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Logitech M100 USB Optical Wired Mouse 910-001601 (Black)

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  • Connection Type: Wired
  • Movement Detection: Optical
  • Movement Resolution: 1000 dpi
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.1 x 5.1 x 7.1 inches ; 3.7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003B4BBFK
  • Item model number: 910-001601
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (426 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 5, 2010

Product Description

Full-size ambidextrous design1000dpi optical precision for smooth responsive tracking Plug-and-play simple set-up USB connectivityCompatible with Windows 7 Vista XP and Mac OS X 10.4 or later

Customer Reviews

I needed a mouse for my laptop and this one works great.
kimmers
I have been using this replacement mouse every day for the past two months and find it completely satisfactory so far.
E
It's the perfect size for my hand which is pretty small, although I often use big mouses.
viszerra

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

92 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Tiby312 on August 27, 2011
Four reasons you should buy this mouse:
1) It's cheap
2) It has 1000 dpi
3) It's logitech
4) It's Ambidextrous

Let me explain each of these points:
1) It's cheap so you can have a higher turn over rate.

2) You get 25% higher dpi than the B100 for two extra bucks. 1000-1600 dpi is what professional gamers tend to use though of course there are great players who use lower dpi mice. For example starcraft pro-gamer Select uses the intellimouse 3.0 which only has 400 dpi.

3) Logitech has good driver software that lets you disable mouse acceleration completely. The "Enhance pointer precision" in windows does NOT disable mouse acceleration, only lessens it. You can go on a hunt in your windows registry to really disable mouse acceleration, or you can just use logitech's SetPoint driver software. More info mouse acceleration found here: [...]

4) If you have a lot of mice, and are a computer power user, chances are that you switch hands from time to time to relieve muscle tension. Having Ambidextrous mice allows you to mix and match them to either hand.

This is a good basic mouse with no frills. I don't know what that one reviewers was talking about. The middle mouse button is easy to press. It is a light mouse, yes, but there is a simple philips screw underneath, so you add some makeshift weights if it really bothered you. A mouse good for the frugal gamer.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By LJ Dee on December 31, 2013
I bought this M100 Logitech at a local store and already have had it for more than a year already.

I know it is a basic mouse which does what it is intended to do, "scroll-point-click" and it really does deliver, and although as a power user myself I have also been using this mice for gaming (World of Tanks) and that game requires a lot of scrolling and clicking which puts my M100 into an abused-state mice but its still working up until know.

It have had this common problem which is the "Double Click on a single left mouse click" phenomenon and I think the problem lies within its substandard installed "microswitch" or in layman's term "the-clicker" getting used and abused overtime.

That problem exists even on other brands and models too (I already have 4 mice [2 logitech wireless and 2 a4tech wireless] on hand collecting dust with all of the same problems of double clicking on a single left mouse click).

Until one day I figured out how to fix it as I was frustrated on changing mice periodically.

All it really needed was a drop, and I really mean a "SINGLE DROP" of WD40!

And I did it on this mice as it was the one that is the most easiest to open as it only contains one screw underneath holding it together and is very easily accessible plus for the fact that it is "DIRT CHEAP", compared to my wireless mice which contained either 2 or 4 screws hidden under the gliders.

So yeah I opened the Logitech M100, located the Microswitch or the "clicker", put a single drop of WD-40 in on it. I also did put a drop of WD-40 on the right mouse clicker as well as the roller and the middle mouse clicker too to save me some time and effort.
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Sommer on April 29, 2011
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I have always liked and thus used Logitech's less expensive mice; the $10 mice. Model number is usually 'M' followed by a 3-digit number. They work GREAT. I usually buy a few at a time because there are four people in our household and sometimes we go through them in just a few months. My advice would be however, NOT to install the software that comes with the mouse. Windows automatically recognizes the mouse when plugged in. The Logitech CD just complicates matters.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By viszerra on August 21, 2012
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It's a great mouse, especially for the price! I love it, and it does everything I need a mouse to do. My only complaint is more of a preference then something wrong with the actual mouse. I prefer heavier mouses and this one is so light it takes some getting used to. However because its so light it makes it easy to take wherever you want. It weighs about the equivalent a Styrofoam sphere with a diameter of 6 inches. I also like the size of this mouse. It's the perfect size for my hand which is pretty small, although I often use big mouses. The mouse works on any surface so you don't need a mouse pad. It works on my glass desk, my blanket, even my leg. It's a very well made all around good standard mouse! I'm using it as a gaming mouse but if you are getting this for business this is definitely the perfect mouse for you.
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62 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Jeaux Bleaux on September 18, 2012
As noted in other reviews, the Logitech M100 mouse has an issue with "double clicks" when pressed a single time. This is similar to an age-old issue known as "key bounce" for keyboards. The circuitry should be capable of isolating a single button press and acting accordingly.

I have had numerous Logitech products in the past and currently have 2 Logitech keyboards and 2 Logitech mice. My personal keyboard is a very old (relatively speaking) G15. It has suffered more abuse yet kept on ticking right along.

Stay away from the M100, Logitech has many other mice that are far better and last much longer.
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