04-17-2013 12:14 PM
Hi, i want to know the diffrence between the poducts, m185 and m235. Highlight the feature difrence or is the price diffrence justified?
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04-18-2013 12:15 PM
In order to know what are the differences between the Wireless Mouse M185 and the Wireless Mouse M235, please check out the following FAQs:
I hope this information helps!
04-18-2013 12:21 PM
Hi, thank you for the link. Went through both but still could not understand the diffrence. And why the price diffrence between the two! If you could elaborate or explain, it will be kind of you
04-18-2013 12:49 PM - edited 04-18-2013 12:52 PM
The main difference between these mice would be that the M235 mouse comes with Power & Battery Indicator lights, while the M185 doesn't.
That's why there is a slight difference in price as well.
Let me know if this answers your question
04-19-2013 11:47 AM
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11-29-2013 07:58 PM
Actually I wish customer service actually took the products and compared them side by side as it's their own products or at least look at the back of the packaging. Not only does the M325 have the light, the middle wheel can be clicked left and right for browser back and forward functions, the edges are made of rubber instead of plastic, and the storage compartment for the receiver is different.
10-10-2014 10:05 AM
The m325 is a newer and more upmarket mouse, it is also more expensive.
Don't confuse THREE TWO FIVE and TWO THREE FIVE.
I'm currently holding a m185 alongside my older m310. I like the size of the m310 - but the m185 tracking is far far superior (feels like a device 10 years newer...) and I can almost use it like a pencil (thumb and ring finger grip, palm resting on the bed - to move the cursor across the screen) whereas the m310 is old-style - broader strokes required to compensate less accuracy.
Both great. LED looks nice on the m310 - m185 has none, but I never miss it - never turn it off and never changed the battery. In fact I set a 3 month recurring alarm in my phone to check the battery for leakage, as that's probably more a risk than it actually running out of juice!
Maybe Logitech's next move will be to take away this risk - hardware damaged by leaking batteries - something I'm sure won't be far away as power requirements continue to shrink.
10-22-2014 11:02 PM
I am still confuse with the different
there are different about the smoothess tracking?
which one the choose if will use for design work that need the accurate and smooth track?