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Great to use, easy to connect, reliable
The mouse was easy to connect initially. Has not had any issues reconnecting daily. I have used it on a second device without any issues. Form factor works well for me. I liked it so much I purchased a second one for use at home.
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Great little mouse and very quiet!
Bought this mouse as was looking for an affordable one to replace a Microsoft mouse I had that broke (faulty scroller).
As I now run a new Macbook pro I needed something that could connect via bluetooth as available USB ports are becoming a rarity - Plus I didn't want to fork out $100+ for an apple mouse!
This little mouse was a pleasant surprise! Not only does it have the option to connect via Bluetooth but it also comes with a USB dongle for alternative connectivity if needed.
I didn't realise how loud my previous mice were until I started u...
Excellent mouse, a perfect balance of portability connectivity and comfort.
This mouse has been fantastic. I'll be purchasing another.
Tracking accuracy and movement is excellent, the latency is also great for a cordless, actually it's better than the WIRED mice we have at work.
me: male with big hands - (See the picture of my normal mouse & my previous "road warrior" mouse) Using it initially felt odd as it's so flat, but I got quickly used to it. Compared to the tiny little bluetooth mice you typically see, I got used to this one quickly. It's a mid-sized mouse, comfortable to hold, lightweight, has a"shelf" to all...ow easy picking it up and putting it down (a massive plus) and It's also QUIET to use. The buttons are a soft-touch but still with a definite click. The scroll wheel is grippy and has nice tactile clicks. Logitech have thought this unit out and it's a great middle ground between "too small" and "too bulky". Due to the flat design, it's stows well in my bag while traveling. It's very well designed and built, nothing feels cheap, install/removing battery is easy, the magnetically attached lid come off to access the dongle and battery (and clean the top!) Connectivity is offered in TWO flavours: (1) An included USB dongle for plug-in-and-use. (2) Bluetooth which worked with Android tablet, Windows tablet & also my Macbook. The best thing is you can switch modes from Bluetooth to the wireless. The wireless seemed to offer lower lag. The battery life is unknown but the use of a single AA battery is great, they are a much better choice for longevity than 2xAAA. Use case: you have a laptop & a smart TV, plug the dongle into the smart TV and use it BT with your laptop "on the road" Logitech also offer this mouse with various keyboards, but check the mouse is this dual-mode K350 unit as they may be wireless by way of dongle.
Great simple inexpensive wireless mouse
I am a long-time fan of Logitech mice, and would need more than one hand to count the number of Logitech mice I currently own and use. Some of those have been committed to me long-term (I still carry my Anywhere MX Darkfield around from circa 2012), and others have been relegated to a drawer (I could never really use the Ultrathin Touch Mouse T630).
Like you I was certainly intrigued by the idea of a "silent" mouse, with "about 90% less noise" but with the same click feel as my M720 Trio ... how could this be?
So I was given a Pebble to te...st out for a few weeks, and can confirm that while it's not truly silent, and is certainly louder than the trackpad and touchpoint buttons on my Dell laptop, it is significantly quieter than those on my regular mice. Logitech suggest that the silence allows you to work in a "cafe, library or even a crowded train without disturbing anyone around you", and really, of all these probably only the library is going to be quiet enough for me to worry about the sound of my mouse clicks. The situation that Logitech did miss in their description is "while you're on a conference call or trying to focus on productive tasks during a boring meeting" ... seriously, who in business these days hasn't been on a conference call where somebody is sitting off mute click-click-clicking through the whole meeting? Promotional material aside, I really liked this little mouse because it's inexpensive for a wireless mouse, and includes both bluetooth and Logitech USB unifying dongle compatibility - this means that I could connect it up to the kids' Raspberry Pi based Kano computers really easily. My 5-year-old daughter however LOVES this mouse - not just because it's pink, but because it's small enough for her little hands (the usable button area extends quite far down the body of the mouse, so she finds it really easy to use), and even though it's bigger than the tiny little mouse she had before, being wireless it is so much easier for her to use as she's learning how to use her computers (both the Kano on the Raspberry Pi and a hand-me-down laptop from gran). It's not going to replace any of my daily mice for the simple reason that it doesn't include the "forward" and "back" buttons on the side that I couldn't live without, nor does it have the hyper-scrolling wheel that adorns my $100+ mice. Then again, I'm probably not the real target market for this, with my clicky keyboards that adorn both my home and office desks, sounding out my presence to my colleagues with noisy rhythms that already drown out even normal mouse clicks. No, if you are a clicky keyboard fan then this mouse is not really for you - but I would highly recommend this as an inexpensive-but-great mouse for the kids, or as a kris kringle present for that annoying person in the office who insists on clicking on their facebook account during those conference calls and office meetings. Maybe you're that person .. in that case, your office colleagues know who you are, and who knows, one of them may draw your name from the hat next December.
Fantastic mouse! Very easy to use
I use this mouse from my office in my stay at home business and it is comfortable and functions very well. I have no problems with it at all - setup was simple and its very sleek looking and efficient.
The reviewer stated that an incentive was offered for this review
Who knew they could be so different
A mouse is something I don't tend to think about unless it gives me problems.
I have a desk job and I've been using a different Logitech mouse (M325) for several years (same type at home and work) and perhaps that's why I initially found the Logitech Pebble M350 quite uncomfortable.
I have small hands, and with this mouse about 1.5 cm longer than I'm used to, it was quite a change. Unlike other reviewers, I don't think this is suitable for small hands at all.
Having said that, this mouse is flatter in shape being 2.5cm high as opposed to ...the 4cm I am used to. I wonder if the Pebble M350 might be better for longer term use as the hand seems to be in a more relaxed position, but for me it felt strange and uncomfortable regardless. I never suffer discomfort using the M325, but felt it using the Pebble. Perhaps this only because I am so used to a different shaped mouse. The old mouse is easily able to be used on a surface without a mouse pad and seems to slide freely, so at home I generally don't bother with a pad. But I had to use a mouse pad with the Pebble M350. It felt scratchy and I was concerned it would leave marks on the table top.
Purchased at Ambassador review.
Midnight shopping just got a whole lot sneakier
I am a Logitech user from way back, and at my desk I already have a low-end cordless mouse, a compact USB portable mouse and a high-end gaming mouse, all with the Logitech name on them. So it's pretty safe to say that I KNOW Logitech mice (or is it mouses? Note to check the dictionary on that one...).
The Pebble is really quite different from all of them, and despite some early reservations, I have grown to really like it.
Unpacking this little mouse, the first thing I noticed was how very cute it is, with it's pretty, pale pink colouring an...
Purchased in September 2019.
Sleek, Stylish & Slimline Pebble Mouse M350
M350 Logitech Pebble Mouse review by Ambassador Program Member.
I am not very good with anything electronic or computer related so it was a challenge for me.
I use a desktop computer & up till now have used a touch-pad rather than a mouse.
I appreciate the opportunity to use & review this Mouse.
My off-white mouse arrived in a cute little box however there was no user manual just a small user documentation stating 1 2 3 to get the mouse up & going.
I found this rather daunting. Those who are used to this kind of product would have been ok...
Purchased in September 2019.
Quiet and Smooth. Lovely to Use
The first thing I noticed about this mouse when I unpacked it was it was very flat and did not have that normal mouse look about it - with the curve for your palm. I wasn't sure how this would go. I have to say the first couple of times I used it for about 30 minutes it felt strange to me and not comfortable - however I then took it to one of my workplaces (Use for around 8 hours on average) to really try it out and found within an hour I found my hand sat fine on it and I had no issues with it being uncomfortable.
I think it maybe a design y...ou need to stick with for a little while until you find your way to use it with comfort. I will admit one of my computers I use is a imac with a bluetooth mouse and they do not have a thumb holder or high palm area (but higher than this mouse) either so it may have been easier for me to get use to the feel of this mouse due to not really having a traditional mouse to use already. My work computer however sometimes has another lady sharing it during my lunch break and she loved the feel of it from the start and had no issues with getting use to the comfort - so I think the feeling of it can be very personal. I decided to make use of this mouse with travelling as its main purpose is portability. I used this mouse on my imac at home, my laptop while away doing volunteer work, my office job with a PC running windows 7 with no bluetooth and my main job with a windows 10 pc with bluetooth. As for travelling with this mouse I had no issue, it slipped into my bag like any other laptop sized mouse. What I did notice by the 2nd week however was I got these 2 hairline cracks on either side of the mouse at the back. First I thought maybe I did bump it in my bag while travelling but the fact they are on both sides and completely prefect opposite same spot on each side makes me think maybe this is a weak point on the mouse either while using it with your back of your palm sitting on it or if bumped in a bag. I don't remember doing anything with my bag like hitting it on something or dropping it and even my work college mentioned how careful I am with my things that it was strange that I cracked a new mouse. I already travel with another logitech laptop mouse around with me and have for over a year without any cracks or bumps. I did find this strange and a little disappointing in a mouse marketed towards being portable and even slipping it into your back pocket to take places.
Purchased in September 2019.
Compact, sensitive & quiet but not the bees knees
The logitech pebble is a compact mouse. Clicking is quiet and easy.
The Bluetooth connection is very straight forth and the connection was made within seconds after plugging in the USB wireless part and turning on the mouse.
Initially I found the Logitech M350 to be far more sensitive to use (compared to my Logitech M275). This could have been adjusted by turning the sensitivity down via the windows settings, however as I will likely go back to my old mouse I left it.
The pebble mouse is rather low profile which provides zero support to the p...alm of your hand and no groove to rest your thumb like the M275 Logitech mouse does. After several weeks of use my hand still hasn't adjusted to it. I feel as if I have an average sized hands for a woman. (small/medium gloves and long slender fingers) The pebble is about 1cm longer than my fingers (from base to tip) and rather flat so instead of resting my palm on the mouse arch and resting my fingers on the clicking parts and thumb on a groove, I found my palm needed to rest on the mouse pad and my fingers needed to be slightly raised or bent, in order to click comfortably. This means there is a space between my palm and the mouse itself thus, no support. I suffer from carpel tunnel and regular ganglions on my right hand. This mouse has had no effect with my usual symptoms, although I feel my palm and base of my fingers beginning to ache towards the end of the day.
Purchased in September 2019.
Very Smooth, Compact and unbelievably Quiet
Compact, nicely weighted, tracks beautifully and is super quiet
Just too small for my hand.
This would be a great mouse for travelling, or for someone with a smaller hands.
The mouse consists of the standard 2 buttons and the now familiar clickable wheel. It's pleasantly weighted, without being too heavy or too light, and it tracks across my desk effortlessly and almost silently.
Setting up the mouse is a breeze, and it even has a handy on/off switch on the bottom so as not to run the internal AAA battery down when not in use....I had absolutely ZERO connection issues with this mouse, no matter how many times I rebooted my machine, or turned my machine on without first turning on the mouse. You switch it on, and it just connects after a couple of seconds... every...single... time. The only negative I can pick with this mouse is the size. Its very compact - especially on the depth. I found that this put extra stress on my hand as it doesn't fill my palm.. It feels like I have to 'hold onto' it the whole time. I realise that sounds strange, but its the only way I can describe it. My normal mouse is just a Dell corded cheapie, but it fills the palm of my hand so that I can rest my wrist on the table, and my hand stays relaxed. The only way I can get the pebble to feel this way, is if I only place my 2 fingers on top of it, but this restricts my wrist movement, and really isn't that comfortable anyway. With the Pebble mouse I have to elevate the centre of my hand to use it, and I'm sorry to say that it makes my hand feel uncomfortable (and dare I say sore) after just a few minutes. I thought that this might just be a case of me 'getting used to it' and it would go away after a while, but after almost 100hrs of use - it still makes my hand ache ... and despite me wanting to love this mouse - its simply just not comfortable (for me personally) to use. It's a real shame, because I really do love the action of the mouse. it really is smooth and quiet. If they made a larger one, I would definitely buy it if it fit my hand properly. If I had smaller hands, or if I was 25 years younger - it would probably fit my hand very well.
Purchased in September 2019.
It's A keeper!! - A Significantly Better Mouse than Others I have Used
I was sent this mouse to review, initially I thought a computer mouse is just a mouse, how different can they be? After using laptops and desktops with mouses forever, the difference between a good and bad mouse to me, is having no lead makes it the better mouse, doesn't it?
After easily setting up the Logitech pebble mouse, I have used it every day bluetoothed for operation to my Windows Studio Desktop computer. My computer use is primarily emails, creating excel and PDF docs, research, online shopping, banking, browsing sites, with mu...ltiple tabs opened. I can be at the computer for and hour or more at a time, most days. The logitech Pebble mouse compared side by side to the Mircosoft Mouse that came with my Studio is much smaller in overall size, and flatter. Due to having carpal tunnel syndrome, I always use a mouse pad, with a cool raised gel pad that supports my wrist using the mouse. I aim for a neutral wrist position to drive a mouse, in avoidance of a flexed wrist position that aggravates inflammation of my carpal tunnel. I can say from my recent few weeks experience with the Logitech Mouse, that I have been able to achieve a more neutral wrist position due to the mouse being flatter than others that I have used, which have the more higher and rounded shape. To relate this Pebble use, to my hand size, I am a female size: 'large', in glove sizing. The Logitech Pebble Mouse is very comfortable to use, it fits comfortably under my palm, without spreading my fingers, which I had to with my current mouse, and others previously. The Pebble easily glides over my mouse pad. I have happily adjusted to a lighter finger pressure with the mouse clicker, I didn't realise how hard I had been pressing on other mouse devices, the change isn't huge, but enough that the mouse is easier and more pleasant to use without straining my wrist and using a heavier finger pressure. The action of the Mouse is precise, I can quickly hover and move the cursor quickly and accurately, no lagging, it lands where I want it to every click. Of note, is the fact, that there is next to no audible click sound, making this a great mouse to use with a laptop , say in a public space, cafe, where others are nearby, thus reducing that obvious sound that normally comes from a mouse with every click.
Purchased in September 2019.
After a lengthy 3 weeks of using the mouse, I will now give it a detailed review.
I received the package and noticed that the mouse packaging is quite small - not much bigger than the mouse itself. The product is very well packaged. Included inside the package is the mouse itself (I received white) which is well protected in a form fitting plastic hard-cover, a little piece of paper with instruction diagrams, and a piece of paper with safety and warranty information.
I primarily use a tablet these days with an attachable keyboard incorporating ...
For what it is, it's great!
So, first, I am going to say I was asked to review this mouse so I'm not going to comment on the colour that was sent to me. I will state that this mouse comes in 3 different colours, Pink, White (Off White) and Black (graphite). The pink is a really dusty pink and is actually not all that nice at all! The white and black are to be expected of!
The mouse is quite a small unit so is perfect as a mouse to take on the go with you as it will fit into any laptop bag or even your pockets! It's a nice sleek design, the top of the mouse comes off to ...display the battery and handy USB dongle spot so you can keep it all in one spot. It's also an extremely quiet mouse! There is a very faint click so this would be perfect to use in a library or other public place where you don't want to make a disturbance. Personally, in my home office, I like to have a clicky mouse and keyboard so for me I will revery to my other Logitech mouse. Due to the low profile of the mouse, some might find slight discomfort in using it. if you have larger hands, you might find that it will take you some time to get the feeling of the mouse as it is not a normal feeling and to be does not support the arch that you make in your hand when using a mouse. The upside is, due to the symmetrical design of the mouse, its perfect for use as either a left or right-handed device! Its also got quite a smooth mouse motion to it too. There is no gitter in the movement of the pointer or anything like that which can often happen with cheaper mouses!
Purchased in September 2019.
The Tail-less Mouse M350
I already have been using a wired logi-mouse, so it was fun to try a mouse unimpeded by wires. The Pebble M350 is smaller, lighter and flatter than the wired version. The colour is white. It looks neater on the desk. It contains a AA battery, which is easy to swap. The Pebble was very easy to set up from the picture diagram. Not even an Alan key required! The little computer attachment was conveniently slotted inside the Pebble, and the part was easy to insert in to the computer. Everything worked immediately.
The feel of the flat shape needs g...
Good for travel, but unsuitable for people with big hands
This mouse which was given to me to review, looks fancy by its minimalist and flat design, but light pink is the wrong color for me being a dude and unfortunately, it is also WAY too small for my larger hands.
I therefore got my wife to help with the review, and this is the short summary of our experience:
While I usually use a wireless mouse which is more ergonomically shaped and larger in size, my wife uses a Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball Mouse due to wrist strain she was suffering from when using a traditional computer mouse.
ADVANTAG...ES: - USB dongle is hidden in the mouse, which is very convenient for travelling or on the go, as you cannot lose it. - There is no click or scroll sound, therefore you cannot disturb anybody sitting nearby as far as using the mouse is concerned.
Purchased in September 2019.
Minimalist, quiet and nicely designed mouse
This mouse has a minimalist and slim design which I like. It has a gorgeous look and feels comfortable. It features quiet clicking and scrolling (it's not silent). It fits nicely in my palm but I have a small hand and short fingers. I believe its size should suit most persons. I like the dual connectivity: nano UBS receiver and Bluetooth. The nano usb receiver is housed inside the mouse - HOW COOL IS THAT! Less chances of the receiver going missing if not in use! The lid of the mouse comes off pretty easy too! Since my ultrabook only has two us...b ports, being able to use Bluetooth is amazing. Regarding bluetooth connectivity, I was able to pair my peeble mouse to my laptop in under 30 seconds, despite the first attempt failed. For pairing: I pressed the bluetooth button down for 2 seconds until the blue light for pairing started to blink. Then I went to bluetooth settings on my laptop, clicked on add a new device. The peeble mouse was found within a few seconds. The first attempt with pairing failed. I clicked on the: 'Try again' button and pairing was completed in 5-8 seconds, and the mouse was ready to go. I have had no issues using the bluetooth connectivity. I only use this mouse with my work laptop, so I can't comment on the practicalities of pairing it to multiple devices. The peeble mouse M350 has a standard optical sensor, no dark field sensor. So, it doesn't work on clear glass but work really well other surfaces. I have a plastic covering on my desk (to protect it from water and spills), and this mouse is the only one I have used so far that works on plastic just as well as any other surface I have tried it on. I am giving this mouse 5 stars for three reasons: it does its job well, I love being able to use bluetooth connectivity and it works well in all surfaces I have used it. This mouse works with 1 AA battery, which is supposed to last 18 months. I can't comment on battery life as I have only used it for a few weeks so far.
Pebble Wireless Mouse M350 supports usb and bluetooth connectivity but the latter is very weak
Like most, I have used many mouse over the years as well as trackball, touch pad, Wacom tablet with brush strokes and gesture control using Leap Motion. Never really gotten into gaming mouse with many and programmable buttons. Part of the reason of trying all these different devices over the years is because of wrist pain at times because I use mouse up to 16 hours a day, most days of the week. The only exception is Wacom tablet, used for photo editing. Back when I used to use Windows laptops, I still used the mouse but since moving to OSX eco...system, I almost never use a mouse but stick to the touch pad which is a joy to use, except for the newest Macbook Pro where both keyboard and touch pad are not as good as they are used to be. No testing was performed using Windows machine. Instead, the Pebble Wireless Mouse M350 was tested on three Macbook Pro laptops, older and very new models. M350 supports both Bluetooth and 2.4GHz USB connectivity. It is awesome to have both especially given many devices competes for USB ports and Macbook Pro doesn't even have a USB port anymore. However, I had significant difficulty bluetooth pairing this Pebble Wireless Mouse M350. It only worked with one of the three machines. USB connectivity otoh has no issue at all, quick and reliable. M350's buttons and LED are intuitive and based on minimalist approach. There are only 2 buttons - (1) On/Off and (2) pairing / switching between USB / Bluetooth. Manual isn't really necessary anymore. It is small, light, thin, elevated towards the back to provide ergonomic feel and palm support. It is symmetrical hence works for both left and right handers. It can easily slip into a pocket given its small size. It takes one AA battery, preinstalled and already turned on but won't use any power until the plastic slip that covers the battery connection is removed - nice touch. Unlike old mouse, battery cover is the whole of the top cover where buttons are part of it. Most modern thing about this mouse is that the cover is held to the body through 3 magnets. M350 is a standard 2 buttons mouse with rubberised scroll wheel in the middle which supports clicking. It is a step scroll wheel and unfortunately can't be changed to smooth fast scroll wheel like you could with Logitech Anywhere MX. It has a standard optical sensor, no dark field sensor. Therefore, it won't work on clear glass but would work in most other surfaces and doesn't require a mouse pad. Like most Logitech mouse, button click and scroll wheel provide good feedback and are quiet. Definitely feels like it can withstand heavy use as a workhorse. Shame that Bluetooth connectivity is poor. I would prefer the USB receiver to be an Unified receiver so it would support many devices and so re-pairing to a new receiver is possible if you happen to lose the receiver. My other Bluetooth mouse is the Apple Magic mouse which of course feels more premium with its translucent top and aluminium construction and even thinner profile (2.16cm) compared with the M350 (2.65cm). Because Apple Magic mouse slops down at the back, it feels much slimmer than the Logitech. The bigger difference is in terms of weight. Apple Magic mouse with battery weights at 105g compared with 78g with the M350, probably because Apple Magic mouse requires 2 AA batteries rather than one single AA battery as with the Logitech. Lighter mouse means less strain on the hand & arm hence M350 is the winner. M350 battery is said to last for 18 months according to manufacturer. The biggest difference is that Apple Magic mouse is 3x more expensive than Logitech M350.
Logitech - Very Quiet and Responsive Cordless Mouse!!
I have had this Cordless Mouse now for a week or so. When it arrived I must admit I thought I had lost the receiver when unpacking - but later realised it is housed inside the actual mouse. Because I initially thought I had lost the receiver I set-up the Mouse using Bluetooth. This mouse can be used with either Bluetooth or Wirelessly. I used the "Add a Bluetooth Device" and it connected very quickly. All was good until I left the computer and returned some hours later. The Bluetooth had disconnected itself. It was then that I discovered where ...the receiver was - and connected using it. This connection was easy and straight forward - and has not had an issue for the week. This mouse is smaller in size and it does take you a while for your hand to get used to a smaller mouse. I just loved just how quiet this mouse is and also how responsive. Initially I was going to use it for a while and then return to my own cordless mouse - but I like it so much - I'm staying with it for the time being. The build quality could be better. When you separate the 2 pieces of the mouse you can see that it is very basic and all plastic and not as strong as I thought it would be. I feel that it would be more suitable for the adult market rather than children due to it's build quality. It takes a single AA battery which would be very easy to install. It has a left and right button - and a scroll wheel - and, so far, they all work well. In my opinion based on my comments above - this is definitely a keeper!!
Different feel nice and quiet
- Great battery life on spec (I haven't tested for 18 months yet)
- Quiet clicking and scrolling
- Colour options
- Bluetooth and USB link connection options
- Great reactivity
- Easy setup
- Minimal packaging
- Good price point when available ($39.95 AUD on Logitech's site)...
Purchased in September 2019 at ProductReview.com.au.
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