Saturday, April 19, 2008

Logitech VX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse

The Logitech VX Revolution Cordless Laser mouse for notebooks is a superior companion for full on laptop users, combining the best desktop mice features while it is small and glossy, even if it fits in a tiny wireless receiver. Going beyond its impressive design, you sense the design's ergonomic qualities like the soft-touch rubber grips. It is a bit disappointing it is only available in a right-hand version.

VX Revolution introduces exciting new features with an actual purpose, in a very shy in terms of innovations market, thus it isn’t the cheaper option in the market. If you are a believer of paying a bit more for investing on a best-of-class product, the VX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse will not disappoint. The whole concept follows a rather minimal but functional approach, making the “nearly frictionless” scroll wheels its star feature.

The Zoom button and a couple of other fancy functions didn’t affect VX Revolution in terms of size or weight. The 4.2 ounces (130 grams) mouse is marginally bigger than its laptop cousins but it is definitely prettier and still smaller than the desktop ones.

VX Revolution might come across as “racist” to left-hands users but it sticks with social trends like “going green” thus, its receiver switches off when not used to save power. Plus, it is so comfortable and technologically advanced that you get used to its features instantly and most probably it will be a challenge not to use it as your primary mouse; either using a desktop or a laptop.