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.
Good starting gaming mouse, doesn't work on the surfaces I expect
Matthew J., Newegg
5 December 2014
Summary: Further reading makes me think that for better use across multiple surfaces, the more expensive M6980 would have been a better choice.
Pros: Inexpensive, low-friction, buttons do not require additional FORCE software to be useful (have default settings). Generally has a good feel and size for my hands, and I think it might help improve my ergonomic situation.
Cons: I unboxed it, plugged it in, and tried to use it on my mostly-matte-black desk, and it didn't work (it is shiny enough to reflect monitor light). There was near-0 pickup of the mouse movements, unless I pressed down on the mouse body, perhaps getting the sensor microns closer to the surface? Thes...
Summary: i usually look for ergonomics in mice, like size in hand, weight, shape, number of buttons, scroll wheel feel etc. this one has everything, except the tracking, feels very laggy before and after software from website installed. still works but not happy with it
Pros: feels great in the hand weight size plastic grip build quality feels good
Cons: tracking is pretty bad, something just isn't right, hard to explain, played with lots of dpi variations, nothing felt smooth, very jittery, multiple mouse-pad surfaces as well.
Summary: The program that lets you set the mouse buttons does not have a profile for games. What I mean by this is you can't set the middle button as "Mouse button 3" and it automatically change to "4" on the keyboard for a game.
Pros: It was not that expensive. The buttons work well and all of them (except for the DPI button) can be changed.
Cons: The mouse likes to stall a little. I'll try to move it some and it takes like an 8th of a second to wake up. It could also be that it does not like my mouse pad.
Summary: I bought this mouse in an attempt to replace my old PS/2 Mouseman Wheel with a mouse that has side-to-side scrolling. I've had mice that did a better job side to side than this mouse. Worse, it sometimes lost track of my mousepad.
Pros: Wide, comfortable wheel. Wheel button clicks without the wheel skittering away. Handsome. Comes in an attractive case. Was only $20 on sale. Wire was long enough. The buttons all work.
Cons: The case probably wasted a little money. Slow side-to-side scrolling. Not as good as tracking the surface of my mousepad as the rubber ball on my ancient (10+ years old) mouse.
Summary: Bought 2 of those. the first one did not work at all, second one, the wheel was stuck and did not move at all. Got an exchange for another one (same model) it worked fine for 3 weeks and after that the button on the left just stayed inside the mouse.... can't used those button anymore.
Pros: Good Size, beautiful mouse
Cons: Cheap made, you will never know when it will break... Cheapest plastic ive ever seen
Summary: I gave it 3 eggs (or what ever you call it) because doing there Rebate is bad. Every BAD Rebate. They said this in the email i got. - No proof of purchase date in documentation I did every thing right and this is not my first rebate. I have done many and this is the first one that said that.....