Summary: Normally I don't do reviews, however, this HP mouse has gotten on my last nerve! For some reason, the optics make the pointer "jump" sometimes when the system is "thinking". A lot of times I'll be playing a game, then suddenly it "jumps" to the corner (always a corner) and when I click it closes out...
Summary: I had an HP mouse that had the laser toward the front of the mouse. I considered this to be a gaming advantage. I hoped this mouse would have the same design, and was disappointed it did not. However, for average mouse use this mouse is fine.
Summary: Somehow, the HP ThinClient that we have only work with this model, yes, it doesn't work nice with Microsoft, Logitech... and most HP but not this one. It is even more strange that, why this mouse is selling for 20+ from Amazon.com, CDW... for an optical USB mouse?
Summary: I use one of these where I currently work. It's a perfect mouse for me. It's a big mouse, so it fits my hand nicely. It's comfortable. Most mice these days seem to be designed to look fancy and ergonomical but I find that makes them less pleasant to use. Most are also too small.
Summary: As an IT trainer I work in many kinds of businesses and use their equipment. After some years I slowly came to realise that there was one basic, no nonsense, mouse that not only felt right and comfortable in my hand but also had a superb clicking action.