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Logitech MX-1000 Cordless Laser Mouse

Wireless Mouse
2nd November 2004
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In todayís computer industry a mouse is an irreplaceable tool. Itís very hard to get around in Windows or any other GUI based operating system without a mouse.

The basic design hasnít much over the years, after all why change a working design? What has changed for the better though is the connection of the mouse.

Mice have gone from serial ports to USB port and right now even wireless. The two biggest players in the mouse market are Logitech and Microsoft.

Many mice have similar looks and designs which has taken away some of their uniqueness. I remember Microsoft being one of the first to market an optical mouse, which was a big improvement over the mouse ball. Optical mice revolutionized the way people used mice with their computers.

Now Logitech have stepped up to the plate and tried to revolutionize the market again with the first ever laser mouse.


Logitech was founded in Apples, Switzerland in 1981. It has many products such as webcams, mice and trackballs, keyboards, speakers, headsets and interactive gaming controllers.

Their designs enable people to work, play and communicate efficiently with computers and they are continually innovating products to fit the needs of the people and to stay ahead of the game.

I was pleased to receive the MX-1000 Cordless Laser Mouse and I would like to thank Serge van Rooij for making that possible.

Here is a list of its features:

  • Rechargeable
  • FastRF cordless connection
  • Universal Forward and Back/Application switch
  • 4-level Battery indicator
  • Tilt Wheel plus zoom
  • Resolution of 800 DPI
  • Images resolution of 5.8 Mega pixels per second


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