The system requirements for the Logitech wireless mouse
package came packed in a nice box with decent
information on the back of the box.
Inside, the box contained the following:
Logitech Cordless Wheel Mouse
diskettes containing the MouseWare software
to serial port adaptor
year limited hardware warranty certificate
looks well built and does not feel like a cheap mouse.
The compact receiver is also well built and feels
very light. The
supplied User Guide is, at most, perfunctory, serving
only to help the user set up the mouse and going through
the software installation in 3 languages.
Aside from that, there is not much else in the
User guide. I forgot to mention the section on
“Important Ergonomic Information”, which tells you
how to reduce the risk of injury in relation to using
Logitech wireless mouse has the following features:
button programmable (the wheel also functions as a
available channels for communication (selectable)
wireless mouse features the use of digital radio
technology for the communication between the mouse and
the compact receiver. Apparently,
digital radio technology allows for better reliability
for the communication between the mouse and the
radio communication is supposed to be less susceptible
to interference from other sources of radio signals.
The digital communication between the mouse &
the receiver has a range of six feet.
Logitech claims that objects between the mouse
and the receiver do not affect the mouse performance.