Logitech M590 Multi-Device Silent Review
The M590 is a Kinda compact mouse, though, and tucks a couple of other excellent features that will please to those with multiple homes. Computers. We mean numerous machines.
Because with the press of the small button below the scroll wheel, it can switch between two different Machines. These can be connected via Bluetooth, or you can choose to insert the RF chip in.
There’s another cool feature too if you install Logitech Flow software on both systems. you can also move your cursor from one screen to another, including copy and paste the text too. Very cool.
Logitech M590 Silent Mouse colors Logitech M590 Silent Wireless Mouse comes in red, black and gray
Moreover, there’s little to get anyone excited. Two programmable buttons sit under your thumb on the left of the mouse, which does assume you’re right-handed – it’s perfectly comfortable in the left-hand though.
We also love the fact it can survive – according to Logitech – on a single AA battery for two years. We’ve only been testing it for two months so you can’t verify that, but even if it’s a year’s life I’d be happy.
Conclusion > Not silent but still a Recommended for power clickers.
Logitech M590 Multi-Device Silent Specification
|Connection Type||Bluetooth® Smart & 2.4GHz wireless connection|
|Indicator Lights (LED)||Battery and Connectivity/ Channel LED|
|Connect / Power||Yes, on/off switch|
|Battery Details||1 x AA|
|Battery Life (not rechargeable)||24 months|
|Battery Life (rechargeable)||n/a|
|Scroll Wheel||Mini Ratchet 4D Optical|
|Standard and Special Buttons||Tilt wheel with middle click, Easy Switch|
|Gesture Support (Windows)||Yes|
|Gesture Support (Mac)||Yes|
|Mouse||40.0 mm (1.57 inches)||64.0 mm (2.52 inches)||103.0 mm (4.05 inch)||100.0 g (3.52 ounces)|
Logitech M590 Multi-Device Silent Driver