Summary: Edit: Great support from Microsoft! They offered to replace my Habu mouse with the Sidewinder X5, or give the money back. I took the money back, but I might get the Sidewinder X5 anyway because it's reviewed pretty well and has the DPI switching I love. Thanks Microsoft!
Summary: I've owned this mouse for just over a year, and I've really enjoyed it. After using a wireless mouse for a full day, my wrist would be sore so I wanted a lighter wired mouse. This mouse is light, accurate, and feels great in my hand.
Summary: This mouse feels very good in my hand. I have slightly smaller than average hands, but it seems like it would fit a bigger hand just as well. I have been trying a lot of different mice, and this is the first mouse ever where I can comfortably press the side buttons with my thumb without shifting my...
Summary: If you are a low sensitivity gamer do not buy this mouse, when you move the mouse too fast it doesn't register and stops. This is not a problem with my new mouse MX518 which is very responsive, If you are a high sensitivity gamer then this mouse will be fine for you, just not for me.!
Summary: This mouse worked well for about 4 months then the screen freezes and connection problems began to start! First of all I thought it was a problem with the port on the PC but as it got worse its obviously the mouse.
Summary: I'm glad to see that the previous reviewer has had nothing but positive experiences with the Microsoft Habu. However, many (including myself) have different stories to tell. Firstly, I have to say that the feel, design, and performance of the mouse (when it works as it is supposed to) is fantastic.