The Logitech Pebble M350 is the new arrival in slim and sleek office use budget-friendly mouse. It is designed for people who use a laptop for an extended period of time and want to switch to a comfortable wireless mouse.
The things that really stand out with this mouse is its minimal design and the price, it is going to be available for about 25 to 30 dollars when it gets released.
Now let’s jump into the review of the device. This little pebble came in the mail, here’s what was in the box; the mouse, of course, a USB dongle and a battery, that was included very kind of Logitech.
Starting off with the visuals of this mouse, it is a very slim and modern mouse, definitely on the smaller side compared to many of the other mice out there.
This thing is only twenty 26.5mm in height and is very lightweight, it weighs in only at 100 grams. The build quality on this Mouse isn’t exactly the greatest build quality, you’re not getting like a premium Mouse here or anything but for $25 I would say it is definitely acceptable.
The finish of this mouse is really nice, I have it here in black but it comes with two other color options; white and pink, so when choosing a color for this Mouse you can definitely find something that’s gonna work for your setup whether you have like a whole white set up and all black or you want to mix and match things up you definitely have some options.
If you take a close look at this mouse it actually kind of looks like an Apple Magic Mouse except it does have a little bit of a hump in the back but I think Logitech included a the hump on purpose so that it’ll be a little more comfortable while using the mouse.
While we’re on the subject of comfort one thing I like about Logitech as a company they always think about ergonomics when designing their mice. If you look closely at most of the mice that they make especially the latest ones they really put some thought into making the mouse actually comfortable to use while making it look good.
This little pebble is definitely a result of Logitech’s work, you get the comfort as well as the minimal modern look. Another thing to note here is they really wanted to focus on how quiet it is and this thing is extremely quiet.
I did a comparison test between this little guy and the Logitech Triathlon I put a decibel reader about 6 inches away from both of them and then test it to see how loud each Mouse was and here were the results. So when I did a regular click on the Logitech pebble it came in at around 45 decibels and then afterward I tested the triathlon which did about 63 decibels. If you do the math between the Pebble and the Triathlon 45 decibels versus 63 decibels, the Logitech pebble is 40 percent quieter than the Logitech triathlon and that’s a huge huge difference.
I also did a scroll wheel test on the pebble and the decibel reader wasn’t able to pick that up at all, so this thing is definitely quiet. Most of Logitech’s previous-gen mice like M720 Triathlon have the same click mechanics so if you’re looking for something that’s better for late-night working sessions or office environments then this Logitech pebble is definitely for you.
Now let’s get into the guts of the little Pebble, the way to open this mouse is on the top side. Over here you simply put your fingernail on this edge and it comes off. It is held together with a little magnet system and is held pretty nicely so I wouldn’t worry about this thing falling off if you accidentally drop it on the floor. It is probably going to come off but if you put it back on it stays on pretty firmly.
Anyways if we look inside of the mouse here we can see that there’s a little USB dongle that has a little storage compartment here as well as a AA battery that will last you up to 18 months or 1.5 years which is definitely a long time for a little mouse like this so you shouldn’t really worry about battery life.
Moving on to the connectivity of the device, you have two options, there’s the USB dongle that it comes with or you can use Bluetooth and you can connect this mouse to up to two computers.
There is a button on the back which allows you to switch between the USB and the Bluetooth connection, so you can connect it to your phone and your computer.
In terms of software, Logitech doesn’t give you any option to customize this Mouse it actually won’t even detect this mouse using the Logitech app so the only customization you have is the scroll speed using your default operating system settings.
Considering all the features of this mouse there are few things that really stand out to me. One of them, of course, is the portability, the portability on this thing is cool because you can just simply throw it in your bag and use it on the go.
To conclude, the Logitech Pebble M350 mouse offers a great deal considering its low price point. It is perfect for daily office use and a little bit of productivity. This was all from my side, I hope you enjoyed the roundup. Stay tuned for exciting technology content. If you have any queries then make sure to drop down a comment below.