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    1. Logitech Z-5500 Digital 5.1 5-Piece
    $39.99 list($49.95)
    2. Logitech MediaPlay Cordless Mouse
    $69.99 $64.99 list($79.99)
    3. Logitech MX1000 Laser Cordless
    $71.20 list($89.99)
    4. Logitech QuickCam Pro 4000 (961239-0403)
    $122.99 $121.65 list($149.95)
    5. Logitech Cordless Desktop MX3100
    $42.99 $42.69 list($39.99)
    6. Logitech MX518 Gaming Optical
    $114.99 $104.99 list($149.99)
    7. Logitech Z-2300 2.1 THX-Certified
    $40.33 list($49.95)
    8. Logitech Quickcam Communicate
    $104.96 list($149.99)
    9. Logitech Driving Force Pro for
    $139.99 list($199.99)
    10. Logitech Z-5300e 5.1 2-Piece Surround
    $166.99 list($199.00)
    11. Logitech io2 Digital Writing System
    $72.99 list($99.95)
    12. Logitech Cordless Desktop LX 700
    $39.98 $39.25 list($79.95)
    13. Logitech MM22 Portable Speakers
    $54.99 $53.99 list($79.99)
    14. Logitech X-530 5.1 5-Piece Speaker
    $38.99 $38.83 list($49.95)
    15. Logitech Precision Cordless Controller
    $95.38 $90.99 list($129.95)
    16. Logitech Quickcam Orbit WebCam
    $153.00 list($249.95)
    17. Logitech DiNovo Cordless Media
    $29.99 list($49.95)
    18. Logitech MX 510 Performance Optical
    $49.28 list($69.99)
    19. Logitech V500 Cordless Optical
    $139.92 list($179.95)
    20. Logitech Cordless Desktop MX for

    1. Logitech Z-5500 Digital 5.1 5-Piece Speaker System with Subwoofer
    list price: $399.99
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    Asin: B0002WPSBC
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 608
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    Features

    • 5.1 speaker system with 4 satellite speakers, center speaker, subwoofer, and Digital SoundTouch control center
    • Connects to PCs, DVD players, CD players, portable MP3 players, and game consoles
    • Digital SoundTouch unit controls volume, surround sound effects, and more
    • Supports Dolby Digital, DTS, DTS 96/24, and Dolby Pro Logic
    • 505 watts total system power (62 watts x 4, plus 69-watt center speaker and 188-watt subwoofer)

    2. Logitech MediaPlay Cordless Mouse (931176-0403)
    list price: $49.95
    our price: $39.99
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    Asin: B0002SAF3C
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 519
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    Features

    • Wheel tilts for side to side scrolling, clicks to zoom
    • Universal page forward/back buttons
    • Comfortable rubber grip for optimum control
    • Backlit media control buttons, plus one-touch media player access
    • Controls MediaLife software, and most other media players

    3. Logitech MX1000 Laser Cordless Mouse (931175-0403)
    list price: $79.99
    our price: $69.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002UM0JW
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 55
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    Features

    • Rapid-charging base station makes sure the mouse is always ready, and the lithium-ion battery never needs replacing
    • Universal page forward and back, plus an application switch that quickly moves between open windows
    • Wheel tilts for side-to-side scrolling
    • Cruise Control rocker for speed-scrolling up and down, and zoom with a click of the wheel
    • Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, Me, XP, and Macintosh OS X and higher

    4. Logitech QuickCam Pro 4000 (961239-0403)
    list price: $89.99
    our price: $71.20
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    Asin: B00006HMPK
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 38
    Average Customer Review: 3.71 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon Product Description

    Video enthusiasts, get ready. Logitech's new QuickCam Pro 4000 was made just foryou. Combining a digital zoom, built-in microphone, and high-quality VGA CCD sensor,the QuickCam Pro 4000 lets you express your creativity like a pro.

    Now you can create amazing videos and shoot 1.3-megapixel still photos with ease.Or add live video to Yahoo! Messenger, MSN Messenger, and AIM while you chat.You can also make live video calls, set up a video monitoring system, or sendphotos and video with your e-mail. Enhance the way you communicate and animateyour life.

    Add live video to your favorite instant messenger:MSN Messenger, AOL Instant Messenger (AIM), Yahoo! Messenger, and WindowsMessenger

    Product Features
    • Enjoy 640x480 video resolution with the advanced VGA CCD sensor andhigh-quality 1.3 megapixel photo resolution
    • Zoom in or out, even pan and tilt to get the right shot
    • Add live video to your favorite instant messenger: MSN Messenger,AOL Instant
    • Messenger (AIM), Yahoo! Messenger, and WindowsMessenger
    • Send live video to mobile phones with Logitech Mobile Video
    • Create movies like a pro with studio-quality video editing software
    • Compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1

    Set it up on any monitor

    QuickCam Pro 4000's bonus clip makes it simple to use with any flat panelmonitor. The flexible back lets you shape it to match your monitor's profile.Or use the camera with its base on any flat surface.

    Send video greetings instantly

    Record a video to congratulate your friend on her new promotion. Justclick your mouse once to send her a video e-mail. Isn't that simple?



    Automaticface-tracking follows your actions!

    It's easy to stay the center of attention during your video IM or videocalling session. It automatically zooms in and follows your movements.

    Chat face-to-face online

    Video-chat with your best friend or relative using your instant messengerservice. The built-in mic lets you express yourself.

    The Creative Way to Get Closer

    • Add live video to your favorite instant messenger: MSN Messenger,AOL Instant Messenger (AIM), Yahoo! Messenger,and Windows Messenger
    • Shoot 1.3 megapixel photos and high-quality videos
    • Edit movies and photos with studio-quality software
    • Make live video calls
    • Email video and photos easily
    • Get closer with a digital zoom
    • Conduct online video conferences and calls using Windows Messengeror Microsoft NetMeeting
    • Speak your mind with the built-in microphone
    • Add video to your eBay auctions with SpotLife VideoSnap
    • Create fun animated films
    • Create web albums, broadcast live video and audio, and set up a webcam
    • 2-year limited hardware warranty
    • Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, Me, and XP, and Mac OS 9.04 and9.1.

     

    Product Specifications

    • Video capture: Up to 640 x 480 pixels (VGA CCD)
    • Still image capture: Up to 1280 x 960 pixels, 1.3 megapixels
    • Frame rate: Up to 30 frames per second (with recommended system)

    Included Software

    • FREE Logitech IM Video Companion
    • Live video-enabled Yahoo! Messenger
    • One-click video e-mail software
    • Video broadcasting software
    • Web album creator software
    • Web camera software
    • Motion detection software
    • Animation software
    ... Read more

    Features

    • 640 x 480 video resolution and 1280 x 960 photo resolution
    • Built-in microphone
    • USB 1.1 interface
    • Includes a full suite of camera utility software
    • Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, Me, and XP; Mac OS X 10.1.5 to 10.2.6

    Reviews (110)

    5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME CAMMIN!
    A totally awesome and quite an impressive webcam with face-tracking, digital zoom and built-in microphone - all with an extremely affordable price. Super easy to install (especially with XP) and user-friendly software package. I'm told that the detail, image clarity and overall quality online is spectacular. People often ask me what type of web camera I am using and I always tell. So, I know that this camera sells itself.

    I'm sold on Logitech for a long time because of this camera! I've tried three other manufacturer's webcams and have been consistently disappointed with driver updates for operating systems and compatibility with online messengers. The Logitech QuickCam Pro 4000 works great with ALL of my instant messengers and online chat plug ins!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works Great on MY PC, ok on my MAC
    To date this is the best of 3 web cams I've used. I bought this and the Isight at the same time, ended up returning the Isight because we elected to use the PC for our web cam machine.

    Note: I only use this as a web-cam for communication, I don't use any of the other software that comes with it.

    The camera setup is fairly well though out. I really like the fact they give you two stands, one for a CRT and one for an LCD.

    Installation of the software on an old PIII dell under windows 2000 went pretty much by the book. My only complaint was that it took a rather long time to install the software. Once installed it detected the camera and all was well.

    I do photography as a hobby and compared to still cameras or even conventional video cameras the image quality was lacking, but you have to remeber what this device is for. The auto white balance worked pretty good, way out performing my Isight. I haven't messed with the face tracking software, I figure thats just a problem waiting to happen.

    It plugged and worked (video wise) with my Mac and PC. I had some issues with getting the audio to work with my mac and Ivisit but I didn't really pay attention since I wasn't planning on using it for the Mac anyway.

    On the PC it works fine, does an ok image, recognized by Yahoo IM and Ivisit.

    Because of the pull of the cable getting it pointed in just the right direction is sometimes problematic.

    All in all I am happy with it. It does its job well.

    5-0 out of 5 stars LOVE IT LOVE IT
    Finally I got the 4000 pro and watch a 5000 will come out LOL Either way this cam rocks! I made a ton of videos right away and pics with ease. I love this cam! The picture is so clear and the mic is very good. I recommend!

    5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME WEBCAM!
    I had an IBM, Then an IBOT, Then a Tracker Robotic Cam Pod that I paid over 200 dollars for and it never worked right! The company gave me the run around for 2 years. I finally gave up! A Logitech 3000 was attached to the robotic piece of garbage. So I used that cam for the past 2 years. The picture started to get grainy and there was no way of making it clearer anymore. I ran this camera non stop 24 hours a day pretty much for 2 years. So I decided it was time for a new cam! I love Logitech webcams and I was more then happy at how easy this was to install over all the other cams I pulled my hair out over. Plus the software is AMAZING! I started making video's and sending them everywhere. I think all webcams have a short life. After experimenting with my own and seeing my friend's. This is a great bang for your buck. I totally recommend this cam!

    5-0 out of 5 stars The little camera that could, can and does!
    This is one of Logitech's better bang-for-the-buck inventions.

    Automatically, it zooms in or out on you, as if another person is filming you. Sound is good, not the best, but very, very clear and audible. Picture is superb.

    Have fun gabbing online face-to-face with other web cam nuts, or enjoy filming yourself talking to yourself. Fun and affordable. ... Read more


    5. Logitech Cordless Desktop MX3100
    list price: $149.95
    our price: $122.99
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    Asin: B0007NIJBM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 1599
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    MX 3100 Cordless Desktop Keyboard & Mouse Combo ... Read more

    Features

    • • The sleek, low profile and Zero-Degree Tilt™ design of the keyboard deliver a high level of ergonomic comfort, without changing the way you work
    • • The deeply-sculpted design of the laser mouse is incredibly comfortable to grasp and use.
    • • Maximize your performance with the precision of the MX™ laser engine and the most advanced navigation features available in a Logitech keyboard-mouse combination
    • • With unique keyboard controls including scroll, pan, and zoom, navigation becomes quicker, easier, and more efficient, increasing comfort

    Reviews (1)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Works as advertised but the value may be a bit stretched
    First, some extra kudos to Amazon.I ordered the Logitech 3100 in the afternoon yesterday and am typing on it roughly 24 hours later.And that was using the free shipping option!

    As for my three star rating, it is not really due to any product issues, per se, but it is a valuation issue.Read to the bottom about a value question that I wonder about.

    General comments:
    *Everything hooked up and was operational within 20 minutes, including the installation and some basic customization of the Set Point Software. I have always found Logitech products to be easily installed and the MX3100 was no different.
    *Some of the functions only work with certain software, although it is generally the most commonly used stuff like Excel, Word, etc.But the Zoom function (keyboard or mouse) only works with software that has built in Zoom capability.It does not work as a 'magnifying' function like my IBM laptop has built into it.Similarly, the horizontal scrolling function (again, keyboard or mouse) works on some software but not all. These are minor issues for me, but just don't assume that non-Microsoft software will work with these functions.
    *Beware of Spyware.I am still not sure whether the software installed is benign or not, but after installing Set Point and running my Spyware software afterwards, Spybot came up with a list of ~50 new 'threats' that were not there before and were directly linked to the Logitech installation. I need more time to see if this is important for operations, benign or is truly spyware.

    The Mouse:
    *I bought this vs. the LX700, in part, due to the Lithium Ion battery technology and the battery meter on the top of the mouse.This was frankly of more interest than the laser vs. optical design as I have not had any significant issues with my optical Logitech on my desktop.While I cannot talk about longevity before recharging, the L-Ion battery should be virtually lifetime vs. the NiMH batteries used in the LX700.
    *The sculptured mouse fits my hand perfectly and the buttons fall into place quite naturally.And the side thumb buttons are not easily pressed accidentially, a problem that my old Logitech has that had me disable them in the software.Very nice fit and function.(One caveat:I am 6' tall - if you really have smaller hands you might find this mouse a bit large.Try it out first.)
    *The laser vs. optical design is interesting! On the one hand, I could use my optical on a clear glass table and it worked fine, with only some minor tracking issues.Not so the laser!No tracking whatsoever on clear glass (unless you lift the front edge off the glass a bit!).But my keyboard tray is made of perforated metal, with holes about a 16th of an inch in diameter evenly spaced.The optical cannot handle this at all, but the laser tracks remarkably well on this surface, even with the holes!Wierd!
    *Side note:I am not a gamer so I cannot comment on this as a gaming mouse, but I would expect it to be as good as most any out there from what I have read.

    The Keyboard:
    *Very comfortable to use and although the touch is a little less 'positive' than I prefer, it does not hinder my typing at all.I am sure that I will adapt to it easily.
    *I have not tried all of the functions but I have reprogrammed some F-keys to launch specific applications and websites that I use daily and it was easy and worked perfectly the first time. Some find the F-Keys small and while I cannot figure out why Logitech made them so thin, I have not found them to be a problem to use.

    Okay, as for the three star rating, as noted I do feel that the value might be a bit stretched.Consider the following:
    a)The keyboard for the LX700 and MX3100 are apparently identical except for some cosmetics.Even the Set Point software references the keyboard as the 'LX700 / MX3000 keyboard.'
    b)The MX1000 laser mouse that you can buy separately is the same mouse supplied with the MX3100 package.
    c)Hmmm . . . you can buy both the LX700 and MX1000 combined for about the same price as the MX3100 package AND HAVE AN EXTRA CORDLESS RECHARGEABLE MOUSE!

    So what is different that makes the MX3100 more expensive than the LX700 / MX1000 two mouse option?The only thing that I can see is the mouse charging base.It appears that the MX1000 mouse base does not have the indicators built in that show things like CapsLock, NumLock, etc. that the one with the MX3100 package comes with.Maybe the MX1000 mouse base is somehow disabled such that it will not recognize or send along Logitech keyboard signals, although this seems illogical.And maybe the MX1000 base does not have the necessary connections if you need to use PS2 inputs to your PC instead of USB.But if the only real difference winds up being the lighted indicators in the MX3100 mouse base, does it make any sense that this slightly enhanced charging base equates to the same cost as a second complete rechargable mouse with its own base?Seems a bit of a stretch to justify!(Heck, IF the charging base winds up being the same between the MX1000 mouse and MX3100, buy the LX700 and MX1000 combination for roughly the same total price and have a nice back up mouse to use or give away!)

    So that is my reason for the three star rating vs. four or five stars.While I so far find the MX3100 to be an excellent combination, I must question the value.As the MX3100 is quite new, perhaps the pricing will decline in the coming months to make it a more logical step from the LX700.If so, five stars may be in order! ... Read more


    6. Logitech MX518 Gaming Optical Mouse - Metal
    list price: $39.99
    our price: $42.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0007Z1M50
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 535
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Logitech MX518 Gaming Grade Optical MouseIf you´re going to play at the highest level, you need a mouse that gives you an edge. The Logitech MX 518 Gaming-Grade Optical Mouse does exactly that with its ultra-high resolution, 1600-dpi MX Optical Engine that delivers lightning-fast response and mirror-smooth tracking. The MX 518´s advantages don´t stop there. You get instant, in-game sensitivity adjustment that lets you switch effortlessly from pixel-precise targeting to fast-twitch acceleration, without any software. And the contoured grip ensures peak performance and comfort, even during the most intense gaming sessions. Play to win —dominate the game with the MX 518! ... Read more

    Features

    • Sensitivity Adjustment - Dedicated controls to switch “on-the-fly” from pixel-precise targeting to fast-twitch evasive moves.
    • Advanced software - Battle-tune your MX™ 518 with up to five custom sensitivity settings.
    • Superior grasp - Sculpted thumb support and contoured grip for incredible comfort during even the longest gaming sessions.
    • 1,600-dpi resolution - Ultra-high resolution, 1600dpi MX™ Optical Engine delivers pixel precise tracking.

    Reviews (6)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Gaming mouse goodness
    This mouse from Logitech is the best mouse for gaming I have ever used. The ability to change dpi on the fly is a great advantage for many games. Especially first person shooters. Very comfortable, easy setup. Highly recommend this product. Price I received from Amazon was less expensive than several sellers I found. Tim

    5-0 out of 5 stars MX 518 Rules!
    I have tested a lot of gaming mice over the years. I play FPS games and have been doing so for many years. Over the years have used Razer, Microsoft and Logitech. I have to say that this is the best mouse Logitech has ever produced for gaming. I love the feel of the button clicks, like the fact that you can change the sensitivity levels without any drivers. This seems to be a winner!

    2-0 out of 5 stars Gaming Mouse??
    If the MX518 is anything like the MX510 in regards to button durability ... then avoid this mouse if you are a hardcore gamer with a heavy hand.A "gaming" mouse should not only have great optics and accuracy, but should also have buttons that can take intense FPS gaming.I am on my third MX510 in the last 3 months (covered by warranty) and I must say the optics are great, but the button design on the MX510 absolutely does not hold up under FPS gaming!If the button durability was not improved for the MX518, then I would avoid this mouse if you are a gamer.Look at the Razer RZ-1610 Diamondback Salamander Red 1600 DPI Gaming Mouse.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Superior Gaming mouse and excellent mouse overall
    I like this mouse a lot. With the right mouse pad (a Microthin Wow!Pad from Office Depot), this mouse glides beautifully, never seen one better. The main buttons are easy to push (only Microsoft does this right also). The forward and back side buttons are a little small but work fine. The scroll wheel is not as nice as the MS Intellimouse 4 as it still clicks and isharder to roll. Never used the tilt wheel on the MS mouse. It is gaming where this mouse shines. The mouse tracks no matter how fast I move the mouse. The mouse never sleeps so it always responds perfectly. Frankly, I have not yet found any use that I needed to change the mouse resolution (i.e. speed) but in trials that is easy to do.
    Feel is good, middleto small sized so fits most of my family. Cord is thin and a little stiff so it does not always lay completely flat (I have not found on that did). Very lightweight. Contoured nicely to fit the cupped hand.
    Worked with Win XP as soon as I plugged it in, drivers and program loaded with no hassle.
    Nice job, Logitech!

    1-0 out of 5 stars BEWARE: MX518 is not Mac compatible!!!
    As a proud owner of the MX510 (which I love), I wanted to have the latest and greatest edition! I assumed that the MX518 would be Macintosh compatible, but alas it is not and I was sorely disappointed when I bought one! This is the first time I have heard of a Logitech mouse not working with the Mac. Message to Logitech: PLEASE FIX THIS so that Mac users like me can use the MX518! At the very least, PLEASE MARK THE BOX VERY CLEARLY THAT THIS IS NOT MACINTOSH COMPATIBLE. ... Read more


    7. Logitech Z-2300 2.1 THX-Certified 200-Watt Speaker System
    list price: $149.99
    our price: $114.99
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    Asin: B0002SQ2P2
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 268
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    Features

    • THX-certified 2.1-channel speaker system with ported subwoofer
    • Delivers superior audio with distortion-free bass for movies, music, and games
    • Wired remote control offers master volume and subwoofer volume, plus headphone jack and standby button
    • Includes adapter for direct connection to DVD player, CD player, or video game console
    • 200 watts total system power (40 watts x 2, plus 120-watt subwoofer)

    8. Logitech Quickcam Communicate Web Cam ( 961362-0403 )
    list price: $49.95
    our price: $40.33
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    Asin: B0002UM05Q
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 690
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    9. Logitech Driving Force Pro for PS2 ( 963293-0403 )
    list price: $149.99
    our price: $104.96
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000DC64H
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 283
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Comfortable, full rubber wheel realistically turns 2-1/2 times lock-to-lock. See a list of games that support 900 Degree Steering mode.
    • Automatically switches to 200 Degree Steering compatibility mode to work with other racing games
    • State-of-the-art force feedback technology lets you feel all the action
    • Textured floorboard features responsive gas and brake pedals and exclusive no-slip carpet grip system
    • Sequential stick shifter, wheel-mounted paddle shifters, and a full set of PlayStation® buttons give you all the control you need

    Reviews (9)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Some things to be aware of when purchasing this device!
    Logitech's Driving Force Pro for PS2 is an excellent input device for novice and more advanced users in driving simulation games. The response is excellent, the feel is decent, and the functionality is superb.

    Those who purchase this unit must be aware that the 900 degree turning can only be used by games that support this type of input. If 900 degree movement is not supported by the game (such as Gran Turismo 3) the user will find that this wheel automatically detects this and adjusts the steering locks accordingly. When this author purchased the wheel for use with Gran Turismo 3, he found that the standard turning radius of 200 degrees seemed to create a problem for fine tuning the position of the wheel. Because of the smaller rotation area, minute movements are much more pronounced than when 900 degree rotation is allowed.

    The steering feel of this device is as close to true as one will find in a gaming device. The force feedback power can be manually adjusted from full power to 60% power directly on the device. Some games may allow further tuning of force feedback power in-game. The footpedal unit feels firm, with different resistances for gas and brake, adding some to the realism of most games. The buttons on this wheel are not pressure sensitive like the Dual Shock controllers and other accessories are. This device is all digital, using the PS2's own USB port to connect. An outside AC power source is required for use.

    Technical note: This device is listed as Force Feedback, but with all technicality, this is not correct. Force feedback devices use pressures from the users hand and responds by generating its own force which opposes the hand. Typically in these devices, the counter force generated by the device is proportional to the force applied by the user. This wheel uses a different mechanism that does not require a force from the user to be present. In a nutshell, this all means that this device will move on its own, independantly of whether or not a user is present.

    Overall, this device is unique, and a great buy.

    The goods:
    Great feel, as close to realistic as you're gonna get
    Excellent range of motion
    Solidly built, Heavy duty. Nothing flimsy about it
    Table clamps are very strong, with no extra movement
    Learning curve is at a minimum
    Quick and easy setup. Up and running in no time
    GT emblem on the wheel. Looks GREAT!

    The bads:
    Force Feedback is a little noisy, though not exceedingly loud.
    200 degree motion makes it difficult to fine tune steering on the fly.
    Initial price seems a little high. (well worth it, however)
    Too addictive! Can't seem to put it away!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars A must have for racing enthusiasts!!
    The Driving Force Pro is the first wheel that I have owned and used at home. At first I was a bit hessitant because let's face it, the wheel is still expensive compared to other products. All my doubts soon left me after I was cutting lap times in GT3. It did take a good 30 mins to and hour to get used to the action. The wheel came nicely packaged, and it took me all but 10 mins to set it up. (Be sure to buy a lap accessory if you aren't going to use it on a table.) I heard the force feedback was noisy, but personally I could barely notice the noise. The wheel itself is tuff. It looks and feels very heavy duty. The game play with only 200 degree steering in Gran Turismo 3 is amazing, it will defininately be unreal with GT4. If you are considering buying this wheel, DO IT!! It is worth every cent. It totally adds to the experience of racing!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great.
    Well, i recieved the wheel a while ago. I havent played it much but i have used it to my liking. This is my first wheel purchase. Although it can be a bit noisy with the feedback, it is really good. I have tried other wheels and they are nothing compared to this one. I play GT3 using only this wheel setting up my cars with drift settings and its great. It feels good drifting through a corner and its almost life like. Overriding the 900 deg turning makes it a harder play in GT3 as it is not accustomed to playing with a 900 degree turning wheel so its best to keep it at 200 deg legacy mode. I wonder what it would be like to play it on GT4 when it comes out.

    Anyway if i were you and i dont have one of these wheels to play with, i suggest you BUY NOW because when GT4 comes out, these will be short of stock everywhere for sure.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent!
    Just got the wheel in tonight and I've been putting it through its paces with GT3. GT3 only uses 200-degree mode, so that's all I can talk about, but it's very cool indeed. It's going to take some getting used to, but the feedback is good, the wheel itself is very responsive, and rally is just plain awesome! In rally, I found myself not thinking about the wheel at all, just about controlling the drifts with the gas pedal. My arms were completely on autopilot, doing all the steering by instinct. Very cool. The pedals are excellent as well, light and linear on the gas, and heavy and tight on the brake, just like a car. I haven't seen any other pedals that are like this; Logitech definitely thought of everything. The paddle shifters don't stick out very far, but that makes them very non-flimsy. You definitely need some kind of table to mount this to (I use a fold-out dinner tray), or your knee is going to bump the power cord out while it bounces around on your lap. I believe there's a $20 lap attachment accessory that probably also works, but a table is better.

    I was very pleased to get this for $35 less than MSRP ($150 for even this wheel is a bit much) and with free shipping. Overall, great buy, and a must for racing fans!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Verry realistic
    (...)This wheel has changed the way I play GT4: Prologue. Instead of mashing buttons with the DS2 controller, I am now 'driving' the cars that I use in the way that I normally would in real life. Using the McLaren GTR in Fuji Speedway is incredibly amazing now that I have the wheel. The cool little paddle shifters behind the wheel help to heighten the sense of speed as well as the feeling of being in one with the car.

    But somehow, driving the rally course in Grand Canyon still sucks. Its like 95 percent of the course requires you to drive in 1st/2nd gear with the optimum speed at 50kph. Translated to mph, its 30mph....Grand Canyon is by far the most boring track in GT4P. I hope they fix the rally physics by this fall.

    (...) To sum up, this wheel is just damn sexy. ... Read more


    10. Logitech Z-5300e 5.1 2-Piece Surround Sound PC and Gaming Speaker System
    list price: $199.99
    our price: $139.99
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    Asin: B0002SQ0AE
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 829
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    Features

    • 5.1 surround sound speaker system designed for PC or game console use
    • Includes 4 satellite speakers, center speaker, subwoofer, and color-coded audio cables
    • Wired SoundTouch remote controls volume and power
    • Matrix mode creates surround sound from stereo, 4-channel, and 5.1 sources
    • 280 watts system power (35.25 watts x 4, plus 39-watt center and 100-watt subwoofer)

    11. Logitech io2 Digital Writing System (965118-0403)
    list price: $199.00
    our price: $166.99
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    Asin: B00064FXH0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 296
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    12. Logitech Cordless Desktop LX 700 (967418-0403)
    list price: $99.95
    our price: $72.99
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    Asin: B0002MRO2S
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 587
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    Features

    • Ultra-flat profile with Zero-Degree Tilt
    • Unique keyboard controls
    • The cordless optical mouse features Tilt Wheel Plus Zoom
    • Rechargeable convenience
    • Secure, high-performance cordless

    13. Logitech MM22 Portable Speakers for iPod
    list price: $79.95
    our price: $39.98
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    Asin: B0007U6IFY
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 196
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Logitech mm22 Portable Speakers for iPod Think you have to compromise to get good sound from small speakers? Think again. The Logitech mm22 Portable Speakers for iPod deliver the excellent audio you demand in a compact package that you can take on the road. Thanks to its quad micro drivers, you can enjoy smooth sound at parties, picnics, and anywhere else you´d like to share music with friends.The mm22 Portable Speakers run on either batteries or the included AC adapter, and when you´re finished listening they fold into a deluxe, hard-shell travel case that holds your speakers and cables, and is as portable as the iPod itself. With remarkably big sound and a compact size, they´re the perfect companion for your iPod or digital audio player. ... Read more

    Features

    • Designed for iPod 3G, 4G, mini, and Photo iPod
    • Matched Quad Micro Drivers deliver silky smooth audio, effortlessly
    • Speakers collapse for easy transport
    • Operates with included AC adapter or four "AAA" batteries

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great product, especially for the price.
    I first thought of getting these speakers because they were cheap.I was extremely scared that the sound quality would be horrible considering the price, but I was quite surprised when I plugged in my 4gb ipod mini.

    It was extremely easy to set up, with different sized cradles for different sized ipods (I think it works for other mp3s too, but ipod seems to be the focus), and all cables included.I got everthing plugged in in seconds.

    When I turned the speakers on, the sound quality was amazing, even when I turned the volume all the way up.

    I also like how it is so packable, it comes in a little carrying case that you can even fit your ipod mini in if you like (probably won't fit the regular ipod though).The speakers fold up, but then you can unfold them when you're using them.

    Great product, especially for the price! ... Read more


    14. Logitech X-530 5.1 5-Piece Speaker System with Subwoofer
    list price: $79.99
    our price: $54.99
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    Asin: B0002WPSCG
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 94
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    Features

    • 5.1-channel speaker system for PCs, audio receivers, DVD players, or game consoles
    • FDD2 satellite technology produces uniform sound field for rich results
    • Dedicated center channel enhances dialogue
    • Master volume and subwoofer level controls for convenient access
    • 70 watts total system power (7.4 watts x 4, plus 15.5-watt center speaker and 25-watt subwoofer)

    15. Logitech Precision Cordless Controller For Xbox (963334-0403)
    list price: $49.95
    our price: $38.99
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    Asin: B0002KO9CS
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 521
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Logitech Inc (963334-0403) Xbox cordless controller ... Read more

    Features

    • Plays for over 50 hours on only 2 AA batteries(included)
    • Vibrational force feedback
    • Mini receiver plugs in to console
    • Operates on a 2.4 GHz frequency, preventing interference with(and from) wireless devices
    • Lag-free range of up to 30 feet(10 meters)

    Reviews (11)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The shizzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzznit
    these rock!!!!! you cant expect more. these aresick. the conection is just awsome. if u used ps2 ones these even work better. 3 words JUST BUY THEM!!!!!!!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Experience
    This Controller is awesome! Ignore all other bad reviews about this product and just buy it already. The controller works fine on all games including Halo2 and other FPS. The only problem is the Xbox Live communicator is almost impossible to use with this. Great for LAN parties and other events. Hightly Reccomended.

    4-0 out of 5 stars An Amazing Wireless Controller
    This controller is an amazing third party controller.Usually I balk at buying third party controllers because their sensitivity doesn't seem to be as good as first party (those made by the system manufacturer).

    The receiver for the controller is very large, primarily because it has slots to accomodate memory cards.It is roughly the size of a computer mouse, much larger than other wireless receivers.Fortunately, it is able pick up the signal from quite a distance (10 ft), which was the reason I purchased it.

    The controller itself feels like the standard S-controller, just a bit lighter.You can turn vibration on or off, and turning it off gives you an impressive hundreds of hours of gameplay.

    I really like this controller, and find it to be a good substitute for its wired counterpart!

    2-0 out of 5 stars great paperweight
    This is suitable as a remote control for XBMC, but not much good for gaming.The unresponsive buttons are vexing.I expected better from logitech.

    5-0 out of 5 stars It is great
    People are complaining that it is not good for FPS such as halo. The thing is, if you were good in Halo in the first place, then you don't need to rely on the controller. Yes, the sticks are a little loose but i feel this is a good thing. Of course it is not going to be like the original controllers but the feel is very good. This is by far the best wireless controller to get. Don't judge this controller just because people cannot play FPS because it feels different than the originals. ... Read more


    16. Logitech Quickcam Orbit WebCam ( 961310-0403 )
    list price: $129.95
    our price: $95.38
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    Asin: B0000DBMKK
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 485
    Average Customer Review: 2.27 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Always stay in the frame thanks to the automatic face-tracking software and mechanical pan and tilt feature
    • Record high quality videos at true 640 x 480 resolution with the high-quality CCD sensor
    • Capture 1.3 megapixel photos
    • Works with both USB 2.0 and 1.1
    • Compatible with Windows 2000, Me, XP, and Mac OS 10.1.5 or higher

    Reviews (11)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't Work On XP Computers
    If you run it on Win 2000 computers, its awesome. You can pan and tilt across a whole room manually or let the face tracking software track you during a video conference. The face tracking works very well as long as you don't have too noisy of a background in the room to confuse the camera. If we all ran Win 2000 machines, I'd rate the product a 4 star!

    Unfortunately, the product doesn't work well on my New Dell Windows XP machine and a few other people have reported a similar problem on XP machines. The range of the pan and tilt seems to mysteriously only be about 20 percent of full range. It looks like a softare problem. If Logitech fixes this bug, we're back to 4 star all around.

    To get a 5 star rating, Logitech would need to include some more useful software like motion detector software, and the ability to control your camera remotely via the web. As it is you can only control it locally at your PC.

    1-0 out of 5 stars horrible
    what seemed like a wonderful idea - new and advanced.. has turned out to be a thorn in my side - and left me with trying to find a new camera.

    the good side - is the picture quality is state of the art.

    that is all.

    after the first day - the face tracking stopped working.. and now the entire camera wont tilt upwards. for now, its sitting on books.

    a total waste of money. - i had the first Logitech series cam they had out.. and it worked like a champ - and still does.. however now its too obsolete to work with XP.

    1-0 out of 5 stars If I could give this a zero I would.
    I can't review the product itself because I could never get it to install, but I will review the installation.

    If your computer has a SiS or VIA Chipset I would recommend you not buy this thing. The instructions say nothing about having a problem with these chipsets and as for the instructions, they are typical instructions for products these days, none existence. The same for the live support, a real joke...

    Buried in Logitech's Knowledge Base I found that if you have one of these chipsets you have to reconfigure your computer to what I would equate to standing on your head and trying to drink water. If you don't know what I am talking about when I say SiS and VIA chipset, I can just tell you that these are two very common chipsets used with USB.

    I also tried to install this thing on three different computers and it didn't work on any of them. The first two computers had either the SiS and VIA chipset, but the third did not and it still didn't work on the third one. Five hours of wasted time later is when I decided that it wasn't worth my time to fool with this lousy installation and I returned the product.

    Logitech's lost not mine...

    1-0 out of 5 stars customer deception
    Logitech pro 4000 camera does not work with AIM (AOL Instant Messenger) in the most unbelievable deception that a buyer caught unawares may have to face; never had so many problems with a piece of hardware (crashed a 4-yearold laptop through audio incompatibility)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Logitech Quckcam Orbit Problem Fixed Tilt Pan
    I am a seasoned pc user, I found the features to be great. The problems started as soon as I installed the camera though. First I plugged it in... Windows XP didn't find any drivers. I unplugged the camera and installed the software from Logitech (newly downloaded of course). I always chuck the original cd, newest drivers are always on line. The computer restarted and locked up (Windows XP). Turns out this camera likes a powered usb hub, I moved it to the powered hub. I restarted again and all was working... BUT
    Using the pan and tilt features I found the camera only moved a smidge at a time, although the demo had the thing zipping around freely. I read that the software should be reinstalled, NOT... after the uninstall process Norton 2004 password manager crashed. I reinstalled the software and had the same pan and tilt problem, but Norton was alive again. It dawned on me that the data transfer must be intensive and I switched the usb connector from the 1.1 hub to the 2.0 card (guess that's what the long cable is for, NICE, my computer is in the closet). Now it works PERFECTLY, I am IMPRESSED and I will keep it! ... Read more


    17. Logitech DiNovo Cordless Media Bluetooth Desktop (967312-0403)
    list price: $249.95
    our price: $153.00
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    Asin: B0000UV0JA
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 974
    Average Customer Review: 2.94 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Logitech's diNovo Media Desktop is a dramatically designed Bluetooth keyboard and MediaPad, optical mouse, and Bluetooth hub combination that transforms the user’s work space. The visually striking diNovo keyboard gives first-class comfort, while the separate MediaPad lets users remotely command today’s PC digital-media interface to enjoy their favorite pictures and musical selections. The MediaPad also displays e-mail or instant message notifications, media playback status, and provides smart calculator functionality.

    The ensemble includes Logitech’s high-precision MX-900 rechargeable optical mouse. The diNovo also turns the PC into a Bluetooth control center, letting users synchronize data between their Bluetooth PDAs, cell phones, other devices, and their PCs. You've never seen anything like the MediaPad, a Bluetooth remote commander for all your digital media. Use it to remotely view, select, and launch your favorite jukebox tunes, video clips, or digital photos.

    The MediaPad also displays e-mail or instant message notifications, and it lets you monitor media playback status, even when you're away from your desk. It's a numeric keypad with a built-in smart calculator. And you can view the time and date on the digital display. To streamline your desktop, a single external device performs two critical functions: it serves as a wireless hub for all your Bluetooth devices and as a fast power charger for the mouse. Communicate instantly using your Bluetooth headset, or easily exchange data between your PC and your Bluetooth PDA, cell phone, and printer. Thanks to the power of Bluetooth, you can do it all without wires.

    But what is Bluetooth, anyway?
    Bluetooth is a standard wireless technology aimed at allowing users to make effortless, fast connections between various devices, such as mobile devices and computers. The sophisticated mode of transmission ensures protection from interference and increased data security and offers greater wireless range. Your Bluetooth devices by Logitech will work up to 30 feet away from the included Bluetooth wireless hub.

    Keyboard Features
    • Ultraflat, zero-degree tilt design
      It's the keyboard comfort equivalent of sitting in first class.
    • Bluetooth wireless technology
      Enjoy a long range, increased security, and protection from interference.
    • Expert Web navigation
      Programmable one-touch buttons for direct access to any page, file, or program you choose.
    • Enhanced function keys
      Get instant access to your images, music, documents, and common commands via enhanced function keys.
    • True boot support
      Use your Bluetooth keyboard to enter safe mode, access your BIOS, or enter your password with no problems.
    MediaPad Features
    • A Bluetooth remote media commander
      Use it to remotely view, select, and launch your favorite jukebox tunes, video clips, or digital photos. Monitor media playback status, even when you're away from your desk.
    • Communications center
      Receive e-mail or instant message notifications on the MediaPad's interactive display, even when you're away from your PC.
    • A desktop companion
      The MediaPad also acts as a numeric keypad with a built-in smart calculator. And you can view the time and date on the digital display, automatically synchronized with your PC's clock.
    Mouse Features
    • MX Optical Engine
      A new benchmark in optical systems combines high resolution and a high frame rate to achieve superior performance.
    • More efficient Web navigation
      Cruise Control combines two buttons with a scroll wheel to ease scrolling through long documents or Web sites. And two thumb buttons let you move forward or backward between pages.
    • Quick-switch program selector
      Navigate back and forth among active programs and documents.
    • Comfortable design
      Its sleek, contoured shape fits snugly into your right hand for optimal comfort.
    Rapid-Charge Base Station/Bluetooth Wireless Hub
    • Connect
      Connect up to seven Bluetooth devices at a given time to the Bluetooth wireless hub
    • Communicate freely
      Create, send, and receive short messages with your Bluetooth keyboard and your Bluetooth cellular phone.
    • Get organized
      Synchronize your Bluetooth PDA or cell phone with your PC.
    • Share with ease
      Easily transfer pictures and files between your PC and your Bluetooth mobile devices.
    • Free yourself from cables and clutter
      Print to a Bluetooth printer and accomplish other computing tasks without wires, and use your mouse or keyboard up to 30 feet away from your PC.
    ... Read more

    Features

    • Makes your PC a Bluetooth control center
    • Wireless freedom and a powerful way to orchestrate your PC’s digital media capabilities
    • Bluetooth wireless hub is built into the mouse's recharging station
    • Use it to remotely view, select, and launch your favorite jukebox tunes, video clips, or digital photos.
    • Synchronize data between your Bluetooth PDA, cell phones, and other devices, and PCs.

    Reviews (16)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed... Problems after only 1 week of use...
    I am actually using diNovo keyboard to type this review, and it is a bit of a struggle due to malfunctioning spacebar. :(

    I did a bit of research on diNovo before buying it. Most online magazines (PCMag, CNet, etc.) highly recommend this product, noting its high price as the only drawback.

    I got this keyboard/mouse combo a week ago, and I must say it looks and feels great. Separate keyboard and touchpad save you desk space. Mouse runs all day without a need for recharging.

    I didn't experience any connection issues. It was only one time that I had to press the "connect" buttons on BlueTooth hub and mouse to have it re-detected because it stopped functioning all of the sudden.

    The initial installation was smooth. I downloaded the latest drivers, got everything connected and everything went well from there... until yesterday.

    All of the sudden the space bar (probably the most useable key on any keyboard) started losing response. I had to hit it harder to move the cursor and even then, at times, it would not respond. As I type this, I often have to hit the spacebar 4-5 times in order to make a single space between the words.

    Another problem surfaced early this morning. The lower "fast scroll" mouse button would sometimes result in a "locked" fast scroll. This could be a software issue, I am not sure.

    One thing is for certain, the assembly quality seems to be on the lower side. I reached this conclusion based not only on personal experience, but by reading other customer reviews and comments. Given the high price of this product, I am extremely disappointed, if not angry. This is probably the most expensive keyboard/mouse combo on the market, and one thing Logitech should have made sure is that it is of solid build quality. The product is produced by a Logitech plant in China, by the way.

    As far as support goes, here is the story so far...

    I made a big mistake by not saving the original packaging, so I am not sure if I'll be able to exchange it at local store.

    I called up Logitech support (you can find their contact information at logitech.com), and had a live person on the line after a short wait. I told them about the problem, and the tech. support rep said that I have to exchange it at local store where I bought the product since it's been less than 90 days since the purchase.
    I told him that I didn't keep the original box and that the retail store may have problem with that. He said that they will make an exception and handle the exchange themselves if the retailer won't accept the exchange.

    I e-mailed the store where I got diNovo, and, at this point, I am waiting for their reply. I will post a follow-up review and tell how this thing plays out and if the replacement keyboard is any better than the original.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Set Up!!! Where are the Mac drivers?
    As a Mac user, this is the keyboard I expected to see come out of Cupertino. Since Apple has decided to not move to a 'more than one button' set-up (at this point it is just ego) I decided to snag one of these guys from Ebay on the cheap. Instantly, I loved it. Five minutes later I was ticked off to find that it does not work with OS X... well it does it you rig it up but th numerical keyboard does not work AT ALL. It is just a really expensive calculator at this point. What really gets me is how simple it would be for Logitech to write a simple driver so that Mac users, who are notoriou for over spending for great design, could use their product. Talk about a swing and a miss... shame on you Logitech. Same.

    2-0 out of 5 stars If you don't like notebook keyboard, this one either.
    A beautiful product, but not so comfortable. The feeling of keystroke is very similar to gerenal notebook keyboard.

    The mediapad is not a good idea for non-western language, you will get ???? for all non-western character. And I get my mediapad RMAed twice (a tedious procedure that I won't mention here). The idea of media center is not as useful, because the software is tightly integrated with MS Media Player, so I can not get any benefit from my iTunes.

    If you don't use keyboard often, and need some beautiful gadget on your desktop, I would recommend this. Otherwise, find other robust keyboard.

    5-0 out of 5 stars wireless is wonderful
    This was really easy to set up because you don't have to figure out what plugs into what, and I love that I can be up to 30 feet away from the computer and it still works because of the Bluetooth. I can even be in the next room, which comes in handy when you work from home like I do.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful, but functionality is problematic at best.
    After having this keyboard for two days I'm returning it because
    I'm already frustrated with pressing the connect button on
    EVERY device every time I boot up. It is a beautiful, slick
    keyboard and the mouse is great. But it's of no use to me if
    I have to go through this connection hassle EVERY TIME I BOOT UP. Logitech should not have put this thing on the market without testing it futher, and if this is indicative of bluetooth technology... best of luck to them.

    Forget it, back to my wired keyboard and optical mouse. ... Read more


    18. Logitech MX 510 Performance Optical Mouse - Red
    list price: $49.95
    our price: $29.99
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    Asin: B0001YGIB0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 109
    Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Fast net navigation. Two thumb buttons let you easily mover forward or back between pages on the internet
    • Quick Switch Program Selector. At the touch of a button, you can switch views between active programs and documents
    • Cruise Control Scrolling System. Two Cruise Control buttons provide contionuous scrolling up and down through long documents or web sites
    • Right-hand control grip. Designed by experts to combine form and function. The result is maximum comfort and complete control
    • Reflex finish. Holographic effect provides a stunning color depth and random effect. Every mouse is unique

    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fast mouse...
    I bought this mouse earlier this year when it was exclusive to Best Buy and before the blue one was out. I've been very happy with it so far. Very quick & responsive. Best mouse for gamers and quicker and more reliable than wireless, with no need for batteries or recharging!! Set-up was a breeze. I like the forward/back buttons on the side and the customizable buttons on top, makes surfing the net easier and more fun. My sole complaint is it lacks the little red LED my old microsoft mouse had, but that's just a cosmetic/design issue. The MX 510 is very smooth and fits my hand comfortably. Amazon has a great price w/ free shipping too! Highly Recommended.

    5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!!!!!!
    I mean, I've been comparing Logitech MX 510 Performance Optical Mouse and the Microsoft tilt mouse, but this mouse recovers the fact that it can't tilt, but only on spreadsheets do u need t hat ability.. u can change between documents without using Alt+Tab!! wow

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Mouse I've Ever Used
    Having been a computer gamer and user most of my life, I've come in contact with many different mice. The mx510 is the best.

    The design is the same as the mx500, mx700, and mx900 series, a somewhat tried-and-true style. The forward and back buttons (on the left side of the mouse) are close enough to use easily, but aren't in danger of being accidentally clicked. The up and down buttons (positioned above and below the scrollwheel) take some getting used to, but are useful enough to outweigh this. The up button *isn't* the most natural button, but I'm able to click it with my forefinger easily (despite reviews to the contrary), and my hands are average sized.
    The switch application button seems to be the only downfall of the mouse. It isn't as easy to reach as the other buttons and its usefulness is questionable. A friend of mine with the mx700 (same design, just a little older and wireless), however, swears by that button and says he couldn't be happier that it was included. Even in the case of someone who doesn't like it, it really doesn't take away from the mouse; you'd don't have to use it if you don't want to.
    Note: I would not recommend this to anyone that uses a mouse with their left hand.

    The optical engine is newer and supposedly better than the older mx500s and mx700s. I, however, haven't really noticed a difference, having used an mx700 before. Despite that, it's amazingly smooth. I have heard people online and in person complain that it "jerks" or is "twitchy," but I'd venture a guess that most of those people either do not have quality mousepads or have incorrect sensitivity settings in their OS. One person who mentioned the twitchiness to me in person showed it to me, and then was surprised when I fixed it easily by turning on "Enhance pointer precision" and lowering the sensitivity. The mouse will track on virtually anything: fabrics (if you're using a laptop while sitting on the couch), just about any hard shiny surface (that traditional trackball mice have difficulty with), plastic, paper, metal, you name it.

    The software included is easy to use and has never had a compatibility issue that I've seen. Remapping *any* of the buttons to a variety of different controls is easy. For example: I was able to map the up and down buttons to "next song"/"last song" in Winamp, which is one of the coolest things I've seen a mouse do.

    Overall it is a wonderful product and a great deal for someone looking for a new, stylish, light, and feature intensive corded mouse.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Not very comfortable (I'm right handed)
    I'm an avid gamer heavily into online FPS games. So it goes without saying the mouse is one of the more important equipment to a gamer like myself. I took a look at this mouse, looked very snazzy, and the design seemed rather ergonomic. Didn't have a store display model I can play around with, but I still purchased this anyways.

    Been using this for about a week now. If you're a FPS gamer, you'll realize that when you move your mouse, you often times lift the mouse up and reposition and move the mouse again. This wasn't made for that. There is a groove for the thumb but the groove on the right side seems to have been made for the ring finger, but feels more comfortable placing my pinkie finger there.

    And because of that oddly placed groove on the right side, I'm constantly struggling to find a good position to lay my hands on. I've been on the recieving end of someone's muzzle many times because I was preoccupied with trying to find comfort.

    For basic window navigation and web surfing, it's okay. The back page button is real handy, and the autoscroll down button (right below the wheel) saves me the hassle of constantly scrolling the wheel. However, the forward page button and autoscroll up button is placed in an awkward position, requiring you to reposition your hand just to reach those two.

    Not a horrible purchase by far. Haven't had trouble...yet.

    edit - 3 June 2004:

    I just noticed this. Try this the next time you're in a store with a display model of Mx 510. Flip the mouse around so the buttons are pointing at your direction. Now, put your LEFT hand on the mouse. REAL comfortable, aren't they? The thumb groove is not crampy, and the pinkie and ring finger now has a VERY comfortable spot!

    Did logitech put the grooves on backwards?! My goodness!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent optical mouse with accurate tracking.
    This optical mouse has accurate tracking. It can track well on surfaces where other optical mice would have failed. The extra buttons make desktop navigation quicker and more convenient. Because this mouse is chorded and does not require batteries, it weighs very light. Although the mouse is sort of bulbous in shape, it fits people with small hands. However, this mice prefers right handers because of the location of the thumb rest and thumb buttons. I think this mouse is ideal for people who do both office work and gaming. ... Read more


    19. Logitech V500 Cordless Optical Notebook Mouse (931171-0403)
    list price: $69.99
    our price: $49.28
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    Asin: B0002SAF3M
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 572
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    Features

    • Two-button cordless mouse
    • 2D Scroll Panel replaces traditional scrolling wheel
    • Fused aluminum skin
    • 2.4GHz Micro receiver
    • Supports USB interface

    20. Logitech Cordless Desktop MX for Bluetooth ( 967301-0403 )
    list price: $179.95
    our price: $139.92
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000CFY8C
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Logitech
    Sales Rank: 1377
    Average Customer Review: 3.73 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • All you need to put your Bluetooth devices to work for you right now, right at your desktop.
    • Bluetooth wireless hub is built into the mouse's recharging station
    • True boot support so you can use your keyboard to enter safe mode, access your BIOS, or enter your password
    • Combines Logitech's stylish cordless keyboard and rechargeable cordless optical mouse
    • Works with both Windows® XP and Windows® 2000 - no service pack required

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    5-0 out of 5 stars So far, rather thrilled
    I purchased this product due to its Bluetooth capabilities. While it takes a bit more setup than your standard keyboard and mouse, it works extremely well. The keyboard and mouse work very well and have a great feel. The keyboard is extremely comfortable. The mouse charger also acts as a Bluetooth hub, which I used to connect my Palm Pilot and hope to use with a Bluetooth enabled phone soon.

    The software also provides a few nice extras, such as onscreen volume display. Cap Lock/Num Lock/Scroll Lock onscreen display.

    It came down to this product or the Microsoft Bluetooth setup. I chose Logitech both because of my previous success with their products and because the keyboard is a standard layout. The Microsoft version moves the Insert/Delete// block of six keys into a two column formation and doubles the size of the delete key. As a programmer, this frustrated me to no end.

    Overall I am very impressed and I am planning on purchasing a duplicate set for my home.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Logitech Cordless Desktop MX for Bluetooth is amazing
    The Logitech Cordless MX Duo provided comfort, style, rechargeable mouse and most importantly MX technology. With the new advancement with the MX technology, it was still missing one main component, Bluetooth technology. It makes any component capable of achieving wireless range of thirty feet and nearly perfect communication integrity with the Bluetooth Wireless Hub. Not only does the Logitech Cordless Desktop MX for Bluetooth contain Bluetooth technology, it still retains all previous terrific features from the keyboard and the mouse. ...

    4-0 out of 5 stars Probably the best wireless keyboard+mouse set out there
    I bought this set after a long search for a wireless set with a USB keyboard connector for my laptop (thanks to Toshiba for not putting one on my P10). When I opened the box and installed it on my laptop (prior to installing the drivers, which I had to download from Logitech's website) and no problems of detection (both on my Windows XP and Gentoo Linux systems). And everything worked like a dream after installing the software packages. If you take to time to play with the iTouch settings you can create a monster of the keyboard (attaching menus (instead of direct commands) to the hot keys, etc.)

    I actually had no intentions of writing a review for this set, I didn't even buy it from Amazon but some of the reviews here gave such a bad impression that I had to. First the bluetooth hub works fine with non-Logitech devices, however if a bluetooth hub or similar device is installed prior to this set, the setup utility limits the hub to the keyboard+mouse set in order not to screw your existing Bluetooth configuration.

    Someone made a point about the hotkey icons.
    "Shopping Cart" for Shopping

    How can you better describe shopping. The same goes for all the other hotkeys. I'm starting to doubt that you are talking about this particular product.

    Also the keyboards battery consumption is quite economic, compared to my heavy usage (about 10-15 hours per day)

    Why 4 stars? No users manual or software is included with the box. Downloading the software (around a total of 40 MB) can be frustrating for people using Dial-up.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Bluetooth is Worthless
    I bought the Logitech bluetooth keyboard and mouse because I wanted to use the Logitech bluetooth headset HS01 and thought the combo might be worth it. I should have listened to the hints buried in other reviews.

    First the Logitech bluetooth adapter stinks. With the Logitech Hs01 there is lots of static and the headset constantly drops. The adapter also drops the mouse and keyboard at times, and then forces setup again which takes a couple of minutes! When I pair the headset with a Belkin bluetooth hub it works almost flawlessly, and yes the mouse also works. The keyboard seems to have Logitech only logic so forget it.

    That leaves the mouse and keyboard. The feel of the keyboard is very nice which is why I give it 2 stars. The funky special keys I could get used to and eventually use.

    The mouse I like the shape and feel of, although it is heavy. Can probably get used to half the functions on it. What I do not like is that it takes a couple of seconds for the mouse to be active after you have been idle. This does not appear to be the case when it is linked to the Belkin bluetooth hub, although I only used it that way for a couple of hours.

    But the whole thing is going back. I will probably replace it with the MX duo which is the same mouse and keyboard but with just RF. After all why pay the premium for the bluetooh version when the Logitech implementation of bluetooth seems to be poor.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Keyboard doesn't work
    I eagerly awaited my Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, and upon arrival I immediately installed it. That began five frustrating days of troubleshooting. There is no "Manual", you just get this huge picture setup page (like comes with new Dell machines). The troubleshooting contained on this thing does not exist. Since the keyboard would not work, my machine was effectively shutdown. I tried putting my old keyboard and mouse back on, but the machine didn't recognize them either. Spent many hours searching for solutions on the web (on someone else's machine), and have finally found a work around, but it defeats the purpose of installing the system in the first place. The work around allows me to use the keyboard and mouse, but the computer no longer recognizes the Bluetooth hub (even though my keyboard and mouse connect through it).

    Logitech's support consisted of "Put it on another machine and see if it works there." That advice came two days into troubleshooting and research. Research found many people with the same problem, so why would I want to "Lock up" another machine? Logitech has yet to respond. Support -5 stars since they are actually hurting my troubleshooting at this point!

    Bottom line: Unless you want to take a chance on locking up your machine, wait a few months until Logitech can figure this problem out (may take longer at their current speed of advance)! ... Read more


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