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Logitech V450 Cordless Laser Mouse

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  • Laser technology delivers smoother cursor control on virtually any surface.
  • Soft side grip and contoured shape offer superior comfort and effortless control
  • Up to one year of battery life keeps you going.
  • Experience a powerful and reliable signal with 2.4 GHz digital connection.
  • Side-to-Side Scrolling + Zoom - Tilt Wheel Plus Zoom is perfect for viewing digital photos and spreadsheets
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Product Description

Product Description

With extended battery life and all-terrain tracking, the Logitech® V450 Laser Cordless Mouse for Notebooks keeps on going when other mice have stopped. The micro-receiver stores inside the mouse, turning it off to save batteries for transport. Product Description Be more productive—wherever you use your laptop. With expectional comfort, great performance and enhanced reliability, the Logitech V450 Laser Cordless Mouse for Notebooks is your perfect notebook companion. The ergonomic design with soft rubber grips provides both superior comfort and hand support in a compact shape. Laser tracking delivers smoother, more responsive cursor control than standard optical mice, and the micro-receiver stores inside the mouse, turning it off to save batteries for transport.


Storable, wireless micro-receiver 
Plug-and-play USB micro-receiver tucks away neatly inside the mouse for easy transport and shuts your mouse off to save power.
  Ergonomic comfort
Soft rubber grip, finger grooves, and contoured shape offer support and effortless control with either hand.
  Laser precision
Outperforms optical mice. Laser technology delivers smoother cursor control and precision tracking on virtually any surface.* You'll be more productive--whenever you use your laptop.
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.
  Unsurpassed battery life
Keeps on going with up to one year of battery life**, minimizing the hassle of changing batteries  Use the "On/Off" button to save even more power. Battery indicator light, visible from the top of the mouse, eliminates surprises. 

Uninterrupted cordless performance 
Experience a powerful and reliable signal with 2.4 GHz Digital Cordless. No delays or dropouts even in the busiest wireless environments.

System Requirements:

  • IBM or compatible PC

    • Windows 98, 2000, Me, or XP
    • USB port
  • Macintosh system
    • Mac OSX 10.2.8+
    • USB port

Package Contents:

  • Logitech V450 Laser Cordless Mouse for Notebooks 
  • 2.4 GHz micro-receiver
  • Installation guide
  • Logitech SetPoint software CD (for Windows-based PC )
  • 2 AA batteries
  • 3-year limited warranty 

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 7.4 x 3.5 inches ; 8.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000GABCY2
  • Item model number: 931669-0403
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (308 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at September 14, 2004

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

128 of 130 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth on August 14, 2006
This is a notebook mouse that isn't too tiny for a regular user. I use this mouse about 8 hours a day on my laptop. I got this mouse mainly for portability if I have to travel for my business but it is still comfortable enough to be a desktop mouse.

A few things to note:

1) Laser mouse: This is a laser mouse which basically has very very high accuracy and pretty much works on any reasonable surface.

2) Scroll wheel: The scroll wheel is very smooth but does have the regular click feel to it as opposed to my Microsoft Wireless mouse which doesn't. I prefer having the click feel but that's my personal opinion. The scroll wheel can also be "clicked" to the left and right if you're working on stuff that requires you to use the horizontal scrollbars.

3) Continuity: The 2.4 Ghz frequency of the wireless is phenomenal. I work pretty much 99% of the time wirelessly in my basement and have never run into any problems whatsoever. Notice that the receiver, too, is a tiny USB dongle which is perfect for travelling?

4) Power: Why is it perfect? Well, the dongle actually plugs into the mouse and shuts the mouse off to convserve on battery besides helping portability. 2 AA batteries are supposed to last 1 year with regular usage. The mouse in itself also has a on/off button which you can use if you prefer not to have to remove and reinsert the dongle into the mouse all the time.

5) Indicator: The mouse also comes with an LED light that will light up when batteries are low so no surprises - especially for me since I'm also a daytrader.

The setpoint software that comes with Logitech is highly recommended. It even tells you if the battery is good or low.

I give this thing 5 stars. Everything I want in a notebook mouse and nothing less.
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58 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Joe Mooney VINE VOICE on March 3, 2008
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This could have been a great mouse.
Instead it's so frustrating to use that I am returning it
(thank you amazon, for your fair and reasonable return policy).

What I like about the V450:
o nice size and shape, feels good in the hand
o compact USB receiver
o major buttons (left, right) and scroll wheel are very smooth and pleasant to use.

What I hate about this mouse:
o movement response time is inconsistent. Sometimes it is very responsive - you move the mouse and the cursor moves appropriately. Other times there is a distinct lag - you move the mouse and nothing happens for the first few inches of travel. I find this very frustrating,
and inaccurate.
o wheel response time is also inconsistent. This is similar to the above complaint, except sometimes it goes into a state where you can move the wheel 1 click forward and back repeatedly with zero corresponding movement in your application. Another exceeding irritating problem.
o middle button requires far too much pressure to activate. If you use this button often you are going to hate this mouse. It takes much more pressure to activate than the other mice around my office do (2 Microsoft, a Dell, and a corded Logitech).
o buggy driver software. I originally installed the included drivers (and updated them via the internet) as this is necessary to allow use of the side scrolling buttons. The software is poorly designed so that some features (button use) are set in the Logitech Setpoint program, but other
mouse attributes (acceleration, sensitivity) are set in a different program. I could live with that, but the drivers make the already poor performance even worse.

Strangely, I purchased this cordless mouse to replace an aging corded Logitech which I like very much. I merely wanted to unclutter my desk by eliminating the cord.
For now I'm going back to my old Logitech mouse.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Jefferson on November 29, 2006
I got this mouse 4 months ago after I lost my old beloved wireless trackball when I moved. I bought this mouse from Sam's Club as a replacement for $25. I had some initial doubts about going back to basic mouse after using the trackballs for years. But I'm so happy with this mouse I will probably never go back to trackball now.

When you open the package you see 2 included AA batteries - not just any batteries, but Duracell batteries. How many times have you seen, say, a remote control, come with some cheap no-name batteries? But Logitech is certainly not cutting corners. It gave me two nice Duracell batteries. Now 4 months later with daily use, my software indicates the battery level is still "good."

Even though the mouse takes in 2 AA batteries, the mouse is surprisingly small. It makes me wonder sometimes how you can cram two AA batteries in there. But Logitech did it.

The small USB receiver attaches directly to the USB port. Some wireless mice have receives that connect to the USB port through a cord, which sort of defeats the purpose of being wireLESS. This is a much better design.

The signal between the mouse and the receiver is very good. I just tested the mouse-receiver range for the purpose of this review. I have no problem getting the mouse to work 15 feet away, which is the maximum test range that my living room allows.

I especially like the feature that you can store the receiver inside the mouse itself when not in use. I'm not a person who keeps good track of where everything is, and given the small size of the receiver, I'm sure this has saved me hours of time trying to locate the receiver.

The mouse uses laser to track movement. My computer work does not require laser precision, but still this is nice.
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