One spin is all it takes
Scroll. Lift finger. Repeat. And repeat. And repeat.
Sound familiar? If you’re tired of inch-worming through long documents and Web pages, take hyper-fast scrolling for a spin to fly instead of crawl.
Scroll a lot?
Your spreadsheets and documents are getting longer. Your digital photo and music libraries are bursting at the seams. And you’re glued to long Web pages that have you scrolling and scrolling and …. To get through it all, you’re doing a whole lot of scrolling. We’re talking 26 feet of it in your average eight-hour day, according to a Logitech study.
That’s where hyper-fast scrolling comes in.
From zero to line 10,000 in 7 seconds
When you need to do some long-distance scrolling, hyper-fast scrolling unleashes the speed demon inside. What’s going on under the hood? The ratchet-scrolling mechanism you’re used to retracts so the wheel can spin with virtually no friction.
Seven seconds. That’s how long some of our scroll wheels spin freely—speeding you through hundreds of pages or thousands of rows.
And, oh yeah, it’s got precision handling too. With normal click-to-click scrolling, you can navigate your lists, slides, and images with the line-by-line control you need.