Summary: If you are going to offer a product that works only for one operating system, you need to put that information in the very first thing the potential customer sees. Our purchasing agent didn't read two paragraphs into the advertising hype, when it states this is a Win7 product only.
Summary: I was able to get most of the HP X7000 to function. It has a short cut button to upload photos onto Facebook that isn't working for me. I do like the way the cursor scrolls nicely and is very touch sensitive. It is large and somewhat cumbersome.
Summary: Well I wasn't going to buy this product bc of the badd reviews but I needed a nice big mouse bc of my CTS, I own a HP laptop and other products from them as well, so I figured how bad can it be, well it's not that bad if you have all the right software like windows 7 and stuff, my mouse paired...
Summary: I quite liked this large custom mouse, it fits well in my hand and is responsive and smooth. What I didn't like is the included software which must be installed and requests access to personal data on Facebook and other accounts.
Summary: I have an Acer laptop that is running Windows 7. I had absolutely no problems connecting the mouse to my computer. It was quite simple. Just pop in the mini CD disk into my disk drive, follow the on screen instructions, pull the little white tab out of the mouse, and push the connect button.
Summary: Worked with both Windows 7 and 8.1. Great responsiveness and love the fact you can program additional buttons. This usually costs up to $100. Updated to Windows 10 and it no longer connects. I'm sure there must be a way to connect it but I havent yet found how.
Summary: Tried this with my HP desktop. The tracking is jumpy and sometimes the cursor disappears entirely. Note that this is with the mouse about a foot away from the sensor. When it works, it works fine, but there are too many times where it just doesn't.