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Logitech Wireless Mouse M185 – Red

$24.95

910-002503(M185) (Logitech / Mouse)

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Description

Description

Logitech Wireless Mouse M185

A simple, reliable mouse with plug-and-play wireless, a 1-year battery life and a 3-year limited hardware warranty.

Features:

Plug-and-forget nano receiver
It works with Window®-based and Mac® computers. So small and unobtrusive, you can plug it into a USB port and forget about it. Plus, you can say good-bye to worries about lost receivers.

1-year battery life
You can go for a year without battery hassles. The On/Off switch and smart sleep mode help conserve power.

Logitech reliability
You get the high quality and reliability that have made Logitech the global leader for mice—plus a three-year limited hardware warranty.

Logitech Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity
You get the reliability of a cord with wireless convenience and freedom—fast data transmission and virtually no delays or dropouts.

Plug-and-play simplicity
No software, no hassles—you simply plug in the tiny nano receiver and start using your mouse right away.

Comfy, contoured shape
The contoured design feels good in either hand and offers more comfort than a touchpad.

Perfect for laptops and netbooks
Your mouse works with Windows, Mac and Linux®. No matter what type of computer you own today—or buy tomorrow—you can depend on your mouse to work like you expect.

Brand

Brand

Logitech

Logitech international S.A is a global provider of personal computer peripherals and mobile accessorises. The company was founded in October 2, 1981 in Apples Switzerland by Daniel Borel Pierluigi Zappacosta Giacomo Marini. The company has a worldwide service area with their headquarters located in Lausanne, Switzerland. The company’s website is www.logitech.com. Their other websites are www.ultimateears.com and www.jaybirdsport.com. The MX Air Mouse, a device which allows a user to use natural gestures to control a PC was produced by Hillcrest Labs Freespace motion control technology licensed by Logitech in 2007. By the year 2008 in December, Logitech announced that it had produced one billion mice since 1985. However in their production of tablet devices, Logitech Company suffered a loss in 2013 but they were able to make profit the following year.