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Logitech Wireless Mouse M525 - Black/Grey (910-002696) Reviews

Lady Fitzgerald

Love this mouse

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Pros: Wireless, Unifying Receiver, uses two AA batteries, perfect size for my hand, is optical

Cons: Feet wear out quickly, scroll wheel moves a bit too freely

I love this mouse so much I have a herd of four of them. For my desktop machine, I have one mouse on my desk and another one on the nightstand by my bed (I use it like a remote). The other two are for my notebook computer (one to use and one spare). The size of the mouse falls between laptop mice (mouses? meeces?) and full sized mice. I have trouble hanging onto laptop sized mice and full sized mice feel like boulders in my hand. This mouse is a perfect fit for me. The biggest plusses for the M525 is it's wireless and the Unifying Receiver that lets the mouse talk to the computer. Unifying Receiver is Logitech's name for a receiver that can be used with up to six different compatible...
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NotUrAvrgG33k

Logitech M525 Mouse

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Pros: Battery Life, Ergonomic, Nano Receiver

Cons: Not Free?

Had this little guy, and yes it is little, for a good amount of time now to write a review. What had me sold was the slogan stating battery lasts 3yrs. Well depends on use I'm sure but it still is crazy long with hard everyday use, maybe 5-6 months and thats not turning it off when not in use. Very ergonimic for both left and right handed people, very comfortable and nice feel with the rubberized grips along the sides. I got lucky it was on sale for 19.99 and had a coupon for $20 off any $20 purchase or more from Staples.
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