Summary: I'm a bit disappointed with the product. Though it is very light weight, I think a bit more mass would make it easier to use. The Bluetooth looses conection 2 to 3 times over a 1 to 2 hour per session. Powering the mouse off and back on causes it to reconnected. My biggest disappointment is with the mouse wheel. The mouse wheel sometimes clicks loudly when scrolly. It depends on how I hold it.
Summary: I was looking for a bluetooth notebook mouse that was rechargeable, had a tilt wheel, a laser pickup, and back and forward buttons. Surprisingly, this was the only mouse I could find that fit those requirements. It works quite well, I haven't had any tracking issues, it pairs quickly and easily, its reliable (once you have your bluetooth hardware configured correctly), and is pretty comfortable.
Summary: I received this mouse two weeks ago and the batery is still charged, all the mouse features work perfect, the only issue is that it does not get conected with the computer automatically when I get it on, I have to make to connection process every time, but once I am not a computer expert i do not know if it is because my computer or the mouse. I like it very much.
Summary: Bought this mouse for my wife's new laptop. I was looking for a feature packed mouse that didn't break the bank. Minimum I was looking for was a laser mouse with tilt-scroll wheel. This one fit the bill with the bonus of having a built-in battery. We'll see how long the built-in battery lasts. When I first tried to pair the mouse up with the computer I had major problems.
Summary: Made in China junk. Impossible to open blister pack. The mouse felt good, tracked well, paired well....at first. The next day re-pairing, reinstalling. At first, it would wake up instantly. After a few tries it would lag. The dpi switch was impossible to determine it's effectiveness. The documentation said an LED would indicate its setting, no LED would illuminate upon pressing the switch. The worst part was the mouse was unstable. It was not flat.
Summary: When I got this mouse, I was pleased with everything about it, until I tried scrolling horizontally. Most mice truly scroll horizontally from the tilt wheel. This one acts like the left and right arrow keys. When editing text, it will simply move the cursor left or right. You cannot hold the tilt wheel to continue moving. I contacted support and got this: "The tilt wheel is one click one movement. We do not know of way to make it so one click equals a scroll.
Summary: This mouse has some qualities. The tracking is very good, the sensitivity level adjustment is a nice touch and the ability to charge it through USB while using it is nice also. I like the carry back that comes with it and I also "initially" felt good about the purchase because I trust in the IOGear brand. when I received the mouse it would not charge beyond 35-40%...frustrating. I contacted tech support-they were very prompt.
Summary: Got for Christmas and dont like the design. The forward-backward buttons do not stickout like my other mouse so I cant feel them with my thumb. I have to look at the mouse to use them. Also the battery charge does not last like I expected. It was easy to setup.
Summary: I returned two of these mice because the forward and backward buttons did not work. I ordered the mouse to use with a MacBook Pro based on the stated Mac support for this product. The mouse paired flawlessly, tracking was excellent, and the scroll wheel functioned well. The mouse is surprisingly light, and it fit very well in my hand.