Logitech Pilot Wheel: a good optical mouse
Installation (2): software
It is not essential to install any software so that the mouse is completely operative, since in the modern versions of Windows it works straight without any problem, enclosed the wheel of scroll (really comfortable).
Nevertheless, if we wish major productivity we can install his software, which adds special functions to the central button of the mouse, in addition to allowing to form diverse options as the orientation or the position with regard to the keyboard.
We will be able to assign to him pulsations of keys or that a menu opens. In fact we have 2 available menus: the first one of them will make icons appear about the leader to realize the basic operaciónes of the windows, or to go straight to the menu I initiate.
The second menu, called WebWheel, tries to simplify greatly the navigation functions for Internet, by means of rapid access to actions like recharging the page, stopping the load, turning back or opening the scoreboards, reading the e-mail or the groups of news, in addition to being provided with directions of rapid access.
Finally, and I deign of mention, it is the manual ("in line", since as written papers we have a plain card of reference to a rapid installation... and really it is not necessary any more). The manual in line counts even the most minimal detail few secrets that a mouse can have, as well as a wide study on ergonomics that will allow our position opposite to the computer to be as correct as possible.
Finally, we cannot but recommend this product. His price is about 5.000 ptas (approximately 26 $), a quantity that there cannot be considered in any case excessive, given his technology and quality details as the adapter of USB to PS/2.
Also, his use provides many advantages to us opposite to the traditional ball mice, on having eliminated the need for cleanliness, having diminished the weight and having worked on any type of surfaces. And on not having had scarcely mobile parts, it even can turn out to be more lasting.
And in the night his red light suits very much on the table: for what more is it possible to ask?