Reviews and Problems with Lenovo ThinkPad Bluetooth Laser Mouse
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kennyui, Office Depot
6 October 2014
Excerpt: If you have a small to medium-large hand size, I can recommend this mouse without any hesitation. Excellent weight, form and performance. For me, not having to use a dongle/port is more than worth the price.
Summary: Considering that nearly half the reviews here now show a problem with the left button, there's clearly a QC or build issue with this mouse. I'm very disappointed in Lenovo for this.
Pros: Great look and feel. Good strong Bluetooth connection. Tracks very well. Quiet but very solid sounding clicks.
Cons: As with the other lower ratings here, the left mouse button on mine has been sporadic over the past two months. Any actions that require a click-&-hold (selecting text, dragging and dropping, etc) are virtually useless at this point. I love everything else about, but clicking the left button is a...
Summary: Decent mouse. Build quality is good. Works very well with my Y500 lenovo laptop. syncs instantly on startup with no issue. Ideally, it should have more mouse buttons (forward/back on the side for example), but overall a good mouse.
Summary: Would LOVE another one if it worked properly. I am a very avid ThinkPad fan, and was so excited for this mouse. I am legit sad that it isn't working well.
Pros: -Its a ThinkPad mouse!
Cons: -The left button is already dying and i've only had it a couple weeks at most and have taken very good care of it. -On Windows 7 it has issues staying connected but this problem is removed when used on windows 8. -Not sure if this is typical of all of them or just mine, but I had high hopes for t...
Summary: On my second (replacement) mouse from Lenovo within 12 months. It's a great little mouse (for about 6 months) then the buttons seem to stop working. Current replacement worked for 6 months, and now I have the same issue with this one.