Summary: I actually bought this one for my girlfriends laptop. I have another kensington slim wireless mouse with the nano reciever and this one just feels a bit funny to me after using mine so much. It is however, very quick to pick up, the nano is super small and never gets in the way or snags on anything when you move around, and the batteries last for a very long time(even though she never turns it off). Kensington makes a nice product here.
Summary: I really like this mouse. Its very flat profile helps reduce wrist and finger strain if you use your mouse a lot (like many hours a day). Overall, it is a bit a smaller than a full size mouse. It has two major negatives: 1. It goes to sleep after a few minutes of inactivity and you have to click one of the buttons to get it to wake up again. Simply moving it around is not enough like with most mice 2.
Summary: Kensington K72328US ci95 Wireless Mobile Mouse with Nano Receiver I really like this mouse but it has one problem: When you use it to select and open a folder, the "Move it to trash" is just below the "Open". I have moved folders to trash without realizing it. This is a major design flaw.
Summary: I bought this because the USB receiver on my Kensington Wireless Optical Mouse Titanium K72276US was struck so many times it stopped working. So, this is pretty much the same mouse only with a smaller receiver. This mouse works about the same, but it doesn't always click the point I'm aiming at the first time. I keep thinking it's me or my imagination, but I didn't have this problem with my previous Kesington mouse.
Summary: If you are looking for a basic point and click wireless mouse that has a scroll wheel, this is a great choice. It was plug and play with my new laptop that is running Windows 7. This particular one was a warranty replacement for an earlier model I had problems with. One benefit of the Kensington model is the small size takes up less space if you travel. If you want something more advanced, go with the Logitech ones.
Summary: The unit works well and was very easy to install. The slim design is very portable, you can put it in your pocket for whole day without noticing it.The only problem with it is sometimes when you leave the unit on for a long time, you will need to restart it otherwise just can't reactivate it. Also, the battery don't last very long, mines need to replace the battery after 3 months and I only use it 2-4 hours a day.
Summary: The USB receiver is tiny enough that I leave it in my laptop's port all the time. The low profile of the mouse makes it quite easy to pack around. The mouse tracks accurately and the clicks are distinctive and easy. It saves its battery quite effectively and almost never needs to be reset when the computer wakes from sleep.
Summary: After trying at least a dozen corded and wireless mice, I've had the luck to try this one which is by far the best. Besides ergonomics, the mouse is designed to stay plugged in your laptop at all times and has a clever tab at the bottom to turn it off. Highly recommended!
Summary: these are very good mice. The only problem is there is no place to store the USB if you want to remove it from your computer. On the other side the USB is so small you can leave it in your laptop and still get it into your carry case. I bought 3 of them and would buy again. Great value!