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.
Excerpt: I have an iMac with an Apple "Magic Mouse" (i.e., multi-touch#. It works flawlessly. The T620 is close, and browser scrolling is excellent, but periodically it'll send the mouse cursor #or your document# scrolling wildly.
Summary: I got this for a decent price and I really want to like it but if it won't work on my glass desk it has to go back. If it put it on a mouse pad it works fine, but that is not what I want to do.
Pros: Most features work as advertised. The charms slide option is really nice in Windows 8, as well as the app switching and home screen commands.
Cons: The box indicates that it will work on virtually any surface. Well it doesn't work on my new glass desk. Also, the scroll option is kind of glitchy feeling on certain webpages and on others it works perfectly. It is not always smooth and fluid like on my Droid.
Summary: Apple's magic mouse has the "whole mouse click" as well, but it seems to not suffer from the "click jiggle" like this one does (probably because the magic mouse is heavier).
Pros: Gesture support works well under Windows 8. Lightweight. Easy bluetooth setup. Excellent accuracy for tracking pointer motion.
Cons: No buttons, so clicking means the whole mouse moves up and down. When coupled with very light weight, this produces "jiggling" when clicks are being performed. This makes it quite annoying to use, as almost every click shifts the pointer position slightly.
Summary: I like the idea of the mouse. But once I used it I realized two things. 1. The glassy surface makes it very difficult for touch. I hope you don't have sweaty hands. If you do, put some chalk dust on them while you use this mouse. Otherwise your fingers will not glide smoothly.
Summary: This mouse has a lovely hand feel and weight, and the left & right click works very well, but the scrolling and swiping is very hit and miss, and sometimes has a mind of its own, scrolling around randomly when your hand is completely still.
Summary: Since the abilities of this mouse differ quite a bit between Windows 7 and 8 let me start by saying that I've used this product only on Windows 8. Lets start positive: - I've found this mouse to be lighter than expected, but that didn't make it feel cheap.
Summary: I just got this mouse today. I intend to primarily use it with Windows 8. Currently though I am testing it out with Windows 7 (Windows 8 should arrive in the mail in couple days for use with my newly build desktop).
Summary: It's an attractive looking mouse, and I primarily bought it as a technology experiment, as I've been using a Logitech Touchpad for a year or so now, and wanted to see how "swipe" technology translated to a mouse environment. The quick answer is not bad, but not brilliant.