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Windows 7: Logitech Unifying Mice

29 Dec 2009   #1

W7x64 Pro, SuSe 12.1/** W7 x64 Pro, XP MCE
 
 
Logitech Unifying Mice

After finding a item in my Start Menu's Logitech directory for this software, that I hadn't noticed before, I did some Googling to learn about it. But as is sometimes the case, the more one learns, the more questions that they have, and the more that one searches for answers, the more they become confused.

I already have mice coming out of my ears, but apparently none of them are compatible with this. On the surface, the concept sounds appealing, but I'm still not clear on how I might apply this to my needs. It speaks of a receiver that somehow connects multiple computers to a single mouse, but unless those computers are not already connected to some common point, I don't understand how it is done?

In my case, ultimately I will have two computers that are remote from each other, except a connection via a wireless router. Since the receiver would only be plugged into one unit, how would it permit a mouse to control functions on the other unit...or could it?

I found a couple of mice that are compatible with this, but they aren't cheap. Is there a comprehensive list of compatible mice available somewhere?


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