Logitech Cordless Mouseman Wheel Reviews
Product Type: Logitech mice & trackballs
Description:Model ID 930497-0909 / Logitech Cordless MouseMan Wheel - Mouse - mechanical - 4 button(s) - wireless - PS/2, USB - white - retail / Cordless MouseMan Wheel eliminates that frustration with cords that catch on the edge of the desk, tangle around things while in use, and limit ... more
Logitech Cordless Mouseman Wheel ... movement and increases productivity by combining the performance of a corded mouse with cordless convenience, flexibility and freedom. Cordless MouseMan Wheel is based on the innovative design of Logitech's flagship MouseMan Wheel - a product, which has won more awards than any other in the company's history. Its sculpted shape features a soft-touch grip for increased comfort and control. A scroll wheel, which also functions as a fourth mouse button, offers easy navigation in Windows and on the Web. With the included MouseWare software, users can easily customize all buttons, including the scroll wheel, for frequently used commands. Cordless MouseMan Wheel uses standard AAA batteries. Smart power management features extend the battery life to six months to a year of normal use. Cordless MouseMan Wheel features pleasing colors and a sleek texture, designed to harmonize with Logitech's next generation of desktop peripherals.
Newest Review: ... As it stands, it's not that big a box. I think this box also doubles up to connect a wireless Logitech keyboard, but I ... more
Customer Logitech Cordless Mouseman Wheel Reviews (2)
by - written on 19/10/01, updated on 19/10/01 (Very useful, 96 readings)
Having been given this mouse as a birthday present, I have been most impressed with it. My previous mouse didn't even have a scroll button, so this was a big upgrade for me. Cordlessness ------------ This is fantastic. One less wire on my desktop, which quite frankly I could do with. The range is quite good as well. I can now sit a couple of metres away and operate my PC from my bed, quite useful when watching films or just monitoring some downloads. The connectivity from the mouse to the PC is dead easy. There's this Logitech box which you plug into the mouse port, which comes with a serial adapter, should you need it. This then sits somewhere ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/00, updated on 27/08/00 (Very useful, 68 readings)
The first mouse I used for any length of time was the rather peculiar oblong-shaped one which came with my Acorn Archimedes back in 1989. Despite it's un-ergonomic shape it seemed comfortable enough at the time. In the years since, designs have moved on somewhat and I've used various nondescript PC mice, trackballs and the Microsoft ergo mouse. Up until a year ago I found the most comfortable to be the latter, with its slight kidney shape and straightforward to use two buttons. Having become aware of the existence of wireless keyboards and mice, I was all set to buy the Logitech Cordless Desktop iTouch keyboard and mouse when I happened to spot the Cordless ... Read the complete review
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