USB iFeel Mouse

Category: Mouse
Manufacturer: Logitech
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 0.99Mb
Operating System: Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 6.4 / 07 Nov 2003

Windows device driver information for USB iFeel Mouse

The Logitech's iFeel mouse merges concrete response with optical technology to provide an interactive computing experience. The mouse device's two switches and roll control doubles as a third switch. The iFeel mouse implements gentle whims when it shifts over a Windows component (toolbar button, folders, menu option,) or a browser entity (Web button or link), ensuring that users are clicking accurately as intended. Its sensing mouse-clickable sections amidst excellent information or print - clutter can supply better precision and effectiveness over the visual-only prompts of typical mouse devices. Intended for right or left handed consumers, this high performance mouse presents smooth performance across most surfaces, while recording actions optically.

Outdated Drivers?

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The Logitech International S.A. was established in Apples, Vaud, Switzerland in 1981 by two Stanford alumni and Pierluigi Zappacosta, Daniel Borel and Giacomo Marini (previously an executive at Olivetti). Logitetech's computer mouse made the company known all over the world. The variety of their mouse product line offered enhancements over a product initially developed at LAMI (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne) by Jean-Daniel Nicoud, as well as engineer André Guignard. Guignard is involved in the design alterations of the computer mouse originally invented by Douglas Engelbart. For a time during its seminal years, Logitech's Silicon Valley offices occupied spaces at 165 University Avenue, Palo Alto, California, home to a number of noted technology startups. From there, Logitech expanded its product line to encompass many mass market computer peripherals and beyond, such as the 'Harmony' range of programmable universal remote controls. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and USB iFeel Mouse errors before installing any driver updates.