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 organize your chords in anyway shape or form then you are going to run out of length really fast.
Summary: Upsides: It is cheap and light. It has a eye-catching design. Has been working just fine for the past week. Downsides: It looks cheap and you will specially notice it as soon as you touch it. The light of the red laser inside is noticeable, and could potentially be irritating at night and dime light. The click got stuck on the first day. Although it is working fine now.
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. I don't want one of those itsy-bitsy notebook mice.
Summary: This is a wonderful mouse to match my knock-off apple keyboard ( http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003PHJJV6/ref=oh_details_o02_s00_i00 ). The cable is nice and long, clicking is fine, scrolling is smooth. My only gripe about the mouse is the tracking is somewhat unreliable at times. Occasionally if I move left, my cursor will jet off to the right slightly. This is just a small annoyance, and is the only thing keeping me from rating it 5 stars.
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. Additionally, after my computer has been asleep and wakes up I have to unplug it and plug it back in to be recognized. Do yourself a favor and spend a few more bucks to get something better.
Okay, but the red shines through the cheap white plastic cover
29 July 2013
Summary: If you're looking for a white mouse with a red glow from the optical laser that shines through the top plastic housing, you found the right one! Don't get me wrong, the mouse works well enough, with an occasional need to click it to "wake it up". Thicker plastic would make all the difference to make this a much nicer looking mouse. But then again, you can't beat the price. If you don't want to pay $15-$20 for a mouse from a big-box store, then this one will do the job.
Summary: This mouse exceeded my expectations for the price. It is extremely lightweight, almost lighter than a disposable pen. It is very slim which is great for my wrist, because it keeps my hand almost flat and parallel with the desk. The buttons do produce an audible click...which I don't mind, and actually prefer. The scroll wheel runs smoothly, and the optical light does illuminate the entire mouse up red when you move it.
Summary: Its a mouse. I point with it. I can click with it. The roller works. for $4 it has exceeded its value. It matches our Mac and I don't have to recharge it because there is a chord. I don't understand how anyone can give a grade on a mouse that is optical. I can see a low grade for a trackball mouse but come on. It's exactly what I expected not big not small and it works fine. Get one! It's worth the price of not paying 30 to $50 dollars for a mouse.