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Logitech T400 910-003041 3 Buttons Touch Scroll USB RF Wireless Optical 1000 dpi Zone Touch Mouse

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  • 3 Buttons
  • 2.4GHz Wireless
  • Optical

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • Steven K.
  • 3/23/2014 1:05:18 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Product!

Pros: Super easy to use, no need to install on windows or linux. Battery seems to last a long time, according to my system it's been at 100% for the whole 3 weeks i've been using it now. (Almost daily use).

It appears to work on any surface i put it on, no need for a mouse pad.

Cons: No cons

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  • Chris K.
  • 1/9/2014 11:37:03 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsPretty good mouse but overpriced

Pros: Great tracking
good weight
looks nice

Cons: scroll area gets "sticky" as you use it throughout the day and your finger gets clammy or whatever.
The scroll action is more accurate without setpoint installed on flash based internet games for some reason. It's barely responsive with setpoint installed.

Button configurations tend to revert to default after a week or so. It's pretty annoying to have to change the settings of the buttons every other week because the setpoint software won't keep the settings in memory.

Other Thoughts: I bought this to replace my VX Nano, which was the best mouse I've ever had. Perfect placement of the forward and back buttons, the dedicated center button which was programmable, and the click-to-click and smooth scroll functionality were all excellent. The left button on that mouse after 2-3 years started double clicking or not clicking at all so it was time to put it to pasture. Haven't found a reasonably priced equivalent yet. The Anywhere MX is supposed to be its replacement, but It's a bit expensive. Granted, not much more than this thing.

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  • Anonymous
  • 10/1/2013 1:47:49 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsbad idea

Pros: none

Cons: bad ergonomics gave me chronic RSI in the wrist

Other Thoughts: taken about 2 months to recuperate from this mouse
medial bills cost more than the mouse

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  • Kevin P.
  • 8/17/2013 7:35:08 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

3 out of 5 eggsUnique design

Pros: Sleek design. Small enough to fit my 7 year olds hand.

Cons: Although it seems to work well in windows 8 it is not as easy to control scrolling as a typical scroll wheel.

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  • Andrew H.
  • 7/11/2013 9:46:53 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsFirst and last Logitech mouse

Pros: It looks cool.

Cons: The software for this mouse is terrible. You can't customize the buttons beyond a few choices. One of the options for the middle button is to switch apps. Instead of just pulling up the same menu as ALT + Tab, it does this very slow and clunky animation. To make it worse, if you're on dual monitors, it picks monitor 2 every time, not the primary monitor.

Other Thoughts: Not sure if I can get an RMA because of software...

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  • Anonymous
  • 4/14/2013 3:57:20 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

2 out of 5 eggsNeeds more work

Pros: Nice looking mouse, beautifully built and finished

Cons: poor ergonomics - too small in hand, find my fingers running off the front of the mouse; stiff left and right buttons, soft centre button.

software poor - bloatware drivers consume 32MB ram; options dont stick

Poor standard setup - standard centre button is towards the back of the mouse and unusable, has to be swapped with the front centre button, but the swap doesnt stick.

Button arrangement means you cant use a standard Windows driver and have to use the SETPOINT bloatware.

Other Thoughts: How did it get out of the lab?

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  • Shawn P.
  • 2/3/2013 10:20:14 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsTouch Doesn't Mean Much

Pros: Mouse is easy to grasp due to the rubberized sides and the touch strip is very sensitive and offers smooth scrolling both horizontally and vertically. Extra button can make bouncing to Start screen a breeze in Windows 8.

Cons: SetPoint 6.51 software has very limited to no configuration options for extra buttons. Low profile can take getting used to. Touch strip is not as accurate as wheel.

Other Thoughts: I upgraded to Windows 8 on my non-touch desktop and was exited to get this mouse for two reason. The touch strip that allows for horizontal and vertical scrolling and two stealthily hidden buttons I could bind to Win8 functionality to avoid some of the drawn out gyrations you have to do when you don't have a touch capable PC.

In addition to the standard R/L buttons the touch strip has two buttons neatly located under it - one at the front and one at the back. So technically this is a 4 button mouse.

However, the SetPoint software for this model is atrocious in its offerings. The only thing you can set these two buttons to control is switching apps and jumping to the start screen. There is no customization options, no macro option and no profiles for different apps.

You cannot even set a button up to pull up charms. They are locked into "start" and "apps" or nothing at all. You can disable these and one can act like a middle click button if you have a way to bind the middle click to something in your application but other than that there are zero configuration options for these buttons.

I am not a PC gamer and by no means did I ever think this was a gaming mouse. I do occasionally play World of Warcraft though and typically setup a button for autorun and jump. Unfortunately, since there is no program specific profiles you have to turn off the "Goto Start" button before going into the game or the slightest click will abruptly dump you out of the game. Even with the front button turned off in Windows you cannot configure it separately in the game. It only seems to recognize one middle click button, not two so in WOW the T400 essentially becomes a 3 button mouse.

Scrolling is smooth but, to me, still not as intuitive as a wheel. When not looking at the mouse there is no distinctive 'feel' to let you know your finger is over the touch strip. This effects clicking more so than it does scrolling. Often you will think your finger is over the left button but end up clicking the strip by mistake or vise versa.

Horizontal scrolling is nice, but don't kid yourself, this mouse isn't going to make Windows 8 any more friendly than a normal scroll mouse. The only difference you will find is in the few modern apps that offer horizontal scrolling, and frankly, those few apps are not that disorienting using a regular wheel to scroll horizontal. There really are no other Windows 8 'tricks' up this mouse's sleeve.

So overall I would not recommend the upgrade to this mouse. It doesn't really differentiate itself when it comes to Windows 8 and the standard 'old' wheel mice have better button configurations and designs. I had my old mouse buttons configured to do everything this mouse does and more. And, since the touch strip really doesn't excel at any special Win8 functionality, I actually find the wheel less finicky to use than a touch strip when dialing in on something.

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  • 1/23/2013 11:54:52 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat! Easy and smooth

Pros: Great look and feel. The design compliments the way this mouse works beautifully. Ergonomic and pleasant in the hand. Sturdy and not so small that it seems like a notebook mouse.

Scrolling is fantastic. Very customizable The side-to-side scrolling is very intuitive and a nice change from the old style tilt-wheel. Similar to the bigger name-brand proprietary mice

middle button(s) built in, customizable (a huge plus seeing as how.. well.. who would ever need a mouse button that opens the start menu? not me)

Great range. Have this hooked up in the other room and can use it through a wall and at least 6 meters away.

COMES WITH BATTERIES!!! Real Duracells!!

Cons: I found the settings seem to be buggy and don't like to stick sometimes. Right & left buttons got switched and middle-button reverted to defaults spontaneously during the first days of ownership. Easy fix, but annoying.

Doesn't have a large range of surfaces that it will work on. some wood and glass surfaces simply don't recognize.

Other Thoughts: Using this for an HTPC setup. Bought this because I needed to replace my 3-year old Anywhere Mouse MX that was cutting out on me. Anywhere mouse spoiled me as to what surfaces it worked on. Basically limited to the couch and my mousepad in the office.

I like that I don't have to shut this mouse off all the time due to the increased battery life. we'll see if it really does last the advertised 18 months, but even 6 or 12 would be impressive.

looking forward to many years with another fine Logitech product!

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  • John C.
  • 12/1/2012 7:37:13 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

4 out of 5 eggsQuality Product

Pros: Very light and smooth. The "ribbing" on the mouse is a nice touch as it makes it easier to grasp and move around. The scrolling portion is very smooth, better than the MS touch mouse it replaced. Unifying dongle is awesome as it saves a USB port. The Logitech software is much better than it used to be.

Cons: As mentioned below, it takes a little bit of effort to click the buttons sometimes, which can be somewhat annoying at times. And scrolling in certain Metro apps is way too quick to use, with no known way (that I can see) to slow it down.

Other Thoughts: Not a gaming mouse, but excellent for everyday use. Recommended.

Also, bought at a store because my last mouse gave up the ghost and I could not wait for an online purchase to arrive.

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  • Charles H.
  • 10/30/2012 2:24:03 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsNice but a bit weird

Pros: Comfortable, responsive, predictable. The mouse has a nice weight and arch, feels good in hand after long periods of use. I use it for a laptop and it's small enough to pack around but fits well enough to be comfortable.
Software has offers some flexibility regarding what the buttons and touch zones do. Touch zones are very responsive and in all cases I've found the scrolling is very smooth and easy to control.

Cons: The primary buttons were rather hard to click when I first got it. I switch between more than one computer, the other has the mouse from the Wave combo; its buttons are very easy to click and give a nice sharp tactile and audible feedback.
The Touch Mouse left click and right click buttons are much stiffer, harder to click. This causes various usability issues, particularly when clicking and dragging items or highlighting text, etc., so it is hard to get used to. After a while, either I have become accustomed to it, or the buttons have softened and I can use it comfortably though the tension difference is still noticeable.

Other Thoughts: Overall it's a nice mouse. I replaced a 3 yo NX80 which started having issues. I miss the physical back/forward buttons and the super-fast scroll wheel, but the Zone has more buttons and provides back/forward functionality via swipes on the touch zone. Finally having a "middle click" button is worth it though.

Note: The scroll action is very smooth and attempts to replicate the long-lasting scroll effect created by the free-rolling hyper-fast scroll wheels on other Logitech mice. As a result, if you do a "throw" type gesture in the touch zone the page will continue scrolling, slowing down until it eventually stops. It would be nice if the scrolling stopped immediately when you touch the scroll area again, but you have to initiate another scroll action to actually stop it. The good responsiveness and control it gives you makes this easier than it sounds. Be aware that if you hold down the CTRL key before the scroll completely stops, whatever you're looking at will suddenly zoom in or out. (Use CTRL+0 to return zoom to normal).

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