Summary: I am having to replace the batteries once every 3 weeks. I am using a 'Fellowes' memory form mouse pad. However the last set of batteries I put in it was about 2 months ago, so maybe it's behaving now? but it keeps good speed and tracking. It struggles at about 4-5 meters distance.
Summary: This is a comfortable mouse until you try to use the side buttons (which I programmed for 'copy' & 'paste' ) whereby I have to take my hand off, look down at the mouse & reposition my thumb & 3rd finger.
Summary: Decent enough mouse and works with mac. Not a huge fan of mouse wheels that don't provide any tactile feedback when scrolling but that it personal preference. Otherwise a good purchase for the money.
Excerpt: Blue Track performs wonderful, shape fits my hand effectively, I'm picky about the side button layout (has to be a single on every single side) Scroll wheel and wheel center click problems!!This mouse does not play effectively with MS Intellipoint 8.
Summary: I bought this to replace a wired Microsoft optical mouse that developed an intermittent fault after more than a decade of sterling service. It is a lovely mouse to use, a nice weight, it slides smoothly and all the buttons EXCEPT for the scroll-wheel (middle button) click operate beautifully.
Summary: Delivery was quick -Installs very easy on Win 7, its heavy compared to my old usb one, maybe a good mouse mat may help- as I find it drags a bit on my surface, feels like moving a small brick around-all the buttons seem ok, a little quieter-the wheel is very quick in action- click down is harder...
Summary: Having used the Wireless Mouse 5000 for a couple of weeks now I have a few observations. First, the good points. The mouse is well made, comfortable to use with either hand, and looks suitably businesslike. It installed instantly with Windows 7, and for the most part operates smoothly.