Summary: I installed the drivers but the side-to-side scrolling doesn't work with mine. Using 2008 MacBookPro. That being said, I do love this mouse. Slightly smaller than the usual-sized mouse. Nice for a female hand. Great quality, awesome for the price. Nice, long chord. My favorites? No mouse pad and AWESOME laser technology. Durable, dependable, Logitech. Owned it since August 2012 and still works like new.
Summary: Maybe it's just that I'm used to a larger mouse, but this one seems a bit small. I'm used to having enough rough to place my middle finger on the wheel while holding my index and ring on the left and right buttons respectively. I can't do that with this mouse. I can only fit my index and middle finger on the left and right buttons and have to switch my index back and forth between the wheel and left button.
Summary: Background. I have small hands and Logitech mice always work much better than Microsoft mice for me. Pros: 1. Excellent tracking -- much better than standard optical, especially on tough surfaces. 2. Higher dpi -- must compensate by slowing mouse down in software. 3. Price -- reasonable at under $20. Cons: A. Mouse is too high -- considerably higher than the other Logitech mice I have. B.
Summary: I ordered this mouse after multiple failures of my Apple "Magic Mouse". So far this mouse works great, it has a wheel instead of a ball and mechanically this seems to the proper way to scroll. The price was right.
Summary: First of all: DON'T LOOK AT THE DIMENSION THAT IS IN THE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION. HOW IN THE WORLD THAT THIS MOUSE IS 8.9 INCHES LONG! That is actually the dimension of the box the mouse comes with! Look at this product: <...> iHome FastTrack Laser Mouse (Red) This LS1 is actually much smaller than the iHome. However, this is still a decent mouse for use in all situation. Long cord for PC and the laser is good for laptop.