Excerpt: I chose this mouse because I was having trouble with tendonitis in my thumb and this looked like the best design to help alleviate that. Honestly, when you are drawing masks in Photoshop around a detailed objects for hours every day like I was doing I don't think any mouse will stop you from that repetitive motion injury. I considered a trackball but I've had one before and am not a big fan.
Excerpt: The mouse is working fine I bought it to replace and "retired" older mouse. I like the feel and shape, but am still trying to determine what the buttons on the thumb side are supposed to do. No instructions and so far, I don't see the purpose. However, it works great for the casual home computer nurd!
Excerpt: This a good mouse, but I would not pay full price for it. Ergonomics are good for my giant man-hands, tracking is excellent, but the buttons feel cheap. My old Logitech MX510 felt like a nicer, more comfortable mouse but it gave my Windows 8.1 system some problems. The super scroll function is cool, but switching to it requires you to use the very cheap unlock button.
Excerpt: Has all the features I require with my lap top. The buttons have a rapid response, the mouse is ergonomic and is very easy to use. You can scroll up and down and at the same time you can scroll left to right. Page selection is easily reached by your thumb.
Excerpt: The good: If you are tired of constantly flicking the scroll wheel to zip through a long web page or document this is a great mouse. In continuous mode you can flick the wheel once and it will spin for about 5 seconds, easily scrolling through dozens of pages. If you need the typical "ratcheting" mode for more granular scrolling then you can click the toggle button just below the mouse wheel.The thumb rest below the back/forward buttons is actually a button (programmable...