Skip to: | - A great place to buy computers, computer parts, electronics, software, accessories, and DVDs online. With great prices, fast shipping, and top-rated customer service - once you know, you Newegg.

If you are reading this message, Please click this link to reload this page.(Do not use your browser's "Refresh" button). Please email us if you're running the latest version of your browser and you still see this message. - Computer Parts, Laptops, Electronics, HDTVs, Digital Cameras and More!

Home > 
Computer Systems > 
Input Devices > 
Mice > 
Logitech > 
Item#: N82E16826104328

Logitech M500 Gray Tilt Wheel USB Corded Laser 1000 dpi Mouse

  • Tilt Wheel
  • USB Corded
  • Laser

ICON Loading...
  • Overview
  • Specifications
  • Warranty & Returns
  • Reviews
  • newegg Comfortable Grip Soft side grips and a contoured shape give you more support and control for all-day comfort. Comfortable hands like comfortable mice.
  • newegg Hyper-fast scrolling You’ll fly through long documents and Web pages with a single spin. Click-to-click scrolling gives you the precision you need when navigating lists, slides, and images.
  • newegg High-performance Laser Tracking Laser precision means you’ll enjoy smoother tracking on just about any surface. (The laser sensor does not work on glass or mirrors.)
  • newegg Programmable Forward/Backward buttons Extra forward/backward buttons lie readily at your fingertips, and are fully programmable to facilitate frequent control functions.

Learn more about the Logitech M500

Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
  • Read full details

Customer Reviews of the Logitech M500

Do you own this product? Write a Review

ICON Loading...

Filter Results

  • Jeff B.
  • 11/19/2015 1:21:28 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsWheel button almost imposible to click

Pros: Price

Cons: After using the M500 for 6 months the wheel down button is almost impossible to click. When pressing down it clicks the side buttons before clicking the down button. Its reverse from what should be normal. Many times you will hear the click when pressing down thinking your locked on only to find out it was a side click.

Did you find this review helpful? Yes No

  • Brandon W.
  • 10/8/2015 8:44:45 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Mouse

Pros: Mouse just works. Cord is long enough for just about anything. Nothing wrong with it at all (unless you hate corded mice and you have no reason to be reading this review)

Cons: Nothing

Other Thoughts: Works great, has not lost its brand new clickity feel after about a year!

Did you find this review helpful? Yes No

  • Eric S.
  • 9/22/2015 4:47:08 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsVery Comfortable Mouse

Pros: Great ergonomical design, programable buttons, laser prescion, tilt wheel, additional software for programming. . . What else do you want.
I my line of work I have mouse in my hand 8 hours a day doing 3-D design. A comfortable mouse that fits your hand, and has programmable buttons is very important.

Cons: The right click (press-hold, and drag) feature died after a year and half. I can still use it, but a gentile hand is required. I have to settle, and find my happy place, and slow down a little while utilizing Autocad Inventor.
Although that is why Inam here, to buy another one. This will be my third one. Please don't stop making them. On second thought, I might buy two, okay three. Love this mouse.

Other Thoughts: Get 'me while you can. I love the corded version, I don't have time for delays.

Did you find this review helpful? Yes No

  • Laura A.
  • 5/29/2015 11:16:32 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Works great. I'm a big fan of forward and back buttons on the side of the mouse when browsing the web.

Cons: I would prefer a model without the physical toggle for the low-friction scroll wheel mode, but I don't dislike it enough to take an egg off for it. It is sometimes in my way when I scroll or click.

Did you find this review helpful? Yes No

  • Jamin B.
  • 5/14/2015 2:57:20 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

3 out of 5 eggsAlright mouse, shame about the scroll wheel

Pros: Love the ergonomic shape and thumb buttons. Bought it to replace a years-old MX518, which has a similar form factor, that had finally given up the ghost a few months ago. Seems responsive enough. Good cord length (some of us still want our mice to have tails!). Nice, smooth feel. Quite professional looking. I loved the old MX518, wanted something similar, or at least something with a few extra buttons, without the crazy transformers-on-steroids gaming mouse look.

Cons: The "tilt wheel" is... just... terrible. There's a toggle button right behind it for whether you want it to spin freely or normal, uh, clicky-scroll mode. Seems pretty gimmicky to me, but I guess maybe someone, somewhere has a good use for the "just fling the wheel with wild abandon, reach the bottom of your forum thread 73% faster!" mode. When in wild abandon mode, it's extremely sensitive, and like others have said, tends to move in random directions just by looking at it sideways. Lock it into clicky-scroll mode, never look back.

Even when in clicky-scroll mode, the wheel seems very loose, both side to side and front to back. Like it really wants to be in wild abandon mode.

I don't really like the side tilt thing, either. To just plain middle click, I have to very deliberately try to go straight down, because if my finger does the normal middle click muscle memory motion that it's done for the last 20 years, this mouse interprets it as left tilt, not middle click, and nothing happens. I think I could get into the side tilt thing if it weren't interfering with middle click.

Other Thoughts: In an attempt to fix the side-tilt-middle-click thing, I thought I'd try to maybe install SetPoint and customize the buttons. If nothing else, give up left tilt by mapping it to the same action as regular middle click, so that movement would work more reliably for me. Bad idea.

My mouse and keyboard are going through a KVM, which worked fine on its own with standard Windows drivers. But once I put SetPoint on, it did something terrible and everything completely locked up. Locked up for several minutes during install but finally came back, so I restarted like it wanted me to. Then it would lock everything on the login screen, couldn't get anything to work, couldn't get to Safe Mode, couldn't do anything. It still worked just fine on the other computer (via KVM, but hadn't installed SetPoint there yet). And if I pulled the mouse out of the KVM and plugged it in directly, it worked fine. Can't give up my KVM, so I finally uninstalled SetPoint. And then spent another 20 minutes methodically removing all traces of it, because a simple uninstall wasn't good enough, still locked everything up when running through the KVM.

Back working now. KVM is more important than middle click. So I got that going for me.

Did you find this review helpful? Yes No

  • Dennis Y.
  • 5/10/2015 5:33:22 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsBought two - both broke in a year

Pros: Fast mouse, good response, I like how it fits in my hand.

Cons: The wire inside the mouse turns at two 90 degree angles, guaranteeing that the mouse will start randomly disconnecting within a few months when the wires inside the bundle break.

If you buy this mouse, do not expect it to last more than 6 months.

Other Thoughts: Old Logitech mice came with reinforced wires, and were wired in such a way that the wires did not bend inside the casing. This mouse, for whatever reason, chose not to have standoffs so that the wires could pass underneath the circuit board.

Did you find this review helpful? Yes No

  • Mr B.
  • 4/24/2015 8:26:14 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsGreat 7 Button Mouse...

Pros: 7 programmable buttons. Get X-Mouse Button Control (PC only) and, with 5 layers of commands, have up to 35 mouse commands for each program on your computer. Makes editing audio in Pro Tools way faster than hunting for keys.

Cons: A very minor advisory, just be patient as the Scroll Wheel Button can be a bit stiff at first.

Did you find this review helpful? Yes No

  • Tatiana S.
  • 4/15/2015 1:33:36 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsThe best mouse out there

Pros: I've been using the older model for nearly 5 years bought the new one only because of cosmetic and it's very well built.

Cons: software

Did you find this review helpful? Yes No

  • Kyle B.
  • 4/12/2015 3:01:28 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsA great mouse for a variety of grip types.

Pros: + Build quality feels very good.
It's just a bunch of plastic and and rubber, but it feels sturdy. It has a modest weight which provides accuracy and control, but still allows one to move it freely using a fingertip grip. Buttons sound and feel nice to press, but the middle mouse button requires more force than usual to press down. Thankfully if you do not like this, you can reprogram the middle mouse click function to one of the thumb buttons. Mouse wheel is flat with tiny ridges. I have no trouble with grip at all despite it not looking particularly grippy, even when my hands are sweaty. The finish doesn't leave any fingerprints behind, which is excellent, and it doesn't look like it would show very much wear, if at all. Cord doesn't feel particularly great, but it isn't cheap either.

+ Long cord length (Approximately 70 inches)
I am free to move my mouse all over my desktop without worrying about cable length.

+ Five programmable buttons (middle mouse, left and right scroll, front and rear thumb buttons)
Logitech Setpoint is required to customize these features. If you're not using Setpoint, why not? These buttons are able to be assigned as keystrokes or special functions (Minimize and maximize page, copy and paste, zoom, app switching, start screen, double click, one-touch search, back and forward browsing, etc)

+ Laser tracking feels reasonably accurate
I am able to use this smoothly without issue on uneven cardboard, my scratchy desk, my jeans, my hairy arm, and even glass. I can even use it as a mini-touchpad, albeit mirrored. Why would I want to do that? Out of curiosity! Some people report issues when lifting the mouse quickly in gaming, causing the cursor to flick around because the laser is still catching the surface very briefly. One solution to this is slightly cover the bottom of the laser hole (The technical term, of course) with tape. I personally game a lot and this is not an issue. I have trouble even replicating it, but I did once. Don't worry about it.

+ Conforms to a variety of grip types.
It looks like it was designed for a very hands-on grip. was that a pun or just apt? Left mouse button is elongated and the sides are rubberized and contoured for the thumb and pinky. But I am able to use it just fine with a "claw-type" and "fingertip-type" grip. I find it uncomfortable to use with my entire hand on the mouse, but that's just me, not the mouse's problem.

Cons: - Button to switch between free-scroll and notched scroll is not programmable.
It's just a mechanical button. I guess it's not really a bad thing because it's not an issue with the mouse design itself. I just kinda wish I had something else to press.

- Free-scrolling wheel is really expletive weird.
It seems like every time I need to use it, I have no issues whatsoever. Press the button, flick once to get through my 50-page list (I keep lots of lists. Don't ask), press again for notched. No problems. I have a smooth-scrolling extension on Google Chrome (also from Logitech and requires Setpoint) that looks and feels great, so I kind of want to use the free-scrolling wheel more often. Problem is, it's kinda inconsistent.

Sometimes it will scroll right back to where it was before. I thought maybe that was because it is frictionless and it just kept going, so I decided to hold the wheel at a stop for a second. And I've tried it for several seconds, too. As soon as I lift my finger off the wheel, it will scroll back up. I don't know exactly how mice work, so I cannot explain this. I don't like this.

It doesn't happen ALL the time, though. It's really unusual. If the frictionless wheel is the feature that is screaming your name, look for another mouse with this feature. It will probably work most of the time you need it, but it would really pull my pork if I was working and it started to act up.

Other Thoughts: I thought the white stripe would be bad-looking, but it's actually dark grey and it has grown on me. Many of you probably don't care. Also the laser does not shine outside of the mouse, so it will provide no distracting illuminations at night.

I was very satisfied with Logitech's products in the past (I own a webcam and headset by them), so I decided to get this when I saw it was $27. I was thinking of going for the Kensington Pro-Fit mouse, which was about $10 cheaper and had very similar features, but wanted to stick with the Logitech name.

I am pretty glad I did. This is the perfect mouse for me, although it lacks some features such as adjustable DPI and ambidexterity (Sorry lefties).

I use this mouse for minor image-editing work (just using GIMP for fun), gaming (Mostly shooters and RPGs, but also some MMO and RTS games), and general computer-y stuff. This mouse provides me with the control I need to make careful shots quickly, but unfortunately this does not compensate for my reaction times and poor aiming when caught by surprise. When will they make a mouse that can aim for me?!

I have the middle mouse remapped to minimize (Nobody can know what I make lists of. NOBODY) and the rear thumb button has the middle-click functionality, which is much more comfortable. Front button is mapped to \ and left and right scroll clicks are mapped to [ and ] respectively. I wanted to have them copy and paste, but when I game, these buttons default to "ctrl" (because ctrl+v/c) when trying to map them. SETPOINT HAS OPTIONS FOR DIFFERENT MAPPING COMBINATIONS BASED ON WHAT PROGRAM YOU ARE USING, but it seems like a pain to set up for a lot of games and when I tried it didn't work. I can only assume that I have no idea what I'm doing, right?

I have owned this product for over a month now and it has shown no signs of wear or use. Just as good as the day I got it. I plan on updating this as soon as I experience any issues with it.

I highly recommend this product to anybody looking for a step-up from the cheap, basic mice a distant friend or relative might have thrown at you saying "oh hey see if this works for ya". If you play MMOs, you might want a mouse that accommodates more buttons (as an MMO player I find it hilarious that people need that many buttons. I'm just fine using my other hand to use WASD and a modifier+key simultaneously no sarcasm), or if you require precision for image editing or other games, you might want something with adjustable DPI. And if you're a klutz maybe you want something built like a tank. Otherwise, this is great.

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful. Did you? Yes No

  • Anonymous
  • 3/17/2015 8:36:55 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLogitech M500 Mouse

Pros: After hours of research this mouse has the right weight, feel, and a scrolling wheel that either free-wheelies or rotates incrementally with the push of the button on top. The mouse uses quality Omron microswitches and the laser is steady and accurate. It is a wired mouse.

Cons: This my 3rd mouse of this style by choice. After 3 years of hard use everyday the first mouse was simply worn out. I hope the 2 remaining mice I have of this type last at least three years.

Other Thoughts: Does not have all the extra programmable buttons that a gamer might like to have. Those buttons would be in my way. It is lazer, not optical. Lazer is better and I don't need a moude pad. It is also wired. No batteries, just reliable connection to USB 2-3.

Did you find this review helpful? Yes No

Compare Offers from All Sellers

Seller Name & Rating Offer Details  
ICON Loading...

This product qualifies for Newegg's Price Match Guarantee. We'll match any qualifying competitor's price. Learn More

Volume Discounts Available
  • 2-5 $29.49 ea.
  • 6-11 $27.99 ea.
  • 12+ $26.49 ea.

Send It As A Gift!

gift services details
Selected Items

Best Service Sellers

Are you an E-Blast Insider? Subscribe Newegg e-Blast
Shop without retyping payment details. Secure shopping made faster.
Check out with PayPal.
Home > 
Computer Systems > 
Input Devices > 
Mice > 
Logitech > 
Item#: N82E16826104328
If the Adobe Reader does not appear when you click on a link for a PDF file, you can download Adobe Reader from the Adobe web site.