Excerpt: This is easily one of the best mice I have ever used as far as cordless mice go. I have even used some other Sony mice that are not as good as this one. It has all of the ease and comfort you would expect out of a luxury mouse, yet the price tag of a clearance mouse. Kensington is one of the lesser known names in electronics but it is a sleeper company in this observer's eyes.
Excerpt: I use a Kensington Wireless Optical Mouse all day, everyday at work. And I have to say, I think it is a great wireless mouse. The mouse comes with a sensor which plugs into a usb port. I think this is great since more and more computers seem to have more usb ports. It is very easy to sync the sensor to the mouse. There is a button on the sensor and on the mouse. You simple press the buttons down and the sametime and it will sync. Very easy. I love the feel of this mouse.
The Kensington wireless mouse is a good product for a good price
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I ordered this mouse to replace an older Logitech wireless mouse for my work computer. It has great grips on the sides of the mouse, and is very comfortable to use. I like that it has a browser front/back button on the side of the mouse in addition to the right and left clickers on top. The mouse performs great, and the price couldn't be matched for comparable products. My only complaint would be that sometimes it is slow to connect .
"Slick visual and tactile design, terrible performance."
23 December 2010
Pros: The mouse looks and feels good.
Cons: Often does not "wake up" despite pressing buttons on the transmitter and receiver. Motion is much choppier and more coarse than even cheaper wired mouses. Went out and bought a more $$ Logitech version of this product, and have not looked back.
Summary: I am not happy with this product as it is hard to control it on your screen - it will vibrate and move on its own and gets lost on the screen - you have to keep adjusting it to find out where it is...I would not recommend this product.
Excerpt: "Kensington is known for functional, but not exactly stylish. It is small enough to fit into a laptop case easily, but big enough to use with a desktop without fatiguing your hand. This mouse lacking built-in USB cable and there are better mice out there for both desktop and laptop use, and this hybrid represents a compromise on both fronts. Desktop users may be used to extra thumb buttons, but the Ci60 has just the basics--left and right buttons and ...
Pros: Pop - out USB receiver can be stored in the mouse .
Cons: No built - in USB cable, and too big for traveler user