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21. Logitech Cordless TrackMan Wheel
$73.04 $72.92 list($99.95)
22. Logitech MOMO Force Feedback Racing
$31.99 list($49.99)
23. Logitech 2.4 GHz Cordless Action
$118.53 list($149.00)
24. Logitech diNovo Cordless Desktop
$27.97 $27.50 list($39.99)
25. Logitech Cordless Rumblepad 2
$22.16 list($29.99)
26. Labtec WebCam Pro ( 961358-0403
$56.31 list($99.95)
27. Logitech Cordless MX Duo 967300-0403
$48.99 $47.99 list($59.99)
28. Logitech Cordless Optical Trackman
$25.99 $22.99 list($34.99)
29. Logitech Trackman Wheel Optical
$74.99 $69.99 list($99.95)
30. Logitech MX900 Bluetooth Cordless
$162.99 $136.94 list($199.95)
31. Logitech 966167-0403 Cordless
$53.99 list($99.99)
32. Logitech 2.4 GHz Cordless Presenter
$36.99 list($49.95)
33. Logitech MX 510 Performance Optical
$38.99 $36.38 list($49.99)
34. Logitech x-230 2.1 2-Piece Dual
$44.85 list($59.95)
35. Logitech 967427-0403 Cordless
$47.99 $44.33 list($49.95)
36. Logitech QuickCam Communicate
$64.31 list($79.95)
37. Logitech BuddyCam 2-Pack ( 961375-0403
$76.01 $73.88 list($99.99)
38. Logitech Cordless Comfort Duo
$40.33 $31.00 list($49.95)
39. Logitech QuickCam Messenger WebCam
$76.99 $62.21 list($79.99)
40. Logitech Z-3e Premium 3-Piece

21. Logitech Cordless TrackMan Wheel (904346-0403)
list price: $49.95
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00004VUGJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 896
Average Customer Review: 4.24 out of 5 stars
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The Logitech Cordless TrackMan Wheel provides you with unprecedented desktop flexibility. Digital radio technology allows it to work without being pointed at the computer, so even on crowded desks, you can use it where and how you want. Work anywhere within a 6-foot radius of the receiver. Optical technology delivers superior precision and performance for detailed work and smooth tracking for longer use. The Logitech cordless wheel boasts long battery life and includes a battery indicator to warn you when the battery is low. ... Read more


  • Wheel allows fast and easy scrolling
  • Features digital radio technology
  • Patented optical technology
  • No line of sight necessary between mouse and receiver
  • 5-year warranty

Reviews (34)

5-0 out of 5 stars overall a great gadget
This leftie with "piano fingers" is very satisfied with the Logitech Cordless Trackman Wheel. I use it right-handed (and think of it as left-brain crosstraining). Ergonomically I find it very comfortable - my hand rests easily over the unit with the forefinger on the left button, middle finger on the wheel, and ring finger on the right button. The cordless connection works flawlessly in both the PS/2 and USB ports. I've noticed no degradation in response at four feet of separation even when I rest the Trackman on my knee and the signal has to pass through an oak desk to get to the receiver. In terms of comfort, the lack of wrist and finger movement required by the design itself is greatly enhanced by the ability to place the Trackman at any angle, level, or orientation. My favorite is on my thigh beneath the desk.

There is a bit of a learning curve if you've never used a Trackball device before. It's not unlike being used to driving a stick shift and then finding yourself in an automatic groping around for a non-existent clutch. For a while I caught myself instinctively sliding the Trackman in certain circumstances. But when you get it down, it is easier, more comfortable, and more efficient than mousework.

In terms of accuracy, I would say that with the proper configuration, it is just as accurate as a mouse. It takes some time to get used to the trackball and you may need to tweak the acceleration and speed settings until you find the right balance that works for you.

A couple things I'm not so crazy about:

The scroll wheel doubles as a programmable third button. It is so close in height to the left and right buttons and sandwiched so tightly between them that I find it difficult to use it as a button without inadvertently hitting the left or right click button (and I have long, skinny fingers).

And finally, if you're using this on a laptop with a built-in pointing device, you may not be able to fully tweak the Trackman settings if you run it through the PS/2 port. I got that warning when I set it up on my Thinkpad (with an integrated touchpad and trackpoint). Fortunately I had a free USB port I could dedicate to the remote receiver (the adapters you need for either the USB or PS/2 connection are included). So laptop users who don't have a free USB port may find that they are unable to fully configure the Trackman. This could be a problem because it's something you'll really want to get just right.

And skip the CD-ROM installation and just go to their website to register and download the latest version of the drivers and software

5-0 out of 5 stars The best for graphic artists
I've used just about every pointing device available. Trackpoints are the worst. Touchpads are pretty bad, difficult to control, and you keep scrolling in areas and clicking on things that you never intended. Mice are okay, except (among other things) that fairly often I have observed people (including myself) clicking and missing--the pointer was on the target, but when you released the left button, you twitched and so nothing happens. Also, mice will wear you out after a while; I find a lot of muscle tension at the end of a day. Trackballs avoid these problems. With these devices, when you've got the pointer exactly where you want it, take your thumb off the ball and then click--this is especially good for novices. Trackballs generally give greater control and, when it comes to moving the pointer across the screen, just a tiny thumb movement takes you from corner to corner (if you adjust the motion properly in the control panel).

The Logitech Cordless Trackman Wheel is the best trackball I've seen, and I've owned a bunch of them. It has all the features mentioned above and is very ergonomic and relaxing to use. When I cruise the internet, I sit almost motionless, concentrating totally on the information being displayed. Oddly enough, I do recommend playing some solitaire to develop the unconscious feel for the device. One nice feature (a point of distinction): this device uses radio frequency communication and does not require line of sight. I have used it on a table in the middle of the room, the desk being against the wall, without problem (I have a fairly large monitor).

Could the Logitech be improved? Yes. There's room for another button under the ring finger. The scroll wheel could be a little smoother (sometimes you move it one notch and nothing happens, but it's not a big deal, just move it another notch). Something that probably could not be improved is its apparent indestructability; it fell from my hand as I was changing batteries and, trying to catch it, wound up slamming it into the hardwood floor. I was somewhat awed to find that it still worked.

All in all, I recommend this pointing device above all others.

2-0 out of 5 stars The worst I have ever owned
This was the third Logitech trackball I've owned. Like the other reviewers, I am a lefty, however I am a righthanded mouser. My previous one was the TrackMan Vista which fit my hand like a glove and the buttons were in the exact right place when I put my hand on it in a natural position. I'd still be using it if the sensors hadn't worn out from age, use and dust.

This trackman was stiff to use and I had to keep shifting my hand to hit the buttons. It did not install easily and would not connect using the ps2 adaptor so I was forced to use the usb connector and for some reason that caused issues with activesync so that every time I put my pda in it's docking station - the cursor would freeze. Trying to get some real support from Logitech was a joke. I finally had enough after 4 days of this and went to a big box electronic store and ended up buying a Microsoft Optical Trackman Explorer. I am much happier as it is closer to the Vista than anything Logitech makes now. It loaded easier, is more responsive and doesn't cause the issues the Trackman Wheel did. The Logitech will be in my next garage sale if anyone is interested.

5-0 out of 5 stars Logitech got it right
I have had mine for years and it is still going strong. Never had a problem with it. If you like to only move your thumb this trackball is for you. Once you go trackball you don't go back.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Mouse to end all Mice
This is the greatest mouse ever to grace my palm. Many people have trouble using the mouse when they first sit down to try it. But now both my wife and I use one these wonders.

There is no shuffling around the mouse to get to new screen real estate, there is no cord to get in the way, and you can comfortably lean back, rest it on your leg, and mouse away.

It is too bad more companies don't follow suit, this is the best design I have ever used, and tryst me, I spend a lot of time mousing. ... Read more

22. Logitech MOMO Force Feedback Racing Wheel (963282-0403)
list price: $99.95
our price: $73.04
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Asin: B00006HYLN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 356
Average Customer Review: 3.27 out of 5 stars
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Turbocharge your driving with the authentic feel and precision performance of the Logitech MOMO force-feedback racing wheel. Designed by the racing professionals at MOMO, the full-rubber wheel, stick shifter, and racing pedals feel just like the real thing. And with advanced force-feedback technology, you'll experience the road like never before. Strap yourself in and drive into the action!

The Logitech MOMO racing wheel is compatible with PCs running Windows 98, 2000, Me, and XP, with an available USB port. ... Read more


  • Exclusive design by MOMO, one of the world's leading designers of automotive accessories for the track and the street
  • Feel everything with ultra-realistic force feedback effects
  • Race like a pro with a full rubber wheel, sequential stick shifter and realistic gas and brake pedals
  • Get all the control you need with six programmable buttons, two paddle shifters, and 240 degrees of rotation
  • 1-year warranty

Reviews (11)

4-0 out of 5 stars Tremendous wheel
I am a hardcore online racing addict spending several hours online racing each night. I have had 3 Logitech Wheels in my time. Logitech Wingman FF, Logitech MOMO Force and Logitech MOMO Driver.

Logitech Momo Racing (my thoughts)
The Good - Full rubber grip. Extended turning range. Very accurate & precise. Strong Force Feedback which can be adjusted. Good pedals. Nice pressure on brake pedal. Fairly long throw on pedals. Stick shift option. 6 buttons on wheel. Easy to instal. Solid construction. Good web site support. Wingman profiler good program to help fine tune setup. Fairly easy to get used to the wheel. Nice times achieved after little practice. 3 clamping system very solid. Wheel looks good. Quality control better than on Logitech Momo Force. Pedals superior the the force model as far as getting better race times.

The Not So Good - have to extend fingers too much to reach gear paddles. Paddles not a solid feel to them. Problem with right gear paddle, double shifts at times. No need for stick shifter. Pedal base too light, slips around unless u put something solid behind it. Plastic pedals instead of metal as on the FORCE model.

Overall - MOMO Racing is a class above Wingman FF as far as getting better race times once u get used to it. I had 2 MOMO Force wheels and had to take them back as various things were faulty. MOMO Racing i feel also has questionable quality control on the Paddle Shifters. Apart from this it is a top product and thorougly recommend it.

Have fun and get a beer into you

3-0 out of 5 stars Just OK
I bought the wheel back in March of this year and for the first 3 months it had worked perfectly. Then a few weeks ago I started to get that wonderful MOMO pedal bug. The pedals are made where they check the calibration every time you push them down. However if you wiggle the pedal while its down the potentiometer reads it as being pushed down further and sets that new rate as what you have to reach in order to get full percentage use out of the pedal. I took the base apart and put the pedals back on tighter, but it still wiggles a bit, and still loses calibration. I will be returning my MOMO.

Seems to be working for me.
I've ready multiple reviews of the paddle shifters breaking on this wheel, but being I use the stick shift, that hasn't happened to me yet :-D I've had the wheel for about 5 months or so now. It hasn't been flawless, unfortunately. I've noticed that the deadzone, when in the calibration window used to be none-existant; it picked up EVERY little change in movement of the wheel... now there is a slight dead zone on it. Hasn't affected my racing, though so that is good. Also, the stick shift knob makes a popping sound every now and then when I shift up... or actually down, because I reverse the default settings.

I actually bought this wheel through Best Buy and I intended to buy their extended warranty thing for it, but I never got around to it. I kind of regret that, because I'd hate to see my $100 wheel stop working on me.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Wheel!!!
Let me start off by saying I have only had this wheel for two days. So as far as durability goes I'm not qualified to judge. However in the past two days I have had a hard time letting go of the thing. I play Formula One Sims, (i.e. EA's F1 2002). I had a wingman gp non force feedback. That was not an impressive wheel, esspecially for formula one games it was to light and twitcy, and if you know formula one, the car is already light a twitcy. This wheel rounded the whole package, has a great feel and impresive feedback. Amazing, praying I dont have issues with it like some on here have stated.

5-0 out of 5 stars Momo is the bomb!
Not sure what some of these people are talking about. I've had my Momo and pedals for about 3-4 months now. Need for Speed: Underground is incredible with it. Also, it is durable. I can tend to get a little (ahem!) upset when racing, and the Momo has taken all the punishment and stills plays like it's right out of the box.

Don't let the naysayers dissuade this wheel! ... Read more

23. Logitech 2.4 GHz Cordless Action Controller for PS1/2 with 30-ft Range
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0001VNNE8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 72
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Experience the freedom to play anywhere you want and eliminate cable clutter in your living room
  • Highly reliable 2.4 GHz radio-frequency technology delivers precise control with no lag and a range of 30 feet (10 meters)
  • Smaller, lighter, more comfortable, and more familiar than other controllers
  • Requires 2 AA batteries (included) to achieve 50+ hours of battery life with vibration on
  • Mini receiver plugs directly into console

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars VERY nice.
Sure, a little pricey, but worth it. I did some online review hunting and this seemed to be the one to get. Was a little tricky finding it through Amazon's search, not sure why. It's great. Feels nice, substantial but not heavy, buttons don't feel cheap or gimmicky. I'll never go with a cable laden controller again. Never drops out, connection solid. No problems. Battery life is pretty sweet too.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic!!
One thing I always hated about game consoles was the constant tripping over tangled wires. Wires intersecting each other, making a mess of things.

Enter the Logitech Cordless Action Controller!! This is without a doubt one of the best controllers I've ever used! The controllers is very well made. The feel of it is very natural in your hands, though slightly different than the original PS2 Dual Shock. There's a nice satin like finish that prevents alot of dirt from your hands from making the controller too slippery. There is literally no notciable lag or delay in the controller's operation. The controllers 2.4 ghz signal ensures that you won't miss any of the action. Every function of the original is reproduced faithfully. Installation is extremely simple. Plug the reciever into your PS2's controller port and simpley press the action button to get a signal. There is also a button on the reciever to make the connection if needed. The battery life (the controller takes two AA batterys) is approximatley 300 hours without the vibration mode and 50 hours with the vibration mode on. A small sacrifice to make for a great product such as this.

I really can't say enough good things about this product. It's great if you have small children in the house especially. No more worrying if they are going to trip and drag the console across the room. In fact this is such a great controller I'm considering buying a second!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best wireless controller EVER. Heck, best PS2 controller.
Buy this.

I guess I should elaborate since I do have 1000 words to work with, but the basic point is this controller is awesome. If you're like many people and wanted a wireless controller for your PS2 but were scared of the brick and a half sized previous Logitech controller, fear not. This is the smaller, cheaper, and better little brother of the monster wireless.

It's VERY comfortable. I'd almost say I enjoy it more than the original. While it's basically identical in size, I prefer the curves a bit more to the PS2's original harder angles. If you have some kind of silly infatuation with the Dual Shock though, it's not like you will be let down, it's a very small deviation from the standard.

And for the first time that I've experienced with a third party controller, this thing doesn't feel like plastic you'd find in most dollar-store products. It's sturdy, has weight, and the sticks and buttons feel awesome. Sticks are SLIGHTLY less rigid than the DS2, but they're more firm than the DS1 if that helps.

After 2 weeks my batteries with rumble are still working just fine, so it's not like after 10 hours this thing's asking for more juice.

Just buy this thing already, you shouldn't even be reading this far. It's the best wireless controller EVER. Yes, even better than the Wavebird since they didn't skimp on the two-way transmission - meaning this controller has rumble (don't buy Nintendo's BS about battery life, they just made it transmit one-way). Rumble is good, it passed the rez test.

D-pad is kinda disc shaped but strangely it works VERY well. If the original DS2 D-pad was 100, I'd give this in the 90s easily, which is about 50 points higher than any other 3rd party D-pad.

Like most of logitech's products, it's even licensed by Sony. But that's sony, they're followers, not leaders, though we never should've been without good wireless for this long. ... Read more

24. Logitech diNovo Cordless Desktop (967428-0403)
list price: $149.00
our price: $118.53
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Asin: B0002XGSS8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 4002
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25. Logitech Cordless Rumblepad 2 Vibration Feedback Gamepad (963326-0403)
list price: $39.99
our price: $27.97
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Asin: B0002XJBGE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 549
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26. Labtec WebCam Pro ( 961358-0403 )
list price: $29.99
our price: $22.16
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Asin: B0001OTBUK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Labtec
Sales Rank: 459
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  • Still image capture up to 1280 x 960
  • Video capture up to 640 x 480
  • Manual focus lens, snapshot button, LED
  • Up to 30 frames per second
  • Built-in microphone

27. Logitech Cordless MX Duo 967300-0403
list price: $99.95
our price: $56.31
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Asin: B000095ISG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 104
Average Customer Review: 4.15 out of 5 stars
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  • MX Optical Engine and Fast RF cordless technology deliver greater mouse accuracy and control on more surfaces than ever before
  • Comfortable, contoured mouse shape fits snugly in right hand
  • Ultra-flat, Zero-Degree Tilt keyboard design looks great and feels even better
  • Customizable keys and mouse buttons let you control multimedia and give you fast access to applications and commands
  • Compatible with Windows 98, NT 4.0, 2000, Me, and XP or Mac OS X

Reviews (66)

5-0 out of 5 stars Ease of use
The Logitech cordless keyboard and mouse are excellent! The keyboard has crisp button feel with multiple programable buttons to open your email server, your favorite web page, easily control your volume, a separate scroll wheel on the left and lots more. The keyboard is ultra slim as well, with a good wrist rest.

The mouse is the best part, though. I love the multiple buttons, and all of them are programmable with lots of choices. I programmed the wheel so when you press it down, it closes the program the mouse is on. Sweet! There are a couple of speed scroll buttons, so you don't keep turning the wheel. I've got the up button at the max, so I press it and the page scrolls to the top instantly.

I haven't tried the range out past a couple feet from the receiver, but my computer is in a hutch and the wood doesn't block the signal at all. I highly recommend this set. It has made a huge difference; no cables to move around, the optical never gets dirty, skips or suddenly stops the movement of the mouse. This set has worked flawlessly, no problems of slow response or hiccups. Enjoy it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Typical Logitech, but not without its flaws.
All of my Logitech products still work and I still use the optical mouse I reviewed here two years ago. My wife and got Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse combo to go with a media center PC I cobbled together to go with our 50" Panasonic plasma TV. Typical Logitech- everything works flawlessly right out of the box and they're kind enough to supply batteries for both the mouse and keyboard, (NiMH rechargables for the mouse and Duracells for the keyboard).

Basically, you get a recharging base for the mouse that also acts as a receiver for the RF signals. It's a little messy with the wires- power supply and USB+PS2 connectors that attach to the back of the computer. While I suspect signal range is a good 20 or 30 feet, it's doubtful that anyone has the vision to be that far away from their monitor, even a big one.

The keyboard has several controls designed to keep hunting for icons at a minimum- volume control, CD/DVD control buttons, plus ones for e-mail, instant messengers, and search engines, it'll even turn on your web cam, and a neat-o scroll wheel on the left side. On the downside, the keyboard feels cheap- it creaks and wobbles slightly because it doesn't sit flat. The feel of all the keys is first rate.

Another downside is the mouse- it works great and feels very solid, but it's heavy. Too heavy for gaming, making movements clunky. And unlike the Microsoft web mouse, the Back and Forth buttons that let you flip between web pages quickly are both mounted on the right side and somewhat what awkward to reach. The scroll wheel and everything else works just fine.

All in all, a well designed and functional duo, but flawed. I would have prefered more solid construction and a lighter, better designed mouse. Worth owning for sure, and its price is very reasonable.

2-0 out of 5 stars Nice stuff but poorly designed
I decided to get the MX duo after reading all the good reviews here because I was looking for a nice wireless combo but after a few weeks it's proven to be somewhat of a let down. Here's the lowdown:

* The keyboard has a decent feel to it, and the mouse has no noticeable lag.
* Rechargeable mouse battery
* Some of the shortcut keys on the keyboard are nice. The only ones I use are the volume control and mute which are very nice to have at your fingertips.

* All the other keyboard shortcuts which I never use. It makes the keyboard much bigger than I'd need. I hardly ever listen to CDs, the controls for which take the entire top center of the keyboard. Then theres a bunch of other garbage like search, shopping, favorites, webcam, etc which I've never touched.
* There is no indicator light on the keyboard for when you have caps / numlock on which is VERY annoying. There are, however, indicators on the recharger but it's way in the corner of my desk (they say it should be kept 3 feet from all other electronic devices). Any place I put it still makes it exceptionally aggravating to have to look over to see if I've accidently hit caps lock. Supposedly the software has some kind of indication that pops up on the screen, but I opted not to install the software because I didn't want all the stupid stuff they bundle with it. How hard is it just to keep the lights on the keyboard itself? If it aint broken...
* The battery life for the mouse seems to be about 4-5 days. But the worst part is, unlike mice with cord chargers, you can't use the mouse while it's charging because it's sitting the in base station. So you're SOL if your mouse dies while you're working. Keep your old one handy if you buy this set.
* I keep accidently hitting the "back" navigation button on the mouse which gets annoying too. It's big and right where your thumb can accidently press it.
* The mouse speed takes a while to get used to. Changing my mouse settings either makes it a little too fast or a little to slow.

I give this product 2 stars. It has its virtues, but overall I think Logitech tried to make it "too cool" without considering the design consequences. Save yourself some aggravation and pick up a different set.

4-0 out of 5 stars Cordless is good.
After having experienced countless occassions of lacking some (both keyboard and mouse) cordlength while working, I decided to shop around for a cordless set. My eventual decision was for this set; mostly because in the past I've used Logitech hardware before and was very pleased with it. Another reason for picking this one was just because it looked cool.

While being one of the more expensive sets on the market, I still am very pleased with the performance of the set as a whole. It does exactly what I expect, and offers great freedom of movement from both the keyboard and the mouse. While not testing the exact range in which the performance will be optimal, it allows me with more than enough flexibility to work (I'm a programmer, by the way).

Two minor annoyances I experienced so far: Batterypower for the mouse runs off rather fast. All left to do is either put the mouse on its docking bay, or replace the batteries. The second annoyance is a little weirder. Whenever scrolling down during surfing the web, the browser for some reason registers this as if the 'Back'-button was pressed. Updating the drivers has had no impact on this (yet).

To summarise, apart from 2 minor annoyances, this is definitely a very nice set.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best keyboard and mouse I have ever used.
I used to own the older mouse/keyboard set from logitech with the MX500, then I upgraded to this set.

The keyboard looks really nice, is not too heavy, and only requires 2 AA batteries, which still haven't run out. Each key seems to have its own switch, and the whole keyboard is designed so that an accidental spillage will not damage it. Although the software doesn't seem to work with Mozilla Firefox, the extra buttons are still very useful.

The mouse is the MX700, which is probably one of the best mice on the market. Although some people claim it's too heavy, I don't find this a problem. The extra 5 buttons are very useful, especially for games. Like the keyboard, the mouse software isn't too great though, however this really isn't a problem.

The dock for the mouse also acts as the tranceiver for both keyboard and mouse, and also includes all the keyboard lights (which obviously could not be put on a wireless keyboard). Charges last for around 3 days, and when your mouse is running out of power, a very obvious red light flashes on the top. The only real problem I've seen so far is that it can be a bit awkward to put the mouse into the dock so that it will charge. I think this could be related to build up of garbage on the contacts underneath the mouse.

It all works fine with Linux as well, no problems. 'imps2' mouse type if you were wondering. Overall, I would recommend this keyboard and mouse to anyone (although people with small hands may have a problem using it). It's worth every cent. ... Read more

28. Logitech Cordless Optical Trackman (USB/PS/2)
list price: $59.99
our price: $48.99
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Asin: B00006B9CR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 768
Average Customer Review: 3.66 out of 5 stars
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Logitech's cordless optical TrackMan lets you work where and how you want with the freedom of a cordless mouse, the comfort of a trackball, and the precision of optical technology. It's Logitech's most advanced trackball finger-operated trackball mouse. Save space and eliminate desktop clutter. Take advantage of extra buttons that help you navigate around Windows and the Web more easily. And with Logitech's patented optical technology, you get virtually maintenance-free precision and smooth tracking.

Logitech's patented Optical Marble technology ensures smooth cursor movement, while 27 MHz cordless digital radio technology gives you reliable cordless freedom. The product offers advanced navigation features in a form-fitting, right-handed design. Its special drag-lock functions let you move text and images with ease, while Cruise Control scrolling lets you scroll rapidly through Web pages and documents by merely pressing a button. With conveniently located thumb-operated forward and back buttons, you can easily move through applications and Web pages without having to move the cursor to the browser's onscreen buttons. Two AA batteries (included) keep you powered for six months or more. ... Read more


  • No cord, no clutter, no hassle: cordless freedom, optical precision
  • Comfortable, right-handed shape with a large, finger-controlled trackball
  • Advanced buttons for easy navigation, plus a scroll wheel
  • Smart power management keeps battery working for months
  • Digital radio technology requires no line-of-sight; patented optical technology maintains smooth tracking and superior precision

Reviews (29)

4-0 out of 5 stars Finger Layout???
I agree with a post just made recently. Here it is again:

That is, until you realize that Logitech's idea of finger layout:

Thumb: 3 side buttons
2. finger: Wheel
3. and 4. finger: Ball
5. finger: Right button

Thank you to the poster for confirming this for me. It took me quite a while to figure this out. I wish Logitech had posted this on their site somewhere. I've been trying to get used to the mouse in various configurations. Still I swap back and forth from this one and the Logitech Trackman Marble which has always been my favorite. With it you didn't need any arm support but the Optical Trackman I think requires it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Super Mouse
I love this mouse! Logitec has a real winner here. Our cat ate the tails off of both of our corded mice, but fortunately for me I'd already purchased one of these.

It was an easy plug, load and play device. It performs flawlessly. I've had it for six months and would never go back. I have another model logitec cordless track ball with a thumb operated , and smaller ball on a different computer. It's twitchier & easier to overshoot a target on the screen. The index finger actually has more dexterity than the thumb. Thumbs are good for clamps but not as good for manipulation.

This one is vastly superior. I just bought a second one for backup in case this one fails. I tried it left handed based on another review and while it did not fit the hand as well, it was still easy to use. The thumb still operates the same three primary buttons. The little finger still operates the same button. The only real difference is tha I found myself operating the track ball with the space between the first & second joints of my index finger, instead of the tip and you don't get the palm rest.

After about 6 months on AA alkaline batteries it still operates well at 6' to 7' distances. Farther away than I can really see the screen.

5-0 out of 5 stars State of the Art for the Trackball user
Being a confirmed trackball person this is probably as good as it can be for now. Operation is silky smooth, all buttons are fully
configurable and the hand comfort is excellent. Sometimes cordless
can be pesky, not so with this unit as everything is right on. I was never much for scrolling and some of the other things this unit can do, but am now just plain spoiled.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Mouse
I just received this Trackman and have been using it for about an hour. It is excellent. The ball is smooth, precise and responsive. I bought the Microsoft version first and returned it because the ball rolled like it was a studded snow tire.
The buttons will take some getting used to but it is worth it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Exquisite and powerful
The best wireless trackball you can buy, period. This mouse comes fully equipped with all of the bells and whistles that you'd expect from a modern mouse. The layout of the buttons is extremely comfortable and easy to use.

The only thing that could cause concern is the size. If you have small hands, you may want to reconsider. ... Read more

29. Logitech Trackman Wheel Optical (904353-0403)
list price: $34.99
our price: $25.99
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Asin: B00005NIMJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 443
Average Customer Review: 4.23 out of 5 stars
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Reliable optical technology combined with an innovative scroll wheel that acts as a third button sets Logitech's 904353-0403 Trackman Wheel Optical apart from ordinary trackball mice. Patented optical technology provides superior precision, reduced wear, and smooth motion, and eliminates the need for regular cleaning. The scroll wheel provides easy scrolling and the added convenience of an extra mouse button, enabling you to jump easily to your favorite Web sites. The ball is ideally positioned for thumb operation, and the comfortable shape of the mouse allows for strain-free extended use. Its smaller size also saves desk space, reduces hand and wrist movement, and plugs very easily into your system's USB or PS/2 port. Compatible with both Windows and Macintosh systems. ... Read more


  • Patented optical marble technology delivers superior precision, reduced wear and smooth tracking, even if the trackball gets dirty.
  • Precise thumb control
  • WebWheel provides convenient scrolling and fast, easy Internet access
  • Made with the quality of Logitech, the world's largest manufacturer of mice and trackballs
  • 5-year warranty

Reviews (30)

3-0 out of 5 stars Better than Logitech Optical Marble trackball, but..
Well, most reviewers of Logitech trackballs seem to be new trackball users.

I've used kensington's large ball trackballs, and orbit ( mechanical ) trackballs.
So, IMHO, I think my opinion can be more accurate than others.
Before reviewing this device, I'd like to state that trackballs are, unlike mice, should fit your hand. If not, a trackball which is very comfortable to one's hand, can be inconvenient to others' hands.
And I'm not biased to any companies.

Trackman wheel optical mouse is more comfortable than its optical marble trackball. The problem of the marble trackball is that it's too nannow, and the buttons are located higher position than it should be. Probably people with small hand, for example, kids, can be satisfied with the trackball, but to others, it may not be. I don't have big hands, but my thumbs located comfortably on the lower portion of the left button and far right side of the right button.

However, this trackball, trackman wheel optical, is different.
It's more comfortable.
However this also has some defects.
First, it's too much curved. To be comfortable, the curve should be lesser when it approaches to the end of fingers. it should be more rounded on the palm side and less on the finger portion. However it's too much curved on the finger portion.
Most comfortable one is just to put your hand relaxed. However this trackball doesn't allow it.

Second, the mouse control panel software is another problem.
It doesn't allow pressing two button at the same time.
For example, Kensington's one allows it. So, you can set left and right buttons as usual. And pressing two buttons can work as click-and-lock. However with Logitech's program, you can assign it only with left or right button.
So, you should give up one of the two buttons if you want to use
"click-and-lock" feature.
OK. You can use the scroll wheel as a thrid button, though.
However, it's not so convenient.

With trackballs, click-and-lock is very important, I think.
It's a little harder to click and move mouse cursor than you do
with mice. So, good "click-and-lock" feature is a must, IMHO.

And I doubt if the scroll wheel is convenient. As I said above, it's too rounded on the finger portion. So, scrolling is not so convenient.

Some people mentioned that Kensington's trackball doesn't have scroll whell.
However, you know, the trackball itself can work as a wheel, and it's more convenient. With kensington's software, the trackball itself can work as a scroll wheel very conveniently.

I've also read that the Kensington's Optical orbit is not so resistant to dirt.
So, I can't judge how convenient it is.
However its orbit mouse ( not optical ) is much better choice than any trackballs from the Logitech. ( I'm sorry. Logitech's mices are great, but their trackball is not so good as Kensington's. )

Well, problem with Kensingon is that their products are somewhat expensive, and is not as widely available as Logitech's. Most retail stores have Logitech's but not Kensington's.

I recommend this Logitech's trackball more than its marble trackbal.
And if you are more more hardcore user of a trackball, the Kensington's one will be yours.

5-0 out of 5 stars Logitech Makes the Best
This is my third Logitech trackball. The trackball it replaces is a Logitech Trackman that I bought in 1995. Nothing attached to my computer was anywhere close to that old.

I finally got tired of cleaning the ball on the old Trackman. My wife has both an Logitech marble trackball and a Logitech optical cordless mouse, and I wanted the best, too.

While each new Microsoft OS has had problems with the older version of Mouseware software, in my experience, Logitech is always the first to have updated drivers available shortly after release of new OS's.

After using the trackball for about 5 months, I'm still thrilled. Sure, the gunk from my oily, sticky, food-covered hands still builds up on the ball, but unlike mechanical mice and trackballs, it doesn't cause sticking and jumping of the cursor. The action was still smooth. I had not even noticed that it was getting harder to move the ball until I popped the ball out, and gave the contact points a quick cleaning.

So even with five months of built-up grime, it was still working just fine.

Now not everyone likes trackballs. I use a mouse at work, and it's probably better for me to be moving my whole arm. But at home my desk is too messy. There's no room to move a mouse, and even if I were able to, I'd hit my elbow on something else.

Not for one minute have I regretted buying this trackball.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great mouse
I've been using this mouse for a little over the last 3 years. It has worked well without any problems until recently. I think due to excessive use the left button is starting to fail.

I would like to add that I completely disagree svtman21 about this mouse (and trackballs in general) not being good for gaming. I've been gaming successfully with trackballs for the last 6 years and would never consider going back. I consider myself quite competitive in online games and have competed in CAL-O and CAL-I for SoF2 for just under 2 years.

I admit that at first I noticed a little bit of thumb fatigue with excessive gaming but that subsided after repeated use. I find that trackballs offer increased precision in online FPS games like Q3A (RA3), SoF2, BF:V, UT2Kx and others.

Trackballs certainly take sometime to get used to (a few months) but after that you will notice the enhanced control and precision a trackball provides.

This mouse also performs well at mundane usage such as programming, document and picture editing, etc. Not to mention it is so much easier on the wrist!

I highly recommend this mouse for general desktop use and gaming a like.

4-0 out of 5 stars At last... relief for CTS and Wrist Rest Syndrome!
I've been using the optical Trackman Wheel in it's many forms, from before the scroll button was popular! As a person who's constantly on the computer and one who has experienced a lot of wrist/arm pain from mouses, I swear by this trackball.

Unlike other trackball devices (which also gave me wrist pain), this one is controlled by your thumb. Although this takes a little bit of time in getting used to, it takes all the pressure off your wrist and your hand. It's perfectly form-fitting to your hand, so you can surf or work in comfort.

I have one at home and at work, and refuse to go back to using a mouse. It's also a great space-saver since you don't have to have all the room you'd need to operate a mouse. It never leaves its spot since you control it all with your thumb.

A worthwhile investment if you've been experiencing wrist pain at your computer.

5-0 out of 5 stars This mouse is the cat's meow!
Absolutely the most comfortable, ergonomic, and easy to use trackball available today. ... Read more

30. Logitech MX900 Bluetooth Cordless Optical Mouse 930970-0403
list price: $99.95
our price: $74.99
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Asin: B0000CEPDF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 1319
Average Customer Review: 3.86 out of 5 stars
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  • All you need to put your Bluetooth devices to work for you right now, right at your desktop.
  • Tremendous accuracy with the MX™ Optical Engine
  • Easily transfer pictures and files between your PC and your Bluetooth mobile devices.
  • Synchronize your Bluetooth PDA or cell phone with your PC.
  • Bluetooth® wireless hub is also a mouse recharging base to ensure that your mouse is always ready for work (or play).

Reviews (21)

3-0 out of 5 stars Not what I needed
Just a quick report on my experience with this mouse. I'll start off by mentioning that perhaps I had unrealistically high expectations...
First off I should mention that I already own it's sister mouse, the MX700, which I use with windows XP, using the standard generic drivers - i.e. I didn't install the Logitech drivers. It works great!

I recently got an iBook with built in Bluetooth. It seemed that the MX900 would be perfect - A great mouse, no wires, and also a bluetooth hub which I could plug into the winXP box and use for wireless internet between the two computers (Yes it CAN be done).

Well the MX900 connected to the iBook easily enough. I got the 4th & 5th buttons working with Expose, but the mouse doesn't move right. When plugged into Apple's bluetooth it develops really horrible acceleration, which make it a real pain to use :(

Anyway I though so long as I can get the wireless internet to work then I won't mind so much. After a lot of messing around I got a bluetooth network set up on the winXP desktop machine. After even more messing around I got as close as it seems possible to get to getting Bluetooth networks set up on OS-X. Basically OS-X doesn't really support them I found out :(

So I'm going to return the mouse. Hopefully I can swap it for a normal wifi router - I just won't have a cool mouse to go with it :(

Oh one weird thing I noticed - the build quality of the MX900 (bought in the US) isn't as good as my MX700 (bought in the UK). Bizzare seeing as they look essentially identical. The MX900 just feels cheaper, the buttons rattle etc.

However I should add that if you intend to use the mouse for a normal destop PC then it's still a great purchase, and probably the best mouse you can buy - I think the extra $40 (over the MX700) is worth it for the bluetooth - if you need it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Mouse, poor software
I got this mouse with the Logitech diNovo Media Desktop which came with the bluetooth hub and a keyboard and media pad. The only problem with the mouse is that the software that lets u assign keystrokes to the buttons on the mouse actually disables the middle mouse button (mmb). I use programs that require the mmb and was wondering why this didnt work until i shut down the program SetPoint from my system tray. Doing so will render the quick switch button inactive but i find it faster to switch programs by pointing and clicking then by pressing a button then pointing and clicking. Without the program all other buttons work as normal. I dont need to assign special tasks anyway.

Another point of interest is the battery life. I have the hub which recharges the mouse which is a must because if u dont keep it charging when not in use it will run out. U can check ur batteries by running the SetPoint software and it allows u to check batteries for the mouse as well as the keyboard and media pad if u have diNovo.

All in all, its a great device if you use bluetooth, but if u dont need or use bluetooth you are probably better off with a regular cordless.

4-0 out of 5 stars A great mouse for Bluetooth
I love this mouse. I use it with my laptop everyday. My Dell laptop has an internal bluetooth receiver thus making this small and easy to use. I have to charge the mouse on the hub once a week, however I really don't mind too much (I keep two extra dbl-A batteries in my laptop case). I do have to make sure to remove the batteries when I'm on the go (or the batteries will drain from detecting movement). This mouse is not suitable for left-handed people. I like the weight it has (not lightweight, but not too heavy). Its range is great (thats bluetooth for you).

One mistake I made once was that I tried to install the Logitech software in my WindowsXP (If you just use the bluetooth software that comes with your laptop, it will find the mouse just fine). The software disabled my internal bluetooth device in the laptop and I had to use the hub in order for the mouse to work (not acceptable - otherwise I would have purchased the mx700). It took me a while to figure out that it wasn't just the Logitech software I needed to uninstall, rather I needed to remove the bluetooth hub software as well (very misleading by Logitech).

I only rated this 4/5 stars due to the short battery life. Still, don't let that deter you if you don't mind working around that (I don't mind - I was well aware of it from reading posts on here).

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Performing Mouse! But practical?
I use this mouse with my Powerbook with built in bluetooth.

- Control- I have used this mouse for first person shooter video games, which requires that a mouse be very accurate and fast, this mouse is both. Supposedly there is a theoretical bottleneck in the refresh rate with bluetooth mice vs. USB mice and Logitech's own RF mouse (mx700), but I did not notice it in my use, so its doubtful that in ordinary, everyday use that anyone can tell the difference between this mouse and other quality corded mice.
- Ease of use- The mouse took less than 10 seconds for bluetooth to recognize the mouse and configure it. The mouse is literally plug and play, without the plug. Of course I am using my built in bluetooth, the mouse also comes with a hub that will require some installation of software that comes with package if you don't have built in bluetooth.
- Comfort- like the other reviews say, this is definitely a right handed mouse and its probably the most comfortable mouse I have owned. Beware if you are left handed though. The mouse is also heavy due to the batteries, but less than an hour later my hand adapted and I use this mouse as naturally as any other mouse.

- Battery Life- really battery life is not an issue if you remember to always put your mouse in the cradle when you are not using it. It does become an issue, however, if you plan on using the mouse for extended time periods without charging or if you forget to charge your mouse. Nothing is worse than rushing to finish a document and suddenly have your mouse run out of batteries. Does it defeat the purpose of a cordless mouse if you have to keep a normal mouse close by as a backup? But as I said, if you use this mouse for a few hours at a time and always remember to place back in the hub, you'll be all right.
- Bluetooth hub- For me personally, I wish they would sell this mouse without the Bluetooth hub, because I don't need it. But maybe you don't need it either. What is the use of buying a "cordless mouse" when you need a hub that is connected to a cord anyways? If you are buying this mouse as a way to save room on your desk, keep in mind that you will need to connect the hub to your computer if you don't have bulit in bluetooth. This not only adds a cable going from your computer to the hub, but also adds a cable going to the electric outlet so you can use the hub to charge the mouse. So by buying a 'cordless" mouse, you've actually added an extra cord and a hub that takes up space. The hub is nice, however, if you already have some other bluetooth enable devices such as a phone or PDA that you have not been able to take advantage of because you don't have Bluetooth on your computer.
- Laptop practicality- see above if you don't have bluetooth built in. Its even worse for a laptop to lug around a hub. But if you do have laptop with built in bluetooth and you want to use this mouse for portability purposes there are also some things you must be aware of. First off the mouse does lessen your battery life a bit by way of the bluetooth connection. Secondly there is no OFF button on the mouse (it instead turns off by sensing inactivity), so to be able to travel with it, you must take the batteries out and then put them back in when you take it out of your bag.
- Price- This is by far the most money I've ever spent on a mouse. If you MUST have a cordless mouse and you don't care about bluetooth for your other peripherals, then consider the MX700 for almost half the price. The MX700 also comes with a hub, but it isn't bluetooth (and therefore has less range and much less connectivity options that bluetooth offers). If you can live with the decreased battery life and taking the batteries in and out, this mouse does become worth the price for a travel mouse. It is also great for Powerpoint presentations, hook up the laptop to a projector and you can sit anywhere in the room and still use your mouse to point and control the presentation, unless the room is huge like an auditorium and you are on the other side.

Conclusion- This mouse leaves nothing to be desired as far as performance and comfort go. Ease of installation is another plus to this great product. However, before you purchase this product, ask yourself is this mouse practical for you? Do you really need a bluetooth hub? Is it really worth the price to you for the bluetooth wireless mouse vs the rf wireless mouse or even a corded mouse? If your answer is yes to these questions, then I highly recommend the MX900 mouse to you.

5-0 out of 5 stars My first Bluetooth Mouse
Having just purchased a new notebook (Sager 8790) with internal bluetooth, I was anxious to test it out and see how it worked. I was initially a bit apprehensive over it, thinking that it might stutter in movement or be slow to react, but the thought of one less cord attached to my notebook compelled me to try.

I chose the MX 500 because I'd heard a bad review from someone regarding the MS Bluetooth Intellimouse. However, I was reluctant to go with the Logitech mouse as I've been using MS Optical Intellimouses (Intellimice?) exclusively since they first came out.

Upon installing the Billionton drivers, it was a snap to have my notebook recognize the MX 500. It works fantastic. I love it. In fact, I'm looking to buy a 2nd Bluetooth mouse now so I can be wireless at work, too. I'm so sold on this that it drives me crazy to use the wired MS Optical mouse at work.

The only downside is that if you're a heavy computer user, you have to be mindful to put the mouse on the charger before going to sleep. Otherwise, you're going to have a dead mouse eventually (voice of experience). I haven't tried to set up the extra buttons above and below the scroll wheel. I can't say whether they work well or not. Convenient for those that need/want the extra options, but I'm happy enough w/ the basics (L, R, scroll, Forward, Backward).

I'm more than impressed with this mouse and wouldn't hesitate to suggest it to anyone. I was leery at first, but am very happy I took the chance because it's fantastic being wireless with such a responsive mouse. ... Read more

31. Logitech 966167-0403 Cordless Presenter
list price: $199.95
our price: $162.99
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Asin: B000066SA5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 5821
Average Customer Review: 4.43 out of 5 stars
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The Logitech cordless presenter gives you complete remote control of your onscreen presentation from just about anywhere in the room (up to more than 30 feet from your PC). Gone are the days when you had to remain practically chained to your computer or give hand signals to a partner when you're ready to change slides. The presenter also doubles as a laser pointer and even as a two-button optical mouse, with no need for a mouse pad, no ball, and no sticking.

Employing Bluetooth wireless technology, the presenter doesn't need line of sight with your PC. It's compatible with most presentation applications and comes with Logitech's MouseWare software, which gives you a variety of configurations for customizing your mouse buttons. The device runs on two AA batteries (included); a power-saving switch and smart power management maximize battery power. Logitech covers the cordless presenter with a five-year warranty. System requirements are: Windows 98, Me, 2000, or XP; an available USB port; and a CD-ROM drive. ... Read more


  • Bluetooth wireless technology for reliable range of 30-plus feet
  • Built-in laser pointer lets you highlight specific points
  • Optical mouse capability (with 2-button clicking)
  • No line of sight required (uses Bluetooth wireless technology)
  • Carrying case and 2 AA batteries included

Reviews (7)

3-0 out of 5 stars You need "something" to get it work for your Mac.
I read the recent review from PowerBook G4 user and got confidence about the compatibility of this product. Now, I can't use the right button for backwarding a slide in my powerpoint presentation. Tried to install OS 9 MouseWare software came along with the product. It didn't work. I contacted technical support of Logitech, but they just simply said that this product is not compatible with Machintosh computer. Then, why they put that OS version MouseWare in their CD? Going back to the review that I read, what that user downloaded from the internet and could get it work? Did the right button work properly? You may want to check the review from Chile to see what I mean.

Even though with this partial functionality, this device is really must-have item for anyone who wants to present in speedy and smooth way. That is why I am still trying to find any way to make it fully functional.

5-0 out of 5 stars Top of the line product!!!
I own a Apple powerbook G4 12 inches screen and I didn't have to install any additional software, just download some from the internet and it worked flawlesly every time I used it. Leaves the presenter with freedom to move across the room with no need to ask someone to change the slide (at last). The laser works very well, it is located in such a place that you don't have to look at the device to find it...good thinking.
I recomend this device to anyone who makes presentations is jaw-dropping to the audience, leaves them wondering how do you change the slides...jajaja.
Top of the line...good thinkig Logitech

5-0 out of 5 stars An Amaz-ing product!
I read a whole bunch of rather positive reviews both at Amazon and online, but I have to say that I am even more amazed at how this product performs. First of all it requirs "zero" installation. I have tried it on 4 diffrent systems, from notebooks to desktops and it install and runs with no problem and no effort whatsoever on all of them. Plug it in, press the buttons on the USB controller and the mouse, wait 5 seconds and you are up and running. And once the Bluetooth connection is made, it is never interrupted! I use in class at USC where I teach computer science and it has changed the way I can teach the class. I wished I had found it before. I also use it for business presentations and again it has performed flawlessly all the time.

Highly recommended!

5-0 out of 5 stars The cordless presenter is a very nice product
I've just received my cordless presenter from Amazon, and it seems like a great product. I've got a laptop with Windows 2000, and when I plugged the Bluetooth receiver in the USB port it immediately recognized the new hardware and installed a driver without rebooting. I then turned on the presenter and voila: it worked perfectly. Even several combinations of sleeping my laptop, unplugging the Bluetooth receiver and turning the presenter on and off couldn't fool the hardware: it always worked when it should. That is a minor miracle for Windows, and should not be undervalued. I never had to install the Logitech software, which I view as a good thing.

In terms of the presenter itself, I think the feel of it is pretty good. The laser trigger on the underside is never shown in product pictures, so that was the big unknown in buying it. The trigger is fairly flat, but it is very pressure sensitive. I had hoped for a more substantial resistance, but I don't seem to be setting if off unintentionally. It falls right under my middle finger, with my index finger supporting the front of the presenter so that the trigger is not accidentally depressed.

The laser quality seems good enough, but it is not as good as the laser pointer I have already. The beam is more focused (good), but the intensity is less (bad). I don't think I'll have trouble with it.

When used as an optical mouse, the action is very good. My only complaint in this regard is that it is slightly heavier than I'd like.

All in all, I think this is a very nice device for people that have to make presentations frequently, and worth the money.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good idea. Not perfect- but the best thing out there.
- Everything is in 1 package - laser pointer, mouse, powerpoint controller. For road warriors this is important.
- Wireless.
- Battery life is excellent.

- Mouse driver seems to forget to load unless you login to your computer with the wireless USB dongle plugged in already.
- Mouse is difficult to wield in the hand. It doesn't seem to glide on the table smoothly.
- Would have prefered a shorter, wider mouse rather than a long thin one. Long thin form makes it difficult to use as a table top mouse.
- Pricey. ... Read more

32. Logitech 2.4 GHz Cordless Presenter
list price: $99.99
our price: $53.99
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Asin: B0007KVK8E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 3601
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Product Description


Timing is everything. Keep your audience engaged with our new 2.4 GHz Cordless Presenter™, featuring an LCD timer with built-in vibration alerts to help keep your presentations on time.

The Logitech® Cordless 2.4 GHz Presenter™ helps you focus on connecting with your audience, not your computer. Take advantage of its 50-foot range to control your presentations while moving around an auditorium with confidence. A built-in LCD timer with vibration alerts at five and two minutes helps you effectively manage your time.

No software is requiredjust plug it in and it works. The built-in controls for Launch Slideshow, Slide Forward, Slide Back, Black Screen and Volume put the most-needed presentation tools in the palm of your hand. Theres even an integrated laser pointer to help you emphasize your key messages.

... Read more


  • Long battery life
  • Launches slide show and allows escape.
  • has volume control and integrated laser.
  • Works with any PC, no software required.
  • 50 foot range.

33. Logitech MX 510 Performance Optical Mouse - Blue
list price: $49.95
our price: $36.99
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Asin: B00020E4QO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 260
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • Enjoy ultra-precise, ultra-smooth operation thanks to the improved MX Optical Engine
  • Zip back and forth between open documents with the handy Quick Switch button
  • Use convenient buttons to navigate forward and back in your web browser
  • Control tracking, speed, and button programming with Logitech's gaming-tuned MouseWare software
  • Compatible with Windows 95, 98, NT 4.0, 2000, Me, XP; Macintosh OS X

Reviews (2)

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5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic mouse!
I can't believe no one else has reviewed this mouse yet! I purchased the blue mouse, because well, blue is my favorite color. The MX 510 is fantastic- I love the placement of the buttons, and the auto-scroll buttons are especially handy in those situations where you have a very long document and the wheel button is too annoying to use.

The paint job on this mouse is amazing- overall, the mouse is surprisingly large, but it's comfortable and fits my hand well. Great buy! ... Read more

34. Logitech x-230 2.1 2-Piece Dual Drive Speakers with Ported Subwoofer
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0002SQ0A4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 976
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  • 2.1-channel speaker system with ported subwoofer designed for PC connection
  • Delivers clean, consistent sound for music, games, and more
  • FDD2 satellite technology produces uniform sound field
  • Dynamic, real-time bass equalization maximizes bass response and minimizes distortion
  • 32 watts total power (6 watts x 2, plus 20-watt subwoofer)

35. Logitech 967427-0403 Cordless Desktop LX 300
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Asin: B0002MRN4W
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Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 1627
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  • Ultra-flat profile with Zero-Degree Tilt
  • Higher standard of comfort and style
  • One-touch keyboard controls
  • Easy two-handed navigation
  • Secure, reliable cordless technology

36. Logitech QuickCam Communicate STX -- Power Boost your Video
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B0007NIJBC
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Manufacturer: Logitech
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37. Logitech BuddyCam 2-Pack ( 961375-0403 )
list price: $79.95
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Asin: B0002FHEU2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 353
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  • Works with popular IMs: AOL Instant Messenger, AIM®, MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, Windows Messenger
  • Capture sound with the built-in microphone
  • E-mail videos and photos easily
  • Broadcast live video, email video and photos, and create web albums
  • Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, Me, XP

38. Logitech Cordless Comfort Duo Black (967230-0403)
list price: $99.99
our price: $76.01
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Asin: B00006L4FY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 2086
Average Customer Review: 4.14 out of 5 stars
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The Logitech Cordless Comfort Duo combines the exceptional comfort of a split-key keyboard layout with the high-performance cordless MouseMan optical mouse. This combination fits where you want it without compromising performance, precision, or power. The keyboard's design lets your hands and wrists rest in a natural position while offering one-touch access to your files, applications, e-mail, and the Web.

The mouse moves easily on almost any surface, with no ball or moving parts to clean or fuss with. It also offers twice the speed and twice the accuracy of standard optical mice. Scrolling is easier with its convenient scroll wheel, and included software lets you customize four mouse buttons and many keyboard features. The keyboard lets you control audio and video and access your favorite Web sites, directories, and applications right from its one-touch hot keys.

System requirements: an IBM-compatible or Macintosh system running Windows 98, 2000, Me, NT 4.0, or XP, or Mac OS X; an available USB or PS/2 keyboard port and PS/2 mouse port; and a CD-ROM drive. Internet and e-mail function require an Internet account and Netscape Navigator 4.0 or later, Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 or later, or America Online 4.0 or later. A sound card and speakers are optimal for taking advantage of multimedia control. ... Read more


  • Comfortable split-key cordless keyboard with cordless optical mouse
  • Customizable, keyboard-based access to any application, including email and multimedia
  • Comfortable, contoured mouse that fits snugly in your right hand
  • Powerful optical sensor for twice the speed and twice the accuracy of standard optical mice
  • Windows and Macintosh compatible

Reviews (21)

2-0 out of 5 stars It's okay, but...
...there are some big probs. I really like the cordless feature. Yet after using the keyboard and mouse for several months, I just can't get accustomed to the problems. I've given up and switched back to my old MS Natural.

1. As mentioned elsewhere, the home-end-page up-page down layout is VERY awkward.
2. The layout of the remaining buttons is also very weird. I still find myself hitting buttons that I don't mean to hit.
3. MOST IMPORTANT ISSUE: The mouse is a major battery drain. I use my computer heavily and have had to change the batteries (2xAA) every 3-4 weeks. It appears the mouse doesn't have a true "stand-by" mode: the optical scanner seemed to be blinking all the time, even when I hadn't been using the mouse for several hours.

If it weren't for the battery-drain problem, I think I would have tried to stick it out, because I really do like the cordless feature. And I really like the keyboard's solid feel. But I'm tired of having to replace the batteries, and I still haven't gotten used to the home-end button layout. I don't recommend this keyboard, but if you're willing to shell out for batteries maybe you'll like it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for Mac OS X; heavenly device!
I was wary of this package after reading the bad reviews by recent customers here, especially the comments about the awkward key layout. I went ahead because I use a keyboard 8 hours a day or more, practically every day of my life, and I want comfort, wirelessness, and the kind of functionality Mac users usually demand.

The page-up/down keys are unusually placed, but anyone who spends time with the board will get muscular memory going in a short time. I hit those keys without looking any time I choose. It took a day to master without misses.

This keyboard is better than any other I have ever used - full sized, compact, corded or cordless, adb or USB, - I've used them all. This one has the wrap-around key layout that keeps my wrists straight, and a wrist rest that absolutely prevents forearm fatigue I usually get after an hour or so of keyboarding. The key action is wonderful, providing the resilient resistance that makes touch-typing easy and error-less.

The mouse was a wash; it's in the trash, but I didn't buy a mouse; I bought a keyboard. I still use my Kensington wireless, which has superior tracking and accelleration. It's been over a month on the original batteries that came with with the keyboard, two AA's, which makes it dirt cheap to keep in power. Battery consumption is low. The board is a little narrower than some other ergonomic boards, which means it will fit on my lap regardless of which chair I use, wide or narrow.

All in all, this is one of the better purchases I've ever made, and I recommend this keyboard to anyone with high expectations for computer hardware. This is a professional level board, possibly the best there is.

5-0 out of 5 stars owesome product!!!
I highly recomemd this product.As fare as I'm concern is best deal for the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars No flaws comfort. What these devices SHOULD be.
I'd been wanting to get an ergonomic keyboard for some time, as I type an awful lot and I thought I'd give it a try. I found this Logitech combo (Logitech's a name I've used and found dependable) that was cordless to boot, and perfectly competitive price-wise with wired devices from other makers. I couldn't be happier. I can't believe I waited so long to go ergo, and to go cordless for that matter (well, cordless headphones still suck). This combo has worked flawlessly for me. The software is just perfect, letting me adapt all buttons on mouse and keyboard to my needs--on a Mac no less, the last, and only, bastion of one-button mouse design. I tested the keyboard to see how well I could send commands from a distance. I was amazed to find that not only did it work wihout a hitch at 6 feet or more, but also even facing in the opposite direction against a wall. I think these products prove beyond a doubt that cordless input devices have finally made it--prove to me at least for sure. Highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product, software needs updating
I ordered this keyboard to replace my Adesso, which became obsolete when I bought my new G5; and it is indeed terrific: however, the software that comes with it was terrible; I thought I was going to have to send it back, because the characters were all wrong, until I thought to go to the Logitech website and download a new driver. That one worked, and my keyboard and mouse both are great, atlhough without the wonderful ergonomic touch of the Adesso. Thanks to all those who gave this product reviews, it really helped me make the decision. ... Read more

39. Logitech QuickCam Messenger WebCam ( 961237-0403 )
list price: $49.95
our price: $40.33
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Asin: B00006OLCT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 178
Average Customer Review: 2.98 out of 5 stars
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  • 640 x 480 video and 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

Reviews (41)

3-0 out of 5 stars one more time, my 3rd logitech webcam
I got my 3rd logitech yesterday, now I have 2 messenger and 1 4000 pro, add to my previous review (basically stated this is a ok product and CMOS is not as good as CCD sensor in webcam), once more thing today:

Not each quick cam messenger are being created equal, the one I just got (included in Logitech Trio package) has a much more sensitive microphone than the one I purchased seperately before. Now I understand why some people are complaining the quickcam messenger's integrated mic is useless. This new quickcam messenger I got has a constant booming sound unless the room is super quite. But I can do little things for the noisy desktop computer and that noise alone make the integrated microphone useless. If I use it with my notebook, it seems work fine (much less booming noise).

My other quickcam messenger's integrated mic seems much toralent to the noise and works fine in either condition. So, should I say: GOOD LUCK!! :)

4-0 out of 5 stars Best quality for the money
I've used it for about 30 days now and am very happy, it works great and the quality is better than most of my video chat friends. MSN messenger is of much better quality than Yahoo, but that's Yahoo's fault not the webcam. I like it so much that My kids got one for their PC and they are also very pleased with it. I have never had a lock up nor had to reboot while using it. I'm using it on Win ME & Win XP, the install was easy and flawless, but am not sure how it would work on older operating systems like Win 98. The software that comes with it is easy to use and with enough options for the average user. All in all I'm more than satisfied with the Quick Cam.

1-0 out of 5 stars Nice paperweight!
Piece of junk, picture is grainy and pixelated, 640x480 yeah maybe through interpolation, it can't be optical. You'd better be within 3 feet of this thing with excellent lighting to get a ok picture. Get about 6 feet away with a window behind you, and you won't even recognize yourself. Bought it 'cause it was a logitech, and had 640x480 res, I have a no name brand 352x288 that looks twice as good. If you want to use it for chatting, crank your monitor up to sunburn and sit real close, twist the focus around a little and it'll work for you. But if you want to do more than just chatting, buy something else.

1-0 out of 5 stars Logitech Customer Support says buy another brand!
Got this camera yesterday from Amazon, installed drivers from logitech website to avoid the spyware on the CD. Camera worked, but my McAfee Antivirus crashed. Called Logitech support, after holding for 15 min. (Toll number), was told by the person - "well if it crashes then you have to choose between the antivirus and the camera!" when I asked if that is the only solution he could offer, he says, "You can return the camera and buy some other brand, thank you for calling logitech" When I asked to speak to a supervisor, he puts me on hold, then comes back and says supervisor is also saying the same thing.

Sent an email to support hoping I will get better support, got a reply with a link. On clicking on the link, I get "Internal Error. Please try again later." I think there is an internal error in the company itself that they should fix first!!!

As for the camera quality, it is as bad as the quickcam express that I put in trash. Image does not focus and is grainy.

I would like to speak to the guys who gave 5* to this product.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not comfortable with it
I have been used this product before, the quality is okay, not very impressive though.
Now i am using other cameras like IP Camera. I am lucy to find out that some of the IP Camera like IP Camera 8000 can act as webcam, and can be placed anywhere in my house and be viewed anywhere in the world. That's too convenience for me because i did not have to hook camera to my computer anymore.
Also imagine you can view how are your babies doing in their bedroom or in the dinning room from outside like your office. And the price of IP Camera is under $100. Just forget webcam, ... ... Read more

40. Logitech Z-3e Premium 3-Piece Computer Speaker System (Black)
list price: $79.99
our price: $76.99
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Asin: B0001WNKBI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 4519
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  • 3-piece speaker system with 2 satellite speakers and pressure-driver subwoofer
  • 2-inch aluminum phase-plug satellites offer clear, rich audio
  • Patented subwoofer technology delivers distortion-free bass
  • Removable brushed aluminum grilles; color-coded audio cables
  • 40 watts total RMS power (8.5 watts x 2, plus 23-watt subwoofer)

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