Summary: Overall I really like this mouse. The size is about perfect for my laptop use. I wanted a bluetooth mouse to free up my USB ports and this does the job very well. I've had great luck with Gigabyte products in the past including motherboards and video cards so I was pretty confident I would like this product - and I DO!! Don't know about battery life yet but I'm sure it will be fine. I've got lots of Eneloop AAA's Ni-Mh batteries so not too worried about battery costs.
Pros: Comfortable, Nice size, Wakes up quickly, 2 DPI settings, Nice rubber grips, Tracks well., Laptop wakes it up when turned on quite quickly., Has separate forward/backward buttons, Looks good - similar to Logitech products
Cons: Side buttons for fwd/back are located a little too far back on the mouse., On/Off switch feels a little cheap
Summary: I had been using Logitech M510 mouse with my laptop. Although its USB dongle is very small, it took up one of three USB ports on my laptop. I had been looking for a bluetooth mouse for a while, and Razer Orochi was tempting but it was more than I was willing to spend. There were others, but they were all missing the side buttons (back and forward), which I must have. This mouse was on sale for CAD$25, and I decided to bite.
Pros: Plastic carrying case, 5 buttons, simple setup, long battery life
Pros: Great range, just as advertised! Portable, small yet it feels right in your hand. I have used and abused this little mouse. I bought it back when they used to cost almost 60 bucks about 2 years ago. The battery life is unbelievable! You will use it for months on daily basis without replacing the batteries not even once. This one of the kind little friend has worked with me countless hours. It points and clicks 8 hours a day in my office. We run a small computer busine...
Cons: My co-workers basically forced me to buy one for each one of them.
Pros: Small, lightweight, form fitting to my hand, cheap, fast delivery, came as specified, DPI (mouse speed) button with 2 different speeds, laser is invisible, has an on-off button and connection button, click-wheel is a nice feature, has forward/back buttons.
Cons: Forward/back buttons are not programmable, takes a minute to connect, but once connected it is flawless!
Pros: Cost (30$USD shipped), build quality, battery life (so far 3 months), good wheel, nice rubber grip for your thumb, slides nicely, easy DPI switch, Bluetooth, laser, back and forward button in great places, very good size for average hands, never loses signal (unless Windows has a problem), works for gaming
Cons: Lags a bit (but much less than an RF wireless mouse, useable for FPS games)
Pros: connects everytime, quick easy install using windows 7, excellent battery life,nice grips on side , two differnt dpi settings for differnt user prefrances, works on anysurface, and no usb port is taken up.
Cons: It's a bit smaller than I expected but it is desgined as a portable mouse.