Logitech M510 Wireless Mouse (Blue)

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Logitech M510 Wireless Mouse (Blue)
Key Features
  • RF Wireless Connection
  • Laser-Grade Sensor
  • Programmable Buttons
  • Unifying Technology Supported
The blue M510 Wireless Mouse from Logitech is a full-size wireless laser-grade mouse that features a scroll wheel, with left/right scrolling, as well as forward and back buttons. Laser tracking allows for multi-surface precision tracking, and a leave-in USB receiver lets you enjoy wireless freedom. The USB receiver supports Unifying technology allowing you to connect other compatible devices (available separately) to it, eliminating the need for additional USB receivers. This mouse offers programmable controls to customize button functions. Soft side grips and a contoured shape allow for comfortable use. This mouse is powered by two preinstalled AA batteries that last for up to two years depending on use. The mouse also has an On/Off switch to conserve battery life when not in use.
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Logitech M510 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Multi-Surface Tracking
  • 3Programmable Controls
  • 4Side-to-Side Scrolling Plus Zoom
  • 5Back/Forward Buttons
  • 6Leave-In Receiver
  • 7Contoured Design
  • 8Battery Life

The blue M510 Wireless Mouse from Logitech is a full-size wireless laser-grade mouse that features a scroll wheel, with left/right scrolling, as well as forward and back buttons. Laser tracking allows for multi-surface precision tracking, and a leave-in USB receiver lets you enjoy wireless freedom. The USB receiver supports Unifying technology allowing you to connect other compatible devices (available separately) to it, eliminating the need for additional USB receivers. This mouse offers programmable controls to customize button functions. Soft side grips and a contoured shape allow for comfortable use. This mouse is powered by two preinstalled AA batteries that last for up to two years depending on use. The mouse also has an On/Off switch to conserve battery life when not in use.

Multi-Surface Tracking

Laser-grade sensor provides smoother tracking

Programmable Controls

You can configure buttons using the free Logitech Options software for shortcuts and other functions

Side-to-Side Scrolling Plus Zoom

You can scroll side-to-side in documents and zoom in and out

Back/Forward Buttons

Move quickly through documents or while browsing websites with the forward and back buttons on the left side of the mouse

Leave-In Receiver

The receiver stays in your computer and is compatible with Unifying technology to allow multiple devices (available separately) to be connected to it

Contoured Design

Soft side grips and an ergonomic shape ensures comfort during prolonged use

Battery Life

The on/off switch and smart sleep mode extend battery life, while an indicator light keeps you informed of remaining battery life
UPC: 097855077097

Logitech M510 Specs

SensorLaser
dpi1000
Scroll TypeScroll Wheel
Number of Buttons5
Hand OrientationAmbidextrous
LED IlluminationNone
Full-Functionality OS SupportMac, Windows, Chrome OS, Linux
Connectivity
ConnectorUSB Type-A
Wireless Connectivity2.4 GHz RF
Wireless Range32.8' / 10 m
Power
Battery Requirements2 x AA
Maximum Battery Life2 Years
LED IndicatorYes
Physical
Dimensions (L x W x H)4.7 x 2.6 x 1.6" / 119.3 x 66.0 x 40.6 mm
Weight4.6 oz / 130.4 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.385 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.55 x 4.95 x 2.7"
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