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Logitech - M720 Triathlon Wireless Optical Mouse - Black

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Switch between devices without swapping your mouse by using this Logitech Triathlon multi-device mouse. Pair it with up to three computers or tablets via Bluetooth or a Logitech Unifying Receiver and toggle to each one individually with the Easy-Switch technology. A responsive scroll wheel and customizable software make using this Logitech Triathlon multi-device mouse easy.

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    Overview

    What's Included


    • AA battery (pre-installed)
    • Logitech M720 Triathlon Wireless Optical Mouse
    • Unifying receiver
    • User documentation

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    95% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (626 out of 660)

    Features


    Logitech Advanced Optical Tracking technology

    Improved LED light positioning makes this optical mouse more responsive and accurate.

    Logitech Flow technology

    Seamlessly control up to three computers with one mouse and copy-paste text, images and files between them (Mac and Windows PC only).

    Wirelessly connects to your computer with Bluetooth

    This mouse connects to your computer without using wires or taking up a USB port.

    8 buttons

    Provide access to frequently used commands and functions for powerful control.

    Scroll wheel

    Enables smooth, fast movement.

    Maximum of 1000 dpi

    Lets you find the perfect sensitivity.

    Compatible with most Windows and Mac computers

    Works across a wide array of computers.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 660 reviews

    95%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Good mouse, good concept.

      Posted
      thoots
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      I actually returned this mouse because I found it a bit "bulkier" than I preferred, but that's just "personal preference" rather than any knock against the mouse. But I can certainly write a review and put this mouse into perspective: Over the years, I have certainly come to prefer Logitech's mice. Frankly, my favorite mouse for many years has been its "MX Anywhere" mouse, a rather spendy mouse that has one slight problem: It just plain wears out over time, and starts malfunctioning just enough to make life miserable. And actually, Logitech has come out with a "new, improved" version of that mouse, which I tried and definitely didn't like as much as the older one. I was able to find one of the older ones the last time I needed a replacement, but that option is long gone by now. So, I thought I'd give this one a try. It's certainly not a bad mouse in any way, and it has the novel feature that allows you to use it with three different computers over Bluetooth. Though, I have to say that I usually use my notebook computers "along with my desktop computer" -- my normal usage means that I really do need a different mouse for each computer. Otherwise, I suppose this feature has got to be worthwhile to a lot of other folks. I went through an interesting little setup routine when I installed this mouse on my desktop computer: It's "Bluetooth," and my computer doesn't have Bluetooth. But, since it showed that it comes with a dongle that has a Bluetooth logo on it, I figured I could indeed install it on my desktop computer. Well, surprise number 1 came when I went looking for the dongle -- the package just shows a PICTURE of it, and in fact it's contained within the mouse, under the slider you have to pull out to change the battery. This is one of those things that the "pictures-only" instructions could have clarified in a couple of seconds, by using just a handful of words. But no. Surprise #2 came when I plugged the dongle into my computer -- I got an "Oh, no, you can only use one dongle at a time." I still had my old dongle plugged into the computer, because I also use a Logitech wireless keyboard. In the end, this is all part of Logitech's "Unifying" hardware and software, and what I finally comprehended was that all of those "Unifying" dongles actually HAVE BLUETOOTH -- I didn't need to use the new dongle at all, as my old one provided the Bluetooth connection I needed. Ultimately, though, I wasn't quite satisfied with the feel of the mouse, and I wound up returning it. Not only was it a bit bulkier than I preferred, but the buttons weren't quite stiff enough to deal with a little personal issue I've always had: I always tend to rest my "right mouse finger" on the right-side button, which often leads to unintended right mouse clicks. Like a lot of mice these days, this has "nothing but buttons" all the way to the edges, and the buttons weren't otherwise stiff enough to keep away the inadvertent right-clicks. In the end, I found a different Logitech mouse -- the M10 Advanced -- which not only felt better in my hand, but also has the buttons "inset" inside an outer shell, which really allows me to rest my finger without activating unintended right clicks. So, that one was "just right," instead of this one. So, that's my story. This is a fine mouse, but I prefer the M510.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Nice Mouse for the Price

      Posted
      JCB1
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Logitech products have been a choice for many years. Many to most have held up over the years and some not so much. This mouse replaces an M500 when the right-click failed. This mouse was chosen mainly for its larger size and replaceable batteries. I do not like rechargeable batteries especially when not replaceable along with shorter life cycles between charges. This mouse boasts a 2 year battery life which is consistent with previous Logitech mice purchased and this is for a single AA battery. This mouse has a comfortable weight and size better suited for my usage. It has a multi-device feature which I probably will never use but a nice feature if this is important to you. It has a scroll lock which is typically not used in my case. I prefer the free wheel scrolling and it really glides. The mouse clicks are accurate. The right-click has a different sound to it than the left. The right seems a little louder. The right and left click button are rather large and easily pressed. There are two buttons for the right and left click whereas on the previous model used it had a solid button for both right and left click. It does have an on and off switch on the bottom if that's of benefit to you. There are three buttons to the side that I never use or program. They don't cause any interference when using the mouse. The top and majority of the mouse is black. The bottom is white. Would prefer it to be all black but the white portion is very thin but visible. I would prefer if Logitech made all their mice with a replaceable battery option. Some of their "higher" models are only replaceable and although the ergonomics seem a better fit they lose me on the rechargeable batteries. It's a nice mouse for the price and hope to get a lot of use out of it.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Awesome mouse!

      Posted
      BIGASN
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      My old trusty Logitech v270 bluetooth mouse died and I was desperate for a replacement. Optical vs laser doesn't really matter to me, though I do like that the laser works better on multiple surfaces (such as glass) so it gives me flexibility when I travel. Sure there are much cheaper mice, but I got this one on sale so I figured I'd try something fancy, and I'm absolutely delighted with the custom buttons that I didn't think I'd ever use. Just download and install the "Logitech Options" program, and customizing the buttons is as simple as choosing from a drag and drop list. I use this with a Macbook Pro, and I love having dedicated buttons to go backwards/fowards for web browsing, and i programed the other buttons to clear the desktop and mission control (see all open windows at once). NOTE A few things to note: when I first opened the Logitech Options app to customize the mouse buttons, I was confused about the "middle button" which looked like it was between the left and right mouse buttons in the graphic. I foolishly tried clicking both buttons at once, but then realized the button is the scroll wheel. Just press it in like any other button. DUH. The other button I was confused about, yet felt less silly over, was the one on the left side of the mouse where your thumb would be if you were holding it with your right hand. There's actually a little button hidden in the body of that little ergonomic curve, which you'll quickly notice when you press it in. It has a nice touch so you can tell when you press it, and I haven't had any issues accidentally pressing it. BLUETOOTH NOTE I wasted a bunch of time trying to figure out why this bluetooth mouse wouldn't sync up with my laptop or even be recognized. Turns out, this uses Smart Bluetooth, which I guess is a newer version of the tech, and is incompatible with the bluetooth in my old 2010 MacBook Pro. Considering my laptop's 6 years old now, I guess that's fair, being that's a lifetime in tech years. Fortunately they include a unifying receiver which works very well and has a little slot to hide inside the mouse when not in use or traveling. My only knock on this mouse is that I can't use it with a bluetooth connection like I was hoping to, but that's cause I have an old computer. Other than that, it's a great mouse and I really enjoy the custom buttons which I use way more frequently than I thought I would.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Overall Daily Mouse

      Posted
      Erwin
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      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I'm finicky when it comes to computer peripherals. It has to be the right size, right features, and right feel, especially if I need to use it on a daily basis for work. I went thru a batch of mouse peripherals and always something is off. It's either too small, too flat, too big, or hard to click, or very soft to click, and so on. The recent Logitech I had was good, but I felt it was small for prolonged use and results to uncomfortable palming. Until I ran across the M720, which I think just has the right size, shape, and feel. I like heavier mouse, and the heft to this is just right. I like that it has the ability to do very fast scroll when you need to. I like that it has a lot of buttons to customize. And overall, I like that it can both be used either as a Bluetooth mouse, or with the 2.4Ghz dongle. Overall, this is one mouse I would want to use for a long time. It's comfortable for a full-day's use. I'm currently using it via Bluetooth, and I do not sense any latency or lag. The lag only happens when you first turn on your laptop and then turn on the mouse. When it re-establishes connection, it goes thru 2-3 seconds of sluggishness, which is expected and acceptable. But all throughout the day, it stays very stable and responsive.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Tremendous Value & Works Great on Mac

      Posted
      BobbyGhouls
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I have a MacBook Pro for work, and I was struggling with the on-board trackpad. I was also having trouble spending $79 for the Apple Magic Mouse when I knew all I needed was a basic mouse. I found this mouse on sale during Black Friday, and I am really happy with it so far. That being said, I do have a few issues with this mouse that prevent me from giving a 5 star review. The first (a minor one), is that you cannot use it until after login, when setting the mouse up as a bluetooth mouse. This is because the OS will not connect with the mouse until after login, so you still have to use the trackpad to login. The second issue that I had was that the button placement and setup seems incorrect, but I was able to get around that by Installing Logitech Options on my MacBook. Lastly, for some reason my MacBook doesn't discover the mouse as a Bluetooth mouse, but it was able to pair with my MacBook over Bluetooth and works fine that way. In other words, it's not been an issue, but it is interesting that the MacBook doesn't see it as a mouse. Other than that, this mouse works absolutely fine for my day-to-day tasks on the Mac and I would still rate it highly despite the issues above. I would say if you have the money and want something to "just work out of the box", you may want to invest in the magic mouse, but this one works fine for me.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Probably the best mouse for most people.

      Posted
      Reophym
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      The Logitech M720 is a jack of all trades, and I mean that in a good way. The basics are solid: the mouse has a reliable connection over both Bluetooth and the unifying receiver, tracks well on most surfaces without the use of a mousepad, and has a good button feel. Moreover, there are a few features that set this mouse apart from most others: Ergonomics. This mouse is one of the most comfortable mice I have used: it is ergonomic (for right-handed people) and pleasantly midsize, unlike some other mice like the MX Master 2S, and the build quality and grip is excellent. Battery Life. 24 months is the claim: I have not used the mouse for that long, but the battery seems to hold up well. The Scroll Wheel. I personally find it necessary to have Logitech's dual-mode scroll wheel based on what type of scrolling I'm doing. Beyond this, there is the feature to connect to multiple devices, which I don't use personally but could be helpful. Moreover, this stellar combination doesn't break the bank, at $20 as I bought it, which is one fifth of the price of the MX Master 2S. tl;dr very satisfied with the purchase, and if mice are to your tastes, this is probably the best combination of quality, features, and price on the market.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Cool Product When Windows Updates Allows it to be

      Posted
      Milliardo
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      Ever since the most recent Windows update, my built in blue tooth receiver on my PC regularly gets disabled, typically involving my PC going to sleep. This is a Windows issue, not a Logitech issue; however, my PC is pretty top-of-the-line, so I know that others would share this problem. I can't express how annoying it is to have to unpack my old keyboard once a week to troubleshoot my blue tooth. Why am I including this in a review about this product? Because a keyboard and a mouse are the only means most people have to control their PC to troubleshoot. This makes disabled input devices twice as frustrating as the standard issue. That said... When this product works (again, not a fault of the product, but a fault of a recent Windows update) it works incredibly well. Switching between two separate PCs is quick and easy. Paired with Logitech - K780 Wireless Keyboard, I have an elite switching mechanism for bouncing control back and forth. I love the concept here, and if they included 2 wireless receivers instead of one (or gave me the option to buy a second one) so that both PCs were controlled by wireless adapters and not blue tooth, the blue tooth issue I described above would be a non-factor. I greatly recommend WITH CAUTION, based on your system and your ability to troubleshoot.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great mouse with great features

      Posted
      mgco
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      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      First, the build of the mouse is awesome. It fits my hand and compliments the natural resting form of my hand. So I give it a big thumbs up with that regard. Second, the features on it, such as the two modes of feel for the scroll wheel, is very well thought out. Before I start with what I dislike about this, let me say that I am being very critical for the purpose of being detailed as possible. One thing I do not like about this is the lag or lack of precise responsiveness. I bought this for my MacBook so I can do some photo editing and I could tell right away that I was going to have a little trouble with small movements. It doesn't pick up small movements very well. Also, moving from a dead stop is sort of jittery. I've tried using the mouse on different surfaces and all came back with the same results. I guess the silver lining to this is that the mouse is very versatile with regards to working surfaces you may have. Other than that I gave this 4 stars mainly because I feel that a 5 star is reserved for products that really impress me in every aspect.

      I would recommend this to a friend

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    • Computer ShopperMelissa J. Perenson on January 12, 2017
      Logitech M720 Triathlon Mouse Review and Ratings
      The Triathlon Mouse is easy to share wirelessly across up to three computers or Android devices, but we miss support for iOS, and the scroll wheel is too sensitive.Full Review



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