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Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse
The notebook version of Logitech's Revolution Mouse has most of the headline features found in the MX—a range of up to 30 feet, and longer battery time than most cordless mice, and three distinct, new features, including the next-generation scroll wheel, document quick-flip button, and one-button search. To these, it even adds an extra feature—a zoom slider.
The revolutionary scroll wheel has two modes of operation—line-by-line scrolling and free-spin scrolling. Free-spin scrolling allows the scroll wheel to become a flywheel capable of traversing thousands of spreadsheet rows or hundreds of word-processing pages with a single flick.
Logitech's VX Revolution Notebook mouse can easily be mistaken for an average desktop mouse because of its size. Although the pudgy mouse doesn't save much space and will add to the clutter of components on the go, its shape does bode well for ergonomics and does a good job at shaping the hand.
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