Released May, 2009
The Pros:Ambidextrous design - suitable for both right and left-handed users. No software required - truly a plug-and-play device. The wireless receiver is small enough to stay in a free USB port, even during travel.
The Cons:Not suitable for intensive PC gaming - lacks the accuracy commonly required. No manual in the box - only a quick start guide is included.
The Logitech M310 is an entry-level wireless optical mouse released as an upgrade from the M215. The Logitech M310 improves on its predecessor by incorporating a full-size, contoured design with soft rubber grips that feel more comfortable to the hand, especially after many hours of use.
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Like its counterpart, the M310 relies on a USB nano receiver that uses 2.4Ghz wireless technology to transmit signals from the mouse to a PC and back. Plus it also hosts a low-battery indicator and an on/off switch, but it adds along a 12-month battery life guarantee.
- Entry-Level Wireless Mouse
- High-Definition Optical Tracking
- Full-Size, Contoured Design
- Comfortable to Hands
- Advanced 2.4GHz Wireless Technology
- Compact/Portable Frame
- Low-Battery Indicator
- On/Off Switch
- USB Transceiver
- 12-Month Battery Life
- 3-Year Limited Warranty
- Part Number: PN 910-001675, PN 910-001919
- Part Number: PN 910-001920, PN 910-001917
- Compatibility: XP, Vista, 7, Mac, Linux
- Connectivity: USB
- Battery: 1 AA
- Warranty: 3-Year
User Reviews (9)
ambidextrous design - suitable for both right and left-handed users
no software required - truly a plug-and-play device
the wireless receiver is small enough to stay in a free USB port, even during travel
a single AA battery can last up to 12 months compared to 2-3 months with competing mice
all major operating system versions supported, including Windows XP/Vista/7 and Mac OS X 10.4+
Invisible Optic laser - zero visible light radiation emitted
"Easy Open" pull-tab allows packaging to be removed without scissors
not suitable for intensive PC gaming - lacks the accuracy commonly required
no manual in the box - only a quick start guide is included
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