- Nel caso in cui dovessero sorgere problemi con un prodotto delle categorie Elettronica ed Informatica oppure ritieni di avere bisogno di ulteriori informazioni tecniche, puoi trovare qui una lista di contatti dei centri assistenza delle principali marche a cui rivolgersi. Clicca qui per vedere la lista
Logitech MX 510 Performance Mouse
- Clicca qui per verificare la compatibilità di questo prodotto con il tuo modello
- Pointing Device Host Interface: USB
- Ergonomic Fit: Right-handed Only
- Pointing Device Wireless Technology: Radio Frequency
- Packaged Quantity: 1
- Country of Origin: China
È disponibile un modello più recente di questo articolo:
Chi ha acquistato questo articolo ha acquistato anche
Offerte speciali e promozioni
Hai una domanda?
Trova le risposte utilizzando le informazioni sul prodotto, le Q&A e le recensioni
Confronta con articoli simili
Logitech Mx Master 2s Mouse Wireless, Unifying e Bluetooth per Mac e Windows, Grafite
Logitech Performance Mouse MX Mouse
Logitech MX Master Mouse
|Prezzo||Da EUR 88,14||EUR 84,99||EUR 98,99||EUR 103,71|
|Spedizione||—||Spedizione GRATUITA||Spedizione GRATUITA||Spedizione GRATUITA|
|Venduto da||Disponibile presso questi venditori||Amazon.it||Alon-e-Commerce Group UK||Amazon.it|
|Tecnologia di connessione||USB||USB 2.0||USB 2.0||USB 2.0|
|Peso articolo||147 grammi||145 grammi||145 grammi||145 grammi|
|Tecnologia rilevamento movimento||Laser||Laser||Laser||Laser|
Mouse features laser tracking that works on virtually any surface and a tiny, leave-in 2.4 GHz wireless receiver that stays in your notebook. Darkfield Laser Tracking delivers accurate, precise cursor control on virtually any surface, even glass tables. The Unifying Receiver lets you add up to six devices in one USB port. Hyperfast scrolling feature goes from zero to line 10,000 in 7 seconds. Sculpted, right-handed shape guides your hand to a naturally poised position and places integrated controls for Web browsing, application switching, and photo viewing within your thumb's reach. Flexible recharging system uses a micro-USB cable to recharge your mouse through your computer or a standard wall outlet even during use. Micro-USB recharging system lets you use the mouse even when charging. Mouse includes a micro-USB charging cable, AC power supply, pouch for charging system, USB receiver, and receiver extender cable.
Nessuna recensione cliente
|5 stelle (0%)|
|4 stelle (0%)|
|3 stelle (0%)|
|2 stelle (0%)|
|1 stella (0%)|
Recensisci questo prodotto
Le recensioni clienti più utili su Amazon.com
-This mouse no longer ships with a travel/carrying pouch/case.
-It comes with only a micro USB cable, not the USB extension cable for the receiver it used to come with.
-The battery included is an AA NiMH "ReCyKo" 2050 mAh battery (not the Eneloop it previously came with). As far as I can tell, inserting any other type of (non NiMH) AA battery will be fine, as long as you don't try to charge it.
Most of rest of the features have been thoroughly reviewed, here and on many other sites (many video reviews available too). I agree with most, keeping in mind how you feel about the size depends on how you hold it, and how big your hand is. It is certainly very comfortable for me, as I often rest my palm on the mouse, rather than the table.
A couple things I didn't see mentioned by others:
-It now only comes with the mouse, receiver, micro USB cable, and a battery.
-The scroll wheel (in the regular mode) has less-than-average friction when I am turning the wheel. One video review described it as "mushy". Though it is noticeable, I got used to it after a couple days, and it doesn't bother me at all. The freewheel mode works as advertised with almost no friction, but is a little too sensitive for day-to-day use (i.e. the page may stutter if you try to rest your finger on the wheel)
-The scroll wheel tilt left and right is pressure sensitive: tilt it harder, it will scroll horizontally faster. I've noted at least 5 discrete pressure levels/speeds, but I'm not sure how many distinct steps it has.
-Tilting the wheel doesn't "click" when you push it, so in certain cases, you might not be sure if you're activating it or not. Again, not a deal-breaker, but I'm not sure I would re-map this "button", as it would make the pressure sensitivity useless, and I would prefer a physical "click" if I were going to use it for other
-Storing the unifying receiver: While there is technically no designated storage space for the receiver, it will easily fit above the battery (see picture) within the compartment. Just be careful not to push it far in, it can get stuck in there.
* This MX mouse feels good. It slides nicely on my mouse-pad and my glass desktop (yes, it works on glass).
* It's a heaver house, which I like.
* The "forward and back" buttons are placed higher than on my old G-H mouse, this is a bit of a aggravation and learning curve to me. The indentation were your thumb sits and the placement of the "F-B" buttons could have been designed differently.
For the mouse features to work, you have to download the drivers from the Logitech web site. There was no disk or software included (welcome to the 2000"s).
Zoom button works well - 1 click then zoom in or out with your scroll wheel, click again to to turn off.
* Multi-Window button would work well with only 1 screen, I have two monitors so it it a mute accessory.
* It says this mouse has a "side scroll" on the wheel mouse - I have not figured this one out yet, it feels the same no matter were I spin it.
* The mini usb charging cable is a bit hard to install (into the mouse). I was hoping it would have been the same as my Samsung phone, but its the smaller of the mini's.
* Battery charged quick.You can use the mouse while its with it charging.
* Some have complained that the buttons were too sensitive, I did not find that being the case. They do have a lighter "click" threshold than my old GM, but not to the point that it's a deterrent.
All-in-All it's a decent mouse - honestly, I would have been fine with my old $10 Gear-Head if it wouldn't have had developed "click" issues (clicks not going through). The pictures attached are the "side by sides" of the MX, The G-H, a "EagleTec" that came with my new keyboard and a old Microsoft wired laser mouse.
After using the mouse for a couple of months it feels right at home. It seemed that the software has updated itself.. The initial download showed a mouse that looked nothing like this one - then it changed or updated the picture and features. As I described above, the "forward" button was placed too far forward, at least for me. I was able to change the "zoom" button to a "go forward" page feature and it's much better. I was also able to change bottom thumb click to open links in a new window. The custom-ability of this mouse is amazing.
One thing that I think is odd is that the battery only lasts about a week before needing a recharge. I used to get a month from the old mouse, but I don't shut this mouse off like the directions suggest. Recharging is quick and you can use it while its charging.
Logitech G602, which is good but way to many extra buttons and I find I miss the feel of the MX.
With 3 of the 4 I've purchased having issues I can not recommend this mouse.