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Logitech VX Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks: Plug-and-Forget

Posted by skraghav on August 6, 2007

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Most notebook mice receivers stick out like a sore thumb, leaving them connected to your notebook is just asking for trouble, but it’s also a hassle to attach/remove again and again. Logitech provides an excellent solution to these very problems by creating the world’s smallest USB receiver. When the USB receiver is attached to a notebook it only protrudes a mere 8mm, essentially achieving the status of plug-and-forget, no more worries of losing your USB receiver or catching snags. If you want to store away the USB receiver the VX Nano has a nifty compartment located underneath the mouse for storage.

Another cool feature of the VX Nano mouse is MicroGear, which allows users two different options for scrolling; precision mode and hyper mode. Precision mode is the one we are most familiar with, scrolling click-to-click. Hyper scrolling on the other hand removes the clicks, so you could simply flick the scroll wheel once to scroll through long documents. To switch between precision and hyper scroll, simply press the scroll wheel.

On the topic of precision not many details were given, only that the mouse uses laser tracking. The DPI is unknown, my guess would be below 1000DPI, otherwise Logitech would have made some attempt to mention it in the press release.

Logitech claims the VX Nano mouse for notebooks can last up to 6 months with 2 AAA batteries.

The Logitech VX Nano Cordless Laser Mouse will be available in late August in US and Europe, at the suggested price of $69.99.

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