Great gestures and pretty, but prepare for wrist injury
1 November 2013
Summary: I used this mouse for 3 months forcing myself to get used to it. It's not for me. I'm a designer and tried use the mouse to make minute mouse movements. It worked, but not without causing constant pain to my wrist after a month, and later, it moved up to my arm and shoulder. I use the trackpad now, but that isn't for designers either. Nothing still beats a traditional mouse. Even the mighty mouse worked better for me except for the trackball that constantly got dirty.
Pros: Many gestures are supported. Pretty.
Cons: You cannot rest your fingers on the mouse without activating a gesture or a click. Therefore, you must always elevate your fingers while you are using it.