Logitech M505 RF inalámbrico Laser 1000DPI Rojo - Ratón (RF inalámbrico, Laser, 1000 DPI, Rojo, AA, Windows XP/Vista/7 Mac OS X 10.4 +)
Descripción del producto
Cantidad de botones: 3
Color del producto: Rojo
Indicadores LED: Si
Interfaz del dispositivo: RF inalámbrico
Numero de baterías soportadas: 2
Resolución de movimiento: 1000 DPI
Rueda de desplazamiento: Si
Sistema operativo MAC soportado: Si
Sistemas operativos compatibles: Windows XP/Vista/7\nMac OS X 10.4 +
Tecnología de detección de movimientos: Laser
Tipo de batería: AA
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I've had this mouse for while (2013). I last used it on my T60p a few month ago. I tried to pair it with my new T500. The receiver seemed to get the drivers from the internet, so I assumed it then should work. Ah, nope. I had to go to Logitech's web site and found the M505 and the Unifying software. Once downloaded, I ran it and now my mouse works fine...
The long story...
The M505 did not seem to work (this prior to the unifying software), so I bought a new mouse, a M185. That mouse sux badly. Felt cheap, vague imprecise movement. I returned it. I then bought the M325c, this was better but still was, no good (same, vague and imprecise, pointing, just less bad slightly). So annoyed, I planed to contact Logitech's Customer Support, but prior to this, I looked to see if there was any specific software, and there was. The Unifying was what I needed...
The other mouse I like is the M705. Its right handed only. and has too many extra buttons, I dont need or want. And I chant switch hands...
Review Date: 4-18-2017, Revision: A.
I actually bought two of these. One is paired with the unifying receiver with a Logitech keyboard on my desktop, and the other is for my laptop, as I totally detest and despise touchpads. :) Both are performing perfectly.
On the desktop mouse, at first I plugged the receiver directly to a USB port on the back of the computer, and had some erratic operation on both the keyboard and mouse. So I used the extender cord that came with the keyboard to route the receiver away from the case, and since then have had zero problems. On the laptop, the receiver is small enough to leave plugged in all the time, even when the computer is in the laptop bag. If you do have occasion to remove the receiver, there is a handy storage slot for it in the mouse's battery compartment.
Both of these mice have great range and the buttons are reasonably quiet. I have used these quite heavily for the past 6 weeks, and the battery indicator shows the batteries are still full, and this is without ever switching off the switch on the bottom, so I don't expect to have to replace them anytime soon. I like that the wheel allows you to side-scroll, just move it left or right to scroll.
Ergonomically, it feels comfortable in my hand. Logitech, for some unknown reason, does not see fit to provide the sizes of their mice, so as a public service :) here are the dimensions of the M505: Length 3 7/8 inches, width 2 1/4 inches, height 1 3/8 inches. If you have large hands it may seem a bit small; however the design allows for a comfortable grip, and the rubber pads on the side help a lot with this.
You can download software from the Logitech website that allows you to customize the functions of the buttons and scroll wheel, and is also used to pair the mouse with another Logitech component.
Overall, I'm very pleased with both of these mice. Not the cheapest out there, but you get what you pay for, and the M505 is worth it.
HOWEVER: it's not worth 79.99, the currently listed price.
The big brother of htis mouse, the m510 is only 24 dollars. I bought the m505 for about 30.
It seems the amazon seller of this mouse is trying to capitalize on the fact that this mouse is no really longer the current model, but still has high amazon reviews.
BUY A SUB 30 DOLLAR MOUSE!
I recently started having trouble with it (the receiver actually), because I had the terrible habit of taking the receiver off the computer and putting it back on the mouse everyday when I left the office since I didn't take the mouse with me (I was always afraid I'd lose it LOL) so what ended up happening is it probably got something loose inside so my computer did not longer recognize it...
Long story short, if this happens to you, all you need to do is buy a new receiver (for $5 in amazon) and problem solved since the mouse itself works as good as new, but I'd had my eye on the red version for quite some time so I ended up buying a new receiver to take the old mouse home permanently and bought the red version for the office. Features are the same and so are the praises... I am uploading some pictures as well since I think the picture Logitech features is a little misleading (red is a lot brighter in real life!! )