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141. Logitech 965119-0000 Logitech
$26.99 $19.75 list($29.95)
142. Logitech Cordless Optical Mouse
$63.00 list($99.99)
143. Logitech Pocket Digital USB PC
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144. Logitech WingMan Extreme Digital
$19.99 list($59.99)
145. Logitech ClickSmart 310 Dual-Mode
$56.99
146. Logitech 980125-0000 USB 200 Headset
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147. Logitech Cordless iTouch Keyboard
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148. Logitech 961370-0403 Buddycam
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149. Ultrax Media Desktop
$18.98 list($49.95)
150. Logitech QuickCam Express
$98.99 $74.38 list($99.75)
151. Logitech Optical Wheel Mouse USB-BLK
$64.31 $34.99 list($79.95)
152. Logitech WhiteBox QuickCam Messenger
$23.98 list($29.95)
153. Logitech Cordless Optical 3-Button
$17.99 $13.20 list($19.99)
154. Labtec Notebook Optical Mouse
$19.30
155. Logitech 931262-1403 Red Notebook
$25.95 list($29.99)
156. Logitech 930672-0403 MX 300 Optical
$8.68
157. Digital Pen Ink Refills
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158. Logitech QuickCam Express (USB)
$20.99 $17.66 list($29.99)
159. Labtec Pulse 385 2.1 Multimedia
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160. Logitech Cordless Keyboard (USB/PS2)

141. Logitech 965119-0000 Logitech IO2 Commercial 5-PACK

our price: $773.99
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Asin: B00064GD24
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 10652
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142. Logitech Cordless Optical Mouse Color Select (931167-0403)
list price: $29.95
our price: $26.99
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Asin: B0002GRTX8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 7538
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Features

  • Sleek, colorful three-button mouse
  • Includes three changeable snap-on covers
  • Advanced optical sensor
  • Extended battery life
  • Five-year manufacturer's guarantee

143. Logitech Pocket Digital USB PC Camera
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B000066SAM
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 620
Average Customer Review: 2.63 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Shoot up to 52 photos at a time with 1.3-megapixel resolution
  • See both bright lights and dim details with Autobrite technology
  • Download the images to your PC with a single click
  • Enough battery life to power hundreds of pictures between full recharges
  • USB-compatibility for easy PC connectivity

Reviews (49)

3-0 out of 5 stars Size matters, and small is a good thing
So you're thinking about buying a new digital camera, something to take pictures of the family and friends...maybe print them out to look at later...well then the Logitech Pocket Digital is NOT for you! It really is a pretty cool little camera (emphysis on little...2"x3.25"x0.4" or 5.7x8.8x 1.2cm for you metric folks). It's a great little camera for taking pictures of all those wacky things you just wish you had a camera for...however, don't expect it to be taking award-winning pictures for the family photo album. It may have a small and large picture setting, but the camera really only takes pics in 640x480 format (the larger setting only expands the 640x480 into a larger, blurrier picture). One hint: get it on sale (like I did), its not worth the $99 Logitech would have you pay.

4-0 out of 5 stars nifty little camera, good value
This is a neat little camera if you want an inexpensive digital camera and don't need high quality pictures.

Picture sizes are 640x480 or 1280x960. It holds 53 pictures regardless of size. Each image takes 2 to 6 seconds to download on my 700 mHz machine; it varies with picture size and complexity. The 1280x960 pictures do indeed have better resolution than 640x480.

It's the size of a credit card, but about 3/8" thick so it won't fit in a wallet. At the lens, it's about 1/2" or 5/8" thick. It's light enough that I forget I have it in my pocket. I plan to keep one in my laptop briefcase, to take pictures of whiteboards before they get erased. (I won't be able to read all of what's written; the image quality isn't quite good enough.)

Very easy to install and use. Once the software is installed, just plug the camera in. If there are any pictures in the camera a popup appears. Just click OK or hit space to move them to your computer (or click Browse to navigate). Fine for even techno-challenged folks, if they can find the USB port. The unreplacable battery recharges through the USB cable.

The biggest limitation is no flash. Takes OK pics in a typical well-lit office setting, but you have to hold it very still. Fine outdoors even on cloudy days.

Optics are not great (what do you expect from such a tiny lens?) There is very noticeable radial lens distortion (straight lines near the picture edge bow outward). Resolution problems are noticeable when you display the images at full size, but images are fine up to a print size of 4x6" -- like an Instamatic or a disposable.

Of course, it doesn't have any of the nice features we expect from bigger or more expensive cameras. No zoom, no image display.

For example shots, see ...". The first image is 640x480, the second is 1280x960.

It's a great novelty or convenience, and it's very affordable.

4-0 out of 5 stars It's good for what it's good for....
This camera is all about portability. Don't expect much more than a cool little camera you can slip into a shirt pocket & you won't be disappointed.

Installation is easy and the camera is a snap (no pun intended) to use.

Great gift for a kid....

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor poor little camara
The Logitech Pocket Digital has very bad picture quality even for a 1.3 megapixeldigital camara. The pictures that I took in very bright light turned out ok, but if there was any shade around it would not turn out worth crab. Don't buy this camara unless you plan on carrying a spotlight around.

1-0 out of 5 stars Logitech pocket digital
the Logitech pocket digital has horrible picture quality. It is the worst 1.3 megapixel digital camara i have ever seen. Don't buy this camara unless you plan on carrying a spotlight around with you. ... Read more


144. Logitech WingMan Extreme Digital 3D Joystick w/Throttle
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00001W01M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 7137
Average Customer Review: 3.89 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This twist handle joystick features a leading-edge design for enhanced performance. It provides versatile hand-grip positions, seven programmable buttons, an 8-way hat switch, high-precision throttle, and a unique twist handle lock feature. Users can select USB or game port connection. The stable base includes steel weight plates. ... Read more

Features

  • 8-way hat switch
  • 7 programmable buttons
  • Rotary throttle
  • Rudder (including motion lock)
  • USB or 15-pin game port connection

Reviews (36)

5-0 out of 5 stars Slick stick at a nice price!
I bought this as a replacement for my LogicTech Extreme Digital which stopped working after I upgraded my machine (grumble...grumble). Just as well, this beautiful USB/gameport joystick is fun to use. I primarily use it for flight sims like Flight Unlimited 3 and Jane's WWII Fighters (and !SOON! MS Flight Sim 2002!!!). It set itself up for Descent 3 and after some minor tweaking with the sensitivity settings it worked better than any stick I've ever used. It just feels right. The buttons are all conveniently located and the hat switch was a simple rake of my thumb. I had a CH Flightstick years ago with a huge knob for a hat switch. I like this Wingman hat much better. The rudder control was a nice surprise! Just twist the stick to & fro and the rudder flaps back and forth (I've never had a rudder before...rudder virgin?). The stick looks awesome on your desk too! The foot is stream-lined and the front trigger has those striking holes like a revolver. My only disappointment was that the Logitech ensignia at the base of the stick did not light up like I thought it would (bet I'm not the only one...ha ha). Logictech includes good software for the stick to set it up how you like for your games. Highly recommended stick!

NOTE: I have had problems with USB on my system so the option to use the gameport was appreciated. Not so lucky with the Gravis USB gamepad.

5-0 out of 5 stars Useful design choices
Overall, I'm very happy with this stick. A few things you might consider before buying:

- The palm rest at the base (where the butt of your hand lands) is a little low, making it a little difficult to reach to top buttons on the topside of the stick. However, at least this stick has such a thing (the Sidewinder does not).

- The two buttons and the slider on the base are very useful for controlling things like boost and braking, which are hard to use sometimes if they're on-stick, especially when you're trying to fire at the same time.

- The twist for the Z-axis becomes very natural, and is a GREAT way to control rudder (yaw) or roll.

- The base is big and heavy (good), but no suction cups on the bottom.

Works great for the two games I've currently tried:
- Star Wars Starfighter
- MS Combat Flight Simulator WWII Eurpoe Series

So far, very happy with the purchase. Works fine on XP. Get the latest drivers from http://www.logitech.com/cf/support/logitech_wingman_soft.cfm and install before attaching the joystick to your system.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great at first! Then takes a fall.
Just like the rest of these reviews. Its one of the best joysticks u can ever have when u first buy it. After 6 month - 1 year the rudder starts to mess up. I have tried to calibrate it, but nothing happens,i tried to open it but the screws dont come of even though i have the right tools. Now i have to get a new one. At first i thought it was only me with this problem but as im reading it, everyone is having the problem, dont waste your money, u think it wont happen to u, but it does.

1-0 out of 5 stars Bought this 6 months ago for Desert Combat
Bought this joystick for desert combat (only game I play that
requires one) and I don't play that frequently. Maybe a few
hours a month - so it's not been abused.

At first it worked great. However, about a month ago the twist
function no longer works (only registers twisting to the left -
not the right) - and it won't center anymore.

so basically I take off in DC in a plane and if I don't over
steer - just leave the joystick centered - the plane pulls to
the right and down.

Calibration doesn't do a thing.

Big waste of $35 bucks. I suggest looking elsewhere.

4-0 out of 5 stars A very good stick for the average guy
This is the 2nd joystick like this I have owned and it is more than adequate for what I need it for with Flight Sim gaming. My son in law has had this same stick for well over a year with excellent performance. It is a good joystick at a very fair price. When priced at "discount" retail outlets, it was 25-35% more. Bottom line, it's a good buy. ... Read more


145. Logitech ClickSmart 310 Dual-Mode Camera Special Edition -USB (White box)
list price: $59.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00006HXRA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 662
Average Customer Review: 3.11 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Shoot photos and video on the slopes, at the beach, a party, anywhere youwant to capture the fun! Stores up to 160 pictures or 15 seconds of video at atime. Share the fun--transfer images and adventures easily from the ClickSmart310 to your computer with QuickSync. Then e-mail your photos and short moviesanywhere or post them on a Web site. Make live video calls. Chat face to faceonline with friends and family from across the street or across the country.

Includes Microsoft NetMeeting software. ... Read more

Features

  • 176 x 144 video resolution and 352 x 288 photo resolution
  • Microphone required for sending audio
  • USB 1.1 interface
  • Includes a full suite of camera utility software
  • Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, Me, and XP

Reviews (19)

4-0 out of 5 stars Logitech was surely a way to Clicksmart!!
Pros: Quality web cam, smooth installation, software, basic off-line cam, Easy Installation. Lot of Photo Storage, Ease of use, Cheap, Makes a decent PC camera, Great webcam, lightweight.

Cons: Poor quality offline pics, drains batteries almost instantly, Indoor Photos Usually Blurred, Picture quality is unreliable for realistic photos, Added light needed for decent photos, Digital pictures are a bit out of focus, automatically shuts off after 30 seconds non-use.

Summary: The camera is very small and lightweight, made from a strong plastic, I admit my daughter dropped it and it was not damaged at all. I had heard nightmares about the installation process. For me, I put in the disk, it loaded perfectly and never proved to be a challenge at all. Installation took less than 5 minutes and worked fine the first time. I went through the software quickly and the program that runs the webcam/digital photo album/live video e-cards is easy to use - if you can read, you can use the program without any difficulty.
The live video feed and taping come through virtually crystal clear. For the "Creating Videos" you have three pixel size options - 160x120, 320x240, 640x480. It is as easy as setting the camera in so that your subject is in the viewer and pushing a button on the computer to tape. For Digital Pictures - you can unplug the camera and take it with you. High Resolution (352x288 pixels) allows you to take 40 pictures, Low resolution (176x144) allows 160 photos or 15 seconds of video. A timer option allows you to be in the photo as well. In Digital Camera mode you can take photos, Video or Multisnap (allows 5 photos at 1 second intervals)This camera runs on 4 aaa batteries that are not included.

The Bottom Line
This makes a better webcam than digital camera, but for those on a limited budget, it is by far better than not having a digital camera at all!

2-0 out of 5 stars cheap option for neophytes
let's face it, you're not going to get a lot of camera for the money involved, but what you do get is a passable webcam which doubles as a very low-end stand alone digital camera which can be used for happy snaps in good outdoor conditions

my 9 y.o. daughter likes it, and i like the idea of giving her the chance to fire off pics indisciminately for the cost of 4 aaa batteries - a much superior option to film and processing costs for a beginner to experiment, and faster opportunity to view the images they create and encourage consideration of what does and what doesn't work technically and artistically

if you want a real digital camera then go and buy one, but you won't get it for this price; as a cheap beginner's equivalent to a very basic instamatic (with webcam capabilities as an added bonus), this is definitely worth consideration

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Internet camera
This camera has served me well as a web camera for international calls through the internet. I paid 20$ for it at the time, had no problems with it, but never tried to use it as a digital camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect webcam - NOT a digital camera
This product was NEVER meant to be an impressive digital camera. And at <$.., how could it be? As a webcam, I've found the clicksmart to be reliable with a good picture and versatile in terms of different lighting. It's a great way for me to video-conference with friends cross-country. This product is meant to be an inexpensive way to get started in the world of video over ip; if you're buying it for any other reason you will be disappointed

5-0 out of 5 stars Great webcam
This is a great little webcam. Hooked right up to my PC (windows XP) without any problems. The picture clarity and frame rate are great. Also has the added benefit of acting as a stand-alone digital camera. There is no flash - but it takes pretty good images in good light.

Small footprint, simple to use, great for the price. ... Read more


146. Logitech 980125-0000 USB 200 Headset Bulk

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Asin: B0007Z2ZKQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 43376
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Product Description

Logitech Inc (980125-0000) Logitech USB 200 Headset Bulk. ... Read more


147. Logitech Cordless iTouch Keyboard with Cordless Mouse
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00001RMDL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 23586
Average Customer Review: 4.56 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

If you're feeling tethered to your desk because of your computer, Logitech offers a great solution. The cordless desktop iTouch can make working as comfortable as watching television in your recliner.

The cordless desktop iTouch comprises a wireless keyboard and mouse along with a radio-frequency receiver. After installing the software, you press the connect buttons on the receiver, keyboard, and mouse, and then you're on your way to wireless computing. Because the receiver doesn't use infrared signals, which require line of site between the devices, you don't have to point the mouse or keyboard in its direction, letting you type or click even if you're positioned at odd angles. The keyboard works even when you're seated at a 180-degree angle from your computer, though that's probably not the most efficient position for typing.

Along with the freedom to move about the room, the cordless desktop iTouch system offers a number of time-saving features. The keyboard, which provides a nice, responsive click, has a set of Internet keys in the top right corner. You can set these up to provide one-click access to your e-mail program and designated Web sites. You can also use these buttons to access applications such as Microsoft Word. The button with the crescent moon shape on the top left corner of the keyboard calls up the Windows shutdown menu.

The mouse features a scroll button, which is ideal for navigating Web pages and large spreadsheets. You can also set the mouse buttons to perform other functions, such as HyperJump, which provides one-click access to such Windows features as the Start menu and the last active window.

The cordless desktop iTouch includes music jukebox software called Virtuosa. Buttons at the top of the keyboard let you control the track sequence and volume without having to open up Virtuosa in a separate Window.

Logitech's cordless desktop iTouch is an outstanding product: it's easy to set up, offers a number of quick-access features, and won't cause conflicts with the keyboard and pointing device on a notebook. Find a spot on your couch and start typing. --John Frederick Moore

Pros:

  • Easy to set up
  • Great time-saving features
  • Keyboard and mouse are functional at odd angles
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Features

  • Cordless keyboard and wheel mouse free you from cables
  • Digital radio technology means you don't have to point the keyboard or mouse
  • iTouch software for easy Internet and multimedia control
  • Mouse fits right- and left-handers
  • Removable, ergonomic wrist rest

Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars It's very worth it!
I just got my Cordless iTouch keyboard and mouse this morning and I set it up right away. At first glance, I knew that setup was going to be a piece of cake. And it was! I can't believe I didn't have any trouble at all. Before I bought the product, I was kind of skeptical and cautious because my current keyboard is a HP multimedia keyboard which also has some customizable buttons in it. I was afraid that the software might conflict with my old one. However, after I connected the cordless keyboard and mouse on my PS/2 port, there was no problem...it worked right away. Changing the software was no problem at all.

I also tested the range of the product and it turned out to be pretty good. The receiver is currently surrounded by other electronics but it doesn't seem to cause it a lot of trouble.

Since I only got it this morning, I can't comment on the product's durability and/or dependability. But as far as I know, I recommend this product to anybody who likes to be free from cords.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Product!
Originally, I bought the iTouch Desktop as a Christmas present for my father, but when I saw the product, I knew I had to have one. Both the keyboard and the mouse are completely wireless. As an avid computer user, it has been invaluable in allowing me greater mobility and functionality. I no longer have to worry about cords that seem too short to work with my desk.

The mouse has two-buttons and a scrolling wheel (great for surfing the 'net!) The weight of the mouse is comforting and the movement is VERY smooth. The keyboard features programmable buttons and CD-Rom controls. My one complaint about this product is the keys on the keyboard are a little clunky. However, I prefer keyboards that have a light touch and high speed. For the average user, there shouldn't be a problem.

As a whole, the iTouch product is well worth the investment.

1-0 out of 5 stars Mouse jams if using two systems
Both keyboard and mouse are good, however, I just got a second system to use with the computer in the room next door (the two systems are just separated by a thin wall) and the mice "jam" each other if used at the same time (move a mouse and both systems "freeze" on the screen, very annoying). I've followed the instructions on the logitech support site to reinstall the systems (take out batteries, press button on receiver for 15 secs., install one system, wait at least 20 mins., install the second system), but the problem doesn't go away. Contacted two service reps via e-mail over the past 10 days but they just re-sent the info that's available on the site. Very disappointing, I'm junking one system now.

5-0 out of 5 stars DEFINITELY A MUST-HAVE AND EASY TO SETUP!
This product came bundled with my new Dell computer but I must say it was extremely easy to setup with no software to install! Simply plug in the two cords, setup the receiver and you're done! If you're unable to get either your mouse or keyboard to work however, try pressing the small little connect button on the keyboard at the same time as you press the connect button on the wireless receiver. Then do the same for the mouse - that worked for me on my second computer which I was having some problems with. I was very surprised to see that it works flawlessly and is never slow or delayed in anyway. The mouse is 100% accurate and perfect. I highly recommend this product!!

4-0 out of 5 stars You pay for "almost " perfect.
Logitech makes great products and by in large, this one is no exception. Assuming you have the right placement of the transmitter to eliminate interference from your monitor etc... it is a fast and easy set up. The keyboard is light, but you have to hit the keys a bit harder than I would like and its noisy. The mouse works well, and both do have that "cordless" advantage.

I was unable to kick back and type. I kept getting inaccurate keystrokes that appeared to be hardware error, not the operator. As long as I kept the keyboard on my desk... all was well, but since I got it to be able to move away from the desk, I can't say I'm thrilled with what I would consider to be a fairly big chunk of change going to this item.

Best wishes to all those who want to give it a try, I'm going back to the plug in myself. ... Read more


148. Logitech 961370-0403 Buddycam Express (2PACK)

our price: $42.99
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Asin: B0006FLOIQ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 4409
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Product Description

This item is brand new and comes complete with all manufacturer supplied accessories.
It also comes with a USA warranty.

Nice electronics is your source for everyday low prices on theLogitech Inc 961370-0403 - BuddyCam Express (2pack) and all other Logitech Inc Digital Cameras

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Features

  • Compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1
  • Works with popular IM's
  • Capture sound with the built-in microphone
  • E-mail photos and videos easily
  • Broadcast live video

149. Ultrax Media Desktop

our price: $50.99
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Asin: B00084N5ZA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 57027
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Product Description

Logitech Inc (967498-0403) UltraX Media Desktop ... Read more


150. Logitech QuickCam Express
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B00001U0AJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 3170
Average Customer Review: 3.06 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Well, 1984 hit and Big Brother never showed up. But since we have the technology for broadcasting our smiling faces worldwide, we can pretend that it's 1984 all we want. The only difference is, with the Logitech QuickCam Express, we get to be in charge.

Setup for the Logitech QuickCam Express takes only a few minutes; just plug it into a USB port and transfer about 50 MB of software from the accompanying CD into your hard drive. The eerie, eyeball-like camera comes with a base that fits comfortably on top of your monitor or desktop. Calibrate it with the software to get your best side, and you're off and running. With the QuickCam Express you can add photos to online resumes or e-mail, send video letters to faraway friends and family, or use the live conferencing software to turn your computer into a Jetsons-esque video phone.

The image quality isn't perfect; more expensive cameras will yield sharper results. Still, the pictures look good enough for most purposes, and the streaming quality is exceptional (depending, of course, on your Internet connection speed). There are only few controls to master, which will delight the wind-it-up-and-watch-it-go folks, but may infuriate the gadget-loving technophiles out there. For ease of use, low maintenance, and decent quality, the Logitech QuickCam Express is hard to beat. --Rob Lightner

Pros:

  • Unobtrusive
  • Easy to capture stills
  • Simple installation

Cons:

  • Lower resolutions than more expensive PC cameras
  • Little control over imaging
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Features

  • Plugs in and installs in minutes
  • Microsoft NetMeeting included for video chat
  • For USB-enabled PCs
  • E-mails photos and video as easily as text
  • Easy-to-use software lets you save, print, or send images

Reviews (64)

2-0 out of 5 stars cheap price, cheap camera
I've owned this webcam for about a year. It still works, but occassionally my computer won't detect it for whatever reason and I'll have to unplug and replug it into my USB port. That's the only maintenance problem I've had with it.

The picture quality isn't too great. It's very grainy and you can hardly see anything in low light. When I do turn on a light, it totally washes out everything and makes it all white. In order to see things clearly you have to settle for a reddish yellowish hue by using the "default" setting.

The good points are that the camera is very small and portable and extremely easy to install. The software allows you to create pictures, videos, and a live webcam that's really easy to use.

On the whole, I wouldn't recommend this camera because it shows very poor quality images, but I suppose you should expect that considering how cheaply priced it is. You're better off spending a little more for better quality.

4-0 out of 5 stars More than worth the price
The Logitech Quickcam is a more than adequate digital camera. It's a USB device and can be set up in minutes with the very good software than accompanies it. I use it with Microsoft NetMeeting quite a bit and it's very good. Beware though, you will need to be in a very well lit room to get the best pictures - a slightly dark room will lead to what some people call "digitalized" or "pixilized" images. If you have this problem, you may need to keep an extra lamp beside your PC. With NetMeeting the picture size is only about 2" by 2" square. By right-clicking on the picture you can double the picture size, but quality really does suffer quite a bit at that size. The USB cable is a little short, but that's more likely a to be problem with the limitations of USB technology as opposed to bad planning by Logitech. The stand is not very stable either so when you get it steady you really have to avoid moving it at all. Overall the camera really needs to be judged on the picture quality for the price you pay, and on that score the Quickcam passes with flying colours. Easy to set up, easy to use - a bargain.

4-0 out of 5 stars C'mon people it's a WEBCAM
I chose the logitech because it was a brand I had heard of and had decent specs for under 30 bucks. I'm using it so that someone can help me install something and see what I'm doing. It has about the resolution of a modern camera phone. I see some people complain about grainyness. However, you must realize that there is a trade-off with crystal clarity from a webcam and that's that unless you both are on T1 lines you're going to have to SEND all of that clarity and then you'd have severely lagging displays. Be sure the subject is well lit by more of full spectrum lighting (a really yellow lamp looks gross). Unless you're starting a naughty business and if you're just looking for a webcam so that you can chat to friends and go "this is neat" without any severe stipulations on what your demands will be it's just fine. The price is good, the design solid. Suits the average person's needs (webcam thrill will fade and you'll stop using it most likely). If you're going to need to see a loved one stationed overseas or for business use you should probably invest actual money into a quality cam. The stills are lame, get a digicam if you want super clear pics.

If you're looking to save dough and enjoy the amusement of a webcam, the logitech quickcam express is a solid model that will perform reliably and clearly enough.

4-0 out of 5 stars Decent
I bought this because it was in my price range. The quality isn't great, but it does what I need it to do.

If you need a still or video PC camera for school, don't get this one. Spend the extra money and get a really nice one. If you just need a PC camera for instant messageing and sharing photos, this is a good camera.

1-0 out of 5 stars GRAINY!
This was the worst camera! The installation was easy, but most are. THE PICTURE QUALITY IS [bad]! PLEASE dont waste your money on this, I am going to try the 4000 model tomorrow, so I will come back and give a review on that as well. I'm hoping the CCD on the 4000 will improve the quality. ... Read more


151. Logitech Optical Wheel Mouse USB-BLK ENTERPRISE 5PK ( 931132-0403 )
list price: $99.75
our price: $98.99
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Asin: B00014WKJY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech, Inc.
Sales Rank: 45061
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152. Logitech WhiteBox QuickCam Messenger 2 Pack (961306-0403)
list price: $79.95
our price: $64.31
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Asin: B0000944ZX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 2385
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Features

  • Add live video MSN Messenger
  • Send live video to mobile phones with Logitech Mobile Video
  • Capture sound with the built-in microphone
  • E-mail videos and photos easily
  • Broadcast live video, email video and photos, and create web albums

153. Logitech Cordless Optical 3-Button Mouse - White (931155-0403)
list price: $29.95
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Asin: B0001H9L70
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 9389
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154. Labtec Notebook Optical Mouse Pro-USB Only Retractable Cord ( 931213-0403 )
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B0002F3G6S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Labtec
Sales Rank: 8536
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155. Logitech 931262-1403 Red Notebook Optical Mouse

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Asin: B0007O7BYC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 13754
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Product Description

Notebook Optical Mouse Plus (Red). All-terrain optical tracking and shock-resistant bodywork. USB. ... Read more


156. Logitech 930672-0403 MX 300 Optical Mouse
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00006HMPJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 4505
Average Customer Review: 4.13 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Step up to advanced precision with the Logitech MX300 optical mouse. The Logitech MX Optical Engine responds instantly to even your fastest movements with more accuracy and control. Leading-edge design offers comfort for left and right hands. High-precision scrolling speeds you through documents. Touch a button to quickly switch between active programs and documents. This mouse is compatible with both Windows-based and Macintosh computers and features a five-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • MX Optical Engine provides superior tracking performance, precision and control
  • Switch among active programs and documents at the touch of a button
  • Comfortable for either hand
  • Windows and Macintosh compatible
  • Five-year warranty

Reviews (23)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Mouse on the market for what it does
Firstly, to those who complain about the scroll wheel being slow and unresponsive -- it seems to be an issue with the drivers. However, I found an option in the Control Panel/Mouse section to revert back to MS style controlling. That seems to fix any issues I had while still retaining the extra 4th button functionality. I'm still a little confused why that option is there, or why Logitech drivers seem a little sluggish in the first place; but it's fixed and I can't complain.

Secondly, to those complaining about the really loud clicking wheel -- that can be easily fixed. I have to say if you purchase two identical mice from the store and turn the scroll wheel; there will be a good possibility that one will make a louder noise than the other. This is just part of the manufacturing process and it all has to do with a little springy wire that makes contact with the inner part of the wheel.

I'm sure this has a possibility to void your warranty -- so beware of that aspect. But personally, I found it a very simple process to fix.

What I did is:

1. unplug the mouse from the computer
2. use a small phillips screwdriver to remove the screw accessable from the bottom of the mouse
3. carefully pull up and to the rear of the mouse on the front cover to remove it -- DO NOT pull it off all the way because there's a wire connecting the top to the bottom.
4. unplug the little connector that plugs the 4th button on top of the mouse to the main board (this might be optional if your wire is long enough to give you clearance and depending on how big your fingers are)
5. take a good look at how the wheel is situated in its socket -- beware of the small spring (it most likely will not cause you problems, and is easy to put back where it goes but don't lose it)
6. lift up on the wheel module and remove it
7. there will be a little wire that goes inside the wheel and has a curved edge to it .. THAT is what causes the clicking sound and gives the wheel its "resistence" at every click. Here is a photo of the Logitech wheel structure and the resistence wire: http://www.dansdata.com/images/ltmscordless/doohickey440.jpg (cut and paste into a browser)
8. simply pull it out from its housing (this is easy to put back into place also) and use a pair of needle nose pliers to give yourself a good hold on the wire and bend it down *VERY SLIGHTLY* near the top where it makes contact with the inside of the wheel ridges
9. test the resistence until you have it clicking/sounding the way you prefer
10. put everything back together the way you had it

It's not a very complicated modification, and you are simply making the mouse more like some of the others off the assembly line that got their wheel spring put in that was bent further down. I've experienced this issue with Microsoft mice as well.

Good luck -- and be warned, I am not responsible for any modifications that go wrong!

Also, this mouse is the best I've ever used. I don't like all those extra useless buttons found on the more expensive mice.. the 4th button does seem to have some possibility for usefulness -- you would probably avoid curling your index finger down to hit it by instead shifting your hand slightly to use your thumb.

One last thing, the RESPONSIVENESS OF THE MOUSE IS AWESOME -- BETTER THAN ANY OPTICAL MOUSE I'VE USED!! I think the increased responsiveness is obviously due to their new optics engine.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great product, newer version now available
This is a very good optical mouse. Comfortable, responsive, and it comes with great drivers. However, Logitech has already released a replacement product, the MX310, that is an upgrade to this version by adding three more buttons. A forward button, a back button, and a sixth "switch button". The 310 is a great product and competes well against the other 5 button, optical mice. I like how Logitech's version feels in my hand, and given its symmetrical design it can be used equally well in a lefthand or righthand orientation.

My choice can down to Logitech vs. Microsoft, and I've had better luck with Logitech drivers and reliability. Given that, you should find the MX300 to be priced lower than the MX310. If you do not care about the extra buttons, get the 300.

5-0 out of 5 stars cheap and easy
Accurate little optical mouse. I plugged into an xp laptop and it worked right away (i didn't install the logitech software). The scroll wheel is stiff and loud, but the minor modification described in one of the previous reviews worked great.

this mouse replaced the microsoft basic optical mouse (same retail price) which never worked properly (the pointer would jump around constantly).

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Mouse for Gaming
This mouse is excellent for gaming. No skipping even when I move the mouse really fast. It's comfortable and fits my hands pefrectly. If you buy this mouse do not install the Logitech MouseWare software, it screws up the mouse wheel for some reason. Just stick with the built in drivers in Windows XP and the mouse should rock.

5-0 out of 5 stars for a first person shooter gamer this is the thing
i play quake 3 arena a lot and this mouse is the best i've used, it doesnt slide when you run your hand too fast and it fits your hand perfectly.
i have also read loads of reviews and it seems to be one of the most popular amongst professional gamers!
its also a very good price at Amazon, ive checked other places and it costs up to £37!!! amazon is certainly one of the cheapest. ... Read more


157. Digital Pen Ink Refills

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Asin: B0000YB7R6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 4609
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158. Logitech QuickCam Express (USB)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00005UK9Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 6093
Average Customer Review: 1.55 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Now you can meet face-to-face online with live video calls, or make your instant messages come alive by adding live video to your Yahoo! Messenger, MSN Messenger, and AOL Instant Messenger (AIM), or set up a Webcam to share your world, or snap and send photos and video along with your e-mail as easily as you send text. All you need is QuickCam Express and the Internet. ... Read more

Features

  • 640 x 480 video resolution
  • Microphone required for sending audio
  • USB 1.1 interface
  • Includes a full suite of camera utility software
  • Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, Me, and XP

Reviews (22)

3-0 out of 5 stars You can get better cameras for the same price...
Well, I got this camera recently for 79 CAD at Staples and despite the bad reviews, it is easy to install and it works fine (it is probably good enough for most users). The image quality is not great but you can't expect a lot from a webcam. It works well with low light and it makes reasonably good videos. Don't try using it to take snapshots! The quality is awful! The software that came with is not very good and I didn't manage to broadcast videos using it (I had to download other softwares from the internet). The camera design is not too bad but I agree with one of the previous reviewers that said that the camera base doesn't hold it very well. For the same amount (or a little bit more) of money you can get detachable webcams that can be used to take snapshots and will produce images with the same quality.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't even bother!
This is the worst camera no matter what you spend for it! I had it installed and after 20 minutes uninstalled it!! I bought it because of the Logitech name. Won't rely on them for webcams... Very, very grainy picture with a lot of lag! Also very dark picture! I am running a Dell P4 Dimension 8300 with 512M RAM and Windows XP Home Edition.

1-0 out of 5 stars Eventhough it's Logitech, not recommended. Picture is dark.
The picture is terrible as it can't capture much light, hence the picture is very dark. I used to trust reputation of Logitech, but I have been fooled by this product, it seems to be the worst Logitech product ever.
Suggestion about this product:
- If you have bought it and cannot be exchanged/trade-in, add 1 more desktop lamp to highlight you, adjust the brightness and contrast setting may be a little bit help.
- If you haven't bought it, just add few more bucks, I recommend you to buy Creative webcam NX for excellent picture quality.

1-0 out of 5 stars It does not live up to Logitech brand name
I bought this webcam yesterday and its performance is way below expectations. The camera performs pathetically in low light. The pictures were grainy and video capture is equally bad.

This camera is not worth its money.

1-0 out of 5 stars This camera is awful
You can get a much better camera for the same or less money in many cases. My big complaint is the CMOS picture quality. It's REALLY bad. ... Read more


159. Labtec Pulse 385 2.1 Multimedia Speaker System
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Asin: B0002SAFAU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Labtec
Sales Rank: 4156
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Features

  • 2.1-channel flat-panel speaker system with subwoofer designed for PC connection
  • Control pod delivers desktop access to system power and volume
  • Subwoofer's solid wood construction enhances room-filling bass
  • 55 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response; includes video game console adapter
  • 10 watts total system power (2 watts x 2, plus 6-watt subwoofer)

160. Logitech Cordless Keyboard (USB/PS2)
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B0000659A3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 25675
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Now, there's no need to struggle with cords that catch and tangle. Logitech's digital radio technology means this keyboard works reliably within a six-foot radius of the receiver, without requiring a clear path or being pointed at the computer. With the three convenient iTouch keys, it takes just one touch of a key to access the Internet, open e-mail, or search the Web. Included are 2 AA batteries that power the keyboard for an average of six months to one year, thanks to Logitech's power management system. The keyboard is compatible with Windows 98 and later, as well as Mac OS X. It features a three-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Works within a six-foot radius of the receiver, regardless of angle
  • Three iTouch keys for one-touch access to favorite web sites and applications
  • Windows and Macintosh compatibility
  • Includes iTouch software (Windows) or Logitech Control Center for
  • Macintosh OS X to customize keyboard features

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great keyboard
I bought this keyboard because I wanted a wireless keyboard that wouldn't empty my pocket. At first I wasn't sure if the three Internet ready buttons would be all that useful because my computer wasn't connected to the Internet, but I was able to program them to open other programs that I used frequently. I found the range to be great it could reach about fifteen feet with my setup, which was more then enough. I enjoyed the freedom of not having a cord and having to worry about where I placed the CPU. I recommend this product to any one who wants a good wireless keyboard that won't break the bank. ... Read more


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