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Logitech MX900 Bluetooth mouse reviewed

Posted on 16-Jun-2004 18:27 | Filed under: News


Logitech MX900 Bluetooth mouse reviewed
Our user Ben has posted on his personal blog some personal views and thoughts on this Bluetooth mouse.

"My main reasons for selecting the MX900 were bluetooth, and Logitech’s pedigree. I was looking for a bluetooth hub for my PC so that I could wirelessly sync my Pocket PC. The MX900 performs admirably in this task. The Logitech software (based on the Widcomm BT stack) installed seamlessly on my Windows 2000 PC, and with the help of Geekzone’s Bluetooth Guides, I was up and syncing inside of 5 minutes. This is what I was referring to when I mentioned simplicity earlier. There were no patches to apply, or settings to tweak. Just plug it in, install the software and that’s it. As a developer this is very important to me. I personally have no problem in hacking away on a config file, or compiling the drivers from source code, but as with the software I write, I am much happier if it passes the “Mum” test. Could my mum install this mouse? Hell yes!"

Read more on his blog, following the link below.


More information: http://www.cent-com.com/ben/archives/2004/06/...