The black 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.
- RF Wireless Connection
- Laser-Grade Sensor
- Programmable Buttons
- Unifying Technology Supported
Logitech M510 Overview
- 2Multi-Surface Tracking
- 3Programmable Controls
- 4Side-to-Side Scrolling Plus Zoom
- 5Back/Forward Buttons
- 6Leave-In Receiver
- 7Contoured Design
- 8Battery Life
Logitech M510 Specs
|Scroll Type||Scroll Wheel|
|Number of Buttons||5|
|Mouse Hand Orientation||Right|
|Full-Functionality OS Support||Chrome OS, Linux, Mac, Windows|
|Wireless Connectivity||2.4 GHz RF|
|Wireless Range||32.8' / 10 m|
|Battery Requirements||2 x AA|
|Maximum Battery Life||2 Years|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||4.7 x 2.6 x 1.6" / 119.3 x 66.0 x 40.6 mm|
|Weight||4.6 oz / 130.4 g|
|Package Weight||0.385 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.65 x 4.95 x 2.65"|
Logitech M510 Reviews
Logitech M510 Wireless USB Mouse (Red)
...to upgrade/replace an older Logitech M325 Wireless Mouse (Red) See photo. This economical, seemingly small upgrade has made a big difference in computer comfort for me. The full size, right-handed M510 is a little heavier (for one thing because it uses two AA cells instead of the M325's single AA battery) and easier to control with my average sized adult right hand. It is very smooth and quiet to use. I look forward to adapting to the two forward/back thumb buttons, to use for web browser navigation, that the little M325 did not have. I enthusiastically recommend this mouse for basic everyday desktop use. The excellent items and fantastic B&H service I receive always makes me want to buy more stuff!
Good emergency mouse
Logitech has always been my go-to for inexpensive mice. I currently own a G series Logitech wired gaming mouse for my music studio and this one for when the Bluetooth goes wanky. The plug in transmitter is always reliable and theres the bonus of not having to string a wire through tight spaces. Nothing really bad about the M150, but it feels a bit light and toyish, especially when using the scroll wheel. All in all, though, a reasonably priced and reliable mouse.
A Welcome Change
Our CAD Technicians were having problems with the mouse we had been using and our replacement stock consisted of keyboard and mouse combos and taking a replacement mouse from the combos was making a mess out of our stock. After studying the available mouse-only products available I settled on the Logitech 510. It had more features than our existing equipment and better reviews. Our users echoed the good reviews I had found: Much better; It fits my hand better or It's more comfortable; It has eliminated my complaint with the old one; etc.
A good, full-sized wireless mouse!
I was looking for a full-sized wireless mouse when upgrading from a wired mouse, since I do have large hands. After comparison shopping, I decided that the Logitech M510 Wireless Mouse would be the one to get. It feels good in my hand, although it is heavier than the wireless model due to the two batteries inside. It didn't really take long to get used to the weight, and now I think that it is fine. Overall, it is a good product, and I am happy with it!
mouse fine, wasteful shipping
Still working fine after a week, but that huge paper box, that could have fit 20 mice totally bothered me. It came already in a hard plastic shell, small bubble wrapping what have been fine.
Third one... all great.
I have had several of these over the years. Currently I have one at home with the home office laptop dock, one at work with the office dock and another plugged into the laptop itself from when I'm traveling/mobile. I like the way these mice fit in my hand and have become so used to them, I don't really like other mice. Batteries seem to last forever too!
This Logitech Mouse is reliable and works very well, just ioke this Mouse should!
Annoying poor experience
Logitech is annoying. The products are not perfect and they are overpriced. Be prepared for something to go wrong. Be prepared to spend a lot of time fixing the issues.
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