Summary: I have had this mouse for over a year, went with this because money was tight and it was on sale for $30 at walmart. If you play games alot go with a different mouse, this thing takes a LONG time to get used to the over sensitivity.
Pros: Only pro i can think of is that its not ball or optical. Thats about it.
Cons: Here we go: WAY to sensitive, even with the setpoint program sensitivity set to nothing, i find myself shooting the cursor over icons and pretty much anything else i aim for. It is curved way to much, when im using the mouse it feels like my whole hand is falling off the right side of the mouse, ...
Summary: I am replacing this mouse with the Logitech MX 1100. I have heard great things about this mouse, so I hope there is a noticable improvement in quality.
Pros: Mouse tracks very well and is comfortable even for slightly larger sized hands. Easy to set up. Good range and signal. Great for casual computing use. Long battery life.
Cons: All buttons are wearing out on this mouse after about 5-6 months of use. Currently both the main left and right buttons require an unatural amount of pressure to activate. The buttons on the sides require absolutely no effort to press and are easily activated by accident. I have a cheapo HP optic...
Summary: I didn't research this product as well as I should have. I'm a Logitech fan and typically only buy their products for keyboards and mice. I have to say that this product was a disappointment to me.
Pros: The grip feels nice and the tracking is good. Has an on/off button on the bottom.
Cons: Ordered this a bit hastily and didn't realize that there are buttons on both sides. Being right handed I constantly bump the right side button. The side buttons are a bit too sensitive for my liking. (biggest gripe) No built-in slot for the usb receiver. (very minor)