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December 14th, 2003 3:41 pm - Doc | [ Bottom ]
Not long ago Logitech released their MX series of mice, MX700
was a great mouse with 4.7 mega pixel/sec of image processing power and
resolution of 800 dpi and of course the rechargeable option, however it missed
Bluetooth technology, where it would have allowed the mouse not ever lose
connection integrity. After using the MX700 for almost a year, it was time for a
new mouse, MX900 which offers Bluetooth connection and a Hub that allows any
Bluetooth device to connect to the computer.
Suggested Price: 99.95 USD
- Logitech MX™900 Cordless
Optical Mouse for Bluetooth
- Bluetooth wireless hub
- AC Power supply
- 2 AA NiMH rechargeable
batteries (1.2V 1800 mAh)
- CD with software, comfort
guidelines and User's Guide
- Installation Guide
- Full product support
- 5-year manufacturer's
- IBM®-compatible system
without Bluetooth pre-installed
- Windows® 2000, XP (no
service pack required)
- USB port
- CD-ROM drive
Mouse features: (from
- Tremendous accuracy with the
MX™ Optical Engine
New benchmark in optical systems combines high resolution and high frame rate
to achieve superior performance.
- Precision scrolling and
efficient web navigation
Cruise Control™ system combines two buttons with scroll wheel to ease
scrolling through long documents or web sites. And two thumb buttons let you
move forward or backward between pages.
- Quick Switch Program
Effortlessly switch back and forth among active programs and documents.
- Comfortable design
Sleek contoured shape fits snugly into your right hand for optimal comfort.
- Rapid charge base station /
Bluetooth wireless hub
Bluetooth® wireless hub is also a mouse recharging base to ensure that your
mouse is always ready for work (or play).
- Install the batteries
- Connect the Bluetooth
wireless hub to the power supply.
- The computer should
recognize the Bluetooth device if you have Windows XP SP1 installed otherwise
use the CD provided.
- For extra features, install
the Logitech driver set.