Summary: I recently, finally, upgraded to Windows 7 ~ I like the format better than I thought would because of all of the WiFi applications ~ my computer is a laptop. We travel south in winter, and travel north for the summer; so convenient to have everything WiFi ~ don't miss the cords. Even though there were some negative reviews for the HP WiFi Mouse, I haven't had any problems with it, and very happy with it.
Summary: This is one of the better mice from HP. This mouse is great for gaming and everyday use. The only thing I didn't like was the feel. It has a very smooth feel, when I like more rubbery feels to the side. This makes me feel as if I have a strong grip on the mouse. Besides that, it works great and looks great.
Summary: HP wireless mouse works. I have a compatible hp laptop but the mouse disconnects often and have to go through a process in order to reconnect. More frustration than what I thought it would be. I would have been better off with a usb dongle mouse!
Summary: Like others, I bought this mouse because it didn't require a dongle. My computer does not have built in Bluetooth so a Bluetooth mouse was not an option. The mouse worked fine but when coming out of sleep mode, the mouse took FOREVER to reconnect. I went to the HP site and looked for updates to the driver and firmware. There was a firmware upgrade that addressed that specific problem - slow to connect out of sleep mode.
Not perfect, but a very good little pointer that doesn't hog USB...
Nathaniel Allen, Amazon
5 December 2011
Summary: This is my second HP WiFi mouse -- I liked the first one THAT much. I actually purchased this new mouse for my dad, to go along with a new laptop we gave him for his birthday. I'm currently using the mouse on a Lenovo E420 running Windows 7 Home Premium 64. The E420 uses a Realtek RTL8188CE chipset, which is compatible with the "SoftAP" feature under WiFi. It worked equally well with my year+ old Lenovo G530 using a Broadcom BCM4312 chipset.
Summary: I would have to admit I was skeptical of this at first but seeing more reviews and reviews of others I finally ordered 3 with two in reserves. I got one installed after more then few tries and to be recognize by my laptop wifi but it did finally work which was better then to have a dongle sticking on the outside of the laptop with chances of it breaking or being lost.
Lag-free & responsive; appreciate the freed-up USB port...
Nathaniel Allen, Amazon
5 July 2011
Summary: I was really excited about the prospect of a WiFi mouse due to my entry-level Lenovo G530 having no built-in BlueTooth. One USB port was used up by the a Belkin Mini USB Bluetooth Adapter , and the other by the proprietary adapter used by Logitech's M505 mouse (which is otherwise a great wireless mouse). One important note: this WiFi HP mouse requires not only Windows 7, but a "Win7 logo certified WiFi network adapter.
Summary: My only complaint about this mouse is unfortunately a very common problem with multi-button mice. HP says you can customize the side buttons but what they don't tell you is that you must select the function from a drop-down menu. And apparently HP assumes they know all functions we could want. But it is missing two of my most used keys: the control and shift keys. I like to read things in new tabs and the easiest way to accomplish this is to cntrl+click on a link.