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Logitech MX700 Cordless Optical Mouse (930754-0403)


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  • MX Optical Engine delivers more accuracy and control than ever before
  • Fast RF cordless technology works within a six foot range, even on crowded desks
  • Rapid charge base station ensures that your mouse is always ready
  • Cruise Control scrolling system provides more efficient scrolling through long documents or web sites
  • Two thumb buttons let you quickly move forward or back between pages on the Internet
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Product Details

Product Manual [65kb PDF]
  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00006HZ0L
  • Item model number: 930754-0403
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (287 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 29, 2002

Product Description

Product Description

Designed for advanced precision and control this Logitech MX 700 cordless optical mouse has an MX optical engine and a cruise control scrolling system. Fast RF cordless technology and a rapid-charge base station mean convenience and freedom too. Features include 800 dpi sensor; 2 cruise control buttons for continuous scrolling up or down; quick switch program selector for switching views between active programs and documents; sleek contoured design; Mouseware software CD; user guide; USB to PS/2 adapter; and AC adapter.

Amazon.com

The Logitech MX700 just raised the bar of expectation on precision and control. With its powerful Logitech MX optical engine, the MX700 instantly responds to even your fastest movements. The rechargeable Fast RF cordless technology gives the responsiveness of a corded connection, but without the cord. The two Cruise Control buttons provide continuous scrolling through long documents or Web sites, and the rapid-charge base station acts as a receiver and a charger in one.

Customer Reviews

The mouse works well on all surfaces, including solid black.
Anthony Waters
Battery life has been great as well, only running out the time I used it two days straight without a charge.
Benny Bookman
I did a research on cordless/optical mice and the Logitech MX700 was by far the best mouse.
Meledie Knopf

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

168 of 176 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 7, 2003
Well, I've been using this one for about a month now and it's definitely growing on me.
Here's the Pro's:
1. Wireless, no cords catching on anything no distance restrictions.
2. Good looking
3. Easy to set up, just plug it in and it works, installing the software is another issue I'll address in a second.
4. NIMH Batteries with a reciever/recharger, the power lasts forever, and simply placing the mouse in the reciever to recharge is a great idea.
5. Semi-customizable buttons may add diversity for some users (I haven't found it very useful with the applications I use.)
The Cons:
1. NOT FOR BIG HANDS!! The ergonomic design is, from what I can tell, aimed at people with small to medium sized hands. I however am 6'5" and have extra large hands that do not fit the ergonomics of this mouse at all, it was actually very uncomfortable at first, but I've slowly gotten used to it.
2. Glitchy control in some applications. From what I've read this issue has to do more with Logitechs software than with the mouse. I use a lot of Adobe and Macromedia products for Graphic and Web design and this mouse just doesn't seem to want to work well with any of them. Left clicking while holding short cut keys has lead to all kinds of strange and annoying results. (to many to list)
3. Limited programming, with my previous mouse (Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer) I had the option of programming each button to activate just about any command I could think of, with any key combination I could want, which made my shortcuts in design applications a breeze, that mouse would also change the button functions depending on which program I had open.
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71 of 72 people found the following review helpful By A. Valentine on November 26, 2002
As someone who does a lot of precision mouse work with graphics programs, I stayed away from wireless mice for a long time. Logitech has always made quality hardware, I've used several Logitech mice over the years. The classic 3 button mouse was great, then I made the switch to Logitech's first optical mouse a few years ago. The first Logitech optical mouse was not every precise but with it's glowing logo, it was quite the office eye catcher. For the past 6 months, I was using the dual optical for more precise movements.
The Mx700 is a really good looking mouse, the titanium/black finish matches perfectly with more modern components such as aluminum cases and silver finish monitors. The base station is quite sturdy and the mouse looks very attractive seated in the base unit.
Installation itself is fairly simple, just connect the base station to your computer's usb port and connect the ac adapter to the input at the end of the cable. You will need to charge the mouse for 2 hours before use. Once the mouse is charged, you will need to turn on the computer and install the software.
The mouse itself really shines when browsing, the forward and back buttons on the left side are quite useful. The scroll functions work well in IE, but you will need to change the settings in mozilla to get decent scroll speed, just look under the advanced tab in the settings menu.
I've read some previous complaints about software, but I've found that the MX700 drivers work great. I've also tested this mouse on Redhat 8 with no problems, although it does take some configuration to get the other buttons working. Logitech needs to port mouseware to Linux! Overall, a great mouse.
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46 of 46 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 18, 2002
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I have read a lot about the incompatibility of this mouse with several games. Here are a few hints that could make things a lot easier,
1. Don't install the software that comes with it. I plugged in the mouse on my windows XP PC, and the mouse works just fine. The only button that would not work without the included software is the one on the center on top of the mouse. Since all this does is toggle between application, it not a big deal (you can use ALT-TAB for the same function). If you really feel the need to customize the buttons, wait for the latest software fixes/updates from logitech.
2. Don't throw away your favorite corded mouse. During gaming (heavy use), the mouse only lasts for about 6-7 hours on a charge. As this mouse runs out of power (needing recharging) you may need your corded mouse still plugged-in handy, if you are in the middle of some action.
3. The mouse feels very different at first, making you want to puke at throwing away you hard earned money. Be patient, this mouse takes time to get used to, and once you get used to it you'll love it! It is so precise, try sniping while running/strafing, you will never go back to your old mouse. The mouse is a little heavier due to the batteries, but since the mouse is so precise you can set it at high sensitivity (you'll get used to it) and you won't have to move it much. I personally like the "weighty" feel of the mouse, reminds me of the good 'ol mouse with a heavy rollerball underneath.
This an excellent mouse and well worth it with the $20 rebate.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By AbuHafsa on January 10, 2003
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This is the first cordless mouse I've bought. After doing a lot of research and reading the reviews I decided to buy this one. I wasn't disappointed. Here's why:
1. Ease of installation and use: It was a breeze to install and use. The software configuration utility that comes with it is excellent. It tells you when the battery is running low.
2. Charging system: The mouse came with two rechargeable batteries and a charging stand. The batteries last upto 18 hrs of use before they need to be recharged and usually recharge in a couple of hours. This mouse is not a battery guzzler.
3. Functionality and ergonomics: The scrolling is fast, smooth, and accurate. I have had no problems with any kind of signal interference. The shape is comfortable and I love the back/forward buttons.
4. Looks: The metallic on silver design perfectly complements my Viewsonic VA720 silver flat panel. The styling is modern, yet elegant.
MY RECOMMENDATION: This mouse is well worth the money. You won't regret buying this peripheral for your computer. Go ahead and pamper yourself.
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