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Logitech MX620 Cordless Laser Mouse (Black)

3.9 out of 5 stars 135 customer reviews
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  • Revolutionary hyper-fast scroll wheel
  • Laser precision
  • Cordless Freedom
  • Extended battery life
  • Advanced search and navigation
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Product Description

Product Description

MX620 Cordless Laser Mouse

From the Manufacturer

Hyper-fast scrolling and laser precision.

Fly through even the longest documents in mere seconds with a revolutionary hyper-fast scroll wheel that shifts to precise, click-to-click scrolling for navigating lists, slides, and image collections. Advanced laser technology outperforms optical mice, delivering smoother cursor control on surfaces where optical mice can´t go.

Advanced power management techniques extend battery life to up to 1 year or longer. Logitech® 2.4 GHz Digital Cordless ensures uninterrupted connection, even in the busiest wireless environments.

Features

     
Revolutionary hyper-fast scroll wheel
Fly through long documents at hyperspeed with the nearly frictionless alloy scroll wheel. Shift to precise, click-to-click scrolling for navigating lists, slides, and image collections.
  Laser precision
Enjoy pixel-perfect precision and smoother cursor control on virtually all surfaces.
  Extended battery life
Up to a year of battery life—longer if you use the on/off button. A battery power indicator eliminates surprises.
 
           
     
Uninterrupted cordless performance
Logitech 2.4 GHz Digital Cordless ensures uninterrupted connection, even in the busiest wireless environments.
  Advanced search and navigation
Highlight a word or phrase and press the search button to display results from your favorite search engine instantly. Universal forward/back buttons speed up Web browsing and paging through large documents.
  Ergonomic comfort
Soft rubber grip, finger grooves, and contoured shape offer support and effortless control.
 

System Requirements

PC

  • Windows® XP, Windows Vista™
  • USB port

Mac

  • Mac OS® X (10.2.8 or later)
  • USB port

Package Contents

  • Logitech® MX™ 620 Cordless Laser Mouse
  • 2.4 GHz micro-receiver
  • 2 AA batteries
  • Installation Guide
  • 5-year limited hardware warranty

Product Information

Product Dimensions 8 x 2.6 x 9.2 inches
Item Weight 13.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 13.6 ounces
ASIN B000QJ3DZE
Item model number 910-000240
Customer Reviews
3.9 out of 5 stars 135 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,995 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Computer Accessories > Keyboards, Mice & Accessories > Mice
Date first available at Amazon.com October 2, 2001

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I don't usually don't take the time to rate products, but I really like this mouse and noticed that some others had problems with it while others loved it. Here's my bottom line on it:
1) DOES NOT FEEL CHEAPLY MADE -- to the contrary, feels heavier and more substantial than the previous Logitech corded laser mice I have owned; I have used it for 6 months or more and the feet are not coming off or anything like that. So I really don't know what other reviewers are talking about here, unless they are used to some kind of high-end heavy duty mouse or something. Looking at my mouse, it would take an effort to physically take the feet off of it, so I can't understand the "separating feet" comment either.
2) WIRELESS RANGE CAN BE AN ISSUE -- some of the other reviews mention this mouse has "jerky" behaviour. I had the same problem until I moved the USB receiver from my PC tower (which was under the desk) to a USB hub I have on my desktop that is closer to the mouse. So jerkiness is not an inherent problem with this mouse, but you DO need to be able to place the USB receiver module in close enough proximity to the mouse to ensure you don't have this problem.
3) WORKS GREAT WITH WINDOWS XP -- some reviewers had problem using this mouse with one of the MAC operating systems. I can't comment on this, but I had absolutely no problem or trouble using this with Windows XP. Was a seamless process.
4) GREAT PRICE -- I think $39 at Amazon is a great price for what you're getting here. Some of the other cordless mice are over $100, so logically these more expensive mice have to be better/more features in some respects or they are taking you to the cleaners! But this mouse meets all the requirements I have for a mouse.
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No regrets on this purchase, have a had it a couple weeks after upgrading from a wired, optic mouse. I have Windows Vista and so far no problems with connectivity or access to the mouses functions. I think it's important to note that I actually went to a store that carried most of the mice I was interested in and was able to test them all out for overall performance, quality, comfort etc... this allowed me to actually feel what I was going to purchase (a concept some people don't seem to understand, why buy a mouse online with no idea of how it actually feels for you personally).

After trying the different mice I narrowed it down to Logitechs and eventually I decided to go with the mx620 over the revolution. Both felt very comfortable, but I actually found the 620 to be more comfortable overall (for me personally). Although the 620 doesn't have the rechargeable battery, thumb wheel, or the neat auto-shifting wheel gear of the mx revolution it does hold a charge for a much longer period of time (lower maintenance), it has thumb buttons that can serve a similar purpose to the wheel, and so far I still prefer the click to click style thumb-wheel anyway, as I personally am rarely scrolling through massive documents. Also, for me personally, if I am worried about work-flow and speed I'm usually using my wacom tablet instead of a mouse. Tablets allow for much faster point and click or ink and paint as well as giving the user a much more fine touch in general, they just take a while to master. This fact made the extra functions on the mx revolution less appealing to me.
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This is one of the best mice I have found to work well on Mac.

I've been using Mac now for several years after being a lifelong Windows user. I had been using the Apple bluetooth wireless mice and in general I liked them, but after a while they would start acting up. It would become very difficult to right-click or the scroll ball would get dirty and start sticking. The dirty scroll ball is easy to fix (just clean it) but the right-click issue would really become a problem. I ended up going through probably 4 or 5 of these mice before I decided to ditch it and try something else.

I then did some research online and ended up buying quite a few more mice. The first was a Microsoft bluetooth mouse. It took a bit of "hacking" to get it working on Mac but eventually it paired up but I didn't like the performance at all. It was very laggy and unprecise.

After more research, I then ordered the bluetooth mouse from Razer. Razer is very well known as the makers of some of the best mice for gaming. Very precise and accurate. But, they are a bit expensive. I ended up ordering two of these based on the great reviews (one for my Mac Pro and one for my laptop). These turned out to indeed be very precise and accurate but they had an irritating trait. If you let it sit still for just a couple seconds (and I mean only 2 or 3 here), when i went to move it again it would have a slight delay in responding and thus the mouse pointer would end up jumping. I found this extremely annoying and made it very difficult to use. I contacted Razer about this and after a few email exchanges and testing on different computers (I tried on a total of 6 different Macs all with the same experience), they told me this was due to it going into a "power saving" mode to make the batteries last longer.
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