Logitech M510 Wireless Mouse

  • Low Price Guarantee
  • Free Super Saver Shipping
  • One-Day Shipping

Logitech M510 Wireless Mouse

Logitech M510 Wireless Mouse

  • Contoured shape with soft rubber grips provide all-day comfort
  • Back/forward buttons and side-to-side scrolling plus zoom let you do more, faster Requires Logitech SetPoint software
  • 2-year battery life practically eliminates the need to replace batteries Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions
  • Comes with a tiny Logitech Unifying receiver that stays in your computer – plug it in, forget it
  • Works with Windows and Mac OS

With its contoured shape, soft rubber grips and handy controls, the Wireless M510 Laser Mouse delivers the comfort and control you need to do more, more easily.

List Price: $ 39.99

Price: $ 14.99

Apple MacBook Pro MD212LL/A 13-Inch Laptop with Retina Display

Apple MacBook Pro MD212LL/A 13-Inch Laptop with Retina Display

  • 2.5 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.1GHz) with 3MB shared L3 cache
  • 8 GB of 1600MHz DDR3L onboard memory
  • 128 GB Flash Storage
  • 13.3 inch LED-backlit Retina display, 2560-by-1600 native resolution, Intel HD Graphics 4000
  • Mac OS X Mountain Lion, 7 Hour Battery Life. Item comes with 10.8 version of the OS

One look and it’s clear: With over 4 million pixels on the 13″ model, the Retina display on MacBook Pro is an incredible engineering feat. Whether you’re retouching professional photography or editing a home movie in HD, all those pixels give your images a level of clarity you’ve never seen on any notebook – or any computer, for that matter. With colors so rich, vibrant and details so sharp, it’s a display worthy of the world’s most advanced notebook. Two Thunderbolt ports for connecting high-performance devices and transferring data at lightning speed Two USB 3.0 ports (compatible with USB 2.0 devices) and HDMI FaceTime HD camera Multi-Touch trackpad Up to 7 hours of battery life OS X Mountain LionSpecifications Intel Core i5 2.5GHz Dual-Core Processor with Turbo Boost up to 3.1GHz 3MB Shared L3 Cache 8GB of 1600MHz DDR3L onboard memory 128GB Flash Storage 13.3-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit Retina display with IPS technology, 2560 by 1600 resolution Intel HD Graphics 4000 802.11n Wi-Fi

List Price: $ 1,699.00

Price: $ 1,449.98

Find More Mac Products

Originally posted 2015-05-30 16:46:19. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

  • Other Recommendations
  • Best Selling Products
  • Product Reviews

Bestsellers Products

6 thoughts on “Logitech M510 Wireless Mouse

  1. 342 of 354 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Solid Performing Full-Size Wireless Mouse, July 9, 2010
    By 
    J. Melvin (Benicia, CA United States) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Logitech M510 Wireless Mouse (Personal Computers)

    I have been seeking a fully-featured wireless mouse for the past two weeks and have finally found my optimum choice in the Logitech Wireless Mouse M510. The attributes I sought out included the following:

    1) Full-size and ergonomic shape. I have fairly large hands, so most notebook mice cannot provide a sufficiently comfortable experience for long periods of usage time.

    2) High battery endurance. I prefer a wireless mouse that minimizes battery replacement to improve overall convenience and reduce my dead battery collection.

    3) Laser technology. A setting of at least 1200 dpi is necessary to track subtle movements, which are particularly important for graphical applications (i.e. solid modeling and photo editing software). Laser technology also allows for usage on most surfaces.

    4) Inconspicuous wireless transmitter. I find great appeal in a low profile wireless transmitter, as it saves the user from having to remove the device from a notebook during travel.

    While many other competing products from Logitech offer appealing features such as “hyper scrolling” and any-surface tracking a la “Darkfield”, they each carry their own weaknesses as well. For example, I considered various notebook-class mice, including the Anywhere MX and the Marathon M705, yet as a person with fairly large hands, I determined that they were simply not large enough to use comfortably.

    Notebook Mice:

    With respect to the Anywhere MX, while its touted “Darkfield” technology and “hyper scrolling” are admittedly persuasive, does not appear to yield the battery endurance that I desire. The form factor is certainly far too small to permit the ergonomics my hands require.

    In consideration of the Marathon M705, while it certainly has the battery endurance I desire, as well as “hyper scrolling”, it still remains too small, and the price tag currently does not justify its purchase. The Anywhere MX (at the time of research) could be had for nearly the same price after rebate, and if I were to choose a less-than-comfortable mouse, I would be more inclined to compromise some battery life for features.

    Full-Sized Mice:

    Moving on to full-sized mice, I spent some time researching the Performance MX. The Performance MX touts a host of features, including a low-profile wireless transmitter, but I am not fully convinced that they justify the price. Furthermore, this device utilizes a cradle for charging, and I would prefer high endurance, which typically entails the exclusive use of AA or AAA batteries.

    While researching this category, I came across the M510, which although it carries less features than the aforementioned products, represents the best compromise to the attributes I desire in a mouse. Notably, this mouse has a great form factor, and while not as large as the Performance MX, fits comfortably and ergonomically even for my larger hands. Admittedly, I would prefer that the mouse were a bit longer to fill out my palm, but in the manner I handle the mouse, comes very close to an ideal fit. Logitech claims battery endurance up to 2 years, which far exceeds my expectations, and reduces my reliance on spare batteries. The device uses laser technology, which actually does not perform optimally on my aluminum desk, but tracks perfectly on my microfiber mouse pad with high accuracy. I honestly did not expect the mouse to function well on my desk, so this is more of an observation than a concern. The device also includes the low-profile wireless transmitter, which overall adds to the convenience of the product, and lends itself to a more travel-worthy full-sized mouse. As an additional note, the forward and back buttons work perfectly, and are quite easy to access. Extra buttons that are actually usable certainly add greater value to this product.

    Conclusion:

    While this mouse certainly has less features than some of the competition, it can be had for a reasonable price, which from Amazon lies in the range of $30 to $40. The form factor is excellent, the battery life is sufficient, the accuracy is great, and the wireless transmitter is convenient. For those seeking a full-sized and ergonomic mouse that still affords some portability, the Logitech M510 is a great option, and should represent a serious candidate for any mouse-purchasing decisions.

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

  2. 71 of 78 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great cordless mouse, July 4, 2010
    By 

    This review is from: Logitech M510 Wireless Mouse (Personal Computers)

    I bought this mouse at bestbuy as it was not available on amazon yet. My previous experience with a wireless mouse was not good. I bought it from HP and it came with a charger cradle to recharge the batteries and a disk to download the software. It started to freeze up often, so I replaced it with the original corded mouse.

    While researching current wireless mice, i was confused as to why none came with a charger cradle. Apparently, the new technology allows a wireless mouse to use a standard set of batteries that last up to two years! This is great. I was looking for a full size mouse as I use this on my desktop and don’t need it to be portable for a laptop. The feel is perfect. Contoured sides with rubber grips, the wheel is smooth and the buttons on the side are high enough not to get in the way when you are holding the mouse. These buttons can be programmed to do custom functions. I don’t have volume controls on my new keyboard, so I programmed them to control volume up/down. I set maximize screen by pushing the scroll wheel. The USB receiver is small (I guess they call it nano receiver) so if you want to use it with a laptop and leave it plugged in all the time it is very inconspicuous.

    There is an on/off switch, but it also goes into sleep mode to conserve the batteries. It works right out of the box, but there is software you can download off the Logitech website if you want to customize the button functions, etc.

    The mouse has worked great and I couldn’t be happier with it!

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

  3. 87 of 104 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good mouse, but not for use on light color surfaces, July 30, 2010
    By 
    pbarb

    This review is from: Logitech M510 Wireless Mouse (Personal Computers)

    I must say that I’m really disapointed in the M510 mouse. I purchased it for use on a light (or blonde) colored tabletop but unfortunately, the mouse does not track very well on light colors. It works great on dark surfaces, or with a newspaper or magazine under it. It is otherwise a very good mouse; the buttons are very responsive.

    My only other comment is that in spite of what other reviews say, the mouse does run a little small for someone with large hands. My other Logitech mice are larger & more comfortable for my large hands.

    I contacted Logitech support who said that it should track well on light surfaces, that mine mouse may be defective, so I exchanged it but the second one also does not work well on light surfaces.

    So if you will use it on dark surfaces, I rate it five stars. For use on light surfaces, it only gets 2 stars.

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

  4. 190 of 201 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Choosing between the Macbook Air and Macbook Pro Retina, December 26, 2012
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Apple MacBook Pro MD212LL/A 13-Inch Laptop with Retina Display (Personal Computers)

    First, some context. I’m 64, with a 64-year-old man’s eyesight. I live on my computer — Internet and word processing. I am a retired professor (Rutgers). I’m a born again blogger, I write books, and I run a minuscule publishing house.

    I like writing in all rooms of my home. My study, at the kitchen table, sitting up in bed, on a counter in the basement. I prefer a laptop to a desktop. In my study, I have two computers going at once. One is a Windows (XP) desktop with an excellent 21″ screen. The other is an Apple laptop. (Yes, I use both Windows & Apple simultaneously, on two separate computers. Both have virtues.)

    For the past year, my laptop has been a Macbook Air (MBA) 13.3″, bought new, here at Amazon. I have loved it. Those of you who own an MBA know what I’m talking about — and this review is aimed chiefly at MBA users. Last spring, I tried the Macbook Pro 15″ Retina, and returned it. Too large, too heavy, too expensive, and not enough programs and sites were Retina-ready. I never regretted returning it. My MBA was the ideal laptop for me. I had found the “perfect” laptop.

    Till a month ago, when I began reading reviews of the Macbook Pro 13.3″ Retina (rMBP 13.3). “Hmm,” I thought, “this baby might be worth trying. It’s smaller than the 15″, lighter, and I’m getting hints from reviewers that the display is perhaps better than the 15″.” I ordered it, got it set up, and was soon in love — except it had a (slight) flaw. (Trackpad was janky; it rattled when tapped.) I sent it back.

    No, I did not immediately order a replacement. I wanted to ponder whether the rMBP 13.3 was truly a significant improvement — for me — over the MBA. Days went by. I read articles online about the narcotic effect of owning Apple computers. (“Yes, Virginia, there is something called Apple Syndrome. Apples are just so darn good, in every respect, that Homo sapiens is neuro-physiologically incapable of resisting them. Like the fabled apple in the Adam & Eve story. You bite into the Apple “apple” and you experience, in person, in the flesh, the Fall of Mankind into an unimagined world of computer perfection. Yes, it is a full-blown seduction, and, yes, it’s worth it.”) “Have I become an Apple addict,” I asked myself? (It didn’t make things easier when my wife, a psychiatrist, assured me I was indeed an Apple addict.)

    By the end of the week, I knew the answer. No, I was not an Apple addict; I have demonstrated the strength of character to resist Apple’s “apple” in the past, and, by golly, I could do it again. Furthermore, upon considerable reflection (I’m a PhD; we reflect a lot) I concluded that the rMBP 13.3 was worth the money. I knocked on my wife’s study door, sat down, and made my case. Brilliantly, I add. She came around.

    The rMBP 13.3 arrived the next day. I made the right choice. This is a vast improvement over the MBA — and that’s the real purpose of this review. Retina is fabulous. Retina is a quantum leap over everything else. Now, lots of programs and sites are Retina-configured. All my voluminous research notes have been converted to PDF’s, and I spend hours reading them. Now, reading PDF’s using the onboard Preview utility is a dream. Even scanned PDF’s read extremely well. I can read for hours & hours and my eyes don’t get tired. It’s like reading a book.

    There’s more. The text is larger on the screen in the rMBP than the MBA. This had become a major drawback, for me, with my MBA: screen text (that is, non-adjustable text) was just too small. This is not the case with the rMBP; it is a delight to read with my aging eyes.

    I said, above, that I have two computers going at the same time — a big desktop PC and my Apple laptop. The screen on the rMBP seems as large as my 21″ monitor, for some reason. I’ll leave it to others to explain why this is so — but it is.

    The weight of the rMBP is comparable to the MBA. Only slightly heavier. The size is nearly the same. (I believe the rMBP is slightly smaller in footprint than the MBA.) The battery-charge lasts longer on the rMBP than the MBP — easily over 7 hours, for me. Like the MBA, the rMBP recharges rapidly, and it turns on and off rapidly. Speakers are excellent (remember, it’s a laptop). Trackpad, fabulous. (Nobody makes a trackpad like Apple.) Keyboard touch, excellent. The rMBP has a dictation utility which is really cool. Yes, it works well. You don’t have to train it to your voice. I have used Dragon Naturally Speaking for years. Dragon is the “gold standard” for voice recognition and dictation. Apple’s dictation utility is about as accurate as Dragon, in my experience. It’s not as stable as Dragon (meaning, it loses its connection rather easily), but that’s not a big deal; you simply tap the “fn”…

    Read more

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

  5. 39 of 43 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Phenomenal portability and resolution, 4.5 stars, December 4, 2012
    By 
    FreeSpirit
    (TOP 100 REVIEWER)
      

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Apple MacBook Pro MD212LL/A 13-Inch Laptop with Retina Display (Personal Computers)

    The new Retina MacBook Pro is outright gorgeous in terms of its form factor and screen resolution. There are several improvements in this version compared to the 2011 MBPRO 13″ that I owned previously:

    SIZE – Feels significantly lighter and thinner. Somewhere between the MBAir and old MBPRO. It’s almost a full pound lighter than the 4.5lb older MBP. A much more portable feel to it compared to the old MBP.

    RESOLUTION – No question, the resolution is what this device is all about. Refreshing new look as the screen is incredibly crisp (and that’s an understatement) with it ridiculously high pixels and also more on-screen real estate to work with. The screen is less reflective compared to its predecessor, making it easier to work in bright conditions.

    PORTS – Great improvements in my opinion – addition of an HDMI port and moving the second USB port to the other side, giving a USB port on both sides. Makes using them slightly easier. Firewire port replaced with an extra Thunderbolt port. Ethernet port and optical drive eliminated.

    MAGSAFE 2 – Original MagSafe connector replaced with MagSafe 2 connector. I personally am not aware of any advantages of the new connector in terms of charging/data transfer speed, but this was annoying because I had to buy another $80 MagSafe 2 charging cable for my office – I leave one at home and one at work.

    SPEED – Flash storage makes using this device significantly faster. Boot up time and loading time for apps is super fast. Opening up the screen from standby takes less than a second.

    BATTERY – not sure of the battery specs but I get about the same use on this as I did with my older MBP. If I am away from a wall outlet, a full charge is god enough to get me by the day with 20-30% battery remaining. This could of course vary depending on personal usage.

    STORAGE and RAM – The rMBP comes with 128GB of flash storage and is also available with a 256GB configuration at an additional $200 or so. A device with higher capacity storage can be configured but that pushes up the price pretty quick and pretty steep. The processor is a 2.5GHz dual-core i5, the Apple rep told me there was no option to get a quadcore processor for this device. Only upgrade possible was I think a i7. If the storage or processor is a deal breaker for you, consider getting the 15″ rMBP which comes with a i7 quadcore processor and 256GB flash storage. Performance wise or based on configuration options available, the 15″ fares significantly better than the 13″ but it is quite a bit more expensive.

    Bottomline – the 13″ rMBP in my opinion offers a good balance across all MBP and MBA devices – it offers fantastic portability (only slightly thicker than MBA) and great performance (falls short of rMBP 15 but better than other models).

    At the end of the day, whether or not to buy this device is entirely a personal decision based on several factors. IMHO, if portability is a major factor for you, the MBA might be better suited though I think if you try both devices side by side, the difference is insignificant. If performance is a must-have in terms of computing power and storage, the 15″ is definitely the better option with the additional $500 price tag . If you don’t care about either and just need a good functioning Mac, the older version MBP would be perfect and it’s much cheaper at $1199. That being said, once you see the resolution and form factor of this rMBP, it would be difficult to go back to the old MBP!

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

  6. 38 of 44 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Close to perfect, November 22, 2012
    By 
    Tariq Gibran Hamid (Florida) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Apple MacBook Pro MD212LL/A 13-Inch Laptop with Retina Display (Personal Computers)

    I agonized over this purchase, and even considered a few ultrabook options, but in the end, there just is no substitute. As a photographer, my primary consideration was screen quality. On the Mac side, that pretty much ruled out everything but the 15″ rMBP. On the PC side, there are a rapidly growing number of relatively inexpensive Ultrabooks with really nice displays. The Asus Zenbook Prime in fact has a really nice IPS matte screen and was the main PC option I considered. The biggest issue there though (setting aside OS preference) is the 4GB of ram and the fact that it uses the slightly lower performance, low voltage intel processors (just as the Macbook Airs do). The screen also has light bleed issues around the bezel, something which I know would eventually drive me nuts. In contrast, the screen on the rMBP’s are about as uniform and perfect for still images as it gets (beyond a wider gamut desktop display).

    So, in comparison to the 15″ rMBP, the 13″ rMBP would seem to not provide quite the value proposition as it’s bigger brother as mentioned in other reviews (lack of discrete graphics, dual core vs quad core processor, base configuration with 128GB SSD vs the 256 SSD of the 15″ rMBP AND the seemingly dramatic price premium to the 13″ MBA with similar performance). Most, if not all of these negatives really boils down to price/ value with where the 13″ rMBP sits in the line. At retail, Apple really sticks it to the person wanting the better display on a smaller, lighter Macbook…but knock say ten percent or so off of that price (which is what I paid and seems to be where the price is headed here and few other places) and magically, the 13″ rMBP all of a sudden starts making a lot of sense. At that price, the terrific display and better keyboard can be seen as a very reasonable premium over the 8GB ram MBA and significantly cheaper than the base 15″ rMBP. Advantages of the 13″ rMBP over it’s bigger brother? Well, weight and size of course (the 15″ rMBP is about a pound heavier with larger dimensions making it not so portable). In fact, the 13″ rMBP weighs only about half a pound more than the Air and actually has a smaller footprint. For me, it’s really about the perfect size. Performance wise, it’s not a desktop replacement for heavy duty use imo (which a high end configured 15″ rMBP could be) but for portable use and light editing, it’s perfect. Like most heavy user/ professionals, I’m not going to be doing major editing on a laptop anyway as I have a main workstation for that. Also, keep in mind that the 15″ rMBP does not even use the discreet graphics unless a program specifically calls for it (that is, without the use of a separate utility) and, when that chip is used, forget about decent battery life (maybe 2 hours?) So, for most tasks, it’s not used at all! Another possible future advantage of the 13″ over the 15″ is the huge space where the existing SSD is located below the trackpad (a different location to that of the 15″ rMBP, which can be seen at iFixit). This likely means it’s going to be very easy at some point to replace the smallish SSD with a larger capacity, off the shelf SSD with a proper connection adapter (the space below the trackpad allows for a commonly available, 7mm height SSD with regard to fit, though the connection is different). With the 13″ rMBP, there is also something about it that goes beyond specs and the sum of it’s parts. This laptop just feels right! It feels speedy and responsive in use, the build quality is impeccable, the screen is amazing and the keyboard is about the best typing experience one will have on a laptop. Sure, in a year or so when intels next gen, low power Haswell processors are used, the performance of the 13″ rMBP will be at the level of it’s bigger brother but even now, this is very close to perfect.

    Update…This is probably minor for most folks but after using my shiny new Macbook Pro Retina for a week or so, I noticed that the screen bezel, when closed, did not perfectly match up with the bottom on one side. This creates a slight overhang on one side, the left side in my case. I thought this was really odd given the typical Apple build quality I have come to expect over the past decade or so. After all, the design and build quality represents a LOT of the premium one pays for an Apple product and Apple even advertise – and pride themselves- on how every single millimeter is perfect in their promotional videos and such. Anyway, just out of curiosity, I looked at the same Macbook Pro 13″ Retina display model at various Best Buys and, of course, every single one was PERFECT! No overhang anywhere and perfectly smooth mating all around when the laptop is closed. I guess I somehow got the one unit with such a manufacturing defect.

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

Share your experience about this product