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41. Logitech 961325-1403 Quickcam
$34.54 $26.79 list($45.99)
42. Logitech Cordless Optical Mouse
$22.74 list($29.99)
43. Logitech Rumblepad 2 Vibration
$1,340.99 list()
44. Logitech 965127-0000 Logitech
$15.99 $15.59 list($19.99)
45. Logitech USB Mic for Karaoke Games,
$25.99 list($49.99)
46. Logitech Cordless Optical Wheel
$36.50 $19.00 list($49.99)
47. Logitech Wingman Force 3D (963223-0403)
$29.47 $25.15 list($39.99)
48. Logitech Keyboard Elite Black
$34.99 $31.87 list($39.95)
49. Logitech MX500 Optical Mouse (930763-0403)
$53.94
50. Logitech 961400-0403 Quickcam
$21.95 $14.99 list($34.99)
51. Logitech Extreme 3D Pro Joystick
$19.99 $15.45 list($29.99)
52. Logitech Optical Marble Mouse
$159.98 list($139.99)
53. Logitech TrackMan Live! Remote
$33.99 list($34.99)
54. Logitech 961404-0403 Quickcam
$36.84 list($39.99)
55. Logitech Cordless Desktop - Black
$34.99 list($39.95)
56. Logitech 931151-0403 Cordless
$54.94 $52.09 list()
57. Logitech X-530 70-Watt 5.1 Surround
$22.99 $18.99 list($29.95)
58. Logitech 931073-0403 Optical Notebook
$104.99 $89.98 list($199.99)
59. Logitech io Personal Digital Pen
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60. Logitech ClickSmart 820 DualCam

41. Logitech 961325-1403 Quickcam Zoom

our price: $67.99
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Asin: B0002L545S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 3549
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Product Description

Automatic Face-TrackingDigital ZoomMacMicrophonePCUSB

Bring your instant messages-and your drab desktop-to life with the stunning silver QuickCam Zoom. With just one click, you can add live video to your instant messages and share a smile with anyone, anywhere in the world. Thanks to the digital zoom and the automatic face-tracking technology, you can capture your special moments with more clarity and ease. You can also conduct video calls and conferences and say what's on your mind with live audio using the built-in microphone. With the QuickCam Zoom, it's never been easier to zoom in and get closer!

Features:

  • Add live video to your favorite instant messenger: MSN® Messenger, AOL® Instant Messenger™ (AIM®), Yahoo!® Messenger, and Windows® Messenger
  • Let the automatic face-tracking technology follow your every move
  • Enjoy true 640 x 480 resolution
  • Turn on automatic zoom
  • Capture sound with the built-in microphone
  • Works with PC and Mac OS® X
  • Compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1
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42. Logitech Cordless Optical Mouse for Notebooks - Silver ( 931006-0403 )
list price: $45.99
our price: $34.54
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Asin: B0000C8Y55
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 137
Average Customer Review: 4.26 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Compact and portable - perfect for travel
  • Convenience: Enjoy smooth operation thanks to the advanced optical sensor that doesn't require a mouse pad
  • No cords, so no hassle
  • Freedom: Logitech's Fast RF technology means cordless without compromise

Reviews (34)

5-0 out of 5 stars The perfect mouse for your laptop! No annoying cable, A++!
Got this mouse from Amazon today, it's perfect for my laptop or anyone's laptop! Installed flawlessy on an older laptop, as with every Logitech mouse I've purchased, never had to use the installation CD.

Installation for this mouse couldn't be easier: take out of package, plug small receiver into USB slot, press connect button, load 2 batteries into mouse, press connect button, and it works instantly! It even comes with a neoprene case for the mouse and receiver when you're travelling. Great form-factor, scroll works well, attractive medium silver mouse, and no annoying cable! Haven't had "difficult to click" problems like other reviewers...no problems. What more could you want? It costs $40 + tax in the store, here on Amazon, it's $30, free ship, a must have. My previous mouse was optical but not cordless....moving a laptop around the house is very annoying when you have a long mouse cable meant for a desktop computer, now mousing is effortless.....definitely buy this mouse....Logitech is a brand you can trust!!

5-0 out of 5 stars An Amazingly Handy Accessory!
I just had to write a review to say how much I love this mouse! It fits well in my hand and the buttons and wheel have a comfortable feel to them. It can be used with either hand, so you don't need to get seperate ones for righties and lefties. The optical sensor makes it easier to use for me than a traditional mouse - I tend to sit on the floor or sofa a lot while I work and it can actually be pretty far away from the sensor and still work fine. (I even worked with my arm draped over the back of the couch just to see if it would work that way, and it did - comfy!)

It has a good little zippered carrying case with it.

In my case I didn't even have to install the software for its drivers. I just plugged it into my gateway notebook and it worked immediately.

The only thing I can think of that would potentially improve this product is if it went into sleep mode if it wasn't used for several minutes to conserve the batteries, but I like it despite the fact that I have to remember to turn it off. So far, battery life seems to be pretty good.

I would recommend this product without reservation.

5-0 out of 5 stars Logitech you've done it again!
This mouse is a great laptop mouse. Before this i got a targus mouse which had a few technical difficulties so i got this mouse. This mouse is small, easy to install, and it is a plud in and play mouse...unlike other mice when you hafta restart the computer. This is the best wireless mouse for the best price

4-0 out of 5 stars Best mouse I've ever owned.
(Revision: after a while, a mechanical problem developed when I didn't fully lift my finger off a mouse click and it thought the click was complete. This lead to many misclicks, inappropriate double-clicks, and other problems. Still a great mouse... you can't avoid problems in one out of a million mice).

This mouse is by far the best accessory I have for my laptop. There are a lot of reviews citing the USB connector as too stiff or sticking out too much, but let me tell you: it is better than the bulky connectors other manufacturers make. Here are my other comments, in list form:

1. The mouse is stylish and solid. With the batteries in it is a nice weight and doesn't feel flimsy.

2. Battery life. I use two rechargeable AA batteries that I have not charged since I bought the mouse about a month ago. The on/off switch on the bottom is a great feature. I had to get used to the concept of turning my mouse off when I wasn't using it, but once I did I realized I was saving battery life with little effort.

3. The cordless receiver and the mouse fit great into the included carrying case; one of the best features of this mouse for people on the run.

4. The range is great. Once you go to a cordless mouse, especially this one, you will never go back to one with a cord.

5. Setup was a snap. I never touched any drivers on any computer. After less than a minute of detection in Windows XP it worked without a hitch. When I connected it to my PowerMac with Mac OS X, it worked within seconds. Truly seamless.

6. Great laptop accessory. I bought a desktop replacement (17" screen) laptop computer because I needed performance, processor power, and graphics precision. It is hard to do graphics with the included touch pad, but as soon as I plug in this mouse, I have an instant mobile desktop. It enhances mobile performance with a smile.

In summary, I haven't bought any other cordless mice to compare because I don't need to. If you get this mouse, you won't regret it.

5-0 out of 5 stars No Regrets, Excellent Cordless Mouse!
Great accessory to have for laptop users. I have used this mouse with my laptop for approximately 3 weeks now. I chose a wireless laptop mouse because it means that there is one less cord in the way.

Pro's:
1. Logitech is a name that you can trust. I expect no manufacturing defects or problems. It feels like a quality product.
2. Works on a number of surfaces.
3. Great battery power. This mouse is not a power hog. The on and off switch, located on the bottom of the mouse is a great feature. I have yet to change the batteries out yet.
4. Excellent wireless performance. I have had no issues with the mouse not performing because it is wireless. Unless you expect to use your laptop from more than 3 feet away (which pretty much means you wont be able to see the text on the monitor), you shouldnt have any problems.
5. Convenient travel pouch where you can store the USB receiver and the mouse.
6. Perfect size - the mouse is not too small, and not too big. Instead of being awkward and taking time to get used to, a person can use it right away.

Con's:
1. USB dongle sticks out a bit more than I expected. My USB ports are on the back of my laptop and when the USB receiver for the mouse is plugged in, it sticks out approximately 2.25 inches.
2. As mentioned in other reviews, the feel of this mouse is a bit stiff. I use my mouse in a classroom setting and everytime I click, the whole classroom can hear it.
3. The mouse is pretty heavy with the batteries loaded in it, but you cant really cite that as a fault. The mouse does need power to run. I just put it here to let you know.

Conclusion: Excellent mouse that performs as promised. I have no regrets with this purchase and would definately recommmend to others. ... Read more


43. Logitech Rumblepad 2 Vibration Feedback Gamepad (963325-0403)
list price: $29.99
our price: $22.74
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Asin: B0002XJBG4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 527
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Features

  • Dual vibration feedback motors
  • Specially textured rubber gives you a solid grip
  • 10 programmable action buttons, plus Mode and Vibration selectors and 8-way D-pad
  • Two analog sticks give you a performance edge with smooth 360-degree control
  • Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, Me, or XP; Mac OS 9 or Mac OS 10.x or higher

44. Logitech 965127-0000 Logitech IO2 Cmrcl Pen 10PK

our price: $1,340.99
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Asin: B0006FS22W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 59867
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Product Description

Logitech Inc (965127-0000) Logitech io2 Cmrcl pen 10pk ... Read more


45. Logitech USB Mic for Karaoke Games, Sony PS2
list price: $19.99
our price: $15.99
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Asin: B0001H9L3O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 178
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Make like Sammy Davis or Sammy Hagar with the Logitech karaoke microphone. Compatible with Sony PlayStation2 karaoke games, such as Karaoke Revolution by Konami, the USB mic amplifies all your favorite songs while you sing along. The device includes a 15-foot cable, long enough to let you strut your stuff before passing it to a friend, and its durable construction ensures it will last through everything from Simon & Garfunkel ballads to AC/DC shriekfests. Unlike many karaoke mics, this unit accurately reproduces sound, so your voice doesn't sound tinny or remote. The mic hooks up to your PlayStation2 through its USB port. ... Read more

Features

  • USB microphone for use with PlayStation2 karaoke games
  • Durable construction ensures long-lasting use
  • Designed to accurately reproduce singing voice
  • Includes lengthy 15-foot cable
  • Compatible with Konami's

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Worth Every Penny
    If you like Karaoke Revolution 1 or 2, don't stop to think -- just buy this mic. I absolutely promise you will see your scores soar!

    I got mine a month before Karaoke Revolution 2 came out and I was very tired of having to hold the headset mic to my mouth to get it to register. I have a small head, so the size was correct, the prepackaged mic just wasn't good enough for music. I was so tired of singing the correct notes, yet seeing the indicator fly around the screen because of the poor mic. The handheld mic totally fixed this. From what I understand, this was very typical behavior as well. Also, my husband is 6'6 and he couldn't even begin have the headset mic anywhere near his ear and still have the mic near his mouth.

    This handheld mic solves all those problems. Not only that, you get to look more like the characters in the game. Then you can give the mic that came with Karaoke Revolution 1 to some kids and let them use it for part of a Halloween costume! They'll think it's a great role-playing toy! ... Read more


46. Logitech Cordless Optical Wheel Mouse (930616-0403)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00005UOSN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 2902
Average Customer Review: 4.28 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Logitech's cordless optical wheel mouse gives you wireless freedom and optical precision in a single mouse that fits comfortably in either your left or right hand. Now just about any surface within six feet of your computer can become your workspace--no mouse pad required, no cords to clutter your desk, and no moving parts to clean. A powerful optical sensor provides twice the speed and twice the accuracy of standard optical mice, while digital radio technology grants the ultimate cordless freedom. The mouse comes with three customizable buttons and a scroll wheel, as well as WebWheel software to enhance Internet browsing. ... Read more

Features

  • No cord to limit your movement or clutter your desk
  • Up to 800-dpi optical sensor for twice the speed, twice the accuracy; optical technology also means no cleaning
  • Fits right and left hands, Windows and Macintosh compatible
  • Smart power management keeps batteries working for months (2 AA batteries supplied); battery indicator warns you when batteries are low
  • Three buttons, a scroll wheel, and MouseWare navigation software

Reviews (43)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great addition to my computer
I've always liked the idea of a cordless mouse, but the one my parents used made me nervous about buying one. But this mouse has worked wonderfully. No cord adds a level of convenience that I've never had before. Other cordless mouse I've used went through batteries in a matter of days, but not this one. The battery life is long. It has a elegant, sleek design, so it looks great on your desk. This is my first optical mouse and I can't see ever going back. No ball to clean and I've found that the movements of the cursor are just as smooth as my old mouse, maybe even smoother (and I've had no problems on a black surface). The only fault I have found so far is the wheel which seems to move the screen in too-large-chunks. But I think this mouse is great.

5-0 out of 5 stars No more mouse cleaning!
What a relief to have a mouse which I don't have to clean the dirt out of! I got tired of having to occasionally clean the dirt (lint, dust) out of my old mouse so it can work properly again. This mouse is built differently underneath so it doesn't collect any dirt. The only thing you have to worry about is if the battery is running low. Your computer will notify you when the battery is running low, or you can simply click an icon on your desktop to check the battery level. The batteries seem to last a month or up to two months, depending on your computer usage. You might want to invest in a battery charger and rechargeable batteries so you don't have to keep buying batteries so much (you most likely use batteries for other items in your home too) throughout the year.

Of course the best feature for this mouse is that it's cordless. That's one less wire on your desk to get cluttered, entagled with. The equipment and software is fairly easy to install/use on your computer. I've noticed that the price for this item has dropped a bit since I bought it so this a better buy than ever.

3-0 out of 5 stars A decent mouse but can improve
I have been using a touchpad for the past 2 years. I bought this mouse for my wife and tried it for the first few days. On Windows XP, the install is clean. But I was surprised to see that this mouse does not ship with a mousepad. An Optical mouse by virtue of it's technology should be used on a specific surface otherwise it results in a jerky movement. Also there was no instructions whatsoever to suggest the kind of surface to be used on.

It is very sensitive and people used to traditional mice or touchpads will take time to adjust.

5-0 out of 5 stars best mouse I've had yet
I was a little wary of a mouse that was so cheap, but I picked up mine over a year ago on sale at an office store after a little mouse-meets-wall explosion when my old mouse (a regular corded mouse with a ball) stopped working.

I would have gotten something more expensive, having learned that cheap electronics are their own punishment, but I had a project due and NO extra money, so I settled on this little guy. I am glad that I did - it has been the best mouse I've ever had. The one POSSIBLE problem is that you have to replace the batteries, but hey, until they can power mice with tiny little internal nuclear reactors, I'll deal with changing my batteries (which happens MAYBE every 3-4 months for me).

If you have some sort of deranged problem with changing batteries, or if you are willing to pay around a hundred bucks for a mouse, don't get this one. Otherwise, if you're just looking for something that will outperform your outdated old mouse for very few dollars, this is so worth it!

5-0 out of 5 stars A great cordless optical mouse
Okay gang I've been using this mouse at work for nearly a year. I'm a software engineer and use it every day for 8 hours. It operates flawlessly. I don't go through batteries at all like some have mentioned. My solution is a couple sets of rechargeable batteries. They work like a charm! The first time your battery goes dead it's a little frustrating. The mouse stops moving and you think your machine is locked up. So if your mouse disappears or quits moving just slap in a fresh pair of batteries and you're on your way again. I just ordered a second one for my home PC that's how good they are. ... Read more


47. Logitech Wingman Force 3D (963223-0403)
list price: $49.99
our price: $36.50
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Asin: B00004VUFH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 662
Average Customer Review: 3.34 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The force-feedback technology of Logitech's WingMan Force 3D joystick allows you to feel the action, weapon recoils, and explosions of your games. The space-saving design takes up minimal room on your desktop. Features include a twist handle function and lock, seven programmable buttons, eight-way hat switch, high-precision throttle, and rapid-fire trigger. It is compatible with USB-equipped PC systems. ... Read more

Features

  • 7 programmable buttons
  • 8-way hat switch
  • Rapid-fire trigger
  • Stable, weighted base
  • USB plug-and-play connection

Reviews (47)

3-0 out of 5 stars Questionable build quality, but the price is right...
A few years back you'd pay $150 for a force feedback joystick. Those were the days when serious flight simmers paid top dollar for the best quality they could get. Unfortunately, those days are gone, and force feedback joysticks (along with quality joysticks in general) are fewer in number than ever, and not as good as they used to be. Now that MS has stopped making Sidewinder products, and Logitech replaced their older (and better) Wingman Force stick with this one, there's not a lot of choice left if you want force feedback. On the positive side, the price is now much lower than it used to be.

I'm on my second one of these sticks... the first one I got from Amazon had a defective motor in it. Other than that, the initial feel of this stick is actually pretty good - better than I expected, based on the other reviews - and if I hadn't gotten a defective unit I'd probably give it a higher score. But taken with some of the other problems I've read about here, I have to think there are probably some real quality control issues with this stick. I can say definitively that this model is not nearly as solid as either MS's last force feedback stick or Logitech's previous model. But both of those sticks were built like tanks. At least the buttons all feel really nice on the Force 3D; solid but clicky and springy, and with a nice throttle with the perfect amount of resistance. The hat switch works well too - much better than my old Sidewinder Precision Pro (and it's concave now, just to update what an earlier reviewer said about previous revisions).

As for the force feedback itself, it's not the best but it's not bad either. If you're a flight simmer you will probably appreciate having force feedback - this is not really a stick that's intended for other types of games. It's a flight stick, and it does add a lot to the realism of flight sims to be able to feel things like ground bumps and aerodynamic forces on your airplanes (some sims even let you feel things like turbulence). The force effects by default are strong enough, but you can make them stronger if you want to (some people have complained that the effects feel weak, but you can really crank them up with Logitech's included utility). It can be surprisingly forceful given how light the stick is. That said, the motors do feel like they're straining if you really crank it up.

Centering is always an issue with force feedback sticks because they rely on the motors for centering rather than springs. Some people prefer a standard stick for this reason. Unlike some older force feedback sticks that use a combination of cables and motors for centering and other non-force effects, this stick seems to use only motors, so the centering doesn't feel very smooth - it feels very digital, like the motors have a certain number of levels (which feel like detents) where they will allow the stick to rest. It's hard to explain, but the result is if you push the stick in one direction, it's almost like it "clicks" as it goes through the various levels of resistance from the motors. This is constant and there's no way around it; you just have to get used to it. It's not that hard, but it's definitely a different feel from an analog stick that uses cables and springs for centering.

Some have complained about stick sensitivity with this model; I haven't had a problem in Flight Simulator 2004, which is all I've used it for. Even with the loose "dead spot" when centered, if you just take the stick sensitivity down a couple notches in the game settings it's absolutely fine. The centering right in the middle is definitely a bit loose but it doesn't seem to really matter much, and it's a common issue with most force feedback joysticks.

Overall, I'm glad I purchased mine, but I would probably have rather paid more for a better stick. I feel this is priced about what it's worth. Whether you want force feedback or not is a question in itself; if you're not sure, this is a good stick to test out, being as cheap as it is.

5-0 out of 5 stars Logitech Wingman is better then Sidewinder Joystick
I was a MS controller junky all the way, until I got this controller as a gift one year. I'm impressed; it is way more stable then the MS Sidewinder I was using. I had more control in the corners on NASCAR 3 and 4; Jane's Flight Sims really liked it. I could pause mid barrel roll and hang there, never could get the Sidewinder to do that. Also the Logitech feels better. Tighter compared to the loose flopping feel of the sidewinder. I now have two Wingmans, one for each computer, and they are still going strong. I'm not knocking the Sidewinder line completely, but when it comes to Joysticks, MS has some work to do, to catch up to this one. The controller has a game port connector with a USB adapter cable. It works great under USB.

Also Win XP sees is it, likes it, and loads it. I don't like the Logitech software, but of course I don't like Sidewinders software either.

3-0 out of 5 stars Decent with practise
I've had this stick for nearly 9 mos, and used it very little at first, preferring my non-ff logitech stick because this one seemed too out of control. After getting bored with a certain game, I took up this stick as a challenge, and am pleased with the results.

The FF is ok, nothing special, but once you have it set up with your comp and your game (this took quite a while and a lot of experimentation), I won't go back to non-ff. I actually get a feel for when my plane will stall, which is so necessary in flight sim games (been playing il2 FB). The on-stick throttle is pretty good and is not loose.

My biggest problem with this product is that the center spring doesn't really center, and seems to be in the ++ section a bit (upper right), which sometimes causes my plane to roll or pitch forward.

All in all, ok stick for the money. FF is great, but I'll be heading toward a better, more expensive stick after this.

1-0 out of 5 stars a dissapointed customer
i bought this joystick a while ago and never used it much. at first i strictly used it for racing games so i never knew that it was broken. when i push foward it only regesters a little bit and when i put it back to its original position it thinks im pushing down and messes up my gameplay. it has no nutrel position, it dosent spring back to the right position and leans to the bottom. every time i plug in the FF it starts to violently shake foward and back, even during gameplay, but without it the nutrel position is even more indefinite. as for the stick itself, the palm rest on it tends to make you shift the weight of your hand to the right and taking the stick along with it.

the problems with the FF and the controls might have been because of damage during shipping or someting like that, but it could happen to you. anyway, im not happy with this design, get a sidewinder.

1-0 out of 5 stars JUNK
The first Wingman joystick I had [gave] out in about a year. I got this one new as a gift (!!!!!) and it lasted 3 months of 2-3 times per week use. ... Don't waste your money. ... Read more


48. Logitech Keyboard Elite Black (967234-0403)
list price: $39.99
our price: $29.47
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Asin: B00006FRUI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 399
Average Customer Review: 4.28 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Logitech Elite keyboard provides expert controls to optimize what you do, when you want to do it. The enhanced function key commands bring new efficiency to the things you do all of the time, allowing you to instantly access your e-mail, instant messenger program, favorite files, pictures, music, and Web sites. Plus, you can quickly navigate around the Web and your applications, media files, and documents, and installation and setup are easy. In addition, the stylish Zero Degree Tilt flat-angle design feels good on your hands as you type. Simplify your life and go Elite. ... Read more

Features

  • Ultra-flat, "Zero Degree Tilt" keyboard design for increased comfort
  • Nine customizable keys for one-touch access to favorite web sites and applications
  • iNav buttons and scroll wheel for keyboard-based web navigation
  • Multimedia keys to control audio and video directly from the keyboard
  • Windows and Macintosh compatible

Reviews (36)

5-0 out of 5 stars Whisper quiet, great looks, super price!
I'll keep this short and sweet and to the point: Get this keyboard! Now! Not only is it whisper quiet (and I mean your boss will think you're not working from the lack of keyboard clacking), but extremely responsive. Whether it's the cordless or the corded Elite, Logitech got it right with just the right amount of buttons, all of which are placed within easy reach of your typing position. And if you can't tell from the picture shown by Amazon, it's also one heck of a smooth looking technology, and at a great price. The system preference software (this refers to the Mac OS X version) is a delight to use, and you can reassign just about any function key or navigation/internet key to anything you like. Want the CD-ROM eject key assigned to function key 4? No problem. Wanna raise or lower your computer's volume quickly? The ribbed wheel is right there at your disposal. It even has multimedia keys for most of the music software out there on the market, like iTunes and DVD player (stop, forward, back, pause).

Can I say anything else? Yes. The price is phenomenal compared with what Microsoft wants for an ugly beige keyboard that basically offers the same thing (Mac users need not apply). This is one keyboard that won't disappoint.

2-0 out of 5 stars no documentation, extra functions don't work
First, I must thank the previous reviewer that had to go through the trials and tribulations of talking to the Logitech "help" desk, he got the unacceptable answers I need without my having to use their VRU and wait forever. The Logitech documentation (now there's an oxymoron) is virtually non-existent and covers nothing. The software for this keyboard is not well written at all, it won't function if you have Norton installed and running. This is silly, if you have your PC set up with the proper security and monitors then Logitech should take that into account within their software OR should state in their "documentation" that it is not compatible with Norton. The ITOUCH software aborts everytime I boot the system. I even went out to the Logitech website and downloaded and installed the latest driver without Norton running and it STILL doesn't work correctly, the F keys don't work and when I press the webcam button, it launches Outlook. I'm not even going to try any of the other keys, I'm just going to remove the Logitech software and run it as a normal keyboard. It does have a good feel and that's the only reason I'm giving it 2 stars. By the way, this is all happening on a PC running XP, it functions perfectly on another PC that's running Windows 2000 PRO.

3-0 out of 5 stars Sticky keys
No, I'm not talking about honey on the keyboard. I love this keyboard; it's just that I'm extremely disappointed. I love the media player controls, the little scroll wheel on the left, and the quiet keys. With great love, however, comes great disappointment. The Windows start key has started getting stuck in the down position sometimes, leading to some strange behavior when I'm typing. The sad thing is that the keyboard is only 4 or 5 months old. I guess I could return it or something, but it's such a pain. And what would I do without a keyboard for the eternity it takes to get it back?

Luckily, so far I haven't accidentally erased anything because of the sticking, but every once in a while I'll suddenly switch to the desktop (Windows+D) or accidentally activate the windows narrator (whatever the crap that is)

Other than this annoying quirk, this is a great keyboard. But, because of this annoying quirk, I can't really recommend this keyborad. Maybe I got a bum one, but this doesn't inspire confidence in the product for me.

5-0 out of 5 stars BEST KEYBOARD EVER!!!!
I bought this keyboard at Amazon.com for $30 bucks. This keyboard is the best keyboard that I have used so far. The looks of this keyboard is very attractive and it goes with my Logitech MX310, but I am about to get the MX500. All the buttons on there are very useful especially the scroll because sometimes I don't want to reach over to use the mice, so I just simply move my left pinky over and use the scroll. The volume control on the keyboard is very cool because when you turned it down you'll see a line of green bars. One thing that I forgot to mention is that the keys on this keyboard is very very quiet and smooth. If you are in need of a keyboard I would highly recommend this keyboard and the Logitech MX500 if you are looking for a mice.

5-0 out of 5 stars The BEST keyboard I ever have.
Man I just recieved my keyboard today. I am so stunt by this keyboard. It makes me type faster and the keys are very quiet. Can't really explain how great this keyboard is. Just two words "THE BEST". And Amazon has excellent delivery, if I could I would give them a 5 stars. ... Read more


49. Logitech MX500 Optical Mouse (930763-0403)
list price: $39.95
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Asin: B00006HZ0K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 1073
Average Customer Review: 4.39 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Logitech's MX500 features MX Optical Engine tracking technology that lets you mouse however and wherever you want, faster, and with great response. A new benchmark in optical systems combines high resolution and high frame rate to achieve superior performance, including an 800 dpi sensor for unparalleled accuracy.

Logitech has also added eight programmable buttons, including the innovative Cruise Control scrolling system, to give you a superior blend of power and convenience, especially in long documents or Web pages. The Quick Switch program selector lets you switch between active programs and documents easily, while two thumb buttons let you easily move forward or back between pages on the Internet. The mouse's sleek, contoured shape fits snugly in your right hand. ... Read more

Features

  • MX Optical Engine delivers more accuracy and control on more surfaces than ever before
  • No mouse pad required; mouse glides smoothly across almost any surface--no mouse ball to get dirty or dusty
  • Two thumb buttons let you easily move forward or back between pages on the Internet
  • Cruise Control scrolling system provides more efficient scrolling through long documents or web sites
  • PC and Macintosh compatible (Mac requires USB connection)

Reviews (109)

5-0 out of 5 stars The software's not THAT bad
First off, this mouse feels and tracks great. Absolutely no random jumps or stickiness like first generation optical mice. Fits in my hand nicely. All buttons except for the 8th (for the task switcher) are easily accessible.

I was wary after reading the complaints about the software and games. I've read about people hacking the registry, using Microsoft's drivers instead, etc. I downloaded and installed Logitech's Mouseware 9.76 just to try it out. No scrolling twitchiness that some have reported. At first I was having problems with assigning the extra buttons in some games, but I found a configuration that works with just about everything. In the Mouseware control panel, I set the thumb buttons to [Backspace] and [Enter] to go back and forth on web pages. Then I set the Cruise buttons to [Page Up] and [Page Down]. I set the Quick switch button to [Escape] to get to menus in most games. I can now use every button in my games plus I can navigate web pages with it. Highly recommended.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but not for gamers
I bought one of these on impulse from a computer store, as it was a good bit cheaper than the microsoft counterpart. Having already owned an intellimouse optical, i can compare the two.

Plusses include the logitech is a bit heavier, eliminating the clank you sometimes get from moving an intellimouse to quickly and inadverntatly picking it up, and it has 8 buttons instead of 6. Also, it is curved to shape your hand, which is a plus if youre a righty and a serious minus if you are a lefty

For me, it only had one major flaw, and that was the programmable buttons. Unlike microsofts mice, which allow you to program in virtually any keyboard key, lgoitech chose to make the programmable functions windows commands like maximize, minimize, close window, run, explore my computer, etc.

Depending on how you use your computer, this could be good or bad. As a gamer, it totally destroys most of the buttons usefulness, as i can no longer use the extra buttons in-game as i once could.

Long story short, if you are a gamer, get a MS optical mouse. otherwise, this is the mouse for you

3-0 out of 5 stars Not for everyone.
My MX 500 arrived in the mail yesterday. I was looking forward to switching from my inherited Apple "Pro" mouse because I had read so many great reviews on the MX 500 and its 8 buttons. Unfortunately, I returned the mouse today. It was way too big and clunky for my small hands. My wrists had started to hurt after about 5 minutes of use. Don't get me wrong, I am sure that this is a great mouse, but not for everyone.

5-0 out of 5 stars Comfortable and Precise Mouse
The smooth contours fit my hand well. Like others, I find the upper cruise button difficult to reach. The Macintosh preference pane is simple and straghtforward to use. Very high quality fit and finish. Although a bit large and heavy, it glides very easily. I wish the cord was shorter, since I plug it into the right side of my keyboard. Buttons and scroll wheel all have a nice positive click to them and I like the rubberized finish of the black contoured sides. Most comfortable mouse I have found.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Optical Mouse
I went from a ball track mouse to this mouse, so of course I can't really compare it to other optical mouses, but I can say that you will not regret purchasing this mouse. I had no trouble getting used to its size (I'm 6 feet tall), and the drivers I got from logitechs website are working fine. The extra buttons are easily accessible but hard to accidently hit. I have had no issue with skipping; it seems to be all I could ask for in a mouse. If you dont really need the extra features though, it might be worth getting a cheaper mouse, $30 is a lot to spend on a mouse seeing there are just as functional optical mice for half the cost out there. ... Read more


50. Logitech 961400-0403 Quickcam for Notebooks Deluxe

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Asin: B0007ZFLYI
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 777
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Automatic Face-TrackingMicrophonePCUSB

When you rely on your notebook PC to communicate with business partners and family, its critical to use high quality, reliable accessories. You want a hassle-free experiencebut youve also got an eye for cool design. The Logitech® QuickCam® for Notebooks Deluxe offers just that: powerful, sophisticated functionality wrapped in one slick package. You get crisp VGA videoperfect for video IM and the latest video calling servicesand smart optics that handle low light situations with ease. And theres no need to sit tight: the QuickCam® for Notebooks Deluxe has Logitechs unique, intelligent face tracking that keeps you in the picture without the distracting image jumps that plague other cameras.

Features:

  • Enjoy high tech style thats super functional underneath
  • Stream high quality VGA video for business, family, or play
  • Dont let dimly lit hotel rooms or on-the-road workspaces detract from your imagethe QuickCam® for Notebooks Deluxe compensates for low light situations so you always look good
  • Add live video to your favorite instant messenger: MSN® Messenger, AOL® Instant Messenger™ (AIM®), Yahoo!® Messenger, and Windows® Messenger
  • Speak and be heard with the integrated microphone; no extra parts to connect or lose
  • Upgrade to video calling and take your Internet communication to the next level
  • Get started quickly with Logitechs easy set-up
  • Attach to any notebook with the adjustable clip (14mm max)
  • Take 1.3 megapixel (interpolated) still pictures with the integrated snapshot button
  • Stay in the picture with automated, Intelligent Face Tracking
  • Keep images sharp regardless of distance with the adjustable focus ring
  • Know when youre live with the illuminated activity light
  • Protect the camera with the included neoprene travel case
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Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Who designed the clamp? Fire their ass!
Quality of the video is excellent on Yahoo messenger. The face tracking is so so. Audio is good on messenger. Works great for video mail through Comcast.
You can take a snapshot like a digital cam with a button on the unit (once it is clamped down), or hold it and use like digital cam.
This would have been 5 stars if the clamp was worth a crap. It is useless out of the box on my Toshiba A75 laptop. It would have been better just to let it hang on the LCD rather than this clamping design. Velcro here we come! ... Read more


51. Logitech Extreme 3D Pro Joystick (963290-0403)
list price: $34.99
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Asin: B00009OY9U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 482
Average Customer Review: 2.35 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Quick and easy access to fire weapons
  • Twist Handle Provides rudder control, direction control, and view changes.
  • Rapid-Fire Trigger Fires shots in quick succession.
  • 8-Way rubberized Hat Switch Select from 8 points of view.
  • Stable, weighted Base Keeps joystick from moving around for enhanced control

Reviews (23)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Stick buy has Calibration Problems Occasionally
I have to agree with others that this stick does have occasional calibration problems. However they are easily fixed by rebooting my PC. I found unpluging it sometimes worked too. I don't find the calibration problems to be that big of a problem. Other than that the stick is very good. It's got a good feel to it, more than enough buttons, and the software works well that comes with it. It's greatly improved my flying ability in Battlefield 1942. I would have given this stick 5 stars if it didn't have the calibration problem but even with that, it's still a great stick.

1-0 out of 5 stars Looks and Feels nice, other than that, not a quality device
I used to have a Logitech Wingman stick, and it worked great for many years until I wore it out. So, I decided to stay with the brand. What a disappointment this stick is! As I said in the title, looks and feels great, button placement is good.

After about 3 days, I started having problems with it holding calibration. It will reset itself by unpluging USB, but the reset may only last a few minutes. It will bank right when untouched, but then doesn't have a full range to the right, so banks are slow, making it impossible to chase opponents using right turns in games like Crimson Skies. I have to hold constant pressure slightly to the left to keep it (semi) straight and level.

I thought is was a fluke or just a defective product. The logitech site is full of posts from people with nearly identical problems who are on their 4th (or more) replacements with the same result. Bottom line, it is poorly designed and constructed. Buy it if you want a cool looking paperweight. If you want to fly, on the other hand, try a Saitek or something else.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good while it works
My 5th one just started the dreaded left drift, so I'm through with Logitech. I love them while they work, but I can't keep buying a disposable $50 joystick!

2-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy it!
Simple as that, look for another stick!
It's beautiful, it feels great (if you're right handed) and it's cheap.
BUT after 2-3 months of regular, not hard, use, the stick will go off center and won't be able to turn left anymore. Logitech knows this issue and suggests to run their calitration utility and recalibrate, but it doesn't fix the problem at all.
If you're going to buy it prepare yourself to a continous unplug-reboot-replug-recalibrate routine.

1-0 out of 5 stars Good stick -- until..
..the X/R-axis potentiometers wear out (after 1-3 weeks). I'm done w/ Logitech until they change back to non-mechanical pickups for the X/Y/R axis (like the Interceptor.) I'd recommend the Logitech WingMan Extreme Digital 3D or (if you can get your hands on one..) the Microsoft Force Feedback 2 (red skin edition). Stay away from the Logitech Freedom 2.4 Joystick -- same problem w/ the pots !

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52. Logitech Optical Marble Mouse (USB/PS2)
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00005T406
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 747
Average Customer Review: 4.49 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Logitech's Optical Marble mouse gives you the familiarity of a mouse with the convenience of trackball navigation. Designed for comfort in either hand, this space-saving, four-button trackball boasts Logitech's innovative optical tracking system to deliver superior precision and smooth motion with virtually no maintenance or cleaning required. You get two ways to scroll: click two small buttons for page up and page down, or click one of two large buttons and use the ball for auto scrolling. The trackball gives you precise fingertip control, and the included WebWheel software enhances your Internet browsing. Two AA batteries (supplied) keep the Marble mouse racing for about three months. ... Read more

Features

  • Durable optical technology for smooth precision and resistance to dirt, eliminating the need for cleaning
  • Large, finger-operated trackball for superior control and reduced hand and wrist movement
  • Sleek shape flexible enough to use in either hand
  • MouseWare software included for easy scrolling on the Web (in Windows and Macintosh applications)
  • A variety of button assignments to customize your mouse buttons

Reviews (43)

5-0 out of 5 stars 4 years and no turning back
I am at a computer almost all day long and about 4 years ago, I decided to try out the Logitech Optical Marble Mouse, because my arm and wrist were getting too tired from the old mouse.
It took about 1 week to get used to it, but after that learning curve was through, I was so convinced, that I haven't used a mouse extensively since. In fact, when I started a new job, the first thing I did, was buy another Marble Mouse, so that I wouldn't have to struggle with a regular mouse at my workplace.

Except in extreme situations, hand fatigue is a thing of the past for me and the marble mouse I bought four years ago is still working perfectly.

One trick is to set it up so that the right button is the main button and the left button is the context button. In use, I press the right button with any combination of my pinkie, ring finger or middle finger. By distributing the clicking duties between three fingers, the muscle usage is more evenly distributed and repetative motion problems are not a problem.

In fact the beauty of this design is that it is so simple that one is able to use it however you want to. Other trackballs that are overly molded to fit your hand end up causing problems because they force your hand to be in a particular position all day long.

It is also easy to switch between left and right hand use -- though I almost always use right hand.

I do have to clean it during the day, but this is extremely easy. Basically I just pick the ball out of its socket and flick away any dirt that has built up. It takes about 15 seconds and no special cleaning solutions or anything.

If I was running a company, I would make everyone try one of these out for a week. They are amazing computing tools and would be standard issue for all computers if I ran the world.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great mouse, my favorite so far
Although, this is the first trackball I ever used, it seems to be the best mouse I ever used.
I thought I was going to stick with my light mouse, even after my mom got this track ball.
I decided to give the trackball a try.
Quite the difference! At least for me, it was very quick and easy to get the hang of it. Some may think it'd be hard to click on things, moving the ball and not the mouse, but this is quite simple to control. It's great with games as well, aimming better.
Instead of moving the mouse back and forth a lot to move yourself in a game, use your fingers to move you around.
Plus, you can leave stuff around the mouse and not feel like you're going to spill, because the mouse part doesn't move.
Strange though, I found out on Descent 3, there's one button you can't use.
Other than that, using it for windows or whatever, and having two other buttons for selected uses, using the back and forward for internet, or scrolling up and down, etc.

5-0 out of 5 stars Love it!
I loved my Marble Mouse by Logitech. I bought the older version with only the two large buttons. I think a standard mouse is better for playing games but for everything else on the computer it is the only way to go. I have recently upgraded to the Logitech cordless mouse....it too is nice. But if the Optical Marble Mouse came cordless I would plunk my money down and buy it again in a second. I now use my Marble mouse at work and have the cordless at home.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Mouse
I first purchased the Logitech Marble Mouse when my daughter was 2 yrs. old. Her little hand was just able to manipulate the marble. It was great because with a regular mouse she did not have the ability to click it without moving the cursor. Now that we have used this mouse I would never go back to a plain one!

5-0 out of 5 stars marble mouse
i just got the mouse today or should i say rat i will not lie the mouse is gigantic or maybe my hands are to small mmmm anyway i do like that you don't move the thing around the whole desk and i love the big red ball i thought the mouse was very odd and that's what really caught mt attention and that everyone gave good reviews i wanted to try it anyways ... i have only had the mouse for a few hours but so far i love it probaly should have waited a few days before i wrote this but i tend to get a little excited about things sometimes i'am use the usb connection on the marble mouse because i still wanted to use my wireless ps2 mouse incase i get frustrated alrighty now overall this is a nice product try it ... Read more


53. Logitech TrackMan Live! Remote Pointing Device
list price: $139.99
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Asin: B00000JDG8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 12816
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Logitech TrackMan Live! is a cordless remote pointing device that lets you control presentations from up to 30 feet away from your computer. Incorporating advanced digital radio technology, the TrackMan Live communicates with a radio receiver connected to your computer. Using two standard AAA batteries, the remote lets you move around the room answering questions or circulate through an audience as you move forward or backward in your computer-based presentation or highlight important points. Customizable with the included MouseWare software, three different-sized buttons and a small thumb trackball allow you to use the remote even in a dark room.

The Logitech TrackMan Live comes with a three-year limited hardware warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Cordless, remote pointing device
  • Digital radio technology
  • Works up to 30 feet away from computer
  • 3 different-sized buttons and small thumb trackball
  • PS/2-to-serial port adapter included

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best cordless trackball out there.
I've tried number of cordless pointing devices and dumped lot of them except for this one. This one is a keeper. Smooth, quick and accurate make this one stands out from the rest. I've been using this with my pctv for quite a quite. I miscounted how many time I dropped it. But it still works just fine. Very durable. On the downside, the button lay out is a bit scrambling and hard to use at first. But once you get used to it (1-2days), it feels better. This is an 2-3 year model. Logitech has not come out with any new cordless trackball. It is still expensive. But it worths the $$$. I gave it 5 stars because it is the best and there is no competitor out there. I was lucky to find this in an open box at a flea market ...It is still working after 2 years. A friend of mine came to my house and used it. He likes it so much that he got one for him ...in the store. Get it before they discontinue.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for presentations
I have given numerous public speeches and found this device very handy for controlling my PowerPoint slides. I hate being isolated to a podium, so this is great for freedom to move around a stage.

The trackball is difficult to get used to if you use a mouse, but does the job well. The three buttons allow you to move around in your PowerPoint easily and the molded design is great for right handed people. I found I could easily move a fair distance from my laptop and still be able to control the presentation.

5-0 out of 5 stars Superb Product
I've always had a liking for Logitech products, and this seems to have lived up to my standard, very nicely as a matter of fact.

The device itself is very professinal looking, and works *great* with Powerpoints, and other presentation software that I use on a regular basis. The installation was very fast, just had to install Logitech's mouse software for it to be configurable.

In large, open auditoriums, I have gotten a bit over 30 feet distance, does get a bit chopy after that, but performs as it should within it's advertised distance. The receiver is fairly small, small enough to fit in my briefcase, along with a nice length serial cable. This device has an extra feature that many over look, and that many devices do NOT have. That is, being able to use multiple handsets with the same receiver. This is extremely handy for presentations with many people, without the need to hand-off the device to the next person.

The only minor problem with it, is that the trackball is a bit jerky. I do not use it at all during presentations, so it is no problem for me, but it may be for something that might find it of use. The problem here is that the trackball is based on magnets, not optical, which would probably make the device a bit bigger.

Overall, I rate it 5 stars for its outstanding performance, distance, sleek and professional design, and functionality.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for stand-up presenters
For anyone who does a lot of Powerpoints, this is an essential device.

Mouse Action: Not too bad. It tends to be a bit jumpy and you have to have a lot of control in your thumb for you to pinpoint small objects on the screen. The signal is a bit choppy from the mouse to the receiver, but all in all, not too bad.

Mouse Clicks: Barely ok if you're right handed (which I am). Although if you're left handed, this mouse probably wasn't made for you. I have had no problems with using the main mouse button as my left click. In Windows 95 I had minor issues when I pligged in my regular Microsoft mouse. In Windows NT I had major conflicts (System would go down often) when I tried to customize the mouse buttons - I would only use it for a left click and pointer movement.

I do very few Powerpoints, but it works well for that. I do mostly software presentations where I have to navigate in an application and have exact mouse movements. I'm satisfied since I don't want to be tied to the laptop, but pointer movement could be smother. ... Read more


54. Logitech 961404-0403 Quickcam for Notebooks
list price: $34.99
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Asin: B0007ZFLYS
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 398
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Product Description

QuickCam® for Notebooks No question about it, your notebook computer is big part of your daily life. Email, the Web, and IM keep you connected with friends and family—but what if you could see and hear them, too? Video IM is the way to go, and the QuickCam® for Notebooks adds that dimension to your Internet experience. It works with all popular IM and video calling services, and provides super clear VGA video and integrated audio.Features Rotate to almost any angleSee your friends and family with crisp VGA imagesBenefit from Logitech´s wealth of experience Speak and be heard with the integrated microphone No extra parts to connect or loseGet started quickly with Logitech´s easy set-upTake 1.3 megapixel* still pictures with the integrated snapshot buttonKeep images sharp regardless of distance with the adjustable focus ringKnow when you´re “live” with the illuminated activity lightProtect the camera with the included neoprene travel caseAttach to any notebook with the adjustable clip (14mm max) Add live video to your favorite instant messenger: MSN® / AOL®Instant Messenger™ (AIM®), Yahoo!® Messenger, and Windows® Messenger ... Read more


55. Logitech Cordless Desktop - Black (967437-0403)
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00022TN9A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 2908
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Features

  • Use it just as easily as corded products
  • Enjoy the smooth tracking and precision of the wireless optical mouse
  • Adjust audio volume, launch your web home page with conveniently placed buttons on your keyboard
  • Stay protected with the spill-resistant keyboard design
  • Compatible with Windows 98, NT 4.0, 2000, Me, or XP

56. Logitech 931151-0403 Cordless Optical Mouse for Notebooks (Red)
list price: $39.95
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Asin: B0001IVAZK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 898
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Features

  • Vivid red brightens your workspace
  • Compact for easy portability
  • Logitech's Fast RF technology
  • Advanced optical sensor does not require a mouse pad
  • Ambidextrous cordless mouse

57. Logitech X-530 70-Watt 5.1 Surround Sound Speaker System

our price: $54.94
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Asin: B0002XJAKG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 9172
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Plug the Logitech X-530 into your PC, music player, DVD player, or even your PlayStation or Xbox game console and immerse yourself in clean, crisp, consistent surround sound from your games, movies, and more. The high-tech subwoofer adjusts itself dynamically to deliver distortion-free bass. And the five wall-mountable satellite speakers use Logitech's patented FDD2 technology to eliminate the uneven sound response created by conventional dual-driver designs. The result: a clear, uniform sound field without the "hot spots" and inconsistency of other dual-driver satellites. ... Read more

Features

  • 70 watts total RMS power (7.4 watts x 4, plus 15.5-watt center and 25-watt sub); 2-year warranty
  • 5.1 powered surround sound speaker system with 4 satellite speakers, center speaker, and subwoofer
  • Connects directly to PC, DVD player, portable music device, or game console (with adapter)
  • Dual 2-inch drivers per satellite combine to produce clear, uniform sound
  • Dynamic 5.25-inch ported subwoofer driver delivers distortion-free bass

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product
I was very surprised by the sound that these speakers put out.I had some cheap Harmon Kardon speakers that came with my Pc and they were junk.The sound was terrible, these speakers sound great.I am also glad that I chose to buy them from Amazon.They sell for $90.00 at Bestbuy.I saved myself money and still got a great product. ... Read more


58. Logitech 931073-0403 Optical Notebook Mouse Plus (USB)
list price: $29.95
our price: $22.99
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Asin: B0001LTT5K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 1866
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Compact design for easy portability
  • USB interface for simple, plug-and-play setup
  • Advanced optical sensor does not require a mouse pad
  • PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great travelling mouse
The cord management function on this mouse has got to be the best of its features. You can wind the cord around the base of the mouse, and the USB plug clicks into position on the underside, protecting the optical sensor. I'm using the mouse with Mac OS10.3 on an iBook, and both the right-click button and scroller work exactly as they should. There's no thumb-click button, but frankly, that's not the most useful feature anyway on a notebook-sized mouse. There's nowhere comfortable to put the button on a mouse this small, and it would end up being more in the way than anything else, as I have found on other models.

This mouse is also visually pleasing - a sort of greyish-silver metallic color on the top surface where your palm rests, with a tasteful greyish-blue imprint of the Logitech logo, and black all around the sides. If you haven't used a notebook-sized mouse before, the size takes some getting used to, but the particular rounded design of this mouse makes it a comfortable fit in the palm. Also - I ordered this mouse on a Friday afternoon with supersaver shipping, and I received it by the following Monday afternoon! Great value for the price all around. ... Read more


59. Logitech io Personal Digital Pen ( 965102-0100 )
list price: $199.99
our price: $104.99
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Asin: B00006JP23
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 1284
Average Customer Review: 3.56 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Using MyScript Notes software, the io Personal Digital Pen transforms handwritten notes into computer readable files, including text, tables, and drawings. It recognizes natural handwriting, numerous geometrical forms, arrow and tables.With the Logitech IO personal digital pen, your handwriting becomes an effective tool for the digital world--without changing the way you work. Write or draw on special digital paper and your words and images are both inked on the paper and stored in the pen's memory. To transfer these handwritten documents to your PC, place the pen in its cradle and download them. Then, easily share, store, organize, and retrieve them.

The Logitech IO digital pen remembers everything you write when you are away from your PC. In addition to a regular ink cartridge, it includes an optical sensor that captures your words and drawings. A built-in processor digitizes your handwriting, storing up to 40 pages in memory between downloads. Based on functionality from Anoto, the Logitech IO digital pen encodes on the basis of microscopic dots printed on the paper. Since it always knows exactly where you are, you can even accurately edit the original page at a later time. Use Post-it Notes and Cambridge Limited notebooks enabled with the Anoto functionality to capture your thoughts.

Protect your information with electronic copies, so you'll never forget or lose handwritten documents again. Find the information quickly with your PC's indexing and searching functions. Even have your handwritten notes available on the road. Simplify your organization by writing calendar entries into your electronic organizer and adding handwritten tasks to your electronic to-do list.

Improve communication by circulating hand-drawn sketches and drawings and meeting or class notes without photocopying. Write e-mail when you're away from your computer for automatic sending on download. The Logitech IO digital pen comes with a rapid-charging USB cradle, an AC adapter, helpful software, five ink refills, one Mead Cambridge Limited Notebook, one 3M Post-it Notes Pad, and a two-year limited warranty.

How it works
The Logitech io digital pen looks and feels just like an ordinary ballpoint pen and you use it in the same way. There are no keys to press and no display. You activate the pen simply by removing the cap and deactivate it by replacing the cap. Then you write on digital paper the same way you write on regular paper. The main parts of the digital pen are a digital camera, an advanced image-processing unit, and a communication unit. It also contains an ink cartridge so that you can always see what you have written or drawn.

  1. Optical sensor captures everything you write
  2. Processor digitizes your words and images
  3. Rapid-charge USB cradle transfers digitized data to your computer
  4. Ink cartridges let you write like you normally do
  5. Memory stores up to 40 pages between transfers
  6. Battery lasts up to 25 pages between recharges
  7. Cap controls on/off -- remove to turn on, replace to save battery

Your handwritten notes are quickly and easily converted into text.

FAQs

How does the Logitech io digital pen work with digital paper to capture handwriting?
When using digital pen and paper, a tiny camera in the pen registers the pen's movement across the grid surface on the paper and stores it as series of map coordinates. These coordinates correspond to the exact location of the page you're writing on.

How much memory does the pen have?
The pen has 2 megabytes (MB) of memory, of which 1 MB is dedicated to storing pen stroke information and paper definitions. The remaining memory is used to store handwritten documents and can be erased when you download your handwritten documents.

How many handwritten pages does the Logitech io hold?
The pen can hold up to 40 pages of handwritten content before needing to download the content to the computer. A page is defined as 29 lines of handwritten text.

Will I lose any of my documents in the pen if the battery dies and I don't recharge it right away?
No, the information is stored in a non-volatile flash memory, meaning the contents remain until you download the documents to the computer or reset the pen using a Master Reset procedure.

What type of ink refills should I use with the pen?
You can get ink cartridge refills at local office supply retailers, provided the refills are ISO 12757-1 D1 compliant.Only use ink refills that do not contain carbon because carbon ink can hide the dot pattern on the paper. You can always purchase ink refills from Logitech that are guaranteed to work with your pen by visiting www.logitechio.com.

Does the cradle have to be plugged into an electrical outlet to work?
Yes. You must make sure that the cradle is plugged in to both an electrical outlet and your PC. You'll know everything is connected properly when the battery status LED indicates that the pen is charging.

Is the pen for left- and right-handed users?
Yes. Whether you are a left- or right-handed user, you can write with the pen.

Do I have to hold the pen in a special way?
You don't have to hold the pen in any special way, but it is important to make sure the pen is positioned so that the sensor is in back of the ink cartridge tip, not in front of or on the side of the ink tip.As long as the sensor is in back of the ink tip, you can tilt it in any direction and the pen will still record your writing.

If my pen is lost, can someone else see the information I've written with it?
No. The information cannot be downloaded without the supplied cradle and AC adapter. However, if your pen, cradle, and power adapter are also lost, then the information can be downloaded.

Does the Logitech io work on a Macintosh?
Currently, the pen is supported only on the PC platform.

Can the memory by upgraded to store more information?
No, the pen's memory capacity has been optimized for its intended use.

How long is the warranty?
The Logitech io features a two-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Ball-point pen that digitally captures everything you write or draw
  • USB cradle lets you download your notes in handwritten form to your PC
  • Files notes and drawings in Word 97 or later
  • Enters appointments and "to do" items into e-mail programs
  • Compatible with Windows 98, Me, 2000, or XP

Reviews (39)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great idea ... hidden costs ... some 'gotchas'
I was an early, frustrated adopter of the A.T. Cross-Pad. The concept was intriguing, and the engineering was an interesting combination of traditional paper, special ink and handwriting recognition software. Where that product fell short, in my opinion, was the painful and frustrating sessions in which you attempted to train the software to recognize your handwriting. A second barrier was the serial interface (USB was on the horizon at the time, but not mainstream). I wrote off the technology (no pun intended) at the time after failing to find a use for the technology, so when Logitech introduced the Personal Digital Pen it seemed time to give technology another chance.

The Logitech Personal Digital Pen makes no claims to transform handwriting into text, which was a major selling point for me. I wanted to scribble notes and get them into a computer in the easiest possible manner. The USB interface that is included makes this easy - merely set the pen in the holder and everything you wrote on your pad is quickly in your computer and faithfully reproduced (in my case, near-illegible handwriting and all). The pen has 2 MB or RAM and can hold approximately 40 pages of notes before you have to upload it to your computer.

Up to this point I was pleased with the device, but did some quick math and discovered that the cost of owning the pen was high - it only works with special electronic pads that are relatively expensive. Currently there are two manufacturers for the paper (3M for the PostIt Notes and Mead for the writing pad). Logitech does claim that any electronic pad that is marked with an "Anoto functionality" logo will work.

The show-stoppers for me, and the reasons why I returned the product were: (1) the pen's software required Internet Explorer (I have it completely removed from my system for security reasons), and (2) also mandates the use of Microsoft's .NET framework (I have privacy and security concerns about that). However, if you use Internet Explorer and are already using the .NET framework with applications such as Hotmail, MSN, etc. you shouldn't have the same issues as I with this aspect of the product. If you can live with the total cost of ownership that is imposed by the requirement for special electronic paper, you will find the Personal Digital Pen to be a handy tool and a great value.

5-0 out of 5 stars Note Keeping Simplified
I was very impressed with how easy this pen was to set up and how quickly it learned my style of writing. As a clergy person I attend several meetings a day, taking notes and trying to keep them organized for filing and for follow up with e-mail etc. I often find myself sorting through papers and note pads trying to find the notes I took on a particular subject etc. Now the process has been made a single rather than a multiple entry process.

With this pen, notes are stored on my computer simply by placing the pen in its cradle. From there the notes are very simple to organize and now the "stack" of paper on my desk remains under control for just one notebook (digital paper) will do the job.

Depending upon the type of entry selected by touching a point on the paper, notes can be addressed for e-mailing, making calendar entries (both using Outlook,)filing as a Word document or sending a post-it note reminder to your desktop. After downloading the notes, etc., by cradling the pen the correct software is loaded: Outlook for calendar, notes and/or e-mail (all ready to ready to deliver), Word files to store, etc., with just some minor tweeking all is ready for sending to the right destination.

I also travel and attend regional meetings. This handy little tool makes followup upon returning home a breeze. This pen is a necessity for those who depend heavily upon their note taking in any line of work. Life is now made simpler with the Logitec io! It is a heart to heart meeting between the world of paper and the digital world.

3-0 out of 5 stars Hard Core User - Business Analyst Review
BACKGROUND:
I use this tool everyday in my work as an IT Business Analyst. I write between 100 and 300 pages of handwritten notes per month - not including those captured on my laptop. My writing includes meeting notes, requirements, process workflows (data and business), planning, ideas, etc. I've been using the product for 3 months.

MY REQUIREMENTS:
#1 - Stop Rework: eliminate re-typing critical handwritten notes into my laptop.
#2 - Easier Access: file notes electronically instead of trying to find notes in the voluminous stacks of folders I'm forced to create and maintain.
#3 - Portablity: need to have my notes with me at all times to be able to recall information quickly.
#4 - Information Sharing: distribute much needed detail information gathered to all parties involved in a project. Provide critical reference information about a project for those who are tasked with future enhancement or maintenance on the software products / services that were developed.

PRODUCT REVIEW:
#1 Stop Rework:
Greatly reduced the amount of re-typing for non-critical information I capture - i.e. information not widely distributed.
For my purposes, notes captured that require wide distribution, need to be converted to text so recipients can read them. The product makes the claim that MyScript Notes will convert words and diagrams into text and objects. The text / object conversion is completely (100%) unusable. It actually takes much longer to make corrections to a 'text/object-converted' page than to completely rewrite the document from the beginning.
#2 Easier Access:
Big improvement. Allows the user to name documents, create folder structures within the IO software and store documents in one place.
#3 Portablity:
If you have a laptop - your notes go with you. For me - this has been a big advantage. I have my formal documents (e.g. Scope, Requirements, Workflow documents, etc.) composed on my laptop and my additional notes with me at all times.
#4 Information Sharing:
Good for team members who you work with daily - i.e. they get used to reading your handwriting. Unusable for distributing to a wider audience because the text/object recoginition is ususable - (i.e. unprofessional sending handwritten notes, users have trouble reading, not good for future reference documents).

SUMMARY:
I call this product a 'Poor Man's Tablet PC.' I continue to use it everyday because it has helped me stop to piles of paper I used to have to organize and store. I have everything in one place now - on my laptop, where I need it. I held off purchasing the IO Pen when it first came out until 'text/object' recognition was available. When it did become available - I bought it. I couldn't have been more disappointed with this critical feature (text/object recognition), and have vehemently let both Logitech and MyScript know about the critical requirement to make this feature usable - no action to date. If they solve this problem - it will be hard for me to justify the need for a Tablet PC.

3-0 out of 5 stars Logitech io Digital Pen reviewed
Logitech has produced a truly innovative product, the io Digital Pen. Rather than struggle in the effort to create a paperless society, many companies have tried in the past decade, Logitech is trying to marry the two technologies. The io Digital Pen is a great idea, targeted specifically for students and designers who do a lot of writing and sketching, but still find having a digital copy of their document handy. Its features as a pen are great, however, the digital aspect still requires some work. Read on to see what we thought of the pen...
(full review @ bytesector.com)

3-0 out of 5 stars Works for me
I work as a salesperson and frequently take notes in the field based on client visits and phone calls. The question becomes, what do I do with all of it? Either I leave it in my notebooks, and worry about losing / damaging them, or I get home and re-type them every single night.

Or I get a $2000 tablet.

That's what I thought until I saw this. Now I have to admit, I was reluctant at first. I had a terrible experience with Logitech before involving their Bluetooth headset. It didn't work well. They said I could return it without an RMA. I did. Then they said I had been misinformed and did need an RMA. Tech support and customer service pointed fingers at each other for weeks. In the end, I spent $100 and had nothing. Nice.

Well, this is a good segue into one of the drawbacks to this pen - customer support.

See, I can't figure out how to have multiple pages in the same file. You know, you take notes on several pages and want them all to be in the same file. Sounds easy, right? Well, there were no directions (online or hard copy) to address this. So, I wrote customer service. I got an auto-email stating that I would have a reply within 24 hours.

After two weeks, I have never heard from Logitech.

In short, their customer service is abismal. If you buy this, do so in spite of customer support, not because of it.

How does it work? Pretty well! But understand that the pen is fairly big (doesn't bother me). Also, I am not interested in handwriting recognition (mine is way too sloppy to allow this function).

On that note, handwriting recognition is limited. Ones and I's are very often confused.

But this pen accomplishes my simple, single objective - to take notes and have them upload into a Word document. That's all. No text editing. No hand writing recognition.

So, if that sounds good to you, you'll be happy with this pen, just don't expect much help from Logitech customer service. ... Read more


60. Logitech ClickSmart 820 DualCam
list price: $179.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006OMZ6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 9067
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • True 2.1 MP and VGA resolution for high-quality photos and emails
  • Tag, sync, and share your images with QuickSend
  • Short video clips with sound to capture spontaneous moments
  • Expandable memory slot for more great photos and videos
  • Add a new dimension to your instant messages with live video

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars problems
hey,,Im back... I was happy with this for one day when taking the first pics., then this cam started displaying lots of colors and lines on the screen, and making lots of noises got crazy,,, had to send it back and get my money back. that's it using flash, drains batteries in less than 9 pics.. I may got a defected one but hopefully you are luckier than me

3-0 out of 5 stars not really good
this review is the same than the next up

4-0 out of 5 stars Only one reason for one less star..........
NO INSTRUCTIONS!! Well, no sufficient instructions....it's basically a "you figure it out" kinda camera. Don't let this hinder you if you are considering buying this camera, though...because with the digital technology the way it is now...it's no problem at all to figure the buttons out.
Two years ago, i bought a $400.00 digital camera and brought it back because i hated it....couldn't move the slightest bit because the pictures came out blurry...could hardly breath when you were snapping a picture!! The Logitech 820 takes AWESOME digital pictures!! Better than the 400 dollar camera i had bought!!
It also takes really good still shots from the webcam itself...such high quality and definition. I have yet to use the webcam capabilities, but i'm sure i won't be disappointed.
The main reason i bought this camera was for the "digital camera" mode. I really wasn't expecting the quality i received for the price i paid. My advice for someone who doesn't want to shell out the big bucks for a digital camera.....is to buy this Logitech 820. You will NOT be disappointed. I do also agree with the suggestion of the first reviewer....buy yourself a bigger memory card...and some extra AAA batteries!! You'll be snapping pictures like a fool with this camera!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to use and high resolution for picture.
This camera is easy to use and better than another brand of camerea I have use before. I used to own Vivitar Vivicam 3625 2.1MP Digital Camera but it was diffcult to use. The button on the camera was hard to use. I am so glad that I got this camera and get rid of my Vivitar camera. Logitech Clicksmart 820 is a little heavier than other type camera such as the model I just mention earlier from Vivitar. Overall is not too bad. The downside about this camera, well, not just this camera but this goes to a lot of camera, is the internal memory is pretty smart. It has 8 MB of internal memory, which if you're really going on a trip and use this camera to take picture at 1600 by 1200 then I would suggest you need to buy at least 64MB of SmartMedia Card. According to Logitech information said this camera can take 12 pictures in 1600 by 1200 in 8 MB but from what I have test out the camera. It actually can take up 18 pictures in 1600 by 1200. I have add on a 128 MB SmartMedia Card for my camera so I can actually take picture in 1600 by 1200 app. 280 or a little more pictures, which to me that is a lot of picture!!!!-- If you're taking picture in 640 by 480, that'll be over 1000 pictures. I don't think I will ever reach the max. since I don't take picture very often.

Some information show in the logitech camera is not 100% correct. For example the camera has a timer setup and it is 10 sec. timer, but it is actually about 15 second before it takes the picture even though 10 sec. is what it'll shows on your LCD screen from your camera. Also the number that showed how many pictures you have left to take isn't correct either. Let's just say you'll 12 pictures show on your LCD is available for you take to pictures. but you can actually take up 18 pictures before it reachs the 0. It wasn't too bad since it only showed less pictures which you can take more than what it showed better than showing more pictures to take but endup taking fewer pictures than it showed. Overall I would strongly recommend Clicksmart 820 from other brand of camera that is similar to this one and also those previous model of clicksmart camera as well. ClickSmart 820 has LCD color screen, quicksend, 2x precision digital zoom and external SmartMedia memory slot (for more memory for your camera) that does not has from it older model of ClickSmart. Buy smart and use smart with ClickSmart 820. Except one thing I forget to mention, this camera also has a video mode for recording video in 320 by 240 in digital camera and 640 by 280 in webcam. If you ask. is it a good video recorder? Well, I will have to say don't count on it. The video mode is nice to play around but don't expect your video to be as good as a real video camera. Since video mode will not have flash light on, it will need a place that has a lot of light for it to work a little better. Even though Logitech did not say this is a 3 in 1 camera use, they're somehow consider as 3 in 1 and personally to me, I will only consider 2 in 1 only, which are digital camera and webcam. Video mode is useless to me because of its low resolution and no flash light on even though this camera has microphone build in. Then again if you're looking for similar camera that has 3 in 1 in perfect quality of both pictures and videos, I would have to say that is no such camera can do that. (At least not right now). This camera is great for personal use but not great for professional use. ... Read more


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