I am not one to use a mouse much (until now) as I have already got a logitech wireless keyboard which does a great job as it is but I have tried several mice over the last year and this one has got my attention really quickly because of how it can make you more productive and what it has to offered compared to many standard mice out there most of us are custom to using on a daily basis.

The fact alone here which is beneficial for multiscreen/laptop set ups is you can use the mouse across 3 of them (Logitech flow) and drag and drop items from one set up to another which is really handy and an excellent feature not seen on many other offerings out there. Setting up the mouse is simple and you get a dongle in the box and connectivity is instant  you can of course use your pc/laptops own bluetooth connection but the dongle just works much better and faster you will need to install additional software and have bluetooth connectivity to use the feature mentioned above which will be no problem on any of today’s laptops with bluetooth a standard.


The design is ergonomic and fits perfectly in your hand with a built in gesture button on the thumb with all the buttons at your ease and you can also assign shortcuts to the buttons if you desire you have software to look upon to see what options are available I got one update during my testing period.

On the top is a typical set up with a mouse wheel you can use for infinite scrolling which is handy and you have the left and right buttons which are sensitive and light to touch and work very well and clicky. The mouse wheel on top can be used in two modes as mentioned above or a ratchet action and can be easily changed with the small square (mode) button beneath the wheel.

On the side of the mouse you have another scroll wheel and this also can come in handy for the likes of spreadsheets etc and this one is more stiff than the main wheel which will give you good control of scrolling sideways. I am by no means a mouse expert but this works well. Behind the side scroll wheel you have two elongated buttons which actually allow you to go back on a web page and go back forward again which is very handy.

Underneath the mouse is a standard affair with the power on/off the lazer only this time you have the option to switch from 1-3 PCs which is where this shines with the ability to connect 3 pcs/laptops and transfer files which is really useful but you must install the software on the other two devices on the same network to get the full functionality this will work with 2 by the way not just 3 computers.

You get 70 days battery life (Claimed by manufacturer but I have not had it that long) from this which is excellent and it is also rechargeable so no batteries required..Another bonus.. Also this will work on almost any surface. No mat required.

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As i said I have only used a few mice over the years but this for me has changed how I work at home already with the ability to customize the buttons and to add any shortcut from your PC then be able to transfer files between two or three it will be the last mouse I need. For 109 euro though some might complain but once you use it and get the hang of it you won’t look back. It is a great productivity tool.



By Jim O Brien/CEO

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