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Logitech Cordless Mouseman Optical
800 DPI in a wireless,
ball-free, premium optical mouse!
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convenience, and optical precision...
If you use your mouse in precision applications like graphics or
other design software, you'll appreciate this offering from
mice have been around for a while, of course. They're
known for having no mechanical parts to get clogged with stray
dust and debris. Wireless mice are even older news- we've
been using them for years.
fact, we've been so attached to wireless that we've resisted
optical's allure- until now. The new Logitech Cordless
Mouseman Optical wheel mouse, combining both technologies and
backed by the formidable reputation of Logitech, was too much to
Conspicuous by its
If you've never used a high quality optical mouse, be prepared
for revelation. That little rubber roller that protrudes
from the bellies of all "normal" mice creates a noticeable
amount of drag.
never notice it, until it disappears. This is by far the
smoothest mouse we've ever used. With a resolution of 800
dots per inch, positioning a cursor with precision has never
been so easy.
great thing about it is- it's going to stay that way. The
problem we have with even the best mice is their tendency to
collect debris, requiring frequent cleaning. The better
the mouse, the more noticeable the effect of dust in the rollers
and gears- even the tiniest speck can throw them off. With
no ball, no rollers, no shafts, bearings, or gears, the optical
mouse requires none of the normal maintenance demanded by roller
rhapsodized about the advantages of wireless elsewhere, but it
bears repeating- you don't know what a drag that mouse cord is
until you do without it. No roller, no cord, no jams.
A pleasure to use...
Remember when you couldn't imagine why anyone would pay more
than $10 for a mouse? Remember the surprised discovery
that a $50 mouse was well worth the price? The Logitech
Cordless Optical mouse is the same discovery again.
though it's pricey, with a list price near $70, we consider it
money well spent for anyone who often feels plagued by a balky,
finicky, conventional roller mouse.
As usual, Logitech's software is top notch. With Windows
systems, you can usually skip the driver installation, but this
software's worth installing. It enables you to configure
the four buttons (two standard, one on the side, and the wheel
doubles as a button) with a wide choice of actions.
a new option with the current crop of Logitech's high-end mice
called Web Wheel. It places the most often accessed
browser controls right at your fingertips, and even allows
customization of the options.
The Cordless Mouseman Optical is a USB device,
but comes bundled with a standard PS-2 adaptor for older systems
or those with no free ports. It does
not require USB to operate.
the company's other wireless products, the Mouseman cordless
optical is a radio device. A receiver plugs into your
computer, and can be placed almost anywhere within six feet of
the mouse. Unlike infrared devices, "line-of-sight" is not
Go for it...
If your work requires a smooth, reliable, high
quality mouse, this one fills the bill. We're very pleased
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the Logitech Cordless Mouseman Optical
Logitech Cordless Mouseman Optical...