New: Logitech Wireless Mouse M510 Delivers All-Day Comfort and Advanced Control

If you’re looking for a great mouse that combines superior comfort and advanced control capabilities, the Logitech Wireless Mouse M510 is for you.

One of the things I like best about the M510 is how comfortable it is to use. The deep contouring and rubber grips provide great support for your hand so you can use the mouse all day without fatigue. And, the mouse makes everyday tasks easier with a tilt scroll wheel and programmable Back and Forward buttons that make navigating documents and websites effortless.

Those key features coupled with a 2-year battery life, leave-in Logitech Unifying technology, and superior laser precision that provides smooth, responsive, accurate cursor control—even on surfaces that typically cause problems for traditional optical mice—all add up to one great mouse!

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  • I had great experiences with the logitech mouse,its really good as compare to the others mouse.Great review regarding these wireless mouse and i am looking forward to use these mouse.

    • Thanks acekard! We are also very excited about the launch of M510!

      Best,
      Carrie

  • Is the hyper-fast scroll wheel that much of an additional cost during manufacturing? Makes me wonder at times why it’s not included in all mice.

    • Hi blued888,

      Cost is certainly one factor. We want to provide our customers with mice options that match their needs and budget – for this reason hyper-fast scrolling is include in some, but not all of our mice.

      Best,
      Carrie

  • i have experienced great help from this unique feature of the device the contoured shape with soft rubber grips gives you the support you need for all-day comfort. And you can do more, faster with three standard buttons, Back/Forward buttons and side-to-side scrolling plus zoom.

  • This mouse shape and color look pretty identical to the LX8 (?)– the mouse that comes with the Cordless Wave Keyboard + Mouse combo.

    Will there be the bundle of this mouse with the MK350 Keyboard?

    If you can confirm that this mouse is the updated version of the LX8 or the combo mouse I’d appreciate it.

    Thanks.

    • Hi Faye,

      Good eye! The Wireless Mouse M510 is indeed an upgraded version of the LX8. This shape has been well received by our customers and we have upgraded it with more features including longer battery life, new unifying receiver and improved usability through button allocation and design.

      Best,
      Carrie

  • Hey Logitech guru’s.

    I love you guys, the mx518 has been the best gaming mouse ever.
    But I have a terrible habit of slamming them on my desk. I don’t mean to, it’s like a reflex in intense gaming situations.

    I need you guys to make a ‘super tough’ mouse for gamers! one that can withstand a good hit or three?

    I know it sounds bad, but I really can’t help myself.

    Please! I will pay triple!

    • Hi Emrico1,

      I will be sure to share your feedback with our gaming gurus. I also love using our gaming mice. Have you tried our G500?

      Best,
      Carrie

    • Hi Sylvain,

      The Wireless Mouse M510 is available now. You can place an order today at Logitech.com or Amazon.com.

      Best,
      Carrie

  • I love the fact that you guys continue to be a pioneer in the peripherals market while expanding into ‘new’ markets such as TV remotes.

    I however have one favor to ask. Can you *please* release an updated version of the Cordless Trackman Wheel that uses the unifying receiver or bluetooth? You’ve got several lines of mice that use it, I think it’s time the classic trackball got some love.

    • Hi Jeremy,

      Thank you for your feedback – we’re always looking at our product refresh strategy and hope to have good news to share with you and other trackball lovers soon. Stay tuned!

      Best,
      Carrie

  • i”m ken, i working at logitech consept stall , can i know what that deffrent of M510 and that M505?
    how about that pricing defrent ??
    just only that disign has a deffrent ??

    • Hi Ken

      The sizes of the M510 and M505 are different. The M510 is a full-sized mouse and provides more support and comfort for people with bigger hands. The M505 is a compact mouse that can easily go where you go.

      The other difference is that the M510 comes with two extra control buttons that you can program to the shortcuts you use often – like back and forward on Web pages, volume up and down, and switching applications.

      Best,
      Carrie

    • Hi Pierre,

      The M510 will be available in France around the end of July/ early August.

      Best,
      Carrie

    • Hi Thomas,

      The M510 is expected to be available in stores in Europe around the end of July/ early August.

      Best,
      Carrie

  • Hi,

    Any details about the dimensions and weight (with batteries)?

    Why do you not publish these in your specifications tab? Save me having to search through the internet to see if somebody has published for you. Microsoft seem to manage it on their pages.

    I have a draw full of mice that are too small/heavy – don’t want any more ;-)

    Is there a new full size bluetooth version on the way?

    Thanks.

    • Hi Dionysus,

      The dimensions of the M510 are: (L x W x H): 120 x 65 x 41 millimeters. Weight is 85 grams without the battery and 131 grams with the battery.
      Hope that helps.

      Best,
      Carrie

  • Carrie, are you reliable the M510 features 1000dpi? I asking because lx8 features 2000dpi.

    • Hi Bart

      Yes the M510 does indeed feature 1000dpi. I can also confirm that the LX8 features a default 1000dpi as well.

      Best,
      Carrie

  • I am unable to program my side buttons to do anything. The only time they function to me is when I’m on a web-page, I can use it to advance or go back a page. The logictech software does not recongize the mouse for programming.

    • Hi Jacob,

      Please contact customer support (www.logitech.com/support) with this issue.

      Best,
      Carrie

  • Hi

    Is the wheel is clickable like on cordless mouseman optical ? I’m a linux user and this button is often associate to paste action dont understand how to do without it on this OS like with hyper fast scroll mouse.

    And why there is no real support of linux ? “intelli-thing” never ported, even drivers to get full support of all button or full dpi don’t really exit.

    It’s a pity because your only real competitor in the same range of product is … Microsoft

    • Hi,

      Yes, the wheel can be clicked.

      As for Linux suppor, we typically have not written Linux drivers because 3rd party options are already available for many distros (that’s the Linux term for different vendor’s versions of Linux). If they tell us which distro they have, we can find out if there are 3rd party drivers.

      Best,
      Carrie

  • Hey Carrie,

    I’m a designer by trade and htpc user at home. In both instances I prefer the “wireless” trackball (the one that you use your thumb on the ball). And I was thinking the same thing about an update. It would be really nice to have the updated features like hyper-fast scrolling, bluetooth, etc. incorporated.

    traditional flat surface mice just don’t cut the mustard when you’re sitting on the couch using your 50″ plasma as a monitor, or if at the office leaning back a little bit.

    I like to “free” the mice from their captive flat surfaces :) and Ive used others out there that are similar where you hold the mouse and the buttons are kind of like triggers but they’re not as good as the logitech and I keep comin’ back. The trackman works great for design work (AutoCAD / Revit) and works more than well enough for games too! So waddya think?? Maybe an update on the horizon? You’re guaranteed to sell at least 1 lol

  • Hi Carrie,

    if I shake the mouse (M510), rattles in him something. Would I like to know that this is normal?

    Thanks.

    • Hi Rahan,

      I recommend that you contact customer support to ensure there isn’t an issue with your mouse.

      Best,
      Carrie

  • How do I zoom? I’ve changed the “4. Forward” button by selecting “Other” task and “Zoom” function, but when I click the button only a zoom icon (the plus sign) shows up.

  • Does the M510 offer bluetooth support? I’m looking for a 2nd adapter (one to keep in my laptop and one to keep on my work PC). All I can find are generic “Bluetooth” adapters that look the same but I’m not sure if they will work correctly.

  • Hi Carrie,

    Do you know when this mice will be available in NZ? I’m looking for a full size unifying mouse but do not need the performance mouse. I bought the M705 but found it to be too small for my hand. I assume this will be bigger?

    Thanks

    • Hi Ryan,

      The M510 mouse will be availble in NZ around December. The M510 is a full sized mouse, so it will be bigger than the M705, which was designed for laptops.

      Best,
      Carrie

  • Hi Ryan,

    The M510 mouse will be availble in NZ around December. The M510 is a full sized mouse, so it will be bigger than the M705, which was designed for laptops.

    Best,
    Carrie

  • How is make sensor for navigation wheel: optical element or mechanical element (similar on small motor) ?

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