Logitech Ultrathin Touch Mouse T631 for Mac (910-003856)
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- An ultra-portable pair
- One mouse, multiple Macs
- Perfectly sized for a fingertip grip
- Just one minute of charge time gives you enough power to keep working for another hour
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T631 Ultrathin Touch Mouse
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To address my biggest pet peeves with mice, first, the tracking on the Logitech is superb. Its directed cursor glides across my screen just as smoothly as if I were using my machine's already excellent trackpad. Also, the base of the mouse, three smooth plastic pads, works just as well on wood as on a faux-leather desktop pad as on, and I'm using it here now, my flannel bed-clothes. I've never before been able to use a mouse on my bed-sheets. What's more, the mouse appears not to go to sleep. I'll happily sacrifice battery longevity to keep the mouse active. As soon as I touch the mouse the cursor springs to life. I loathed having to wait for the Bluetooth signal to reconnect to my machines in the past. This functionality alone would make this one of my favorite mice. I should add, though, that there's an on/off button under the mouse. I just turned it off at the end of the previous sentence, waited a while, turned it back on, and IMMEDIATELY the BT connected and the mouse works as flawlessly as initially.
I agree with others that the mouse is too small for extended use (8+ hours), but I'll be using it in my classes and in the field, as well as intermittently at home. I wanted a mouse that was so slight I didn't have to think about space in transporting it. This mouse fits the bill perfectly. That it works seamlessly with my laptop is an unexpected boon. Just a terrific mouse--I may even buy several for holiday presents this year.
Before requesting for returning, I decided to downgrade the mouse driver Logitech Options to 5.30.150 and see what would happen. To my surprise, the mouse behaved much better and everything worked great. Gestures and scrolling worked just like the Apple Magic Mouse. I dug around web and found many people had similar issues with the latest driver, but previous version worked fine.
I'm a happy camper after all. This mouse works just like the Magic Mouse. In fact, I haven't experienced any disconnections like what I had with the Magic Mouse.
Here is a link to download the driver from Logitech website. If you're running El Capitan, don't use 5.40.22. Instead, use 5.30.150.
Update 12/9/15: version 5.40.23 rolled out. I just updated mine and Logitech seemed to solve the problem in ver .22.
The Ergonomy is not pefect and after 2 or 3 hours of usage you will feel some minor pain on your wrist, Some reviewer said that the design is wrong and if you turn the mouse 180 degrees is much comfortable..., I totally agree with that.
Regarding the touch gesture, works perfect!!, no issues at all.
Battery life: I dont know yet, logitech claims 10 days, I have been used my mouse for 2 days (16 hours) and the battery indicator shows that my battery is Good.
At the very begining I had some issues losing the BT connectivity, after some reseacrh I found that you should unmark the power saving from your BT controller (Go to Device Manager, search BT and then Right Click on your controller, in my case is Intel Wireless BT).
The click sound is very annoying, belive me, you will hate that.
Finally since the click is hard and if you need some precession this mouse is not for you since when you click on an smooth surface you ll move your pointer.