Stay productive with this Logitech wireless mouse. The three button design with scroll wheel provides an easy-to-use traditional layout and convenience when browsing, while a wireless range of over 30 feet lets you move freely. This Logitech wireless mouse offers 12 hours of battery life to get you through long projects, gaming sessions or binge-watching sprees.
12 month battery life
Click and scroll in style for up to 12 months on a single, pre-installed battery.
10m wireless range
Responsive and secure link between mouse and receiver from up to 33 feet (10m) away.*
Logitech Unifying 2.4 GHz wireless connection
Wirelessly connects to the included Unifying nano-receiver, which plugs in to your computer's USB port and works across an array of Unifying-compatible wireless devices.
Logitech Smooth Optical Tracking technology
Improved LED light positioning makes this optical mouse more responsive and accurate.
Portable style that clicks
Comfortable enough to use for hours at the desk but portable enough to be carried in your handbag or to your next meeting.
Works across all operating systems
Universally compatible and work across Windows, Mac, Chrome OS and Linux.
*Actual wireless range may vary with use, settings, and environmental conditions.
Nano Unifying Receiver
1 AA battery (pre-installed)
1000 dots per inch
Number of Buttons (Total)
Design Collection Wireless Optical Mouse with Nano Receiver - Works with Chromebook
Linux Kernel 2.6 or later, Apple MacOS X 10.5 or later, Google Chrome OS, Microsoft Windows 7 / 8 / RT / 10
The Logitech Design Collection Wireless Mouse, in Teal maze, is an update to their compact mouse offering. In the past I have used a couple of compact Logitech mice. A M317 and a M325C doodle collection – the 317 for work travels, and the 325C for my kids. I have always been a Logitech fan because of their mouse lineup and the unifying receiver technology they use, so I’m always happy to try out a new mouse. So far I’ve had a G602, M705 (2X), M317, M325C, and a G Pro Wireless.
Features for this little mouse are its long battery life – up to a year, ~30 ft range, 1000 DPI sensor, and unifying receiver. I have a lot of experience with Logitech mice as I have owned a lot of them. I currently use an M705 for work, a G Pro Wireless for gaming, and an M325C for on the go/kids. I have a lot of experience with the unifying receiver (ease of use, range), battery life, and build quality of the mice. In my experience the unifying receiver is fantastic. It has great range, easily connects right out of the box, and you can pair 6 devices to one receiver. So far the Design Collection mouse and receiver combo has pretty well lived up to this ease of use and range. As far as battery life goes – I usually get longer use times. My M325C is over a year, my M705 is closing in on 3.5 years and is about dead (3 years claimed). So they definitely last what they claim they do. The 1000 DPI sensor is perfectly fine for anything outside of gaming or precise graphic design tasks.
Build quality on the mouse is good and roughly what I would expect out of Logitech. The little rubber sides give you a good grip and sit flush with the casing. The design panel includes the left and right buttons, and also sits nice and flush with the casing. Buttons themselves have a good clickiness and require an average amount of pressure to click. The center scroll wheel is made out of single piece of rubbery material. My finger grips it well as I scroll it. To click the wheel isn’t much effort either. Spinning the wheel is fine, a little heavier than my M325C but still not too bad. The Teal Maze design is nice looking for sure. I’m used to grey or black mice so it’s a refreshing change.
Mouse ergonomics are completely personal preference. My favorite mouse to use is the M705 because it’s a little larger and its shape fits my hand/wrist angle better. Compact mice like the M325C and this Design Collection mouse are great for on the go workloads or traveling. I use mine occasionally for mobile instances, but it wouldn’t be a daily driver for me. That’s a personal preference for sure because I certainly think this mouse is comfortable to use. I like its weight and width, and it will certainly go in my work bag. I will say it is the perfect size for my kids’ hands. They are 5 and 7 and it works great. My M705 or G Pro are a little too big for their hands, so that’s a pretty solid use case for it.
Also, props to Logitech for their packaging. Its the plastic thermo-sealed clamshell we all hate, but with an inner perforated tear-away zone. Super easy to remove, which is always nice.
Overall, it’s a good little mouse that looks pretty nice. Logitech knows what they are doing, so I trust that this mouse is well built and will last a long time.
Hi Dave W, Thank you for your five-star review! It is greatly appreciated. Continue to enjoy your device. If you ever need assistance, please contact Logitech Support on the website. LaShonda from Logitech
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
WOW!! Design Collection Mouse *POPS* With Color!!
The Logitech - Design Collection Wireless Optical Mouse with Nano Receiver - Teal Maze is a gorgeous accessory for your desk that brings cheer & joy to a traditional boring, solid color mouse.
This mouse has a soft, comfortable feel, as well as precision 1000dpi control. It works beautifully on MacOS & PC (and works on other OS that I did not test). Simply plug in the included tiny (Nano) Receiver & you are set!
The range of this mouse is incredible! I found the claimed over 30 foot range to be accurate.The curser movement is smooth as silk.
Logitech claims 12 months on one (included) AA battery! That is amazing!
Tha lightweight design with rubber grips feels great in your hand. This is a small mouse & is a breath of fresh air if you are trying to avoid the mega sized mice that have become so prevalent.
The Logitech Design Collection Wireless Optical Mouse is a winner & hits all of the "Must Have" options for an ideal mouse. It easily earns 5 Stars & my Highest Recommendation!
Hi Gadgetguy11, Thank you for your five-star review! It is greatly appreciated. Continue to enjoy your device. If you ever need assistance, please contact Logitech Support on the website. LaShonda from Logitech
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Small, Comfortable & Accurate
I have used many Logitech devices over the years and when it comes to choosing a computer accessory such as a keyboard or a mouse, Logitech is usually the first and only brand I look to buy.
I just bought a new laptop and I wanted a smaller mouse that would be comfortable and easy to take on the go.
The new Design Collection fits the bill with some added flair. It is compact, yet not too small. It is very comfortable in the hand with rubberized grips on the sides and scroll wheel, and a smooth metallic looking plastic on the top surface.
It comes with a universal plug and play USB receiver. It is a very small low profile receiver which has a range of about 33’. When not in use you can store it inside the mouse.
Once plugged onto your computer it takes just a few seconds for your computer to recognize and install the device.
There is literally nothing else you have to do other than turn on the power switch on the under side of the mouse.
I have this installed on a Windows laptop but it is also compatible with Mac and Chrome OS.
It comes with a AA alkaline battery already installed, and it is rated to last for 12 months. Based on my experience with other Logitech wireless mouse devices I have used, I have no doubt that this is true.
The Design Collection comes in 4 distinct colorful patterns. I have the Teal Maze, which is close in color to our local teams the Dolphins and the Marlins, and has an attractive graphic Maze deign on top. This particular design would be suitable for male or female customers.
Most importantly the operation of the mouse was smooth and precise and caused no fatigue after long periods of use.
I am very happy with this mouse and would highly recommend it.
As a longtime computer user I have bounced back and forth through the years between two major brands, Microsoft and Logitech. When my work mouse, a Microsoft mouse, recently quit working due to a faulty scroll bar I decided this time I'd find a nice, inexpensive little Logitech mouse to replace it. I saw the Logitech had a nice cheap and cool looking little mouse and I really liked it so I decided to give it a try.
When the mouse arrived a few days later I really liked it and the design was really what I was looking for. As good as it had looked online it looked even better in person. Unpacking it I saw that it came with it's own battery. Setup was 3 easy steps. First, remove the tab to activate the battery that was already in the mouse. Second plug in the mouse USB receiver to your computer (it is located just inside the battery compartment) and last, turn it on. That's it, I didn't install anything and it was up and running and ready to go.
Using it is pleasant, it scrolls smoothly and I have had only one small issue with using it, one morning it was jittery so I unplugged the USB and used another USB port and it went away. Be aware there is no back button on this mouse so if that is important you may want to look for another model. I'd definitely recommend this mouse as it's a good little mouse that works well, looks nice and is a real value for the money. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!
I've been using Logitech wireless mice for years. This is probably my 5th or 6th. Bought this one for my work mouse after I gave my kids my "old" mouse while we are remote working from home and school.
Picked it because of the colors. It's not as vibrant as the picture, but still very pretty. Works great and is very sensitive and responsive.
A:AnswerUnfortunately, the Design Collection mice can only be connected using the included USB wireless receiver. The model I would recommend for you and your son is the M355 which works with USB or Bluetooth and functions well with Chromebooks. https://www.bestbuy.com/site/logitech-m355-wireless-optical-mouse-works-with-chromebook-graphite/6373448.p?skuId=6373448