Summary: This is a neat looking unit; however, I have Windows 7 and the only driver available from Microsoaft is for Windows 8. Technical services confirm this to me and suggested I up grade to 8. I will keep the unit and wait for 10.
Summary: Stop thinking, "I can get this to work with Windows 7". I promise, you will be disappointed. I tried, even with a Bluetooth 4.0 adapter and the drivers, and it just never worked. The box says it requires Windows 8 for a reason.
Summary: It keeps shorting out and sometimes I have to play with it to get it to come on. Seems to be an internal wiring fault. I'm going to have to send it back to get replaced. Other than that I like using it.
Summary: The scrolling function is awful, erratic at best, and only supports up and down action. Also, with limited use, it is already showing a light brown discoloration around the base and battery door.
Summary: I purchased this for a Samsung 7 Windows 8 tablet to replace my Bluetooth mouse. Doesn't connect and can't figure out how to get it to work. Works on another Bluetooth device. Will keep trying as it's a good design. I've used a USB Arc and find it excellent.
Summary: When I first started using this mouse, I was immediately impressed. It was super easy to get setup on my Windows 8 laptop, and it seems like the perfect little travel mouse. As far as design goes, it's pretty cool: 1) It's a reasonably sized mouse when in use - but folds flat for travelling.
Excerpt: This seemed like a good purchase at first but once I got it home and started using it, I don't really like it. First of all, it makes a strange noise that is supposed to simulate clicking of the wheel. It sounds like a creaking spring and is impossible to turn off if you have a Mac.