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Logitech V220 Cordless Optical Mouse for Notebooks (Dark Silver)
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The only complaint I have is the instruction pamphlet could have been a little clearer about which way to install the battery. The diagram shows the stud of the positive end of the battery going first into the mouse but it has a very small (-) sign on the end with a small (+) side on the other end. A quick glance leads you to put the positive end first just by how the drawing looks.
I purchased a bargain store brand cordless mouse that was much smaller, had a tiny tilt wheel with an automatic shut off that allows the battery to run down for several minutes before shutting off. The Logitech V220, for the same price, puts the bargain brands to shame. It's the only cordless notebook mouse you will ever need.
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The V220 is a pretty good mouse considering the price tag. It's compact and rugged looking, with rubber pads at the sides for a good grip.
It only needs one AA battery (Note: the diagram is misleading with regard to the way to put in the battery. You should see the + side when you're closing the top)
You can use it for desktops as well as laptops.
There's storage space for the receiver at the bottom, and once you click it into place, the mouse automatically shuts off.
The ridged rubber wheel is the noisy variety, and goes click, click, click, all the way home.
It comes with no software, but gives you a link to the website where you can get a download to make the mouse do tricks. After the download, you can scroll from side to side, click and roll to zoom, and if you give it a shove, it can even roll over and play dead.
It has a warning light to tell you when your battery needs changing.
It doesn't come with a case or pouch, but looks like it can handle going commando just fine.
In summary, it's a good mouse, but not a great mouse - and well worth the price.
Amanda Richards, October 9, 2007
The software from Logitech is bloated and of little practical value.
In the beginning everything was great, it worked wonderfully and seemed to serve its purpose very well. After a few months I starrted noticing some tracking problems, but quickly put it aside as a failing battery. After replacing the battery I still had problems, until one day it just stopped working.
Through some deduction I realized that problem is not with the mouse, but with the large clunky usb drive. The size, much larger than newer models, is such that it will get bumped occasionally, many times without notice.
The usb drive is so cheaply made ( as evidence I took it apart only to find a thin copper plate secured by a couple pieces of scotch tape tape) that even the occasional nudge will destroy this excessively fragile device. This is a problem. For desktop users, it may never be an issue, but for laptop owners there are better options.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this mouse several years ago from a box store. I would say this mouse has lasted long enough to make it a VERY good value for the money.
Pros: comfortable. Read more
I have had this mouse since 2011 (writing this review at the start of 2016), and I've only had to change the batteries thrice. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tyler S.
I've had this mouse for about 8 years and it's still working fine! I bought it to pair with my college laptop. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sadie Hopkins