Logitech Tablet Mouse for Android 3.1+ (910-002626)
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- The mouse pairs easily with your Android tablet over Bluetooth wireless. Use it anywhere within 30 feet of your tablet.
- Actual wireless range will vary with use, settings and environmental conditions.
- The stylish travel pouch protects your mouse when you?re on the move - from home to the office, and back again
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|Sold By||Available from these sellers||Amazon.com||Rlg||ShopSmart Deals||Amazon.com||Rlg|
|Connectivity Technology||bluetooth||—||—||—||Wireless, Bluetooth||—|
|Item Dimensions||3.54 x 8.66 x 6.5 in||2 x 3 x 1 in||2 x 4.3 x 0.8 in||2 x 3 x 1 in||2.28 x 1.34 x 3.93 in||2.4 x 3.8 x 1.4 in|
|Item Weight||0.54 lb||4 ounces||1.94 ounces||4 ounces||2.16 ounces||2.01 ounces|
|Platform||Android||Windows 8||Windows 10, Windows 8||Android, Windows||Windows, Windows 8||Linux, Windows, Windows 8|
|Sensor Technology||Laser||Optical||Optical, Laser||Optical||Optical||Optical, Laser|
Make your tablet work for you. Now it’s easier than ever to get stuff done, especially when you’re using an external keyboard. You can scroll up and down through web pages or long documents without reaching for the touch screen. The mouse pairs easily with your Android tablet over Bluetooth wireless. Use it anywhere within 30 feet of your tablet.** Actual wireless range will vary with use, settings and environmental conditions.
From the Manufacturer
| Tablet Mouse for Android 3.1+ |
|•||Seamless Bluetooth wireless pairing with Android 3.1+ tablets|
|•||Laser sensor for precise, smooth tracking on more surfaces*|
|•||Up, down and side-to-side scrolling|
|•||Convenient travel pouch included|
* The laser sensor does not work on glass or mirrors.
** Actual wireless range will vary with use, settings and environmental conditions.
|Logitech Tablet Mouse for Android 3.1+ |
For point and scroll tablet control
Images are for demonstration purposes only. Actual product may vary slightly. Tablet sold separately.
|What's in the box? ||Works with |
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Pairing was a dream. Turn on bluetooth on the tablet, turn on the mouse, hit the connect button on the mouse, type in the pin and you're done. The mouse is accurate. And that's where it shines.
Courtesy of Apple and others, we've all been convinced that a finger is better than a stylus (unlikely to get lost). But fingers and stylii for capacitive screens lack accuracy. This mouse takes care of that. The mouse pointer pinpoints where you're interacting with the screen. And it fully functions just like a PC or Mac mouse.
The mouse is advertised as being an Android mouse. But it pairs and works very well with the Blackberry Playbook, too. If you have a smaller tablet (less than a 10" screen), this mouse can be a necessity. For example, Splashtop is a Playbook app to access your desktop PC via wifi. A finger or stylus tap is rarely exact on a screen scaled down from a normal monitor. But the mouse pointer works perfectly.
If someone asked me what the "must have" tablet accessories might be, this would be at the top or close to the top of the list.
I have noted that it is more and more difficult to find a straight up bluetooth mouse these days, because Logitech and all the other manufacturers are starting to use their own proprietary, RF, or "Unifying" wireless receivers, so for anyone who wants a good, reliable bluetooth mouse, this is the one to go for. Since it is made specifically for tablets, it doesn't come with a USB bluetooth dongle because all mobile devices have built-in bluetooth. So if you want to use it with a laptop or desktop, you can do so if your computer has built-in bluetooth or if you have another usb bluetooth dongle, which you can get for very cheap here on Amazon.
What works... single- and double-clicking with either button or the scroll wheel: same result as you'd expect from single- and double-tapping with a finger.
Scroll wheel: scrolls web pages, pages within a text editor, long scrolling lists within menus.
Clicking and dragging: same as dragging with a finger.
What doesn't work: Separate functionality for the left and right buttons? Nope. Left- and right-"tilt" of the scroll wheel? No effect.
The ability to scroll with the wheel is definitely handy -- likewise, the mouse's ability to target scroll-arrows and scroll bars precisely -- something that can be difficult to do with a finger. This precision makes working with web-forms much easier than it would otherwise be. (No luck dragging scroll _handles_, though. Oh well.)
Flaws: The mouse pointer sometimes takes as long as 20 seconds to appear while a web page is loading. Why this would be, I don't know. Bit of an irritation with slow-loading pages. On occasion the Bluetooth connection fails. Getting it back has required going through the full pairing procedure. Now that's irritating. My Zagg Bluetooth keyboard has no such problems.
One full star off for extremely poor documentation as supplied with the product -- not even minimal information about pairing (I already knew how; someone new to using Bluetooth might have trouble figuring it out).
The "information" in the Getting Started pamphlet shows, but doesn't even bother explaining when to use, the small Connect button on the underside. For crying out loud, why not? What, are we saving ink here? There's a web page whose URL appears in the pamphlet: "for Bluetooth setup instructions for your tablet." Wrong. The PDF you can download from that page is identical to the noticeable-in-its-absence information in the minimalist paperwork supplied with the mouse. Adventures In Discoverability: the real-world pairing information is actually on one of Logitech's FAQ pages: [...]
[EDIT: looks as if Amazon scrubbed the URL. Look at the Logitech FAQ page -- easy enough to find -- for the link to the 'how to pair' topic.]
That they would have omitted so much information, when it would have cost them nothing to include it, is inexcusable. Shame, Logitech. Take a lesson from Zagg, whose (supplied) documentation for paring its Bluetooth keyboard does the job quite well.
So the thing works and, despite its limitions, will be useful when I'm using the tablet on a stand. No doubt it will be much more useful when it's paired with a laptop or Bluetooth-enabled desktop system. (Well, unless its irritating habit of losing the connection persists.) Just don't expect complete functionality in Honeycomb. Wonder if it's any different in ICS...
[EDIT: a friend with a Motorola tablet has also had mixed success with mice. He reports the same problems I've observed: pointer freezes, disappears, takes a while to reappear. He figures it's a problem generally with mouse support in Android. Beats me...]
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