Summary: I've had two of these since they first came out and have a third too. Maybe a fourth soon, to provide insurance if the others break. These mice are small, agreed, (smaller than three fingers-wide), but as soon as you realise that it's easier to hold them with thumb and small two fingers, they become very easy to use. Certainly no complaints and I have arthritis and hands that span from [Ctrl] to [P] on a normal keyboard.
Summary: I do have very small hands and I have always found the stock mouse to be too large and too heavy. This is also a problem for precision as I am a computer animator and a mouse that is too heavy is also too slow to keep up with my work. This mouse is so light and so small that it keeps up and doesn't weigh me down.
Summary: If you have a trackpad on your laptop, and you want to continue using it, do not install the software that comes with the mouse. It will override the trackpad and really screw up its functions. Simply plug the mouse in, and it should work fine.
Summary: I love this little thing. A lot of travel mice are too small, or the wrong shape, or easily broken, but this mouse is just right. The buttons have just the right amount of give to them, the scroll wheel is firm but not too firm, and it tracks well whether I'm using it on a tabletop, on my pants leg, or even on my laptop's wrist rest.
Summary: I got this mouse for my Apple Powerbook, and it's made mobile computing a lot more pleasant. It's very small but doesn't feel that way. I have great-big-boy hands, and this mouse feels perfectly substantial and comfortable to me. The buttons are cleverly incorporated under a smooth and flexible metal casing, which makes for a very stylish look without sacrificing practicality (::cough cough:: the one-button Lucite Apple mouse ::cough cough::).
Summary: I really love the Traveler mouse. Yes, it's small, but I have very large hands and I've adapted to it quite easily. It tracks smoothly and the wheel has just the right amount of resistance. It even comes with a nice PVC travel case, perfect to slip into your laptop bag without scratching anything else up. This is a great companion to a Powerbook, too, as it looks cool alongside! Now if Apple would just work on making the right button more useful in OSX...but I digress.
Summary: Ok, you are a cool-looking road warrior with your latest high-tech laptop running Windows XP. You hate the touchpad, though, so what do you do? The MouseMan Traveler is the answer. It's a small, lightweight mouse with a cool design. Unlike other mice with two obvious buttons, this one uses one piece of thin metal to cover the actual button touch points. Very easy to use.
Summary: The mouse glides and clicks without drama (as it should be), and the scroll wheel is firm and responsive. The mouse cord is thinner than usual and Logitech thoughtfully includes a pouch for neatly stowing the mouse away when not in use. no more tangled mouse cord in your laptop case! All in all a top notch design. Perfect as an alternative to my iBook's stupid 1-button trackpad.
Summary: I considered two mice for my iBook: Kensington's PocketMouse Pro and Logitech's Mouseman Traveler. The former's cord retracts into the mouse housing itself. It's a clever idea, but I have doubts about its reliablity down the road. I chose Logitech's Mouseman Traveler, because it has a smaller footprint and comes with a pouch for neat storage so tangled mouse cord is not going to be a problem anyway. Highly recommended.