Reviews and Problems with Kensington PROFIT WIRELESS FULL SIZE MOUSE
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1 November 2013
Summary: While the ergonomics were very nice and the ability to choose different sizes to fit different sized hands was nice, there is a major flaw on the Mac OS: You can't program the buttons. With Logitech mice, you can program the buttons and click of the scroll wheel to do things like double click, jump to a location, etc. There is no software/control panel for this mouse. What they program is what you get.
Summary: Fits decently in my hand, still a bit small for me but I am not "average" and it's a big step up from standard mice. Only issue I have is with the optical sensor sensitivity. I'm using it on a Mahogany desk with no pad and it doesn't track as well as my old mouse which had no issues tracking. Pads tend to dig into my arm after a while and are not comfortable so I tend to avoid them, but I think with a proper surface under it the mouse would perform great.
Summary: The mouse itself is good. I first bought the mid-size Kensington mouse but found that the full-size fit me better and kept my hand from cramping after hours of working online. But less than a month after buying the mouse, the wireless USB receiver that plugs into the computer broke when I bumped it on the door frame.
Summary: Very nice mouse. The mouse is taller than most, and wider, so it fits in my hand very well. The tallness allows me to rest the palm of my hand on the mouse. The bottom profile is larger than most mice, so it glides a little slower than I am used to. Therefore, I increased the cursor speed to maximum and it works great. I like the side scroll feature of the wheel and it has a very nice weight to it. Oh, and the wheel is rubbery, not hard plastic.
Summary: I have a normal size hand, but I like a full size mouse. This one is very comfortable, works very smoothly, and meets my needs. I have been working with it for a couple of months now and have not had any problems with the wireless. I recommend it.
Summary: I usually find mice to be uncomfortably small for my hands. So I thought this "full size" mouse would be perfect. It was _beyond_ perfect. It was _huge_. If you have very large hands I'm sure it will be quite comfortable. But it was too big for my hand. Also, the picutre emphasizes the "ergonomic" shape, but it's not tilted quite as much as it seems to be in the image.
Summary: I bought this for my Dad who is a big guy. He was complaining that his hand hurt him a lot after a day of working on the computer and he was always squeezing and shaking his hand. After using this larger mouse, he has had noticeably less pain and discomfort and he finds it much easier to use than the roller ball or other alternatives we tried.