Excerpt: (1 items) After wrestling open the Kensington Ci75m Wireless Notebook Mouse’s hideously wasteful and dangerously sharp-edged plastic packaging, you’re greeted by a pleasant surprise: Not only are the sleek, slim mouse’s two AAA batteries included, but they’re brand-name alkalines and not cheapo lead-acid no-names. What’s more, they slip easily into the Ci75m due to its magnetic latch, which makes popping it open a cinch.
Pros: USB cable curls up inside easy-to-open body, Both wireless and wired operation, Excellent tracking performance
Cons: No button-customization options, Cable too short for comfortable right-handed use on left-ported notebooks, Flimsy cover for dongle’s mini-USB port
Excerpt: I'd recently been shopping around for a wireless optical mouse when I stumbled upon the most wonderful little mouse on a clearance rack at Target. I had been looking at the Logitech VX Nano [Affiliate] which seemed to be an outstanding little mouse, but at over $50, I'd been holding off. That is when I found the Kensington Ci75m for under $20. Let me show you around and let you see why I think this thing rocks.