Summary: I had been looking for a replacement for Apple's skittish Magic Mouse because I'd often set the screen scrolling just by grabbing it. And successfully manipulating a right-click was like doing brain surgery - arrghh! I already had replaced Apple's tiny, Chiclet keyboard with a full-fledged one from Logitech and was hoping to find a mouse that used their unifying USB receiver - not many of those do so for the Mac. So I ended up looking for a Bluetooth model.
Summary: I have used the M555b mouse for the last 8 months. I looked at reviews before I got it and while the reviews were generally good, there were some complaints that the cursor wandered, the batteries didn't last long and that the connection wasn't very reliable. My experience is that none of these complaints were anything to do with the mouse. I have found it to be extremely reliable, precise and a joy to use.
Summary: When it worked, it worked well. I use a wireless Logitech mouse for my 'big' computer too - and that one has always been great. But that one is not Bluetooth. This one is a voracious battery eater. Always remember to switch it off after use: this helps prolong the battery life a bit. But not a whole lot. Quite often when you change the batteries you have to reconnect the mouse to the tablet, which is an irritant.
Summary: I saw this mouse on the Dell web site for £40 and decided it was what I needed for my Dell Ultrabook. I decided to look at alternative suppliers and found this one at £20. The ad said it may not be in the original packing and it came in a clear bag without any paperwork. But it was new and perfect.
adriant.esq "Namaste, David Adrian Thomas, Esq.", Amazon
4 March 2014
Summary: And now as if that isn't bad enough I have to go to all the trouble of parcelling it up and returning it to get my goddam money back! Okay, I know, some you win and some you lose, but I could have done without all this hassle as I am mentally and physically goddam disabled! I shall never buy techy stuff like this from Amazon again but go straight to Currys/PCWorld who do NOT put me through hassle like this - ever!
Summary: I own this mouse and use it with my macbook air. For whatever reason, each click of the mouse wheel scrolls the browser window by one pixel. If you set the scroll wheel acceleration to max you can get the browser window to scroll erratically by spinning the scroll wheel pretty hard. Don't buy this mouse.
Summary: This mouse is primarily for mobile use (smaller than desktop mice). I've tried it with Windows 7 and with Android 4.4 and I'm very happy with it. It was easy to pair with the computer and feels of high quality.
Summary: The usage isn't always smooth. I think it's because my device near the TV is 3m away and that little mouse Bluetooth antenna might be too small. But still works rather well most of the time with my Androids.