Pros:Comfort, accuracy, and battery life.
Cons:None that I have found.
The Bottom Line: This mouse has every quailty a person could want in a mouse and it's still fairly inexpensive.
Last year I decided to get a wireless mouse for my laptop. I don't like to use the touchpad on laptops, because of the lack of control and accuracy. I bought a wired mouse to use with my laptop(because it was cheap), but the wire was constantly getting wrapped around everything, so I decided I had to get a wireless. I bought the Logitech V220, from my local Wal-Mart, and I have been extremely happy with it.
Recommend this product?
This mouse is very comfortable to use. It is a perfect fit for my hand. I am 5'10" and I have average sized hands. For someone who has large hands this mouse may not be as comfortable, but it works well for me.
The pointer, while using this mouse, is very accurate. I've used mouses in the past and I've had to pick the mouse up and shove it in the direction I've wanted to go(Although I think this was partially due to the computer settings), but that's not a problem with the Logitech V220. With a slight pivot of my wrist I can reach any part of my screen quickly and accurately. Between the comfort and the accuracy of this mouse it gives me the sense that I am pointing at the screen with my own finger. The wheel is also very accurate. Before buying this mouse I never used the wheel on the mouse, because there always seemed to be a lag, but not so with this model.
The connection is very stable. I have never had the mouse not communicate with the computer, except when the batter died. I've had this mouse a year and I've only changed the battery once since I got it, so the battery dying is a rarity. There is an on/off switch on the mouse itself to help with battery conservation while you're not using it. The mouse takes a few seconds to register when it is first plugged into the computer, but I'm sure that is common among all wireless mouses.
I can't remember exactly how much I paid. I think it was like 26 dollars. It was only two steps up from the cheapest mouse they had. There were several more that were more expensive. A couple of the nicest ones ran around 50 dollars, but I'm very glad I chose to only spend 26. I can't imagine the quality being any better than what I got in the V220.
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Amount Paid (US$): 26