Excerpt: The ergonomics are very good, a little big for my hand, if you don't have big hands go for the mid-size. Does not have the best optical sensor in the world but other mice in the same price range are no better.
Excerpt: Mist a software to operate this mice in a Mac from Kensington, the two sides buttons do nothing to bad because this mouse could easily replaced the M500 from Logitech at a $ special price at B&H at Logitech web $
Pros: USB plug and play, so it was immediately recognized by my computer. Feels great with the ergonomic styling. Laser is a huge improvement over the roller ball style and it doesn't get all gummed up. Responds quickly to inputs.
Cons: A bit of a larger feel than my previous mouse, however it didn't take long to become familiar with its shape
Pros: Cheap, it has a nice meaty shape that I like.
Cons: The mouse is noticeably sluggish compared to other mice I have. Even other similarly cheap mice. I find this problem is even worse if it's not set to the highest sensitivity using the button on the mouse.
Summary: I have big hands and you know what that means, big mouse.... so this mouse is very comfortable to me.
Pros: Comfortable, nice rubber grip for thumb, mouse wheel has finite positions, nice if you are playing a game and use the mouse wheel to select a weapon or something Very good control, laser does not skip around at all
Cons: I don't think think would be good for lefties, but i am not lefty so it is not really a con for me