Summary: I love this mouse and its beautiful design. I got it for $30 in 2012 and it still works perfectly today. Very smooth on screen, smooth on the mouse pad, responsive buttons. The resting space for the ring finger makes this a very comfortable mouse.
The ergonomics of a mouse matter much more that the specs inside
16 March 2015
Summary: Higher DPI, laser vs optical, 15 customizable buttons. None of those features are actually that useful in my opinion in judging a great mouse. Its how a mouse feels in your hands after hours of usage that makes it worthwhile.
Summary: Points to consider: - a boon for small handed mouse users. I have had experience with an intellimouse 3.0, MX518, Death Adder along with other low key gaming mice. I was attached to some of those mice specifically the ones I listed because of "ergonomics".
Summary: I was a long time logi-youknow customer. Every mouse I bought from them would have the exact same cable disconnect problem after a few months from regular use (I'm not crazy with my mouse, I use it functionally for gaming). Everytime they would replace the mouse after a RMA request.
Summary: Amazing Mouse! I hated this mouse at the beginning, because my wedding finger is rested on the mouse and it's hard for me to get used to it. I almost throw the mouse away. After using for 1 week, I started to get used to the mouse.
Summary: This mouse feels quality despite its light weight. I really like the shape, but I can see how it's not for everyone; it is on the small side length wise, and if you don't like ergonomic type mice, it's probably not a good call. I use a fingertip grip and found that it works very well for that.