Summary: I think the worst thing about this mouse is that it works. I feel like I have to use it. Let's start with the connecting USB chord. It's about 3 feet long. Now that's fine if you are using a laptop or one of those all-in-one desktop monitors, but if you have an actual desktop computer and you try to...
Summary: I don't really like this mouse. It works, but it feels like a sharp edged, cheap piece of plastic. What I do like about it is the fact that it is thin from top to bottom. I could not find any other thin non-wireless mice, but if anyone has any recommendations, please let me know.
Summary: the mouse works, so I gave it 2 eggs. I bought it for around $5, but I would not do it again. It might be good for smaller hands, in situations where the mouse could get damaged so low investment is important, like on a kids computer.
Pros: inexpensive, white (if you're into that sort of thing), minimalistic and somewhat stylish. it works.
Cons: really, really, REALLY cheap. This mouse feels cheap in every way. It weighs next to nothing, the plastic is so thin it glows red all the time, and when you move it, the lazer gets that much brighter. Movement is a bit jumpy: every once in a while the curser jumps to the lower left corner of the ...
Summary: Not impressed at all with this mouse - I've only had it a few days and am ordering something else. The whole thing is very, very cheaply made. Lightweight plastic and very low end components. Literally feels like something you would buy from the dollar store.
Summary: Shame on me for trying to cheap out on buying a mouse. Learn from my mistake and avoid this mouse at all costs.
Pros: It was initially attractive because it was so inexpensive
Cons: Right out of the box the mouse didn't work correctly. The left mouse button sticks. You click it once and it stays in the clicked position, you actually have to pry the mouse button up with your finger to unclick. It is more frustrating than the broken mouse that I was seeking to replace.