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Logitech MX 400 Performance Laser Mouse


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  • Experience the superior precision of high-performance laser
  • Superior laser precision for smooth tracking on virtually any surface
  • State-Of-The-Art laser technology for exceptional precision and control
  • Sculpted ergonomic design with rubber grips for amazing comfort
  • The MX400 is extremely simple to install; simply connect the mouse to the USB or PS/2 port and it's ready to use
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000F1O0X2
  • Item model number: 931638-0403
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (119 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 14, 2006

Product Description

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Amazon.com Product Description Experience the superior precision of high-performance laser!

Delivering extraordinary control on virtually any surface, Logitech laser technology makes optical obsolete. The Logitech MX 400 Laser Mouse is ready to use in seconds, and comes with a 5-year warranty and full product support. Go with the global leader! Logitech makes more mice than anyone in the world. Look to Logitech for proven technology, world-class quality, and unmatched reliability.




Performance Laser Tracking
State-of-the-art laser technology for unmatched precision and control. Delivers smoother cursor control on virtually any surface.




Experience the Unique Comfort Grip
With gently contoured sides and soft rubber grips; the MX400 is designed for enhanced support and comfort, and also has convenient forward and back buttons.




Side-to-Side Scrolling + Zoom
Tilt Wheel Plus Zoom is perfect for viewing digital photos and spreadsheets. Instantly zoom in and out; scroll horizontally or vertically.

 




Just Plug and Play!
The MX400 is extremely simple to install; simply connect the mouse to the USB or PS/2 port and it's ready to use!

 

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Logitech MX400 Performance Laser Mouse Logitech MX400 Performance Laser Mouse.

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Customer Reviews

The wheel also scrolls smoothly.
Jason
This had a nice fit for my large hand, the weight is comfortable and not heavy, the buttons are crisp and the texture of the mouse feels good.
Justin R. Mattern
It is the best I've ever bought, and when the time comes, I will again seek a used Logitech MX 400.
Lenton K. Goforth

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

62 of 64 people found the following review helpful By musti on December 24, 2006
Assuming you're right-handed, MX400 is a very comfortable mouse - but you have to give it one to two days to really fit in with your hand and to find your optimum holding pattern. The overall build quality, scrolling, glide, placement of back/forward buttons, cable, clicking, amazing tracking...everything's absolutely great about this mouse, including the 5-year warranty. Over several months of constant use, the scroll wheel misbehaved only once, and just a puff of compressed air corrected the problem.

As the laser optics used in this mouse is invisible to human eye, it makes a nice touch to your desktop or laptop setup,like a natural extension of the setup.

The optical engine is 1100 dpi, it is laser (a lot less picky about the tracking surface), has tilt wheel, and the buttons require just the right amount of clicking to activate and they have nice tactile feedback. Like all Logitech mice, it suffers from the SetPoint drivers' bloat, but if you're willing to let go of the tilt wheel, you don't need to install anything at all, just plug in the mouse and in Windows XP, all those back/forward buttons are automatically recognized. If you're short on USB ports, there's a PS/2 adapter so you can use your computer's mouse port (that green port that has been sitting empty until now).

One interesting information about this mouse: its wireless big brother, MX610, has a symmetrical version for southpaws. Beware though, MX610 series suffers from hit-or-miss tracking problems. For that reason, you might be able to find ridiculous deals at your local Staples/BestBuy/Fry's for a MX610, but the southpaw version is very hard to find in a brick&mortar store.

My friends call me a mouse freak...and I've tried nearly 75% of the MS and Logitech offerings. I can tell you that this MX400 is my day-to-day mouse, and it seems it will stay that way for a long time. Hope you'll like it as much as I do.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Bassam Bokhowa on June 7, 2006
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This is probably one of the only mice that have actually got the thumb button placing right. taken it may be a bit back for big hands like mine. But curving your thumb to click ... that's a no-effort compared to stretching your thumb forward like other mice expect you to. No problems with hibernating and suspending with my machine. All functions stable as a rock and absolutely love the software. It is so easy to reconfigure this mouse according to the task at hand. A true time-saver. My son also uses it for excellent gaming. Also, get the updated software from the logitech site. I have had no problems with this device at all except my hands are a little big and this one is about the same size as the normal Microsoft mouse and not as big as the pictures may make you think. Also, the middle button is a little too hard for my taste ... hey, no problem ... I just use the feather-lite right-tilt as the middle-click ! Awesome !
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. Paulsonn VINE VOICE on July 19, 2007
I have a MacBook with Intel Core 2 Duo, running OS 10.4.10. I downloaded the latest MX 400 driver software from the Logitech site and installed it. It looks simple to set up, but once you do you will find that weird errors start to pop up randomly (error -9870 for example) and some functions just don't work at all. Using the forward side button to page forward on a web site, for example--the most common use of that button--simply didn't work. The back button worked, but not the forward. Huh??

Software complaints aside, the mouse itself is excellent--good feel, good size, etc. But Mac users: keep looking.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jonas Kubilius on February 22, 2007
I've been using this one for half a year now, and it's a very nice and comfortable mouse. I bought it specifically to be able to scroll horizontally. Well, what has to pointed out is that it doesn't work as well as expected. Even though one can tweak the settings, one ends up with a comfortable scrolling speed in some applications, but in some others it's just too fast/too slow.

I also dislike the fact that there is no way to get rid of zooming of images when you scroll in an image viewer (unless you get rid of scrolling function altogether).

Another disadvantage is that if you click a Back/Forward button, not necessarily will they work. It actually takes time to register in a browser, which is annoying. Again, most other times it works fine.

I blame software. Note that you must install it to be able to tweak most settings of the mouse, including the horizontal scrolling function.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Paul M. Dubuc on January 2, 2007
I always liked the MouseMan design when I used to use Windows PCs. The mouse that comes with the Apple iMac may be a work of art but isn't nearly as functional or comfortable to use. I tried the wireless keyboard and mouse that Logitech makes especially for the Mac and was very disappointed in the software. I'd rather have a wired mouse and keyboard for a desktop computer anyway. No need to buy batteries. Rather than go back to an Apple mouse, I decided to give this one a try. I'm glad I did.

This mouse works very well with my iMac G5. The CD-ROM that comes with it made no mention of having an OS X version of the software on it (even though it says OS X is supporte on the box), so I downloaded that from Logitech's web site. I'm very happy with the way this mouse works. It's very precise and responsive. Too bad the color doesn't match, but I can live with that.
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