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Tue Aug 07, 2001 | 2:45A| PermaLink
"The Logitech Cordless MouseMan Optical seemed a much better bet from the moment it left the packet - the general quality seemed much better with no bits trying to fall off, solid buttons and less 'made in tawain' stylee plastic. Again logitech have included a USB-PS2 adaptor and a disk with their own drivers and software to program the buttons. Logitech's competitor doesn't have rechargable batteries or a cradle, bt runs on 2 'AA' batteries, which Logitech claims should last the mouse at least 2 months. Again, the mouse is autodetected in both Windows 98 and 2000; but this time works without flaw 100% of the time - definetely a good start ;) Some people may count having one less button as a disadvantage. Personally, I wasn't too bothered about this, as i'm only in the habit of using the right, left and scrollwheels; if however you're used to using a mouse such as a MS Optical Explorer then this might be more of a disadvantage to you. Of course, most importantly, Logitech has far superior street cred - that is bragging rights than Trust. For a 5 squid price difference, at least in my opinion there's no competition (yep, I know i'm sad). Also, of interest to some people; the Logitech mouse worked on my Icemat mousing surface and the tabletop, wheras the Trust failed to work on either of these surfaces."

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