Summary: Maybe buy a different mouse if you're in the above situation.
Pros: Works in regular USB port
Cons: Mystifyingly does not work when plugged in to a USB port that is converted to PS/2 and then back to USB via a PS/2 keyboard and mouse splittler, although other mice do work at this connection. The laser comes on, but it detects no movement.
Summary: Most of my mice in my house last many years. This mouse worked fine when it was new but after just 1 year the left mouse button has started to fail; clicks don't always register when the button is depressed. It's not even my primary mouse, so usage has been relatively light.
Cons: Left mouse button beginning to fail after just 1 year
Excerpt: This corded mouse is great for most computer needs. However, the cord is just too long for use with a laptop computer. I bought this mouse for use with my notebook and, although I am happy with how it feels, its accurate tracking, comfortable design and all of its functions, the cord is just way to...
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly
Summary: This worked for about a year, which is basically what I expect now for any mice from any manufacturer. The long-term quality of mice has definitely gone down. After a year, it started double- or triple-clicking and you basically have to toss it and buy another.
Summary: Thank goodness for reopen closed tab/undo close tab.
Pros: It is durable. It is always recognized by anything I plug it into. The left-click and right-click work great. Does not accidentally scroll all over the place when I use the scroll wheel click (the reason I stopped using my last mouse). Tracking is consistent.
Cons: Since day 1, the scroll wheel click has double-clicked about one third of the time. At first, I thought I was clumsy. After a year as my primary mouse (how did I put up with this so long?), it continues to double- or triple-click when I press it only once. It seems to click once on the way down, ...
Summary: For the price it's not worth the trouble for me to ship it back so basically I'm out the money unless NewEgg will just trust me and send another one.
Pros: Easy to use basic mouse that does the job. Just plug it in and go.
Cons: I bought 2 of these mice to use at a Family History Center. One of them never did work right. It worked at first then quit and would not work at all. At first I thought it was the computer but the other mouse worked fine and it would also not work on other computers. It lights up but does not mov...
Excerpt: This is a good mouse. The scroll wheel is a bit "mushy" and feels cheap compared to other mice I've used, but whatever, it's just a mouse and it seems to be holding up well so far after a month of use.
Summary: Its weight didn't really bother me, but it is extremely light, even for a basic mouse. I do not recommend this for anyone who's serious about gaming.
Pros: Have a couple of these mice laying around in the IT office I work at, and it's currently the mouse I'm using until I get the order in for a M510. All I can say is it's an okay mouse. For basic daily office use it gets the job done, but there are a few things that are annoying about it (see below).
Cons: Of the 5 mice we have in our department alone, 3 of them have severely annoying scroll wheels-- when you move it up or down, the click is audible throughout the entire department, and I've gone up to cubicle land and heard people 5-8 cubicles over with B100's scrolling the wheel. It's really quit...