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Logitech M525 Wireless Mouse (Black) EXPIRED

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Office Depot and OfficeMax has Logitech M525 Wireless Mouse (Black, 910-002696) on sale for $11.99. Select free store pickup if stock is available, otherwise shipping is free on $45+ orders.

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Product Info:
  • 1000 dpi movement resolution.
  • Smooth optical sensor provides laser-like precision on most surfaces, including polished or wood-grain tables.
  • Small receiver plugs into your computer's USB port.
  • Wireless connection transmits data via 2.4GHz signals. 8' range.
  • Ultra-precise scroll wheel.
  • 2 buttons.
  • Comfortable, ergonomic design.
  • Low battery indicator light.
  • Backed by the manufacturer's 3-year limited warranty

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hipertec asked this question on 07-07-2022 at 12:06 PM
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Amazon desc. "Mouse Dimensions (height x width x depth)-4.00 x 2.24 x 1.51 inches"

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Best mouse I own. I'm not a gamer
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Thanks OP! Seems like a good price. Submitted the lower price to Amazon [amazon.com]. Maybe they'll match?
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I wonder if you can use this dongle to work a keyboard too. I have a keyboard/mouse bundle that I want to replace just the mouse
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no back button. what is this, 1995?
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Quote from augielicious :
I wonder if you can use this dongle to work a keyboard too. I have a keyboard/mouse bundle that I want to replace just the mouse
If your keyboard/mouse is logitech and uses the same dongle, then yes you should be able to pair another mouse to the dongle through a downloaded software (Logi+ options or something?).

The dongle should have little orange logo and say Logitech. There are two other dongles, a logitech Bolt (higher security for corporate use), and lightspeed (for gaming), but I think it's unlikely that a run-of-the-mill keyboard/mouse combo would use either of those.
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If your keyboard/mouse is logitech and uses the same dongle, then yes you should be able to pair another mouse to the dongle through a downloaded software (Logi+ options or something?).

The dongle should have little orange logo and say Logitech. There are two other dongles, a logitech Bolt (higher security for corporate use), and lightspeed (for gaming), but I think it's unlikely that a run-of-the-mill keyboard/mouse combo would use either of those.
It would only link together if both are unifying devices (with the orange starburst on the dongles and the bottom of the device). Some also use a standard non-unifying receiver (like the MK270 combo) and some use a non-unifying receiver that is unique to its device (like the MK470 combo). The software to use is called Logitech Unifying Software.
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I wonder if you can use this dongle to work a keyboard too. I have a keyboard/mouse bundle that I want to replace just the mouse
If the keyboard is Unifying it probably will work.

You can use the software to add or remove devices from any Unifying dongle.

https://support.logi.com/hc/en-us...g-Software
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Is this a full size mouse?
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Quote from boosterjm :
Is this a full size mouse?
Amazon desc. "Mouse Dimensions (height x width x depth)-4.00 x 2.24 x 1.51 inches"
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Btw is a unifying receiver or amy dedicated one preferable to Bluetooth?
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Btw is a unifying receiver or amy dedicated one preferable to Bluetooth?
I have both, and I really can't tell the difference as a non-gamer.

If you are using a laptop, then BT would be preferable since it won't tie up a USB port.
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A unifying receiver by itself costs more than this on Amazon (~$13).
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What I find these days is that mice's button clicks die way too quickly, and I am not a gamer. 10 years ago these issues rarely happens. I wish I could just replace the click module like replacing a battery so I don't have to throw them away.
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