Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue

(13 customer reviews)

Original price was: $39.99.Current price is: $33.99.

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  • Your hand can relax in comfort hour after hour with this ergonomically designed mouse. Its contoured shape with soft rubber grips, gently curved sides and broad Palm area give you the support you need for effortless control all day long.
  • You’ve got the control to do more, Faster. Flipping through photo albums and web pages is a breeze, especially for right-hander three standard buttons plus back/forward buttons that you can also program to switch applications, go full screen and more. And side-to-side scrolling Plus zoom gives you the power to scroll horizontally and vertically through your music library, maps and Facebook feeds, and zoom in and out of photos and budget spreadsheets with a click.
  • Two years of battery life practically eliminates the need to replace batteries. ** the on/off switch helps conserve power, smart sleep mode extends battery life and an indicator light eliminates surprises. ** Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions.
  • The tiny Logitech Unifying receiver stays in your laptop. There’s no need to unplug it when you move around, so there’s less worry of it being lost. And you can easily add compatible wireless mice and keyboards to the same wireless receiver.
Wireless Type

‎802.11abg, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency

Number of USB 2.0 Ports






Item model number


Hardware Platform

‎Laptop, PC

Operating System

‎Linux, Chrome OS, Windows 7, Windows 10

Item Weight

‎3.2 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎3.5 x 3 x 2 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎3.5 x 3 x 2 inches


‎Dark Blue

Power Source

‎Battery Powered


‎2 AA batteries required. (included)



Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

‎December 24, 2011

13 reviews for Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse – Comfortable Shape with USB Unifying Receiver, with Back/Forward Buttons and Side-to-Side Scrolling, Blue

  1. andymand

    I work at home 100% of the time and use a work-issued laptop and (currently) a Chromebox (like a Chromebook, but not as portable). So that I’m not constantly swiveling my chair between the two devices, I have them — and one keyboard, one display, and one mouse — connected to a KVM switch. That’s how I flip between the two computers, when needed.

    I’m left-handed, so that tends to limit me to ambidextrous/symmetrical mice. About 6.5 years ago, I found that the M510 was about the right feel in my large hand (Logitech discontinued a larger wireless mouse that I used to use until it started to fail), so I plugged the Unifying Receiver into the USB port for the keyboard and set about computing and never really looked back.

    Fast-forward to a week or two ago and I noticed that my drag-and-drop operations were not going well. I’d click, drag, and the item I was dragging (e.g., a browser tab) would often get dropped somewhere unintended. So I’d have to figure out where it was accidentally dropped and try again. I suspect there were other, similar mouse-related problems I was facing, but that was the biggest one.

    I imagined that the microswitch for the left mouse button was becoming clicked as desired, but then would (due to age? dirt? whatever?) “unclick” on its own, causing the problems.

    As a fix, I tried pressing really hard on the button for the click and hoping that would prevent the unintended unclick, but after a couple of passes doing that, I’d forget, click lightly, and the unintended-unclick problem would come right back.

    Since I didn’t want to spend the next month trying to train myself to click harder on a failing mouse, I found an M510 on Amazon, placed and order and… was told that it would arrive the following week. Ugh. Not what I wanted to see.

    However, as luck would have it, I got a “your order will be delivered sooner than expected” email and sure enough, I got it two days later (today).

    In the intervening two days, though, I saw that my wife had a spare M510 sitting on one of her office shelves. I tested its batteries as good, swapped out my old Unifying Receiver and mouse for her “new” ones and… nothing. 🙁

    I tried over and over and powered off the KVM and then back on and… still nothing. I asked her to test the spare M510 on her Windows machine and she said it worked perfectly, so clearly there was something in her spare M510 that was preventing it from working with my KVM.

    Of course, this scared me a little because if this new M510 I’d ordered was going to not work for me like her spare M510 didn’t work for me, then I’d be right back where I started, with a misbehaving old M510. Ugh.

    Anyhoo, I removed my old Unifying Receiver, turned off my old mouse, opened the new M510 package, installed the new Unifying Receiver, turned on the new M510 mouse and… it works!

    Hopefully, I’ll get another 6.5 years of service out of this new one.

    Also, if the new one is effectively identical to the old one, I only found myself replacing its 2 AA batteries once a year or so, which I found to be perfectly acceptable.

    Honestly, I was hoping that the M510 price would have been a lot less, given that this model has probably been around for a decade now, but I was in a pinch and probably would have paid double (Erp! Pretend I didn’t say that!) so that I didn’t have to try to find a different mouse that fit my hand.

    Anyway, happy Logitech and Amazon customer and glad it’s working again. (I even briefly tried reversing the mouse buttons and that was like trying to ride a bicycle backwards while blindfolded. Thanks but no thanks.)

  2. David N. Currey

    I’ve purchased this mouse four times, once for my laptop, and three times for my PC. I find it is very comfortable. Other mice have caused me intense wrist pain. That’s why I put up with this mouse’s one problem that seems to crop up every few years. That one problem is that eventually the electric eye doesn’t register the movement of the mouse properly. No amount of cleaning the eye or changing the battery will fix it, and it becomes very aggravating to use. At that point, I take great solace in blasting the mouse to smithereens. In once instance, I threw it into the bathtub so hard that it shattered into over a dozen pieces. The last time, I slammed it so hard on my mousepad that it broke into about five pieces, and no telling how many small parts flying around. But, I like the mouse so well when it works properly, that it is worth buying again.

  3. Gibson

    I bought this mouse in November 2020. It stopped working on 24th March 2021. Such a pity as I liked the ergonomics and the way it worked. Unusual for Logitech products not to be robust.

  4. terry

    small for my liking but it works as my hearthstone lay on the bed mouse

  5. Eric S.

    This is a great mouse. It’s feels pretty heavy which gives it a solid, quality feel. My old, cheap mouse would sometimes need the receiver unplugged and re-plugged in to make it work again. No problems like that with this mouse

  6. V-s.

    I kept it as a spare, but won’t use it unless emergency if other breaks down. I dislike the feel of handling it as I’ve quite small hands and i could tell fairly swiftly my fingers would hurt from stretching to keep clicking , that’s why i got a clunky brick type ergonomic sideways type instead which is perfect.

  7. Ravic5

    Logitech M510 BLUE – Either Logitech have gone downhill or this item was faulty, though the seller won’t accept that. The scroll does it’s own thing- ie continues to scroll on it’s own. The select button (left click) doesn’t allow you to do anything other than click – you can’t copy and paste via this button nor can you rotate objects in games as it just wanders off and does it’s own thing. The receiver can’t connect unless extremely close. Overall it’s totally useless and very frustrating to use. On the plus side it feels nice in the hand and looks very attractive, BUT I need a mouse that works not an ornament. AVOID THIS AT ALL COSTS.

  8. Rob

    Great mouse easy to set up and very comfortable to use. Very happy with this purchase. Didn’t give any stars for gaming as I don’t use it for gaming, so cant review for that.

  9. Hamstar

    Logitech M510 Wireless Computer Mouse: This mouse is simply amazing. The battery, seems like, last forever. I bought mine in 2019 and I replaced its battery twice. Its shape is very comfortable in hands. I wish it had an odometer to show how many miles I have tracked across my mouse pad.

    I don’t recommend this mouse for hardcore gaming–casual gaming should be fine though. Everything else, this Might Mouse will save your day!

  10. Miriam Doyle

    It just works, and lasts.
    Dual batteries means teh charge lasts longer.

    As a mouse, however, some may find it a tad ‘heavy’ – but you’ll get used to that.

  11. James

    Have had this mouse for a couple of weeks and while it feels good in the hand and looks great, it really doesn’t work very well. I use it for all things including games but trying to move the cursor around the screen is a nightmare. You want to move it an inch and it either jumps across the screen or refuses to move. If you lift the mouse and move it around it starts working again but soon the cursor will start sticking and jumping again. While I will keep this mouse as a spare it is too frustrating to continue to use. I’ve had a Logitech wireless mouse previously and have not had these issues but this has persuaded me to go for a wired mouse again to see if that helps. A shame because the mouse looks and feels great in the hand but I could not recommend it, especially for games.

  12. Kimberly Campbell

    Fast delivery. Thank you

  13. careful consumer

    You can’t beat the dependability of a Logitech mouse. I have tried others and they just don’t have the staying power. I don’t buy the least expensive, but this medium price mouse is great for my purposes.

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