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Logitech M510 Black 5 Buttons Tilt Wheel USB RF Wireless Laser Mouse

  • 5 Buttons 1 x Wheel
  • USB RF Wireless
  • Right Hand
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  • newegg Contoured Design The Logitech M510 features soft rubber side grips and a comfortable contoured shape to provide natural grip and exceptional experience even during long hours of use.
  • newegg High-Performance Laser Engine Featuring an advanced laser engine, the Logitech M510 provides extreme accuracy and flawless tracking on nearly any surface.
  • newegg Back/Forward Buttons The Logitech M510 comes with two extra back/forward buttons to help you browse sites or file through documents more conveniently.
  • newegg 2.4GHz Wireless Technology The Logitech M510 is armed with advanced 2.4GHz wireless technology to deliver reliable wireless connection with no delays or dropouts even in the busiest wireless environments.
  • newegg Logitech Unifying Receiver The tiny-sized Logitech Unifying wireless receiver is small enough to leave in your notebook, so there's no need to unplug it when you move around. Plus, you can easily add up to five other compatible Logitech keyboards and mice to the single receiver, eliminating the hassle of multiple USB receivers.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years


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  • JOSHUA P.
  • 3/9/2015 5:54:33 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsJunk

Pros: Tilt wheel, long battery life, good ergonomics (right handed), though smaller than I'd like.

Cons: Wireless signal strength

Other Thoughts: I've had this mouse for six or seven months now, and I originally bought it for my HTPC. I wanted a wireless mouse that would work from the couch so I didn't have to get up to use my wired mouse. It was useless from more than a couple feet, so I decided to use it for my workstation computer instead. I literally have to have the mouse within 12 inches of the sensor for it to work properly. The USB dongle is in the front USB port of my case, which is on the left side of my desk, and the mouse is on the right side of my desk (about 3.5 feet from the sensor) and it barely works from there. To do precise movements with the mouse I have to put it 5 or 6 inches from the RF dongle, which makes this mouse almost totally useless. I will be replacing it with a trusty, always working USB mouse as soon as I can. It might work fine with a laptop, with the USB dongle within 5 inches of the mouse itself, but it is useless in almost any desktop situation (without a USB extension to put the sensor within range of the mouse).

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/18/2015 10:03:15 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome mouse

Pros: Excellent product. Fit, build, feel, operation are all top notch. Just the right blend between too basic and too complicated. Batteries last long enough I can't remember how long it's been between changes. The forward/backward buttons on the left side of the mouse is perfect for my thumb. I know it's a basic feature these days, but if you have never had a mouse with fore/back surf capabilities, you are missing out!

Cons: None that I can think of.

Other Thoughts: Logitech has produced the M510 for years now (the wireless version of the nearly identical M500), and it has become my defacto go-to. I own a small business and I have bought 12+ of the M510's and complementary K320 keyboards. I love this wireless combo and rarely have had an issue with either unit. Only had one die, and I think we simply wore it out!

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  • Jonathan H.
  • 2/16/2015 6:56:19 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

3 out of 5 eggsFinicky - hard to set up just right

Pros: Low price, large form-fitting size, 5 buttons.

Cons: It's too heavy for a wireless. I have a cheap corded mouse that weighs very little and it's much easier to move; the weight, for gaming, is helpful, but in this wireless mouse it's a hindrance to precision. I believe the problem is the position of the 2 AA batteries, right in the back, when the mouse weight should be balanced. This is almost a deal killer itself for me.

Noticeable "power saving" lag when it sits for 30 seconds or so and I touch the mouse again. It might be 1/5th of a second but that's enough to be distracting and yes, it does distract me, as it would anyone who uses a PC all day long. For instance, just while writing this, I touched the mouse after about 60 secs, and it had to wake up. That is intolerable for a power user! Maybe once or twice, no big deal, but 500 times throughout the day?

I also had trouble with Windows 7 recognizing the dongle. What should be a painless, instant plug-n-play, instead I had to go into devices and trigger a hardware search. Then it took Windows Update 5 minutes to get all the drivers for it. I downloaded the Logitech software after a reboot, and the multi-device dongle software never did detect the M510 so I just skipped that (does that software even work properly?).

After all of that, the mouse tracking drove me a little crazy too. I spent maybe an hour screwing with the Windows mouse settings to get it to feel just right. Possibly because the radio was inconsistent. So I moved the dongle to the side of my work laptop closest to the mouse--that helped a little.

Other Thoughts: In general, I hate wireless mice. I have a G500 corded with ultra precision, and this M510 no matter the quality has a noticeable lag in cursor responsiveness once you're used to "awesome" mouse response. As you move the mouse, the cursor is, perhaps, 20ms behind. That's very noticeable.

My brain has learned after 20 years what to expect, where the mouse "should" be after a short movement, and the cursor is not in the spot it should be, so I lose track of where I'm at in my work to focus on the mouse and re-position it correctly.

Again, this is trained, hardcore use, and it distracts. Maybe a casual user wouldn't notice but it was VERY hard to get used to. I use it at work 8 hrs/day. Thinking about switching back to wired and keep the wireless only for when I take the laptop to a meeting.

Maybe all wireless mice are like this. I don't know, this is my first one in many years. I could never switch to this permanently, but I also do not believe it is a design flaw, I just think that's how wireless mice operate, and I don't like it. Compared to the Logitech G500, almost any mouse will be a poor substitute, but going from that to the M510 is just painful. I just might pick up another G500 for work and reserve this M510 for occasional "meeting" use.

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  • Matthew F.
  • 1/14/2015 10:36:55 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsWorks great, but did need to fix

Pros: This is an excellent all-around mouse. Actually a replacement for one I lent a co-worker and did not get returned. It is precise, fits well in my hand and is very capable all around.

Cons: When I received this mouse, it would not register motion on my desk. Upon further inspection I found that the laser module was not snapped into place. I took the risk of opening up the mouse and found it to be an easy fix. If if weren't for my technical knowledge this would have needed an RMA.

Other Thoughts: Happily I found that after removing the batteries, 2 easy to access screws can be removed allowing the upper shell to be removed. With the shell removed pressing the laser module back in place is easy to do. Took less than 5 minutes and a Phillips head screwdriver and I was back in business.

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  • Rashed N.
  • 1/13/2015 11:09:27 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsA Mouse

Pros: Perfect size and weight. Has 3 buttons that can be used for macros in games or as a default scroll, forwards,backwards. I replaced the battery only 2 times in the span of a year with over 40 hours a week heavy use. Great bang for your buck. The mouse is very heavy duty, as a gamer I sometimes smash harder than i should and it still works fine, heck i even smash it on the table and it still works. (reasoning for this is in the cons...)

Cons: The range for the device is veeery bad. I'd say around 4 feet max before it starts having reception issues. Unless you use it for a laptop or a desktop with no line of sight issues from the usb and mouse you will hate it and smash it on your table to get it working...doesn't help Eh. But, i heard that only some of the mouses do this, a software issue of some sort.

Other Thoughts: I own two of them but am now upgrading to a better mouse for gaming.

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  • Matthew F.
  • 1/9/2015 7:16:12 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent Mouse

Pros: Small USB dongle, good range, Good battery life (haven't had to fuss with the battery since i bought it over 3 months ago with daily use). This mouse works great for general purpose use as well as with 3d cad software. Mouse also fits well into my hand which typically fits large to extra large gloves.

Cons: none

Other Thoughts: If you a looking for a solid wireless mouse with good battery life, solid performance, and versatility, this is it.

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  • Anonymous
  • 11/5/2014 8:20:42 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsGood mouse except for the thumb buttons.

Pros: Batteries last 2 months or more before needing recharging. Pretty good compared to the last Logitech mouse I had which took two weeks to drain the batteries.

Works well on a wide variety of surface materials and colors, unlike my last Logitech mouse which would work on different ones from month to month.

Cons: The thumb buttons.

Both buttons are part of a solid piece of plastic. Each button is connected to a crossbar of sorts with two little "legs," and when you frequently use the thumb buttons these legs *will* snap. They start out too stiff to be comfortable, reach a point of proper responsiveness, and then break.

As a gamer who binds commands to the "back" mouse button in almost every game played this means I go 2-3 weeks where the thumb button pops out any time I don't put excessive force on it, eventually reaches a point where using it is as comfortable as with every other mouse I've used, and then breaks a month or two later forcing me to fix it. Again.

Repairing broken thumb buttons is a pain as well. Getting the cover off of this mouse is easier than with many other mice I've used, but removing the thumb buttons requires taking out three screws, one attaching the thumb buttons to the housing, one attaching the thumb buttons and a second plastic "bar," and a third attaching the second bar to the housing.

The second "bar" seems to do nothing except provide some slight, and probably not even very necessary, reinforcement to the plastic that the thumb buttons are part of, but it doesn't actually support the buttons themselves to help prevent them from breaking.

Only one of the screw holes is both easily accessible and recessed inside a plastic "well" to help hold the screw in place. The button-bar-only screw hole is a completely flat piece of plastic, and the "support" bar only screw hole is so far into the mouse's housing that reaching it can be difficult, and seeing it without a flashlight can be even moreso. In both cases you really want to have a magnetic-tip screwdriver.

This review is being written as I repair my mouse yet again. This time after reattaching the "back" thumb button it was attached at an angle that couldn't be fixed. This in turn resulted in it not properly hitting the "trigger" box on the mouse's control board and required me to attach a piece of folded up tape. Unfortunately this piece of tape now makes using the "forward" mouse button impossible.

Other Thoughts: I've gone through 5-7 mice in the last 12 years or so, and while this mouse has had the best battery life of the cordless mice and it's been the easiest to get the housing off of, the thumb buttons are the absolute worst I've ever used. When I say that it looks to me as if these thumb buttons were intentionally designed to break easily and often I'm not joking or exaggerating.

When they get past that initial stiffness, and before they break, the thumb buttons work quite well, and I'm usually very happy with the mouse, but having to repair it every 3 or 4 months gets rather old rather fast. It's even more annoying given that it's an easy repair job and it isn't really enough to warrant spending another $30-$50 on a new mouse.

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  • Patrick H.
  • 10/10/2014 7:27:53 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat mouse

Pros: Plug'n'play, comfortably contoured, long battery life. The two side buttons are my favorite feature - they can be programmed to serve different functions or keystrokes in different applications. I work in AutoCAD and Solidworks for a living and simply having the two buttons mapped to serve as "Enter" and "ESC" keys has greatly increased my workflow efficiency.

Cons: None that I have noticed.

Other Thoughts: The only two times I've had trouble with this mouse were either issues with a program I was using, or a stray hair getting inside the mouse.

The horizontal scrolling feature of the wheel did not work in Google Chrome because of coding in Chrome, not an issue with the mouse or its software.

About a month ago, a stray hair caught itself in the optical tracker for the scroll wheel causing it not to work properly. I cleaned it out and haven't had an issue since.

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  • Jonathan P.
  • 9/24/2014 2:44:13 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsPretty bad reception.

Pros: Great design, fits perfectly in my hand and very comfortable. Scroll wheel feels nice, and the tilt wheel has a nice tactile feel to it. Receiver dock inside battery cover. Works great even without Logitech software. The tracking is basically good, minus the jitter of the wirelessness.

Cons: The reception is just horrible. The mouse is very jittery and unresponsive in any but the most perfect conditions. (Through my front port works well, but through my rear port there is almost no way to use the mouse without wanting to throw it at a wall. And there isn't any distance difference or any significant physical barrier between the two, as my computer sits under my desk underneath the mousepad.) Batteries seem to burn fast (I use it about 4 to 6 hours a day, and in 10 days my batteries are already starting to run low, though they advertise "up to" 2 years battery life.).

Other Thoughts: Get the corded version unless you absolutely 'must' get a wireless mouse, especially if you are a gamer like me. I trusted the wireless thing would work out pretty well, esp. since it's so inconvenient dragging the cord around sometimes, and the battery thing wasn't much of a problem to me, but I will definitely use this one only for when I get a laptop. I'm seriously considering getting the corded version though, because at $30 it sounds like a really good deal, since the mouse itself is basically pretty well designed.

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  • Isaac P.
  • 9/23/2014 8:31:32 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood mouse while it worked

Pros: It was a comfortable mouse and worked well on most surfaces although it had problems with rough surfaces such as some woods and carpet. Forward and back buttons placed very well. Long battery life

Cons: Center click died after around 2.5 years. This wouldn't normally be too big of deal but I needed it for CAD work.

Other Thoughts: It might be possible to replace the switch myself with a soldering iron...

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