Reviews and Problems with Kensington Wireless Mini
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24 September 2007
Summary: Love this little critter! It's wonderfully small, so fits into a laptop case with ease. Works well...plug and play pretty much. I had software corrupted, but probably more the fault of my laptop than the mouse. Reinstalled the drivers and all was fine! I recommend!
Summary: This is an excellent plug and play tool for laptops. The small design is easy to use along side the laptop's built-in mouse pad so that no additional room is needed when traveling or using the laptop is small areas (like a lap). The functionality design and ease of use prove to be an asset to your work or play goals.
Summary: These little mice seem such a good idea and were very reasonably priced. I bought a total of three as I have three machines in use at present. They were OK for a bit but suffer from the following problems and are now all consigned to the bin. 1. The batteries are fitted by removing a sliding cover on the top of the mouse. This is so badly designed that a totally inappropriate force is required to slide it open. Result is frustration and a continual fear of breaking it.
Summary: Decided to buy a cordless mini mouse, after years of irritation using a conventional wired one. No more trailing wires all over place. The Kensington mini mouse has so far proved perfect. The set up took a few minutes, but the little mouse has worked perfectly on our HP laptop ever since, for all users (around 6 so far). The battery saving device, that switches the mouse off after a few minutes non-usage is well received. The mouse starts up as soon as you touch it.