Packaging and Logitec online searches say it's Mac compatible. Well, moving the pointer around the screen works, but none of the other features. In order to find a Logitec mouse that works for a Mac you need to go into the Logitec software download section and CHECK FOR SOFTWARE - if it's not there, any features like side-scrolling aren't programmable/usable on a Mac.
It may actually be a good mouse, but had no hope of doing what I purchased it to do (same as all but 2 mice I researched)
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Review 2 for Wireless Mouse M325
from Brisbane, QLD
Expertise: Proficient User
Date:27 November 2012
I have to say I am very disappointed with this product. I bought one in May 2012 to complement my laptop. It went like a bomb for about 3 months then the little plug in USB driver failed to be recognised. I took it back to Good Guys (5 stars to them) and they swapped for a fresh unit. Yet again, went like a bomb for about a month or so and then the USB driver failed again. I have tried other USB plugs in my sockets without any issue so I can only assume this product does not go the distance.
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Review 3 for Wireless Mouse M325
Expertise: Tech Savvy
The best simple mouse around
Date:18 October 2012
For those of you who aren't looking for anything fancy this is definately the pick of the bunch. The M325 seems like it was tailored for portability and use with a laptop due to its smallish size, yet still manages to feel as comfortable as a desktop mouse. This light weight and compact mouse has perfected the basics- left and right click, smooth scroll wheel- but also has a few other handy features such as the USB compartment that sits next to the battery making it impossible to lose the tiny receiver. All that combined with a low price and a 12 month battery life from a single AA battery! Its safe to say i am extremely happy with this product.