Pros: High quality. Full size. Plug and play worked flawlessly.
Cons: 2 left side buttons on mouse make usage next to impossible. The buttons on the left side of the mouse CANNOT be disabled! Therefore, this mouse is worthless to me. They are used for going forward/backwards when on a website and you WILL hit them inadvertently making use of this mouse an utter pai...
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.