Logitech M535 Bluetooth Mouse Review
Logitech M535 has a good building quality and scrolls well to a variety of users. In our comparison, we tested a wireless Bluetooth mouse on the type of surface that you can find in a typical home or office environment. The M535’s performance on standard wood and laminate tables is smooth, but delicate on less traditional surfaces.
Responsive to denim and carpets are rather dull, and the mouse cannot be used on marble and glass surfaces. The M535’s performance on the glass is not surprising, because sensor responses tend to be wrong on the glass surface for all but the best Bluetooth mouse. However, the uneasy performance of Logitech on our marble surface – which simulates a home table – is very lackluster.
In our direct testing, we found that the M535 is in line with a comparable Bluetooth mouse. It is built of ordinary plastic and has lightweight rubber rims along the edges. Essential gesture support is also available when you install Logitech support software. With a curved profile, the mouse can be easily used with a variety of grip styles and either right or left hand, thanks to its ambidextrous design. The build quality isn’t very sharp, but this mouse is durable enough to be used for long work sessions and for traveling.
With only 2.9 ounces, Logitech is very lightweight and comfortable to use. Most of the weight of the mouse comes from the single AA battery it uses for power because the M535 – like most budget mice – does not have a rechargeable battery. With its budget bill, the mouse loses premium features such as Bluetooth channel switching, but Logitech includes support for four-way scrolling, which is often only found in more luxurious mice. To browse horizontally in large documents such as photos or PDFs, you can push the scroll wheel left or right. We found the M535 four-way scrolling responsive and compelling addition to the Bluetooth mouse.
Logitech gives a one-year warranty for the M535 and provides support through channels, including telephone and email. The manual and FAQ sections are additional troubleshooting resources for technical problems.
Logitech M535 is a relatively easy mouse, but benefits from this narrow focus. Although performance is not without blind spots, consistent building quality, and four-way scrolling make it a versatile choice for home users.
- Lags occasionally
- Poor performance on reflective surfaces
- There’s an extra button for smooth window management
- Scrolls content both vertically and horizontally
- It’s designed for both right-handed and left-handed people
- It works with virtually any device
- It’s comfortable to use even for extended periods
Conclusion > The Logitech MX Anywhere 2S is a compact wireless mouse that can fit in your pocket and work with multiple devices.
Logitech M535 Bluetooth Mouse Specification
|Connection Type||Bluetooth 3.0|
|Indicator Lights (LED)||Battery LED|
|Connect / Power||On/Off Switch|
|Battery Details||1 x AA|
|Battery Life (not rechargeable)||10 months|
|Sensor||Laser-grade optical sensor|
|Standard and Special Buttons||Tilt wheel with middle click, Gesture Button|
|Gesture Support (Windows)||Yes|
|Gesture Support (Mac)||Yes|
- Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
- Mac OS X 10.8
- Chrome OS
- Android 3.2
|Mouse||33.0 mm (1.3 inches)||61.1 mm (2.4 inches)||100.5 mm (3.96 inches)||82.0 g (2.89 ounces)|
Logitech M535 Bluetooth Mouse Manual
Logitech M535 Bluetooth Mouse Software & Drivers