Excerpt: I am not really a techie person. I purchased my desktop without so much knowledge about its specifics. Anyway, last year I bought a complete set of desktop computer. I had the monitor, the CPU and its accessories.
Tremendous value - and saves waste of a USB port (also
19 July 2014
Summary: Feels insubstantial and a little flimsy, but it does the job perfectly adequately and is very cheap. Tremendous value - and saves waste of a USB port (also, my XP computer didn't want to boot normally with a USB mouse plugged in before startup and this was therefore a perfect solution).
Summary: A basic ps/2 mouse with scroll wheel, but comfortable enough to use and mouse pointer sensitivity is just right for me, can move about the whole screen with just wrist movement and still accurate, on standard windows settings.
Summary: Most wired mice are USB connecting now. I dislike that. Desktop computers have a dedicated socket for a PS/2 mouse, so why use up a USB socket instead? This is a PS/2 mouse, uses the round multipin socket next to the keyboard socket. I actually searched quite hard to find a cheap optical mouse with this sort of connection. Unitrade supplied mine for £2.95. I tried it out and have now ordered two more.
Summary: It's quite obviously not a gaming mouse as the other review seems to suggest, just a simple three button mouse, very accurate so long as you set it up to be and does the job. The USB version has a few issues with software after a few months of use but this version is fine.