Logitech M305 Wireless Mouse - Ice Droplets
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- Ergonomic design with soft rubber grip provides exceptional comfort - even after long hours of use
- Plug-and-forget nano-receiver is so small it stays in your laptop, so that your mouse is always ready to use
- Logitech advanced 2.4 GHz wireless provides a powerful, reliable connection - with virtually no delays or dropouts
- High-definition optical tracking (1000 dpi) enables responsive and smooth cursor control
- Intelligent battery management delivers months of use and added convenience. An indicator light eliminates surprises and automatic sleep mode turns off the mouse when you're not using it
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The Logitech Wireless Mouse M305 offers exceptional comfort and cordless convenience with its ergonomically designed soft rubber grip and the nano-receiver. Plus, the plug-and-forget nano-receiver is so small it stays in your laptop, so that your mouse is always ready to use. Logitech's advanced 2.4 GHz wireless technology provides a powerful, reliable connection – with virtually no delays or dropouts. Intelligent battery management delivers months of use and added convenience. An indicator light eliminates surprises and the automatic sleep mode turns off the mouse when you’re not using it. High-definition optical tracking (1000 dpi) enables responsive and smooth cursor control.
Logitech Wireless Mouse M305;Plug-and-forget nano-receiver;1 AA battery;Quick-start guide;3-year guarantee and full product support
Top Customer Reviews
The micro receiver is so cool. Its tiny. Keeps the sides of the laptop very clear. Really useful as I work on a restricted sized desk and do video editing with external hard drives using the usb slots. So to have one well hidden away plus no wires its so useful. I know this is a small thing but I love it when things are well thought out. The nano receiver has a mini garage to park inside the mouse.
I tend to place the nano into the garage when I finish on the laptop. I then take the mouse downstairs later in the evening and switch to using the desktop, using the mouse once again. I find that by keeping everything together on the mouse one can just grab it for whatever computer you use. I also own a netbook. I find it really handy to know the receiver is in the mouse, rather than digging my bigger laptop out of its case to get the mini receiver. I also find its something I always do, because if I leave it in a computer once, I will forget its there, grab my netbook and mouse and dash out the house. Only to find later it doesn't have the receiver.
I found that if you plug the receiver into the computer after start up it keeps installing the software. If you plug it in before the machine loads, it just starts working straight away.Read more ›
I already had the earlier version of the same mouse, the V220, which has the same body but a larger, USB stick-sized receiver that slides into the underside of the mouse, and I'd come close to losing that a couple of times - once under my seat on a plane when I was working on something that had to be done before landing. The M305's tiny receiver can be left permanently in the laptop's socket, and it certainly won't fall out by itself, so that immediately gives it an advantage for travel.
Although I use a full-size Logitech LX5 mouse on my desk at work, I keep the M305 in my bag to take to meetings, because it's much nicer to use than the touchpad on my HP laptop. Setpoint recognized the new mouse at once, so I can use either and get the one really useful feature, which is left-right scrolling with sideways pressure on the click-wheel.
Like all my Logitech mice, this one is usefully unfussy about surfaces, even tolerating sofa cushions and carpet on occasion. It's not as comfortable for all-day use as a full-size mouse, but it's fine for a couple of hours. And as with my other mice, it's very light on its battery - I use an NiMH rechargeable, which runs for months between charges.
One practical point - the silver-grey finish is rather inconspicuous and tends to blend into office furniture, at least where I work. I've left the mouse behind in several meeting rooms and had to go back to retrieve it. For something that may be used in unorthodox places, maybe one of Logitech's bright colour options would be a better choice.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Small and accurate, works fine with Mac OS and my Linux machines (NUC5i5RYH). Beware other Logitec mice with the new optical sensors- those are junk. Read morePublished 1 month ago by andyweb
Reliable, easy to use and makes working on the laptop so much betterPublished 7 months ago by H Patel