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Connect your mouse to your device
You can pair your mouse to your device using the Bluetooth® Low Energy connection or our new Logi Bolt receiver.
To pair through Bluetooth®:
Remove the pull tab from the mouse. It will automatically turn on. Channel 1 will be ready to pair.
To pair through Logi Bolt receiver:
Take the Logi Bolt receiver from the compartment inside the battery door but don’t remove the pull tab yet.
Insert the receiver into any available USB port on your desktop or laptop.
Now you can remove the pull tab from the mouse. It will automatically turn on. The receiver will be connected to Channel 1 and your mouse will be ready to use.
Install Logitech Software
Download Logitech Software to customize your mouse and benefit from advanced shortcuts and all the possibilities this mouse has to offer. Click here to download and learn more about the full range of features.
- SmartWheel scroll wheel
- Battery status LED
- Connection Status LED
- Connect button
- 4000DPI sensor
- On/Off toggle switch
- Battery and receiver compartment
- Back/Forward buttons
Our new Logitech SmartWheel on your mouse
The Signature M650 and M650L feature SmartWheel scrolling that delivers precision or speed the moment you need it. Seamlessly switch between these two scrolling styles with the flick of your finger.
You can scroll horizontally with your mouse.
This is done with a two-button combination: press and hold one of the side buttons and scroll with the wheel simultaneously.
NOTE: The horizontal scroll is ON by default. You can customize this feature on the Point & Scroll tab in Logitech software.
For more detailed information on Horizontal Scroll, click here.
The back and forward buttons enhance navigation and simplify tasks.
Logitech software lets you assign other useful functions to the buttons, including undo/redo, OS navigation, volume up/down, and more.
How to customize your side buttons
- Download and run Logitech Options+. Click here to download the software.
- An installer window will pop up on your screen — click Install Options+.
- Once Logitech Options+ is installed, a window will open and you'll be able to see an image of your mouse. Click on it.
- You will be taken into a quick onboarding process that shows you how to customize your mouse. We highly recommend not to skip it.
- Once you're finished, on the left side of the window, click Buttons.
- Click on any of the buttons that you wish to customize.
- Select the function you like to set on that button from the options that appear on the right rise of the screen and you are done!
Your mouse buttons can be assigned to perform different functions for different applications. You can assign the side buttons to control volume in Spotify, copy/paste in Microsoft Excel, or undo/redo in Adobe Photoshop.
When you install Logitech software, you can install predefined app-specific settings that will adapt the mouse button behavior to the selected applications.
Here are the app-specific settings we have created for you:
|Default settings||Middle button||Forward||Back|
|Browser (Chrome, Edge, Safari)||Open link in a new tab||Forward||Back|
|Zoom/Teams||Middle button||Start/Stop Video||Mute/unmute Microphone|
|Media (Spotify, VLC, Quicktime)||Middle button||Forward||Back|
|Microsoft Excel||Pan (hold and move the mouse)||Redo||Undo|
|Pan (hold and move the mouse)||Redo||Undo|
|Pan (hold and move the mouse)||Redo||Undo|
Each of these settings can be customized manually, for any application.
Assign gestures to the side buttons
If you want more advanced functionality, you can assign any of the side buttons of the mouse to be the Gesture Button. This will transform your forward or back button into a powerful multi-function button allowing you to use gestures for desktop navigation, app management, pan, zoom, and more.
On the Mouse tab, select any side button (forward or back) button and click on Gesture Button.
By default, the gesture buttons will allow you to navigate between windows and desktops. In order to perform the gestures, you will need to hold the button while you move the mouse.
Check battery status
The LED on the top of the mouse indicates battery status.
You can install Logitech software to receive battery status notifications, including low-charge warnings.
|LED Color||Status||Time Out||Indications|
|Green||Steady||5 seconds||From 100% to >5% charge|
|Red||Pulsing||5 seconds steady, followed by 3 minutes
Critical level (equivalent to 1 month average use) or below
NOTE: The red LED will pulse every time the device wakes up from deep sleep.
Battery life and replacement
- Requires 1 AA alkaline battery
- Expected battery life is up to 24 months
Installing a new battery
Slide the battery compartment cover down and then lift it off. Insert the battery, making sure that it faces the correct direction and then replace the battery cover.
Logitech M650L has a left-handed version (M650L Left). It has the same feature definition as the right-handed version with the only difference being that the side buttons are on the right side of the mouse for better accessibility with your left thumb.
Your mouse will still have the main click function on the left. If you prefer to swap it to the right button, you can use Logitech software.