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Logitech Pebble M350 review: Easy to use wireless mouse via Bluetooth, USB connection

The top panel of the pebble-shaped mouse is thin and removable.

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Last Updated: Mar 28, 2020, 11.00 PM IST
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Logitech claims this is a ‘silent’ mouse and to a certain extent, it is.
Logitech claims Pebble M350 is a ‘silent’ mouse and to a certain extent, it is.
Get it for: Rs 1,999
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Logitech’s new wireless mouse is shaped just like a large and smooth pebble. The M350 is half the size of an average palm, weighs about 100 gm and can slip into pockets too. The body is made of sweat-resistant plastic with matte finish. It is almost flat and slightly thicker at the end. The bump at the back is not too elevated so as to grip the base of your palm, which takes a little time getting used to.

The top panel of the mouse is thin and removable and can be attached again with the help of the three small magnetic pins that are present on the inside of the top panel. At the back, there is the power button and the Bluetooth/USB button.

The M350 can be used both via Bluetooth and USB connection. The USB dongle (the Nano receiver) securely comes affixed inside the mouse so that it does not get lost.

Also, the M350 just needs a single AA battery with a claimed battery life of about 18 months. Both the battery socket and the USB dongle can be reached for easily after removing the top flap or panel.
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Logitech Pebble M350
Since the top panel is removable, Logitech Pebble M350 is easy to clean the inside of the mouse as well.

To use the mouse with USB dongle, plug in the dongle, switch on the mouse and press the Bluetooth/USB button once. The indicator close to it will glow green steadily without blinking. To switch to Bluetooth, switch on the Bluetooth on your laptop, long-press the USB/Bluetooth button till it begins blinking rapidly in blue. It is a simple process to use the dual-connectivity feature on this mouse. What makes it impressive is that you do not need to remove the USB dongle to use the mouse in Bluetooth mode.

Logitech claims this is a ‘silent’ mouse and to a certain extent, it is. But you do expect that in a mouse that sells for around Rs 2,000.

Since the top panel is removable, it is easy to clean the inside of the mouse as well and be able to dry it easily in case you sill liquid on it. However, the small size can be a deterrent for some users as the mouse doesn’t grip the back of the palm. The build quality is a bit fragile and a fall is likely to damage the body.

(The writer is with gadgetsnow.com)

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