Summary: I needed replacements that I had bought a few years back. These still worked correctly with their ps2 adapters. A lot of the current USB mice no longer work.. I love the size of this mouse. It is large and fits my hand better than other mice.
Summary: I've owned several Kensington input devices over the years, and this is the first one that I have been somewhat dissatisfied with from the beginning. I don't have small hands, nor are they overly large... but this mouse just doesn't feel right to me. Because of the contours, your hand and wrist are forced into one position. For me this puts the primary mouse button in a not so intuitive position.
Summary: Has three sensitivity settings, fits in your hand nice, and is cheap. Cause mice shouldn't be $100. AND it has a forward and back button on the side for your thumb - great for lazy people like me who go on Stumbleupon way too much. Plug N Play too, although I don't know many devices not set that way...
Summary: The mouse wheel just, I guess, misplaced itself or something as I was scrolling down and doesn't work anymore. Other than that, I played TF2 normally. I usually have small mice, which make it weird to play games. The rubber texture felt alright and the DPI button didn't get in the way. If not for the scroll wheel I would still use it.
Summary: I work 8-10 hours a day on the computer and I hate the trend of shrinking, tiny mice, so I decided to try this one. You and I are both busy, so I'll keep this short: Pros: - Good size. I have average size hands and like how this fills the hand and creates a nice, neutral, rounded grasp. - Unlike other mice I've used, the thumb buttons are positioned well and don't get the in the way of using the mouse, but they're conveniently there when you need them.
Summary: Part of this might be my own fault. I bought 2 of these, which I found to be much larger than I thought they were, but would be okay if it weren't for 2 issues. I only used one of them and kept the other for a backup. The mouse was fine for about a week, but then the "left clik" button got a little hard to press in order to make contact. When you're on a PC or notebook for several hours, this can be quite annoying.