Summary: I was searching for my shield and tablet a mouse to play and do internet. Very good choice, easy step to match Bluetooth mouse. DPI it very usefull when you play game! recommand for the price, very cheap!
Summary: It's also the best Bluetooth mouse I've found. It has back and forward buttons that work without adding drivers or software. Selectable resolution, perfect fit for my hand, and the batteries last a [i]very[/i] long time (especially if you use the power switch on the bottom of the mouse). It pairs easily and stays paired on Mac, Windows and Android. It's compact but really feels good in my hand. I like it so much I bought a second one.
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: Got it really fast, works well and is very comfortable in my hand. never have connectivity issues and im glad it automatically shuts off when it isnt in use for a period of time. well worth the $26 price.
Summary: This Bluetooth peripheral is an ideal purchase for those looking to have an inexpensive mouse that they can toss into a laptop bag for work on the go. I am impressed by the quality of the mouse and was pleased that it came in a plastic case - the case is excellent for travel. I keep this with me often and have had no trouble with it yet.
This is the bluetooth mouse you have been looking for.
J. Perkins, Amazon
27 February 2013
Summary: I just traded in my defective Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 for Business for this one. It is slightly larger than the Microsoft mouse, and has a much better scroll wheel feel. It was connected via Bluetooth to my Windows 7 laptop in an instant. It comes in a hard case that resembles a traveler's soap dish. Despite the lower price, I think it has better quality, and better ergonomics than the slightly more expensive Microsoft mouse.
Summary: Works great for me after I turned off the right setting (see below) I combined it with 3M Precise Optical Mousing Surface (MP200PS) Make sure you "deselect" the "Allow the Computer to turn off this device" setting in Control Panel / Device Manager / Bluetooth / Bluetooth USB / Power Mangement Blessings edit 8/10/13: I shipped the item to Gigabyte USA for warranty service on 5/8/13 but have not heard back yet as of today.
Summary: I have large hands, and this mouse suits me fine. Everything works perfectly on my laptop, my Nexus android tablet, and my HTC android phone. The mouse is a little bit light, with the two triple A batteries comprising most of the weight. On first use it was a little sensitive on my laptop, but then I noticed the DPI syncing button that automatically adjusts the sensitivity with the resolution of the device.
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