|Brand Name||Original Equipment Manufacture|
|Item model number||910-001204|
|Operating System||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Mac OS X 10.4+|
|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 8.9 x 6.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||2.64 x 8.9 x 6.38 inches|
|Computer Memory Type||DDR3 SDRAM|
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Logitech Corded Mouse (M500)
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- Fly through long documents and Web pages with just a flick of the nearly frictionless scroll wheel
- Outperforms optical mice with smoother cursor control on virtually any surface
- Get more support and control with soft side grips and contoured design
- Move through Web pages and navigate your photo albums easily with backward/forward buttons
- Works right out of the box-just plug it into your USB port
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1000 dpi laser precision
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Soft side grips and contoured design
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Top Customer Reviews
Like many Logitech mice, the M500 is ergnomically shaped for comfort and reduced strain/tension. Logitech mice are the most comfortable I have used. You can mouse around for hours with much less strain than when using mice from other manufacturers.
Like Logitech's more recent models, the M500 has a scroll wheel that you can switch between regular scrolling and "hyper scrolling," where you give the wheel a little flick and it scrolls very quickly through huge amounts of data. Once you try this feature, you won't go back to a mouse that doesn't have it.
You can also push the scroll wheel to the left or right for horizontal scrolling.
The M500 also has forward and back buttons within easy reach of the thumb, useful for quickly jumping through website or powerpoint slides.
It is a laser mouse, which is much more precise than the older optical mice. It tracks well on most surfaces I've tried, though of course not on glass (Logitech makes more expensive mice that track well on glass).
There are only two things I'd caution you about before purchasing. First, this mouse is really designed to be used by the right hand only. It's possible to use it with the left hand, but it's not as comfortable, and using the forward/back buttons isn't nearly as practical or easy with the left hand as with the right.
Second, this is a corded mouse. You might prefer cordless. For me, corded mice have advantages: no battery to wear out, no charging cradles, no usb receiver to lose, and I've found that corded mice track better than many cordless mice (though the very newest cordless mice, like Logitech's "Anywhere MX" and "Performance MX" track very, very well).Read more ›
The top of the mouse and the left/right buttons are made of a textured plastic and the sides are a rubbery grip. It's a small touch, but it really gives the mouse a quality feel to it.
Both the back and forward buttons are placed on the left side of the mouse, which is my preferred placement. Some mice put the forward button on the right side and I find that my pinky isn't really trained well enough to use the button.
The scroll wheel feels like it's weighted, but it's still very easy to rotate. Below the scroll wheel is a toggle switch that will turn on and off the stepped scrolling in the wheel. When off, you can spin the weighted wheel and let it go on its own momentum for a while. The stepped scrolling mode feels a bit looser than what I'm used to, but it still works great. My only complaint with this mouse is that the looser scrolling causes me to accidentally scroll while I'm pressing the middle button. It really only bothers me when I'm playing first person shooters because sometimes I'll accidentally switch weapons when I click the middle button. The scroll wheel also tilts left and right if you're looking for that functionality.
+ Feels as solid as any Logitech mouse that I've ever owned: MX 500, MX 700, and the G7.Read more ›
Added 2012/04/19: I still enjoy my corded MX400. For my laptops, we enjoy light (1-battery) M305's. And since discovering the Logitech Solar Keyboard, I bought 3: I found that the touch was outstanding and that I ended up typing much faster and more accurately. I should write a review of the keyboard at the proper place... Logitech still does a lot of things right!
This product - the corded mouse, has the same great feel as the MX revolution, and the same great scroll wheel but without all the nuisances of wireless operation.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Possibly one of the worst mice i've ever owned.
I like the design and nearly everything except the fact that it's severely laggy and un-precise. Read more
Great mouse, my old one lasted for more than 3 years before giving out, Bought this one to replace.Published 1 day ago by G. Card
Excellent. Had to go back to a wired mouse. As a graphics designer, I could no longer use an unreliable wireless signal while pushing pixels. No more problems!Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Love this little devil. Have used and abused it since I purchased it and it still works flawlessly.
I don't use it much for gaming, however it is very smooth for Skyrim,... Read more
well designed, solid build quality, feels great in the hand especially if you've used the gaming series from logitech (G5, etc)Published 3 days ago by ransur0t
Great, Great, Great mouse! Big enough for my big hand, heavy enough to feel it and works really well. Very happy with it!Published 4 days ago by Jack L. Smith
I had this mouse for weeks and I like it, but those two buttons messes things up when inadvertently clicked.Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer