|対応OS||Mac os x|
|製品サイズ||11.5 x 4.5 x 7.4 cm; 135 g|
Logitech Pro Mouse ロジテックトライアスロン M720
|ハードウェアプラットフォーム||PC, Linux, Mac|
|対応OS||Mac os x|
- モデル番号を入力してください これが適合するか確認：
- Logitech M720は最大3台のコンピューターに接続が可能。Easy-Switchテクノロジーのおかげでボタンを押すだけでシームレスに切り替えられます。 Windows, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Androidの他、USB(Unifying)接続も可能です。
- Logitechオプションソフトウェア（無料）をダウンロードすれば、Mac OS XやWindowsのニーズに合わせて、自分好みのカスタマイズができるようになります。
耐久性、汎用性、および快適な環境で構築され、デバイスの世界では、Logitech m720トライアスロンマウスの間でシームレスに移動画面およびストレートに役立ちto doリストで使用できるようになりました。Easy - Switch 3台のコンピューターテクノロジーによってファイルをシームレスに切り替えるとその耐久性に優れた設計でできていて、長いlifeを使用することができます。
So far I'm loving this mouse! It has a very comfortable feel for my hand and a multitude of buttons and features to dive into. Here are the details of what I have found after using this mouse for a week:
This is the most important feature to me as I work on different tables and surfaces and I don't want to have to use a mouse pad. The laser tracker here is excellent and I have had no issues on wooden tables or white desktops. I haven't tried glass yet, but I don't generally work on glass surfaces so that is not such a big deal to me.
This thing has a bunch of buttons, and they are almost all programmable if you install the logitech software for this device.
1. Left mouse button
2. Right mouse button
3. Scroll wheel
4. Scroll wheel click (middle button)
5. Scroll wheel lean left
6. Scroll wheel lean right
7. Scroll wheel toggle (clicky or free-spin mode)
8. Forward button
9. Back button
10. Device toggle
11. Gesture button (thumb button)
The buttons all function very well and I have only one small complaint which is that the left and right mouse buttons are easy to accidentally click, at least for my big clumsy fingers. This is likely due to the way I hold and move the mouse and I'm sure I'll get better at it over time. I haven't explored the gesture button that much yet, but if you are into using gestures for shortcut actions then this might be right up your alley. The scroll wheel toggle and the device toggle are the only buttons that are not programmable. The scroll wheel toggle switches between a "clicky" scroll style and a smooth "free-spin" style of scrolling. I personally don't care for the free-spin mode as it is too sensitive and hard to control. That said, there might be certain applications where it would be useful. The device toggle button is used to switch between connected devices, which brings me to the next topic.
This is one of the best features of this mouse! I typically work on two different computers, and I have always kept two different wireless mice on my desk. With this mouse I can connect to both via Bluetooth and just switch between each device. A 2.4Ghz dongle is also included in case you can't use Bluetooth which brings the total possible connected devices up to three.
I got this mouse for $24.99 and I think that's a steal. There are other listings by logitech for the M720 and it generally runs about $34 so you should definitely purchase from this listing instead.
The mouse worked fine with the unified receiver out of the box. I was wanting to use it Bluetooth however so I ordered an inexpensive Bluetooth receiver for my older desktop from Amazon and it was delivered the next day. It was the ZEXMTE Bluetooth USB Adapter CSR 4.0 USB Dongle Bluetooth Receiver Transfer Wireless Adapter for Laptop PC Support Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP,Mouse and Keyboard,Headset. (It worked great out of the box as well.
I as then able to get the Logitech mouse (M720) and keyboard (K380) hooked up and working. I've not experimented with the Unified Features yet, but have attached the devices to my iPhone and a laptop system.
Cons: I'm left handed and it can be difficult at times to manage the M720 mouse. I do have a Logitech M510 that is more ambidextrous in shape and handling I keep with my laptop. I wish that there was an M720 in a shell similar to that of the M510. Perhaps there is a DIY project in the future.
Trivia: Although only about 10% of the population is left handed, in the top 5% of those that are considered to be experts in their field 50% are left handed.
Thanks to COVID-19 lockdowns, I started working from home and needed a mouse for my makeshift basement office. I bought this mouse based on reviews, reasonable price, ability to connect via either the bundled USB receiver or Bluetooth, and my overall positive impression with Logitech products.
I had some concerned that the lack of adjustable DPI would be a problem, but it's not. It's sturdy and has a nice weight to it. Tracking is flawless and the scroll wheel is appropriately sensitive. The scroll lock/unlock feature is great. When it's locked, the scroll wheel clicks like most scroll wheels do, advancing the page up/down at reading speed. When it's unlocked, you can flick the scroll wheel and it spins like a top, fast-scrolling through long pages. I'm using it with the bundled Unifying receiver, although I also paired it via Bluetooth on the second channel (the three-channel setup is a nice touch). I found the Unifying receiver to result in slightly smoother tracking performance than Bluetooth, but both worked fine.
I liked this mouse so much that I bought a second one within a week for my home computer. Just unboxed it tonight and it's every bit as perfect as the first one. Rarely have I been so impressed with the design, build quality, and performance of a mouse. For the price, it's a steal. Hope it holds up!