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Logitech M317 Cordless Mouse w/Unifying Receiver $12 At Target YMMV or Logitech M325 Wireless Mouse $12.99 + Free Shipping at BestBuy.com

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Last Edited by frenchy12405 August 18, 2013 at 06:20 PM
Target in store has the Logitech M317 Cordless Mouse with a Unifying Receiver for $12 in various designs YMMV. Price valid trough 8/24. Target Red Card (more info here [target.com]) holders get an additional 5% off and an extra 30 days to return on most items.

Its interesting, that if you would Google this specific model, the search results has it for the same price at Target.com. But when you actually go to the site, they have it for $19.99.

This mouse ranges from $19.99 to $24.99 make this at least 40% to 55% off. Dont be fooled by some cheesy sites that are selling the mouse without the receiver.

Specifications:
  • Number of Controllers: 1
  • Controller Features: Plug and Play Technology, Ergonomic Design, Wireless, Scrolling Wheel
  • Wired Connectivity: Wireless, USB 2.0
  • Wireless Technology: Wireless USB
  • Number of Buttons/Keys: 2
  • Maximum Operating Range: Up to 82'
  • Mouse Speed: 1000 dpi
  • Operating System Compatibility: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows, PC, Mac OS X, Windows XP
  • System Requirements: USB Port
  • Model Compatibility: PC
  • Includes: On/Off Switch, USB Receiver
  • Power Source: Battery-Powered
  • Material: Plastic
  • Dimensions: 3.54 " L x 1.97 " W x 3.39 " T
  • Weight: 3.03 Lb.
  • Warranty Description: 1 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty
  • Battery Required, included: 1 alkaline AA

Alternatively, BestBuy.com [bestbuy.com] has the Logitech M325 Wireless Optical Mouse for $12.99 + Free Shipping.
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The M325 has a better battery life for $12.99 at BB [bestbuy.com]. They even go down to $10 once in a while
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The M325 has a better battery life for $12.99 at BB [bestbuy.com]. They even go down to $10 once in a while
Thanks I updated the post to include the Bestbuy mouse as well. How did you come to the conclusion that the M325 has a better battery life? Did you test both these models out or are you basing it off the specs?
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Quote from frenchy12405 View Post :
Thanks I updated the post to include the Bestbuy mouse as well. How did you come to the conclusion that the M325 has a better battery life? Did you test both these models out or are you basing it off the specs?
Based on specs and I also have the M325. However, the M317 has programmable buttons.
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Based on specs and I also have the M325. However, the M317 has programmable buttons.
Thanks for the info! Repped!!
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Thanks OP.
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Got one thanks.
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how does this compare to lenovo N50?

i just got the n50 for 10 bucks yesterday.
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how does this compare to lenovo N50?

i just got the n50 for 10 bucks yesterday.
I was thinking of ordering the n50 a while back for a similar price but I ultimately decided not too. The weird design seemed uncomfortable and I really am not into Lenovo products. I can tell you though that every Logitech mouse Ive had --and i am probably going on my 6th or 7th over the years, really impressed me. In both style, quality and battery life.
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Target in store has the Logitech M317 Cordless Mouse with a Nano Receiver for $12 in various designs YMMV.
OP, the M317 has a Unifying Receiver, not a regular nano receiver. You should change your post as this is a pretty big detail. The receivers themselves sell for about $9-$11 if you should lose it.
Last edited by gymsock August 18, 2013 at 05:50 PM
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OP, the M317 has a Unifying Receiver, not a regular nano receiver. You should change your post as this is a pretty big detail. The receivers themselves sell for about $9-$11 if you should lose it.
I stand corrected. Can you explain the difference please?
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I stand corrected. Can you explain the difference please?
The older style nano receiver is first of all longer so it sticks out further from a USB slot so at times you might have to remove it to put a laptop in a bag. The nano receiver will only work with that mouse or I think another Logitech mouse that uses the nano, but most don't anymore(use the nano).

The unifying receiver is much smaller so if you have a laptop it is more flush with it and doesn't stick out and get caught on things so you don't have to remove it. But more important if you are a big fan of Logitech mice and keyboards like I am and have a couple keyboards and mice all designed around the unifying receiver, that one receiver works with all of them. You don't have to have multiple receivers plugged into and wasting valuable USB slots. You can just switch between different mice or keyboards from just that one receiver.

Here's an explanation and the devices that work with the Unifying Receiver [amazon.com]
UPDATE: Actually the list of devices on this link looks pretty outdated as my Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 has the unifying receiver and I don't see it there.
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The older style nano receiver is first of all longer so it sticks out further from a USB slot so at times you might have to remove it to put a laptop in a bag. The nano receiver will only work with that mouse or I think another Logitech mouse that uses the nano, but most don't anymore(use the nana).

The unifying receiver is much smaller so if you have a laptop it is more flush with it and doesn't stick out and get caught on things so you don't have to remove it. But more important if you are a big fan of Logitech mice and keyboards like I am and have a couple keyboards and mice all designed around the unifying receiver, that one receiver works with all of them. You don't have to have multiple receivers plugged into and wasting valuable USB slots. You can just switch between different mice or keyboards from just that one receiver.

Here's an explanation and the devices that work with the Unifying Receiver [amazon.com]
UPDATE: Actually the list of devices on this link looks pretty outdated as my Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 has the unifying receiver and I don't see it there.
Thanks for the info. From my understanding though, Nano refers to the size, while Unifying refers to the fact it can work with different peripherals. Is a Unifying really smaller though?
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Thanks for the info. From my understanding though, Nano refers to the size, while Unifying refers to the fact it can work with different peripherals. Is a Unifying really smaller though?
I used to have a really old Logitech mouse that was the first that used the nano receiver. I remember that when I got a new Logitech mouse with the unifying receiver that it was definitely smaller. Since then I think that Logitech may have decreased the size so that both the unifying and the nano are exactly the same size and the only difference sizewise is that the unifying has a red star symbol on it(did some research that seems to confirm this). I'll have to double check on this the next time I go to the store and compare them. Apologies though if my previous post may not have been entirely correct.
Last edited by gymsock August 19, 2013 at 02:50 PM
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Any major difference btw this and the $9.99 m310 at Frys?
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