Reviews and Problems with Trust Carve USB Optical Mouse
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A good mouse for good price
4 August 2012
Summary: I have been using this mouse for 2 years now and still counting. The mouse itself is sleek in design and very comfortable to hold. I would prefer this to people with smaller hands. The roller on the mouse is very smooth. I do not know how much I have dropped this little buddy and still not a single problem occurs (I am not suggesting you to drop yours). Trust USB Optical Mouse is definitely something you can Trust on.
Summary: The product is not as shown in the picture at all but it works well, the price is good and the delivery was excellent. The exterior is very cheaply made but the actual mechanism must be good because it works well at all times. Due to transparent exterior material the red light becomes highly disturbing in the dark! All and all a good backup mouse.
Summary: I needed to quickly buy a mouse and didn't want to spend much on it (it was before I started shopping on Amazon). The first one stopped working after two hours, so I brought it back to the shop and took a replacement. After a few days, the left button started to perform a double click when I click it just once. After another few days, all the buttons worked that way.
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. It's just a pity I cannot blind my enemies with the faulty light from underneath. If you have something to protect yourself with already, don't buy it!
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? Who knows.
Summary: It works well, plug and play worked fine with my laptop (if you have a laptop with no PS2 port, get a USB mouse like this, don't get a USB-PS2 adaptor for your PS2 mouse - they just don't work). The left mouse button squeaks a bit though.