Logitech M505 Mouse

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Wireless Mouse M505 receiver is so small, it can stay in a notebook USB port and allow people to add multiple wireless mice or additional keyboards to the same receiver. So they can have the comfort and convenience of using peripherals with their notebook just like they do at the office even when they're on the go or at home without fumbling with cords or multiple receivers. This unique feature requires Logitech Unifying software.


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Product Title: Logitech M505 Mouse

Manufacturer: Logitech

Power Score: 4.5 | 4 Reviews


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fits the hand well

very small unit that fits well into the hand. it has very good features.

By jaycie on HP - Jun 20, 2012

Logitech M505

Testseek.com has collected 7 expert reviews for Logitech M505 and the average expert rating is 71 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek.com to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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By testseek.com - Apr 14, 2011

Logitech Wireless Mouse M505 | Light Silver

The Logitech Wireless Mouse M505 is a cordless laser mouse that connects to Windows and Macintosh computers via a wireless 2.4GHz plug-n-play USB receiver. It utilizes Logitech’s laser technology, which provides more precision and accuracy than conventional optical/scrolling mice. Note also that the M550 features an ambidextrous design that is ergonomic and keeps the user’s hand...
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By productwiki.com - Apr 26, 2010

Pros and Cons of Logitech Wireless Mouse M505

PROS:Wireless, Paired receiver also works with selected Logitech products simultaneously, Ergonomic design, Batteries included. CONS:Small size may be difficult for users with large hands. REVIEW:In general, wireless mice tend to have lesser responsiveness than wired mice because the tracking signals coming from the mouse has to factor in more variables like distance, position, obstacles and even...
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By intellireview.com - Aug 3, 2011

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