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Cheap can mean bad with many products such as headphones, computer screens etc. Even with a mouse it can be if the build quality isn't up to par, but this mouse seems to break the rule.
This is my first logitech product and I was not disappointed.
I needed a mouse because my last one decided to not respond after a year and I was very strapped for cash so I just wanted a cheap replacement that would last, I came across this one as my friend recommended it. I don't know a lot about computer mice but I know that this fits for normal use. What I mean by normal use is no one that is using it to professionally play games.
It arrived in a standard box with the warranty inside and instructions, all the normal things. It is black and is the standard design except it gets bigger and has a slightly rounded shape at the bottom, that fits to the hand perfectly. This design works well for someone that has large hands, it glides along the pad well and this does not falter over time. I should also mention that the design on the bottom means that things such as dust will not stick to it and make it harder to move or end up breaking it, my brothers mouse broke this way.
My previous mouse was wireless and I had enjoyed it but it's not exactly needed with my setup, I can have the cord go under the desk to my computer and it works fine, I do not have to pull it. The cord seems to be just the right size. It connects to your computer with a standard USB, mine also came with a 3 year warranty but seeing as you can get this mouse for around 1 pound now I do not think I will be following them up on that if it does break, just order a new one from amazon.
The mouse itself does feel very light, which is a good thing for me but friends have said that they don't like that feel maybe its personal preference. I have had this mouse for 2 years now and it is still working as well as the day I got it, no problems with it so far and I don't expect any to surface.
I cannot remember how much I purchased this mouse for, but I think it was worth it and the price now is a steal! For anyone that wants a mouse for normal use I would suggest this one. If anyone is looking for a mouse for computer gaming then I would suggest something from Razer. This just doesn't have the large movement resolution that is needed for serious gaming. I do game but not seriously so it does not bother me, it is on my wishlist to get something more responsive but it is very low on the list as I don't see the benefit to match the very high prices.
All in all the mouse is designed well, fairly responsive and perfect for the average user. I would definitely recommend it, I still cannot believe the price it is at now. Most get put off by the fact it isn't wireless but that just adds to the cost and depending on your setup, many people do not need a wireless mouse.
Logitech are mainly known for their keyboards and mouses(mice? haha), as well as webcams - product of which all I have personally owned. I've also owned a number of mouses in my time...
In terms of a basic optical mouse, for browsing and clicking... this does the business.
It really depends what you're looking for, but from my experience - there really isn't much difference between mouses unless you're an obsessive gamer looking for a specific grip and need. But if you are a general PC user looking for an affordable, yet decent, optical mouse: this is for you.
As for how you go about setting this up - it's plug-and-play USB, which is quite literally how it sounds: you plug the mouse in via USB and your computer will automatically recognize it, and you're ready to go. And you don't have to worry about compatibility issues; if you have Windows, this will work.
It has standard left/right buttons and a nice scrolling wheel too.
Overall, decent mouse for a cheap price.
This is a mouse I have been using for a long time in school. The mouse is very lightweight which means its practical to carry around and plug in elsewhere and provides very little strain on your wrist. Allthough it has to be said some do prefer a heavy mouse so it is more down to personal prefrence
Overall its a functional if not sleek or versatile mouse for your money you get the basics the left and right click buttons a rubber roller and an undeniably accurate optical tracker. The build quality is good it can take a fair bit of beating and drops on the floor. My school uses them probably becuase of that factor.
For the mouse to work your computer device will need a Hi Speed USB port so if you have an exceptionally old computer this could be a little tricky.
Overall this is a practical mouse but I still prefer my five button Bush mouse
I bought Logitech M90 today. I had purchased a Logitech wireless M215 4 months back but due to heavy weight with duracell AA battery, it gave me wrist pain after prolonged use. So I decided to purchase lightweight wired mouse which is free of battery weight.
Overall it is a not bad, cheap mouse and just gets work done. Pressure required to click is moderate and precession is also good. Overall shape and plastic quality is just ok and acceptable for its price range.
Drawback: Scroll wheel assembly is quite cheap and of poor quality. It can scroll pages but makes considerable noise while scrolling. It is notch y and sticky. This problem is non existent in some higher models of Logitech and far less in Microsoft mouse of same price range which I replaced for same reason. I had Logitech Optical PS2 mouse years ago and scroll wheel was just working perfect smooth.
I bought this when my laptop touch pad stopped responding and I couldn't be bothered with the cost and effort to get it fixed. It cost me about six pounds so I wasn't really expecting all that much to come from it, thinking if it lasted a couple of months I'd be happy. Turns out it's quite an effective little thing and despite being bashed about regularly as I drag it around with my laptop, it's still working well 6 months later. Very easy to install - just plug and play.
Since I'm not usually at a desk when I use my laptop, I was worried it might not work, but it seems that it works almost like normal on any solid-ish surface such as the sofa arm or even the side of my leg!
Would definitely recommend it, it doesn't have all the mod cons but for the price it's definitely worth having around if you don't need anything particularly extravagant, or as a spare mouse for if the worst happens as well.
I like this tiny mouse a lot. I have bought it especially for my office and the games are not allowed there- but I do not like rules. I chose this particular model for the sake of appearances. It is a very "serious" mouse, and the first thought is that is design for documents, spreadsheets, databases and stuff like that, but you can use an object in different ways ( I am thinking now at MacGyver ?!).
I must be sincere, it's not the greatest mouse I see, but it has an aspect of simplicity that remembers me of the five time more expensive Mac mice's (and I don't think there are all compatible with my old PC)
I like at Logitech Mouse M90 that is resolution is 1000 dpi and for me, even when I am in a game, that is more than enough. The black color matches my monitor and my keyboard(who is also from Logitech).
Someone might say that is a cheap mouse, that it had only two buttons (beside the scroll) and that missing the Mighty Wireless, but for this money I am pleased with Logitech Mouse M90.
I was first introduced to Logitech a few years back when I got a Logitech cam, the make has always stuck with me and remains a brand that I go back to again and again for PC products. We have several computers in our house, including various latops. This is one of the mice that we use for the laptops. If I recall we bought it from Staples about a year back and it cost somewhere around fifteen pounds. It did not come with a mouse mat unfortunately, but you do get the basic mouse and connection lead, so you are good to go as soon as you buy it.
This runs through the USB port, so all you need to do plug straight into the USB port and you can start using the mouse. The optical wiring means that the response rate is fast and responsive. It moves with ease either on our mouse mat or on the desk itself. I have tried it on bed linen and carpet and it also works on those too, but avoid the carpet because you don't want to clog up the mouse with fluff!
The shape of this mouse is very pleasing. It cups in the hand like a real mouse with a matte surface. This means it is comfy to hold for lengthy periods. You have the two buttons at the top for quick clicking and the scroller to allow you to whizz down pages as well. The overall look is classy and the design work is impressive.
If there was anything I could change here, I would perhaps like to see the mouse come with a mat as this would mean you get the complete package in one swift buy. The price tag is good though for under twenty pounds, the performance levels are quick and responsive and it is also easy to keep clean, so this for me is a good buy.
Logitech Mouse M90
I bought this mouse in Tesco's last week. I have been needing a new mouse for my laptop for ages, the last one was very poor quality and had a severe non rolling defect! So much so that I began using the built in mouse pad on my laptop as it was quicker than my previous wired mouse.
I would just like to say that I am really not into computer equipment and I know nothing at all about it. If anything goes wrong with my laptop then I hand it to my husband so he can fix it!
Anyway whilst in Tesco's last week I found this Logitech Mouse M90 for £7.49, this was 50% less than it's normal retail price of nearly £15. It was a Tesco's promotional offer! The other mouse options were around the £7 price so I thought that after the last non rolling mouse I had cost me about £7, I would try the more expensive product. So hence I was getting a £15 quality mouse for the same price as one from the cheaper brands at around £7 - hope this makes sense and you are still all with me!!!
I got my new mouse home and took it out of the box. The box was well sealed and the mouse was well packed within the box. The product offers a 3 year manufactuer's gaurantee so I have put the receipt back into the box so that if there are any problems I can send it back to the manufacturer.
The mouse is a wired mouse and it is completely black in colour. It has the Logitech name and logo printed on the front of the mouse. The mouse measures about 2.5 inches wide by about 4.5 inches long, it looks to be about 2 inches deep. The box says that the mouse will work straight away when plugged into your computer - no husband around so I try it for myself and yes it really does work straight away with no problems at all. The thin cable from the mouse is almost 4ft long so it can be used quite a distance from you computer but really what use is this and how would you see the computer or laptop screen! But perhaps I am missing the point here!
The box also says that the mouse will work with or without a mouse pad, that's completely true because I usually have my laptop on my knee and the mouse on the sofa beside me - it proves to be a great roller and it works very well.
I am really happy with this new mouse. It firstly was a good price and even at the full price of £15 it is still really good value. It is light and compact to handle, the mouse is made of plastic with a nice smooth finish and the cable is really long? - this might be important to some people!
The mouse really does exactly what is says on the box - 'plug and play' and this is really true, even I could get this mouse to work instantly.
I really like the fact that this mouse comes with a 3 year gaurantee - in the long term if it works for 3 years then it has only really cost about £2.50 a year.
The very best thing about this mouse is that it is a good smooth mover or roller as I usually call it. This is mentioned on the box and apparently it is down to the fact that this mouse has smooth, precise tracking and this is down to the optical sensor.
I can't recommend this mouse highly enough and it definitely deserves 5 Dooyoo stars - get it now while it is still on special offer!