Released September, 2009
The Pros:Nano-sized receiver avoids getting caught on things, can be connected to a laptop and forgotten. Simple, familiar design that most users are already comfortable using. No need to remember to put it on a docking station for recharging.
The Cons:Low dpi. Will eventually have to replace the AA battery. Going to a cybercafe may make you leave the nano-reciever there.
The Logitech M215 is an entry-level wireless optical mouse released as a precursor to the M310. It lacks its counterpart’s improved design, but does also offer high-definition optical tracking (1000 dpi) for a responsive, smooth cursor control.
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More importantly, the mouse relies on a USB transceiver that uses advanced 2.4GHz wireless technology to transmit signals from the mouse to a PC and back. Plus it hosts a compact design in addition to a low-battery indicator and an on/off switch, though it lacks its peer’s 12-month battery life guarantee.
- Entry-Level Wireless Mouse
- High-Definition Optical Tracking
- Advanced 2.4GHz Wireless Technology
- Compact/Portable Frame
- Low-Battery Indicator
- On/Off Switch
- USB Transceiver
- 3-Year Limited Warranty
- Part Number: 910-001543
- Compatibility: XP, Vista, 7, Mac, Linux
- Connectivity: USB
- Battery: 1 AA
- Warranty: 3-Year
User Reviews (17)
nano-sized receiver avoids getting caught on things, can be connected to a laptop and forgotten
simple, familiar design that most users are already comfortable using
no need to remember to put it on a docking station for recharging
consistent and reliable performance from the wireless connection
compatible with a wide variety of systems
Windows and Mac OSX recognize the mouse automatically without extra software
standard AA batteries last a long time
will eventually have to replace the AA battery
Going to a cybercafe may make you leave the nano-reciever there
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