Summary: great mouse but i would recommend taking the batteries out after use - the cutoff switch doesn't work and you will be changing batteries everyday - otherwise, it is a great mouse for laptop use - i bought a refurb for $4
Summary: My wife gave me her mouse when she gave up on getting it to work again. I figured if there was a fix or a problem, someone would mention it here. The reset process mentioned in the previous post got me a free working mouse.
Summary: The BEST mouse I ever had. Tried some mouses of Microsoft, Logiteach, Fatality, and others, and none was as good as this Labtec mouse. The only issue is that you need to recharge battery every week if you use the mouse all the time. At the same time, if you don't move the mouse (even if it is working and shining) then the mouse save the power.
Summary: This mouse has been problematic from the start. At first it worked great, then it did not work at all. I was about to call the company to find out what was happening, but I decided to try the product again and this time it worked. If it does not work again, I will certainly call the company.
Summary: I have been utterly thrilled with this little guy. I have had no problems with the batteries dying thus far. I just remember to unplug the mouse and store the usb in the mouse to turn it off. It's very light and portable yet fully functional.
Summary: I was excited when I found this a year and a half ago since USB wireless mice weren't that popular then. It was great at first, nice and small for my smaller hands. But it eats batteries like mad!! I was having to replace the 2 AAA's every week. Then I figured out that you have to unplug the receiver from the USB port and put it in the bottom of the mouse in order for it to be turned off.