|Item model number||910-000253|
|Item Weight||0.96 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.3 x 7.1 x 2.35 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||8.3 x 7.1 x 2.35 inches|
|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||July 23, 2007|
Logitech 910-000253 VX Nano Cordless Laser Mouse Retail
|Connectivity Technology||Wireless, USB|
|Movement Detection Technology||Laser|
|Number of Buttons||6|
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- Logitech VX 6-Button Wireless Laser Mouse w/USB Hub General Features: Black color
- Sleek ergonomic design with soft rubber grips 6-buttons Scroll wheel acts as third button
- World's smallest USB receiver, nano-sized to store within the mouse
- 2.4 GHz USB nano receiver cordless technology Additional USB receiver with extra USB port
- Hyper fast scrolling
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|Connectivity Technology||Wireless, USB||USB||USB, Bluetooth||USB||Wireless||Wireless|
|Hardware Interface||USB||USB||USB||USB||USB||Radio Frequency|
|Item Dimensions||8.3 x 7.1 x 2.35 inches||6.46 x 3.62 x 8.82 inches||3.96 x 2.56 x 1.35 inches||—||2.24 x 1.51 x 4 inches||3.97 x 2.28 x 1.57 inches|
|Item Weight||0.96 ounces||—||3.49 ounces||4.76 ounces||4.49 ounces||2.21 ounces|
|Platform||Windows||—||Linux, Windows||Linux, Mac, Windows||Windows 7, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows XP Professional, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Business, Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Mac OS X 10.7 Lion||Windows Vista, Windows, Mac OS X, Windows XP, Windows 2000 Server|
Point your computer in the right direction!This Logitech VX Wireless Laser Mouse is a great upgrade from your old ball mouse. On the computer for hours on end? This laser mouse s ergonomic and ambidextrous design will make working and browsing comfortable. With its 6-buttons you ll be able to make sure your pointer is doing exactly what you want it to do. Tilt-wheel technology allows you to scroll horizontally as well as vertically. Its nano USB receiver is the world s smallest. Make your mouse always ready to go by plugging in the nano receiver to a USB port and forgetting about it. Also included is an additional USB receiver with an added USB port so you don t lose USB product access. Transport it easily with its carrying pouch and effortlessly carry it with your notebook computer. Grab this Logitech VX Wireless Laser Mouse and bring it home today!
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My little VX Nano was small but fit really well in my big hand (silence you perverts!). It's plastic but has a really nice sturdy feel to it, even premium if compared to other mice. The paint never faded (well only on the up, down and search button), the buttons never stopped working and to this day they always gave a satisfactory click feedback just like new. What can I say about the scroll wheel? Well it's about as good as it can get and the standard by which I judge all other scroll wheels! It's metallic, substantial, solid, precise and the way it let me select between the free and the rigged spin was a thing of beauty. It's little and groundbreaking (at the time) receiver was a nothing short of amazing, I just popped it in and never took it out until I changed my laptops (it went through 3 or 4 in these years).
If I would have to say something "negative" about it, it's that by today's standards the optical tracking isn't as precise as say the Blue Track tech on Microsoft's mice.
I could go on this ode to my dear VX Nano, but alas I must move on, let it rest in peace and try to find a new mouse that can try to live up to it's legend.
R.I.P. VX Nano
May 15th 2013
You will be missed
Installation was flawless and the receiver sticks out only 1/4 of an inch. So right now it is plugged in to one of the USB ports as opposed to the Revolution's receiver which is much bigger and which I had plugged in to a port on a Belkin 4-port hub (another great and useful little gizmo) Belkin USB 2.0 4-Port Ultra Mini Hub F5U407 . Also, the width of the receiver is minimal and doesn't interfere with the USB port right next to it in any way.
I'm right-handed but this is an ambidextrous mouse. The back/forward buttons - which I can't seem to live without anymore - are easier for me to operate as they are accessed by the index finger instead of the thumb. For me that is much easier as I have arthritis fairly bad in my hands - especially my thumbs - and using my thumbs for anything is painful. The position of the back/forward button works well for me based on the size of my hand which is relatively small. To me, it's more intuitive to use the thumb instead of the index finger for the back button, and since my 2 previous mice had that feature, I had to get used to using the index finger instead. However, I'm more than happy to getting used to that as I don't have to worry about my thumb hurting anymore.
The scroll wheel is a bit smaller than most scroll wheels but hasn't presented any problems at all. You can access 4 different scroll capabilities by pressing down on the scroll wheel. I currently have the button behind the scroll wheel programmed for "Close" but there's a multitude of other options available.
The battery case (uses 2 "AAA" batteries) is easy to open with a little lever that pops it open underneath the mouse and that's where the receiver is stored. The on/off button is also underneath and there's a red LED on top of the mouse when the batteries are low/going out. I think the only negative I can think of is that it would have been nice to have the on/off button or at least a usage light located on top of the mouse as a reminder to turn it off.
It's a little too small for my husband - as was the Revolution VX - but it's all about a matter of preference. I think it's pretty much a natural function to keep the palm of your hand on the table/surface area when using a mouse and how the various buttons work when you are in that usage mode is what will make the mouse good or bad for you. For me and my smaller hands and screwed-up thumb -- this works very well. I was planning to get a Bluetooth mouse for the netbook, MSI Wind U100-432US 10-Inch Netbook (1.6 GHz Intel Atom Processor, 1 GB RAM, 160 GB Hard Drive, XP Home, 6 Cell Battery) Black but am now seriously considering getting another one of these.
UPDATE: Today is February 24, 2010, and I finally had to change out the AAA batteries in this mouse for the first time. Not too bad for longevity as I use the mouse constantly instead of the track pad on the laptop, and I can never remember to turn the mouse off so it's "on" 24/7. I'm just as happy with this little guy today as I was when I wrote the original review.
Anyway geting back to the Nano. It's small enough to fit in a pocket if you want to take it along with your Netbook. In meeting the first requirement for Netbook use, it is small. However, when in use, you don't feel like you have a compromised from a full size mouse. I have the full size Revolution VX. It's an amazing mouse. Best mouse I've used. The quick scrolling is a feature that simply makes navigation through long documents a joy. You can quick scan as the document rolls by. And as you see where you want to stop, the wheel is so precise that is stops on a dime. Even if you let the stop scroll past your destination, you attain a feel for the scroll where you wheel back up and hit the brakes when you see where you want to stop. The only difference from my Revolution is the thumbwheel and the location of the back and forward wheel buttons. I never use the thumbwheel, mostly because the back and forward buttons are thumb operated and just above the wheel. These buttons on the Nana are index finger operated. What I like is these butting are so well designed that I've never mistakenly hit either of them when left clicking or navigated the in the wrong direction. Some have complained about the size of the wheel as too small. For me this is actually a blessing. Left to right scrolling by side bumping the wheel is much easier than on my Revolution. With a Netbook a simple way to sidescroll on a mouse is a great convenience with larger webpages not fitting onto a 10 inch screen width. This thing is a joy. I've had it for over 3 months and I've never had a problem or changed out a battery. The battery is right now at 75% so, I don't think I'll have to change them out for a while.
It's a great mouse for any Notebook user; both small and powerful with features. For a Netbook user, it's a perfect match. Put your Nano in your pocket and your PC in a slipcase. On the go with few compromises from a larger Notebook with all the gadget in a heavy bag.