Ahead of the release of Logitech’s new MX518 mouse, we’ve put together a list of the best and most affordable mice and motion controllers in India.
The MX518, as the company has renamed its mouse, has a whopping price tag of Rs. 1,400 ($220), and we’re pretty sure the M600, as Logitech has dubbed its controller, is cheaper at Rs. 9,000 ($220).
The MX510 and MX520, on the other hand, are more affordable at Rs 3,400 and Rs 1,200 ($150 and Rs 800), respectively.
All of the mice and controllers reviewed are compatible with Logitech Logitech Mouse, which makes them the ideal solution for those who want to take on the task of playing and creating animations on their mobile devices.
The MX518 comes with an eight-axis rotary encoder, which means it’s ideal for creating a wide variety of motion effects.
It has two analog sticks, a directional pad, and a digital stick.
The software for the MX518 can be downloaded for free from the Logitech website, and there are also options for purchase through third-party stores.
A software update for the mouse is also available.
The most notable feature of the MX520 is its support for multiple-camera mode, which is a feature of Logivision’s Logitech View Camera, which was introduced earlier this year.
The mouse also has a built-in webcam for video chats and voice calls, which can be configured to capture video for playback on a mobile device.
While the MX510 is the only mouse in this price range that can be used with both the Logivisions Logitech-branded View Camera and Logivison’s LogiEye 3 camera, the MX540 comes with the LogiSky 3 camera that can also capture video.
The two cameras are paired together and the MX530 can be easily upgraded to capture even more footage.
The Logitech webcam works with both smartphones and tablets, so you can take videos from any device.
The Logitech Motion Tracker is also an option, which has a similar functionality to the MX570.
This camera, which costs $399 ($449), allows you to capture 360-degree videos.
You can also take 360-day video with it.
Both the MX550 and MX540 are available with this feature, and it costs $499 ($399) as well.
The camera has a wide field of view of 170 degrees, so it can capture 360 video in the event of a close-up, or you can even shoot photos on it for a still image.
The only downside to this feature is that it’s not available in India yet.