I’ve had a couple of different mice brands thru the years, mostly Logitech, but also a couple of the MS variety too. They all work well, but this one seems slightly more ergonomic to me, and it’s sleep mode seems to do a great job with battery life. The thing that really sold me though was a recent experience I had with my 3 year old blue one. I moved my laptop downstairs and put the mouse in my fleece jacket pocket. I forgot about it and a couple days later washed the jacket. Transferring clothes from the washer to the dryer, there was my favorite blue Logitech mouse. It was scuffed up, the battery cover was laying a couple inches away and the battery was under some other clothes. I thought it was done but set it on the counter and let it dry for a couple of days. Got a fresh battery and to my surprise, it still works. Can’t beat that. You can see the scuffs and some scratches in the pic, but still works great.
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Goondu review: Logitech Wireless Mouse M325 April 23rd, 2011 | by Aaron Tan
Logitech has recently introduced its M325 wireless mouse with 72 ratchets so you can scroll through more lines of content with a single flick on the scroll wheel. Each ratchet corresponds to about one line of content, so fewer ratchets means moreFull Review
Optimized for Internet browsing and document scrolling, the Logitech M325 is upping the ante with a 72-ratchet scroll wheel. Not only does it offer precise scrolling for pages of text on the Web, it also brings about smooth control forFull Review
A:AnswerThe green light doesn't stay on, it does that to conserve battery power. When you've downloaded the software, you can program one of the buttons to show the battery level. Also, anytime it's been sitting long enough to go to sleep it will show the battery level when you wake it up. Of course like you said when you turn it off and turn it back on the light turns on to show you the battery level and then turns itself back off. The battery indicator ALSO works when you unplug it from the cord while it's on. I hope I'm clear enough to be understood in my answer :) Have fun!
A:AnswerThe part you're referring to is called a "receiver" or "nano-receiver". You can purchase it separately, just Google "Logitech Unifying USB Receiver" and make sure what you pick is specified for your mouse model.
A:AnswerThe device is normally paired to the unified receiver so no need to worry about cross talk. I use multiple Logitech devices in the same office with unified receivers and none on them pick up what the other is doing (they are 4ft apart). Just as an FYI, there is a unified tool/software from Logitech (http://support.logitech.com/software/unifying) that helps you sync or pair your device with another receiver. It will also show the paired devices if you really want to see what device you USB receiver is set to use.