Logitech Wireless Mouse M525

HK$ 299
Wireless Mouse M525 Red
Available colors
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The perfect mix of performance, precision, price.

Scroll wheel for the control freak

Scroll wheel for the control freak

Our innovative micro-precise wheel packs more grooves per millimeter giving, you the ultimate navigation experience.

Built for hands like yours

Built for hands like yours

With its ergonomically shaped design and soft rubber grips, this mouse is built for comfort.

Go for years

Go for years

You’ll get three years of battery life.* It’s so hassle free you might just forget it runs on batteries.

* Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions. Visit www.Logitech.com/MouseBattery for more information about the way we test the battery life of mice.

Wireless Mouse M525 Red

For those who want the perfect mix of performance, precision and price. With a micro-precise scroll wheel for the ultimate online navigation experience and ergonomic shape.

Micro-precise scroll wheel

Micro-precise scroll wheel

With more grooves per millimeter, our new scroll wheel gives you the ultimate navigation experience. It makes scrolling through long web pages faster and easier

Ergonomically shaped

Ergonomically shaped

The ergonomically shaped design and soft rubber grips conform to your hand to be naturally comfortable, and the compact size makes it easy to take with you wherever you use your computer—at home, at work, or anywhere else.

3-year battery life*

3-year battery life*

With the world’s longest-lasting battery, you can practically forget about changing batteries. Plus, the smart sleep mode saves power, while an indicator light eliminates surprises.

Logitech Unifying receiver

The tiny receiver connects up to 6 Unifying-compatible devices. Add a keyboard, switch between mice, mix and match to fit your lifestyle. All without having to change nano receivers or sacrifice another USB port.

Learn more about the Unifying receiver.

Logitech Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless

Logitech Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless

You get the reliability of a cord with wireless convenience and freedom—fast data transmission and virtually no delays or dropouts.

Laser-grade tracking

Laser-grade tracking

Logitech Advanced Optical Technology delivers laser-grade precision over the most challenging surfaces—including smooth, glossy surfaces—that are problematic for standard optical mice. All while using less power so you get longer battery life and more convenience.

Page back/forward (Web)

Page back/forward

To make surfing your favorite websites easier, you can move the tilt wheel left or right to move backward or forward while you’re surfing the Web.**

* Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions. Visit Logitech.com/MouseBattery for more information about the way we test the battery life of mice.
** The optical sensor does not work on glass or mirrors. If you’re looking for a mouse that will track on glass, click here.
*** Tilt wheel will not support backward/forward on Mac® computers but will support Dashboard, Exposé® or Spaces® (when selected in System Preferences).

Powering your mouse

The power of convenience

For you, having a wireless mouse is all about convenience. Any time you need new batteries it’s a hassle.

That’s why we’re hard at work figuring out ways to extend the battery life of every mouse we sell. And it’s why we make some mice that let you go more than a year without changing the batteries. Because we happen to think that fewer batteries are better for you. (And better for the planet, too.)

On and on and on

The longer your battery life, the less hassle you face. No lugging around batteries when you’re on the go. No wasting time and money on frequent changes.

Pick a mouse with batteries that last a year, 15 months, 18 months—or even three years—and you might just forget it runs on batteries at all.

See all mice with extended battery life.

Charge, not change

Don’t want to deal with changing batteries at all? We’ve got rechargeable mice, too. You just place your mouse in its recharging stand or plug in the USB cord when you’re done using it, and you’ll always be ready to go.

Check out all of our rechargeable mice.

Bells and whistles

Mice that turn off automatically. Buttons that help you conserve battery life. Battery indicator-lights.

Many Logitech wireless mice are designed to help your batteries last longer. By automatically putting your mouse to sleep when you aren’t using it. By offering On/Off buttons that let you manually turn off your mouse. With battery indicator-lights that help prevent surprises—so you know you can count on your mouse when you need it most.

Some mice combine auto off, On/Off buttons, and battery indicator-lights.

See all mice with additional battery features.

Logitech® Unifying receiver

Plug it. Forget it. Add to it. You’ve got the Logitech® Unifying receiver.

The Unifying receiver stays in your notebook, so there’s no need to unplug it when you move around. It’s so tiny, you won’t need to worry about the receiver breaking off or getting lost.

Download Connection software now.

And it’s easy to add a compatible wireless keyboard or mouse to the same receiver. Build your ideal combo. Add something. Replace something. It’s as simple as can be and you’ll use only one USB port.

Learn more about Unifying.

Uniting your setup

Your laptop is convenient. You use it on the couch, in the kitchen, at the coffee shop—wherever you want. Logitech makes your laptop as comfortable as it is convenient with portable mice and notebook-ready keyboards.

The Logitech® Unifying receiver takes convenience a step further.

The Logitech® Unifying receiver is a tiny, leave-in wireless receiver. Smaller than most coins, the Unifying receiver not only makes it easy to use a wireless keyboard, mouse, or number pad, it also works with up to six devices.

Plug it in

With the tiny wireless receiver, there’s no need to plug and unplug when you’re on the move. Or deal with the hassle of multiple receivers. The tiny Logitech® Unifying receiver stays in your notebook and lets you add devices as you need them.

Forget about it

The Unifying receiver is small and always ready. So small, in fact, you can leave it plugged into your USB port when you’re on the move—without worrying about breaking or losing it.

Add to it

It’s fast and easy to add a compatible wireless mouse, keyboard, or number pad to your receiver. You can mix, match, upgrade, or replace up to six devices—now or in the future—using just one USB port. To connect a new device, you simply open the connection software, click “Pair new device”, and turn the device off and on. That’s it.

Download Connection software now.

A tiny dynamo

The Unifying receiver packs plenty of power. Built with Logitech® Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity, Logitech mice with the Unifying receiver give you the reliability of a cord—with the freedom of cordless. You’ll enjoy fast data transmission with virtually no delays or dropouts.

Plug it. Forget it. Add to it. You’ve got the Logitech Unifying receiver.

Compatible with Logitech® Unifying receivers

Looking for a mouse or keyboard (or number pad) that is Unifying compatible? We’ll help you find the right one.

Wireless mice. Cut the cord.

You don’t have to stay tied to your desk. Or live with the chaos of cords.

With Logitech wireless mice, you’re free. Free to be more productive and comfortable on the go. To keep your desk clutter-free. And to say “no thanks” to your notebook’s tricky touch pad.

With a variety of wireless options, you’re also free to pick which type of wireless works best for you. But don’t worry—we’re here to untangle all the terminology and technology.

The power player: Advanced 2.4 GHz

Logitech Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless delivers even more robust, reliable performance than ever before, effectively eliminating delays and dropouts (compared to conventional 2.4 GHz and 27 MHz wireless technologies).

Even in the busiest wireless environments, such as a busy airport or high-tech office, Logitech Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless technology delivers the reliability of a cord plus cordless convenience and freedom.

Your mouse is automatically paired with the receiver plugged into your computer and minimizes conflicts with other devices. So, you can use your mouse with the most demanding applications and know that every move you make will be carried out instantaneously. It uses less battery power than other wireless technologies, too.

Read the white paper.

Just plain easy: Bluetooth®

No dongle, no cord—Bluetooth® mice give you a hassle-free connection to your Bluetooth-enabled computer.

Get connected with our Bluetooth® mice.

Back to basics: 27 MHz

For a basic wireless connection, 27 MHz wireless technology is reliable. You can use it up to six feet away with less chance of interference in your home or small office because the band isn’t widely used.


SetPoint™ Software. Your mouse gets personal.

A mouse makeover

Your mouse gets the job done. It clicks. It scrolls. It gets you where you want to go. It might even do some fancy things—like zoom or flip documents.

But did you know you can customize your Logitech mouse to work the way you want it to? SetPoint™ software makes it easy.

If you don’t have SetPoint, you can download it here.

If you have SetPoint, open it by clicking on the SetPoint icon (it’s the tiny mouse and keyboard in your tray, if you’re running Windows®) Or, you can select Logitech>Mouse and Keyboard>Mouse and Keyboard Settings from the Windows Start menu.

Your buttons, your way

Got a button you just don’t use? You can change its function to suit your needs. Maybe your mouse has a zoom button, but you’d prefer to use it for document flipping. Here’s all you need to do:

  • Open SetPoint
  • Find your mouse
  • Choose the button you want to change
  • Pick what you want it to do

  • With some mice, like the MX™ Revolution and VX™ Revolution, you can even assign different functions to a button for different programs.

    Pointer power

    Your cursor is under your control with SetPoint. To move the way you want to, you can change the pointer speed and acceleration, turn on pointer trails, and enable Smart Move to automatically move the pointer to the default button in dialog boxes. In some cases, it also lets you adjust the scrolling speed.

    Get ready for game time

    Gamers, we’ve got a little something for you in there, too. You can enable game detection and choose game mode settings that give you the competitive edge.

    Got juice?

    Is the end near for your batteries? It’s easy to find out—you just click the Mouse Batteries tab to see how they’re doing. With some mice, it will even let you know how much time they’ve got left.

    Need more help? Get step-by-step instructions for your mouse.

    Logitech® Advanced Optical Tracking: More Mousing on More Surfaces

    More Mousing on More Surfaces  

    From Amazon® to Netflix® to Facebook® , the computer has become the hub of entertainment and information. But in order to enjoy all computers and the Internet have to offer, you need something to help you navigate through this vast digital world. That’s where the trusty computer mouse comes in.

    While more and more people are using laptops and netbooks, many prefer the ease of a mouse to the tricky finger maneuvers needed to navigate with a built-in touchpad. However, thanks to the portability of these computers, mice are now being used in more places and on more surfaces—from the local café’s metal tables to your tile kitchen countertop to the polished wood desk in your home office. Glossy surfaces such as these can be a challenge for standard optical mice without a mouse pad. But who wants to carry around one more thing?

    Logitech Advanced Optical Tracking can track on most of these challenging surfaces and improve battery life—making it an ideal choice wherever you use your mouse.

    Tracking innovation: It’s all about the angles

    When Logitech engineers sought to improve the performance of optical technology on these glossy surfaces, they took inspiration from laser mice—which offer more precision on more surfaces than their optical counterparts.

    Standard optical and laser mice have the same basic components—a light source that illuminates the surface beneath the mouse, a lens that captures the scattered light and a sensor that processes the image captured by the lens. The more surface detail the light can illuminate, the easier it is for the sensor to identify reference points that it can use to accurately measure motion.

    The main differences between optical and laser mice have been the light source used and the angle of the sensor. Standard optical mice use an LED light and look for scattered (or diffused) light from a sensor directly above the surface. Laser mice use laser light, which illuminates surfaces in far greater detail than LED light, and typically look for scattered light from the specular (or reflective) direction, which also helps illuminate greater surface contrasts. Because of the stronger light source and more efficient placement of the sensor, traditional laser mice are superior to standard optical mice at tracking on smooth, glossy surfaces with little contrast such as ceramic tile, metal and polished wood.
    (Some Logitech laser mice can even track on glass thanks to their use of darkfield microscopy.)

    Learn more about Logitech® Darkfield Laser Tracking™.

    Tracking innovation: It’s all about the angles
    Building a better (optical) mouse  

    Building a better (optical) mouse

    While Logitech Advanced Optical Tracking uses LED light, we’ve moved the sensor from a position perpendicular to the surface to an angle similar to that of a laser mouse. Logitech mice with Advanced Optical Tracking look for scattered light from the specular (or reflective) direction—like a laser mouse—instead of capturing light from above—like standard optical mice.

    By changing the angle, the sensor can collect more light and get a clearer snapshot of the surface. And as a result, the sensor registers surface contrast better. Because Logitech mice with Advanced Optical Tracking can process more surface contrast, tracking is more precise over a greater variety of surfaces, including many of the smooth, glossy surfaces that are problematic for standard optical mice. And—as an added bonus—because the sensor collects more light than a traditional optical mouse’s sensor, less light is needed to illuminate the surface. So mice with Logitech Advanced Optical Tracking can conserve power and you’ll enjoy the convenience of a longer battery life.

    Get into your digital world

    If you think about it for a moment, when you have a mouse that tracks on more surfaces and gets a better battery life, then you can forget about the tools (i.e., the mouse) that help you get into your what you love more, and focus more on what you love. While that might not be sexy, we think it’s pretty important.

    Logitech Advanced Optical Tracking.Better tracking, better battery life. Better mousing when you’re getting into your digital world.



    Get into your digital world

    Logitech® Laser-grade tracking: More Mousing on More Surfaces

    More Mousing on More Surfaces  

    From Amazon® to Netflix® to Facebook® , the computer has become the hub of entertainment and information. But in order to enjoy all computers and the Internet have to offer, you need something to help you navigate through this vast digital world. That’s where the trusty computer mouse comes in.

    While more and more people are using laptops and netbooks, many prefer the ease of a mouse to the tricky finger maneuvers needed to navigate with a built-in touchpad. However, thanks to the portability of these computers, mice are now being used in more places and on more surfaces—from the local café’s metal tables to your tile kitchen countertop to the polished wood desk in your home office. Glossy surfaces such as these can be a challenge for standard optical mice without a mouse pad. But who wants to carry around one more thing?

    Logitech Laser-grade tracking can track on most of these challenging surfaces and improve battery life—making it an ideal choice wherever you use your mouse.

    Tracking innovation: It’s all about the angles

    When Logitech engineers sought to improve the performance of optical technology on these glossy surfaces, they took inspiration from laser mice—which offer more precision on more surfaces than their optical counterparts.

    Standard optical and laser mice have the same basic components—a light source that illuminates the surface beneath the mouse, a lens that captures the scattered light and a sensor that processes the image captured by the lens. The more surface detail the light can illuminate, the easier it is for the sensor to identify reference points that it can use to accurately measure motion.

    The main differences between optical and laser mice have been the light source used and the angle of the sensor. Standard optical mice use an LED light and look for scattered (or diffused) light from a sensor directly above the surface. Laser mice use laser light, which illuminates surfaces in far greater detail than LED light, and typically look for scattered light from the specular (or reflective) direction, which also helps illuminate greater surface contrasts. Because of the stronger light source and more efficient placement of the sensor, traditional laser mice are superior to standard optical mice at tracking on smooth, glossy surfaces with little contrast such as ceramic tile, metal and polished wood. (Some Logitech laser mice can even track on glass thanks to their use of darkfield microscopy.)

    Learn more about Logitech® Darkfield Laser Tracking™.

    Tracking innovation: It’s all about the angles
    Building a better (optical) mouse  

    Building a better (optical) mouse

    While Logitech Laser-grade tracking uses LED light, we’ve moved the sensor from a position perpendicular to the surface to an angle similar to that of a laser mouse. Logitech mice with Laser-grade tracking look for scattered light from the specular (or reflective) direction—like a laser mouse—instead of capturing light from above—like standard optical mice.

    By changing the angle, the sensor can collect more light and get a clearer snapshot of the surface. And as a result, the sensor registers surface contrast better. Because Logitech mice with Laser-grade tracking can process more surface contrast, tracking is more precise over a greater variety of surfaces, including many of the smooth, glossy surfaces that are problematic for standard optical mice. And—as an added bonus—because the sensor collects more light than a traditional optical mouse’s sensor, less light is needed to illuminate the surface. So mice with Logitech Laser-grade tracking can conserve power and you’ll enjoy the convenience of a longer battery life.

    Get into your digital world

    If you think about it for a moment, when you have a mouse that tracks on more surfaces and gets a better battery life, then you can forget about the tools (i.e., the mouse) that help you get into your what you love more, and focus more on what you love. While that might not be sexy, we think it’s pretty important.

    Logitech Advanced Optical Tracking.Better tracking, better battery life. Better mousing when you’re getting into your digital world.



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    System Requirements

      • Windows® XP, Windows Vista® or Windows® 7, Windows® 8
      • Mac OS® X 10.5 or later
      • Linux® kernel 2.6+
      • USB port
      • Internet access


    Warranty Information

    • 3-year limited hardware warranty

    Package Contents

    • Mouse
    • Logitech Unifying receiver
    • 2 AA batteries
    • User documentation

    Part Number

    • PN 910-002753
    • PN 910-002607
    • PN 910-002606
    • PN 910-002605

    Logitech® Laser-grade tracking: More Mousing on More Surfaces

    Wireless Mouse M525

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