The best Chromebook Overall though if you aren’t looking to spend more, this will do you nicely. It’s a touch on the large side for a truly portable offering an advantage in some people’s minds and we would have liked more programmable buttons if we were being picky. You want something small and easy to carry however one that isn’t going to require you to contort your hands too much. If you’re looking to buy a mouse for your laptop the choices are limited.
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Logitech V Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks – Pocket-lint
An understated laptop with plenty of gaming grit. Overall though if you aren’t looking to spend more, this will do you nicely.
The best Chromebook The best monitor Apple Mac Mini review: That battery compartment, which houses two AA batteries, promises 12 months of battery life and while we weren’t able to test it, based on previous battery claims from Logitech, we would presume this to be correct. The move means that it’s comfortable in the hand, with the additional contours of the sculptured design, helping to improve rather than annoy in the usability stakes.
Ligitech you’re looking to buy a mouse for your laptop the choices are limited. It’s a touch on the large side for a truly portable offering an advantage in some people’s minds and we would have liked more programmable buttons if we were being picky.
Logitech V450 Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks
Our pick of the top Chrome OS laptops. Logitech thinks it has the answer with the V Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks, a small ambidextrous mouse for working on the go, but does it work?
We get pointing and clicking to find out. Intel’s all-new next-gen processors will be ready this time next year.
The small dongle means the mouse is always ready for use as long as you’ve got the dongle plugged in. How to upgrade your gaming area with lighting, speakers and more. If you really must put it away every time, the USB dongle can be plugged into the back of the mouse in the battery compartment out of sight.
The mouse is comfortable to use, worked on most surfaces we tried it on from combat trousers to the carpet to a plate full of cake crumbs and does the job properly. The V Nano mouse features Logitech’s “Plug-and-Forget” Nano-receiver so called because of its small size, meaning you can plug the USB receiver once into the side of your laptop and then forget about it.
Available in three colours, black, silver, or red, the V Nano is larger than your average laptop mouse and sits in the middle between the ultra small models you’ve no doubt seen around the office and the big mammoth desktop variants. You want something small and easy to carry however one that isn’t going to require you to contort your hands too much. Button wise the V is a bit thin on the ground.
You get the regular left and right click options plus a scroll wheel with both a clickable button and vertical and horizontal scrolling.
Design wise the sides are rubberised giving better grip while the top is more glossy meaning it won’t be abrasive on your palm.