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$119.90 list($99.99)
161. Logitech Quickcam Pro 3000
$29.99 list($79.99)
162. Logitech Cordless Navigator Duo
$44.95 list($64.95)
163. Logitech 967283-0403 Cordless
$19.99 list($24.99)
164. Logitech 930495-0403 Corded Optical
list($99.99)
165. Logitech Cordless Elite Duo Keyboard
$94.99
166. Logitech 961144-0403 Cordless
$8.75
167. Logitech OP MOUSE USB-WHEEL USB
$20.99 $15.99 list($24.95)
168. Logitech 930927-0403 Click! Optical
$251.99 list()
169. Logitech 9613710403 Viewport Av
$106.46
170. Logitech 10PK PREM OPT WHL MSE
$27.00 list($49.95)
171. Labtec Wireless Desktop Optical
$43.95 list($99.99)
172. Logitech Cordless Freedom Optical
$29.99 list($54.99)
173. Logitech Cordless MouseMan Optical
$103.20
174. Logitech Harmony Remote 628 -
$26.99 $26.93 list()
175. Logitech Cordless Optical 3-Button
176. Logitech 930499-0403 First Wheel
$22.99 $18.50 list()
177. Logitech S200 Speakers Oem
$33.99 list()
178. Logitech X-230 SPKRS 2.1 WHITEBOX-32
$16.99 $13.47 list()
179. Labtec Ultra Flat Keyboard - Silver/Black
$19.99 $15.00
180. Labtec Internet Desktop ( 967318-0403)

161. Logitech Quickcam Pro 3000
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00005R098
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 11080
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • True 640 x 480 resolution video capture
  • Built-in microphone for video with audio
  • Make video e-mails and calls to friends and family
  • Edit your videos with the included software
  • Direct your own animated movies

Reviews (58)

5-0 out of 5 stars exactly what I needed
I don't know much about webcams so I can't give you a professional opinion. This is the first webcam I got and I wanted something that wasn't too expensive, but still high quality. I went to [stores] and had the people working there give me some recommendations and opinions. I had also researched a little online on different webcams, prices, quality, and video resolution. I finally came and decided to buy this one. It was a little more expensive than what I was originally willing to spend on, but I have to admit, the quality and picture is crisp and clean. It even fixes difficult lightening situations and automatically corrects. It also comes with a lot of software for you to edit your pictures, or create a card and send to family and friends. It took me about 5 minutes to set up as well. All I had to do was install the software, plug in the USB cord, and the program box popped up and I was ready to go. I give it 5 stars for good quality, easy installation, and useful software. I'm actually glad I spent a little extra money. I don't want to waste my time by getting a bad quality, cheap webcam and being disappointed and eventually going out and spending even more money to get a good one. If you have the cash, GET THIS ONE!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Simple fix for heavy USB cable & camera pops off base
Throw away the base that comes with this camera. Both the QuickCam Pro 3000 and QuickCam Pro 4000 cameras attach to its Logitech base with a little pin at the bottom of the camera. Simply unscrew this pin from the camera to remove it. Purchase an inexpensive standard 4" mini-tripod from a hanging rack in any good camera store (Ritz, National Camera Exchange, etc.) and screw the tripod into the camera. Best Buy only carries mini-tripods that don't have universal movement. Look for one that has a ball head, which will allow you to easily rotate and tilt the camera, locking a twist-pin when you are happy with your setting. No more problem with the camera popping off its base, or the heavy USB cable weighing it down and moving it out of your preferred adjustment. I bought a Quantaray brand from Ritz, but I'm sure there are many brands. The mini-tripod won't cost more than a meal for two at Burger King and you'll decide you absolutely love the camera, once these 2 little annoyances are finally the way they should have been designed in the first place! (I bought the 4000, so I'll post this message there as well.)

4-0 out of 5 stars Worth it....
This is my first experience with a webcam. I did do some research before purchasing.

It arrived last night and I had it working on my 3 year old laptop (Win98) in an hour. That's including both Logitech software AND downloading third party software from the Internet...I was up and running in no time. I'm impressed with how this little plastic ball handles low/difficult lighting, and I'm a pretty experienced photographer.
I haven't tried the mic, yet, except for offline test. If that is OK, boost my rating to 5 stars. Yes, the swivel could be tighter, but you don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure out to leave a little slack in the cable so it doesn't pull on the camera.
If only it had a power zoom lens, built-in light, and wireless connection...guess I can't have everything!

2-0 out of 5 stars Short lived
I bought this camera about a year ago and it worked pretty good. I stopped using it and stored it away for a while when I started using it again the picture was fickering then it quickly got worse. I have checked the cables for kinks checked my software install and even tried it on other PC's with the same results. I just prchased the Logitech Quickcam Pro 4000 and i'm hoping to have better luck.

2-0 out of 5 stars Worst. Design. Ever.
While the Logitech Quickcam Pro 3000 is a pretty good webcam from an image quality perspective, the design is nothing short of horrible. The cam itself is an orb which sits on top of a cheap plastic stand. The cam is fixed to the stand by a thin plastic tube, which is used to rotate and adjust the camera. The problem is the tube constantly pops out when rotating the camera, making it a frustrating chore to do any kind of positioning. Overtime the hole in the base becomes stripped and the plastic tube may break. It's just plan bad.

Outside of the design, the image quality is pretty good. Nothing that cannot be found in cameras for half the price from Creative. The built in USB microphone is also a plus.

Overall it's not a good camera for the price and the cheap design ensures it will not last long. Avoid it. ... Read more


162. Logitech Cordless Navigator Duo ( 967232-0403 )
list price: $79.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00006HMPO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 44
Average Customer Review: 4.15 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Logitech Cordless Navigator Duo lets you work, play, and communicate at or away from your desk. The comfortable, ultraflat, cordless, zero-degree tilt keyboard eases keystrokes, while the cordless optical mouse works on almost any surface. Get things done and save time with easy navigation and one-touch access. This package is both Windows and Macintosh compatible and includes a five-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Ultra-flat, "Zero Degree Tilt" keyboard design for increased comfort
  • Optical mouse technology provides precision, accuracy and unsurpassed reliability
  • One-touch access, enhanced navigation and Function keys commands
  • Windows and Mac compatibility
  • Five-year warranty

Reviews (13)

2-0 out of 5 stars Not for mac users.
I looked at a lot of keyboards before deciding to go with this one. Regardless of my research, I made a mistake. The keyboard and mouse are fine, it's the Logitech Control Center software (required to run if you want to access all of the keyboards extra buttons) that ruined this product for me. Running OS X, the software COMPLETELY disabled my ability to drag and drop. Even after uninstalling it, I was still crippled. I had to do a full reinstall of my OS X software to erase the corruption. Now, I can drag again, but I can not access all of the keyboard's features. I do NOT recommend this product for a mac user. It's a waste of money and a LOT of time.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great keyboard!
We burn through a lot of keyboards: the only complaint here is that the keyboard is noisy, with clattering, and that can be solved by one of those soft plastic key-cover things.
Okay: the wrist rest is comfortable. The buttons at the top let you log off user (which shuts computer down, be careful!) pulls up email, Instant messenger/sms, Webcam, Media, will mute colume, pull up your home page and do a computer search!

The mouse is great: now everywhere I go I'm trying to spin a wheel to scroll down, this is so convenient.

Altogether a great keyboard/mouse combo.

2-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy if using other system than windows
I own the Logitech Cordless Navigator Duo since about 6 month now.

First the good news:
The mouse is great, it's ergonomic, has two buttons plus the wheel which incorporates a third button. The handling of the mouse is very nice and precise, it works on almost any surface.

The bad news:
I am running a variety of operating systems: Windows 2000, DOS, Gentoo Linux and BeOS. The keyboard does ONLY work as it is supposed to with Windows and DOS. All the other systems are a nightmare with this keyboard. The so-called "ghost letters" appear constantly. This means that when I am typing in any software, letters appear which I did not type, on it's own. In my case it's the "q" letter. On other occasions it's just a space. This mostly happens when I use the backspace key--the keyboard inserts a space on it's own.
This really is a nightmare if you regulary write emails etc., the only work-around is to use the delete-key instead of the backspace key. On Linux it also seems to help to disable the F-keys. However, then you won't be able to use the F-Keys.

I know I am not alone with this problem. If you google for the phrase "unknown e1 escape sequence" in Google Groups, you will notice that several people have the same problem and noone ever found a solution.

Afterall I really urge everybody who wants to use other systems than Windows not to consider this keyboard, it will drive you crazy.

5-0 out of 5 stars great product, works for Linux
I love this product. It's very easy to set up. It has both the USB interface and the conventional PS2 keyboard/mouse interfaces. I get it work with both my Linux box (vis PS2 port) and Windows box (using USB) without any hassle.

5-0 out of 5 stars good deal
This is a great combo pack. It matches my BenQ lcd monitor and looks good in a white room. Mouse is easy to use and has quick response time. Similar to Microsoft package but much cheaper. ... Read more


163. Logitech 967283-0403 Cordless Access Duo Optical ( Black )
list price: $64.95
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Asin: B0000DC65Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 8530
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164. Logitech 930495-0403 Corded Optical Wheelmouse
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B00004VX3T
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 6566
Average Customer Review: 4.45 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Logitech Wheel Mouse Optical is the entry-level device in Logitech'soptical mouse line. It has a pleasant blue and gray color scheme and atranslucent bottom that allows its red light to radiate outward so itilluminates your hand. The body feels sturdy and is shaped for use with the leftor the right hand. The only concern we had with construction of the device wasthe metallic "clink" sound the mouse buttons made when pressed, instead of thetypical "click" noise of most mouse buttons--but we had no problem performingclick or double-click actions.

Installation on both a PS/2 port and a USB port was quick. Using Windows Me, wejust plugged it in and started using it without having to install any softwareor drivers. Windows 98 users plugging the mouse into a USB port will need toinstall the USB drivers before they can use the device, so have the installationdisc handy.

Installing the software that comes with the mouse gives you the addedfunctionality of being able to program the mouse buttons--and even the wheel--toperform a variety of different commands. You can also customize such things aspointer appearance, cursor speed and acceleration, and mouse orientation.Installation is in two steps: installation of the software and then setup of themouse to perform as you wish. Both the installation wizard and the setup wizardwere straightforward. The user's manual was easy to read and containsinstructions in English and Spanish.

We tested the mouse on a variety of different surfaces to see how it performed.Wood, plastic, cardboard, paper, a notebook, and a pant leg all worked well. Ouronly problem came when we tried it out on clear glass. The cursor didn't move atall. Opaque glass worked fine, though.All in all, this mouse delivers good performance at a terrific price. --Patricia Atherly

Pros:

  • No moving parts to break down
  • Quick installation
  • Works on a variety of different surfaces
  • No ball to clean
Cons:
  • "Clink" noise that buttons make sounds cheap
  • Not shaped ergonomically
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Features

  • Tracks motion optically without a ball
  • Comfortable for either hand
  • Easily navigate the Web
  • 5-year warranty

Reviews (197)

3-0 out of 5 stars Optical beats roller, but not on all surfaces
I, like many people, was tired of stuck roller balls in the traditional mouse. First I bought the Microsoft intellimouse optical, but I really didn't like the feel in my hands. The optical part was great, but it was too big and the buttons felt cheesy. So, I thought I'd try a Logitech optical mouse and ordered this one. The feel in my hands is a lot better, but I had some tracking problems. After checking out the support on their web-site, I found that their optical mouse has tracking problems on some desk surfaces, particularly wood grain surfaces. Apparently, the optics get confused with some patterns. They suggested you use the optical mouse on a mouse pad or a sheet of white paper if you have this problem. I put it on a sheet of white paper and all is well now.

In summary, the optical mouse is well worth upgrading from the old roller ball. If you either don't have a wood grain surface or you're fine using it on a mouse pad or sheet of paper, then this is a great mouse (I like it much better than the Microsoft optical mouse). My logitech optical is working great now.

5-0 out of 5 stars Beats Apple's optical mouse...MUCH cheaper, too.
As a former Windows user, I am used to a 2-button mouse and hated Apple's own optical mouse, which only has one button and feels wrong in my hand. Several months ago I bought Logitec's optical mouse and couldn't be happier with it. Unlike the skimpy cord on my Apple mouse, the Logitec mouse's cord reaches far enough for me to plug it into any USB outlet on my computer, not just the ones on my keyboard. Installation was swift, and I didn't even have to do any special programming for the extra button/scroll wheel: it was all set up the moment I finished installing the software. I haven't had any performance problems--as far as I can tell, it tracks at least as well as the Apple mouse. Importantly, the Logitec mouse is easier on the hand. While it isn't as ergonomic as some mice (it isn't molded to fit into the right hand, in other words), it's a good deal more comfortable to use for long periods than the Apple optical mouse. The buttons are confined to the top portion of the mouse and slant downwards--no more accidental clicking. At the same time, since they are much smaller than the hinging button integrated into the Apple mouse, they click much more rapidly. Finally, it costs less than half the price of Apple's mouse. While it doesn't match my G4 the way Apple's did, it is superior in every other regard.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best mouse I ever used
I'm reading a lot of reviews that mention skipping or lag, and I can't imagine what's wrong, except to guess perhaps they are using the mouse on an inappropriate surface, perhaps very shiny?

I've owned three of these, for my PC, for my Powerbook and for an ex's PC. I also happen to be lucky enough to have one at work and all 3 of mine plus the 4th have always performed perfectly. No need to install the software at all on a Mac, and mor than accurate enough. As a gamer and a graphic designer I've had no problems with speed or accuracy, the buttons are responsive and natural and the wheel works great.

It's not "ergonomic" but I've found it more comfortable than my old MS Optical which was, and more reliable too. I'll never use a different mouse if I can avoid it, unless Logictech somehow improves on this one.

2-0 out of 5 stars I KEEP RIGHT-CLICKING
The mouse works very well and would definitely be worth the money EXCEPT FOR ONE PROBLEM: the buttons on this mouse seem unusually sensitive or something, because I keep involuntarily hitting right when I don't want to. I don't recall ever having this problem with other mouses. It's possible that me accidentally hitting right click constantly is entirely the fault of my hand and not the mouse, but as I said, I've never had this problem with other mouses. Perhaps it'll take some more getting used to.

1-0 out of 5 stars worst mouse ever
The mouse jumps up and down on the screen like it is a live mouse. Never ever buy this model any more. Go for the similar microsoft product. I have been satisfied with that product until it was stolen. ... Read more


165. Logitech Cordless Elite Duo Keyboard & Mouse (967231-0403)
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00006HMPN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 6854
Average Customer Review: 3.88 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The elegant and comfortable Logitech Cordless Elite Duo delivers maximum freedom, performance, and value, combining Logitech's ultraflat, cordless zero-degree tilt keyboard and high-performance cordless MouseMan Optical mouse to simplify everything you do, on or off the desk. Smart navigation speeds you through documents and Web sites, while letting you enjoy one-touch access to your work, play, and communication. This package is both Windows and Macintosh compatible and includes a five-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Ultra-flat, "Zero Degree Tilt" keyboard design for increased comfort
  • One-touch access, enhanced navigation and Function keys commands
  • Optical mouse technology provides precision, accuracy and unsurpassed reliability
  • Windows and Mac compatibility
  • Five-year warranty

Reviews (80)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent quality. Mouse sucks batteries.
The keyboard is lightweight, robust and has a pleasant soft touch feel of typing. In addition, it has been over four months and the batteries are yet to be replaced.

The mouse, on the other hand, has been through approximately five changes of batteries. I recommend buying a good set of rechargeables for this. However, response is excellent and works at a fair range from the base. I've made it work at up to ten feet with line of sight from the base unit.

The extra features are great. The customizable buttons, volume wheel and on-board play controls are extremely useful - especially the play controls as they allow me to stop, start, skip forward in all of the media applications that I use (WinDVD, Windows Media Player, Winamp, RealPlayer, PowerDVD).

All in all, a great buy. Don't forget the batteries.

3-0 out of 5 stars A computer junkies point of view
I love the keyboard a lot, but the mouse has some to be desired. I often have stints of where I use my computer for gaming or for other things as many as 12 hours in a day. The batteries for this mouse last on average two weeks when used on my primary machine, but the batteries in the keyboard actually outlasted the hardware itself. (it quit working after a year, 1 week after it fell out of warranty)

I ended up just getting another kb and mouse new and moved it to my 2nd computer which i only use about 10 - 30 mins a day. Its been like this for about 4 months and i have yet to replace any batteries in either mouse or keyboard. I like the shape of the logitech keyboards so I ended up buying the corded version with the cordless MX700 mouse for my primary computer everything i didnt like about the cordless elite mouse is fixed on the mx700, plus it functions with the accuracy and refresh rate of a corded mouse.

I recommend that if you buy these you do not fall under any of the following catergories:

1. Use your computer more than 3 hours a day
2. Any heavy gaming, or any games that require a fast and accurate mouse.
3. Intensive photo editing or any application which requires a high DPI rate (if you know what DPI is you probably should opt for the MX700 mouse instead)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent !
I uses it for about 8 months and I only the battery once on my keyboard !! For the mouse, it uses about 2 batteries every 1.5 month. Not bad at all. I wish the LED on the mouse can be turn off sooner after idle time, it will save evern more energy. Response is great, I do not see delay at all.

One issue is on the keyboard, I wish the spring on the keys are same height as normal keyboard, so I can press deeper as I try. As I hit the key, I have to reduce my force so I do not hit the key too hard. The spring on the keys seem too light too, my fingers get tire easier on this keyboard than a normal keyboard.

3-0 out of 5 stars Ok setup, but too middle ground.
I have been using my Logitech Cordless Elite Duo system for about 6 months now and am somewhat satisfied with the quality of the product. If I had the choice to buy a keyboard again (which I will soon) I would for out a little extra for the rechargable mouse. Since this is a battery keyboard and mouse I find that I am using about 6-8 AA batteries every 5 weeks or so. I am just a little more than your average computer user, but not much. One problem I did have was the driver download of the logitech website. My F-keys are all messed up and do not seems to match the program I have (after much review to ensure what I thought was correct). One good thing is the fact that the default PNP windows op systems does operate with this setup without the need for installed drivers/software. I would only choose this setup if I was on a budget but wanted to have wirless now. I do overall think logitech is a good company from past experience.

5-0 out of 5 stars Logitech Wireless keyboard and mouse with spin wheel..
We burn through a lot of keyboards: the only complaint here is that the keyboard is noisy, with clattering, and that can be solved by one of those soft plastic key-cover things.

Okay: the wrist rest is comfortable. The buttons at the top let you log off user (which shuts computer down, be careful!) pulls up email, Instant messenger/sms, Webcam, Media, will mute colume, pull up your home page and do a computer search!

The mouse is great: now everywhere I go I'm trying to spin a wheel to scroll down, this is so convenient.

Altogether a great keyboard/mouse combo. ... Read more


166. Logitech 961144-0403 Cordless QuickCam Video Web Camera

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Asin: B00006OM4L
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 17540
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Create movies like a pro with studio-quality editing software
  • Built-in mic captures sound up to 75 feet away
  • Create web albums, broadcast liveaudio/video, and set up a web cam
  • Add video to your online auctions
  • Includes tilt/swivel base and wall-mount capabilities

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Almost a home run
This thing is great, runs long on a single 9 volt, or use the little power cord wherever you take it, USB powers the base station. Picture is definatly worth the price. I would only recomend one thing, get a rechargeable 9 volt battery (or more) because even though you can do alot with this thing, you cannot recharge it. so before you go bonkers buying a few batteries, break out the cash and get some rechargeables, because the kit does NOT contain one, nor the means to recharge one. other than that, Logitech hit this one out of the park, but it swayed just a bit out side of the right field line. ... Read more


167. Logitech OP MOUSE USB-WHEEL USB SEA GREY ( 931222-0403 )

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Asin: B0001VNN34
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 30377
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168. Logitech 930927-0403 Click! Optical Mouse, Corded
list price: $24.95
our price: $20.99
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Asin: B00009XSXN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 8228
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Whether you use your right hand or left, the sculpted shape provides superior fit and usability
  • Logitech’s optical technology means smooth and trouble-free tracking
  • Zip back and forth between open documents on your desktop with the
  • This mouse puts more functionality in your hands more efficiently, to give you more control.
  • Quick Switch Button and scroll wheel put more options at your fingertips

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Neat little mouse
As an unspectacular, functional foray into the world of optical mousing, this is a well-priced mouse with a good shape and feel, as well as a nicely-calibrated scroll facility.
There's little point in installing the bundled software, as any version of Windows from 2000 onwards will pick it up and detect it as an optical scroll-wheel mouse without problems, and allow you to tweak all the necessary settings through the default 'mouse' dialog box in Control Panel.

The 'pointer jumping to random points on the screen' peculiarity is usually a feature of the mousing surface you use. Use too-shiny a mousemat and the optical detector picks up false reflections and can make it think the mouse has moved a significant distance. Keep the alcove clear of dust and use a fabric surface to 'mouse' on and it should be fine.

Overall a good little mouse and one that I enjoy using for high-speed games without complication.

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice Mouse, Though It Leaves Some Things To Be Desired.
I have had this mouse for a few months now. I do indeed think that it is a good mouse. It has a pleasing visual appeal and performs great for the money. The scroll wheel is silky smooth and has a nice positive rotational click. It is not not sticky and rough like some lesser mice that I have used. The little replacement button for window selection which acts almost like hitting Alt+Tab at the same time is a nice feature. Though if you are like me and have your hands on the keyboard most of the time you may find little use for it, I find that using Alt+Tab is more intuitive and I dont have to find the mouse. With this botton feature you have to move the mouse or scroll to the window that you choose to view, nice if your left hand is not near the keyboard. All this neat stuff and yes there are still some things that are left to be desired. A drawback for those of us that travel or use multiple laptops is that it is quite large, which is also why it is so comfortable, give a little take a little. Also the software must be installed on each computer you will use with the mouse for the little window button feature to work properly. I am not sure why but the mouse cursor will suddenly jump to some unknown corner of the screen for a moment then reappear. This can be extremely frustrating at times, not sure if that is from the mouse pad or the eye having a lint speck on it, but it happens fairly often and on multiple mouse pads I have tried. Thus the lower score. Possibly a dual optical mouse would take care of the random necessity this thing has for jumping around (done that about 4+ times since I began writing). Cheers. ... Read more


169. Logitech 9613710403 Viewport Av 100 Pc Cam

our price: $251.99
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Asin: B0007VJ724
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 9726
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Product Description

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170. Logitech 10PK PREM OPT WHL MSE BLK-USB PS/2 BLACK ( 930995-1403 )

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Asin: B0001R03XQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
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171. Labtec Wireless Desktop Optical ( 967360-0403 )
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B00013R0QI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Labtec
Sales Rank: 12233
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172. Logitech Cordless Freedom Optical Mouse and Keyboard
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00005QCT3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 9325
Average Customer Review: 3.92 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Sleek, versatile, and almost completely devoid of messy cables, Logitech's Cordless Freedom Optical is an elegant and exceptionally flexible control solution. From its jam-packed keyboard to its light-sensor mouse and wireless interaction, the unit represents the current pinnacle of computer input technology and offers more options and convenience than virtually any other similar setup. If you're prepared to pay the comparatively substantial price and thereafter quench its thirst for batteries, you really need look no further.

The Cordless Freedom Optical is actually comprised of three modules. The heart of the system is the receiver, a stylish triangular gadget approximately half the size of a typical mouse. Encased in a translucent shell that lets you see its high-tech inner circuitry, the receiver resides on the desktop or other convenient surface and gathers in the airborne signals produced by both input devices. It interfaces with the PC via a six-foot Y cable that connects to the PS/2 and/or USB ports, and operates best when within six feet of both the mouse and the keyboard.

The keyboard, a wireless adaptation of Logitech's own Internet Navigator Keyboard, is, in effect, a full-blown command center. Apart from its 104 standard keys, it features 20 additional controls for one-touch operation of common multimedia, e-mail, and Internet functions. Its eight Internet-specific buttons are labeled with designations such as Shopping, Finance, and Search, and by default access various regions of Logitech's own www.myitouch.com gateway site, although all buttons can quickly be reconfigured to your own preferences.

Three additional controls are at the keyboard's left edge, each designed to facilitate mouseless browsing. The Go button activates a tiny dialog box in which you can enter the URL of your choice. The Back button returns you to the last viewed page and will also move you forward once Logitech releases a downloadable patch in January 2002. The most innovative control of all, a miniature scroll wheel, can be programmed to support a variety of functions including cut and paste, vertical scroll, and zoom. The unit also features a sleep/shutdown button, an instant e-mail access key, and a seven-piece audio-video panel with handy amenities such as a mute switch and rotating volume wheel. Each single-click operation is accompanied by an onscreen text confirmation, and all 124 controls offer noiseless action.

Logitech has partnered this very capable keyboard with its Cordless MouseMan Optical, a wireless mouse that sports four buttons, one wheel, and a tiny light sensor on its underside that translates movement more accurately and with less tracking hassles than a traditional ball. With no cords to clutter the desk, no moving parts to get dirty, and no need for a mousepad, the Cordless MouseMan has a number of obvious advantages. Unfortunately, its asymmetrical design is just as uncomfortable for lefties as it is comfortable for right-handed folk. And certainly some users will long for the fifth button found on some competing mice. Otherwise, the Cordless MouseMan is a fine controller.

In action, the system offers a striking balance of functionality and futuristic good looks. With its unique gray-on-black color scheme, low aerodynamic profile, and curvy, detachable palm rest, the keyboard in particular adds a sense of drama to any desktop. The mouse isn't a perfect color match, yet it does sport a distinctive two-tone finish with a pretty Logitech logo up top and a glowing red light underneath.

The price for this level of performance is paid in batteries. Although its demand is no greater than that of comparable cordless products, the keyboard does gobble up four AA batteries twice a year and the mouse uses two more every three months. Even if you use rechargeable batteries, the maintenance cost is much higher than that of corded components. Is it all worth it? If cutting-edge wireless control is truly important, there's no question. --Gordon Goble

Pros:

  • Cordless operation
  • Powerful, versatile keyboard
  • Optical mouse with no moving parts
  • Sleek profile
  • Full programmability
  • One-touch access to Internet and multimedia with onscreen confirmation
Cons:
  • Formidable price point
  • Mouse not suitable for lefties
  • System requires six AA batteries
  • One less mouse button than some competing products
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Features

  • Keyboard and mouse combo
  • Wireless interface, use the mouse anywhere within 6 feet of the keyboard
  • iTouch buttons give you one-touch access to the Internet and multimedia controls
  • Optical mouse can be used on nearly any surface with enhanced response and control
  • Attractive silver and black detailing

Reviews (88)

4-0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect.
I just recently built a desk for my new computer only to find out the wires for most of my perhiperals (monitor, scanner, keyboard and mouse) were not long enough. I fixed the scanner problem (monitor looks like a lost cause), and decided to invest in a wireless keyboard and maybe a mouse.

Well the Logitech caught my attention and purchased it. Setup was a breeze as it comes with USB and PS/2 connectors. Plugged everything in (using the PS/2 connectors to free up a USB port) and loaded the software. The directions are not clear but should be good for most people.

The keyboard is quiet and has a nice feel to it. Directions don't tell you how to program all the buttons, and I'm still trying to figure out some of them. The mouse works good as long as you have a good surface to move it on. The pointer seems jumpy on a computer desk surface and even worse with the current mouse pad I have.

I did mount the receiver underneath the desk away from everything so I can put the keyboard in my lap and type away.

2-0 out of 5 stars i would like to recommend this product
however i have had a lot of problems with it.

Firstly Installation is a breeze under xp. everything worked right off, including all the special "keys" on the keyboard. I was pleasantly suprised that the volume control just worked on every application i tried, including games.

Then i noticed that the mouse tracking was very wonky. I have a wood grain desk. My old MS optical works fine on it, however the logitech optical does not. I tried quite a few mouse mats and all of them gave poor results. In the end i was forced to use a white sheet of paper to get the tracking right.

Next came the hanging. I am an avid game fan and play warcraft 3 a lot. 9 out of 10 times, the mouse and kb would freeze under WC3. I tried the lastest logitech drivers, but no joy.

Lastly the batteries. The claim is a couple of months of use out of them. My first set of batteries lasted 2 weeks in the mouse. I thought maybe the set in the box might be old so i got more batteries. I tend to go through a set of batteries every 5-7 days. The keyboard is still going strong after 4 months.

I have had to give up on the logitech mouse and now just use the keyboard. But be warned, the software and drivers do not like another mouse plugged in ( i have my old MS USB optical ).
I have to tweek my machine every time i start it to get the logitech software not to conflict with the usb mouse drivers.

1-0 out of 5 stars Bugs in the software - Do Not Buy This Product
Well once again I got suckered into buying a very good piece of hardware that has very bad software support.

I think Logitech make outstanding products but they refuse to accept the responsibility for supporting the product after they get your money.

If you buy this Keyboard/Mouse system you may find it annoying to have a message pop up every 5 minutes saying "device connected on channel 2" You will not be able to type another keystroke until you click the "OK" button.

I went to the Logitech's website, read the help, read the forums, installed the lastest drivers & software. None of it worked. But the bummer part is that they do not even answer your email request for help. They SUCK !

I have solved the problem by removing all the software that came with the unit as well as the updated software from the Logitech website. I then installed the default driver from Microsoft. The bad part of this solution is that the Logitech software is what allows all of those nice little buttons on the keyboard to work. Without there software, I have a generic cordless Keyboard/Mouse. I could have saved $30 and bought any number of just as good units from other vendors.

I think my next Keyboard/Mouse system will be from Microsoft. They already have the drivers maybe they can get their buttons to work.

So in conclusion; Logitech SUCK when it comes to supporting there product.

Do NOT Buy This Product

1-0 out of 5 stars device connected on channel Window Problem
Worked great for a while then the "device connected on channel" window started appearing all the time. The focus goes to it, which interfers with your activity on your PC. (Must press OK on window or click on title bar of window your working on. Whatever you were typing is lost.) Have tried all the suggestions from Logitech such as moving things around, but no luck. Changed batteries, etc. Will not purchase any Logitech products in future, because Logitech is not addressing the problem. If they would not display the device connected on channel window, would not be should an annoyance. Looks like something left over from their debugging their software.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product
The Logitech Cordless Freedom Optical is an awesome keyboard/mouse combo. I've had mine for years and it has yet to fail me once. Sometimes it loses its wireless connection or it doesn't detect right, but I think thats just something you have to deal with in the earlier stages of wireless desktop computing. The mouse is very comfortable and the keyboard lets me type for hours with minimal discomfort. ... Read more


173. Logitech Cordless MouseMan Optical Mouse ( 930496-0403 )
list price: $54.99
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Asin: B00005AT7Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 2594
Average Customer Review: 4.03 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This innovative mouse combines advanced cordless and optical technologies. You can use it on any surface, and there's no cord to wrestle with or ball to clean. The Logitech Cordless MouseMan Optical works in a six-foot range without being pointed at the computer. Thanks to Logitech's advanced digital radio technology, it performs even on desks crowded with cups, books, and piles of paper. The wheel provides easy scrolling and quick access to your favorite Web sites. Logitech's smart power management allows the mouse to work beyond two months on the included AA batteries. The low-battery indicator gives plenty of warning before batteries die. ... Read more

Features

  • No cord to limit your movement or clutter your desk
  • Optical technology means greater accuracy and no cleaning
  • Smart power management feature, batteries work for months
  • WebWheel for easy, efficient document scrolling
  • Digital radio technology means no line of sight required

Reviews (105)

5-0 out of 5 stars This was well worth the price!!!!!!
What can I say, Cordless mice are cool, because they mean one less cable crossing your desk and tangling your stuff. Optical mice are cool, because they're maintenance-free -- no more having to remove a ball, blow away dust, and scrape crud off mechanical rollers. Now Logitech has beaten rodent rival Microsoft in the race to combine the two -- and if it didn't put an annoying eBay icon on your desktop during setup, the Cordless MouseMan Optical would be a perfectly nifty pointing device.

Like previous cordless mice, the new MouseMan comes in two parts: the mouse itself, a bit chunkier (5.3 ounces) than most due to two onboard AA batteries, and a half-mouse-sized radio receiver that plugs into your computer's USB or, via a supplied adapter, PS/2 port. (It's compatible with Windows 98, Me, 2000, and Mac OS 8.6 or later systems.)

The toughest part of installing the Optical was ripping open its impregnable cardboard package. The receiver has a four-foot cord, which we didn't bother uncoiling (though Logitech suggests you put the device at least 8 inches from your computer, monitor, or other electromagnetic emitter). The first time you start up the mouse, you need to push a "connect" button on the receiver and -- using a paper clip or letter opener -- one on the bottom of the mouse. After that, you're free to lean back and point and click; we strolled 10 to 15 feet from the PC without losing control, although once the receiver did lose the signal we had to walk all the way back to our desk to reestablish connection.

The reason optical mice haven't hitherto been cordless, or vice versa, is power consumption: An optical sensor similar to a scanner or digital camera takes a picture of the surface beneath the mouse 1,500 times per second, comparing pictures to detect mouse movement. Logitech says it teamed with Agilent Technologies to create a new optical chip that instantly, automatically shifts in and out of various power-saving modes (flickering between 1,500, 100, 10, and 2 flashes per second) as you move the mouse, click a button, or leave it idle. This yields battery life (checkable on a handy gauge in Windows' system tray) that the company estimates at three months from two disposable AA alkalines.

After some of the "Look, Ma, I'm ergonomic" swoops, tailfins, and light-up logos of recent mice, it's refreshing to report that the Cordless MouseMan Optical is mouse-shaped -- a conventional, comfortable oval with a slightly convex left side and rubber grip that cushions your thumb (your right thumb, that is; lefties are out of luck).

I highly recomend this item to everyone (that is right handed unfortunately)...

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth the investment
Sure it's more expensive than a traditional corded, non-optical mouse but it's worth it.

Very quick and problem less installation on my Win2K Pro system. Four buttons (including wheel) provides all the control surfaces one typically needs. I've never found it lacking in day-to-day work or gaming use.

The only two potentially negative aspects are the weight and need to replace batteries. At first it did seem a little heavy (due to the two AA batteries) but after a couple of days of use I don't even notice it now. On replacing the batteries, I use my system ~2 hours every other day and have had to replace the batteries twice in 6 months. Just buy yourself a bulk pack of AA batteries and stick them in your desk, it isn't good if your batteries die and you have none handy.

3-0 out of 5 stars Adequate, but disappointing
I've had this mouse for probably a year now. I have no real problem with the accuracy or ergonomics of the mouse (though I haven't bothered configuring the thumb button, which isn't in the most convenient position). The battery life isn't great... certainly nowhere near the 3 months claimed by the manufacturer, but that may just be because I use the computer more often than an average person-- I can't go more than a month (and sometimes a fortnight) before I have to change my batteries. Fortunately, I'm using NiMH rechargeables with a charged set always handy, so it's not a huge issue with me. However, the biggest problem with the mouse is that it displays an annoying tendency to randomly jump to the corner of the screen every few minutes or so. I get the impression that it's not a widespread problem, having read other reviews, but it's a data point nonetheless. Like I said, I've been using it a year, so the issues haven't been bad enough to ditch it entirely, but I do plan on getting a new mouse in the not-too-distant future, and probably handing this down to my g/f, who hopefully won't experience the same glitches on her PC.

2-0 out of 5 stars Paint easily peeled off after only 2 weeks/ not warranted!!
Seems Logitech knows they did a poor job on the painting so, after only 2 weeks normal office use, try to clean the mouse's palm rest area with a napkin, and guess what, the silver painting comes off and the white plastic shows. :(

Talked to Logitech support and descibed it to them, they said "Oh, you don't like that?" and then told me "the paint is not warranted". I guess because it's cosmetic, but only after 2 weeks? Sounds too soon to me. :(

2-0 out of 5 stars not so good
this mouse is way too heavy to be comfortable over the long run ... Read more


174. Logitech Harmony Remote 628 - universal remote control ( 966183-0403 )

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Asin: B00066FHHO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 24305
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Product Description

The Harmony Remote is the world's only remote with Smart State Technology Activity Control. Just press an Activity button such as "Watch TV" or "Watch a Movie", and the Harmony Remote will automatically set-up your entertainment system in seconds without you ever having to program a 'macro'. The Harmony Remote provides simple, intuitive control of even the most elaborate entertainment system for anyone in the family.With the world's only Smart State Database of electronic devices, set-up is a snap. The community-driven database together with IR learning ensures support of all infrared-controlled devices made by any manufacturer, including TiVo, HDVCR, HDTV, Plasma Displays, Monitors, Projectors, Lighting Control, CD/DVD-R, PVR, Satellite Radios, Amplifiers, DVD Players, Receivers, Dual VCRs and even combination devices like DVD-VCR components.With interactive media capabilities, you can select TV Shows, Movies or Music titles from the interactive display. You can even control devices like lights, fireplace and your personal computer! ... Read more


175. Logitech Cordless Optical 3-Button Mouse - Silver (931187-0403)

our price: $26.99
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Asin: B0001H9L3Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 9416
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176. Logitech 930499-0403 First Wheel Mouse USB/ps

Asin: B00004Y305
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 18881
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Daisy-chain up to 127 devices
  • USB connector

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Mouse for the price.
Considering the price, it simply is the best mouse you can buy in the US market. It might feel too narrow and small for the people with extra big hands, but for the others, it feels pretty comfortable while providing excelent control.
If you want absolutely the best mouse in the market regardless of the price, go for the MicroSoft mouses. Their design is superve for pretty much everyone with hands in various shapes and sizes. Too bad, MS discontinued their ball mouse. Ask to any professional gamers out there. With profer care, ball mouse provide better control for hardcore gamers.

5-0 out of 5 stars The only low $ mouse to consider
Unless you are going for a shaker (ifeel-I am, after Maximum PC comments and my experience with Logitech mouses vs. others) or a wireless (unacceptable for hard core gamers), this is the only mouse to consider. It's price can't be beat, and for the low bucks you get superb quality and precision. This mouse is recognized with built in Windows drivers, so you usually don't even have to install Logitech's propreitary drivers with the "extra" features. You plug it in and it works. Or you can install the drivers and in my experience they will peacefully coexist side by side. I have used this to be able to have both a Kensington Orbit with it's drivers installed (in the PS2 socket), which my wife likes, and this mouse (in a USB socket) on the same PC. Use one or the other, just move the other out of the way. I have another one for use with my laptop (that also must do side by side duty with the touch pad) that suffers road travel. I have yet to even have to clean either one. High value with a low entry fee.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best simple mouse.
This is a great mouse for anyone: gamers, businesspeople, newbies to the computer world, and the everyday computer user. It has everything you need without being expensive or over the top. It boasts a comfortable grip, a wheel button, and a high quality trackball. The wheel is essential for fast scrolling and can be used as an extra button for gamers who have mastered mouse usage. The trackball is efficient, allowing smooth cursor movements that wont get you killed in those intense FPS (first person shooters) firefights. It is easy to clean and needs to be done only on an occasional basis. The price is extremely affordable especially for businesses or home offices. It has everything an infrequent computer user needs and is cheap enough to buy in bulk for companies. I have an average to large hand and it fits quite comfortably in my hand, this mouse is perfect for my business use, however I prefer an optical mouse for my gaming. This is by the far the best mouse in terms of bang for your buck, cheap, affordable, well made, comfortable, and high quality. Everything you need in a simple mouse. The only problem I see is the possibility of it being too small for a large handed person, although that problem I'm sure I encountered with most models, unfortunate, but true. You can't go wrong for this price, you really can't.

5-0 out of 5 stars A gamers mouse
An excellent mouse with true control. Sturdy enough for lotsa game playing!

I learned a long time ago that the price of a mouse does not have anything to do with quality. This mouse outperforms the more expensive ones easilly.

5-0 out of 5 stars Logitech Optical Wheel Mouse
This is a great product for frequent internet users. The Optical WheelMouse by Logitech works awesome on both MACs and PCs. The Optical freedom gives you control on any surface. The Wheel is great for scrolling all websites and eliminates the hastle of hinding the scroll bar on the screen. The Logitech Optical Wheel Mouse is also great for both righties and lefties! The software is no hastle and is up and running in minutes. I recommend this product to everyone ... Read more


177. Logitech S200 Speakers Oem

our price: $22.99
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Asin: B0008F6QFK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 36156
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Logitech Inc (970145-0403) Logitech's new OEM S-200 black and silver 2.1 speaker system is the first ... Read more


178. Logitech X-230 SPKRS 2.1 WHITEBOX-32 RMS 64W FDD2 BLACK ( 970123-1403 )

our price: $33.99
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Asin: B0006BK4ZY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech, Inc.
Sales Rank: 2885
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Logitech Inc (970123-1403) X-230 2.1 speaker system from Logitech. Frequency directed dual driver s ... Read more

Features

  • 32W RMS (5.8W x2 + 20.4W)
  • Total peak power: 64 watts
  • Signal to noise ratio: >92db
  • Frequency response: 35Hz - 20kHz
  • Satellites: 4"L x 4 1/4"W x 5"H~Subwoofer: 8"L x 8"W x 10 1/4"H

179. Labtec Ultra Flat Keyboard - Silver/Black (967486-0403)

our price: $16.99
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Asin: B0002SAE4W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Labtec
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180. Labtec Internet Desktop ( 967318-0403)
list price: $19.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B000098WE6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Labtec
Sales Rank: 15724
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars great value
i know, you are thinking 'that thing is so cheap...you get what you pay for.' honestly, with a mouse and keyboard you can't expect much difference in an expensive set and a cheap set. this keyboard and mouse perform your basic functions while looking stylish. if you aren't concerned with wireless or optical abilities, or just can't afford anything better, this set is for you. buy this product; you'll be pleasantly surprised! ... Read more


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