Reviews and Problems with Trust Carve USB Optical Mouse
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The laser didn't work from the beginning.
came in grey colour, Amazon
8 February 2012
Summary: It didn't work from the beginning. There was a fault with the laser. I checked all possible ways of plugging it, clicked around for a while... and that's how much of a fun it was. No point returning it as I bought it for £3. I decided to keep it as a self-defence weapon.
Summary: Other reviews suggest these are great cheap mice. However, I purchased five of them late 2011 and they all had to be returned immediately as they stopped working (laser wouldn't turn on!) or were of too poor quality to use (squeaking/creaking as if about to break). Maybe it was a bad batch?
Summary: Just received this product in the post today, took it out of it's box plugged it in and within 30 secounds I was using it. It's a cheap, effective mouse which feels great and is designed to be used both by left/right handed people.
Summary: As a mouse it works just as any mouse would, without any problems. The difficulty with this product is that it has a slightly shorter cable than most mice, meaning that when it is used with a deskside computer, mouse placement on the desk surface is somewhat restricted.
Summary: I bought this mouse because I had a Trust micro mouse before which lasted ages and worked flawlessly. This one however, was kind of a disappointment. When the left button is clicked it is loud, and takes more pressure to click than the right button.
Summary: Fantastic value for a mouse. It arrived on time, and worked straight out of the box with no problems - you just plug it in and it goes (Windows XP and Windows 7). With an optical sensor, it's much more tolerant of uneven surfaces than the old roller ball type, and of course, there are no rollers to...