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Kensington Pro Fit USB/PS2 Wired Full-Size Mouse
8.0 out of 10

Kensington Pro Fit USB/PS2 Wired Full-Size Mouse

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Reviews and Problems with Kensington Pro Fit USB/PS2 Wired Full-Size Mouse

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Overall 10
10

Competent Mouse

richard t., Newegg
3 weeks ago
  • Summary: For the price, you can't go wrong......although this seems Windows 8/8.1 specific, it should be good for Windows in general.
  • Pros: responsive, well made, very inexpensive for its features
  • Cons: corded, no instruction manual
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Overall 6
6.0

A bit small

Jeff R., Newegg
3 weeks ago
  • Summary: I bought this as a slightly faster replacement for my wireless mouse At $11, it is not worth the time and postage to return
  • Pros: Good price What does work seems to work well 1800 dpi more that sufficient for what I do
  • Cons: Left click does not always work without extra pressure on the button Smaller than the wireless mouse I have and no mention in specifications of size, so no way to compare.
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Overall 2
2.0

Great Full Size Design with One HUGE Failure...

Christopher C., Newegg
9 November 2015
  • 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...
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Overall 6
6.0

Working

Don C., Newegg
29 July 2015
  • Summary: This works as a standard mouse well for the price. That is, if you have a larger hand. Smaller hands will feel discomfort after a while.
  • Pros: For larger hands, works great.
  • Cons: Large, smaller hands will feel discomfort after long periods of using this mouse.
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Overall 10
10

kensington Mouse

Harry K., Newegg
25 March 2015
  • Summary: My worries were gone after using this mouse for 2 seconds. Just a straight up wired mouse! I'm a graphic designer and I'm on my mouse all day... I will buy this mouse again.
  • Pros: Full sized: I wear mens size XXL gloves. this mouse fits me perfectly. I like the variable speed button with 3 or 4 detentes to give a little variety. the thumb rest has a nice rubbery feel.
  • Cons: The only cons is that this thing has been downplayed. people think everything has to be $100 to be good. So, I felt worried...
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Overall 8
8.0

"You get what you paid"

Tomás, B&H Photo
20 March 2015
  • 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.
  • Pros: Dpi Changer, Ergonomics, Plug-n-play
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Overall 10
10

User Review

Christopher O., Newegg
22 January 2015
Overall 8
8.0

Nice built size

AlRobi, B&H Photo
2 January 2015
  • 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: Easy To Set Up
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Overall 10
10

Ergonomic Mouse

Paul H., Newegg
20 December 2014
  • 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
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Overall 4
4.0

User Review

Patrick B., Newegg
26 September 2014
  • 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.
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