Pros: Small but not tiny. Nice gripy material on the left side (not plain rubber, some sort of gentle and firm gel-like material) The size allows me to accurately move it with the outer 2/3 of my hand while I can pivot on my outer wrist bone providing better control of the cursor. I can predict some ai...
Summary: I was looking for a replacement for my Kensington Ci20 (great mouse), but this one fell short. It really is more of a mobile mouse that doesn't have a retractable cable. Also, I tried Kensington's 'full size' mouse, and it was just way too large.
Pros: - Feels solid, high quality construction, great feeling buttons. - Very comfortable if you have small hands, or if you prefer a smaller mouse. - Absolutely no software needed.
Cons: - Small. Don't be fooled by the 'mid-size' advert, this is smaller than a stock dell mouse. - Jumpy laser. I don't game much, so the dpi settings do nothing for me. I basically wanted a replacement for an optical mouse, but because of the laser and all the dpi settings, I was never able to proper...
Summary: I've had this mouse less than a month but so far have found nothing wrong with it. I searched for 2 weeks for a full sized mouse that was wired at a reasonable price, and this product met and exceeded my expectations.
Pros: Good, large size, fits my hand very well, adjustable speed is a great addition.
Summary: Not worth it unless you have tiny hands and don't mind it breaking.
Pros: The mouse would fit the hand of a very small person with comfort.
Cons: The mouse is very small- certainly not a mid size mouse. After owning the mouse for over a year, it began to slowly loose the ability to detect movement- nothing would help. Kensington's site is poor and contains absolutely no information on warranty/returns except legal notices with disclaimers ...
Summary: I was miffed and reread the description. It doesn't really tell you how small this thing is. It says "mid-size" which it is not. Especially if you compare it to it's Full sized brethren. It's barely bigger than my tiny bubble mouse with retractable cord for my laptop.
Pros: The device packs a lot of punch. The sensitivity button on the top might work for people that connect to a lot of different devices of various resolutions. Perhaps LCD screens in presentations rooms then small laptop screens.
Cons: Way too small. My hand, which is a below average sized man's hand, dwarfs this mouse. It's simply too small. I was going to immediatly send this back but decided to keep it and throw it in my laptop travel bag It's will be a good mouse for the road and at coffee shops. I'd rather do that than dea...
Summary: I bought & returned this mouse (other vendor) because whenever the mouse was idle (not moving the cursor) a very high pitched squeal would be heard through my speakers. When disconnected the squeal disappeared. I replaced the Kensington with a Microsoft Comfort Mouse 6000- no issues.
Pros: This is somewhat a smaller mouse than what im used to using but im very pleased. Ordered two of them, both worked just fine with no problems. Great feels, form fitted to your hand. cant complain here
Summary: I use this mouse majorly for RTS games like Starcraft 2 and Warcraft 3 and web browsing. It works very well with these 2 games. And actually I am using X-mouse button controller as its configuration software so that I can assign different mapping keys to those 2 side keys.
Pros: 4 DPI levels: 600 1200 1800 2400 Compatible with both PS/2 and USB ports 2 customizable keys on the left side, easy to push with your thumb Lightweight means you will not feel tired after a long time use Ergonomic design Size is perfect for a claw grip It's made in China, so it's cheap