Pros: Very Few Pros, other than they work for a very short time, And look nice. But – looks are deceiving!
Cons: These have got to be high on my list of the worst – most unreliable mice that I’ve ever had the displeasure of owning. I bought 3 of these low grade, third world manufactured mice and 2 are dead, and the other is on it’s last leg. Never Again!
Pros: Small, light weight, precise with long battery life. Small nano receiver can remain in laptop. 1 year Warranty.
Cons: On my first mouse, browser forward/backward buttons stopped working after 6 months. Received replacement mouse from Syba (great customer service!), which exhibited the same problem after only 5 months. Waiting now for my second replacement mouse in 1 year.
Summary: I'd buy another one if this one broke... it's cheap and works.
Pros: -> Bought this mouse for my Media Center so I could have it on the coffee table along with my wireless keyboard and it's been working great. I'm typically about 10ft from the receiver. -> Battery life. It's been about three months since I've gotten this mouse and I still haven't had to replace th...
Cons: -> I couldn't have the receiver on the back of Media Center, I had to put it on the front for the signal to be clear enough. Honestly unless I were to spend $50+ this would be an issue for any wireless mouse, and I have 3 usb inputs on the front of the media center so I don't mind.
Summary: I had a Syba mini bluetooth mouse before this that worked pretty well, so some of the Syba/Connectland products seem to work ok.
Pros: When the mouse connected, it worked well. It's a good shape that's easy to hold and the buttons have a good feel to them for such an inexpensive mouse.
Cons: Unfortunately, you apparently get what you pay for. Since it comes with its own RF receiver, I didn't expect there to be any issues with it connecting properly, but after working properly for a couple weeks, it had difficulty connecting, and now won't connect to the receiver at all. When I plug i...