I use the wireless trackball Logitech mouse, (M570), not sure how much it would help me. I believe when I turn on the mouse the light flashes green because I have good battery. But hey I would love to see development of Logitech devices under Linux as they are very trusted for me personally.
Congrats on buying china crap.I have two wireless mice and a wireless keyboard, none of which have such LEDs. In the past I have had at least 6 other wireless mice and 3 other wireless keyboards, and not one had an array of LEDs. Looking at logitech's page right now, they have 18 wireless mice, only two of which appear to have an array of LEDs, and those two are both $99.
A mouse is a mouse, a keyboard is a keyboard. Enough with the bullshit.Right, because there are no other features of logitech mice and keyboards that are available on windows but not Linux that could benefit from such an approach.