Summary: A 3-button mouse, but no driver available and the third button does nothing. This mouse was included with the netbook case I bought, and I never gave it much thought or use until I noticed that the scroll wheel has a button function. Attempts to asign a function have been fruitless. It's ok as a generic 2-button mouse, but I am glad I did not pay for it.
Summary: Personally I would have preferred a completely wireless mouse however they haven't served me that well in the past. Breaking down and not worth repairing. This leapt out of the page at me with it's more than reasonable price of £5.00! Targus is a well known brand and this is an easy travelling mouse which suits me fine. If, by chance, it doesn't last that long - so what!
Summary: This mouse misbehaved from the word go - it would only work on a dark matte surface and had the tendency to make the cursor jump about of its own accord - the only reason I didn't return it is that I'd already trashed the packaging and it seemed too much trouble at the time...
Summary: Very simple, just what I was looking for. Compact, neatly fits in to my laptop bag, the retractable cable is neat and so far works with no issues as does the mouse. June 2013 Update today it gave up the ghost, just stopped working. Shame as had grown very fond of it. Retractable cable still work really well and it has had a hard life. Until today it had a very good action tracking accurately.
Summary: Very nice mouse. Responsive and well priced. It doesn't last forever. You will might need to replace in a year. I bought a couple this time as the left mouse button tends to break first. I like it though as it works well when it does work.
Summary: I wanted a small mouse to use as a back-up when my battery operated mouse for the IMac failed and I did not have time to find fresh batteries. I just plugged this in and it works just as a Mouse should; fits well into my hand and I am very pleased with it.