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Laser mouse runs for up to three years on one set of batteries. Easily add up to five compatible wireless mice and keyboards to the tiny Unifying receiver that stays in your notebook. The sculpted, right-hand shape with stealth thumb button guides your hand to a naturally poised position and places customizable control within your reach. Three thumb buttons let you move quickly between Web pages or applications. Laser mouse also features laser tracking and hyperfast scrolling for precision navigating lists, slides and images. Laser mouse includes personalizer software, Unifying receiver and two AA batteries. Plug into a USB port on a PC (Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7) or a Mac (OS X 10.4 or later).
Product Title: Logitech M705 Mouse
Power Score: 4.2 | 11 Reviews
Cable Connectors: USB
Product Reviews (6)
I ordered the M705 cordless mouse for use with my HP Envy 15 Laptop because I seem to have problems with the laptop's ImagePad. The cordless mouse works very well.
By BruceL on HP - Sep 27, 2012
This is an awesome mouse...love the features
I would highly recommend this mouse. It is easy to use, great features and really conforms to you hand. The mouse action is awesome. Great product!
By lw1776 on HP - Mar 11, 2012
Great Mouse and Great Value
No problems, plug and play. No problems downloading additional software and updates from Logitech site. Smooth scrolling either in fast mode or click mode. All buttons fit your hand with ease. Great product for laptop or desktop.
By teddybear4152 on HP - Jan 21, 2012
Outstanding mouse. It moves smoothly and accurately. Best I have ever used.
By RET88 on HP - Dec 25, 2011
Feature rich and totally usable.
This is my first experience with wireless products, and this mouse, also marketed as Marathon Mouse, doesn't disappoint. I thought "hyperscroll" was just another gimmick, but within the first few hours of surfing, I found myself loving it. You press the button behind the scroll wheel and it basically takes off the "brakes." You can spin the wheel down to the bottom of a long page or list without...
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This is my first experience with wireless products, and this mouse, also marketed as Marathon Mouse, doesn't disappoint. I thought "hyperscroll" was just another gimmick, but within the first few hours of surfing, I found myself loving it. You press the button behind the scroll wheel and it basically takes off the "brakes." You can spin the wheel down to the bottom of a long page or list without messing with scrollbars. And speaking of scrolling, if you download the software from Logitech, "leaning" on the scroll wheel on one side or the other will scroll a wide page side to side. And two buttons at the top of the thumb curve will page you back or forward. These features I described are good because it keeps you from having to pick up and move the mouse a lot. The reason you don't want to do that is because it's kind of heavy. It's called "marathon" because it will last up to three years on the AA batteries because there are two of them. You can actually take one out because they aren't in a circuit, but then it's not "marathon" anymore; however, the remaining battery can be placed in either spot changing the center of gravity. So it's entirely up to the user as to what they want to do (but I still think it's heavy). I'm definitely happy with the mouse, and the dinky little receiver is great, too. It has a long range and I was able to pair it with the Logitech Wireless Illuminated Keyboard (not available here) using just the one, which frees up a USB port. (Meaning you don't have to get a dedicated combo set.) I have no problems recommending it.
By SavvyCat on HP - Nov 30, 2010