Summary: The mouse also does not have side scrolling buttons in the mouse wheel. I find few mice do, but its something I look for and never know if a mouse has it for sure before I buy.
Pros: Good size, great style, scroll wheel is easy to grip,
Cons: Does not work well on most surfaces. My last mouse I could use my thigh, the walls, anything remotely like a solid surface worked, but this one cuts out on most things. the power button is hard to get to, a huge pain to turn off when traveling. the batteries are also awkward to get to.
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.
Cons: This is my second Verbatim 97593. The first one failed and I got it replaced under warrantee. But that previous mouse and this one both suffer from excessive battery consumption. I don't think I can go a month without having to replace the AAA batteries. I bought big card of Durcells and I have p...
Summary: If you like the mouse to lag, by all means purchase this. For me, it is infuriating and unusable.
Pros: Cheap. Easy to setup. I like the back and forward buttons at the thumb, makes browsing the web much nicer.
Cons: Battery life is short. Lasted only about 2 months. The screen response at times was slow and laggy. It started making me mental, so I have switched back to a wired mouse. My bluetooth mouse at home (logitech) works much better.
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).
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.