Logitech Marathon M705 Wireless Laptop Computer Mouse with 3 Year Battery Life , £18.99 prime or £22.98 non prime @ amazon - HotUKDeals
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Logitech Marathon M705 Wireless Laptop Computer Mouse with 3 Year Battery Life , £18.99 prime or £22.98 non prime @ amazon

£18.99 @ Amazon
Its about £21.98 for non prime, still good price. Product Description With high quality tracking and easier scrolling, the Logitech M705 mouse is essential for both home and office use. The Logite… Read More
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6m, 4d agoFound 6 months, 4 days ago
Its about £21.98 for non prime, still good price.
Product Description

With high quality tracking and easier scrolling, the Logitech M705 mouse is essential for both home and office use. The Logitech Universal Wireless Receiver allows you to manage all of your wireless devices from a single USB port, saving you space. Whether you are left or right handed, you don't have to worry about comfort. The mouse features an ergonomic design that is comfortable and easy to use, allowing you to work at your computer without pain or discomfort.

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Mouse
Logitech Unifying receiver
2x AA batteries
User documentation
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6m, 4d agoFound 6 months, 4 days ago
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#1
I have one of these and really didn't like it . It feels a bit cheap and the scroll wheel is terrible .
Hot for the price tho as I paid more than this and I haven't seen them cheaper
#2
I already have 2 of them and never had better mice.
Easily 2 years on Duracell batteries :)
Great price.
1 Like #3
Ordered for when my current M705 dies...I like it that much. However my current one has held up well when compared to the original Logitech VX Revolutions I have owned. The scroll wheel freewheeling/detented mode switch on the top of the mouse was a big improvement. Freewheeling mode is invaluable for scanning through documents quickly. It feels premium to me. I wonder what mouse codan uses (first reply in thread)...genuine question.
#4
codnan
I have one of these and really didn't like it . It feels a bit cheap and the scroll wheel is terrible .
Hot for the price tho as I paid more than this and I haven't seen them cheaper


If this feels cheap,what mouse do you use? (honest question)
#5
Don't like mine. I've had three (two under warranty). Does not track very well on a lot of surfaces. It's mostly fine on a gaming mouse pad, and not bad on white tables, but anything else, ugh. It seems to have weird minus acceleration going on, or maybe the laser is too sensitive for the surface, either way it's not consistent enough.

It's something I really want to like, nice shape, reasonably light (with one battery instead of two), and battery life is astonishing. I go back to it from time to time but always swap to something else within a few hours of use.

Scroll wheels are hit and miss, a lot don't centre properly in free-wheel mode and you end up with everything scrolling back one or two lines as the wheel moves after you've stopped spinning it.
#6
I've got one of these. Battery does last a long time but other than that it's a very basic, underwhelming mouse. I wouldn't buy it again.
#7
Got one and love it. Nice weight, comfortable, real kinetic (metal) scroll wheel you can switch into a normal scroll wheel if you want, a few programmable buttons, very accurate laser that doesn't require a mouse mat and an unbelievable battery life. Heat.
#8
I hated this mouse, the only one I've ever had a problem with. If I remember correctly the sensor is way off center and tracks strangely, unless mine was faulty.

- There seem to be others complaining about the same issue so I doubt it was a fault, if you're doing anything that requires any sort of accuracy I'd avoid it.

Edited By: DeejayAJ on Nov 24, 2016 06:47: add
#9
DeejayAJ
I hated this mouse, the only one I've ever had a problem with. If I remember correctly the sensor is way off center and tracks strangely, unless mine was faulty.

- There seem to be others complaining about the same issue so I doubt it was a fault, if you're doing anything that requires any sort of accuracy I'd avoid it.


+1. I ordered from this thread, received this morning and have just packed it up to be sent back. Inconsistent movement when trying to be accurate makes this practically unusable for CAD work which I intended to use it for.
#10
BarbaraFett
DeejayAJ
I hated this mouse, the only one I've ever had a problem with. If I remember correctly the sensor is way off center and tracks strangely, unless mine was faulty.
- There seem to be others complaining about the same issue so I doubt it was a fault, if you're doing anything that requires any sort of accuracy I'd avoid it.
+1. I ordered from this thread, received this morning and have just packed it up to be sent back. Inconsistent movement when trying to be accurate makes this practically unusable for CAD work which I intended to use it for.
What would you recommend then? Was going to get this one until you mentioned the problems. Need a solid wireless mouse
#11
Infinitesd
BarbaraFett
DeejayAJ
I hated this mouse, the only one I've ever had a problem with. If I remember correctly the sensor is way off center and tracks strangely, unless mine was faulty.
- There seem to be others complaining about the same issue so I doubt it was a fault, if you're doing anything that requires any sort of accuracy I'd avoid it.
+1. I ordered from this thread, received this morning and have just packed it up to be sent back. Inconsistent movement when trying to be accurate makes this practically unusable for CAD work which I intended to use it for.
What would you recommend then? Was going to get this one until you mentioned the problems. Need a solid wireless mouse


open to suggestions myself
#12
I tried a colleague's MX Anywhere mouse and that was superior, tracking wise, must better build quality too.
I've also got a Lenovo bluetooth mouse which is a little laggy compared to the Logitechs but tracks pretty well.

However, for real accuracy I don't think you can beat a wired mouse. At the moment, I'm using a MS Basic Optical Mouse and while I hate the clicky mouse buttons it is really light and very accurate.

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