Reviewed on August 19, 2008Logitech's MX 1100 wireless laser mouse is the best in its class thanks to a wide array of features that make navigation easier. You have to pay for all of that capability, but anyone who puts serious time in front of a PC will appreciate what this mouse can do.TAGS:Logitech, wheel, mouse, laser, button, battery
Reviewed on August 24, 2006Every year we think Logitech has pushed the cordless laser mouse to the limit of functionality, and we're always proved wrong. The MX Revolution has a few minor issues, but for the most part, this high-end mouse continues Logitech's streak of market leadership and innovative design.TAGS:Logitech, sensitivity, laser, mouse, wheel, button
Reviewed on August 19, 2009The Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000 is a solid keyboard and mouse combination with a bevy of customizable buttons that make it a no-brainer to use with a home theater PC, but the asymmetrical button layout on the keyboard requires time to learn. If you're looking for a more ergonomic desktop set and willing to put in a little work, the Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000 will serve you well.TAGS:Logitech, keyboard, mouse, laser, Microsoft Corp., button, battery
Reviewed on May 31, 2006The Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 5000 is a good precision mouse for left-handers, but righties would be better off with a mouse designed for that hand.TAGS:laser, mouse, Logitech, Microsoft Corp., button
Reviewed on December 11, 2005It's wireless and stylish, and it offers several useful features, but the Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 has a cheap, lightweight feel that hurts this otherwise well-designed keyboard-and-mouse set.TAGS:laser, mouse, Logitech, keyboard, key, button, Microsoft Corp.
Reviewed on March 20, 2007Logitech finally earns a CNET Editors' Choice award with this update to its flagship gaming mouse. An extra thumb button, an updated laser sensor, and more convenient and flexible customization options than the competition make this mouse easy to recommend to any PC gamer.TAGS:Razer, Logitech, mouse, sensitivity, button, weight, laser, gamer, games, PC
Reviewed on October 12, 2009Although it's not our favorite keyboard and mouse combination, the Logitech Wireless Desktop MK700 set earns our recommendation for its comfortable "Incurve" key design, quick scrolling mouse, and impressive battery life. If you're looking to upgrade your input devices and are on a budget, this $100 combination deserves your attention.TAGS:Logitech, dial, keyboard, mouse, key, laser, battery life, light-emitting diode, battery, button, LCD
Reviewed on June 9, 2009Even semicompetitive PC gamers can get away with a less expensive mouse, but for the most dedicated, the Razer Mamba provides unmatched precision whether it's connected directly to your PC or set free in wireless mode. If Razer fixed a few design and features issues, we'd feel better about the price.TAGS:Razer, mouse, profile, gamer, laser, Logitech, button, battery, Microsoft Corp.
Reviewed on November 18, 2005The attractive Logitech Cordless Desktop MX5000 Laser features flashy new technology, but its few flaws keep it from being our favorite desktop set.TAGS:Logitech, laser, Bluetooth, mouse, keyboard, LCD, button
Reviewed on December 4, 2005The Logitech G7 Laser Cordless Optical mouse has a 2,000dpi optical sensor, programmable buttons, adjustable sensitivity levels, a quick-swappable battery, and most importantly, no cord. But gamers who don't mind being chained to their computers should consider other, less expensive options.TAGS:Logitech, mouse, laser, battery, USB port, gamer, button, games