Summary: It has all of the features that I want it's just that they don't work. It's a total crapshoot whether upon clicking the mouse it will register 0, 1, 2, or more clicks. My sanity is already in question. I don't need this thing pushing me over the edge. Bottom line, nice try, but it's a FAIL.
Summary: This was my first mouse I've owned since I switched to Linux from Mac, and I just hate it! It's nice to have a compact mouse I can take anywhere, it's convinient, yes. But it's got a huge clicking issue. Half the times I try to click or drag something, it decides to double click instead. I'm really fed up with this thing.
Summary: I needed a new mouse & Logitech has beem my choice for 15 years. Based on the reviews I was ready to buy the M185, but when I saw it at Wal-Mart I found out it was to small & did not fit my hand. I did buy the larger size M510 it fits very comforitly and works very well. If you are a adult look at the M510 (it may cost more but you need to be happy with what you get).
Summary: Brought this exact same mouse in Tesco, it's a good size and is responsive but not as good as my last one on different surfaces. Also the right click is very squeaky if you need to press it whilst moving it, so not very good for gaming but as a standard mouse for a family computer it will do fine.
Summary: Not bad for the price. Do check the higher models before deciding. This has battery cover on the underside which also bears one of the mouse feet and is a tad loose, something I didn't like. Not necessarily a design flaw maybe. I have another one that came as a keyboard mouse combo and that one seems built better, battery cover on upper body.
Personally I can't see myself keeping this one as I am looking for a better replacement.
30 October 2014
Summary: I was looking for a replacement for my Microsoft wireless mouse that had stopped working after many years service. Whilst this Logitech mouse works OK I do find it too small and light - has a tendency to move when clicking. Also even though the scroll wheel has a button incorporated there is no way to configure what it does. I used to have the wheel button on the MS mouse set to the 'back button', on this Logitech it's fixed at auto scroll - something I never use.
Summary: Nice mouse, good build, bought it for £7.99. One of my PCs are about a meter away and the mouse often looses signal and doesn't track. Be sure you are close to your station if your buying this, I have big hands which means its not the greatest mouse for me but nice addition if you travel a lot. Oh also, the mouse has a neat feature and you can keep the USB Receiver inside the battery compartment which I loved.