Summary: Currently, I am using the K810 Keyboard and T631 mouse on my surface 2 pro. I have been using logitech mouse and keyboards for my whole life. This is because of the comfort and user friendly. I love logitech's product and I have plenty of them. I have been working on my logitech keyboard (the white and blue usb keyboard) for over half of my life. Now I am switching to the K810 as I can carry it around more easily + bluetooth.
Summary: I absolutely love this mouse. Although this is marketed for the mac, it goes beautifully with the Acer S7 as if it was designed for it. From the soft touch white to the aluminum sides, to the actual functionality. This mouse doesn't just look pretty, it gets the job done and does it well. Try to find a mouse remotely close to what this mouse has to offer and you will fail.
Summary: I can't understand why the charger is placed on the bottom. Seems like this would prevent the mouse from being used while charging. So if I forget to charge it for whatever reason (unfortunately very likely to happen) I have to wait until it has enough of a charge to use again. (yes, i know 1 min charge should equal 1hr use, still inconvenient ) This seems like bad design when compared to the K810 Keyboard which can be used while charging.
Summary: If you are looking for a really really small mouse. This is it. it is not your usual mouse shape, so it does take time to get used to. All the functions stated works very well. I have the white one because it looks nice with my macbook. However, I am sure the black one works just as well, since the software is downloaded from the Logitech website regardless. One thing which is nice is that you can link it to two PCs. I use it for my macbook and PC.
Summary: I've had a few weeks to play with this mouse and I'm very happy overall. It is very responsive - like one that has a USB receiver. I found this surprising considering that it's a bluetooth mouse - the lag that commonly plagues them isn't there. I was very skeptical on buying one that uses bluetooth but this one is much more responsive than others I've tried.
Summary: After reading reviews for weeks and pondering the purchase, I believe I chose the right mouse to work with my MacAir. Do not have any complaints. Great that is charges and does not need batteries. Definitely small but I was using a touch pad before so no prob for me. Very happy with the Logitech for Mac keyboard too; I have been using their products for years and have no complaints.
Summary: The mouse is amazing, fits in my little hand wonderfully and is light and responsive. The only issue I've had is that the white top has started to discolour from oils from my fingers touching it. One would think they'd have thought of this in designing it but apparently not. I'd recommend getting the black one to avoid the slight discolouration altogether, other than that I've been very happy with it and it is my every day mouse.
Summary: I am a mac owner and have a magic mouse. This is to have as a second mouse when I am away working (most of the time!). First impressions was that the packaging is very excessive, it weighs more than the mouse and Logitech need to stop their marketing people producing such packaging. There is a small mini usb cable to charge the mouse, this is good. The mouse itself is though just too small. It is small in both width and height.
Summary: I've had the Apple Magic mouse for over a year and although it looks fantastic, I've had a lot of problems with it losing the bluetooth connection several times a day, which I've read is a common problem. I bought this as an alternative and it's super - it works on more surfaces, doesn't make a horrible scraping noise when I use it resting on my computer and it doesn't seem to lose connectivity all the time.
Summary: The aesthetic of the mouse is very current and although not innovative in any way looks good. Logitech have been making products that tend to meld very well with the style Apple applies to its products and this is no exception, it looks good with my MacBook. I've heard some negative things said about the packaging, but I don't really have a problem with it; its not too heavy, theres not much superfluous about it and its sturdy enough to allow you to put the mouse back in...