Summary: Definitely not your average mouse. Works well with Windows 8, although it took some experimenting to find finger motions that worked consistently. After a while, it felt completely natural and I stopped thinking about it.
Pros: Convenient, lightweight, and reliable. Has an on-off switch to conserve batteries.
Summary: The mouse is well built but the software driver is terrible. The scroll responsiveness is terrible, right click or left click work when they want so much so I just basically used the mouse as a backup, but do yourself a favor do not buy this.
Summary: I find this mouse to be much better than all the "meh" comments, scrolling up and down with it is a pleasure.
Pros: It can run off of only one battery, or two. Has a real click. Sensitive enough for a very light touch, which is good because you need it to use this. Scrolling with it is a dream. Can perform SOME Windows 8 (and even in 7) "gestures". Very accurate. Storage for Transciever next to batteries on in...
Cons: One gesture doesn't seem to work for me (double clicking with 2 fingers on very middle of mouse). Mouse wants to slide under you when you do Windows 8 charms bar or change app gestures (done just like on a touchpad), but fortunately, if you use a very light touch, mouse won't slide under you and ...
Summary: I swear by Logitech products. Since my 1st computer I bought, all mice and keyboard purchases were Logitechs (currently sitting at 9 Logitech products). This was something new and I was curious how a touch mouse would feel when using Win-7. I regret the purchase. I was 15 minutes late to work today.
Summary: I thought these were pretty cool looking when the came out last year, but the price was kind of high. Picked it up on sale for $25, it's pretty good. Nice and light, cordless, comfortable and a good set of touch gestures. The software is easy to use too.
Pros: Light, responsive, comfortable, has touch, software is easy to use.Good price at $25-$35.
Cons: Non sale/MSRP price is way too high at $70. You can just get an Apple Magic mouse at that price that uses more premium Glass/Aluminum materials.
Summary: I saw this mouse in the store and decided to give it a shot. I am a software engineer and use this mouse daily. I am running Windows 8, 64 bit and have the latest drivers. My biggest problem with the mouse is scrolling. It just doesn't respond well enough for me.
Summary: The design is great and still looks good after months of use. Unfortunately it is lacking in some ways. My main complaint is the lack of drivers for OS X and Linux which makes this mouse less practical than a cheap generic mouse.