Excerpt: I have too many cords as it is so I decided to bite the bullet and get a wireless mouse. I've used this brands before and was not dissappointed and I wasn't dissappointed with this one either. I hanve bif hands and was happy it fit my hands well.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly
Summary: Happily I found that after removing the batteries, 2 easy to access screws can be removed allowing the upper shell to be removed. With the shell removed pressing the laser module back in place is easy to do. Took less than 5 minutes and a Phillips head screwdriver and I was back in business.
Pros: This is an excellent all-around mouse. Actually a replacement for one I lent a co-worker and did not get returned. It is precise, fits well in my hand and is very capable all around.
Cons: When I received this mouse, it would not register motion on my desk. Upon further inspection I found that the laser module was not snapped into place. I took the risk of opening up the mouse and found it to be an easy fix. If if weren't for my technical knowledge this would have needed an RMA.
Summary: I own two of them but am now upgrading to a better mouse for gaming.
Pros: Perfect size and weight. Has 3 buttons that can be used for macros in games or as a default scroll, forwards,backwards. I replaced the battery only 2 times in the span of a year with over 40 hours a week heavy use. Great bang for your buck. The mouse is very heavy duty, as a gamer I sometimes sma...
Cons: The range for the device is veeery bad. I'd say around 4 feet max before it starts having reception issues. Unless you use it for a laptop or a desktop with no line of sight issues from the usb and mouse you will hate it and smash it on your table to get it working...doesn't help Eh. But, i heard...
Summary: For $12 there's not much to lose. So far I bought five of these. So if one in five doesn't have a receiver, that's an 80% success rate. Thus, 4 eggs.
Pros: Nice Mouse. We have several in our office and like them.
Cons: Nothing against the mouse but it's pretty much useless without a receiver. I ordered 2 with this order. One had a receiver inside but the other one didn't. Since it's refurbished there are no returns allowed.
Summary: I've done a little gaming (original Guild Wars, PvZ) with this mouse, and had no problems. Neither of those are particularly twitchy though. No problems in general use. I use one of these with my laptop, and the other on my test bench. I'm happy with them.
Pros: No lag or bouncing. Tracks well on a wooden desk or mousepad. Mouse in excellent condition. This is the second one of these I've bought. Unifying dongle works with a K360 also.
Cons: Feet somewhat worn, the only evidence it wasn't new, but it does feel unpleasantly rough on a hard surface. I'd like them to have been replaced, as cheap as they are. An egg had to go.
Excerpt: This wireless mouse is plug and play, and it feels good to hold. Extra buttons allow me to navigate forward and backward in a browser. Most importantly, I'm no longer snagging a mouse cable on the mess of software boxes and magazines on a shelf under the desk. Batteries were included.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly, Great Features
Summary: It might be possible to replace the switch myself with a soldering iron...
Pros: It was a comfortable mouse and worked well on most surfaces although it had problems with rough surfaces such as some woods and carpet. Forward and back buttons placed very well. Long battery life
Cons: Center click died after around 2.5 years. This wouldn't normally be too big of deal but I needed it for CAD work.
Excerpt: I bought this mouse because it lets you program its buttons. I wanted the 2 buttons on the side to scroll down or up one page when in MS Word. The software I downloaded for the mouse was anything but intuitive, but after searching around in it for about 45 minutes got it to do what I wanted.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Glides Smoothly, Great Features
Summary: No issues whatsoever so far. I wanted a full-sized wireless mouse to bring to work and this was the best bang for the buck. Very comfortable; everything is just where it needs to be. Only minor con that I can think of is that it doesn't work on a glass surface, but the more expensive version does.