Summary: want to reiterate that i love where the laser is. just a flick of the wrist and the cursor goes in a straight line across the screen. awesome for fps games
Pros: can work with the easycall keyboard and receiver, solid and responsive wheel, fully customizable buttons with setpoint, and the laser is high on the underside close to where your thumb goes so side to side scrolling has never been easier(you have to try it for yourself
Cons: eats up batteries like buttah but i've got plenty of rechargeables on deck
Pros: There's plenty of buttons, runs smooth on my XTRAC pad, and has great connectivity. Battery usage is better than my last mouse, and it also warns you when you're getting low so it doesn't cut out mid-battle.
Summary: I use this mouse for gaming, which means lots of clicking and movement with the laser which may explain the con, make sure you have rechargeable batteries. I make it a habit to switch out dieing batteries immediately so that in case mid gaming the two I use die I can switch them out with fresh...
Pros: It's a relatively big mouse for your hand and will fit well. The buttons work nicely, but I never use the zoom ones The two AA batteries adds good weight to the mouse. For office use, it is decent, over priced, I bought this when it was on sale and free shipping.
Cons: The batteries die out pretty fast. For the price, you might as well pay an extra 15-30 to get a better mouse that has a rechargeable battery system built in.
Summary: I was using a wired MX 518 mouse. This was much better in all respects, including better placement of the back/forward buttons on the side, for a mid-sized adult hand.
Pros: Overall works OK
Cons: Middle button tries to do 5 things, and works poorly. The scroll up/down rotation has steps, but these are a little weak relative to pressing down, so when you press the button it can scroll unintentionally. Other mice are worse in this regard. This mouse is OK. The main problem is that there are...
Summary: Updated setpoint and still have some issues with conflicts with my logitech keyboard. While the grip of it in the right hand does feel right it still locks me into holding only one way. I think I might be an exception to this thought because I dont use a mousepad on a desk.
Pros: a few programmable buttons. by default they all work specifically with an internet browser which makes quick navigation a snap once you get used to it.
Cons: seems to have some minor conflicts with my logitech keyboard. battery cover doesn't fit tightly and sort of rattles. the feel of it isn't as good as I thought it would be. It locks me into only holding it a very specific way.
Summary: I've had my mouse for over four years now, and it's still as good as the first day I got it! I'm always amazed how long my batteries will last in this thing; it'll blink red on the LED when it's low, but I can still game with it like that for days before it finally dies.
Pros: Great Form Factor(Fits hand great) Long Battery Life(turns off when not in use, but comes back on quickly. I replace batteries maybe once every two months, and I game pretty heavily, as well as use my computer for business) Tons of buttons to program for gaming Scroll wheel goes side-to-side(Help...
Summary: I got this mouse as part of the MX 3200 wireless combo kit... I am not in love with the keyboard, but the mouse is definitely awesome and I'll keep it as long as I can. My mouse is the black version, no big deal though i would be happy with either color.
Pros: Laser, wireless, enough buttons and yet not too many. excellent range: I have my computer in a separate room from the TV and can control media fine from up to ~12 feet away on a good charge, even through a wall (way better range than the Microsoft mice i have used)
Cons: the range gets poor when my rechargeable batteries are getting low but not low enough to blink the low battery light. If I use this mouse on some mouse pads or a rough surface the mouse icon bounces around sometimes or a lot, so I think it is best to use with a consistent surface that has minimal...