Logitech unveiled a range of home office and hybrid work peripherals in December 2022. These compact accessories feature a minimalist design, making them easy to carry in a bag and suitable for comfortable office environments.
One such product is the Logitech Pebble M350 wireless mouse. This small, modern, and silent mouse is specifically designed to enhance user comfort during daily tasks. If you’re interested in knowing more about this peripheral, be sure to read our comprehensive review.
Design in the palm of your hand
Weighing approximately 100 grams and measuring just over 10 centimeters, the Logitech Pebble M350 is a wireless mouse that works via Bluetooth or USB receiver. It’s entirely constructed of plastic and comes with a pre-installed AA alkaline battery and a Nano Receiver, a USB device that allows you to connect wireless devices to your computer.
The mouse is smooth and has a simple appearance, with the Logitech logo printed below the three main buttons: left, right, and scroll. We received the Sand color, but the product is also available in Lavender, Blueberry, Graphite, Matte White, and Rose.
Pulling the magnetized plastic piece from the top, we have access to the inside of the mouse. On the bottom, we have the power switch, the Bluetooth signal button, and the mouse sensor.
Sensitivity and DPI
The Logitech Pebble M350 optical tracking sensor has high precision and 1,000 DPI (dots per linear inch, used to measure mouse sensitivity), mechanical scrolling system, and is ambidextrous (suitable for both left and right-handed users). In addition, the brand promises 18 months of battery life and operation of the peripheral up to 10 meters away from the workplace.
I used the mouse for work, daily use, and other activities for two weeks. At first, the grip of the Pebble M350 seems a little strange, especially due to the accessory’s size and lightweight. It gives a feeling of emptiness for those who, like me, are used to larger and more robust mice. It is not uncomfortable, it is just a matter of getting used to it, which becomes indifferent over time. It is worth noting that the mouse I use for work has weights, so I felt a huge difference at the beginning.
The Pebble M350 is not discreet just in appearance, it is also quite silent, and the buttons are ‘soft’ to press. Another aspect that caused me some strangeness because I sometimes thought I had pressed the right mouse button, for example, and, in fact, I hadn’t.
This detail can be quite useful for those who prefer or need more discreet and less noisy peripherals in their daily lives, or simply like a lighter grip. But as I work with video, I prefer more robust accessories that give me more precision in tasks, and despite being a very sensitive mouse, the Pebble M350 did not give me that feeling.
My computer doesn’t have Bluetooth connectivity, so it was great to discover the Nano Receiver in the box, which allows the connection to happen on devices like mine. But it’s exclusive to the wireless mouse, so there’s no point in trying to use it to connect another peripheral. Once connected, the technology works very well, without signal fluctuations.
As for distance, I tested the mouse about 3 meters from the desk, and once again there were no connection problems.
Bluetooth on the Smartphone
Another feature of the Logitech Pebble M350 mouse is that Bluetooth connection also works with Android and iOS smartphones; I tested it on my Android, and it was the first time I used a mouse on a phone.
The mouse works perfectly with the phone and simulates touch in moments where it’s necessary to drag the screen or an icon, such as when we directly reply to a message in a WhatsApp group, for example. As for sensitivity, the cursor becomes slower, and I couldn’t find a way to change that.
Logitech promises 18 months of battery life, but as I spent only a short time with the wireless mouse, it was not possible to verify the information. What I can say is that there were no problems related to the pre-installed AA battery, nor moments of discharge and disconnection.
The Pebble M350 is a perfect mouse for those who need practicality in their daily lives, easy to carry around if necessary and capable of fitting in your pocket. It is also great for those who like more minimalist designs and do not need a device full of features and buttons.
In my case, I particularly prefer robust mice that allow me greater precision in my work tasks, I also like to feel the weight of the peripheral and adapt it to my needs. With the Pebble M350, this is not possible, making it a much more practical mouse than anything else.
If that’s what you need, that is, practicality, you will definitely not regret choosing to buy this small peripheral.
|Mouse Dimensions||Height: 107 mm|
Width: 59 mm
Depth: 26.5 mm
Weight (with batteries): 100 g
|Nano Receiver||Height: 14.4 mm|
Width: 18.7 mm
Depth: 6.1 mm
Weight: 1.8 g
|Sensor Technology||High Precision Optical Tracking|
|Sensor Resolution||1.000 DPI|
|Number of Buttons||3|
|Power Source||Battery: 18 months|
Battery type: 1 pre-installed AA battery.
|Bluetooth||Wireless operating distance: up to 10m, but wireless range may vary depending on environment and computing conditions.|
Wireless technology: Low Energy Bluetooth technology.
|System Requirements||Windows® | macOS | iPadOS | ChromeOS™ | Linux® | Certified Works with Chromebook | Works with Surface™ |
Receiver Available USB port Windows 8, 10, 11 or higher Mac 10.15 or higher ChromeOS, Certified Works with Chromebook Linux Kernel 2.6+
Bluetooth Low-energy Bluetooth technology Windows 8, 10, 11 or higher Mac 10.15 or higher iPadOS 14 or higher ChromeOS™ Android™ 8 or higher
The Logitech Pebble M350 mouse can be found for prices starting at $19.
- Design 6/10 Average
- External construction 7/10 Good
- Internal construction 8/10 Excellent
- Grip 5/10 Indifferent
- Bluetooth 10/10 Excellent
- Daily use 7/10 Good
- Small and lightweight
- Excellent Bluetooth
- Nano receiver included in the box
- Strange grip
- No customization options
- Fragile material (plastic)