Dwight wrote:Usually yes, but v400 is a brand new model while v500 is a year old.
Bigger number is almost always better.
Go for the bluetooth.
I use a bluetooth belkin for controlling slide shows in lectures.Is it supported through OS X or special drivers? I was thinking of using Sony Ericsson V600i mobile phone because it can be configured to use with OS X, but never really tried it. For presentations and lectures I usually am a step away from PB so basically I end up hitting space all the time.
It is tiny and cute but lacks sidebuttons.
I have a number of Logitech mouses and find them to be precise tools. sort of like cars these days, there isn't a "bad" mouse out there.I agree - the key factor for me, besides the number of extra buttons I assign to AC shortcuts, is the weight, but usually it isn't listed on the manufacturers' website.
The key decision maker is, once you have the features you need, the feel of it.And I can feel it only after I've bought it... Microsoft's wireless are very light, but a bit too ugly. Then again, I need to use it, not look at it.