Reviews and Problems with Kensington PROFIT WIRELESS FULL SIZE MOUSE
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A cheap wireless mouse done well.
Reinold R., Newegg
18 May 2014
Summary: What gave me such a bad immpression about this mouse was the first wireless mouse I ever bought( at the same price of 25) was terrible. This mouse has completely changed the way that I view wireless mice.
Pros: Before this mouse I have used one, amazingly bad mouse, and a good ambidextrous mouse. I can say that for sure the ergonomics on this mouse are much better than both of the other miceI have used, despite being in the same general price point (20-30). It has been almost a year since I have gotten this mouse (just over eleven months) and it has gone though a lot of work with me. I am a student and use my computer just about everyday, while also using it for gaming sesss...
Cons: Sometiems I feel that the mouse is just a tad too small for my hand. There is the pro fit full size mouse so if you have big hand I would go for that one. Also, if you use the palm grip you should go for t he full size as well. While I don't have large hands I have long hand (I am so skinny that my hands are longer than average people but thinner than most as well). There are only two different dpi setting for the mouse and if you want something slightly smaller are l...
Summary: Over the years I've run through a ton of mice and most of them I found were not too good. Whenever I went to buy a replacement for one that I found that I like, I usually find that its been discontinued, redesigned or something. All I need is a mouse that fits my hand (I got big hands, I need a big mouse), has a back button (I don't need 50 buttons that get in the way or that I don't use), a scroll wheel with detents (not one that goes clunk-clunk, because it has a...
Summary: I bought this about a month ago and I love it. It's very ergonomic (I'm a 6' tall male with regular sized hands, I wear a glove size of L). It tracks quite nicely on shiny and wood surfaces that my last mouse didn't like at all. The scroll wheel and back/forward thumb buttons all work very well. The sensor/laser is in the middle of the mouse.
Summary: This mouse is falling apart on me after a few weeks. The rubber part beneath my thumb is crumbling from regular use, and I haven't used it for that long. Plus the mouse is very tall, kills my wrist after a while.
Summary: I have been looking for a 'full size' mouse to fit my hand. The mouse is smooth in operation and fits my hand fairly well. My problem, and why I am looking for another mouse again, is the buttons are not programmable. I need the thumb buttons to be double clicks. This mouse has forward and backward pre-programmed. I'll keep the mouse as a back up but was not aware by the description that it was preset and not programmable.
Summary: I use this mouse several hours a day. Everything from the internet to graphics programs. So far the batteries last much longer than my previous mouse. I haven't changed them yet, still running on the batteries that came with the mouse.