Summary: Great price! speed controls, shortcut buttons, and a nice weight to it. very comfortable, only mouse i have used and thought i might like better was over double the price, but it was still a gigabyte.
I can scroll up fine and maybe do a single tick of scrolling down ...
Jimmy Dinh, Amazon
7 February 2016
Summary: Alright, so this mouse has been working to my liking since may 2015. However, the wheel stopped working at an odd way. It can scroll up, but not down. I can scroll up fine and maybe do a single tick of scrolling down after that, but that's it.
Summary: When I bought this, I was still searching for a proper replacement for my old Intellimouse (which I regret not buying about 50 of back in 2009.) Even the MS ones with the same form factor (Comfort Mouse 6000 I think it was) were cheap pieces of garbage in comparison.
Pros: Still going strong after 18 months of heavy use. Adjustable DPI, not that I ever need to.
Summary: It's actually not bad for a budget gaming mouse. I'm giving it 4 stars based on all the factors as well as the price point and I've had it and abused it since 2011 and it's still as good as new so solid construction. That's probably the best thing about it; it holds up well.
Summary: I like the feel and the features, but not sure if i got a lemon. The pointers sometimes act up and can be annoying. I meant that the pointers sometimes jumps and moves by itself. I am uploading a video so u can see it and judge yourself.
Summary: Bought this to replace my Logitech gaming mouse when the wheel broke. It's not as good as the Logitech which had the ability of weight adjustment and was a perfect balance plus it had more programmable functions however I was unable to afford a Logitech plus, it would be unfair of me to compare this...