connection to your PC or Mac.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by BigDee, 10 out of 10
    Right size for hand....Back Page Button

    I love this mouse....I had one of these years ago.... it just wore out... i could not find it .. so i was forced to get a different one... I was wasting time at Best Buy.. and i happened a cross it... i could not believe it ... so excited.. However.. works on all surfaces.. even reclined chair arm, roller is smooth, fit your hand perfect, back page button is the best, battery life is awesome long.. battery end of life indicator is a excellent feature.. and a great bang for your buck..

    Jan 19, 2019 07:42
  • Review by latin, 10 out of 10
    Microsoft - Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000

    This device works well, I have bought this device in the past say about 3 years ago or more and it still works great on new new levonos Y700 notebook. I recently bought another one for my wife's computer because her computer touch pad has been reacting kind of strange lately and for that reason I bought her this devics, she loves it since she can now scroll and click back on the mouse and can go to the previous screen. The wireless mouse is small, but great how it handles in your hands, I love the device.

    Nov 25, 2016 19:10
  • Review by Seigneur, 10 out of 10
    Better than Logitech

    I used to buy Logitech mouses all the time. I thought I would try a different mouse and tried this one. Compare to Logitech, this is better because it's cheaper. I also love the back button on the side of it. It's very handy.

    Dec 05, 2020 17:08
  • Review by Retired, 10 out of 10
    Reliable mouse

    Previous mouse lasted 7 years. Got another one. A+

    Jan 16, 2017 21:55
  • Review by Addi, 10 out of 10
    Excellent purchase

    I wanted to try Microsoft 4000. Its really good. The mouse is very light when compared with L 350. The feel is also good. It does not give a click sound when I press the buttons and I love this.

    Feb 11, 2015 15:02
  • Review by Horsejumper, 2 out of 10
    Open box NEVER AGAIN

    Clearly Best Buy didnt do quality check of this device. All of its crevices are packed full of dust (see photo). Doesnt work either! Now I've gotta go out of my way and return it physically or having return postage deducted. Not my fault they got ripped off by the original person who returned it. Very disappointed.

    Dec 19, 2019 18:32
  • Review by apparada, 2 out of 10
    Not so great, get a different one!

    I've always had Logitech mouses, i went to buy another Logitech when my girlfriend saw this Microsoft Mouse with cool design and same price, so i decided to give it a try....what could go wrong with that it's just a mouse, right???? It's just a mouse but........this is my sincerely review.

    This mouse is really cool, the design, size, the way it scroll up and down on the internet or any folder but............you know when you are looking to your pictures and you want to give a little zoom or just zoom on it??? FORGET IT you have to scroll up and down very very fast and still wont go the way you want and you must be an Ogre to use the zoom. I bought one and my girlfriend bought another one, when we get home, i thought mine came with problem and i started use hers and i realized it's the mouse.

    DON'T BUY THIS MOUSE, look for another one or go for logitech they work much better.

    READ THE REVIEWS FROM OTHER USERS ON DIFFERENT COLOURS...THEY ALL SAY THIS MOUSE DIES AFTER 2 WEEKS OR 2 MONTHS, SHAME ON MICROSOFT.

    Oct 03, 2010 17:55
  • Review by Mcapt04, 10 out of 10
    Great Mouse

    Great mouse for the money. Very comfortable

    and has worked perfectly. Connected with pc without issue. Very happy with purchase and the price makes it a great deal.

    Apr 21, 2021 15:42
  • 9.2score
    Logitech - G903 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse with RGB Lighting - Black
    Description

    Experience enhanced precision and comfort with this Logitech wireless gaming mouse. The optical sensor delivers pinpoint accuracy for an enhanced gaming experience, while the wireless design offers strong freedom of movement. This Logitech wireless gaming mouse features 11 programmable buttons for creating macros and performing a wide range of custom functions.

    9 Features
  • HERO 25K sensor: Lets you find the perfect sensitivity between 100 and 25600 dpi.
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