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Kensington Ci60
6.4 out of 10

Kensington Ci60

The Kensington Ci60 Wireless Optical Mouse combines a unique Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Kensington Ci60

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Overall 4
4.0

Brick

Shaun S., Newegg
29 June 2012
  • Summary: Seemed like a good deal at the time; however, I have regretted it from the moment I bought it. I am used to having the button closest to the back of the mouse being the "back" button for my browser. Uncomfortable to use, not very ergonomic. Might be good for people with extra large hands.
  • Pros: Big. Looks nice. Quality feel. Tracks well.
  • Cons: Too heavy. Not comfortable to hold. Back button is not logically placed. Sleeps too often. Hard to wake up.
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Overall 2
2.0

Belongs in the trash bin

corban f., Newegg
6 October 2011
  • Summary: NEVER BUY THIS MOUSE! Right now i'm having to remove the batteries and put them back in every 3 minutes just to write this review because it keeps shutting off. It's an awful mouse and I wish I noticed this earlier. I wouldn't take this mouse even if they payed ME to take it. NEVER BUY THIS MOUSE
  • Pros: Comfortable, 5 buttons. that's it
  • Cons: Awful mouse, burns through batteries, I've gone through about 6 sets of batteries in less than a month. I'm getting massive battery corrosion after a month.
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Overall 8
8.0

Fwd & back works from the box on Win 7

MILENA J., Newegg
18 April 2011
  • Summary: Ok, I compared it with Logitech G7 which is more gaming mouse but even new battery drains too fast for my standard. However, I did have Kensington flat keyboard before and that was the main reason to try this big boy since I was satisfied with the keyboard.
  • Pros: Huge mouse for big hands, nice design, rubber covering is plus, buttons are working fine so far
  • Cons: not precise as my older Logitech G7, but price is much lower so I can't really complain too much
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Overall 4
4.0

Sending this one back

Sarah N., Newegg
25 January 2011
  • Summary: The packaging says this mouse is designed for OS X and WinXP; that's how long this mouse has been around. I'm sending this back. I don't know which I dislike the most--the weight or the lack of side buttons. For the price, I expect plug-and-play compatibility.
  • Pros: * Mouse, while large, feels nice in hand * Grips on side * True right-handed design
  • Cons: * No standard Win7 drivers, which means the forward/back buttons are non-functional * Very heavy * Tracking seems so-so
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Overall 10
10

Awsome mouse!

Anonymous, Newegg
16 January 2011
  • Summary: Great mouse for the price guys I say go for it, after two years my right click button dosen't want to really work half the time but that is due to so much wear and tear so i'm buying another one of these same exact one :) hunted for a new mouse for two days and decided I wanted this one again no...
  • Pros: This mouse is nice and large, awsome for people with large hands. Fits the whole palm of the hand to make good for hours on the computer and the grips after two years of use have yet to budge which is great because I had that issue in the past with other kinds of kingston comfort mouses, yes I pl...
  • Cons: Only con is batteries, it tends to go through it quickly but not to quick as some have said, I am on my computer 10 hours a day at least and I only replace them once every...oh three weeks? don't go for CHEEP batteries! Get the nice lithium batteries that will last you a month in this mouse other...
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Overall 10
10

Works great

Anonymous, Newegg
16 January 2011
  • Summary: I don't know where the problem was with the other review person I wonder how far his wireless connector thing was from his mouse, I have it on my computer desk and my mouse works just fine always has.
  • Pros: This mouse fits great in the hand and really great for people with large hands, it fits and cups the palm of your hand to make it great for hours of use if you play video games on your computer. Its a simple plug and play mouse plug it in and off you go! I've been using this mouse for over two ye...
  • Cons: Only con I have now is that my right click button won't work every now and then but i'm assuming its because after two years of constant use at least 10 hours a day has worn it out and that is why i'm writing this review and looking for a new one but if one mouse from someone who uses it every da...
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Overall 2
2.0

Junk!!!

James P., Newegg
22 December 2010
  • Summary: This was my first time trying a Kensington product with total disappointment.
  • Pros: NONE
  • Cons: This mouse is a piece of junk! It will not work unless it is right next to the USB dongle and yes I tried new batteries. It is not smooth when it does work. Cursor stutters and skips when moving. Very disappointed with this mouse. I returned it for full refund and will not buy Kensington product ...
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Overall 10
10

Home and Office

Karyn W., Newegg
14 July 2010
  • Summary: At work my mouse freezes about 80% of the time when the computer sleeps. Not sure why it is doing this. It does not do that at home. After snyching the mouse all is good. Not enough for me to move away from the other features that I love.
  • Pros: Great mouse. I have this mouse at home and love it. I spend most of my day on my computer online work, local work and working between the two. The 5 button configuration is great! It is larger than most mice which is a pro for me too. The mouse at home is about 3 years old. I recently needed a ne...
  • Cons: eats up batteries. I suggest to anyone that is interested in this mouse that they invest in recharable batteries. I purchased a 4 pack and always have 2 on the charger and 2 in the mouse...much better cost than always buying more AA batteries.
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Overall 6
6.0

Beware!

Amanda M., Newegg
18 May 2010
  • Summary: While I will never buy another Kensington mouse again regardless of compatibility due to their ignorance of driver issues, I will do everything I can to save this particular mouse. It's a great mouse.
  • Pros: This is an excellent mouse that has served me well for almost three years. Never once has it had a hardware problem. If you want a good, long-lasting mouse for a good price, this is a good bet!
  • Cons: However, if you have any Windows operating system later than XP (or any 64-bit version of an OS- including XP), the drivers for this mouse do not work and will probably never work. There are work-arounds floating around on the net, however.
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Overall 6
6.0

Good for big hands

Aaron H., Newegg
18 November 2009
  • Summary: Desperately needs an on/off switch. I haven't had any connection problems as others have noted. I have the mouse usually within 5-18" at any given time and have never had a signal drop.
  • Pros: This is a pretty large mouse. I like having the height and the rubber grips on the sides. Of all the ones I tried out before buying, this was probably the second largest mouse after the Kensington PilotBoard mouse. One feature the mouse does have that I could not find listed anywhere are 2 low ba...
  • Cons: Tracking is ok, just ok. I thought it wouldn't be that big if a deal, but every morning it takes a little notable adjustment. There is Mouseworks software that allows different tracking profiles, but I just can't seem to get it to feel right. Battery life is noticeably short. Brand new, fresh bat...
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