Excerpt: I’m always on the hunt for spacing-saving, lighter-weight gadgets for my gear bag. I’d been trying out a few different travel mice when a colleague at work showed me a “little dinky Bluetooth mouse” he had just bought, which turned out to be the . It was even smaller than , so I thought I’d give the IOGEAR Mini Mouse a whirl. Here’s what I found after using it for a while.
Pros: small & lightweight, rechargeable, great case
Excerpt: The Good Solid, built well, and useful on the road. The Bad Needs more customized software so the third button can be programmed. Laptop users have long endured less then perfect computer input solutions while they are on the road. People tend to use the built-in trackpads, but they don't feel as natural as they should, especially for prolonged use. USB mice are a good solution, but the cable always tangles or gets caught on things.
Pros: Solid, built well, and useful on the road.
Cons: Needs more customized software so the third button can be programmed.