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The Logitech M525 is designed for those who want the perfect mix of performance, precision and price. The micro-precise scroll wheel and ergonomic shape delivers the ultimate online navigation experience.
Pros: This mouse is great. Smooth, comfortable and reliable. Works great in Windows Vista ultimate 64 bit and Windows 8 64 bit as well. Can't go wrong with Logitech.
Other Thoughts: I'm purchasing another of this exact type for my laptop. Love it.
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Spins and spins and spins and spins
Pros: Solid hand feel, quiet, "just-right" ergonomics.
Cons: This mouse is nearly impossible to use. The center scroll wheel "wheel stops", which would hold the wheel in place after each increment of rotation, provide little physical holding pressure on the wheel. When you stop the wheel after scrolling to a desired location point, it often "over-scrolls", and more frustratingly, frequently jumps one scroll increment forward or backward after releasing a finger off the wheel. It's great that you can spin the wheel and have it spin forever with little rolling resistance, but sometimes I really don't want a random location generator for a mouse wheel.
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“This mouse is great. Smooth, comfortable and reliable. Works great in Windows Vista ultimate 64 bit and Windows 8 64 bit ...”— wolfcry044 12/12/2012
“This mouse is nearly impossible to use. The center scroll wheel "wheel stops", which would hold the wheel in place ...”— Steve G 7/22/2012