Reviews and Problems with Kensington Pro Fit 2.4 GHz Wireless Full-Size Mouse
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Value for money 6
Overall quality 2
27 August 2014
Summary: I got the product nicely on time. When I connected it into my computer it installed and recognized the device but the mouse never worked. I don't know if I had the bad luck of been the only one that got a defective product but I'm not happy at all. The order didn't even have the return option, that's messed up. I wasted my money. Personally I wouldn't recommend it to nobody.
Cons: huge receiver. Seriously - I've expected all keybords, mices to have a micro one by now. But this one is a huge receiver kina like old wireless cards or thumbddrives - sticking out good 6 centimeters out of laptop. I've returned it purely because of that.
Summary: Scroll wheel started free spinning after 2-3 months. I've spent more than 50,000 hours behind a computer terminal in my life and this is the first input device I've had physically fail before the surface material was worn off slick. This thing looks and feels like it was just taken out of the box.
Worst mouse I have ever had the displeasure of using
Alex B., Newegg
16 November 2011
Summary: The only people that this mouse is fit for are those who enjoy gum infections and bee stings.
Pros: It's cheap
Cons: It often confuses left clicks for middle clicks, it will ignore left clicks, it will change cursor movement speeds seemingly at random and it does not offer OS X users the ability to assign functions to its auxiliary buttons. Overall this mouse is a horrible and horribly frustrating.
Summary: I bought this coming from a Logitech MX Revolution (now called Performance MX), their top of the line mouse. The MX Rev was a great mouse, lasted me 5 years, and was very precise. This feels a little more plasticky and just isn't at the same level as the MX Rev. All in all, it's a decent mouse for everyday use and probably office use as well. It works OK with games, but you won't be a super sniper with this mouse. Probably good as a travel mouse, too.
Pros: -Wireless distance is great (working at about 10ft right now with no obstructions) -Battery life seems to be OK -Works OK for gaming, but not a gamer's mouse -Forward and back buttons -Has an off switch
Cons: -Smaller than expected (didn't realize it was the mid-sized mouse, and not the full sized) -Scroll wheel requires extra pressure to click -No free-wheeling scroll feature -No tilt wheel -Scroll wheel kinda jumps multiple lines sometimes -Not super precise -Can't seem to find the "right" mouse speed -A bit on the light sight -Can't seem to figure out how to assign function to the little extra middle button -A little small for my hands (6'0" tall)
Summary: Heard great things about 2.4Ghz wireless technology when it comes to battery life as compared to bluetooth. This mouse isn't one of them. The mouse came with energizer batteries that were empty after 2 weeks. That's because the energizer batteries were great batteries. Replaced them with philips batteries were empty after less than a day. Not sure if I'll toss the mouse or get rechargable batteries and replace them every couple of days if I'm lucky.