Summary: first when i got it the wheel ruber part was out of line and made a weird squeaking sound i just poped it back in place but some times it pops out again, rare now. and the actual signal some times becomes slow its not the battary because on top it will light up red when low. and blue when connected.
Summary: Being in architecture school, I couldn't buy the most expensive mouse (poor college student), but I needed something that fit my budget and could last me a couple semesters. This mouse did the trick. It has a smooth finish and fit well in my hand, and my hand didn't tire after hours of use.
Summary: The Moonlight Hp wireless mouse matches my Moonlight HP Pavilion so it looks like the mouse came with it, when in fact I bought them separately. I love the size (just right for my hand) and the USB allows for it to be easily removed. Highly recommend, plus the battery life is amazing on it.
Summary: Bought this mouse about 8 months ago. It was 8 dollars at that time, looked like a good deal. After the first couple of weeks, the rubber on the sides got dirty - something I had already predicted, since the mouse is fully white.
Summary: This is a very nice looking mouse however for me it was too small. My hand started cramping a bit. Even though its designed for mobile usage, it was too small for me. The scroll wheel is really awesome at first but after a while of using it becomes difficult to spin. Its tiring actually.
Summary: Got this for netbook because of the nub receiver. Had difficulty making cursor move where intended from the start. It wandered around and was not controllable. Maybe this one is just a dud,but ended up replacing it with similar one from Microsoft,which works great. The HP mouse is in the trash.