Summary: I wish I had done this years ago, it is so much easier to navigate without the cable and seet up was so easy, just plug in to the usb port and turn the mouse on. The on / off switch is a little small for big fingers.
Summary: Some folks said their mice came with batteries installed, mine didn't. Not a big deal.
Pros: I wanted two working mice, so I ordered four. Out of the four I ordered, three worked fine, one was DOA. These are refurbs, so it's a roll of the dice as to whether you'll get a working one or not. These are slightly smaller than a full-size mouse, but are large enough to be used comfortably. Jus...
Cons: Order more than you actually want to allow for the defect rate. At this price, they're not really worth the shipping to send back the defectives.
Cons: The receiver is not a unifying receiver that can register multiple devices to it. It seems like it will be paired with just the mouse. The mouse does claim to be a unifying mouse, but I can't verify that. Somewhat disappointed since I wanted to get this to pair with a keyboard as well.
Summary: Based on price I tried 2 of these and was pleased. Occasionally one will stop responding, and a flick of the mouse's power switch will usually bring it back. This was with a AA rechargeable battery; things seemed to improve with a regular alkaline.
Pros: Easy install on Win7 and 8. Works well. I use it left handed and no permanent issues. Well worth it for the price.
Cons: Small, notebook sized, but I use them on 2 desktops.
Summary: If you are looking for big mouse look for 700 series mice from Logitech. I think they go in size related to the number 100 series, then 300 series, then 500 series, then 700 series--the relative size of the mouse typically increases with the number series.
Pros: -Cheap @7eggs -Got Refurbished as New (your experience may vary) even had protective plastic on scratcheable part. -Had mini-USB transmitter inside of it. -Small (also a con to big hand people) -It's Logitech (worth extra dollars due to their excellent driver software)
Cons: -Small (Very small but not tiny) -MAJOR con, as far as I am concerned is, that the scroll wheel when pushed left or right doesn't move through web browser pages (left and right, back and forward, if you will.)
Summary: Not the best wireless mouse in the market BUT considering the price I have to say this is the Best Buy Product... It's design is simple (and yet comfy, contoured shape), light weight, very responsive, and to my surprise no lag at all even when playing games.