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Logitech Wireless Mouse M525 910-002697 Red Tilt Wheel USB RF Wireless Optical Mouse

  • Tilt Wheel
  • USB RF Wireless
  • Optical

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  • newegg Micro-precise scroll wheel With more grooves per millimeter, Logitech’s new scroll wheel gives you the ultimate navigation experience. It makes scrolling through long web pages faster and easier
  • newegg Ergonomically shaped The ergonomically shaped design and soft rubber grips conform to your hand to be naturally comfortable, and the compact size makes it easy to take with you wherever you use your computer—at home, at work, or anywhere else.
  • newegg 3-year battery life* With the world’s longest-lasting battery, you can practically forget about changing batteries. Plus, the smart sleep mode saves power, while an indicator light eliminates surprises. (* Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions.)
  • newegg Logitech Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless & Unifying receiver Thanks to Logitech Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless technology, you get the reliability of a cord with wireless convenience and freedom—fast data transmission and virtually no delays or dropouts. The tiny receiver can connect up to 6 Unifying-compatible devices. Add a keyboard, switch between mice, mix and match to fit your lifestyle. All without having to change nano receivers or sacrifice another USB port.
  • newegg Logitech Advanced Optical Technology Laser-grade precision tracks over the most challenging surfaces—including smooth, glossy surfaces*—that are problematic for standard optical mice. All while using less power so you get longer battery life and more convenience. (*The optical sensor does not work on glass or mirrors.)
  • newegg Page back/forward To make surfing your favorite websites easier, you can move the tilt wheel* left or right to move backward or forward while you’re surfing the Web. (*Tilt wheel will not support backward/forward on Mac computers but will support Dashboard, Exposé or Spaces when selected in System Preferences.)

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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5 out of 5 eggsDecient mouse

Pros: These have been very reliable mice for us. We really like them as a travel mouse as the receiver can be stored in the battery compartment. The batter life is quite good (typically 3-6 months of office use)

Cons: None as of yet.

Other Thoughts: Recommended as a travel or day-to-day mouse.

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  • Michael C.
  • 4/4/2015 2:57:02 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLogitech Wireless Mouse M525

Pros: Good ergonomics and responsive on multiple surfaces.

Cons: The wheel scrolling feel is different with no clicking but function is not impared.

Other Thoughts: Some individuals may prefer the smooth wheel feature.

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  • Mark B.
  • 10/18/2014 9:14:04 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Portable, stylish, works accurately on any surface I've tried it on except my glass table (it seems like the glass top is JUST too thick to consistently register the surface under it, so it might work on thinner glass.).

Cons: Small size is good for laptops and portability but for gaming or long reading/browsing sessions it starts to make my hand muscles hurt.

Other Thoughts: I bought this for my laptop but tried hooking it up to my desktop just to see how it compared to my other wireless mouse (another older logitech laser mouse that I was having trouble using on the couch. Even with a mousepad it wouldn't work well. I was using an old chocolates box because it was the only thing that would register with it consistently.). This one works perfectly on my black microfiber couch (with only an occasional jump if it hits a crumb or something) so it's taken over as my main mouse. I'm actually really surprised how well it works for the money. The scroll wheel is really fast and smooth, which is good for browsing and file manager scrolling but not good with FPS games as you scroll through weapons WAY too fast. There's virtually no click-stop action going on there. Range is about 10-12 feet then it gets finicky on me any farther than that. Works better with the dongle in the front of the desktop rather than the back. Tried it on windos 8, 7, and linux mint 16 & 17. Never bothered installing the software, just works right out of the box.

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  • Michael D.
  • 4/16/2014 7:45:48 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

1 out of 5 eggsScroll Wheel is Troublesome

Pros: Mouse works very well for most functions.

Cons: The scroll wheel doesn't lock in place well and causes unexpected scrolling. It is very annoying, and I will be looking for replacements soon.

Other Thoughts: I use my computer for work and get about 12-16 months of use out of a mouse before it starts wearing out. I have owned several Logitech M505 units, and they all worked well until the left buttons all wore out and became erratic and hard to use. Considering how much I use my computers and how well the M505 models worked I could live with that.
Overall, since I was very happy with them (M505 model) I bought a pair of the newer M525 model units as replacements as I prefer to avoid getting used to totally new mice. I had hoped the new ones would be as good as the M505, but the scroll wheel doesn't have a good detent and it is always jumping around. It is extremely annoying to have windows jumping up and down when you are not expecting or wanting them to.
I cannot recommend this mouse without pointing out this major flaw in the design. Sorry Logitech, I have been happy with many prior products, but not this one. I hope the issue gets fixed, but for now this product does not live up to my expectations.

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  • Ron S.
  • 1/14/2014 1:32:08 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsjerky movement

Pros: comfortable to use

Cons: mouse movement on the screen is jerky when used on a standard wood desktop. previous logitech wireless mouse worked fine for 10 years.

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  • Adrian S.
  • 11/9/2013 3:47:29 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsFantastic mouse for the price

Pros: This is a great mouse for the price. Works great across all of the different operating systems I use (Win, GNU/Linux). I do photo editing and gaming and didn't want to spend more than $45 on a mouse so this is perfect for me.

Cons: A little small

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  • Stephanie J.
  • 9/1/2013 1:32:56 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGood for a wireless

Pros: sturdy, wireless, accurate.

Cons: None that I have come across

Other Thoughts: Have only used it for about 3 days. I always choose logitech for my keyboards and mice. I have never ha da problem with one of their products

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  • Edward B.
  • 8/21/2013 8:33:04 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Small and still ergonomic, extreme battery life, works on just about any surface, wheel glides smooth, tilt wheel, super easy plug 'n play. I can't using any mouse now that doesn't have a tilt wheel. Great for web browsing.

Cons: gloss surface is a bit annoying, no buttons to customize and therefore not that good for gaming, no wired option, but that's a minor gripe since the thing barely uses any power

Other Thoughts: I have my PC hooked up to my widescreen TV along with a traditional desk setup for browsing the web and watching video. Being a bit strapped for cash after building the rig, I wanted a relatively cheap wireless mouse that I could use both st my desk and when I'm on the coach. This mouse turned out to fit the bill perfectly for being a non-gaming mouse. The thing works on everything! I typically just use it right on the leather when I'm sitting on the coach and even works on pillows or even just a knee if that's all I have room for when guests are over. And the most remarkable thing about it is it's battery life. I've had the thing a year and a half and I've changed the batteries once, and I use the mouse for at least 4-6 hours every day! The biggest drawback for me is it really isn't any better any better for gaming then the cheapest mouse out there, other then from an ergonomic perspective. While it's smooth scroll wheel is great for page scrolling, it's horrible for gaming (just touch the thing in a FPS and suddenly you've blown threw 5 gun selections in half a second) The lack of thumb buttons hurt it for that as well. But as a general use mouse, I've never used one better!

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  • Daniel S.
  • 8/18/2013 10:38:01 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsA good mouse, just not for gaming

Pros: Surreal battery life, easy install, generally very responsive, unifying receiver means one USB port for both keyboard and mouse.

Cons: Despite its awesome performance in almost all settings, it seems like it suffers once you play any game (Minecraft, TF2, Dota 2) that's even remotely demanding for more than a couple hours. At that point, you can go several seconds with no response whatsoever and the game becomes almost unplayable.

Other Thoughts: Same problem whether it uses a single receiver or shares with the keyboard, with drivers or without, and even with fresh batteries.

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  • 7/10/2013 8:55:45 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggshyper-control precision

Pros: Ergonomics. This mouse fits my hand beautifully. In fact, it fits both hands. I am right-handed, but added this as a second mouse to the left of my keyboard for convenience. The rubberized side grips are perfect. Note that I have quite large hands, with a span of just under ten inches and built massively like a boxer's or dock worker's. The M325 is slightly smaller and notably less comfortable to use. The M525 is just enough larger to make a big difference. I have tried the M510 % M310 and didn't like them, although the M705 was a close second to the M525 ... but lost out to my need for an ambidextrous solution.

Extremely sensitive controls. For some people, this might be a con. For me, this is what I wanted. On a dual-1920x1200 desktop, just under 4 inches of physical mouse movement twitches the cursor across 4000 pixels. The scroll wheel has a very light but positive click to its scrolling, just enough feedback to rip through pages of documents/webpages with very little resistance. And, quietly.

Speaking of quiet, I can barely hear the buttons click, and they are very sensitive to light touch. I use very little force to click or type, just enough to register the action, and the M525 is wonderfully responsive.

Unifying Receiver: plugged the into a USB 2.0 port in WinXP & Win7 and was pointing and clicking within 30 seconds or so. No need to install software. SEE: Other Thoughts on this topic.

Was also plug-n-play on linux MINT.

Cons: Glossy/shiny/slick surface of the main mouse. Gets sticky with hand grease quickly. Wish it had the lightly textured, matte finish found on the trackballs, such as the M570 and the older wired version.

It's not wired. I hate battery management.

HEY LOGITECH: make your mice with an OPTIONAL USB CABLE. You know, you can plug the mouse/pointing device in and not run the batteries down ... EVEN RECHARGE THEM or even *GASP* use the device WITHOUT BATTERIES ... during the vast majority of the time you don't need a wireless solution. Then you can disconnect the USB from the mouse & automagically use it as a wireless device when that becomes necessary.


That said, I haven't needed to change the original batteries in about four months. SEE: Other Thoughts, also.

Sometimes there is very slight lag with the mouse. Very rare, but it is there sometimes. My receiver is only about 20 inches away from the mouse ~98% of the time, plugged into the USB hub integrated in one of my monitors (which has been proven to be a very high-quality, performance hub ... so that is NOT the problem).

Other Thoughts: Unifying Receiver - what a magnificent and over-due implementation. I run two mice, a trackball and a keyboard from one receiver. However, it does get complicated because I have six computers in my office, all using unifying receivers and logitech devices. It's a pretty regular experience to A) need to shift pointing devices between computers and B) have pointing devices used on one computer activate the cursor on another system. I wouldn't mind if it just moved the cursor .. but dangerous random clicks can activate functions. So, I often pull the receivers from some systems and rely on wired devices when doing quick tasks, then establish connections for a computer that I'll settle into for a longer work session.

AGAIN: LOGITECH - please listen and make devices with OPTIONAL USB wiring, and and easier, more intuitive way to assign specific devices to specific systems. AND to switch those devices between systems randomly and rapidly.

KEEP IN MIND: a mixed OS environment ... such as several Windows machines plus several linux machines in the same room all within 15 feet or so of each other. Hopefully I will be able to use this under freeBSD, also.

Battery Llife: I go through a lot of trouble to turn off wireless devices when not in use. Some wireless devices (such as this M525) are not primary, so they are not on 18 hours a day like others are. Thus, I am not changing batteries as often as some friends I know have to. And, I feel that is, at least in part, due to my diligence in addition to the power management features of this device.

I did get the M525 specifically because it's supposed to be even better at power management than most other devices ... still, the "up to 2 years" claim is pretty ludicrous. Three to six months is far more common if you use the mouse extensively every day. I have (on other devices) had to change rechargeable batteries every three to seven days when working 16 hour days and using it as my primary device.

Hey, did I mention that an optional USB cable for these devices that saves batteries & provides recharge capability WOULD BE A BLOODY FANTASTIC IDEA ALREADY? I've written logitech twice since 2005 begging them to implement this concept. DO IT ALREADY! OKay? I really miss my wired trackballs. Great for gaming and absolutely zero lag. My mind is blown that you discontinued those. Why are you making me throw batteries away that I shouldn't need to buy in the first place?

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