Summary: I bought 2 of this in June 2013. After half a year, the left key of one and the middle key of the other stop working. Also, the connection breaks from time to time. Of course I can argue for an exchange, but this takes time, energy and postage. Even if I get a new one, it may break down after half a year. Hence I tried to repair them by myself by replacing the old micro switches(the part that causes the failure of the key) with new high-quality ones.
Summary: The scroll wheel does not work smoothly and frequently sticks. Usually I use Microsoft or Logitech mice - the build quality on this Toshiba was inferior to those two brands. The battery door was flimsy. The sticky wheel was the mouse killer - I returned it.
Just get a regular wireless mouse with the USB dongle.
10 December 2013
Summary: Worked fine until it stopped working altogether. Honestly I've tried 2 bluetooth mice and it's not worth it, they are all spotty. Just get a regular wireless mouse and deal with having the plug-in USB thing. Cheaper and better.
Summary: This mouse is great. It is leaps and bounds better than the previous Bluetooth mouse that I owned. That previous one didn't have a sleep mode and I always forgot to turn it off between uses (because really, you shouldn't have to remember to turn off a mouse). I was cycling through batteries at a rapid pace. So when I looked into getting a replacement, an automatic sleep setting was number one on my list of necessities. This mouse fit the bill.
Summary: I really like bluetooth wireless it works well. This is my second toshiba mouse the first one the battery cover split and needed to be taped to keep the batteries from coming out, it eventually stopped working. This one I have now just split. The battery cover is unstable.
Summary: Purchased with my Toshiba Laptop so thought would be best fit. It loses connection on a regular basis. Also, when connected the mouse will begin moving slowly and staccato like. Do not recommend.
Summary: I bought this specifically to use with my 10" Toshiba Thrive tablet which I use as a script reader for recording audiobooks. It works fine, except pressing either button has a noticable enough click that it can be heard on the recording. Since most people won't care about this, I can recommend the mouse without hesitation.