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Tiny size, Full featured, Good battery life, Dirt cheap
Compact size, but still fits an average sized adult hand, On-the-fly DPI adjustment, Uses a tiny "nano" USB receiver, For $15.50 you get a well constructed mouse with some nice features
May be too small for extended use by those with larger hands, Scroll wheel is free spinning - ratcheting would be preferred for more controlled motion
By Monster-Hardware on April 07, 2011
No matter how you use your laptop, as a desktop replacement or kept by the door for your next trip there is no reason to be stuck using a touchpad as I was doing with my laptop until recently. While the Logisys MS6801 is IMO too small for prolonged...
By Bigbruin on March 15, 2011
With the mouse out of the package I was immediately prepared to dislike it. Of all the compact notebook mice I have used, this one appeared to be the smallest, and I expected it to be uncomfortable. What I found is that while from front to back it...
By MobileWhack on March 08, 2011
The folks out at geeks.com sent over the Logisys MS6801 three button wireless notebook optical scroll mouse, part of their fairly extensive lineup of wireless mice, and it offers some pretty nice features for a simple wireless mouse.The Logisys...
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