Summary: The right mouse button was broken when I got the mouse. It was in a fully sealed blister pack, and the shipping box was fine. Just bad QA. The fix was to ship it back at my expense to get a refund. Gee thanks. I pay to get my money back when you screw up? Find something better.
Summary: I tried to use this mouse with my laptop at school, and the thing wouldn't stay connected for any amount of time. I had to keep repairing it to make it work again and it would just stop working after a few minutes.
Summary: I bought this mouse about 2 years ago. Worked great at first. I use it on an old Mac Mini that I now rarely use. Bought an Airport Express to stream music to my LR stereo system. Went to set it up on the Mac. Added new batteries to this mouse, which sat idle for about 6 months and now it won't even power up. First mouse ever that totally died on me. I think I will stick with Logitech thank you.
Summary: Not dependable to connect, and then what do you do?! Better have a wired mouse handy. Bad customer service, too. When I contacted them about the problem, their reply was curt and basically, "you're screwed".
Summary: First, the product displayed is shown as Targus, but the product I received was branded Gateway. It was, however, a Targus AMB03 OEM device. It is also a bit larger than I expected, but not full size. The mouse would not pair with my MacBook Air running Lion, so after troubleshooting I contacted Targus support via chat. I was informed that this model is NOT supported under Lion.
Summary: In spite of everything negative that had been written in other reviews about this mouse, I took a chance on it anyway because it was rechargeable and had a nice form factor. Well, it connected a total of 2 times to my computer's via bluetooth. It would then sleep after a few seconds of no use and would not come back to life for a few more seconds. Then after a few minutes of use like this, it stopped connecting altogether, even though it had fully charged batteries.
Summary: The good news: received the mouse earlier than expected. The possibly bad news: packaging. A 6 x 9 envelope with the most minimal bubble wrap on the inside. No other protection. Additionally, the envelope had a small rip on one corner. The interior clear plastic bag containing the mouse was completely opened on one side. User Guide, page 2: "...use the two AA batteries that are included." Not. That is, unless they fell out in transit.
Summary: There is no precise control by moving your finger across the scanner thingy. If you are used to a mouse with a roller ball and like the smooth feel and cursor movement, you'll hate this mouse. I wish someone would have written about this before I purchased. I'm looking for a new mouse.
Summary: The AMB03US mouse has a USB charging cable and rechargeable batteries. I have had one that has worked quite well for several years, but has gotten flaky and I wanted to replace it. Although I have TWICE ordered the 03 version shown above, what I received was the 04 version, which is not rechargeable.
Summary: Bought 2 Targus mice for Christmas--one for myself, one for husband. Within a month one simply could not be recognized by any computer. Exchanged it. Within 5 weeks the replacement quit--just wouldn't turn on at all. Even while it worked, I had to adjust the tracking and scrolling speeds to the very minimum setting or the arrow would whiz all over the screen. Pretty tough to recommend a simple mouse when 2 out of 3 quit in a month. AVOID.