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Description of Logitech Wireless Mouse M325 with Designed-For-Web...
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The Logitech Wireless Mouse M325-a better mix of precision and comfort. With its designed-for-Web scrolling, now everything you love to do online is easier. Designed to improve your online experience, the wheel also helps perfect scrolling when you're using other applications, such as Microsoft Office or Adobe PDF.
Micro-precise scrolling: New designed-for-Web scrolling makes searches, shopping and browsing easier
Feel-good design: Contoured shape and textured rubber grips keep your hand comfortable even after long hours
Long battery life: Up to 18 months of battery life virtually eliminates the need to change batteries. Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions.
For Windows, Mac and Linux: Reliable wireless connection with tiny Logitech Unifying Nano-receiver that can stay in your laptop
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