Summary: Very good quality for such a cheap mouse, I bought it primarily for gaming and had pretty much no issues with it. However, one thing which is annoying is the DPI button cycles, so if you quickly need to get from one setting to another, you've got to click the button twice and it can make all the difference. You get used to it though. Now for the (potential) downside. My scroll button stopped working after about two months, which is a fairly big inconvenience.
Summary: Looking for a proper mouse for my laptop but without all the gizmos. At the price it probably won't last long, but it has all the buttons you could need for gaming and chatting during a game. Good price and i was surprised at how comfy it is.
Summary: Great mouse, for once one of those purchases where the cheap price does not reflect on the quality of the product. My previous (admittedly not laster) mice pointers would be very jerky, sticky, leap across the screen. Not this one. Solid as a rock. Just buy it!
Summary: Loved this mouse from the moment I got it. Great for gaming and working. Great price too. But the laser died aged 10 months (the buttons and wheel still work though). I think mice should last about 2 years, not 10 months.
Summary: As a mouse under £10, it's decent. It feels fast and responsive, very comfortable to hold and is relatively light. Its shiny plastic exterior is aesthetically pleasing to look at. The two programmable buttons come in handy for some additional task support, whether it be flicking back and forth through pages, or quick accessing certain menus in games. There is an DPI adjuster under the scroll wheel, though I have never really needed to change it.
Summary: I have 2 of these mice on separate computers. After a few months, both had issues with the scroll wheel. When scrolling the wheel, only the outer rubber 'tyre' of the wheel moves and the actual wheel does not. It requires some sideways force to grip the wheel to make it turn. It was cheap though, so i'm not surprised they both had this fault.