Summary: Great choice for a full-sized travel laptop mouse, and very good value for it's price. Have received compliments from others about its looks.
Pros: Very attractive design. Thin, light, and power-efficient.
Cons: Some touch functions aren't as smooth as one might like, but are still quite useful. Poor choice of mouse for gaming, as one button down makes it very difficult, if not impossible, to press the other button as in aiming and firing simultaneously.
Summary: i think its safe to say you should not buy this mouse if you need to scroll. click buttons work, but the touch scroll is so terrible im surprised they actually produced this (tested on both windows and mac and it sucks in both platforms). either stick with the wheel or get apple's magic mouse.
Pros: Left and right buttons work fine, just like the Apple Magic Mouse. Everything was plug and play.
Cons: The scrolling was terrible, and only registered half the time. It was easier to click on the scroll bars and drag them. Mouse would turn itself off very quickly if not being used, to save on power I assume. But it was pretty annoying because it took a couple seconds for it to turn back on again. Battery went dead in less than a month of use in the evenings only.
Summary: As the saying goes you GET what YOU PAY FOR. Used it for about 2 months to try and get used to it thinking it would be just like the Magic Mouse on my Mac Book Pro. The reason I gave it so much time was that I was using the Mouse on a Win7 HTPC and thought I would figure out it's qerks and adjust or fix them as I go along. The mouse is now collecting dust as a $39.99 paper weight.=/....
Pros: Sleak looking design. Reminiscent of Apple's Magic Mouse but with a cheaper price point. outstanding range for a HTCP setup in your living room.
Cons: Tries to emulate the Apple Magic Mouse. Trying to Scroll and just general use of the mouse is a pain in the but. It is too eratic and trying to get work done in any application is just not feasible with mouse. For example trying to fill out an online form or working on a MS Office document with this mouse is NOTHING like working with a regular mouse. For instance trying to scroll down on a pull down menu is just not happening with this mouse. The scroll down menu goes...
Summary: Also bought this mouse with E9070 keyboard. And guess what ... you have to use BOTH receivers (both working on 2.4 GHz). I really don't know why are these guys trying to develop any pairing software as it doesn't work. Really disapointed. Shouldn't price more than 5 pounds.
Summary: I bought this mouse to pair up with the Rapoo E9070 wireless keyboard. Initial impressions were good until you start using it. Using it for basic mouse operations, this mouse performs well. The ergonomics of the mouse in the hand could be better as it has a lower / longer body to your traditional Logitech style mouse. It can start to get a little uncomfortable for extended periods of use.
Summary: I thought this was going to be ideal on my media pc. It is too light, the
“touch” part is kind of grippy not letting your finger slide easily and the
mouse ends up moving about. Because it it's so low your hand turns into a claw
trying to hold on and operates the touch sensor causing undesired behaviour.
Should have bought a standard mouse. I blame microsoft and their Windows
8 touch fail feature set for tempting me to order this. Nicely constructed by