|National Stock Number||7025-01-528-4615|
Logitech PS/2 Optical Wheel Mouse (Not USB)
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|Connectivity Technology||PS/2, USB|
|Movement Detection Technology||Optical|
|Item Weight||0.25 Pounds|
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- 6 foot cable
- PS/2 input
- 6 Feet Mouse Cable.
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|Sold By||—||larrylibooks||Parts Collection (USA Seller)||The Surplus-Hut||EVASALES101||Amazon.com|
|Connectivity Technology||PS/2, USB||PS/2, Wired||PS/2||Wireless, PS/2||PS/2||USB|
|Item Dimensions||0 x 0 x 0 inches||5.1 x 2.75 x 2 inches||5 x 2.5 x 2.25 inches||2.38 x 7.18 x 9.6 inches||9.4 x 5.3 x 1.3 inches||4.47 x 2.28 x 1.54 inches|
|Item Weight||4.00 ounces||3.20 ounces||4.16 ounces||—||7.84 ounces||3.26 ounces|
|Platform||Windows||—||—||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT||Windows, Linux||Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional|
|Sensor Technology||Optical||Optical, Laser||Optical||Optical||Optical||Optical|
State-of-the-art optical sensors provide the smoothest tracking on most work surfaces. Since there are no moving parts, optical mouse require less maintenance and will outlast traditional ball-base mouse.
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Also very comfortable to use for extended periods of time, and quite accurate. The accuracy was actually very impressive given this is an older technology mouse, being used with a nearly 20-year-old PC with outdated input hardware. The pointer never jumped, froze, or moved erratically.
The end connector seemed sturdy and didn't seem like it would be damaged if you simply attempted to insert it in the wrong orientation. Logitech scored on this product as usual.
I chose this one because of the Logitech brand vs unknown, the reviews, and because it is a true PS2 mouse. The mouse seems to be of decent quality. The buttons and wheel have a nice feel.
This mouse does have one quirk though. My keyboard shelf has a wood grain veneer, which caused the mouse to freak out every few minutes (it would jump to the top left of the screen). I downloaded and installed the latest Logitech driver but that didn't help. I was beginning to think the mouse was defective. It seemed unlikely but I placed it on a mouse pad to see if that would help, and it is okay now. My mouse pad has a print design, and though the mouse has been working much better with it, it has freaked out on me a few times over the last week. My conclusion is this mouse needs a solid color surface to work correctly.
I was trouble shooting a motherboard with only one USB port working so I could not get a USB keyboard and a USB mouse to both work. Thank you Amazon for offering same day shipping on this simple PS/2 mouse.
This is not a gamer mouse and is just really simple bare bones mouse on a cable. Everything works fine. Two buttons and a scroll bar.
I would recommend keeping one on hand as an emergency backup.
For starters they do not occupy your valuable USB ports. If you increase the sample rate to 200 and buffer to 300 in the device manager they are even more responsive than standard USB mice which have a sample rate of 125. - Of course you can tweak the USB polling rate up-to 1000 Hz, but this will affect all your other devices, and cut your battery life if you are using wireless.
PS/2 mice do not increase your boot time and do not use as many CPU cycles to operate. They are very lite and there are no batteries to replace.
This particular mouse is pretty nice. The shape is comfortable for medium to larger hands.
Buttons work very satisfactorily. For me, with my medium hands the buttons are spaced just the right distance apart.
The buttons make a strange bouncy noise if tapped lightly. - Not a real issue.
The shape is very good at not stressing my wrist.
The cord is on the thick side (slightly) for mice but it is not in the way by any means. - Thicker cord means more durability.
At first the wheel seemed a little loud, but it got better with use.
The tactile feel of the wheel itself is standard, which is perfectly good enough for me.
I had to increase the lines per click to 10 for this mouse to scroll as fast as I like. But I raise this parameter with all of my mice.
This mouse has no trouble tracking on my wood veneer table top. The sensor is very good.
In general this mouse performs the same as my standard HP mouse which came bundled with my old computer. The only difference being a slightly better shape.
I am not giving this mouse 5 stars only because of the slight deficiency in the wheel performance, otherwise it is great.