Summary: The quality and feel of the mouse has taken a hit. No marking on which way the battery goes and the off/on switch is very small so care needs to be given when turning it off or on, slight pull with a finger nail. The USB stick is huge rather than a dong it's full size so care needs to be given if another USB port is being used at the same time. Overall it works, it is a cheaper mouse as far as models go but it shows it's cheap. Worked 24 hours or less.
Summary: It works pretty well. My only problem with it is that sometimes when I'm working on Maya, it doesn't want to do as I say and that can be extremely annoying. Other than that, it's okay to have.
Summary: Only issue I had with it is that the USB connector is roughly as long as my thumb. More modern computer mice tend to have one roughly about the size of my thumbnail. Other than that, no complaints. It's your basic cheap wireless mouse for a laptop.
Summary: This mouse is comfortable and works well enough, but the USB receiver fell into 3 pieces, and doesn't stay together for very long. This older style of USB receiver isn't worth the trouble. Buy a newer model - I did.
Summary: To me, this mouse is just okay. I'm not the most tech savvy, and I didn't pay much attention to the pictures when I purchased it. My one and only complaint with this mouse is the part you plug into the laptop is the size of a flash drive. I have an 11.6" ThinkPad and it just gets in the way when I have it on my lap since the laptop is smaller. I've been dealing with it, but I'm ready to buy a new wireless mouse.