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The mouse is the second most important way of communicating with a computer. Please be careful to choose the right type of connection when buying a mouse, there are three different types:\
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- USB is the most modern. You can recognize it by the rectangular connector.\
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- PS/2 connectors are round. This type of connection is fairly commonly used in PCs.\
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- Bluetooth is another modern (wireless) connection method.
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Long product name Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse RF Wireless Laser Black mice :
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Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse RF Wireless Laser Black mice:
The official marketing text of Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse RF Wireless Laser Black mice as supplied by the manufacturer
The world´s most advanced mouse.
Smarter, faster, and fully-loaded, the MX™ Revolution gives you powerful new controls that will streamline the way you work. Logitech´s innovative MicroGear™ Precision Scroll Wheel lets you fly through long documents at hyperspeed, or switch to precise click-to-click scrolling for navigating lists, slides, and image collections. Toggle between open documents with the convenient Quick-Flip thumb wheel, or search the Web by highlighting a word or phrase and pressing the Search button.

Elevate the Power of Windows Vista
Designed with you in mind, this product provides easy access to key features of Windows Vista.

A new concept in PC navigation, the MicroGear™ Precision Scroll Wheel operates in two distinct modes, allowing you to scroll faster and with more precision than ever before:

Free-spin mode for hyper-fast, nearly frictionless scrolling. With a single flick, the machined alloy wheel spins for up to seven seconds, scrolling hundreds of pages or thousands of rows. Fly through long documents, and instantly stop wherever you want.

Click-to-click mode for detailed navigation. An ultra-precise ratchet-scrolling mechanism allows users to move line-by-line through complex spreadsheets, step through slideshows, or travel small vertical distances in documents or Web pages.
Short summary description Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse RF Wireless Laser Black mice:
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Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse, RF Wireless, Laser, Black, Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion), Windows XP/Vista; Mac OSX 10.2.8+
Long summary description Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse RF Wireless Laser Black mice :

Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse. Device interface: RF Wireless, Movement detection technology: Laser. Color of product: Black. Battery technology: Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion). Compatible operating systems: Windows XP/Vista; Mac OSX 10.2.8+

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Input device
Device interface *
RF Wireless
Buttons quantity *
2
Movement detection technology *
Laser
Scroll
Yes
Design
Color of product *
Black
Power
Battery technology
Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
System requirements
Mac operating systems supported
Yes
Other features
Compatible operating systems
Windows XP/Vista; Mac OSX 10.2.8+
Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2011-10-03
Testseek has collected 65 expert reviews for Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse and the average expert rating is 87 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
87%
Source Review comments Score
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-03
A new attempt at the humble old mouse...
100%
macworld.com
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2011-10-03
SummaryPros: Excellent tracking; highly customizable software; battery-life indicator on mouse; loaded with buttons; excellent smooth or geared scroll wheel. Cons: None significant. Processor Compatibility: Universal OS Compatibility: 10.2 (Jaguar), 10...
Good Excellent tracking; highly customizable software; battery-life indicator on mouse; loaded with buttons; excellent smooth or geared scroll wheel.
Bad None significant.
Bottom line The Logitech MX Revolution Mouse is the best and most versatile mouse I’ve seen. It’s comfortable, performs flawlessly, and is highly configurable. While it does take up a USB port, that’s a minor complaint for such a great device.
100%
brighthub.com
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2011-10-03
Are you looking for a new mouse for general desktop work, photo editing, or computer gaming? Find out more about this new revolution in computer mice. Introduction to the Logitech MX RevolutionOn first glance at this mouse, it has an eye-catching mode...
Bottom line With its constant 800 dpi of sensitivity, mouse movement is smooth, very acc...
100%
connectreviews.com
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2011-10-03
Logitech has always been a key part in the computer peripherals business, and in my opinion, makes some of the best keyboards and mice out there. They’ve stepped it up a notch with the new MX Revolution. The MX Revolution is the latest wireless mous...
100%
about.com/compute
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2011-10-03
Features of the Logitech MX Revolution Wireless MouseFree-WheelingLogitech reinvented the wheel with the MX Revolution, literally. They gave their new mouse the biggest improvement in scroll wheel functionality since the addition of the scroll wheel it...
100%
thinkcomputers.org
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2011-10-03
When you are thinking about getting a new mouse there are really only 2 choices that you will see at your local computer store, Logitech and Microsoft. While Microsoft mice are nice, Logitechs usually out do them in features and quality. Well today we...
Good VERY comfortable, MicroGear Precision Scroll Wheel, Easy to setup, Rechargeable, Document Flip, Onetouch search button...
Bad None!...
Bottom line When I previously reviewed the MX 5000, which was the MX 1000 mouse and a keyboard, I thought Logitech could not come out with a more comfortable mouse. Well they have really outdone themselves with the MX Revolution. Not only is it extremely comforta...
100%
jivemagazine.com
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2011-10-03
Wow… just wow… are the first words that come to mind when describing the new Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse. Who knew Logitech could once again improve upon itself by introducing its best PC mouse to date. The overall wow factor...
100%
fastlanehw.com
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2011-10-03
It seems that Logitech even went the extra mile in designing the box. The way the MX Revolution is displayed is a bit reminiscent of...
100%
hardware-pacers.com
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2011-10-03
Logitech, one of the first and biggest computer mouse companies today brings yet again a new edition of their MX line of products, the Logitech MX Revolution. This mouse pushes the envelope on its looks, features and technology. Now with the cooler lo...
Good 7 programmable buttons, Long Battery Life, Many useful features...
Bad Expensive...
Bottom line The Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse is a great mouse with amazing response and control, and even greater functionality and adaptability. The options of setting mouse configurations for individual programs combined with with SmartShift Tech...
97%
extensivemods.com
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2011-10-03
Logitech is a company that has been setting the standards in the mousing community for quite some time now. Today I have on the bench what Logitech calls “The world’s most advanced mouse” by being smarter and faster then ever before and...
Good MicroGear Precision Scroll Wheel, Document Quick flip button, One touch search button, Easy to use software, Large selection of preset button assignment choices, Comfortable fit, Several days use on a single charge, Exccelent for office use...
Bad Not a good gaming mouse, Price (but worth it)...
Bottom line I have been very satisfied with the MX Revolution and all of its handy dandy new fangled features. The revolution has become my main mouse but I still use my G7 for gaming. The MX Revolution has worked on all of the surfaces I have tried it on and the...
95%
sharkyextreme.com
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2011-10-03
Logitech is the leading name in mouse technology, and the company has produced a long line of killer gaming and office controllers. The Logitech "G" series redefined gaming, while their "V" series of laptop mice are the de facto standard for many corp...
Good Excellent Precision and Control, Exceptional Laptop Performer, Superior Aesthetics and Design, Battery Miser...
Bad Righthanded Only...
Bottom line Logitech is the top player in mouse controller technology, and promotes this well using their self-proclaimed title as the "world leader in mice". The Logitech Revolution line of mouse controllers certainly lives up to this lofty standard, and offers...
95%
Techloop.net
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2011-10-03
I have always been a huge fan of the MX1000 mouse from Logitech; I thought it did nearly everything I wanted. Today we are lucky enough to take a look at the new offering from Logitech in the high-end mouse market, but will the mouses features justi...
93%
maximumpc.com
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2011-10-03
We like the smooth-spinning mouse wheel on Microsoft’s Intellimouse Explorer 4 for application work and web browsing, but its detentless design leaves much to be desired when playing games where you use the mouse wheel to select your weapons. Until now...
90%
techgage.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
Style. Nice curves. Solid frame. Hard working and good looking. Willing to abide by your every command. These are all important factors you weigh in when purchasing a new mouse. When Logitech released their MX1000 late 2004, it was well received becau...
Good Improves on the MX1000 in every regard, Alloy scroll wheel is best of its class, Very high comfort level, Separate receiver for easy transport, SetPoint allows for lots of customization, Works seamlessly in both Windows and OS X...
Bad Search button is not that important, Still no official Linux support...
Bottom line After using this mouse for the past few days, I can say that I enjoy it far more than I ever did the MX1000. Though the scroll wheel may not sound that impressive on text, I actually find myself now relying on it with large documents. I even take advan...
90%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
Productivity is always important, and employers are often keen to help their staff by providing them with the technology to help them make their lives easier – dual monitors is a good example. Yet, despite the increasing use of two displays in th...
90%
gomeler.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
I would have to say if you are looking for a desktop wireless mouse then the MX Revolution should be at the top of your list of mice to purchase. The entry price is a bit steep at roughly $80 at the time of writing this but I must say it is entirely w...
Good Ergonomic Design, Feature Packed Drivers, Great Battery Life...
Bad Cost?, Cost...
Bottom line I would have to say if you are looking for a desktop wireless mouse then the MX Revolution should be at the top of your list of mice to purchase. The entry price is a bit steep at roughly $80 at the time of writing this but I must say it is entirely wo...
90%
Bit-Tech.net
Updated:
2011-10-03
Most heavy computer users and gamers would agree that comfortable interaction with your PC is incredibly important, especially if you've ever suffered from RSI. Over the last few years, there have been an increasing number of ergonomic input devices...
Bottom line If you’re willing to spend , and anyone who spends a lot of time on the PC should do, then Logitechs MX Revolution is a serious contender for your cash. Great features, brilliant design and a quality finish make it a great investment and one that wi...
90%
hardwarecentral.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
A Formula 1 car. A fighter jet. The Flash. You think theyre fast? Grab Logitechs newest, most ergonomically sculptured mouse, and youll scroll through thousands of spreadsheet rows or e-mails in seconds, thanks to an intelligent scroll wheel that sh...
87%
gamepyre.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
The first mouse was made by Doug Engelbart in 1964. The first mouse used two gear wheels perpendicular to each other thus using an X and Y axis to move. The first mechanical or ball mouse was made by Bill English in 1972. But the modern mouse was...
Bottom line Logitech bills the MX Revolution as the world’s most advanced mouse. To a certain extent it is evolutionary. From a gamers’ point of view, you would be better served by a G7 mouse, as the resolution of this mouse in actual play is not good eno...
86%
futurelooks.com
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2011-10-03
There are regular mice and then there are computer mice designed specifically for hardcore gamers and savvy Internet surfers. Folks like this will never be satisfied with just the usual pair of buttons on the face of a mouse. They want more. In many wa...
Good Very comfortable form factor, Exceptional laser tracking, Speedy wireless connection, Easily accessible forward and back navigation buttons, Rechargeable battery with base, Plug and play (unless you need customization)...
Bad No user replaceable battery, Rubber lining on right side may start to peel, No mechanism to prevent loss of USB dongle, Propriety wireless technology...
Bottom line Logitech has been very clearly the leading mouse manufacturer in the computer industry. From the low end to the high end, Logitech has a mouse for everyone. Continuing on their leadership position, Logitech has introduced what they call the Worlds Mo...
85%
Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
Once again, Logitech innovates the mouse in unexpected ways. The unique flywheel design is an entirely new approach to scrolling, but does it add to the user experience or detract? Are users ready to learn to scroll anew? Read on for our take on both t...
Good Innovative fly-wheel Accurate and responsive tracking Laser technology...
Bad Only supports right hand users Scroll wheel can be too sensitive at times...
Bottom line The Logitech MX and VX Revolution mice may not be a revolution, but they represent the next major evolution of input devices. They offer the best software-hardware integration available, innovative scrolling, first-class ergonomics and build quality, a...
80%
Howstuffworks.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
The Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Optical Laser Mouse has a long-lasting rechargeable battery, and these are just some of its basic features. When you are looking for innovative input devices, you should first think of Logitech. Case in point is the...
Good Unique features, comfortable to use...
Bad Pricey...
Bottom line The Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Optical Laser Mouse has a long-lasting rechargeable battery, and these are just some of its basic features. When you are looking for innovative input devices, you should first think of Logitech. Case in point is the...
80%
about.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
Good Several unobtrusive, programmable buttons, Attractive and comfortable ergonomic design, Wireless, Laser technology allows for precise movement and scrolling...
Bad Short battery life, Only designed for righthanded people, Features, Highfunctioning, Programmable Buttons, Whether were talking about the scroll wheel or the thin, unobtrusive individual buttons, all the little perks and functions on the MX Revoluti...
Bottom line Performance The buttons work well, and the ergonomic design is extremely comfortable. Its literally only useable by people who are right-handed, however, as the distinctive thumb groove and buttons are only located on the right side of the mouse. Even...
70%
atpm.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
Logitech bills the MX Revolution as the “World’s Most Advanced Mouse.” It’s certainly loaded with gee-whiz features and buttons, but does it really live up to the name? Not quite. The gloss-black and matte surfaces make a nice combination, but tough lu...
40%
the-gadgeteer.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
I have been using a Logitech MX1000 cordless mouse for just over 2 yrs now. I love it and am not sure Id ever want to go back to a generic wired mouse. The MX1000 has served me very well, with long working time between charges (typically 2 weeks or...
0%
planetx64.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
Logitech has another winner with the MX Revolution. I can honestly say that the free spinning wheel is a brilliant idea. Once you use it, you never want to go back and this mouse now has a permanent home on my rig. The ergonomics are improved (and tha...
0%
barefeats.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
Two years ago, Logitech, set out to design the ultimate mouse for high-end users. Their design team studied the frustrations of power users and came up with a feature set to address them. They believed that these users wanted the highest quality of fit...
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overclockersclub.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
The MX Revolution is the third Logitech mouse that I have had the opportunity to review, the others being the G5 and the G7. While this mouse shares many characteristics with those two, there are some impressive improvements with this one, including s...
Good Feature packed, HyperScroll works well, QuickSearch is handy, Quick recharge time, Nice appearance and surface texture, Innovative, Ergonomic...
Bad Some install problems, Cordless reception cuts out intermittently, No “onthefly” dpi adjustment, Can’t use when battery dies...
Bottom line I like Logitech quality. The MX Revolution mouse is well put-together, with an appearance and fit-and-finish appropriate for a mouse of this price range. The included features and technology included in this mouse work quite well. When this mouse is c...
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ocia.net
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2011-10-03
Logitech is well known for producing some of the finest computer peripherals ranging from mice to computer speakers, so I dont think a detailed description of their track record is necessary. Instead I want to jump right in and analyze their MX line o...
Bottom line I am happy to report that the MX Revolution works perfectly on the bare surface of my desk. I have run into several optical mice which cant track properly on the surface of my desk. Logitechs laser tracking system in the G7 and the MX Revolution have...
0%
xbitlabs.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
I long wanted to buy a cordless mouse. One easily gets used to the tail of the ordinary mouse and doesn’t take much notice of it, but it is only with a cordless mouse that you have that feeling of absolute freedom of movement. This cannot be describ...
Bottom line Summing everything up, the Logitech MX Revolution has a lot of good points, but only one real advantage, which is its MicroGear wheel. Not good in this device are the virtually useless One-Touch Search and Quick-Flip buttons (Windows Vista features a m...
0%
gadgetnutz.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
The MX Revolution has a lot in common with its predecessors and retains the MX DNA by continuing the overabundance of buttons and features, programmability, ergonomic design and exceptional all-round performance, even in games.When it comes to design...
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Thetechlounge.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
The ever-changing world of computer mice is! well, changing yet again. Optical mice overtook the old ball "n socket antiques long ago and, as I predicted in a previous mouse review, true laser technology has become the next hot ticket. Logitech introd...
Good Ultrasmooth and fast scrolling, Sleek styling, OneTouch web searches, Long battery life, Extended wireless range...
Bad No middle mouse button function to be found, Chintzy side scrolling feel...
Bottom line Overall, the MX Revolution is a good quality, feature packed mouse. Logitech definitely spent a fair amount of time redesigning the external appearance and buttons on the MX Revolution from the MX1000. In this area I think the mouse is a resounding suc...
0%
bonafidereviews.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
Mice have come a long way from the days of dirty and dusty balls that always got clogged up at the worst times to the super futuristic optical mice with the cool looking red-light beaming from the bottoms. Now we have mice with "friggin-lasers", as Dr...
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DigitalReviews.net
Updated:
2011-10-03
I have seldom been so enthusiastic about having to review (yet) another mouse as when we received the Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse. The MX Revolution might sound like marketing hype but it is a Revolution in more ways than one. If you...
Bottom line Well, you might have guessed from the foregoing that Im pretty stoked with the Logitech MX Revolution Wireless Laser Mouse. There is in my opinion no better all-purpose mouse around! Sure, the price is fairly hefty (about $99 and cheaper if you check...
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everythingusb.com
Updated:
2011-10-03
Mice, much like keyboards can be seen as ubiquitous by many computer users. Frequently only gamers know the value of a fast and responsive mouse. However, a good mouse can make your work and play much more enjoyable by making your mousing more efficien...
Good Free-wheel scroll wheel simply rocks, Good battery life, Lots of buttons...
Bad Free-wheel scroll doesn't work on all pages, Could use higher sensitivity settings for gaming, 800 dpi max, Not for lefty's...
Bottom line The Logitech MX Revolution is hands down the best general use mouse that I have used to date. The free-wheel scroll feature is destined to be copied like college algebra homework. Casual gamers will also find the MX Revolution performs well; hardcore g...
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