Logitech Wireless Mouse M325 with Designed-For-Web Scrolling – Dark Silver (910-002136)

  • Micro-precise scrolling: New designed-for-Web scrolling makes searches, shopping and browsing easier
  • Feel-good design: Contoured shape and textured rubber grips keep your hand comfortable even after long hours
  • Long battery life: Up to 18 months of battery life virtually eliminates the need to change batteries. Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions.
  • For Windows, Mac and Linux: Reliable wireless connection with tiny Logitech Unifying Nano-receiver that can stay in your laptop

The Logitech Wireless Mouse M325-a better mix of precision and comfort. With its designed-for-Web scrolling, now everything you love to do online is easier. Designed to improve your online experience, the wheel also helps perfect scrolling when you’re using other applications, such as Microsoft Office or Adobe PDF.

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3 Responses to “Logitech Wireless Mouse M325 with Designed-For-Web Scrolling – Dark Silver (910-002136)”

  • Spudman says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Cordlessly Smooth, September 20, 2011
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    Having been tethered to my desktop by that annoying mouse tail, I welcomed the opportunity to try the Logitech m325 cordless mouse. On a previous computer I’d had a Logitech cordless laptop/mouse setup and was pleased with both.

    Setting up the new Logitech mouse is child’s play. Insert one AA battery, plug the tiny unifying receiver into a USB port, and scroll away. There’s no software to install and no setup. You can go into your control panel to make little mouse adjustments, but this user has no desire to change anything.

    Mrs. Spudman and I like everything about this mouse: its comfortable size and ergonomics, its appearance, its smooth gliding on the desktop, its speedy scrolling, and especially the handy page back/forward capacity of the scroll wheel.

    It does take a little bit of time to adjust to the feel and speed of this mouse. Scrolling from top to bottom of a page with the previous mouse could be tedious. With the Logitech, one can cover quite a bit of real estate with one flip of the finger. Even moving the cursor about the page is a speedy process that will require some adjusting on the part of the user.

    The dark silver color is great for hiding fingerprints, much better than the light silver color of the mouse I’m using presently on this laptop. Want a speedy mouse? This Logitech may be what you’re looking for.

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  • Philip R. Heath "Gadgets, Music, & Books" says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Feature Packed Mid-range Mouse, September 24, 2011
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    Logitech is constantly working to improve its line of mice, and the latest in mid-range laptop mice is the M325. It has the same basic profile as the M305 with a few exceptions. The battery compartment is now on the bottom and is easier to open. The scrolling is much smoother (no more clicking) than the M305. It also has the feature of tilting the middle mouse button acting like the forward/back buttons on more advanced devices. Power users will love this. Finally, Logitech upgraded the receiver to the “unifying” technology. I was able to add this as an additional device on my desktop where I use my Logitech Anywhere Mouse very easily. This requires having the software installed from the Logitech site as there is no CD-ROM included. All of this is nice, but it seems that Logitech is starting to blur the lines of its product segments a bit. Many of these features had been reserved for more advanced, higher end mice. It’s good for current mid-range users, but higher end users might wonder what’s left for them? At any rate this is a very good product for this segment, and I highly recommend it.

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  • ~~Hummingbirder~~ "Call me hb" says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Scrolling, Scrolling, Scrolling; Keep Those Screens A-Rolling, October 1, 2011
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    ~~Hummingbirder~~ “Call me hb” (Pataskala, OH) –
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    This review is from: Logitech Wireless Mouse M325 with Designed-For-Web Scrolling – Dark Silver (910-002136) (Personal Computers)
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    Up front: I’ve bought several Logitech wireless mouses, and haven’t been disappointed, ever. This is my favorite brand.

    This mouse is fast, lightweight, comfortable, accurate and easy to use, with some practice. It is truly plug and play. If you’ve never bought a mouse for your laptop, you will have no problem using it. You open the battery case, and pull out a strip that blocks a contact. This is just packaging. You throw it away, close the battery cover and turn the mouse on. Put the receiver in a USB port on your laptop with the asterisk icon pointing up, and a driver file self-installs. Poof! You’re ready.

    I love the way this mouse feels in my hands. I switch hands and it feels great in either. It’s comfortable to use for long periods of time because of its shape and its lightness. It glides so smoothly and easily, and I can navigate so fast! It’s the fastest mouse I’ve ever used. I haven’t bought high-end or gaming mouses, but this is fast and easy like no other wireless for me.

    The very brief instructions say to tilt the mouse to the left or right for paging back and forth, respectively. I find bumping the side of the wheel effective and easier. I think it was difficult for Logitech to write this instruction because it’s a subtle move. It did take me a few minutes to get the hang of it. It’s just different from having back and forward buttons on the side of the mouse.

    The big feature, as advertised, is scrolling. This is not the first mouse I’ve used that had a scroll lock feature on it, but it’s the first one that has a scroll-lock feature I like. The other mouses had cumbersome, clunky scroll locks and I couldn’t control where I stopped and started to my satisfaction. This mouse’s roll-the-wheel scrolling is typical. The scroll lock feature absolutely rocks. Press the scroll wheel down. The scroll lock is on. Glide to the part of the page (or the wall of text) you want to view, and left click. The scroll-lock is off. At first, it seems to move too fast, but after 30 minutes of practicing off and on, I got it and I love it. I’ve stopped hitting ctrl-home and ctrl-end!

    This mouse comes with Logitech’s universal receiver. This will only feed my addiction to Logitech, because being able to use wireless peripherals with this one little USB receiver that sticks out less than half an inch from the edge of my laptop is irresistible. The Logitech receivers are tiny little critters, and if you have several, like me, you have to keep them matched with their devices. But it’s that size, convenience and reliability that has me hooked on Logitech in the first place.

    Pros: Easy to install and use, comfortable, accurate, reliable, scrolls like a dream, great gift for students and non-techies

    Cons: No programmable buttons, universal receiver not backwards compatible with Logitech’s other mouses; to take advantage of the universal receiver, must purchase universal-compatible peripherals

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