|Item model number||910-002516|
|Item Weight||1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 5.4 x 3.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||7.01 x 5.39 x 3.35 inches|
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- The Cube is always ready when you are-and the receiver is less likely to be lost
- The Cube is always ready when you are-and the receiver is less likely to be lost
- You get the reliability of a cord with wireless convenience and freedom
- Plus, you don't have to deal with the hassle of multiple wireless receivers
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|Battery Type||—||AA||Lithium Polymer (LiPo)||—|
|Connectivity Technology||Wireless||Wireless||Wireless, Bluetooth||Wireless, Bluetooth|
|Hardware Connectivity||USB||Radio Frequency||USB 2.0||Bluetooth|
|Item Dimensions||5.39 x 7.01 x 3.35 in||4.72 x 1.61 x 2.56 in||3.37 x 1.9 x 4.96 in||2.1 x 2 x 0.9 in|
|Item Weight||0.9 ounces||4.55 ounces||5.12 ounces||2.3 ounces|
|Platform||—||Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, Mac OS X 10.7 Lion||Windows 8||Windows, Windows 8, Android, Windows RT|
Logitech Cube. More than a mouse. Small enough to fit in your pockets-it can even clip onto your keychain, thanks to the included pouch. With its breakthrough design, Logitech Cube redefines the computer mouse with a shape that fits in your hand and will fascinate your friends and family, colleagues and clients. Its sleek, minimalist, cubic form factor has been stripped down to the essentials. Fitting snugly into a pocket or a pouch on your key ring, it's ready to go wherever you go. It points, clicks, scrolls-like a traditional mouse. Lift it slightly to the left or right to move forward and backward on the Web or rotate pics. Standing on its small end, you can tap the top end to play and pause your entertainment. And-like a volume knob-turn it clockwise to crank up your movies, music and TV shows. It's never been easier to read your Facebook page, shop Amazon or scroll through Google searches-thanks to the smooth-scrolling app.
From the Manufacturer
Logitech CubeThe tiny mouse and presenter that starts big conversations
With its breakthrough design, Logitech Cube redefines the computer mouse. From a full-function mouse that doubles as a presenter to a fascinating shape that fits in your shirt pocket, Logitech Cube helps you make a big impression from the living room to the meeting room.
From mouse to presenter—effortlessly
Pocket-perfect travel size
Smooth scrolling by touch
Six-in-one wireless receiver
Reliable, rechargeable power
A flick of the switch keeps the Cube from using power while it's in your pocket.
What's in the box?
- Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7
- Mac OSX 10.5 or later
- Grab-and-go mouse and presenter
- Breakthrough pocket-size cube design
- Smooth-as-smartphone touch scrolling*
- Logitech Unifying receiver connects six compatible wireless devices
- USB-rechargeable battery
- For Windows and Mac computers
Top Customer Reviews
* The bottom is made of soft plastic - it got scratched up the second I put it on a table.
* The mouse is always on - even when your computer is sleeping. This means the mouse battery dies in three days, if you not turning the mouse off and on with the switch.
* Not oleophobic - this means you will leave greasy fingerprints all over it
* No tectile feedback to know where to click for the right click - this means you will click left mouse button when you want to click the right mouse button
* No storage for the receiver - If you do not do anything about it you are guaranteed to loose the receiver. I had to make a little pouch out of velcro to store the receiver on the protective case that came with the mouse
Couple minor annoyances:
* No laser pointer - it is intended to double as a presenter, so a pointer is a must.
I wish Logitech put a bit more thought into this thing, then it would have rocked the world. For now it's just an odd travel mouse.
Very smooth scrolling
Wireless to 25m (about 80 ft)
Too small to be ergonomic
Inconvenient means to go back one slide for presentations
Inconvenient right button mouse function
No built-in storage for the dongle: it will get lost unless always plugged in
As a professional presenter, the idea of a combination presentation Device and a mouse was of great interest to me. Unfortunately, its cool, but not practical.
THE NAME: THE CUBE
It isn't a cube. Well, the packaging is. I guess that's marketing for you. But a cube would not be handy shape for a presentation device or a mouse. So in this review I'll call it The Device. I'd make a terrible marketer.
WHAT YOU GET
Inside the packaging is The Device itself, which is just over 1x2x5/8" in size, a USB type A male to USB micro-B male charging cable, a very small USB type A dongle, and a carrying case for the Device itself. USB type A male is the standard USB plug that fits most laptops and desktops.
The Device is charged by plugging it into your computer via the charging cable. In use, it functions wirelessly when you plug the dongle into your computer and switch on the charged Device, after drivers are installed.
THE DEVICE AS A MOUSE
It was not intuitive to me, probably because I expected it to be something other than a basic mouse. I had recently seen a video for an incredible-looking Device called The Leap (leapmotion splat com) and tried waving it at the screen, and obviously nothing happened. It also did not come with any instructions, and I'm a bit embarrassed to say that to figure out the basic use (not the connections, that was easy) I looked online. The business about one button serving as both left and right button by turning the mouse around was not obvious to me.
It works as an optical mouse, assuming the optical sensor is facing down against an appropriate surface (i.e. not glass or other reflective surface). When you have the on-off switch on the side facing you, it moves the cursor in the expected way. You can't quite see it, but there is a button that serves as the left button. There is no right button, but if you turn the mouse 180 degrees (switch surface away from you), the button works as a right button. I just learned that if you bend your finger and click at the bottom of the mouse, it will work as a right button without turning the mouse. Stroking the top surface serves as a scrolling wheel.
I guess this is ok as an emergency mouse, or as a novelty. I use the right button a lot, and having to turn the mouse around to access the right button is unacceptable for normal use. The mouse itself is unacceptably small and unergonomic. Cute, yes, I'll give it that.
THE DEVICE AS A PRESENTATION DEVICE
My job includes customer presentations, and I have given several hundred of them in the past 10 years. LogiTech makes the best presentation devices I have ever used. My favorite is Logitech 2.4 GHz Cordless Presenter (Black).
This small device could never replace the Cordless Presenter. It has only a button to advance slides; to go back, you have to turn The Device around in your hand and use the same button, which is really awkward. It is not as easy to turn on and off. It is missing several other minor but useful features like a screen blanker button, a timer, a built-in laser pointer. While The Device is smaller, smaller is not always better: it is far more likely to get lost in my bag when I need it in a hurry, and does not fit comfortably in my hand. The Cordless Presenter is the perfect size, and I can't think of any way to improve it.
BUILT TO LAST?
The marketing from Logitech says this: "The Logitech Cube is built by the world leader in mice and backed by a three-year limited hardware warranty." Like nearly all electronics, The Device is made in China. Unlike most Logitech devices, I doubt this was designed by the same team that designs their other products, which are often the best in the industry. I suspect it is something someone found being sold in China, and decided to market it as Logitech, but I'm guessing.
Example: the Cordless Presenter has storage for its network dongle built into the body of the unit itself - which is why I have never lost it in the years I have owned it. The Cube provides no storage for the tiny dongle that comes with it, nor for the recharging cable, and they are sure to be lost. Even if The Device is sturdy - hard to say - losing an essential piece like the dongle renders The Device useless, and I do not call that built to last by any stretch. If it was designed by Logitech, why would they not learn from their own products, where they solved this problem before?
The Device isn't useful or practical for me either as a presentation device or as a mouse. It does work as it says, it does not cause damage, but it is not ergonomic or convenient, so I give it two stars, which on Amazon means "I don't like it."
It might be different for you. It IS cute. It IS novel. It might attract attention or start conversations if that's your thing. And if you find it so, I'd love to read your review to hear your perspective, so leave me a comment telling me you wrote a favorable review.
This little cube mouse? Does everything that it says it will do. It's extremely cute, works swiftly, and is pretty easy to figure out.
It's tiny. And I mean tiny. I'm 5' nothing and have small hands and it gave MY hand a cramp to use it for too long. I do a lot of photo editing and there is no way I could use this to edit. My children, however, love using it, although I keep wondering how long it will be before they lose it - yes, it's that small!
The verdict? Very cool and would likely be ideal for a business person who is in a lot of meetings, but impractical for the average user.
The out of box experience was very impressive - from opening the outer box to the package itself. I wasn't prepared for how SMALL the Cube is. It basically feels like using a box of Tic-Tacs as a mouse. Design was elegant, and the wireless receiver worked instantly with no configuration on my new Mac mini. But within a few minutes, I knew there was a problem.
The Cube is so small that my hand started feeling cramped almost immediately. I can't imagine using that for any more than a few minutes at a time. Also, the scrolling function was unreliable and frustrating. I gave up after less than a day of use and downgraded to a regular Bluetooth mouse (from Microsoft, no less).
I am returning the Cube disappointed because I had high hopes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
it is a small and the battery long life time
you can flip it to change the pages
I like it and I recommend it.