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Logitech – Design Collection Wireless Optical Mouse with Nano Receiver – Spring Meadow

$17.99

(8 customer reviews)
Last updated on April 9, 2024 3:10 am Details
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Specification: Logitech – Design Collection Wireless Optical Mouse with Nano Receiver – Spring Meadow

Lighting Type

None

Maximum Wireless Range

32.8 feet

Number of Buttons (Total)

5

Wireless

Yes

Product Name

Design Collection Wireless Optical Mouse with Nano Receiver

Brand

Logitech

System Requirements

Linux Kernel 2.6 or later, Apple MacOS X 10.5 or later, Google Chrome OS, Microsoft Windows 7, 8, RT, 10

Model Number

910-005839

Color

Spring Meadow

Color Category

Multi

Mouse Type

Standard

Mouse Operation

Button(s)

Tracking Method

Optical

Wireless Connectivity

Radio Frequency (RF)

Maximum Sensitivity

1000 dots per inch

Interface(s)

Nano receiver

Operating System Compatibility

Chrome, Linux, Mac, Windows

Mouse Power Source

Battery-powered

Rechargeable Battery (Mouse)

No

Battery Type

Other

Battery Size

AA

Number of Batteries Required

1

Batteries Included

Yes

Product Height

1.5 inches

Product Width

2.2 inches

Product Weight

2.96 ounces

Additional Accessories Included

1 AA battery

Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts

1 year

Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor

1 year

UPC

097855157515

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8 reviews for Logitech – Design Collection Wireless Optical Mouse with Nano Receiver – Spring Meadow

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  1. Valle

    Sensitive mouse. I was about to return because I did not see a USB in package. I even went to a store & asked an associate. They couldn’t tell me. I decided to open the cover 1 day & there it was.
    Works great. Came with battery.

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  2. VolsFan14222

    Love these mice. I have used one of these, in a different design, for many years. I actually have 3 of them. I also sent one to a person that had sent me their laptop to upgrade. Anyway, it’s super ergonomic and feels good in my hand. The battery last a pretty good time and I always forget to turn it off. There is a button on the bottom to switch it off when not in use. It takes AA battery and you can store the little USB thingie in it. I’d buy it again and again. This design is so pretty!!!

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  3. Alee

    Very compact mouse that is easy to take with you anywhere. The nano receiver is super small and is capable of being left in you laptop. Fits very comfortably in your hand and runs smooth over almost any surface

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  4. JuJu05

    This mouse lets my daughter scroll through different tabs while home schooling.

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  5. Xinth

    I loved my mouse , it matches with my HP laptop.Very useful in my schoolwork.

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  6. DaveW

    The Logitech Design Collection Wireless Mouse, in Teal maze, is an update to their compact mouse offering. In the past I have used a couple of compact Logitech mice. A M317 and a M325C doodle collection – the 317 for work travels, and the 325C for my kids. I have always been a Logitech fan because of their mouse lineup and the unifying receiver technology they use, so I’m always happy to try out a new mouse. So far I’ve had a G602, M705 (2X), M317, M325C, and a G Pro Wireless.
    Features for this little mouse are its long battery life – up to a year, ~30 ft range, 1000 DPI sensor, and unifying receiver. I have a lot of experience with Logitech mice as I have owned a lot of them. I currently use an M705 for work, a G Pro Wireless for gaming, and an M325C for on the go/kids. I have a lot of experience with the unifying receiver (ease of use, range), battery life, and build quality of the mice. In my experience the unifying receiver is fantastic. It has great range, easily connects right out of the box, and you can pair 6 devices to one receiver. So far the Design Collection mouse and receiver combo has pretty well lived up to this ease of use and range. As far as battery life goes – I usually get longer use times. My M325C is over a year, my M705 is closing in on 3.5 years and is about dead (3 years claimed). So they definitely last what they claim they do. The 1000 DPI sensor is perfectly fine for anything outside of gaming or precise graphic design tasks.
    Build quality on the mouse is good and roughly what I would expect out of Logitech. The little rubber sides give you a good grip and sit flush with the casing. The design panel includes the left and right buttons, and also sits nice and flush with the casing. Buttons themselves have a good clickiness and require an average amount of pressure to click. The center scroll wheel is made out of single piece of rubbery material. My finger grips it well as I scroll it. To click the wheel isn’t much effort either. Spinning the wheel is fine, a little heavier than my M325C but still not too bad. The Teal Maze design is nice looking for sure. I’m used to grey or black mice so it’s a refreshing change.
    Mouse ergonomics are completely personal preference. My favorite mouse to use is the M705 because it’s a little larger and its shape fits my hand/wrist angle better. Compact mice like the M325C and this Design Collection mouse are great for on the go workloads or traveling. I use mine occasionally for mobile instances, but it wouldn’t be a daily driver for me. That’s a personal preference for sure because I certainly think this mouse is comfortable to use. I like its weight and width, and it will certainly go in my work bag. I will say it is the perfect size for my kids’ hands. They are 5 and 7 and it works great. My M705 or G Pro are a little too big for their hands, so that’s a pretty solid use case for it.
    Also, props to Logitech for their packaging. Its the plastic thermo-sealed clamshell we all hate, but with an inner perforated tear-away zone. Super easy to remove, which is always nice.
    Overall, it’s a good little mouse that looks pretty nice. Logitech knows what they are doing, so I trust that this mouse is well built and will last a long time.

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  7. LJGULF35

    The pattern is a nice touch for a mouse. It performs perfectly as Logitech mice always do.

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  8. ajf99

    Works awesome, good price too. I was very happy with this purchase. Good buy!

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