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Logitech V270 Cordless Optical Bluetooth Mouse- Charcoal

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  • Box Content - Logitech V270 Cordless Optical Notebook Mouse for Bluetooth, Installation guide, 2 AA batteries, CD with software (PC only), Carrying Case
  • Designed for travel - More comfortable than a touchpad, instant-on performance for maximum productivity on the road
  • Smart power management - Long battery life, on & off switch, power-saving modes and a low-battery indicator light
  • Precision optical performance - 1000-dpi optical sensor technology for incredibly smooth, precise tracking
  • Convenient carrying case - Comes with pouch for easy storage. VISTA O/S Compatabile
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 7 x 2.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000BDH2Y8
  • Item model number: 931566-0403
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (243 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

Product Description

Wireless Navigation! This Logitech V270 Cordless Optical Notebook Mouse for Bluetooth works without a receiver for the ultimate in hassle-free mobility! The Logitech V270 instantly connects to notebooks enabled with Bluetooth wireless technology , providing up to 30 feet of cordless range! It features a 1000-dpi optical sensor for incredibly smooth, precise tracking and maximum productivity while traveling! The Smart Power Management function provides long battery life, low-battery indicator light, power-saving sleep modes and an on/off switch to keep you going longer! Plus, it comes with a convenient carrying case for easy storage!

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Battery life has been good.
J. Jergens
This Bluetooth mouse works great with my Dell Bluetooth enabled laptop.
J. Huntress
It was very easy to set up and is working great.
Rain Man

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

82 of 85 people found the following review helpful By John Galt on June 16, 2006
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I recently purchased a MacBook from Amazon, and after using the trackpad for awhile, I knew I wanted to get a mouse for the MacBook. I searched around and came up with the Logitech V-270.

It works great and has good bluetooth sensitivity. I was able to control the cursor from more than 10 feet away from the computer. I like the size and the finish of the device. A little pricey, but it's worth it if I don't have to use the trackpad.

BTW, I also installed Windows XP Pro on the MacBook and the Logitech V-270 also works on the Windows partition of the hard drive.
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69 of 76 people found the following review helpful By VeeJay on April 7, 2006
I bought this mouse to use with my Dell Inspiron E1705 with integrated bluetooth. The computer recognized the mouse right away, however I could not install the software included with the mouse. The good: on/off buttom, long battery life, comfortable design. The bad: As pointed out by other reviewers, the device 'goes to sleep' way too often. You have to jiggle and wait for the mouse to be activated almost constantly. This becomes quite annoying when you are working. I ended up returning it because I could not stand it.
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Note added on 4/13/2006
After returning the mouse I contacted Logitech and asked if there was a way to disable the stand-by mode. Here is what they had to say (I haven't tried since I no longer have the mouse):

Thank you for your recent inquiry about your Pointing Devices.

I understand that the Logitech V270 mouse goes to sleep mode too often.

Please note that the mouse will go to sleep mode if it is not used for few minutes to save the battery life. If you move the mouse or press the click button of the mouse, then it will come up from the sleep mode and then work as normal.

However, if you would like to disable the mouse entering the stand-by mode, then refer to the following steps:

a. Right click on My computer and select Properties.
b. Click on Hardware Tab.
c. Select Device Manager.
d. Click the + sign next to Mice and other pointing device.
e. Right click on the mouse you are using and properties.
f. Click on Power Management Tab.
g. Enable Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power.
h. Click OK.
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Grey W. Satterfield Jr. on June 29, 2006
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The Logitech V270 has turned out to be the perfect mouse solution for me to use with the Bluetooth receiver built in to my Mac 17" PowerBook G4. I installed the V270 with Apple's Bluetooth software in less that two minutes and it has worked perfectly for me for two days of heavy computer use. If it goes to sleep from non-use, a flick of the wrist will instantly awaken it and off I go. I love it.

I have been looking for a reliable Bluetooth mouse to use with my PowerBook for well over two years. I bought a Bluetake Bluetooth mouse in February of 2004 but had to return it. Even after Apple's spport people helped me download the latest and greatest Bluetooth software, the Bluetake mouse would go into sleep mode and then would not work again until it was reinstalled -- not good. For reasons that are obvious I returned the Bluetake, for which I had paid nearly $70 for credit.

I did not buy another Bluetooth mouse until I decided to give the V270 a try. The online reviews of every other Bluetooth mouse were far too negative for me to be willing to take a chance on. But then I found the V270, for less than $40, and saw many enthusiastic reviews written by other Apple laptop owners whose machines include a built in Bluetooth receiver. I agree with them and then some. I could not have asked for more from this mouse. Highly recommended!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By BetaOp9 on November 25, 2006
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I would like to start off this review by pointing out the purpose of this mouse. It is designed to be a cost effective solution for a transeiver-less [meaning no silly USB devices to plug in to use the mouse] optical bluetooth mouse. As with any bluetooth device, there may be an issue in communication with some bluetooth devices. The best way to fix this is to talk with the manufacturer of the notebook or transceiver and see about an update in software, firmware, or hardware.

The first thing you will more than likely notice when holding this mouse is the way it fits your hand. It's not obsurdly small like some other notebook mice and it is no where near big. I've read where some reviews think the mouse is "too tall" to fit in their notebook cases. I personally find that may be true for the Mac notebook solutions but most other notebooks it will not be an issue. I own a Sony VAIO SZ-280P and the mouse is of the same thickness. It's designed to be confortable, so this means you need something to hold onto which it delivers that beautifully.

The setup on my notebook [which actually uses a Toshiba Bluetooth module] was fast and easy. Once it was setup with the bluetooth manager [which took all of 2 minutes] I can now turn on and off the mouse at any point and the notebook will detect it automatically within about 4-5 seconds [this may vary due to the notebook's refresh rate (how often the computer looks for devices)of the bluetooth manager]. Some reviews have noted that the mouse sometimes needs a second to respond. This second delay is the mouse 'waking up' from a soft sleep. Which nullfies the comment from another review stating that this device needs an 'auto off' function.
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