Ergonomic Design The mouse features an ergonomic design that should be extremely comfortable for right-handed users. Design and form factor. While optical mice typically feature a sensitivity between dpi and dpi, one of the benefits of laser mice is rapid, precision movement thanks to a sensitivity somewhere between dpi and dpi. Don’t show this again. Press the middle scroll botton once and you switch between modes.

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Logitech VX Nano Cordless Laser Mouse Review

Should your start-up host a launch party? I use it on a daily basis and love it. The Bad Somewhat expensive; may be too small for people with large hands. Don’t show this again. However, it’s the tiny RF receiver that really makes the grade – no tangled wires in the luggage, and a simple way to store the receiver in the cx when you’re not using it. Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read.

As pictured below, the receiver just looks like a USB plug with a tiny piece of black plastic on the end. The mouse also uses a nm laser which is fairly accurate. Of course, the VX Nano namo comes with a black carrying case similar to the cases that logitecg now a common sight with other Logitech accessories.

Finalize your product rating and submit your review. Like the Revolution, the Nano provides comfortable contours, plenty of buttons, and a storage space for logitefh tiny wireless receiver.


Short Link Email This. If you want more controlled scrolling, just press the scroll wheel straight down to switch into a traditional click-wheel mode. With this feature, there’s no tactile feedback on the wheel: As with many cordless mice designed for notebook users, the Nano turns itself off automatically when the receiver is inserted into the storage bay. These features and more make the VX Nano the mouse that notebook computer users have been waiting for.

This easy switching between gliding and clicking is a big improvement over the VX Revolution, which requires you to flip a switch on the bottom of the mouse to change scroll modes. We recommend logging in before writing a review. While the VX Nano mouse is certainly impressive in its own right, the real story is the Nano receiver.

Logitech VX Nano

I bought this mouse mainly due to its extremely small usb receiver. See any errors on this page? Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. That’s also just about the smallest you can make a travel mouse without sacrificing user comfort; the VX Nano felt comfortable for our medium-size hands, though large-handed users might prefer the slighter bigger VX Revolution.

To that the VX Nano adds a gliding scroll wheel that’s even easier to use, as well as a more compact shape that’s accessible to both left- and right-handed mousers.


It is plentiful for performing most tasks, however if you plan on editing tiny details in Photoshop or playing hardcore video games, you probably should get a different mouse. The hyperscroll wheel is awesome for quickly navigating through multiple page documents and lengthy websites. The Nano’s USB receiver is the tiniest we’ve seen. According to Logitech it should last for about six months of use.

How we score The Engadget Score is a unique ranking of products based on extensive independent research and analysis by our expert editorial and research teams. Beneath the scroll wheel is a one-touch search button for rapid Google searches.

Laser tracking delivers higher DPI resolution than optical mice and can also be used on more surfaces, including smooth glass, without the need for bx mouse pad. The Logitech VX Nano is a tiny portable wireless mouse which features many of the controls a standard desktop mice usually have. The mobile world might finally get exciting again in When you first remove the Nano receiver from the packaging it hardly looks like a USB receiver at all.

I cannot overstate how impressive the receiver is.