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81. Labtec Mini Wireless Optical Mouse
$223.99 list()
82. Logitech 965121-0000 Logitech
$18.24 $15.59 list($19.95)
83. Logitech Ladybug Kids Optical
$41.99 list($49.95)
84. Logitech Cordless Click! Plus
85. Logitech QuickCam Pro 4000 Web
$34.46 list($49.99)
86. Logitech Flight Force Joystick
$26.99 $13.89 list($24.99)
87. Logitech 961402-0403 Quickcam
$35.89 list($39.95)
88. Logitech 931172-0403 Cordless
89. Ps2 Cordless Controller
$119.73 list($149.95)
90. Logitech 961305-0403Pocket Digital
$41.99 list()
91. Mediaplay Cordless Mouse
92. Logitech Driving Force Wheel
$22.99 $20.66 list()
93. Logitech Notebook Optical Mouse
$9.09 $8.89 list($9.99)
94. Logitech Precision Gamepad (963335-0403)
$18.48 $14.00 list($24.99)
95. Labtec WebCam - USB (961307-0403)
$13.24 $12.49 list()
96. Logitech Precision Controller
$110.00 list($149.95)
97. Logitech ClickSmart 510 Dual-Mode
$59.99 list($99.99)
98. Logitech Z-3i 3-Piece Speaker
$47.95 list($129.99)
99. Logitech QuickCam Traveler
$16.72 $13.00 list()
100. Logitech 963291-0403 Attack 3

81. Labtec Mini Wireless Optical Mouse (911531-0403)
list price: $29.99
our price: $23.99
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Asin: B000098VQS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Labtec
Sales Rank: 1143
Average Customer Review: 3.88 out of 5 stars
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  • Wireless mouse that works with portable computers
  • Advanced 800-dpi optical technology
  • Scroll wheel enables easy navigation through documents
  • Requires available USB port
  • two-year limited warranty

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfectly great
This mouse is perfectly great. Like the other have said, it is accurate, easy to maneuver (great for gamers), and battery conserving. It automatically switches to conserving mode when you do not use it for some time (like screensaver of the monitor), it blinks instead of continuous emitting light. In case, you want to conserve even more energy, plug the receiver back and it would be turned off.

The in-the-mouse receiver is an innovative design. Absolutely great for all those who use laptops. People who use desktop would also love the idea of turning off the mouse while keeping the receiver ready in place in case you need to dash out of the house.

I have a desktop and a laptop and all what I have to do is to plug in the receiver. When I finish just turn it off and in the morning I am ready to go again.

About the battery, it is true that all wireless optical mice consume lots of batteries. However, a charger would solve the problem nicely. Make sure you have 4 AAA batteries so that when you charge 2 you have 2 other to use.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice Mouse
This mouse is awsome. The dpi is good....battery life is great and you don't misplace the receiver when traveling; because it GOES INSIDE THE MOUSE.

Ben (one of the reviewers). You put the wireless receiver inside the mouse to turn it off.

Anyway...good mouse for traveling

2-0 out of 5 stars Nice mouse. Eats batteries
Nice mouse with a compact reciever and a clever design for storing it inside the mouse. But it burns through batteries. Even taking them out at night, only got ~10 days use. And no off switch!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best mini optical mouse with 800 dpi
I have used several wireless optical mice including MX700, MS, Targus PAWM10U/PAWM20U, and this one. Labtec is certainly outperform others. Especially 800 dpi. The cursor pointing accuracy is a typical problem in all wireless optical mice. with 800 dpi, MX700 and this Labtec are the best in comparison. The mini Labtec is more suitable for travelers.

5-0 out of 5 stars This Mouse is Great
I can't believe that the overall rating for this mouse is only 3 out of 5 stars! I've owned one for about 6 months, and I absolutely love it. It has good ergonomics, the battery life is comperable to other wireless optical mice, and it's extremely portable. 5 out of 5 stars.

I have a logitech mx700 mouse om my desk at home, but I needed something that I could throw into my laptop bag and bring with me on trips and to my office. The thing that originally attracted me to this mouse is the fact that the usb receiver actually folds into the underside of the mouse. No cords, wires, or parts to keep track of. When the receiver is stored in the mouse it turns the mouse off, conserving battery power. When you remove the receiver it turns the mouse on and it's ready to use. If you are running Windows XP you won't need to install any drivers either.

As with most optical mice that I've owned, this one works well on most surfaces, including my desk or my pant leg.

This mouse is really a must-have for anyone with a laptop. ... Read more

82. Logitech 965121-0000 Logitech IO2 Travel Cradle 10

our price: $223.99
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Asin: B0006FS22C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 49645
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83. Logitech Ladybug Kids Optical Mouse( 931266-0403 )
list price: $19.95
our price: $18.24
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Asin: B0002MRN6A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 3821
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  • Two-thirds the size of a standard Logitech mouse
  • Optical sensor works without a mouse pad
  • Works right out of the box
  • Reliable performance
  • Three-year limited hardware warranty

84. Logitech Cordless Click! Plus Optical Mouse (921173-0403)
list price: $49.95
our price: $41.99
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Asin: B0002GRQTA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 25779
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  • Three customizable buttons, including wheel button
  • Advanced radio technology ranges up to 2 meters
  • Optical technology with no mouse pad needed
  • Internet forward/back buttons
  • Supports USB and PS/2 interfaces

85. Logitech QuickCam Pro 4000 Web Cam

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Asin: B00007FS0J
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 6221
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86. Logitech Flight Force Joystick - PS2 (963318-0403)
list price: $49.99
our price: $34.46
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Asin: B0001Q5SL4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 857
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  • Twist handle provides precise rudder control and it locks when not needed
  • Multiple hand grip positions
  • Seven action buttons
  • High-precision throttle controls
  • Stable, weighted base

87. Logitech 961402-0403 Quickcam Chat
list price: $24.99
our price: $26.99
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Asin: B00077IGZ2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 11222
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description


The Logitech QuickCam® Chat is the easy way to get started with video instant messaging or live video calling. When used along with the included headset, its perfect for instantly seeing and hearing loved ones online. It works with all popular instant messenger applications including AOL® Instant Messenger, MSN® Messenger and Yahoo!® Messenger, and even comes with two image editing applications so you can save and share those special moments.

The QuickCam Chat captures up to 30 frames per second for smooth live video, and its high-quality CMOS sensor provides up to 640x480 resolution for crisp images. The package includes a multi-purpose swivel base and a six-foot USB cable for flexible placement, and the classic Logitech design fits well in any home setting.


  • Live video up to 640 x 480 pixels (enhanced resolution)
  • Still image capture: up to 640 x 480 pixels
  • High quality CMOS sensor
  • 30 frames per second live video (with recommended system)
  • USB 2.0 certified
  • Manual focus
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Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Awful Picture Quality
After 2 days testing it I quit.
It is definately a camera not worth buying. You can get the same results with those cameras selling for $5.

If you really need a webcam (what for?), than save some more and get a QuickCam Pro or something alike. Most of the digital cameras now have the webcam feature, so maybe your best bet would be to acquire one.

1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of JUNK
This is the first and the last product I buy from Logitech. The picture IS VERY GRAINY AND PIXELATED. Also the colors are AWFUL. I have looked at my friends' cameras and ALL of them (at the same price level) have a much better picture quality. This camera is really, really bad. It looks like the first cameras introduced years ago. It worths no more than 2 or 3 bucks.Logitech: NEVER more! ... Read more

88. Logitech 931172-0403 Cordless Click! Optical Mouse (Blue Satin)
list price: $39.95
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Asin: B0002H0CA4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 18334
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  • Fast RF cordless technology
  • Sculpted shape fits either left or right hand
  • Advanced optical sensor delivers smooth, trouble-free operation
  • Handy Quick Switch button
  • Fingertip scroll wheel

89. Ps2 Cordless Controller

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Asin: B00006B9CK
Catlog: Video Games
Sales Rank: 3641
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (21)

5-0 out of 5 stars The BEST Ps2 controller period.
I always liked the quality of Logitechs products and wanted the convenience of a wireless when playing my games in bed so I didn't hesitate to purchase this. Very good quality, feels good in the hands with just the right amount of weight to it. Sturdy and well made. some guys here complained about broken analog sticks but I think the problems were due to them just being a bit abusive with their stuff. These are very well made. I have an updated model slightly different from the picture. Logitech must have responded to the complaints of hands slipping off the analog sticks. The new controller has black rubberized sticks that are not concave. The only complaint I have is the placing of the select and start button so close to the analog sticks. Requires a little bit of dexterity in the fingers! Other than that this is a superb wireless. A

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good product.
I bought this product to solve 2 problems:
1) My dog chewed up 3 of my DualShock2 controller wires.
2) Messy controller wires in the living room.

Overall I am very pleased with this product. Basically, install the batteries which are included then you are ready to go. I played few hours and found that responses were very good. I didn't notice any drop out in signal or delays. I can now lie comfortable in bed without all the wires or having to yell at my dog for getting near the wire. D-pad is very comfortable to use. I used the D-pad more than the analog stick.

There are some complaints. 1) As you can imagine from holding 4-AA batteries, this thing is big. If you have small hands, you may have hard time holding this comfortably. 2) Analog stick is very slippery. I am considering putting two-sided tape on it because my finger kept slipping off the stick. 3) Because of the size L&R buttons are hard to reach if you have small or medium sized hands. 4)Analog stick response is not as good as DualShock 2. That's common to all third party controllers for Playstation. It's much more sensitive. This may be due lack of grip on the stick.

Ergonomically, there are some problems but it's works well. It's the only real choice for wireless PS2 controller.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great , but Some lost signals or broken buttons
When I first got this, I loved it. I've had it for about a year. So, I was playing a racing game, and I was holding the X to go and then suddenly, I slowed down. After that it still didn't work so good. It even happened in other games. I even tried changing the batteries. This is still a great controller because it only does it sometimes.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not strong enough....
Mine has broken twice, left analog stick broken (always forces the movement down). Can't recommend without an insurance policy, the product is just too weak.

Update: Another one of these broke on me. The left analog stick gets "stuck" in the down position and there is a fine white dust eveident arount the base of the analog stick. I'd say stay away from this one, which is too bad because it is quite responsive and has good battery life. One other thing, the controller will quit responding if too close to a ringing 2.4 GHZ cordless phone.

1-0 out of 5 stars BUYER BEWARE!!!


90. Logitech 961305-0403Pocket Digital 130 Camera
list price: $149.95
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Asin: B0000D8IS4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 1078
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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  • Shoot up to 130 photos at a time with 16MB of memory
  • Capture memories both indoors and outdoors with the built-in flash
  • Download the images to your computer with a single click
  • Connect it easily to the USB port of your PC or Mac
  • Enjoy enough battery life to power hundreds of pictures between full recharges

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great pocket size digital!
I needed a pocket size digital camera that I could easily take with me anywhere. I have a 5 year old Sony Mavica that is my workhorse, and it's a great camera, but way to big and bulky for carefree snapshots. After lots of searching and procrastinating I bought this one based on the price, portability, rechargeble internal lithium ion battery, and good reviews. I am greatly pleased with my choice.

It is easy to use, takes very nice photos, is very portable (about the size of a business card and less than an inch thick) and looks and feels nice too, with its brushed stainless, slide open case. It fires up almost instantly, no waiting like with my Mavica. It is compatible with both PC and Mac, and on my Mac I didn't need to use the software that came with it. I just plugged it in (the USB cable also comes with it) and my computer asked if I would like IPhoto to download the pics. 10 seconds later I was done, and the camera was busily recharging the battery through the USB cable. The lithium ion battery does not exhibit the memory affect, i.e. you can recharge it before it is fully discharged without it affecting battery life. SLICK!

This camera does not do it all, there aren't any bells and whistles, just the important basics like a timer function, flash, and choice of 2 format sizes. It also can take up to 188 small format shots without needing a download. For me it's the perfect little portable camera for web and smaller format print photos. What it does, it does very well.

2-0 out of 5 stars Does not live up to the hype
I bought this camera after reading positive reviews on amazon and the web. Don't believe the reviews. The camera is on its way back to amazon as I type this. It is not worth the money.

The pictures come out good if you can hold the camera still long enough for the camera to take the picture. You push the shutter release and have to wait 2-3 seconds before you can move.

Also, the lens is not "true." You have to be pointing the camera perfectly at what you want to get what you think you are getting. No room for error.

4-0 out of 5 stars great camera
This is by far the best 1.3 megapixel camera I have owned and extremely convenient too.It's small and strong enough to carry in any pocket all the time ready for quick use.The power and shoot time
is about 2 seconds with 1 second between subsequent shots.As long as you have reasonably steady hands the picture quality outdoors or under fluorescent lights is excellent.Indoors in poor lighting its a little harder to judge flash distance for good results.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Little Camera
This is a good little camera. Very easy to use, and the shots I took were pretty good. Indoor and close up shots are a little tricky, but overall a great prurchase.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Little Camera
Win an award with this camera I think not, however for what it represents itself to be it delivers. The camera is about as simple as it can get, just point and shoot, the included software is very user friendly and helpful. If your looking for a secondary camera to carry with you for those unplanned, photo opportunities this one is definitely worth considering. The cost is well worth the camera, which is in its on very well made metal cover, and is not only very compact, but nice looking as well ... Read more

91. Mediaplay Cordless Mouse

our price: $41.99
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Asin: B00084O46E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 19862
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92. Logitech Driving Force Wheel

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Asin: B00005NJZJ
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Logitech
Sales Rank: 1068
Average Customer Review: 3.43 out of 5 stars
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This PlayStation2 steering wheel supports Gran Turismo 3, F1 2001, Motor Mayhem, NASCAR Heat 2002, The Simpsons: Road Rage, Test Drive, and many other racing games. The wheel lets you feel the road, the handling of the car, and bumps, walls, and crashes like never before. Rubber hand grips provide comfort and precise steering control. The product includes two wheel-mounted paddles, a D-pad, action buttons, a dual clamping system with lap attachment, and realistic pedals.

The D-pad provides convenient control of menu selections, views, and other standard directional pad controls in driving games. Four action buttons on the wheel rim provide quick access to car control functions and menu selections. You can use the two wheel-mounted paddles as gear shifters when pedals are connected or as gas and brake controls when pedals are disconnected. Four action buttons on the wheel spokes act as the L1, L2, R1, and R2 buttons of a standard PlayStation2 controller. The dual clamping system holds the wheel base tight and secure, and is easy to tighten and loosen for quick installation and removal. The lap attachment provides a stable mounting surface for comfort and control when you are seated away from a table. The weighted base prevents pedals from slipping around. This product comes with a one-year manufacturer's warranty. ... Read more

Reviews (28)

3-0 out of 5 stars Ok Wheel
Well, this wheel did not meet my expectations. I evaluated it by playing Gran Turismo 3 A-Spec. The Force Feedback feels unrefined, sometimes it feels like its pulling for no reason. When you hit the ripple pads (red and white lines) the feedback is inconsistent, sometimes you feel it, sometimes you don't. The shifters are neat, however you can't use them while cornering. If you are coming out of a corner and try to downshift its very cumbersome. The wheel doesn't feel real enough for me to justify the (current price). It does work with the PC though as I used it with Midtown Madness 2. No Force feedback on the PC however. Even after I tried installing the drivers for logitech's other PC force wheels. Overall, the wheel is good, has reasonable feedback, good embedded PS2 controls and paddle shifters.

4-0 out of 5 stars Wheels can be tricky..this one's great!!!
Often times, switching to a driving wheel from a regular controller can seem strange. You connect a wheel controller to your computer or console, and you expect it to FEEL exactly like driving. Let's face it, that's a tall order. But the Logitech Force Feedback wheel is REALLY good. I just purchased Gran Turismo 3 for Playstation 2, and this wheel works great with it. Compared to other wheels, this one doesn't oversteer and you get to use the whole range of motion, rather that just being able to use a small arc of the steering wheel's movement. The feedback feels accurate, when the car slides you feel a loss of traction - when it bites, you feel it. I'm going back to racing now...

5-0 out of 5 stars Great addition to PS2
Bought this wheel after using a Logitech wheel for the PC and loved it, ... Feed back is a little inconsistant while taking large corners but you have to remember, this is a game not real life. Wheel response is more than acceptable for making your PS2 driving games more realistic ... Logitech pedal base could be bigger with better grip for whatever floor it is on. Based from my personal experience, if you are stuck ... buy the Logitech and let the wanna-be's have the Madcatz. The logitech is well worth the extra [money].1-0 out of 5 stars waste of time and money!!!!!!!
first of all i bought this wheel on recomendation, and i regret it. you will try to go in a straight line gran turismo and you will end up some where in the grass, i gar-on-tee it. this wheel has ruined my life dont let it ruin yours, the only thing that was kind of cool about the wheel was the force feedback but it just gets annoying after a few laps. dont buy this wheel!!!!!!!!!!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars Logitech Force Feedback Wheel For The PS2
I was a little disipointed with this product. I had a higher expectation that this product was going to be like real racing, sorry to say fokes, but, force feedback only simulates real life force feedback it does not give real life justice. Other than that the wheel was ok, it deffinetly made my racing experiance a little more interesting that trying to race with a flimsy joy-stick. If there is anyone out there reading this review and thinks i am wrong, than please, after using the force feedback wheel, race in a gocart at masimum speed on a dirt road, or, race a nascar like vehicle sports car and you will understand what i am saying. ... Read more

93. Logitech Notebook Optical Mouse Plus ( 931261-0403 )

our price: $22.99
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Asin: B0002MRLLW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 2451
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  • Compact, shock-resistant, mobile optical mouse
  • Integrated cord-wrap
  • All-terrain optical sensor
  • USB connection for Windows and Mac
  • Three-year manufacturer's guarantee

94. Logitech Precision Gamepad (963335-0403)
list price: $9.99
our price: $9.09
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Asin: B00030AX3Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 5733
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95. Labtec WebCam - USB (961307-0403)
list price: $24.99
our price: $18.48
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Asin: B00008XYG2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Labtec
Sales Rank: 3155
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  • 352 x 288 video and photo resolution
  • Microphone required for sending audio
  • USB 1.1 interface
  • Includes IM and motion detection software
  • Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, Me, and XP

96. Logitech Precision Controller for Xbox (963309-0403)

our price: $13.24
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Asin: B00009OY9V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 978
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Best Xbox controller hands down...
If the controller S is too small for your liking, and the original (the Duke) is too large and ungainly, try this one out. It is perfectly sized for the hands of a medium to large sized American male. Some might not like the fact that the analog sticks are a little bit loose, but I love it. The triggers are large and well sculpted, and there are grooves for your middle fingers that provide a tight and comfortable grip. This is the only contoller I use anymore. I have two extra still in the packaging so I'll never run out. Asthetically, it is the coolest looking Xbox controller as well. ... Read more

97. Logitech ClickSmart 510 Dual-Mode Camera
list price: $149.95
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Asin: B00005TS6M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 11783
Average Customer Review: 3.93 out of 5 stars
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Take digital still photos and video with audio with this all-in-one imaging solution. Including an 8 MB memory card, built-in microphone, flash, and all the software you need to get started creating and editing your own videos and pictures, this would make a great present for anyone entering the world of digital photography.

You can take still photos up to 1,280 x 960 resolution with software scaling, or 640 x 480 true resolution. Video captured on the go can be sized at 320 x 240 at 15 frames per second, but when attached to your computer through a USB cable, you can capture video at 30 frames per second at 640 x 480 resolution.

QuickSync USB cable allows you to connect the ClickSmart 510 to your computer to transfer your pictures and videos or to use the ClickSmart 510 as a full-functioned Web camera. Make live video calls to your friends and family, and broadcast video straight from your computer to the World Wide Web.

The ClickSmart 510 comes with an impressive array of software for video and photo editing, including motion-detect software to automatically start recording video when your camera detects movement. A trial membership to SpotLife is also included for broadcasting video on the Web.

Additional accessories include a wrist strap for secure handling, four AAA batteries to get you started right away, an adjustable swivel base for stationary video recording, and an 8 MB SmartMedia removable memory card.

Logitech offers a two-year warranty on the ClickSmart 510 digital camera. ... Read more


  • 320 x 240 video resolution and 1280 x 960 photo resolution
  • Built-in microphone
  • USB 1.1 interface
  • Includes a full suite of camera utility software
  • Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, Me, and XP

Reviews (29)

4-0 out of 5 stars Not for everyone
If you don't have a digital camera, have no immediately plan to invest a big chunk of money into "real" digital camera, but you're looking to buy a webcam. If the descriptions fit you, then this handy little gizmo provides a perfect solution for all your imaging needs. As a webcam, it provides solid quality and idiot-proof usability of a traditional Logitech webcam. You just plug in the USB cable, install the software, and up you go (no extra power source is needed for the webcam feature). I tested mine with MSN Messenger and Yahoo Messenger, and it worked just fine with both programs. As a digital cam, all you have to do is yank out the USB cable, load 4 AAA batteries, and point-and-shoot. The bundled 8MB flash stores up to 121 1,280 x 960 or 640 x 480 still images, 184 320X240 images, or a number of video clips (the amount of video can be stored depends on resolution and the length of the clip). When you're finished, plug the USB cable back, with one push of the "Sync" button, everything on the flash are downloaded to your computer. It's that simple. No fuss at all. The stills produced by the camera are, by no means, professional. They are not even print-quality, for that matter. But the pictures are good enough for emails or webpages.

I hear people complaining that the camera does not have a LCD display, the resolution for stills is too low (1280x960 is achieved by software enhancement, native max. res. is only 640x480), no zooming, and things of that sort. But come on, you can't really expect a 100 dollar camera performs like a 500 digital camera. In short, this is a camera for those who need a decent webcam and also a simple point-and-shoot for occasional low-quality stills. For those who want a high quality, high-end digital camera, have 800 bucks ready and look elsewhere. For those who already have a high-end digital camera but need a webcam, also move on, there are much cheaper webcams that perform at par with ClickSmart 510. I hope this helps.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera for the money!
I just bought the Logitech ClickSmart 510 Digital Camera and I think it's great. It takes great pictures for the price. If you are a true photographer I would NOT reccomend this camera to you. This camera is simply good for a first digital camera or people looking to take pictures to email or post on a website. It also doubles as a webcam. It's quality from that stand point is pretty nice. It also stores up to 90 seconds of low res. video which is good for capturing the amusment park ride or a trip down the waterslide. The button on the front of the camera is great for uploading pictures in a snap. On the downside, the camera doesn't have a zoom feature or a picture preview but other than that I can say this is a great camera for the money, and I am very happy with my purchuse. :-D

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to Use, Good Value
This is the first camera I bought to use as a webcam. I bought it specifically to communicate with my family while deployed. But since it also can be used as a regular digital camera, although not the same quality, I got more than just a webcam. The pictures I took seem to be just great quality anyhow.

Without getting into technical stuff which I don't have time to understand, I'd say one the greatest strengths of this camera is it's ease of use. You could say it really is plug and play. I put in the batteries, inserted the disk and connected the cord. Then it loads up pretty easy. I got an account thru Yahoo Messenger and in no time I was able to see and talk to my wife and son. In fact the hardest part was talking to my wife about how to connect her camera.

The camera seems well designed. It feels solid, durable, not delicate. It uses regular AAA batteries, even comes with optional sound. That's useful if you ever wonder -- did the picture take? The stand that makes it a webcam is maneuverable and practical -- you can set it just how you want.

I think it is a good value, but you may find a better price elsewhere.

4-0 out of 5 stars Web Cam Only
I primarly baught this as a webcam, to chat with my friends and family, while living overseas. It has been fabulous as a webcam, and so far I'm pleased with the way it performs. I also baught one for my father,and he has been pleased with his as well. However, I've had issues with the media card that came with it. I only took one picture with mine (several with my fathers), and now it won't work. I went to the FAQ page for logitech and apparently it's a normal problem. They claim I have to have the card replaced. I'm not greatly bothered by this, as I was planning on getting a larger card anyway, but until I do, the fact that the camera is a dual mode means nothing. This is the reason I only give it four stars. However, my dad hasn't had any problems with his, so I'd recommend this camera to anyone. In fact, I already have.
Also,as a digital camera, don't expect anything spectacular. If you wan't a great digital picture, get a great digital camera. I baught this to give myself a clear picture when chatting online, not to get a great picture.

3-0 out of 5 stars Logitech ClickSmart 510
- too big.
- the stand is hard to adjust and mine broke, so i cant adjust it at all. the camera is so heavy that it just leans down because the stand cant even keep it up anymore.
- when it's not connected to the computer, the flash sucks. it's too bright when you take a picture. everything is white.
- the settings and coloring aren't that good.

+ clear pictures
+ portable
... etc. ... Read more

98. Logitech Z-3i 3-Piece Speaker System (Silver)
list price: $99.99
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B0002GRU1Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 4386
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  • Innovative home audio-inspired design with stylish brushed aluminum face and removable grille
  • Dynamic, real-time bass equalization maximizes bass response while minimizing distortion
  • Award winning and patented Logitech pressure driver subwoofer technology
  • Set up the speakers easily with the help of color-coded audio cables
  • Includes wired remote

99. Logitech QuickCam Traveler
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00005ASFL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 27508
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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QuickCam Traveler is a PC video camera that doubles as a portable digital still camera. When attached to the PC, QuickCam Traveler becomes a high-quality VGA camera with a CCD sensor that provides enhanced image quality. In attached mode, the unit features a built-in microphone for natural communication and is capable of recording video at up to 30 frames per second. Send video e-mail to family and friends complete with sound, music, and special effects with the included fully functional versions of MGI's VideoWave III SE video editing and PhotoSuite III SE image editing software.

When detached from the PC, the camera can store up to 60 high-resolution images (640 x 480) or 180 low-resolution images (320 x 240). The camera's control panel allows you to easily snap, save, and delete pictures. With the easy one-button QuickSync feature, you can quickly transfer the pictures to the PC. Other features include a self timer, macro setting, and resolution adjustment.

QuickCam Traveler uses a USB connection and is compatible with Windows 98, 2000, and Me. QuickCam Traveler also includes the SmartClip accessory that allows you to attach the camera to a laptop or flat-panel monitor. The QuickCam Traveler comes with a two-year limited warranty. ... Read more


  • PC video camera and portable digital camera in one
  • Stores up to 60 high-resolution or 180 low-resolution images
  • One-button QuickSync instantly transfers images into your computer
  • Built-in microphone
  • Powered USB interface with 6.5-foot cable

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Logitech Traveler (A great Deal)
The Logitech Traveler is a great web cam! I saw a $1500 Sony Mavica used as a web cam The immage was not as good as this little gem. I took it to The Hoover Dam. Some of the Pics were really good and some were not but who cares. U can snap so many, Just click and then u can delete the junk. I have had so many compliments on the quality. I operate on a 1 gig Athlon with 384MB or memory dial up with Windows ME. Yes the Photos taken at your PC are really great. I have never had any problems with the software . After reading the reviews I am afraid to download any new Upgrades. I see other people on cam. They ask me the brand name because they say the immage is such quality!!!! Thumbs up Here

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for multi-function but quality only "ok"
I bought this product from ...[price] based on the reviews and the editor's choice .... The outstanding features of this camera is 1. Easy to use, you can take pictures on the way home since batteries are included. Built in microphone, you don't need an extra cord for microphone. 2. Quality is ok for indoor shooting. 3. Price is acceptable. However, there are some shortcoming: 1. No flash, that make your pictures look too dark and no details. 2. No good for outdoor, this camera tend to misjudge the sunlight so most pictures are worst than ones took indoor. And also no good for objects with distance.
After think carefully and did some study on the internet. I decided to return this product. Because most of the time I would use it to shoot as a digital camera. Maybe only once a week doing some video conference. I found one which can meet my need better---"Fujifilm FinPix A101... These are my experience looking for a "not expensive" but quality more than acceptable, "pc-cam" feature, flash light. Hope this review would help those who has similar needs.

3-0 out of 5 stars Worked after WEB Software Download
After installation, some functions worked, but was unable to download digital still photos. Finally went to Logitech WEB and downloaded latest software, performed Drive Image prior to installation of downloaded software and executed download. Now able to download digital still photos successfully. Software that came with WEB cam doesn't perform, even crashed my system. Logitech should also provide Technical Support Numbers for frustrated customers in the User Guide. Logitech also put disclaimer on 'latest download software', which didn't give me a warm fuzzy...but I was doing a Drive Image, so I have a fall back position.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Buy
The QuickCam Traveler is one of the most satisfying purchases I have made in a long time -- and well worth the price. I was in the market to purchase a simple WebCam, but when I laid eyes on the Traveler I was hooked. USB makes connecting very simple and the fact that it runs on Windows 2000 was a major plus for me. It has an attractive design to it (as opposed to the Intel Pocket PC Camera, which I wouldn't be caught dead carrying). The built in microphone works awesome and frees up extra wires running around my desk. In addition to an adjustable desktop stand, it also includes a SmartClip, which allows the camera to be attached to a laptop or flatscreen monitor.

The Logitech software included is great. Everything integrates nicely together and, as opposed to a lot of packaged software, the applications are actually very useful. I had the camera up and running in less than 30 minutes and a WebCam online shortly after. Streaming video is simple as is video email. The pictures snapped when connected to the PC are excellent.

I had planned on purchasing a WebCam and the Traveler gets 5 stars in that area. The fact that it also detaches and works as a stand-alone digital camera is an added bonus for me. As a digital camera, the Traveler holds 60 Hi-Res pictures (640x480) or 240 Lo-Res (320x240)! I probably would have given it 5 stars if it had a built-in flash, but my only major disappointment is that it is difficult to take good clear pictures as a stand-alone camera. There are two slider positions for distant and close shots with a "middle" setting for those shots somewhere in between. Probably with a little practice I'll have that part of it mastered, though.

All in all, I think the camera is worth the money and have no disappointments about the purchase.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very cool PC cam/digital camera combo that performs!
I upgraded to the QuickCam Traveler from an Intel PC cam that wouldn't work with Windows 2000. Needless to say that while this model is at the high-end pricewise, it really performs and has features galore including a built-in microphone and motion-activated video capture! As a PC video camera, this model is a 5-star model packed with features, however I give it an overall 4-1/2 star rating due to its limited capabilities as a digital camera.

As a video camera, close-up snapshots are clear and crisp at 640x480. Video captured at the ideal 320x200 was perfectly smooth, unlike the horribly choppy video I got from the Intel camera (forget about video at 640x480 ... USB just can't handle this kind of throughput).

I didn't buy the camera for its portable digital camera capabilities, so I consider this a nice bonus. As a digital camera, it's extremely easy to use, but you don't get a flash, zoom or autofocus. The biggest problem I noticed was difficulty in getting distance shots to be in focus. There is a small slider on the front that allows you to set the focus between close-up and distance shots. The manual claims that you really only have to set it to one of the two extremes, but I found that in order to get ideal focus, I had to set the slider somewhere in between -- a minor setback that I think I can adapt to.

The software is fantastic ... very elegant and integrated into a single interface ... and it's compatible with all current versions of Windows (98, ME, 2000) unlike Intel . There's even a feature to do stop-motion animations, web cam broadcasts and video emails. In short, Logitech comes through again with another stylish winner that will have the competitors envious! ... Read more

100. Logitech 963291-0403 Attack 3 Joystick

our price: $16.72
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Asin: B0000ALFC5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 5668
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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  • 11 programmable buttons
  • Rapid-fire trigger
  • Right- or left-handed operation

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Solid Joystick, Heavy Base, Good Feel, Works Like It Should
I'm only writing this because I think the review, the only review at this point, is misleading. I have used the Attack 3 joystick for over a year now with WinXP and I haven't had one thought about this joystick working or not working, it just always worked. I think that it should have been obvious that there was something wrong with the system, not the joysticks, especially given that not one of the three they sent ever worked.
At least they were under warranty!

Anyway, I fly flight sims almost daily and have used this thing, no problems, and have been happy for two reasons: It has a comfortable solid feel and it doesn't skimp on the number of buttons. But because I use this for flying, I wish it had an eight way hat switch instead of the 4 directional buttons at the top so that I could not only look up, down, left, and right, but I could look up-left, up-right, and so on.

In summary, this joystick is a good value because for the price you pay you get the comfort, durability, and functionality that you will not get with joysticks from other companies. Logitech does not make products like the first reviewer describes or they would have been out of business a long time ago!

1-0 out of 5 stars Did they ever test these things?
If I can stop just one person from buying an Attack 3, I'll be satisfied. Thinking that third time's a charm, I'm on my third stick in five months. Same problem every time. It's fine for a week, until like others have said, the X-axis starts behaving erratically, and eventually becomes uncontrollably wild.

I've even gone so far as using third-party software to try and adjust the dead-zones and calibration readings. Alas, the Attack 3 overcomes them all, the sensor readings are rabidly epileptic, and beyond help.

If you're looking for a budget stick, STAY AWAY. If you own one, take it back, it doesn't get better or 'settle in'.

This stick is going back for the third time and I will no longer buy any Logitech products. I'd have been happy to pay an extra $20 for a well made, durable controller, but Logitech have contracts with every major store to sell this piece of junk and other, slightly higher priced junk, so buying an alternative brand is a hassle, a goose chase and a long drive.

Edit: To electronics fan - you misread my review. The Attack 3 works great - for about a week. Try using it for something that requires quick changes in direction for long periods of time, a racing game for example. You can't exactly test out the stick gently ambling along in a 747. The calibration readings become erratic and then unusable. It's not my system, because there's other reviewers out there that have the same problems. Search Google. I'll say it again - a cheap stick, with cheap components and awful quality control. Best avoided. ... Read more

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