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Logitech MX Revolution - Mouse - laser - wireless - RF - USB wireless receiver

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  • Battery-free Mouse: No
  • Built-in Storage Capability: No
  • Charging Unit Included: Yes
  • Force / Vibrate Feedback: No
  • Input Registration: Optical Laser
  • Notebook Mouse: No
  • Number of Buttons: 7
  • Platform: PC / Mac
  • Read / Write Functionality: No
  • Scrolling Function: Yes
  • Scrolling Type: 4-ways
  • Scrolling Wheel: Yes
  • Type: PC Mouse
  • Type of Connection: Radio Transfer
  • USB: Yes
  • USB Hub: No
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Technical Details
Item Weight635 g
Product Dimensions8.9 x 8.9 x 3 cm
Item model number931689-0914
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 97,284 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.1 Kg
Date First Available14 Sep 2006


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Product Description

Laser Technology Wireless Mouse - The world´s most advanced mouse.

LOGITECH - Rechargeable Cordless Laser Mouse - MX Revolution

Smarter, faster, and fully-loaded, the MXTM Revolution gives you powerful new controls that will streamline the way you work. Logitech´s innovative MicroGearTM Precision Scroll Wheel lets you fly through long documents at hyperspeed, or switch to precise click-to-click scrolling for navigating lists, slides, and image collections. Toggle between open documents with the convenient Quick-Flip thumb wheel, or search the Web by highlighting a word or phrase and pressing the Search button.


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Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. C. J. George on 21 Sep 2008
I bought one of these for home use after enviously eyeing-up a work colleague's. (Its used mainly for CAD work.)

The mouse is very comfortable to hold and retains its charge for a decent amount of time. I really, really like the scroll-wheel. Works very well in both Vista and OS X.

The problem that I have found (and searching google many, many other people have found) is that the mouse 'stutters' if the USB dongle is too far from the mouse.
Now my Mac Pro is on top of the desk to the left of me, and the mouse is on the right of me. It stutters if plugged in to the back of the machine. The easy remedy is to bring the USB dongle closer to the mouse. I have done this and I am really pleased with the mouse now. In fact, I plugged it into the USB port underneath the right-hand-end of my keyboard so its only 100mm away from the mouse.

Although I am happy with the operation of the mouse now that the dongle is close to the mouse, I did intend to put the dongle inside the computer's case using the PCI-USB-card's internal USB port. There is no way that it would operate properly through 3mm of aluminium if it didn't work well plugged into the back of the machine. So I can't do that.

Summary, its a very good mouse if you plan on having the USB Dongle very close to the mouse. On the other hand, it can be barely usable if the computer is further away, or worse still, under the desk!

BTW the guy at work with the mouse has admitted that his mouse stutters all the time, but being fickle, he is more interested in how great the thing looks & feels than how it operates. Some people are silly :)
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By richardm on 21 Mar 2007
It's a very nice mouse. I think the guy who had problems with wireless reception and sticky movement must have had a broken one, because I've had no such problems.

It's made out of very good quality materials - it looks and feels really swish - and sits under your hand quite nicely. I might have preferred the forward/back buttons to be a bit larger, but you get used to their thinness after a while.

The scroll wheel feels really solid. Use it normally and it scrolls normally; flick it, and it scrolls very quickly, which is surprisingly useful. However, out-of-the-box you can't use this wheel as a button, because pressing it engages and disengages the clutch. This is potentially a big problem because I use the middle click all the time in Firefox to open new tabs. However, an automatic update to the provided SetPoint software gave me some extra options for this button, including setting it to be a middle click. Phew! Do make sure you update your software when you get the mouse (there's an option under the "Tools" tab to do this.)

The document flip button sits right under your thumb which by default pops up a little task switching utility. Unfortunately it is quite easy to click accidentally. This is rather annoying, and I can imagine that if you were using it for gaming then hitting this by mistake would really irritate you. For less frenetic use you simply get used to it; your thumb soon learns to skate over it as it goes from forward/next back to the rest position. For any of the other buttons you can use SetPoint to reassign it to do something else - this can be one of the preset values or any keystroke.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Keith_Joseph HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 13 April 2008
This is a very strange beast when you remove it from the box - I got it as a 'wireless mouse upgrade' on my work PC and didn't know it would be an MX Revolution. Initial impressions were it should be in a display cabinet not on a computer. But put your right hand over it and it feels very comfortable (most left handers probably have no chance). The rubberised microgear metal scroll wheel is great - it actually weighs a perfectly balanced 14g I believe, so that one flick and it spins effortlessly, scrolling down large pages in a trice - it's so easy to control, plus it rocks side to side giving two more switches. It's possible that on a very slow computer the 'freewheel' mode Microgear wheel might run away with itself, if used too quickly, and overshoot while the PC tries to keep up. There's a hint of this with my new Intel quad core PC, although in this freewheel mode the wheel will go as fast back up, as down.

The Revolution's standard left/right mouse buttons have just the right resistance and the far left twin thumb buttons are very useful as previous and next page. Most buttons have a few program options and the main wheel doubles as the 'third' main mouse button when pushed down, although it's noticeably less refined when used like this and may accidently go to it's side rocker switch as well [e.g. when manually changing Microgear modes from freewheel to ratchet you could simultaneously jump pages as well, which isn't that endearing]. Otherwise mouse build quality, response and accuracy is excellent - fine for shooter games, and the 20 feet range from the USB dongle is good (its wireless not bluetooth and it sits near my wireless router with no problems).
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