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Logitech M590 Silent Wireless Mouse, Multi-Device, Bluetooth/2.4GHz, Unifying Receiver, 1000 DPI, 2yr Batter Life- £20.36 delivered @ Amazon
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Logitech M590 Silent Wireless Mouse, Multi-Device, Bluetooth/2.4GHz, Unifying Receiver, 1000 DPI, 2yr Batter Life- £20.36 delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 2nd Dec 2019

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Comfortable mouse to use and quiet. Reduced price offer on Amazon for Cyber Monday.

  • Silent Wireless Mouse : The M590 Multi-Device silent cordless mouse lets you get through your tasks with noiseless efficiency. With 90 per cent click-noise reduction, you can work in peace and won’t disturb those around you
  • 2-Year Battery Life : This Bluetooth mouse has been designed for endurance and built for efficiency, with a 24-month lifespan on one AA battery
  • Multi-Device Workflow : The Logitech M590 allows users to unleash the potential of Logitech Flow, on Windows and Mac. Move the cursor across two computers, Macs or laptops and even copy and paste text and images with this USB mouse
  • Extra Productivity : The two thumb buttons are programmed to move backward and forward through web pages, giving you extra control right where you need it. You can even customize the 7 programmable buttons of this ergonomic mouse with Logitech Options Software
  • Better Scrolling : The Logitech M590 PC mouse's micro-precise scroll wheel packs more grooves per mm, permitting fast and easier scrolling through longer documents or webpages than ever before from a computer mouse

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Good price. I've got one and had to replace it with a cheap tecknet Bluetooth one though, not sure why but in my surface pro 6 it's incredibly laggy via Bluetooth, 2.4ghz dongle it's fine but I don't want to take up the USB slot.

Fortunately my cheap Bluetooth tecknet mouse behaves normally. And I actually prefer the cheaper one, fits better, doesn't feel cheaper. This is a nice mouse though just not sure why it behaves this way.
Not used the Bluetooth much so can't say much about it, but it seems to work fine when I have tried it. This mouse comes everywhere with me for work and has been solid. Finally back at a decent price and worth snapping up if you're looking for something quiet, small enough to stick in a bag and forget, with a decent connection (wireless much better than my old Tecknet one weirdly vs. @tjc2005 's experience on Bluetooth performance!). Still, has a nice hand feel if you prefer something with a higher bump in the palm than, say a G305, which means my 305 takes time to get used to.
How quiet are these?
Currently have a m110 and it is still quite loud for a supposedly 90% noise reduction mouse
Thanks for posting. Been on the hunt for a branded Bluetooth mouse. Just bought.
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