Summary: I'm glad I waited to review this mouse. It was replacing a "possessed" older mouse that I was very comfortable with - well, until.... The size was the same, it feels good in the hand. Not too happy with how the batteries are replaced. It feels as if I'm breaking the mouse.
Summary: I bought this to use with my desktop HP computer . I could not really use it at all . It would not work . I ended up putting it in with my HP laptop that I use for trips and it works great for it so I am happy to get use out of it .
Summary: I ordered this mouse along with a new keyboard because my old ones were not working properly. The keyboard works well on everything except my e-mail. So, that may be my provider's issue. The mouse works better than the old one but not on my family tree program. Maybe that program is the issue there.
Summary: I was hopeful when I saw this mouse got better reviews than the other Optical Comfort Mouse by HP. But I have random issues with this one, as described by other owners of the non-Link-5 variety.
Summary: Nice mouse, works well. Has an on-off switch on the bottom to conserve batteries. The only problem is that the wheel is loose as a goose. On most mice the wheel has definite stops you can feel and that holds the wheel at the setting you select.
Summary: If you want a good cheap wireless comfortable mouse then this is the one for you. But if you want this for gaming then avoid this mouse at all costs. When I try to play any games that use the source engine (CCS,left4dead 1&2,Half-Life,Portal 1&2,) the mouse just disconnects and is unusable until you...
Summary: The cover is loose and does not have a good adjustment, and sometimes it goes out of the frame. The usb connection do not have a place to keep it with the mouse, which is an inconvenience when the person takes the mouse to travel. The tiny usb connection could be lost.