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Logitech M185 Optical Mouse

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  • Plug-and-forget nano receiver
  • Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity
  • Plug-and-play simplicity
  • Comfy, contoured shape
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WIRELESS MOUSE M185

Comfortable easy-to-use mouse with reliable durability


* This Logitech M185 Mouse image is for illustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

ENJOY THE WORLD OF WIRELESS

M185 is ready when you are. Simply plug the receiver into a USB port on your device to start working in seconds. The small size and smooth cursor control make it great for tight workspaces and busy desks.

COMFORTABLE SHAPE, COMPACT DESIGN

Stay productive longer with the comfortable, contoured shape that follows the natural curve of your hand. Compact and wireless, the mouse fits easily with your laptop in a bag - so you can take it anywhere you work. M185 is designed to be equally comfortable for both left- and right-handed users.


* This Logitech M185 Mouse image is for illustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

EASY NAVIGATION, PRECISE CONTROL

M185 provides a controlled line-by-line scrolling experience for easier navigation. No more annoying missed clicks - the optical sensor allows you to track with smooth and accurate cursor control on almost any surface.


* This Logitech M185 Mouse image is for illustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

QUALITY YOU CAN RELY ON

The mouse is built with the same high quality standards that have made Logitech the global leader for mice and keyboards. Durable and reliable, M185 also works up to 12 months without changing batteries thanks to the on/off switch button and auto-sleep power-saving mode.


* This Logitech M185 Mouse image is for illustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

PLUG AND PLAY SIMPLICITY

M185 is compatible with Windows, macOS, Chrome OS and Linux and works instantly when you plug the USB receiver into your computer or laptop. The receiver also provides a strong, reliable connection within up to 10 meters.


* This Logitech M185 Mouse image is for illustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

COMPLETE TASKS FASTER

Get more done by adding M185 to your laptop. According to a recent study, laptop users who chose this mouse over a touchpad were 50% more productive and worked 30% faster.


* This Logitech M185 Mouse image is for illustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

DECADES OF DESIGN EXCELLENCE

We bring over 25 years of expertise and innovation creating mice of various sizes and shapes that provide an extra degree of comfort. Our solutions are meticulously crafted to fit right- or left-handed users, making it easier to find the product that's right for you.


* This Logitech M185 Mouse image is for illustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Specifications (Logitech M185 Optical Mouse)

General Information
    Model
    M185
    Mouse Type
    Optical Mouse
    Mouse Sub-Type
    Wireless
    Brand
    Logitech
Mouse Performance Features
    Mouse Sensor Type
    Optical
    Wi-Fi Frequency
    2.4 Ghz GHz
    Mouse Connectivity
    USB Nano Receiver
Mouse Technical Specifications
    DPI Resolution
    1000 DPI
Mouse Usage Details
    OS Requirements
    Available USB Port Windows 10, 11 or later macOS 10.5 or later Chrome OS Linux Kernel 2.6+
    Mouse Installation Method
    Plug and Play
    Scroll Wheel
    Yes
Power Details
    Battery Type
    Alkaline
Physical Dimensions
    Colour
    Black
Additional Features
    Features
  • COMFORTABLE SHAPE, COMPACT DESIGN
  • EASY NAVIGATION, PRECISE CONTROL
  • PLUG & PLAY SIMPLICITY
  • COMPLETE TASKS FASTER
  • DECADES OF DESIGN EXCELLENCE
In The Box & Warranty
    In The Box
    Nano receiver 1 AA battery (pre-installed) User documentation
Manufacturing & Packing Information
    Customer care address
    Reliance Digital, Reliance Retail Limited, 3rd Floor, Court House, Lokmanya Tilak Marg, Dhobi Talao, Mumbai-400 002, Maharashtra, India.
    Customer care Phone
    1800-889-1055
    Customer care email
    reliancedigital@ril.com
    Country of origin
    China
    Name and address of Packer
    NA
    Name and address of Manufacturer
    Logitech Asia Pacific Ltd, Unit no. 1003, Tower 1, Cheung Sha Wan Plaza, Cheung Sha Wan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong
    Name and address of Importer
    Logitech Asia Pacific Ltd. Un1003 Tower1 Cheung Sha Wan Plaza 833 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Kowloon, Hongkong, Dongaripada, Poman, Vasai-E, Thane, Maharashtra-401208
    Name of Seller
    Reliance Retail Ltd.
    Month and Year of Commodity First Manufactured/Imported/Packed
    July' 2011
    Commodity name
    Wirless Mouse
    Item Width
    9.9 cm
    Item Height
    6.1 cm
    Item Length
    3.8 cm
    Net Quantity
    1N
    Net Weight
    99 gram
    Name and address of Marketed By
    Rashi Peripherals Pvt Ltd, Rashi Complex, Survey 186, Dongari Pada, Poman, Vasai (E) Thane, Maharashtra -401208, Registered Address - Rashi Peripherals Pvt Ltd, Aristo House, 5th Floor, Corner of Telli Galli, Andheri (E), Mumbai 400069, India

FAQs (Logitech M185 Optical Mouse)

How to enable Accessibility and Input monitoring permissions for Logitech Options

We’ve identified a few cases where devices aren’t detected in the Logitech Options software or where the device fails to recognize customizations made in the Options software (however, the devices do work in out-of-box mode with no customizations).

Most of the time this happens when macOS is upgraded from Mojave to Catalina/BigSur or when interim versions of macOS are released. To resolve the problem, you can enable permissions manually. Please follow the steps below to remove the existing permissions and then add the permissions. You should then restart the system to allow the changes to take effect.

Remove existing permissions

  • Close Logitech Options software.
  • Go to System Preferences -> Security & Privacy. Click the Privacy tab, and then click Accessibility.
  • Uncheck Logi Options and Logi Options Daemon.
  • Click on Logi Options and then click on the minus sign ‘-’ .
  • Click on Logi Options Daemon and then click on the minus sign ‘-’ .
  • Click on Input Monitoring.
  • Uncheck Logi Options and Logi Options Daemon.
  • Click on Logi Options and then click on the minus sign ‘-’.
  • Click on Logi Options Daemon and then click on the minus sign ‘-’.
  • Click Quit and Reopen

  • Add the permissions

  • Go to System Preferences > Security & Privacy. Click the Privacy tab and then click Accessibility.
  • Open Finder and click on Applications or press Shift+Cmd+A from the desktop to open Applications on Finder.
  • In Applications, click Logi Options. Drag and drop it to the Accessibility box in the right panel.
  • In Security & Privacy, click on Input Monitoring.
  • In Applications, click Logi Options. Drag and drop it to the Input Monitoring box.
  • Right-click on Logi Options in Applications and click on Show Package Contents.
  • Go to Contents, then Support.
  • In Security & Privacy, click on Accessibility.
  • In Support, click Logi Options Daemon. Drag and drop it to the Accessibility box in the right pane.
  • In Security & Privacy, click on Input Monitoring.
  • In Support, click Logi Options Daemon. Drag and drop it to the Input Monitoring box in the right pane.
  • Click Quit and Reopen.
  • Restart the system.
  • Launch the Options software and then customize your device.

  • I have scrolling issues with Windows 8.1 Consumer Preview version

    Initial testing with Windows 8.1 Consumer Preview version reveals a scrolling issue with IE11 and Windows 8 apps, as well as on the Windows Start screen itself:

  • Moderate to fast scrolling can become unresponsive until you stop scrolling. Then, the page will jump a long distance, usually to either the beginning or the end.

    We're working with Microsoft to resolve this issue.

    As a workaround, you can modify your scrolling settings in IE11. Here's how:

  • Launch IE11.
  • Open Internet Options and select the Advanced tab.
  • In the Browsing section, clear "Use smooth scrolling".
  • Internet Explorer options: clear Smooth Scrolling
  • In the Security section, clear "Enable Enhanced Protected Mode", and then click OK.
  • Internet Explorer options: disable Enhanced Protected Mode
  • IMPORTANT: Disabling Enhanced Protected Mode degrades the security settings in IE11. Please consider this before you make this change.

  • Restart your computer.
  • How to clean your Logitech device?

    Before You Clean

  • If your device is cabled, please unplug your device from your computer first.
  • If your device has user-replaceable batteries, please remove the batteries.
  • Be sure to switch off your device and then wait 5-10 seconds before starting to clean.
  • Don’t put cleaning liquids directly on your device.
  • For devices that are not waterproof, please keep moisture to a minimum and avoid any liquid dripping or seeping into the device.
  • When using cleaning sprays, spray the cloth and wipe — do not spray the device directly. Never submerge the device in a liquid, cleaning or otherwise.
  • Don’t use bleach, acetone/nail polish remover, strong solvents, or abrasives.
  • Cleaning Keyboards

  • To clean the keys, use regular tap water to lightly moisten a soft, lint-free cloth and gently wipe down the keys.
  • Use compressed air to remove any loose debris and dust between the keys. If you do not have compressed air available, you could also use cold-air from a hair-dryer.
  • You can also use fragrance-free disinfecting wipes, fragrance-free anti-bacterial wet wipes, makeup removing tissue, or alcohol swabs containing less than 25% concentration of alcohol.
  • Don’t use bleach, acetone/nail polish remover, strong solvents, or abrasives.
  • Cleaning Mice or Presentation Devices

  • Use tap water to lightly moisten a soft, lint-free cloth and gently wipe down the device.
  • Use lens cleaner to lightly moisten a soft, lint-free cloth and gently wipe down your device.
  • You can also use fragrance-free disinfecting wipes, fragrance-free anti-bacterial wet wipes, makeup removing tissue, or alcohol swabs containing less than 25% concentration of alcohol.
  • Don’t use bleach, acetone/nail polish remover, strong solvents, or abrasives.
  • Cleaning Headsets

  • Plastic parts (headband, mic boom, etc.): it is recommended to use fragrance-free disinfecting wipes, fragrance-free anti-bacterial wet wipes, makeup-removing tissue, or alcohol swabs containing less than 25% concentration of alcohol.
  • Leatherette earpads: it is recommended to use fragrance-free disinfecting wipes, fragrance-free anti-bacterial wet wipes, or make-up removal tissue. Alcohol wipes can be used on a limited basis.
  • For the braided cable: it is recommended to use anti-bacterial wet wipes. When wiping cables and cords, grip the cord mid-way and pull towards the product. Don’t forcefully pull the cable away from the product or away from the computer.
  • Don’t use bleach, acetone/nail polish remover, strong solvents, or abrasives.
  • Cleaning Webcams

  • Use tap water to lightly moisten a soft, lint-free cloth and gently wipe down the device.
  • Use lens cleaner to lightly moisten a soft, lint-free cloth and gently wipe down the webcam lens.
  • Don’t use bleach, acetone/nail polish remover, strong solvents, or abrasives.
  • If Your Device Still Isn’t Clean

  • In most cases, you can use isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) or fragrance-free anti-bacterial wipes and apply more pressure when cleaning. Before using rubbing alcohol or wipes, we suggest you test it first in an inconspicuous area to make sure it doesn’t cause discoloration or remove any printing on your device.
  • Wireless product not working properly when also using a USB 3.0 device

    When using a USB 2.0 2.4GHz wireless peripheral device (such as a mouse, keyboard, or headphones) with a PC that also has a USB 3.0 peripheral device plugged in, you may experience erratic operation caused by interference. This is especially likely to happen when using USB 3.0 remote hard drives or flash drives.

    This interference may result in:

  • Delayed response to mouse or keyboard inputs
  • Missing keyboard characters or mouse commands
  • Decreased operating distance between the USB 2.0 wireless device and its receiver
  • There are some techniques that can help early adopters of USB 3.0 to mitigate potential problems with their existing 2.4GHz wireless devices:

  • If your PC has multiple USB 2.0 connectors available, separate your USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 receivers by as much distance as possible. For example, if your PC has a choice of USB 2.0 connectors, use the one on the opposite side of the PC from the USB 3.0 connector.
  • Position your USB 2.0 receiver as close as possible to your wireless peripheral (mouse, keyboard, headphones, etc.).
  • Use a standard, USB-extender cable to position your USB 2.0 wireless receiver as far away as possible from your USB 3.0 connector.
  • A USB-extender cable is available for Logitech customers who are experiencing this problem.

    NOTE: A USB 3.0 connector sometimes referred to as Super Speed USB or SS, normally has a blue plastic insert in the connector. Unlike a USB 2.0 connector which has 4 pins within the connector, a USB 3.0 connector has 9 pins.

  • Move your USB 2.0 wireless receiver to the opposite side of your computer
  • Make sure your USB 2.0 wireless receiver is in the USB 2.0 connector closest to your wireless peripheral
  • Use a USB extended cable to position your wireless receiver as far away from your USB 3.0 peripheral as possible:
  • How to connect a Unifying-ready device to a Unifying receiver?

    If your device is marked with the Unifying logo, you can use it with any Unifying receiver. Unifying receivers can be paired with up to six Unifying devices at a time.

    To connect a Unifying device to your Unifying receiver:

    1. Launch the Logitech Unifying software.

    NOTE: If you don't already have it installed, you can download Unifying software from the Software Downloads page.

  • Windows: Start > Programs > Logitech > Unifying > Logitech Unifying Software
  • Macintosh: Application / Utilities / Logitech Unifying Software

  • 2. At the bottom of the Welcome screen, click Next.

    NOTE: These instructions use Windows screenshots. Macintosh will look slightly different, but the instructions are the same.

    3. Follow the on-screen instructions to turn your device off and then back on.

    4. When your device is detected, you'll see a confirmation message. If you connected a:

  • Keyboard: Type a test message in the field provided to make sure it works.
  • Mouse: Move it around to see if the cursor moves with it.
  • If your device connected successfully, click Yes and then Next. If your additional device doesn't work right away, wait a minute to see if it connects. If it doesn't, select No and then click Next to restart the pairing process from Step 1.

    5. Click Finish to exit the Logitech Unifying Software. Your device should now be connected.

    Why no optical light is visible on the M187 mouse

    Your mouse uses an infrared (IR) optical LED light that is invisible to the human eye. If you're not sure whether your mouse is powered on, check the ON/OFF switch located on the bottom. When your mouse is:

  • ON - The switch is pushed up and you see green next to it.
  • OFF - The switch is pushed down and you see red next to it.
  • How to turn the M187 mouse on and off?

    To turn the M187 mouse on and off:

  • Flip the mouse over.
  • Locate the power switch on the bottom.
  • Slide the switch up to turn it ON.
  • Slide the switch down to turn it OFF.
  • Why is my M187 mouse is not working or it frequently stops working

    Mouse isn't working

    If your M187 mouse isn't working, the problem is likely a lost connection. The connection between the mouse and the receiver can be lost for several reasons, such as:

  • Low battery levels
  • Moving the receiver from one USB port to another
  • Moving the receiver to another computer
  • Plugging the receiver into a USB hub or other unsupported device such as a KVM switch (NOTE: Your receiver must be plugged directly into your computer)
  • Using your wireless mouse on metal surfaces
  • Radio frequency (RF) interference from other sources, such as: Wireless speakers, Computer power supplies, Monitors, Cell phones, Garage door openers.
  • Before connecting your mouse:

  • Fix or rule out the potential problems listed above.
  • Turn your computer on.
  • Insert fresh batteries in your mouse.
  • Turn on your mouse.
  • Mouse frequently stops working

    If your mouse frequently stops working and you keep having to reconnect it with the Unifying receiver, try these suggestions:

  • Keep other electrical devices at least 8 inches (20 cm) away from the USB receiver
  • Move the mouse closer to the USB receiver
  • Move the receiver to a different USB port on your computer
  • Where is USB receiver storage for the M187 mouse

    Your mouse was designed with a space where you can store the USB receiver.

    To locate the storage space for the receiver:

  • Flip the mouse over and slide the battery cover off.
  • Locate the small rectangular slot next to the battery compartment.
  • Slide the receiver into the slot. It will fit facing either way.
  • Replace the battery cover.
  • TIP: If you have an extra receiver from any Logitech Unifying device you aren't currently using, this is a great place to store it.

    Which perating systems supports the M187 Mouse

    At the time of release, the M187 mouse is supported on these operating systems:

  • Windows 7
  • Windows XP
  • Windows Vista
  • Macintosh OS X 10.5 or above
  • Linux kernel 2.6 or above
  • What is M187 battery life and How to replace it?

    Battery information for your mouse

  • Requires 1 AAA alkaline battery
  • Expected battery life is up to 6 months
  • Installing a new battery

  • When you install a new battery in your mouse, make sure it faces the correct direction
  • Extending battery life

    Your mouse enters standby mode to conserve power when it is not in use. Here are some other ways you can help extend the battery life:

  • Use only alkaline batteries. Non-alkaline batteries (such as NiMH,or NiCd) operate at a lower voltage and may affect the battery life./
  • Avoid using your mouse on dark or transparent surfaces, such as glass. These surfaces cause the optical sensor to use more power.
  • Make sure replacement batteries are new and within the manufacturer's expiration date.
  • What should be the operating distance between the mouse or keyboard and nano receiver

    In an ideal environment, your mouse or keyboard can operate up to 30 feet (10 meters) away from the nano receiver (shown below) in a clear line of sight.

    If you're not getting this distance, try these suggestions:

  • Replace the batteries or make sure your mouse or keyboard is fully charged.
  • Move devices that emit radio waves or could cause radio interference away from your work area.
    (Examples: cell phones, radios, wireless routers, microwaves)
  • To determine if your environment is shortening your operating range, try using your device in a different environment to see if the distance improves. If it does, look for other possible sources of interference you can remove from your work area.

    Why does my Cursor not follow mouse movements?

    If the cursor isn't following the movements of your mouse, we suggest you:

  • Use a mouse pad.
  • Avoid using your mouse on: Glass and other see-through surfaces, Reflective surfaces, such as mirrors and metal desks, Wood grains and grooved surfaces,
  • Try the mouse on a piece of white paper to make sure it isn't a tracking issue on the particular surface you're using.

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