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: As the title suggests this is not a full size mouse, but then it's not a mini mouse (no Disney jokes please) either. I have large hands (yes ladies) so this may have something to do with me not liking it as much as I hoped. Good quality, tiny USB receiver that stores behind the battery cover. Just a bit small, that's all.
Summary: This mouse is OK but on mine, the battery cover is a bit loose. Otherwise, wireless works with no problems and still on my first battery. Owing to size, recomended for laptop users who can't get on with those integrated touch-pads.
Summary: Arrived and stopped working the same day. Decided to change the batteries - it works, so far. Waiting to see if I get decent service out of the batteries I used. Try me again in a years time, I might be more happy.