Reviews and Problems with Kensington PROFIT WIRELESS FULL SIZE MOUSE
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Its still available..........
Rl Shuey, Amazon
10 May 2014
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.
Summary: Does what it is supposed to do. Cleared up a lot of problems I was having that I did not realize was mouse related. It forces me to hold the mouse at a rather odd angle that is not natural to me, though. I am constantly figiting to try and find a way to hold the mouse that is comfortable to me.