Logitech Unifying Nano Receiver
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However, the singular functionality does cause some issues in certain scenarios. Most laptops these days have started reducing the number of ports they have, some even to just 1 like the Macbook. This leads to the user only being able to connect either a mouse or a keyboard to the port at a single time. So unless you’re sure to use the exact combo sets that have been made by Logitech, and that work together on a single dongle, be prepared to sacrifice one of your wireless devices for the other!
Connect your device to a Logitech USB receiver – Logitech Connect your device to a Logitech USB receiver – Logitech
Bluetooth has been left behind for the most part with these receivers, due to a better connection and a lot of complaints about lag issues from the users in the Bluetooth category. Logitech ships all of its top-of-the-line wireless products with their very own dongles. In addition to that, the company also makes use of smart software that installs itself when plugged in and doesn’t need the long procedure of installing drivers every time you use it. Unifying Nano Receivers Another daily device that we use are keyboards and mice to go with our computers. These components are of profound significance when it comes to operating a computer, and they’ve seen their fair share of wireless enforcement as well. This change has come in the shape of wireless receivers or bluetooth ones.These dongles typically make use of 2.4GHz wireless transmission to communicate with the devices and maintain a connection throughout. The nano receivers can mostly only connect with single devices, with the exception of combo sets provided by Logitech. NOTE: Most Logitech products will work with no additional software or drivers needed. If no software is shown for your operating system on your PC or Mac, then software is not available for your product. Logitech uses different connectivity technologies for our range of Mice & Keyboards. The most popular ones are the 2.4 GHz USB receiver, Unifying receiver and Logi Bolt.
Logitech M185 Compact Wireless Mouse - Designed for Laptops Logitech M185 Compact Wireless Mouse - Designed for Laptops
Both of these receivers serve their purpose well and provide great usage for the average consumer. However, one is better than the other and we’re here to discuss why. The regular nano receiver is great; it works seamlessly with Logitech devices, doesn’t protrude out of the ports, and provides bare minimum latency to offer users a smooth experience with its devices. These dongles are also usually inexpensive in case you want to get an extra one and usually are included with the device as well. Wireless technology has slowly creeped in our devices that we use on a daily basis. Our remote controllers are all wireless, be it for our televisions or for our gaming consoles. Laptops have become an immensely popular piece of technology that has taken the standard computer, and redefined it as a wireless version allowing users to have a lot more comfort and ease-of-use with their everyday tasks.One of the first wireless functioning systems was Bluetooth that was invented in 1994 by a Dutch Engineer named Jaap Hartsen. He was working as an electrical engineer at the world renowned company Ericson when he discovered the technology by himself, and was given the inventor of the year award as well.