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Topic # 87111 20-Jul-2011 12:05
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http://www.logitech.com/en-nz/mice-pointers/mice/devices/couch-mouse-M515

what do people think of this mouse as a
a) portable tabletPC mouse
b) FPS gaming mouse (not hardcore player though haha)
c) desktop useage ( tablet laptop on stand)

I like the sealed sensor feature, and the useable on most surfaces (minus glass), along with the battery only on when you're holding the mouse feature

Feedback would be appreciated

it costs $89 at uni IT shop - can probaly get it cheaper online though haha

Anyone tried it out or got one? hows the ergonomics and size feel?

Cheers
Nathan

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  Reply # 510849 23-Aug-2011 20:43
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well i went ahead and bought it, Been using it for about a month now.

Really happy with all the features

A few minor niggles
- no bag included for the mouse. Some boxes state there is a carry bag. Didnt realise mine didnt until after.
- the battery cover can pop off a bit too easily for my liking. Has come off in my bag a few times now.
- ergonomics are good for its size, but its a wee bit on the small side for me.
- Base gets very scuffed (still works fine though)


Other than that, Im really likely the touch detect for power feature - no more curser sliding on the couch!



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  Reply # 510857 23-Aug-2011 21:04
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well i went ahead and bought it, Been using it for about a month now.

Really happy with all the features

A few minor niggles
- no bag included for the mouse. Some boxes state there is a carry bag. Didnt realise mine didnt until after.
- the battery cover can pop off a bit too easily for my liking. Has come off in my bag a few times now.
- ergonomics are good for its size, but its a wee bit on the small side for me.
- Base gets very scuffed (still works fine though)


Other than that, Im really likely the touch detect for power feature - no more curser sliding on the couch!

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