Logitech Signature M650 L Full Size Wireless Mouse – For Large Sized Hands, 2-Year Battery, Silent Clicks, Customizable Side Buttons, Bluetooth,…

(8 customer reviews)

$39.00

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  • Scroll smarter: With Logitech Signature M650 Wireless Mouse you get line-by-line precision for documents and super-fast scrolling for long web pages; simply switch modes with a flick of the SmartWheel
  • The optimal fit for your hand: This comfortable full size mouse is designed for larger hands, for the optimal fit
  • Upgrade your comfort: This work mouse provides long hours of comfort thanks to a contoured shape, soft thumb area, and rubber side grips that keep your hand snug and in place
  • Connect the way you like: Connect this cordless computer mouse in an instant via Bluetooth Low Energy or Logi Bolt USB receiver
  • Less noise, more focus: Whether working at the office or at home, Logitech Signature M650 is a quiet mouse, allowing you to enjoy 90 percent less click noise with SilentTouch technology
  • Customizable side buttons: Customize the side buttons on the computer mouse with Logitech Options plus, available on Windows and macOS, to your favorite shortcuts – like back/forward or copy/paste
  • 24 month battery life: Work for up to 2 years on the single AA battery that comes with your multi-device mouse
  • Works on multiple platforms: Experience seamless compatibility with Windows, macOS, Linux, Chrome OS, ipadOS, and Android operating systems with Logitech Signature M650 wireless Bluetooth mouse
Average Battery Life in hours

‎24 months

Brand

‎Logitech

Series

‎M650 L

Item model number

‎910-006265

Hardware Platform

‎PC, Linux, Mac

Operating System

‎Linux, Chrome OS

Item Weight

‎3.92 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎4.65 x 2.58 x 1.63 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎4.65 x 2.58 x 1.63 inches

Color

‎Black

Power Source

‎Battery Powered

Manufacturer

‎Logitech

Country of Origin

‎China

Date First Available

‎January 11, 2022

8 reviews for Logitech Signature M650 L Full Size Wireless Mouse – For Large Sized Hands, 2-Year Battery, Silent Clicks, Customizable Side Buttons, Bluetooth,…

  1. Steve

    One of my most favourite mice I’ve ever owned I bought about ten years ago from a small brand that made silent mice – they’ve since gone out of business, and the mouse broke a long time ago. I’ve longed to find a silent mouse to replace it ever since, but have never found the perfect one. Logitech does make other silent ones, and has for years, but for some reason made the decision we don’t need back/forward buttons on those mice so they’ve never been a proper alternative for me.

    Enter the M650 L! The scroll wheel doesn’t make a sound, and in the quietest room I could find the clicks are only a very very faint and very soft/pleasing click sound – hardly heard above the white noise of your typical environment anyway.

    It’s comfortable, it’s ergonomic, and it’s dead quiet. You don’t realize how much you hate the typical and audible “click” of a mouse until you’ve gone without with for a while!

    Size wise: The “Large” version of this mouse I would say equates to a typical mouse size and is about the same size as my Logitech M720. I wouldn’t let the large wording deter you, I would have called them “Normal” and “Small” because I feel most people probably want the large unless you have small hands or want something smaller for a travel bag.

  2. Will H.

    (+):

    Mouse click button is quiet – can play Starcraft 2 as Terran without people next room noticing at night.

    Mouse scroll wheel is quiet – its more quiet than on the g703 (gaming mouse). the m590 on the otherhand is noisy for a supposedly quiet mouse (wheel grinding sound when scrolling rapidly)

    Mouse tracking is good – supposedly google search say this uses the same sensor as the Logitech M720 Triathlon so that means max polling is 125Hz with receiver, 133Hz over Bluetooth. I have found no problem with tracking while playing Starcraft 2 or world war z.

    (-):

    Mouse side buttons is LOUD and a little loose when clicking – yes be warned – its louder than my g703 gaming mouse. I don’t understand why Logitech can’t just improve the side buttons using the m590 as the base. Otherwise, the positioning is great, easy to click. Doesn’t rattle yet when you move the mouse around.

    Bolt receiver – annoying as I have mx key/mx ergo / m590 / m570 using universal receiver and now I have to use up another usb port just for this mouse as its not compatible

    Software is Option+ – keeps crashing – maybe its because I have option installed as well. Doesnt affect performance. It did impact my m590 as for some reason the m590 scroll wheel stops working until I reopen Option.

    There is a M750 L which is basically a M650 but with an extra button to switch between different devices on bolts. If you are not in a rush to buy best wait for that one. Its out in China now…..
    https://www.logitech.com.cn/zh-cn/products/mice/m750-signature-plus-wireless-mouse.html

    Conclusion:

    If you already have a working quiet mouse (m330 or m590) the M650L would be a good choice if you need a comfy full size quiet mouse now and you cannot find the m330 or m590 on sale. Otherwise, I’d say wait a bit for the M750 to be launched in US/CAN and….pray they fix the side buttons.

    so close to absolute quietness logitech! so close!!!

  3. Mark Whitlock

    M650 L Full Size Wireless Mouse – For Large Sized Hands

    Who’s hands did they measure?
    This was made with the same mentality as the people that make shoes.
    They use some person with tiny skinny feet or hands as a pattern, assuming everyone is made the same.
    I purchased this because I was looking for a LARGE mouse.
    This thing is smaller then the 3 I’m trying to replace.
    I’m 6’2″ and wear 42″ pant’s, I’m a Canadian Male, not an Asian nerd.
    This product belongs in the lady’s or kid section.

    Doe’s anyone make a rat?
    That’s what we need in Canada, a good full sized chubby rat. 😉
    Not some tiny gadget, that my hand completely covers when at rest.
    And impossible to use, without crunching and distorting my hand.

    If I seem a bit harsh, it’s well deserved.
    They have this listed as M650 L Full Size Wireless Mouse – For Large Sized Hands
    It should be listed under regular mouse for small handed tiny people.

    Another problem is, that the wheel is free to roll around, it has no tension click to stop it.
    So the slightest touch and you’re scrolling out of control, making it useless.

    I hate giving bad reviews, but this tiny little mouse, brings out the angry lion in me. 😉
    That’s my large handed opinion.

  4. Dave Hartman

    My Logitech M510 mice have better features for use on older MacBook Pro(s) and Windows Desktops but my Logitech M510 mice DO NOT work on my new MacBook Pro Late 2021 M1 with either the plug in adapter or via Bluetooth so I bought this M650 L mouse.

    The current Apple Magic Mouse is slick but the touch surface is a problem for me. I frequently cause my work on Photoshop to jump and scroll when I don’t want it to and that feature can’t be turned off in macOS 12.6.1. After a time using my friend’s 24″ iMac M1 I ruled out the Apple mouse.

    I gave this Logitech mouse only 4 stars because Logitech’s software support for this mouse on macOS 12.6.1 is lacking and I wasted time installing their software and had to manually delete it. As I recall the only thing I got from Logitech’s software was a report on the battery condition and nothing more than what macOS System Preference offers. Come on Logitech, offer better support for macOS and the M650 L mouse.

    Enough griping about Logitech. This mouse is simple, relatively inexpensive and gets the job done.

    I’ll upgrade my review to 5 stars if an when Logitech releases software that gives the same kind of support on a MBP M1 as offered before for Windows 7/10 and older macOS(s) for use with the Logitech M510.

  5. Frobisher

    I’ve been using Logitech mice and trackpads for a few decades, and I’ve been pleased with almost all of them. Because of my work I have many computers at work near each other and a similar issue at home. In almost all cases I use Logitech wireless devices with their Unifying receivers (dongles) which I like because if a dongle is lost (they’re tiny and sometimes I find that someone has disposed of a computer with the mouse in good shape so they save it and then realize they forgot to remove the tiny USB dongle, but in that case I often have an extra dongle, and the Logitech Unifying software works well to pair the mouse (or keyboard) with a different dongle.
    However, I noticed a couple of months ago that a new M705 on my main computer at home was acting oddly, and I wondered if it was just too many Logitech wireless devices to near each other.
    This mouse is sold as a “business account” device, though you can buy it with a non-business Amazon account, it just takes a bit more hunting for it. The big selling feature is that it uses different communication than the other Logitech devices, and it is supposed to be more secure, hence the business sales.
    I tried this mouse and it’s a mixed bag:
    PROS:
    1) There appears to be no interference between the old-type devices and this new one and it works well, so that solved the interference problem, if that was the issue for me.
    2) It is incredibly quiet: there is virtually no sound whatsoever, none when you click or use the wheel, certainly if there’s a ‘click sound’ it’s very very muted and I think most people would consider there to be ‘no sound’. I like that but you may not. I’ve listed it as a PRO but it won’t be for some people.
    3) This requires a new version of the Logitech Options software, named “Logitech Options +” (note the plus sign). Note that this software will comfortably exist with the older software (either Options or the older SetPoint, which you may need for other devices) and just ignores the other devices.
    4) Unlike many desktop-oriented mice these days, it has a storage area for the dongle. You may not need it often, but since there is (as yet, that I’ve seen) no equivalent of the old ‘Unifying software’ for these new devices, if you confuse which dongle is for what, you are up a creek. Also, you can buy replacement dongles for the Unifying devices, but I haven’t see one for this yet, and the dongles are pretty nondescript, unless the Unifying dongles, which have that logo on them.

    CONS:
    1) This is the cheapest-feeling Logitech device I have ever seen or used, and unlike models like the M705 which last for years, I’ll be glad if I get a couple of years out of this, as every single thing about it screams “cheap”. This is a case where you’re definitely paying for the new, more secure, communications.
    2) This isn’t a large mouse, but closer to desktop than laptop size. I mention this because the right and left click buttons are very easy to push because they take almost no pressure. Some reviewers have written that they can’t rest their fingers on those buttons because it’s too easy to press them. I don’t have this issue because I have slightly larger than average guy hands, and I rest the base of my palms on the desk so while my fingers are positioned on those buttons, there’s not enough pressure to activate them. But they are really really easy to trigger accidentally.
    3) This is a minor thing, but still: Using this mouse on a hard-surface desk, when you move it, it almost feels as though it’s going to scratch the surface. This makes sense if you compare the pure plastic contact areas on the bottom of this mouse with the higher-quality contact areas on even cheap older Logitech mice.
    4) If this didn’t have the ‘Logi’ symbol on it and someone were to hand it to me, I would assume it was some off-brand $15 mouse.

    In sum, if you aren’t forced to use this mouse, I’d stick with one of the better-made models. If, on the other hand, you like a quiet medium-sized mouse, and you prefer very easy to press buttons, you might like this. I’ve gotten used to the noise it makes when moving it on a hard surface, but at some point I’m going to look for better ‘pads’ to put on the bottom.

  6. CarltonP

    I was hesitant to go and buy a mouse for my Macbook after hearing that some wireless and bluetooth mice have issues functioning with their laptops, but this mouse was the exception. True to Logitech products, right out of the box this product works fantastically and is perfectly sized for my hand compared to their smaller mouse variants. It is also a very good weight with only one double A battery aligned vertically in the mouse.

    I would definitely recommend this product to anyone looking for a good and solid bluetooth option for any kind of laptop.

  7. Buster Brown

    I had a mouse that was nearly identical to this for many, many years. Couldn’t believe how long it kept going, though from time to time I’d dig into it and clean it all out. But I noticed I wasn’t able to move well in Minecraft and thought finally that maybe it was my mouse. So decided to get this model.
    And that solved the problem. Now I can have precise and fast control.
    I should have likely gotten a less expensive model that didn’t have as many features as this one, as I don’t have any need for the side buttons.
    That brings me to my only fault with this.
    With my old mouse, I had both side buttons assigned to do nothing if pressed. But I never pressed them.
    With this model for some reason, I am constantly pressing the left side button by accident. I have them again assigned to do nothing, but it’s a bit annoying as I always think I’ve screwed up and moved the cursor or something.
    Another thing with this that’s supposed to be an improvement, but for me, really isn’t, is the fact that my old mouse made a very small click that you could just detect when pressing mouse buttons.
    This one has no click, no nothing to give feedback to know you’ve actually pressed a button.
    I guess they figured this was good? Though likely it just made it slightly cheaper to produce.
    At any rate, I would rather have that slight feedback.
    But the unit is well made and I imagine it will last many, many years like my older one.

  8. AQ

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     TL;DR
    Try scrolling fast up and down by keeping your finger on the wheel…. doesn’t work? its because that’s a DESIGN FLAW.
    The new “Smart Wheel” BUILT-IN the mouse destroys normal -up and down- fast scrolling by DESIGN.
    So … if you have excel sheets, large documents, you need to scroll to a SPECIFIC POINT fast.
    Forget it.

    I contacted Logitech support about this, and I have 3 Logitech mice… silence…. Logitech hasn’t responded and now forcing me to post this video.

    IF YOU ARE A POWER USER who scrolls UP and DOWN consistently, ANY mouse is fine except THIS one.
    See video of what i mean of M650 vs M590.

    The Smart Wheel isn’t worth it – for everyday people who don’t care and scroll slowly Go Ahead.

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