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I'm currently using this mouse at work and I have no problems with it what so ever. Its just so basic and simple to use. You simply plug it in to one of your USB sockets and it installs the device drivers automatically (compatible with Windows 7 which is what I am using). It took about 1 - 2 minutes to install the device drivers then you can use it straight away without even having to re-boot. The cable is about 1.5 meters long I'd say so you have plenty of length to move the mouse into a comfortable position. Its just a basic 3 button mouse. You have a left button, a right button and a wheelie thing in the middle.
The mouse is a decent size and fits comfortably in my palm. I have quite big hands and there is nothing worse than a small fiddly mouse having to move your fingers in an abnormal position to get a nice grip round it! I dont have that problem with this mouse however and would consider it a general all round good basic mouse. Its also optical so you dont need to worry about the mouse ball getting all grotty. Some optical mouses play up a bit and skip across the screen but again I have no problems like that with this mouse and would recommend it to friends & work colleagues. It just does everything that you need for work purposes.
The mouse retails at around £7 - £9.
I was introduced to Logitech several years ago when I had a Logitech webcam. The make lasted me years before it gave up the ghost and I think it instilled much faith in the Logitech brand. As well as a good selection of products, there is also a very good Logitech support network online, so if something goes wrong with one of your products you can ask someone questions. This might not be needed for a basic mouse, but it is good to know you can still get guidance if you need it.
This mouse we had a while ago and I think he might be in a drawer now or maybe a loft! The price has stayed consistent though and you can still purchase the model for around five to eight pounds. Better bargains appear online and you can shave a few pounds off if you shop around.
The basic design of the mouse means that is is easy for anyone to use. The standard two click buttons are large and responsive and supplemented with a scroller which in turn moves with ease and allows for quick navigation of web pages. It is very similar to the cordless version, which I am actually using as I type. The cord simply plugs in the USB and then you can start using it. I love the fact that there are no software updates or irritating packages to go through before using it, meaning you can plug and unplug as and when you want and not have to worry about screwing up your PC!
The tracking system was good on this model, with a very flat base, it glides with ease on mouse pads and really does an efficient job. On the downside, the little grips on the bottom can get smears on them and I used to have to wipe mine with a dry cloth every few weeks to keep it clean. On the whole though, a good price and very good results make this a practical buy for anyone.
If you ever wondered what mouse to get and you to provide comfortable and reliable control of your computer,get the Logitech Mouse M100 full size. to surf the Web, applications worksheets, and even use for Photoshop,this mouse offers you the basic navigation ++ with easy to operate, reliable and comfortable.
The Logitech M100 includes the quality and design you could expect from a company which has built more than a billion mice. For a comfortable fit that will keep happy both hands, the Mouse M100 has an ambidextrous shape so they can use left-handed and right, so you can navigate accurately on your computer, it has a scroll wheel side and a zoom button, which lets you scroll horizontally and you can zoom the image instantly easily.
The mouse also comes with high-definition optical tracking so you can select text easily and more accurately track-and allows for a smooth responsive control of the cursor and if you like to use for designing this one is pretty good too. Setup is really quick and easy as there is no software to install just plug the USB cable to an available port on your computer and GO! The Logitech Mouse M100 can run on Windows-based PCs and Macs and can enjoy this product dependent on a limited hardware warranty to three years also the price is really really cheap! so if you´re not planning to invest money on a mouse this is it! the cost may vary between 6-10 pounds.. like 8-14 USD... got if cheaper because also bought in Panama ! hehe bought lots of things there .. don´t know but some stuff are cheaper there might be because of the Panama Canal or something? and all Chinese products arrive 1st to that location ... I imagine dont know honestly.
Anyway the mouse is really good and doesn't require maintenance at all.. but you still might want to clean it because after one year of use it can get really disgusting hehe...
so my score is 4.8 / 5.
My mum bought this mouse a couple of years ago and I have used it many times since, I'm using it right now in fact!
We both needed a new mouse, so headed off to Tesco in search of one. I of course went for the Tesco Value one at around £4, my mum however never buys anything 'value' as she is convinced that the price is too good to be true and that it will break within 5 minutes.
She went for the Logitech M100, it is a mid range mouse, priced at around £7.50.
The mouse comes in a black and green cardboard box with a clear plastic insert that allows you to view the product inside. The mouse itself looks pretty much like every other mouse on the market; black and 'mouse shaped', a little boring really.
However it is a quite sleek looking mouse, it is curved (more than they usually are) and shaped to perfectly fit the hand. I think that the design has really been thought about as it is actually quite comfortable to hold, which is not something I'd usually consider when using a mouse.
How do you get it working?
Well, you take it out of the box, plug it into the relevant spot on the (turned off) computer, turn the computer on and away you go!
There is no fiddling around loading disks and following installation 'wizards', as it is a plug and play device. I find that a lot of computer accessories are like this now, which is great for those that are less technologically minded, myself included.
I think that mice are generally very similar and there is not a great deal of difference between one and another; there is however one feature that some mice don't have, and this is a feature that I could not live without... the scroll bar.
I made sure that my mum bought one with this feature as I just find it so handy and it saves so much time overall; I am pleased to say that she is no hooked and has vowed never again to buy a mouse without a scroll bar.
She is very happy with her mouse, it has always worked perfectly, it skins scross the page effortlessly and is very accurate in its movements.
I am also quite impressed with it, but am disappointed to admit that she was right to buy a better quality brand in this instance, as my Value mouse has broken (and been returned for replacement) twice in the last two years.
If Tesco weren't so reasonable when it comes to replacing faulty good then I would have been out of pocket on both occasions. Knowing this, I can happily say that with Logitech, you will get your money's worth and, dare I say it, it is even a bargain!