Summary: This mouse feels pretty nice. It is on the small side (being a portable mouse and all) which doesn't bother me since I have small-ish hands but one should be aware. It says it's a "compact" mouse after all in the description. I was pleasantly surprised at the heft of the mouse though. It feels properly weighted and balanced for a small mouse which is something that you don't find in many cheap mice these days. Despite its price, it doesn't feel cheap which is nice.
Summary: I bought this device in May for my tablet. Being a software tester for a company in my home town I decided to see how it stacked up to other Bluetooth mouses I have had over the years. It paired easily with my nexus 7 and worked . I also tested it using PCs running Vista, Win7, Win8, Win8.1 and it worked great. I also tested it using a Kinivo Blue tooth adapter and it also worked fine. It has never been dropped, handled roughly, or misused in any way.
Summary: Smaller than expected. It appears to be designed to fit your hand, but only if your hands are super small... Other than that, it connected right away, great tracking and you can change speed/sensitivity via the DPI button on top. Batteries are included... Although, the battery compartment is a little annoying to open, if I ever manage to do so... Also, works just fine on Mac OS, but Windows 7 chokes, recognizing the mouse, but failing to use it anyway.
Summary: The Duracell batteries just died on me after 2 months of average use (I did turn it off when not in use). This is less than the 3 months advertised. The side buttons are awkwardly positioned and hence useless. Any time I try to press them, my index finger will twitch and inadvertently hit the left mouse button :( This may or may not be true for others depending on hand size. The sides (thumb and pinky grips) are curved too far inward.
Pros: Plug & Play., Bluetooth functionality is good.
Cons: Low Battery Life (2 months), Useless side buttons, Looks ergonomic, but does not feel like it.
Summary: I bought this to use with my Nexus 10 tablet and for that it works great. However, my newish HP laptop with Windows 7 really hates it and it almost never connects. I'm not sure if the problem is my laptop or the mouse, so take this issue with a grain of salt, it might be fine for you. Mouse does feel nice in the hand and seems to be built to last. Also, it comes with a hard plastic case which was a nice addition.
Great when it's on, but falls asleep too quickly and is hard to wake up
David Zhang, Amazon
1 March 2013
Summary: When it's on and active, this mouse is perfect. It feels solid, has smooth and accurate tracking, and the buttons are nice and crisp. After powering the mouse on, it associates with my laptop very quickly. Also, it works on my Windows laptop, Linux laptop, and Surface RT (it can only be paired with one at a time). I've had the mouse for about 5 weeks and the batteries that came with it are still fine.
Summary: It is basically the cheapest bluetooth mouse with 5 buttons. Other BT and Wifi mice in this range don't have as many features or look very uncomfortable to hold due to their gimmicky shapes. (I'm looking at you, SONY) It doesn't come with its own BT dongle, but those are cheap and most decent laptops/netbooks will come with one. It's fairly small and compact, but still quite chunky due to its height.
Pros: Small/Compact, Light/2xAAA batteries, Easy to setup, Price
Cons: Slightly difficult to hold, Slightly difficult to use thumb back/forward buttons, Must have BT receiver on your PC already