• Logitech Wireless Mouse M560 - Light Silver
  • Logitech Wireless Mouse M560 - Light Silver
  • Logitech Wireless Mouse M560 - Light Silver
  • Logitech Wireless Mouse M560 - Light Silver
  • Logitech Wireless Mouse M560 - Light Silver
Logitech Wireless Mouse M560 - Light Silver
Logitech Wireless Mouse M560 - Light Silver
Logitech Wireless Mouse M560 - Light Silver
Logitech Wireless Mouse M560 - Light Silver
Logitech Wireless Mouse M560 - Light Silver

Logitech Wireless Mouse M560 - Light Silver

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  • Full-size, sculpted design: Cradles your hand comfortably, hour after hour
  • Windows 8 edge menu button: One-click access to apps, search, settings and more
  • Thumb buttons: Easy-switching between the traditional Desktop and Windows 8 Start screen
  • Hyper-fast scroll wheel: Two ways to scroll free-spinning or click-to-click
  • Unifying receiver: Practically disappears in a USB port and connects multiple compatible wireless devices

Customer Reviews

Excellent mouse!! I've had a M510 for many years as my primary desktop mouse. It was reaching the end of its life, and I was ready to try something new. I gave this a shot, and while it is quite similar, I am definitely happy I switched! It feels lighter and sleeker in my hand, and the side buttons (I use them as back/forward) are less obtrusive and easier to press. The scroll wheel isn't notched which makes it easier if you spend a lot of time scrolling. And speaking of scrolling - you can assign the scroll wheel, so when you tap it to the right or left, it will go page up/page down. LITERALLY THE BEST THING THAT HAS EVER HAPPENED TO ME!!! Also awesome, is the button below the scroll wheel that I've assigned to the app switcher, so when you have two monitors with dozens of things open - this is a lifesaver!! (Smooth scrolling though, can just kick rocks.) 5Nice mouse Logitech is a good brand for computer accessories. They have low-end, mid-range, and high-end products. I don't recommend their low-end products simply because the low quality and features put into the product. This mouse is about mid-range with 7 buttons. You can program them if you choose to, but you will need to download and install their software. No disc included in this product.If you use to used the 2 side clicks to go backward and forward, you will wonder why it won't work on this mouse. That happened to me when I first use this. They reprogram it to the wheel. You can tilt the wheel to go back or forth. Before, the wheel was use to scroll left and right if there's a scroll bar.Pairing the wireless usb with the mouse is easy. Just plug in the usb and turn the switch on the mouse to "on" and it's ready. If you also have a Logitech wireless keyboard, just turn that on as well and it should pair up. 5Incredible for Windows 7 (and 8) Before I had a M510 which acted so badly and inaccurately that it finished its life in my garbage can. This one now is exactly the opposite. I don't know, but Logitech's optical sensors seem to be so much more accurate and responsive than their laser optics. What I especially like is the location of the sensor:1. It is located in the middle of the mouse bottom so that the mouse continues working when you accidentally move somewhat over the edge of the mouse pad.2. The sensor is mounted very close to the surface of the mouse bottom without any niches or gaps towards the interior so that it is easy to clean if some fuzz goes in your way.I also like the size and weight of this one. Not too light, and by no means a cheap feeling.But best of all is the option to program each of the buttons individually for a zillion of different functions. I can only speak for Windows 7, but it should also work the same in Windows 8:You do not need to install any driver on Windows 7 or 8. Just go to your control panel, open the mouse folder, choose the last tab "Set-Point Settings" and click on "My Mouse" tab. Then click under the "Select Button" each number with their current assignment, and the little graphic shows you the location. If you want to change a button assignment, just click on the right to the corresponding task of your choice. Under "keystroke" you even can put in a special key (i.e. "F1" for help) or an entire keystroke (i.e. "ctr-alt-del" to end the task of a hanging program). Do not type the name of the key(s), just hit the desired key(s) themselves. And if those choices are not enough, just click the radiant button for "other", click "select function", click "Select Task" on the pop-up window, and it shows you a huge selection of other options.Since I often work with AutoCad, I have assigned the "Middle Button" to the little windows 8 shortcut button behind the wheel. (I have seen several complaints about the wheel lacking its function as a middle button. Well, now you have both worlds - the fast scroll AND the middle button.) After all assignments are done, it is very important to hit "apply" and then "okay". Otherwise the mouse jumps back to the factory defaults with your next use.In sum, I think that this is the best Logitech mouse I've ever had - and there were quite a few over the last twenty five years. 5This mouse works pretty well, but you can tell it isn't a ... It's getting 4 stars because I alreaady have a Performance MX (BC5651B) and I figured I couldn't use both in the same house. I was wrong. They both work on different computers in the same room. This mouse works pretty well, but you can tell it isn't a top of the line mouse. Compared to the MX, the switches are not as good. The scroll wheel also feels slightly cheaper. Both have about the same features, although the MX is rechargeable which is nice. I doubt Logitech's claims that the M560 will last as long as it says. Other issues with this mouse is it is much smaller than the MX. At least in my monster hands. The MX is much more comfortable. The MX also has darkfield tech which allows it to work on glass.Overall I would say this is a good travel mouse, but it is cheaper(As should be expected from a $30 mouse that is half the price. DO not feel bad about buying this mouse, but if you have larger hands, I would recommend buying the MX. 4I tried really hard to like this mouse esp I bought this for a replacement wireless mouse and I've stopped using it after 2 months for three main reasons:1) There is no separation between the left mouse click and the right right click. The top of the mouse is a single solid piece of plastic. This means that when you left click you are actually pressing down on the whole top of the mouse - and the right mouse button will be pressed sometimes as well.2) The clicking noise is very loud. This may not be a dealbreaker for some but in some meetings and other places everyone can hear it. Even my mechanical keyboard is not so loud.3) The main dealbreaker for me: The wheel is too sensitive. Even when I touch the mouse wheel it can trigger a mouse wheel scroll. Even if I make sure that the wheel is locked - any slight touch of the wheel causes my webpage to move up or down.I tried really hard to like this mouse esp. since it was at such a good price, but I guess in the end I bought a really cheap logitech mouse that is cheaply made. Really disappointed in this mouse since I loved all my other logitech wireless mouses that I had. 2Suffers from chronic hardware issues, cannot recommend I specifically love the hyper-fast scroll wheel on this mouse, as it is a necessity for the work I do.But this was my 4th and last attempt with this particular model. My first three were purchased in the big blue superstore. The very first one worked great for about a year, so well in fact that it carried me through 3 subsequent bad ones (the final being purchased here on Amazon).They all seemed to have the same issue: The on-screen scroll was erratic and would continue to move even after physical scrolling of the wheel had stopped. Software updates from the Logitech support site, as well as various other suggested fixes (such as adding the Chrome smooth scroll extension) did not resolve the issue. Thinking I got a lemon each time, I tried again and again.However, it appears to me to be a chronic hardware issue that is unresolved, and unfortunately I cannot recommend this model. 1Mechanically great, software lacking. This mouse is GREAT for scrolling through large amounts of text (like coding) because you can change the mousewheel from scrolling like most mousewheels to completely free spinning.The downside is that you lose middle mouse click because thats how you toggle between free spin and normal spin.That problem is solved IF you can install the software for the mouse. Simply bind middle click to another button if you need it, and the mouse does have 7 "buttons" if you will.The reason I docked a star is because I can't install the software on my work computer. My RedDragon Perdition gaming mouse saves the button configuration to the mouse. So I can use that mouse with any machine and the buttons will always do the same thing. In contrast, this mouse requires that the logitech software is installed and configured on the machine its plugged into, which isn't always an option.Also, I have logitech gaming devices and they use one software, and this device uses a different logitech software. 4Unlike other Logitech wireless mouse models, the M560 is unreliable I have purchased three of these items (Logitech wireless mouse M560). The first one lasted under a year. Another was nonfunctional at purchase. The third one lasted a few months. I am talking about the lifetime of the mouse itself, not the batteries. The two that were functional at purchase did not expend their batteries unduly fast. I replaced their batteries with new ones (tested in a working mouse) before giving up on them. Logitech makes other wireless mouse models that are much more reliable. I do not recommend this model. 2Newer versions are unusable if you use hyper-scroll I bought my first M560 in 2013 and it was giving me problems so I bought a new one in June of 2018. I had problems with it immediately. I regularly use the hyper-scroll and when it was engaged, my pages scrolled without any movement of the wheel. Just moving the mouse with my finger completely off the wheel resulted in page scrolling. I returned it and tried again 4 months later (October 2018). The new mouse behaved exactly like the previous version. This time I decided to use it for a longer period to see if the wheel became less sensitive. It never did. I waited too long to return it, otherwise I would have. If you use hyper-scroll save your money and get a different mouse. 2A budget premium mouse, in a very light package - but do not underestimate. A lot of mixed reviews here about this mouse, but I took a chance seeing as how the difference in comments varied on the mice users are accustomed to. First, let me say my primary mouse is a Logitech G9x. And my secondary is an Anker (Generic) Wireless mouse.If you don't know this, Logitech is by far the best, or one of the best, in regards to mice & peripherals. I have stuck by them for years, and love their warranty support (at least while it is still under warranty). I am an avid PC gamer, and work with a multitude of mice in my work field. And here is what I think of this M560.Pros:*It's light.*7 Customizable buttons*Pairs along with other peripherals on a single receiver*Comfortable*Good range*Fantastic Battery LifeCons:*May feel too light to some*It's Mid-sized (some may say full size if their hand is smaller, but this is shorter than a 530)*Customizing buttons is a bit of a pain, there is no guide on which buttons are which. And by default, back/forward are not programmed on the side buttons.*Signal can be interfered if there is alot of metal around (I have a metal desk in my office, metal drawers, and metal cabinet - and I experienced lagging until I ran a hub and placed the receiver on top of my desk)*Scroll wheel is very "fluid". This makes scrolling very smooth, but also very sensitive. Can be quite tedious sometimes.Now here is the thing, IF you are a gamer or avid user coming from high quality mice - this WILL feel cheap. The plastic is very light compared to other materials found in different models of logitech mice. But, it also has a very smooth matte finish, which i actually enjoy. If you come from using common/generic mice - this will feel better than what you are used to. So given the nature of the user, I feel that this mouse is not given enough credit. Accuracy is like any other Logitech mouse, same for battery usage, and button customization.BUT, it is light, and when I compare this to my G9x (with customizable weights) it feels like i'm holding paper. If I compare it to my Anker mouse, it feels like a budget premium mouse. Hopefully this helps someone if they just can't decide to go for it or not :). 5
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Description
  • Full-size, sculpted design: Cradles your hand comfortably, hour after hour
  • Windows 8 edge menu button: One-click access to apps, search, settings and more
  • Thumb buttons: Easy-switching between the traditional Desktop and Windows 8 Start screen
  • Hyper-fast scroll wheel: Two ways to scroll free-spinning or click-to-click
  • Unifying receiver: Practically disappears in a USB port and connects multiple compatible wireless devices
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Excellent mouse!! I've had a M510 for many years as my primary desktop mouse. It was reaching the end of its life, and I was ready to try something new. I gave this a shot, and while it is quite similar, I am definitely happy I switched! It feels lighter and sleeker in my hand, and the side buttons (I use them as back/forward) are less obtrusive and easier to press. The scroll wheel isn't notched which makes it easier if you spend a lot of time scrolling. And speaking of scrolling - you can assign the scroll wheel, so when you tap it to the right or left, it will go page up/page down. LITERALLY THE BEST THING THAT HAS EVER HAPPENED TO ME!!! Also awesome, is the button below the scroll wheel that I've assigned to the app switcher, so when you have two monitors with dozens of things open - this is a lifesaver!! (Smooth scrolling though, can just kick rocks.) 5Nice mouse Logitech is a good brand for computer accessories. They have low-end, mid-range, and high-end products. I don't recommend their low-end products simply because the low quality and features put into the product. This mouse is about mid-range with 7 buttons. You can program them if you choose to, but you will need to download and install their software. No disc included in this product.If you use to used the 2 side clicks to go backward and forward, you will wonder why it won't work on this mouse. That happened to me when I first use this. They reprogram it to the wheel. You can tilt the wheel to go back or forth. Before, the wheel was use to scroll left and right if there's a scroll bar.Pairing the wireless usb with the mouse is easy. Just plug in the usb and turn the switch on the mouse to "on" and it's ready. If you also have a Logitech wireless keyboard, just turn that on as well and it should pair up. 5Incredible for Windows 7 (and 8) Before I had a M510 which acted so badly and inaccurately that it finished its life in my garbage can. This one now is exactly the opposite. I don't know, but Logitech's optical sensors seem to be so much more accurate and responsive than their laser optics. What I especially like is the location of the sensor:1. It is located in the middle of the mouse bottom so that the mouse continues working when you accidentally move somewhat over the edge of the mouse pad.2. The sensor is mounted very close to the surface of the mouse bottom without any niches or gaps towards the interior so that it is easy to clean if some fuzz goes in your way.I also like the size and weight of this one. Not too light, and by no means a cheap feeling.But best of all is the option to program each of the buttons individually for a zillion of different functions. I can only speak for Windows 7, but it should also work the same in Windows 8:You do not need to install any driver on Windows 7 or 8. Just go to your control panel, open the mouse folder, choose the last tab "Set-Point Settings" and click on "My Mouse" tab. Then click under the "Select Button" each number with their current assignment, and the little graphic shows you the location. If you want to change a button assignment, just click on the right to the corresponding task of your choice. Under "keystroke" you even can put in a special key (i.e. "F1" for help) or an entire keystroke (i.e. "ctr-alt-del" to end the task of a hanging program). Do not type the name of the key(s), just hit the desired key(s) themselves. And if those choices are not enough, just click the radiant button for "other", click "select function", click "Select Task" on the pop-up window, and it shows you a huge selection of other options.Since I often work with AutoCad, I have assigned the "Middle Button" to the little windows 8 shortcut button behind the wheel. (I have seen several complaints about the wheel lacking its function as a middle button. Well, now you have both worlds - the fast scroll AND the middle button.) After all assignments are done, it is very important to hit "apply" and then "okay". Otherwise the mouse jumps back to the factory defaults with your next use.In sum, I think that this is the best Logitech mouse I've ever had - and there were quite a few over the last twenty five years. 5This mouse works pretty well, but you can tell it isn't a ... It's getting 4 stars because I alreaady have a Performance MX (BC5651B) and I figured I couldn't use both in the same house. I was wrong. They both work on different computers in the same room. This mouse works pretty well, but you can tell it isn't a top of the line mouse. Compared to the MX, the switches are not as good. The scroll wheel also feels slightly cheaper. Both have about the same features, although the MX is rechargeable which is nice. I doubt Logitech's claims that the M560 will last as long as it says. Other issues with this mouse is it is much smaller than the MX. At least in my monster hands. The MX is much more comfortable. The MX also has darkfield tech which allows it to work on glass.Overall I would say this is a good travel mouse, but it is cheaper(As should be expected from a $30 mouse that is half the price. DO not feel bad about buying this mouse, but if you have larger hands, I would recommend buying the MX. 4I tried really hard to like this mouse esp I bought this for a replacement wireless mouse and I've stopped using it after 2 months for three main reasons:1) There is no separation between the left mouse click and the right right click. The top of the mouse is a single solid piece of plastic. This means that when you left click you are actually pressing down on the whole top of the mouse - and the right mouse button will be pressed sometimes as well.2) The clicking noise is very loud. This may not be a dealbreaker for some but in some meetings and other places everyone can hear it. Even my mechanical keyboard is not so loud.3) The main dealbreaker for me: The wheel is too sensitive. Even when I touch the mouse wheel it can trigger a mouse wheel scroll. Even if I make sure that the wheel is locked - any slight touch of the wheel causes my webpage to move up or down.I tried really hard to like this mouse esp. since it was at such a good price, but I guess in the end I bought a really cheap logitech mouse that is cheaply made. Really disappointed in this mouse since I loved all my other logitech wireless mouses that I had. 2Suffers from chronic hardware issues, cannot recommend I specifically love the hyper-fast scroll wheel on this mouse, as it is a necessity for the work I do.But this was my 4th and last attempt with this particular model. My first three were purchased in the big blue superstore. The very first one worked great for about a year, so well in fact that it carried me through 3 subsequent bad ones (the final being purchased here on Amazon).They all seemed to have the same issue: The on-screen scroll was erratic and would continue to move even after physical scrolling of the wheel had stopped. Software updates from the Logitech support site, as well as various other suggested fixes (such as adding the Chrome smooth scroll extension) did not resolve the issue. Thinking I got a lemon each time, I tried again and again.However, it appears to me to be a chronic hardware issue that is unresolved, and unfortunately I cannot recommend this model. 1Mechanically great, software lacking. This mouse is GREAT for scrolling through large amounts of text (like coding) because you can change the mousewheel from scrolling like most mousewheels to completely free spinning.The downside is that you lose middle mouse click because thats how you toggle between free spin and normal spin.That problem is solved IF you can install the software for the mouse. Simply bind middle click to another button if you need it, and the mouse does have 7 "buttons" if you will.The reason I docked a star is because I can't install the software on my work computer. My RedDragon Perdition gaming mouse saves the button configuration to the mouse. So I can use that mouse with any machine and the buttons will always do the same thing. In contrast, this mouse requires that the logitech software is installed and configured on the machine its plugged into, which isn't always an option.Also, I have logitech gaming devices and they use one software, and this device uses a different logitech software. 4Unlike other Logitech wireless mouse models, the M560 is unreliable I have purchased three of these items (Logitech wireless mouse M560). The first one lasted under a year. Another was nonfunctional at purchase. The third one lasted a few months. I am talking about the lifetime of the mouse itself, not the batteries. The two that were functional at purchase did not expend their batteries unduly fast. I replaced their batteries with new ones (tested in a working mouse) before giving up on them. Logitech makes other wireless mouse models that are much more reliable. I do not recommend this model. 2Newer versions are unusable if you use hyper-scroll I bought my first M560 in 2013 and it was giving me problems so I bought a new one in June of 2018. I had problems with it immediately. I regularly use the hyper-scroll and when it was engaged, my pages scrolled without any movement of the wheel. Just moving the mouse with my finger completely off the wheel resulted in page scrolling. I returned it and tried again 4 months later (October 2018). The new mouse behaved exactly like the previous version. This time I decided to use it for a longer period to see if the wheel became less sensitive. It never did. I waited too long to return it, otherwise I would have. If you use hyper-scroll save your money and get a different mouse. 2A budget premium mouse, in a very light package - but do not underestimate. A lot of mixed reviews here about this mouse, but I took a chance seeing as how the difference in comments varied on the mice users are accustomed to. First, let me say my primary mouse is a Logitech G9x. And my secondary is an Anker (Generic) Wireless mouse.If you don't know this, Logitech is by far the best, or one of the best, in regards to mice & peripherals. I have stuck by them for years, and love their warranty support (at least while it is still under warranty). I am an avid PC gamer, and work with a multitude of mice in my work field. And here is what I think of this M560.Pros:*It's light.*7 Customizable buttons*Pairs along with other peripherals on a single receiver*Comfortable*Good range*Fantastic Battery LifeCons:*May feel too light to some*It's Mid-sized (some may say full size if their hand is smaller, but this is shorter than a 530)*Customizing buttons is a bit of a pain, there is no guide on which buttons are which. And by default, back/forward are not programmed on the side buttons.*Signal can be interfered if there is alot of metal around (I have a metal desk in my office, metal drawers, and metal cabinet - and I experienced lagging until I ran a hub and placed the receiver on top of my desk)*Scroll wheel is very "fluid". This makes scrolling very smooth, but also very sensitive. Can be quite tedious sometimes.Now here is the thing, IF you are a gamer or avid user coming from high quality mice - this WILL feel cheap. The plastic is very light compared to other materials found in different models of logitech mice. But, it also has a very smooth matte finish, which i actually enjoy. If you come from using common/generic mice - this will feel better than what you are used to. So given the nature of the user, I feel that this mouse is not given enough credit. Accuracy is like any other Logitech mouse, same for battery usage, and button customization.BUT, it is light, and when I compare this to my G9x (with customizable weights) it feels like i'm holding paper. If I compare it to my Anker mouse, it feels like a budget premium mouse. Hopefully this helps someone if they just can't decide to go for it or not :). 5
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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