Summary: Fells great looks great and fits your palm like it should. Very fuctional for what it is. I gave it 4 stars only for the fact that i had to go to Gigabytes site to download the software to customise the buttons and the wired version has a left and right tilt on the scroll wheel as this one does not. came in a great storage case by the way. I would buy another.
Summary: I needed an ergonomic mouse for work, and originally purchased the Verbatim 97591 Ergo Wireless mouse. The Verbatim was too small in my hand and felt cheaply built. The Gigabyte is large and comfortable in my hand. It is well-built and feels solid. Cursor tracking is smooth and even. It even comes with batteries (good ones, not the generic cheap ones).
Summary: It's wireless so it needs batteries but it doesn't take up a lot of power. The batteries last for a while and your hand an glide easily with it while gaming or just using it to click on stuff lol.
Summary: The Gigabyte GM-ECO600 mouse would be a steal for $50, not to mention the $25 I paid. Both my brother and I have one and utilize them on a daily basis (my brother has had his for over 6 months now). The first thing I noticed (aside from the lack of a cord to hold me back) was how well the friction pads are designed allowing the mouse to glide over any surface.
Summary: quick dpi change buttons are handy and the mouse shape is comfortable for long stretches of mouse use. The box it comes in is a little unnecessarily large. Magnet that holds in the USB receiver is great.
Summary: Cheap. Sturdy. The wheel is definitely nice. Fits in hand nicely. I have no idea about battery life though. I bought this to use from my couch to desktop w/ my TV as a monitor. The range is lacking. I notice it not responding very well at times. I'm about 10 ft away (its rated at 30 ft).
Summary: I've got medium size hands and this mouse fits me perfectly. It's so comfy to use, more so than an expensive ergonomic mouse I tried. Only downside was it stopped working, with no apparent reason after 13 months. However, Amazon replaced it for free under it's two year manufacturers warranty. Overall very happy & glad to have the same mouse back.
Comfort, quality build, nice to look at, poor connectivity
J KOUROPALATIS, Amazon
18 December 2012
Summary: I love this mouse. I used it for over a year (work and gaming) and I find it to be one of the most comfortable mice I have ever used (if not THE most comfortable). I have small hands by the way. The main comfort feature on this mouse is the pinkie support. The size of the right ridge (right hand use) and its rubber contours are excellent. They allow my pinkie to rest comfortably as I hold the mouse in a palm grip.