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Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue

Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue

Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue
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Features

  • ERGONOMIC SHAPE:Ergonomically sculpted design and soft rubber grips conform to your right or left hand to be naturally comfortable and the compact size makes it easy to take with you wherever you use your computer at home, at work, or anywhere else
  • CONVENIENT CONTROLS: Back/forward buttons and side to side scrolling plus zoom let you do more, faster (requires free Logitech Options software)
  • LONG BATTERY LIFE: You might forget this mouse runs on batteries with 2 years of power from 2 AA batteries. Mouse Dimensions (height x width x depth) - 4.72 in (120 millimeter) x 2.56 in (65 millimeter) x 1.61 in (41 millimeter). Receiver Dimensions (height x width x depth)- 0.57 in (14.4 millimeter) x 0.74 in (18.7 millimeter) x 0.24 in (6.1 millimeter)
  • PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLS: Configure the buttons to do exactly what you want like switching applications, opening browser windows or jump to full screen while watching videos
  • PLUG'N'PLAY CONNECTION: Nano sized Logitech wireless unifying receiver stays in your computer plug it in, forget it, even add compatible wireless devices without multiple USB receivers USB connector is located underneath the item inside where the batteries are stored

Description

With its contoured shape, soft rubber grips and handy controls, the Logitech Wireless Mouse M510 gives you more control, so you can do more with your mouse. System Requirements: Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7|Chrome OS|Linux Kernel 2.6+|USB port. Sensor Resolution - 1000 System Requirements: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7 Chrome OS Linux Kernel 2.6+ USB port


Wireless Type 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency


Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1


Brand Name Logitech


Series M510


Item model number 910-002533


Item Weight 3.2 ounces


Product Dimensions 3.5 x 3 x 2 inches


Item Dimensions L x W x H 3.5 x 3 x 2 inches


Color Dark Blue


Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)


ASIN B006JRIDHK


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 20,097 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #8 in Computer Mice


Date First Available December 24, 2011


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Features

  • ERGONOMIC SHAPE:Ergonomically sculpted design and soft rubber grips conform to your right or left hand to be naturally comfortable and the compact size makes it easy to take with you wherever you use your computer at home, at work, or anywhere else
  • CONVENIENT CONTROLS: Back/forward buttons and side to side scrolling plus zoom let you do more, faster (requires free Logitech Options software)
  • LONG BATTERY LIFE: You might forget this mouse runs on batteries with 2 years of power from 2 AA batteries. Mouse Dimensions (height x width x depth) - 4.72 in (120 millimeter) x 2.56 in (65 millimeter) x 1.61 in (41 millimeter). Receiver Dimensions (height x width x depth)- 0.57 in (14.4 millimeter) x 0.74 in (18.7 millimeter) x 0.24 in (6.1 millimeter)
  • PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLS: Configure the buttons to do exactly what you want like switching applications, opening browser windows or jump to full screen while watching videos
  • PLUG'N'PLAY CONNECTION: Nano sized Logitech wireless unifying receiver stays in your computer plug it in, forget it, even add compatible wireless devices without multiple USB receivers USB connector is located underneath the item inside where the batteries are stored

Description

With its contoured shape, soft rubber grips and handy controls, the Logitech Wireless Mouse M510 gives you more control, so you can do more with your mouse. System Requirements: Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7|Chrome OS|Linux Kernel 2.6+|USB port. Sensor Resolution - 1000 System Requirements: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7 Chrome OS Linux Kernel 2.6+ USB port


Wireless Type 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency


Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1


Brand Name Logitech


Series M510


Item model number 910-002533


Item Weight 3.2 ounces


Product Dimensions 3.5 x 3 x 2 inches


Item Dimensions L x W x H 3.5 x 3 x 2 inches


Color Dark Blue


Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)


ASIN B006JRIDHK


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 20,097 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #8 in Computer Mice


Date First Available December 24, 2011


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • ERGONOMIC SHAPE:Ergonomically sculpted design and soft rubber grips conform to your right or left hand to be naturally comfortable and the compact size makes it easy to take with you wherever you use your computer at home, at work, or anywhere else
  • CONVENIENT CONTROLS: Back/forward buttons and side to side scrolling plus zoom let you do more, faster (requires free Logitech Options software)
  • LONG BATTERY LIFE: You might forget this mouse runs on batteries with 2 years of power from 2 AA batteries. Mouse Dimensions (height x width x depth) - 4.72 in (120 millimeter) x 2.56 in (65 millimeter) x 1.61 in (41 millimeter). Receiver Dimensions (height x width x depth)- 0.57 in (14.4 millimeter) x 0.74 in (18.7 millimeter) x 0.24 in (6.1 millimeter)
  • PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLS: Configure the buttons to do exactly what you want like switching applications, opening browser windows or jump to full screen while watching videos
  • PLUG'N'PLAY CONNECTION: Nano sized Logitech wireless unifying receiver stays in your computer plug it in, forget it, even add compatible wireless devices without multiple USB receivers USB connector is located underneath the item inside where the batteries are stored

Description

With its contoured shape, soft rubber grips and handy controls, the Logitech Wireless Mouse M510 gives you more control, so you can do more with your mouse. System Requirements: Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7|Chrome OS|Linux Kernel 2.6+|USB port. Sensor Resolution - 1000 System Requirements: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7 Chrome OS Linux Kernel 2.6+ USB port


Wireless Type 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency


Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1


Brand Name Logitech


Series M510


Item model number 910-002533


Item Weight 3.2 ounces


Product Dimensions 3.5 x 3 x 2 inches


Item Dimensions L x W x H 3.5 x 3 x 2 inches


Color Dark Blue


Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)


ASIN B006JRIDHK


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 20,097 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #8 in Computer Mice


Date First Available December 24, 2011


abunda_amazon_reviews This review is for the returning M510 users out there. If you've owned this mouse, you should know that that Logitech has changed the design a little bit. Along with their new logo, the new "2nd Edition" M510 (missed opportunity by not calling it M510S or something) now also sports a "laser-grade" optical sensor, as opposed to the old "actual laser" sensor. After doing a deep dive for some information, the internet scholars on a couple first-page forums have confirmed a few facts for me. First, the optical sensor is not necessarily a downgrade. Laser sensors have inherent issues - some complaints on the old 510 were that it exhibited cursor stutters, jitters, and shakes - and the modified design is likely to address those concerns. That being said, laser sensors have higher a DPI resolution, which should mean that they are more precise. Conventional wisdom might make you hesitant to purchase this new M510S (my nickname for it). Why would the 'newer' model have LESS DPI's? What an outrage! Well, let's be true millennials and talk about how it feels. The optical sensor feels smooth and rounded, yet agile and lively. It's actually really enjoyable. The cursor "acceleration" on the older version became more pronounced while using them side by side, and it started to get annoying after I actually noticed it. Without subtle wiggles, the overall experience is more precise. Fortunately, the folks at Logitech seem to be pragmatists and have figured that, while they took away some of the super-awesome DPI's, the mouse actually performs more satisfactorily during real-world use. After doing way more research that I bargained for, I found out that most people would agree too. I wish the change was more clearly communicated, though. I almost didn't even open the packaging because I thought it was counterfeit, so my first time using it was littered with skepticism. I wrote this review because I don't think I'll be the last person to go through that. If you currently own or have owned the 1st version M510 and want to replace it or get a second one but are now reluctant because it's a different design, just buy it. That's the beauty about this thing: a mouse is not something worth obsessing over, and it just works well.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 4, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;The updated M510 mouse;;Nick;;;I have purchased several of these mice over the last 5 years and continue to do so. It is a good mouse with long battery life and an off switch, but looses points because they fail after 9 months of daily use. Size: 4 Stars The mouse is a bit longer than most, but smaller than many of the 'ergonomic' mice. It fits my larger hands comfortably which many smaller mice don't. My wife has smaller hands and finds it comfortable to use. I have several young children and they have no problems with it either. the mouse is pleasantly symmetrical, and while nice to look at and fit in smaller pockets, my hand is not symmetrical. I have a thumb on one side and a pinky on the other. I would say like most people, but I haven't met most people. this leaves your ring finger kind of hanging and your pinky to rest on whatever surface you are using the mouse on. If you were to pull your pinky into the thumb groove, it would cramp. You may think this symmetry makes it good for lefties, and while my wrong handed sister says it is the most comfortable right handed mouse she has ever used, the extra forward and back thumb buttons are on the other side, making them awkward to operate for a leftie who has to use her ring finger. Something she assures me she could get used to, but in order to she'd have to get her own dang mouse and stop stealing mine. Connection and Laser: 5 Stars The mouse connects to a nano receiver that connects to any USB port. It is NOT Bluetooth (this is good, it doesn't have paring issues like Bluetooth). The connection is good and the movement smooth. Other wireless mice suffer from an issue where they go into standby after a few seconds and don't catch the initial movement when you start using the mouse again. Not this one. This mouse will track on any surface I have used it on and moves smoothly. I have used as many as 5 of them in the same room at the same time with no ill effects or 'cross talk'. I have read that there is a way to connect a mouse to a different nano receiver, but I have not tried or messed with this and have also heard that posting a legal notice on your Facebook wall will protect your copyright and privacy rights, so who knows just don't lose the tiny receiver, there is a storage space for it in the battery compartment. Also, don't store it in the battery compartment and forget you put it there and tear your house apart looking for it. Finally, the optic is invisible so no red light or blinding death laser shoots out the bottom. Durability: 3 Stars I am not easy on my mice. Neither are my children. I have a work laptop and a personal laptop. Both have their own mouse (different colors thank you Logitech). My work one gets used 50 hours a week or so but only on a desk and rarely gets dropped. My work mouse tends to last 9 months before buttons start double clicking. My personal mouse gets used less, but still several hours a week and it is used on every surface in the house, couch, bed, dog, desk, wood grain table, pant leg, child's diapered bottom, carpet, wall, glass stove top (while stove top is off), tile wall, leg without pants, wife's back, bottom of shoe (ineffective, yes), and on rare occasion, a mouse pad. My personal mouse is dropped, thrown, used as a shield defending from a wife slap, drooled on, and occasionally kicked. When not in use it sits in a bag that gets thrown around with regularity. This one usually lasts 7-8 months before buttons stop clicking (or double clicking) or the laser stops reading as many surfaces. My media center has a mouse that is used very sparingly, a few minutes each day starting or ending a show. When a previous mouse did 7 months with me and the laser started getting picky with surfaces, we moved it to the low use media center mouse. This mouse has lasted in this position for more than a year without getting any worse. So I firmly believe that this is an over use/abuse issue. It is worth noting that I have owned and used other mice from Microsoft and HP and Dell, and none of them lasted so long. Battery Life: 5 Stars The mouse takes 2 AA batteries (and puts them facing the same direction ick) and they last a while. the cavity is large enough to accommodate slightly larger rechargeable batteries of you use them. My 2 mice are turned off when not in use but experience heavy use and the included Duracell batteries last generally longer than the mice. My wife's mouse sits on all the time and gets moderate to heavy use and her batteries last more than 6 months. There is a nice little strip of plastic built in that when you pull on it, the batteries pop up, this is a nice extra feature for changing batteries so you don't have to jam a butter knife in there to get them out, then slip and rake your finger with the jagged edge and pathetically explain to your wife how you managed to cut yourself with a butter knife and watch as she hides the scissors. Weird light on top: 3 Stars There is a weird light on top. It turns on when you turn the mouse on, reassuring you that the mouse is, in fact, on. This saves you from the gut wrenching anxiety of wondering if the batteries are dead every time you turn it on, only the batteries last forever... The light turns off after a couple of seconds to not waste battery power. It's nice, but not necessary. Also, I think I remember it flashing angry red at me after it got thrown across the room one time, so this may be the mouse's primary method of communication and who am I to silence it. Noise: 5 Stars The mouse is whisper quiet. I am usually unable to tell if it is on or not by sound alone. There is a light and satisfying click sound when clicking either button or turning the switch on and off. Usually whatever I am using for a surface for the mouse makes far more noise than the mouse itself. Off Switch: 5 Stars It works. there is a small ridge in the middle offering enough friction to easily turn the switch on or off and there is a colored pad under the switch so you can see a bit of red when off and green when on. This is useful because the words for on and off are etched on and can only be seen if you catch the light just right.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;It's a good mouse. Buy it.;;Daryn;;;This is the second time I've had this mouse. The reason for my 1 star is because it is the second time the scroll wheel has stopped. It is intermittent on when it works. I'm a gamer and use the scroll wheel quite often. Do you know how annoying it is to have to literally PRESS DOWN to even get a response from the scroll wheel? I even used compressed air to clean out the inside of my mouse, hoping that the scroll wheel would work again. Nope. Nothing worked. I used my mouse like it was my own very little baby. But, regardless of how gentle I was with it, I hate that stupid scroll wheel. I will not be buying a 3rd Logitech M510 mouse, ever. I actually went ahead and bought another brand. Thanks Logitech for losing a loyal customer. I gave you two tries, I can't afford to give you a 3rd.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Scoll Wheel Sucks;;Jaxx B.

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5.0 out of 5 stars
By Nick - Reviewed in the United States on October 4, 2016
The updated M510 mouse
This review is for the returning M510 users out there. If you've owned this mouse, you should know that that Logitech has changed the design a little bit. Along with their new logo, the new "2nd Edition" M510 (missed opportunity by not calling it M510S or something) now also sports a "laser-grade" optical sensor, as opposed to the old "actual laser" sensor. After doing a deep dive for some information, the internet scholars on a couple first-page forums have confirmed a few facts for me. First, the optical sensor is not necessarily a downgrade. Laser sensors have inherent issues - some complaints on the old 510 were that it exhibited cursor stutters, jitters, and shakes - and the modified design is likely to address those concerns. That being said, laser sensors have higher a DPI resolution, which should mean that they are more precise. Conventional wisdom might make you hesitant to purchase this new M510S (my nickname for it). Why would the 'newer' model have LESS DPI's? What an outrage! Well, let's be true millennials and talk about how it feels. The optical sensor feels smooth and rounded, yet agile and lively. It's actually really enjoyable. The cursor "acceleration" on the older version became more pronounced while using them side by side, and it started to get annoying after I actually noticed it. Without subtle wiggles, the overall experience is more precise. Fortunately, the folks at Logitech seem to be pragmatists and have figured that, while they took away some of the super-awesome DPI's, the mouse actually performs more satisfactorily during real-world use. After doing way more research that I bargained for, I found out that most people would agree too. I wish the change was more clearly communicated, though. I almost didn't even open the packaging because I thought it was counterfeit, so my first time using it was littered with skepticism. I wrote this review because I don't think I'll be the last person to go through that. If you currently own or have owned the 1st version M510 and want to replace it or get a second one but are now reluctant because it's a different design, just buy it. That's the beauty about this thing: a mouse is not something worth obsessing over, and it just works well.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Daryn - Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2017
It's a good mouse. Buy it.
I have purchased several of these mice over the last 5 years and continue to do so. It is a good mouse with long battery life and an off switch, but looses points because they fail after 9 months of daily use. Size: 4 Stars The mouse is a bit longer than most, but smaller than many of the 'ergonomic' mice. It fits my larger hands comfortably which many smaller mice don't. My wife has smaller hands and finds it comfortable to use. I have several young children and they have no problems with it either. the mouse is pleasantly symmetrical, and while nice to look at and fit in smaller pockets, my hand is not symmetrical. I have a thumb on one side and a pinky on the other. I would say like most people, but I haven't met most people. this leaves your ring finger kind of hanging and your pinky to rest on whatever surface you are using the mouse on. If you were to pull your pinky into the thumb groove, it would cramp. You may think this symmetry makes it good for lefties, and while my wrong handed sister says it is the most comfortable right handed mouse she has ever used, the extra forward and back thumb buttons are on the other side, making them awkward to operate for a leftie who has to use her ring finger. Something she assures me she could get used to, but in order to she'd have to get her own dang mouse and stop stealing mine. Connection and Laser: 5 Stars The mouse connects to a nano receiver that connects to any USB port. It is NOT Bluetooth (this is good, it doesn't have paring issues like Bluetooth). The connection is good and the movement smooth. Other wireless mice suffer from an issue where they go into standby after a few seconds and don't catch the initial movement when you start using the mouse again. Not this one. This mouse will track on any surface I have used it on and moves smoothly. I have used as many as 5 of them in the same room at the same time with no ill effects or 'cross talk'. I have read that there is a way to connect a mouse to a different nano receiver, but I have not tried or messed with this and have also heard that posting a legal notice on your Facebook wall will protect your copyright and privacy rights, so who knows just don't lose the tiny receiver, there is a storage space for it in the battery compartment. Also, don't store it in the battery compartment and forget you put it there and tear your house apart looking for it. Finally, the optic is invisible so no red light or blinding death laser shoots out the bottom. Durability: 3 Stars I am not easy on my mice. Neither are my children. I have a work laptop and a personal laptop. Both have their own mouse (different colors thank you Logitech). My work one gets used 50 hours a week or so but only on a desk and rarely gets dropped. My work mouse tends to last 9 months before buttons start double clicking. My personal mouse gets used less, but still several hours a week and it is used on every surface in the house, couch, bed, dog, desk, wood grain table, pant leg, child's diapered bottom, carpet, wall, glass stove top (while stove top is off), tile wall, leg without pants, wife's back, bottom of shoe (ineffective, yes), and on rare occasion, a mouse pad. My personal mouse is dropped, thrown, used as a shield defending from a wife slap, drooled on, and occasionally kicked. When not in use it sits in a bag that gets thrown around with regularity. This one usually lasts 7-8 months before buttons stop clicking (or double clicking) or the laser stops reading as many surfaces. My media center has a mouse that is used very sparingly, a few minutes each day starting or ending a show. When a previous mouse did 7 months with me and the laser started getting picky with surfaces, we moved it to the low use media center mouse. This mouse has lasted in this position for more than a year without getting any worse. So I firmly believe that this is an over use/abuse issue. It is worth noting that I have owned and used other mice from Microsoft and HP and Dell, and none of them lasted so long. Battery Life: 5 Stars The mouse takes 2 AA batteries (and puts them facing the same direction ick) and they last a while. the cavity is large enough to accommodate slightly larger rechargeable batteries of you use them. My 2 mice are turned off when not in use but experience heavy use and the included Duracell batteries last generally longer than the mice. My wife's mouse sits on all the time and gets moderate to heavy use and her batteries last more than 6 months. There is a nice little strip of plastic built in that when you pull on it, the batteries pop up, this is a nice extra feature for changing batteries so you don't have to jam a butter knife in there to get them out, then slip and rake your finger with the jagged edge and pathetically explain to your wife how you managed to cut yourself with a butter knife and watch as she hides the scissors. Weird light on top: 3 Stars There is a weird light on top. It turns on when you turn the mouse on, reassuring you that the mouse is, in fact, on. This saves you from the gut wrenching anxiety of wondering if the batteries are dead every time you turn it on, only the batteries last forever... The light turns off after a couple of seconds to not waste battery power. It's nice, but not necessary. Also, I think I remember it flashing angry red at me after it got thrown across the room one time, so this may be the mouse's primary method of communication and who am I to silence it. Noise: 5 Stars The mouse is whisper quiet. I am usually unable to tell if it is on or not by sound alone. There is a light and satisfying click sound when clicking either button or turning the switch on and off. Usually whatever I am using for a surface for the mouse makes far more noise than the mouse itself. Off Switch: 5 Stars It works. there is a small ridge in the middle offering enough friction to easily turn the switch on or off and there is a colored pad under the switch so you can see a bit of red when off and green when on. This is useful because the words for on and off are etched on and can only be seen if you catch the light just right.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jaxx B. - Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2018
Scoll Wheel Sucks
This is the second time I've had this mouse. The reason for my 1 star is because it is the second time the scroll wheel has stopped. It is intermittent on when it works. I'm a gamer and use the scroll wheel quite often. Do you know how annoying it is to have to literally PRESS DOWN to even get a response from the scroll wheel? I even used compressed air to clean out the inside of my mouse, hoping that the scroll wheel would work again. Nope. Nothing worked. I used my mouse like it was my own very little baby. But, regardless of how gentle I was with it, I hate that stupid scroll wheel. I will not be buying a 3rd Logitech M510 mouse, ever. I actually went ahead and bought another brand. Thanks Logitech for losing a loyal customer. I gave you two tries, I can't afford to give you a 3rd.

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5.0 out of 5 stars
By Nick - Reviewed in the United States on October 4, 2016
The updated M510 mouse
This review is for the returning M510 users out there. If you've owned this mouse, you should know that that Logitech has changed the design a little bit. Along with their new logo, the new "2nd Edition" M510 (missed opportunity by not calling it M510S or something) now also sports a "laser-grade" optical sensor, as opposed to the old "actual laser" sensor. After doing a deep dive for some information, the internet scholars on a couple first-page forums have confirmed a few facts for me. First, the optical sensor is not necessarily a downgrade. Laser sensors have inherent issues - some complaints on the old 510 were that it exhibited cursor stutters, jitters, and shakes - and the modified design is likely to address those concerns. That being said, laser sensors have higher a DPI resolution, which should mean that they are more precise. Conventional wisdom might make you hesitant to purchase this new M510S (my nickname for it). Why would the 'newer' model have LESS DPI's? What an outrage! Well, let's be true millennials and talk about how it feels. The optical sensor feels smooth and rounded, yet agile and lively. It's actually really enjoyable. The cursor "acceleration" on the older version became more pronounced while using them side by side, and it started to get annoying after I actually noticed it. Without subtle wiggles, the overall experience is more precise. Fortunately, the folks at Logitech seem to be pragmatists and have figured that, while they took away some of the super-awesome DPI's, the mouse actually performs more satisfactorily during real-world use. After doing way more research that I bargained for, I found out that most people would agree too. I wish the change was more clearly communicated, though. I almost didn't even open the packaging because I thought it was counterfeit, so my first time using it was littered with skepticism. I wrote this review because I don't think I'll be the last person to go through that. If you currently own or have owned the 1st version M510 and want to replace it or get a second one but are now reluctant because it's a different design, just buy it. That's the beauty about this thing: a mouse is not something worth obsessing over, and it just works well.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Daryn - Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2017
It's a good mouse. Buy it.
I have purchased several of these mice over the last 5 years and continue to do so. It is a good mouse with long battery life and an off switch, but looses points because they fail after 9 months of daily use. Size: 4 Stars The mouse is a bit longer than most, but smaller than many of the 'ergonomic' mice. It fits my larger hands comfortably which many smaller mice don't. My wife has smaller hands and finds it comfortable to use. I have several young children and they have no problems with it either. the mouse is pleasantly symmetrical, and while nice to look at and fit in smaller pockets, my hand is not symmetrical. I have a thumb on one side and a pinky on the other. I would say like most people, but I haven't met most people. this leaves your ring finger kind of hanging and your pinky to rest on whatever surface you are using the mouse on. If you were to pull your pinky into the thumb groove, it would cramp. You may think this symmetry makes it good for lefties, and while my wrong handed sister says it is the most comfortable right handed mouse she has ever used, the extra forward and back thumb buttons are on the other side, making them awkward to operate for a leftie who has to use her ring finger. Something she assures me she could get used to, but in order to she'd have to get her own dang mouse and stop stealing mine. Connection and Laser: 5 Stars The mouse connects to a nano receiver that connects to any USB port. It is NOT Bluetooth (this is good, it doesn't have paring issues like Bluetooth). The connection is good and the movement smooth. Other wireless mice suffer from an issue where they go into standby after a few seconds and don't catch the initial movement when you start using the mouse again. Not this one. This mouse will track on any surface I have used it on and moves smoothly. I have used as many as 5 of them in the same room at the same time with no ill effects or 'cross talk'. I have read that there is a way to connect a mouse to a different nano receiver, but I have not tried or messed with this and have also heard that posting a legal notice on your Facebook wall will protect your copyright and privacy rights, so who knows just don't lose the tiny receiver, there is a storage space for it in the battery compartment. Also, don't store it in the battery compartment and forget you put it there and tear your house apart looking for it. Finally, the optic is invisible so no red light or blinding death laser shoots out the bottom. Durability: 3 Stars I am not easy on my mice. Neither are my children. I have a work laptop and a personal laptop. Both have their own mouse (different colors thank you Logitech). My work one gets used 50 hours a week or so but only on a desk and rarely gets dropped. My work mouse tends to last 9 months before buttons start double clicking. My personal mouse gets used less, but still several hours a week and it is used on every surface in the house, couch, bed, dog, desk, wood grain table, pant leg, child's diapered bottom, carpet, wall, glass stove top (while stove top is off), tile wall, leg without pants, wife's back, bottom of shoe (ineffective, yes), and on rare occasion, a mouse pad. My personal mouse is dropped, thrown, used as a shield defending from a wife slap, drooled on, and occasionally kicked. When not in use it sits in a bag that gets thrown around with regularity. This one usually lasts 7-8 months before buttons stop clicking (or double clicking) or the laser stops reading as many surfaces. My media center has a mouse that is used very sparingly, a few minutes each day starting or ending a show. When a previous mouse did 7 months with me and the laser started getting picky with surfaces, we moved it to the low use media center mouse. This mouse has lasted in this position for more than a year without getting any worse. So I firmly believe that this is an over use/abuse issue. It is worth noting that I have owned and used other mice from Microsoft and HP and Dell, and none of them lasted so long. Battery Life: 5 Stars The mouse takes 2 AA batteries (and puts them facing the same direction ick) and they last a while. the cavity is large enough to accommodate slightly larger rechargeable batteries of you use them. My 2 mice are turned off when not in use but experience heavy use and the included Duracell batteries last generally longer than the mice. My wife's mouse sits on all the time and gets moderate to heavy use and her batteries last more than 6 months. There is a nice little strip of plastic built in that when you pull on it, the batteries pop up, this is a nice extra feature for changing batteries so you don't have to jam a butter knife in there to get them out, then slip and rake your finger with the jagged edge and pathetically explain to your wife how you managed to cut yourself with a butter knife and watch as she hides the scissors. Weird light on top: 3 Stars There is a weird light on top. It turns on when you turn the mouse on, reassuring you that the mouse is, in fact, on. This saves you from the gut wrenching anxiety of wondering if the batteries are dead every time you turn it on, only the batteries last forever... The light turns off after a couple of seconds to not waste battery power. It's nice, but not necessary. Also, I think I remember it flashing angry red at me after it got thrown across the room one time, so this may be the mouse's primary method of communication and who am I to silence it. Noise: 5 Stars The mouse is whisper quiet. I am usually unable to tell if it is on or not by sound alone. There is a light and satisfying click sound when clicking either button or turning the switch on and off. Usually whatever I am using for a surface for the mouse makes far more noise than the mouse itself. Off Switch: 5 Stars It works. there is a small ridge in the middle offering enough friction to easily turn the switch on or off and there is a colored pad under the switch so you can see a bit of red when off and green when on. This is useful because the words for on and off are etched on and can only be seen if you catch the light just right.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jaxx B. - Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2018
Scoll Wheel Sucks
This is the second time I've had this mouse. The reason for my 1 star is because it is the second time the scroll wheel has stopped. It is intermittent on when it works. I'm a gamer and use the scroll wheel quite often. Do you know how annoying it is to have to literally PRESS DOWN to even get a response from the scroll wheel? I even used compressed air to clean out the inside of my mouse, hoping that the scroll wheel would work again. Nope. Nothing worked. I used my mouse like it was my own very little baby. But, regardless of how gentle I was with it, I hate that stupid scroll wheel. I will not be buying a 3rd Logitech M510 mouse, ever. I actually went ahead and bought another brand. Thanks Logitech for losing a loyal customer. I gave you two tries, I can't afford to give you a 3rd.