Logitech Wireless Mouse M325 promises more precision, control

Logitech Wireless Mouse M325 promises more precision, control

Summary: Logitech has introduced another wireless mouse, but this one is touted as more comfortable for those who are chained to their computers.

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Logitech has introduced another wireless mouse, but this one is touted as more comfortable for those who are chained to their computers.

Compatible with the trifecta of desktop operating systems (Windows, Mac and Linux), the Wireless Mouse M325 sports texturized grips and a "feel-good" shape, along with a battery life of up to 18 months. (FYI, it only uses a single AA battery). That battery life is probably made possible by the use of a USB connector rather than a Bluetooth connection.

Logitech also boasts the M325 as more precise with 72 tiny ratchets along the scroll wheel, opposed to the "standard" 18 to 24 ratchets found on other mice.

Priced at $39.99, the Wireless Mouse M325 is available for pre-order now and will ship later this month.

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  • RE: Logitech Wireless Mouse M325 promises more precision, control

    I'm sure it's a lovely mouse (especially if you have the deformed hands that fit its eccentric shape) but... um... usb as opposed to bluetooth? not a valid distinction at all. and what exactly is made more precise by having 72 detents on the scroll wheel?

    I have an m310 rubberized mouse, came with a keyboard, looks like exactly the same body shape and I use it despite the shape, not because of it. I find it a ghastly design. The simple blunted teardrop shape works much better for me, and i'll be going back to my old mouse as soon as I can replace the failing switch
    redking44