USB 3.0 ports and devices have been shown to that can interfere with the performance of devices using the 2.4GHz wireless band. The latter includes wireless mice that rely on 2.4GHz radio-frequency dongles, as well as mice that use Bluetooth for connectivity. The noise can radiate from a port on your computer, a port on the connected device, or the cable connecting the two. For example, if you have a USB 3.0 hard drive plugged into a USB 3.0 port, the interference can come from the port on your computer, the USB cord, and even the drive’s USB connection. It’s not always an issue—we had no problem using our picks from seven feet away with the dongle plugged into a USB 3.0 port—but if your wireless mouse constantly drops connection, you should try plugging it into a USB 2.0 port, if available, and keep the dongle and mouse away from active USB 3.0 ports and devices.
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Logitech Wireless Mouse M525 is using the usual 2.4GHz wireless technology that could be synced up with their Unifying receiver. Other specification also point out the laser-grade tracking for accurate movement tracking and work on almost all surface (except glass) and long life battery of over 3-years per-replacement (2 pieces of AA batteries).