Summary: I do some graphic designing and a lot of gaming. I have to say that of all the mice I've used, this one I like the least. I've had cheap ones that were under $10 that performed better all for one reason. The sole problem I have with this mouse is the clicking. I can be dragging something along and I barely let up on the mouse button (without it "un-clicking") and I lose whatever I'm dragging which may move it to another folder or cause me to erase something in photoshop,...
Summary: As a poor college student, I'm always on the hunt for deals. I saw this mouse for $15 dollars, and I snagged it right then and there. One of my finer moments. This mouse is a no frills mouse, but it still seems premium. It has a high quality braided wire, and when plugged in, my laptop identifies it near immediately. It just works well, and I wish I bought more of them at the $15 dollar price point. I'm not sure if I would pay $45 for one, but if mine dies, I just might.
Summary: Not sure what else I can say, other than this thing rocks. It's a very solid gaming mouse, and I highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for something standard with just the basics. SteelSeries makes excellent products. 5 out of 5.
Summary: Recently my kids started using Tablets that they got for Christmas, and the Wi-Fi signal started interferring with my Logitech Wireless keyboard and mouse, so I wanted to get an optical wired mouse to replace my Logitech M310 which I have always found to be the perfect fit and size for my hand. I actually purchased 4 different mouse at Frys, high quality gaming mice, and all were too big. They were great mice, but too heavy and large for small hands.