Great ergonomics, poor quality, mine had problems right away.
Bron "Bron", Amazon
21 December 2012
Summary: What a shame. I really like the ergonomics of this mouse, but the quality leaves something to be desired. Mine would not charge nor work from batteries at all. It will work when plugged in via USB. Batteries won't charge and using other batteries (which I tested to make sure they were good) did not work either. The battery cover design is a bit of a pain, too, harder than many and I doubt would hold up.
Summary: After upgrading to Mac OSX Mt. Lion, I noticed that my Targus AMB08 BT Mouse was tracking all over the place. A chat with a Targus Rep informed me that My AMB08 was not usable with Mt. Lion. I now have a nice shiny white paperweight.
Summary: This mouse brought nothing but trouble. For one it has terrible battery life, however it's easy enough to plug it into the computer and recharge (you can still use it as it is charging). Also, it disconnects after about 10 seconds of not using it. You have to shake it and it connects in about a second or two. I know that doesn't sound bad, but it gets annoying. My dad got one too. His came as a Gateway mouse (nice, right?) and now appears broken after a month of use.
Craig Chalquist, PhD, author of TERRAPSYCHOLO..., Amazon
9 September 2012
Summary: I suspect some of the reviews below are bogus. Here is a real one: At least half the time the mouse won't turn on when the Mac boots up even if you keep pressing the buttons. You have to turn it all the way off and on again to make it work. On top of that, the optical tracker is so fast that the mouse pointer zooms all over the screen. No way to slow it down. I went to the tech support of the company that makes it and learned that this mouse has been discontinued.
Summary: I bought this mouse less January and did not use it for 5 weeks in June & July, and now it is mid October and it is dead. Only lasted 7 months. Update: Apparently, it is not dead. However, as it is unreliable, works from time-to-time I bought myself a Lenovo mouse, which is more reliable - have not caused any problems.
Summary: Recently I reviewed and used these mice: Apple Magic Mouse, Apple Mighty Mouse, Targus Comfort Bluetooth Mouse, Targus Bluetooth Mouse for Mac, and the Razer Orochi. I ended up sticking with the Targus Comfort Mouse. I'm on a Mac. The two best mice hands down were the Targus Comfort Mouse, and the Razer. The Orochi consistently crashes the "Bluetooth Setup Assistant" to crash which causes the "Bluetooth Not Available" bug, which is only fixed by zapping PRAM.
Summary: I gave serious thought to returning this mouse. I kept it only because I am using it as a 'travel mouse' while I am on the road and not one that will be used every day. I find the 'laser finger light' which replaces the usual mouse wheel a very errat...
Summary: This is a very nicely made and shaped mouse. As a lefty, I found its symmetrical shape comfortable and easy to handle. What I didn't like is the overly sensitive nature of the infrared scrolling. In a window with scroll bars on bottom and side, it was impossible to scroll up and down without moving the bottom scroll bar side to side; very annoying!. I also found the scrolling speed to be erratic. Infrared scrolling seemed like a good idea, but didn't work well for me.