Logitech Signature M650: A quiet wireless mouse for big, small, or left hands

Logitech Signature M650 in the rose colorway.

Enlarge / Logitech Signature M650 in the rose colorway. (credit: Scharon Harding)

Specs at a glance: Logitech Signature M650
Sensor Optical (model not disclosed)
Connectivity options Bluetooth Low Energy or 2.4 GHz dongle
Programmable buttons 3
Onboard profiles 0
Lighting None
Size Standard: 4.22×2.43×1.49 inches
(107.19×61.80×37.8 mm)
Large: 4.65×2.58×1.63 inches
(118.19×65.65×41.52 mm)
Weight Medium: 3.57 ounces (101.2 g)
Large: 3.92 ounces (111.2 g)
Warranty 1 year
Price (MSRP) $40
Other perks AA battery included
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Many mice offer very basic functionality—left-click, right-click, scroll wheel, and not much more. Others boast a range of programmable buttons, premium sensor specs, USB-C charging, and other features for power users. But what if you don’t need that extreme level of functionality but don’t want something cheap and bare-bones, either?

Released this past week, the Logitech Signature M650 wireless mouse is a middle-ground device that supports Windows, macOS, Linux, Chrome OS, iPadOS, and Android. It doesn’t have the most advanced features, but it isn’t basic, either. And by skipping some add-ons, like multiple Bluetooth profiles, the mouse is able to maintain an affordable $40 price point.

Logitech’s latest cord-free mouse also comes in three different versions: a standard size, a large size, and a large left-handed version, providing something for everyone—unless you have a smaller left hand, that is.

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