Flatland_Spider wrote:I buy these for the office, any they are solid mice. They are light, smooth, and get a lot of use out of 1 AA battery. They're much, much better then the M525.
Damage wrote:Don't try to game the requirements by posting everywhere, guys, or I'll nuke you from space.
superjawes wrote:I like my back/forward buttons on my mice too much to use these, but that is a great price.
just brew it! wrote:Assuming some of your users are OK with the oddball color schemes/designs that are currently on sale, you could stock up and save a bunch of money!
The M325 is currently my mouse of choice. I've only had two minor issues with mine: 1) the feet may not be quite slick enough depending on your personal preference and the surface you're mousing on; and 2) certain USB KVMs don't get along with the Logitech universal RF receiver (plugging the mouse receiver into one of the KVM's "regular" USB ports instead of the mouse port, or disabling mouse emulation in the KVM fixes this).
Flatland_Spider wrote:The M325 is much slicker then the M525 on mouse pads. I bought a M525 for home, and it plows on fabric mouse pads. It's also much heavier, so it's chore to push it around. It's better on hard surfaces, but I like resting my wrist on a mouse pad.
The M325 just glides on everything, and it's a much more comfortable shape.
Flatland_Spider wrote:Good tip. I haven't tried a wireless mouse with a KVM.
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