Summary: I have the black one. Within a week of ownership, one of the keys popped off from taking it in and out of its neoprene case, and I can't find it anywhere. I like the size because I use it mostly for keyboard shortcuts, and it helps that I have small hands. It still works well enough with my android devices, but it doesn't work well at all with my Surface Pro 3. It pairs with the SP3 but then behaves as though a key is stuck when I try to use it.
Summary: It measures 8.7 x 0.2 x 4.7 inches. I have larger hands, so I found that the ergonomics were completely incompatible for me. This device may work for tiny hands with no nails (there is no space between the keys). I would have certainly returned this device for a refund, but it developed discoloration on both upper corners; which is weird because this produce comes with a Bodyglove "like" protective cover that completely envelopes the device for save mobility.
Summary: The wireless connectivity of this mouse is quite reliable. This is about the only plus for me. I'm not using it anymore because of the flaws I find in the touch features. Simply swiping your fingers across the mouse can move back or forward in a webpage, which I admit is quite convenient. The problem is that this mouse is so sensitive, it does so when I'm not even intending to go back.
Summary: I love the design and comfort of this keyboard; it would be the perfect keyboard for me... if it worked. The first keyboard I purchased mostly worked, but the left control key had to be pressed down very hard for it to recognize the key press. I returned it for a replacement, but the second keyboard was even worse because the shift keys sporadically didn't work with certain key combinations.
Summary: This Verbatim 97564 wireless touch mouse is trying to capitalize on the "touch craze" that seems to be going through the computer peripheral industry these days. Unfortunately, it doesn't live up to it's promises. The mouse itself is rather sleek on the top face and essentially feels like one single piece.
Summary: Well, it *did* work for about 5 minutes. Then it broke. I still gave it a fair shake, but it's just a poor apple magic mouse clone -- not that I'm a fan of apple peripherals. Negatives: -Too easy to accidentally click -A sticky surface makes scrolling tedious. A wheel is easier I think. -The right click requires 2 fingers (gotta lift up the index), which I find uncomfortable as a power user. -Shoddily assembled no doubt cheaply.
Summary: This looks like a sleek, simple design and if the product actually worked the way it was supposed to, this would be such an improvement over the traditional clunky four-button and wheeled mouse along with the added benefit of special usage with the new Windows Photo Gallery. The problem is, only three of the functions work and only two work consistently. I tried this using a desktop PC running Windows Vista and a laptop running Windows 7. Setup was fairly simple.