Summary: I should start this review by saying I'm appalled that this company has the gall to put this horrible product on the market. I bought this mouse brand new, and started having problems almost immediately. The cursor would just stop moving periodically. I had a little luck unplugging and re-inserting the wireless receiver -- but after a couple minutes this trick stopped helping. Then I had issues with the buttons not functioning.
Works great. Best Value for $$ As good or better than higher priced units!
Tennessee Vol Fan, Amazon
10 January 2009
Summary: I have owned this mouse for at least a year, it works great and is 1600dpi laser wireless. The wireless signal is very strong and works from at least 10 feet for me, I haven't needed to use it from longer distances than that so I cannot attest to further usage. I like this unit better than the rechargeable unit they introduced that costs more because I use rechargeable AA batteries and they last months with constant usage, no large power drain.
Summary: I have my regular mouse set to the highest cursor speed (desktop and touch pad on laptop) and when I plug this one in I have to put the mouse speed on the lowest setting just to be able to control the movement. Weird.
Summary: Even for the low price this mouse is not so hot. The "programmable" aspect of this mouse is to set the number of lines to scroll with the wheel. There are no other choices. Pointer is jerky making precise clicks nearly impossible; and there is no setting that can change speed etc. I would move on to another like Logitech if you want a smooth ride with the ability to actually personalize the mouse.
Summary: Bought new, could get the click buttons working, but it wouldn't move the mouse pointer. Also it's kinda bulky, other similar products have a place in the mouse where you can store the USB receiver.