Excerpt: This replaced a 5-button Logitech. I do a lot of dragging to cut n paste. The Logitech dropped out mid-drag and often failed to capture the text I wanted. This Kensington has been quick and accurate. Though it took some getting used to as it is very light and small.
Summary: With a few minor changes this mouse could be fantastic. If both the DPI settings were doubled and the scroll wheel was flat this mouse would be the best wireless mouse I've ever seen.
Pros: Perfect size and shape (other than the scroll wheel, see cons). My hands are average size and this fills my hand perfectly. Convenient DPI switch button. Easy to press if you need to but hard to press by accident.
Cons: The scroll wheel is rounded on top. It gets uncomfortable after using for a while. It was also pretty stiff to start with but eventually it loosened up... maybe too much. Occasionally it will scroll up and down repeatedly without me even touching it. If I turn it a bit it will stop so it's not a ...
Summary: I've had it for a few weeks now and its not living up to my old lodgitech the only reason I upgraded to this, if you can call it that, was the micro receiver....point is if ur going to go this deep in money wise save up $10 and get a better lodgitech they seem to be the only really reliable mice
Pros: light (if u like that), good button placement, pretty sensitive, high dpi, and micro receiver...the whole reason I bought it over others at this price.
Cons: light (because I absolutely hate that), the right click button also tends to stick and be unresponsive on occasion.