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  • Wireless laser mouse
  • Long battery life (up to three years)
  • Laser precision tracking
  • Connect with ease with the tiny Logitech Unifying receiver
  • Hyperfast scrolling
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandLogitech
Item Weight281 g
Product Dimensions1.7 x 2.2 x 0.8 cm
Batteries:2 AAA batteries required.
Item model number910-001949
SeriesWireless Mouse M705
  
Additional Information
ASINB003STDR1E
Best Sellers Rank 674 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight299 g
Date First Available18 Jun. 2010
  
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Product Description

Box Contains

Mouse
Logitech Unifying receiver
2x AA batteries
User documentation

From the Manufacturer


Logitech Wireless Mouse M705

Compatibility
  • Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7
  • Mac OS X 10.4 or later
  • USB port

Logitech Wireless Mouse M705

Logitech Wireless Mouse M705 lets you power on... and on. You'll go up to three full years between battery changes (Battery life may vary depending on your use). And it uses a tiny wireless receiver that stays plugged in to your computer, so your mouse is ready to go – whenever, wherever and for as long as it takes. Plus, hyper-fast scrolling means you'll fly through long documents to find what you need in a flash. Laser tracking means you'll get smooth, responsive cursor control. And the sculpted, right-hand shape means you'll be as comfortable finishing up as you were getting started.

Features

Three-year battery life

Additional buttons

Three-year battery life

Up to three years of battery life helps you save time, money, and the planet by practically eliminating the need to change batteries. An indicator light lets you know when the battery is low.

Hyper-fast scrolling

You’ll fly through documents and Web pages with a single spin. Click-to-click scrolling gives you the precision you need when navigating lists, slides, and images.

Additional buttons

Want to quickly switch between programs? Or move from page to page on the Web in an instant? You’ll save time with the app-switching button and Forward/Backward buttons.

Connect with ease

Laser tracking

Sculpted, right-hand design

Connect with ease

You pop the tiny Logitech Unifying receiver in your notebook and leave it there. You can even add more devices. Plug it. Forget it. Add to it.

Laser tracking

Laser precision means you’ll enjoy smoother tracking on just about any surface.

Sculpted, right-hand design

The sculpted, right-hand shape guides your hand to a naturally poised position and places customizable control within your reach.

M705 MX Anywhere Mouse MX Performance Mouse
Connectivity Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless
Easy connection with Logitech Unifying Pair up to six products on just one tiny receiver Pair up to six products on just one tiny receiver Pair up to six products on just one tiny receiver
Tracking Laser tracking Track on glass Track on glass
Comfortable design
Ambidextrous
Extra buttons for added functionality
Hyper-fast scroll wheel
Windows 8 compatible
Battery 2 AA Batteries 2 AA Batteries Rechargeable

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By DivHeader on 24 Feb. 2011
As usual, Logitech have created a rock solid mouse that is comfortable, stylish and functional. The design and build quality is excellent - fits perfectly in my hand, responsive and no rattles or dodgy joins.
My only gripe is that the free scrolling wheel is so sensitive that it can respond to general mouse movement. But the well-placed scroll-switcher means I can set it to clicked scrolling to negate that.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By FictionFan TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 4 Jan. 2013
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If repeat ordering is a recommendation, then I must like this mouse, since this is the third one I've bought.

Genuinely plug'n'play, this is very easy to set up - stick in the dongle, wait a few seconds and it's ready to go. It has all the usual functions, most of which I never use. It moves smoothly even without a mousemat and I find the scroll wheel works very well - getting it to go at the required speed and stop at the looked for place becomes second nature after a while. But what makes this mouse my favourite is the ergonomic design - it fits my hand perfectly and as a result I get far less discomfort in my wrist than some other mice (mouses?) have caused.

On the downside, the reason that this is my third is that I find the mouse tends not to last for more than a year to eighteen months or so before the buttons or wheel start to stick. Each time I think I should try a different brand but after much browsing I come back to this one because, when it's working, it works very well and because I find it so comfortable to use. So recommended but with reservations.

Edit: December 2014 and still going strong this time...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gustavo Rua on 12 July 2013
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This is a good mouse, there's no mistake about that, but now that that has been said, I do have a few issues with it.

First the pros:

This is a comfortable mouse. The position of the hand is bang on. But those who have big hands do try it first if possible. The weight is just right for me allowing me complete control over it. The feet glide effortlessly on my hard surface mouse pad and the laser tracks brilliantly. The buttons are in the right position and they have a nice feel.

Battery life seems to be durable, and at this pace I will not be surprised anymore if it lasted the 3 years that they state.

The cons:

When it arrived the feet seemed like the had glided over an abrasive surface cause they seemed already a bit worn. Odd.

The wheel wobbles around 2mm in "free spin mode" which is odd and in "stepped mode" if you lift the mouse and move sideways (and this does not have to be very fast, just normal speed) you can hear the wheel moving sideways. No biggie but really odd and annoying to the point one doubts its build quality.

The right side rest for the farthest fingers is nothing but a grip. You wont "rest" your fingers there...

Although the buttons seem nice, the left and right click buttons are "loud". I moved from a Microsoft 5000 Desktop BlueTrack Mouse that was already a bit loud. This one takes the crown. For as of this moment is is the loudest mouse I've ever had.

So, final thoughts. Do I recommend it? Sure! It's a nice mouse and it will get the job done. The batteries seem to be able to last.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Paul Nicholls on 13 Oct. 2011
Not a bad mouse apart from the scroll wheel which I think is absolute rubbish. It feels loose and has very little precision in either "click" mode or "freewheel" mode. In fact when in freewheel mode the thing is so loose that just moving the mouse around the desktop can cause it to scroll.
The biggest drawback for me is that the middle button is hopeless. Trying to hold this button in to pan around a drawing in AutoCad or Vectorworks is very hit and miss - 90% miss actually. Just for this reason alone I will not be keeping it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Billington on 31 May 2013
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I would absolutely recommend this mouse to anyone, I bought one from elsewhere a while ago and while it did die out eventually, it should be telling that I intentionally sought to buy the same mouse again.
Some have complained that it's small, but I don't have such problems, maybe I have small hands. In any case the signal doesn't cut off annoyingly like you get with some (such as my previous Microsoft wireless keyboard/mouse) and has good range. The lack of it being wired is also helpful for its flexibility with regard to gaming, as you don't get any wires tugging from an inconveniently short cable.
Speaking of which, some may admittedly find the DPI of this mouse to leave something to be desired for some gamers. However, having never used a true gaming mouse myself I can say this one exceeds my expectations. The side buttons can also immediately be assigned without driver hassle, at least in certain games such as Counter-Strike: Source.
In general use, the M705 also shines, but admittedly less on scrolling. Although click scrolling can feel slow at first, changing the scroll settings on your OS is an easy solution. Unfortunately the free wheel mode has been frustratingly inaccurate, at least for me, as you'll try to scroll to a particular point on a page and it'll move back a moment later. Even fast movements can cause the scroll wheel to move when click mode is off.
The same sensitivity issues also seem to effect the left and right mouse buttons themselves, but besides this I would again recommend this for anyone on a mid-range budget.
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