Summary: The first one of these I received had some sort of technical defect, so I returned it and they sent a replacement. The one I currently own works "okay", but the cursor does not move smoothly (despite trying out every possible mouse setting and scroll speed) and sometimes, even in the middle of working, it just stops working. I wish it were a bit more reliable and smoother.
Summary: i usually buy logitech blue tooth mouses but i wanted to try this mouse, i am a little disappointed the power/pair button is not easy to use, i rather like the switch style instead of the push and hold button like the one this mouse uses battery life is not great either. if you find it cheap you might wanna try it but you get what you pay for.
Summary: I got this for use with a MacBook Pro. I did not have any problems setting up the bluetooth connection. The mouse was comfortable to use and fit my hand well. However, I was not happy with using a bluetooth mouse. The cursor did not move smoothly and was not very precise in pointing exactly where I wanted it to point. I followed with a corded mouse which was smoother in operation and more precise but difficult to get it to move at the fast speed that I like.
Summary: First of all, when I opened the package, and started pairing the mouse, I was amazed at how smooth the mouse felt when using it with my macbook pro, but that was the only good part. After time passed, I couldn't tell if the mouse had turned off, in sleep mode, or if it was on. My computer showed it as, "Disconnected," but then the big issues started.
Summary: I selected this particular mouse because the description indicated that it would pair with an iPad 2. Although though mouse is comfortable, stylish, and sturdy, I could not get it to pair with my iPad 2. I had to return this mouse. (Note: I have not had any difficulty pairing other blue tooth items.