Summary: Bought this mouse together with Pavilion dm4 laptop. Two or three times a day I got the blue screen of death. Took me a while to figure out it was the mouse. It also crashes my desktop when I connect it to it. HP support was of no help. I gave up and bought a Dell BT mouse. All is good now. Took my loss. My advice: Buy a different mouse.
Summary: If I could give this product zero stars I would. Connected to Mac flawlessly. Tried to connect to Windows 7, wouldn't budge. No connection even reinstalling bluetooth drivers. HP Customer Service was completely worthless and sounded more confused than me. Will stay away from HP products in the future. How can a bluetooth mouse be useful without being able to connect to the darn laptop?
Summary: Like everyone, as laptops are getting smaller USB ports are at a premium so the idea of a Bluetooth mouse sounded perfect. At £25 (instore) seemed great value for money. +ves: + good ergonomic design that you would expect from a good brand -ves: - Bluetooth pairing is erratic. Sometimes it takes, sometimes it doesn't and you have to keep trying to pair (approx.
Summary: Bough to use with an Acer Aspire due to limited USB ports. Using Windows 8.1 pairs quickly and painlessly but then continuously drops the connection meaning you constantly have to switch it off & back on again. Returned the first & the replacement had exactly the same problem. Later found out it is a common issue with this model & no obvious fixes available. Total junk - don't waste your time.
Summary: I've had good experiences with HP mice in the past but this one is a tragic let down. The battery connections aren't reliable so it needs an occasional shake. It doesn't fit properly in the palm but it has to be held forward in the fingers to operate the clickers (so it's too short - like a laptop mouse). And it's impossible to get the batteries out - well I haven't figured it out yet. An unexpected piece of really poor design from HP. I've given up with it.
This was the second wireless mouse I have bought. Rubbish, don't waste your money
Miss Books, Amazon
17 September 2013
Summary: I decided that I would pay a bit more and invest in a brand name 'HP' mouse this time round as the first was a cheap one which didn't work properly. However, a couple of months down the line I am dismayed to find that this mouse is not fit for purpose either. It loses its connection with the batteries regularly which means that you are forever undoing it and jigging them to get a connection which you then promptly lose again. Don't waste your money like I did!
Summary: i bought this mouse a few months ago, it seemed a good bargain based on the reviews i have read. only a a couple of weeks till it start to shatter and lag, i changed the batteries thinking it's the problem, but was hopeless, the whole design is faulty. the response is very bad, the lag just kill everything, u have to unplug and plug again the mouse and if you are lucky it will work for quite sometime before it lags again.