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Logitech’s Latest Mouse Gets Colorful and Offers a Left-Handed Option

Logitech Signature M650 full-size mouse in Classic Blue

If you haven’t updated your mouse in a few years, Logitech’s latest affordable option—the Signature M650—is one that’s worth your consideration. Not only does it have a good variety of colors and features, it’s also half the price of Logitech’s MX-series mouse at just $40.

The M650 is available in two sizes—one measuring 4.13 inches and another measuring 4.53 inches—and in both right- and left-handed models to ensure every user can have a comfortable user experience. It’s also available in four colors, for even more of a customized feel: Graphite, Black, Classic Blue, and Classic Red.

You’ll be able to scroll smarter with the mouse, too, as it’s wireless and gives you line-by-line precision scrolling and Lenovo’s terrific SmartWheel for ultra-fast scrolling when you need it most. It’s also designed to be quieter than the average mouse, with 90% less click noise (good for when you need to stealth click, we suppose).

Physically, it features a contoured shape, a soft thumb area, and rubber side grips for a snug grip. It also has programmable side buttons you can customize via Logitech Options+ (on both Mac and Windows) with your favorite shortcuts. And, of course, the M650 can connect either via Bluetooth LE or the Logi Bolt USB receiver as needed. We also love that it only requires a single AA battery, and can last up to two years per battery.

The Logitech Signature M650 is the comfortable, stylish, and affordable mouse upgrade your home office needs. Plus, with all of its design and color options, you can get one for everyone in your family!

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