Summary: I wish there was a PS2 version of this particular model. I see v7 makes a similar PS2 mouse but it's the weird pear shape early 1990s looking mouse and lacking the rubber grips this model has. Why is it so hard to find a decent PS2 mouse and keyboard now? I like to free up my USB ports for other things without resorting to Hubs or expansion cards. The PS2 ports are still there, why not utilize them?
Pros: - Simple plug in and play
Cons: -Red optic light faintly peeks through cutaways i.e - mouse buttons and scroll wheel slots (Minor annoyance but nothing major)
Pros: I have had this mouse for about 3 months. I play starcraft 2 a lot, and it works like a champ. I just do not see the sense in buying a mouse over 20$. I bought 3 just to last me forever. The price is SOLID.
Summary: If you are like me and want a good cheap mouse but also with a nice high sensitivity(No slowly moving across the screen like a slug), this is the thing to get. The sensitivity is really high, which is really good. That's all I cared about. I don't need a fancy mouse with 20 buttons on it, I just need a wheel and a fast cursor speed. This mouse was probably the best deal considering the cheap price.
Pros: Good cheap mouse.
Cons: None. Well if you REALLY want something I could say that it is kind of small, but although my hands are big and completely cover this little thing, it doesn't bother me at all.
Summary: I went from the irritation of a wretched old-fashioned mouse with a rubber mouse ball to this highly responsive optical mouse for a bargain price, and I wouldn't have expected more from one that cost three times as much. It does what it's supposed to; it's light, comfortable, and even looks good (inasmuch as plastic gadgets can be attractive). A good buy.
Pros: Cheap but good
Cons: The bright light might be a problem if you're trying to hide the fact that you're on the computer -- you know, like if there were a murderer in the room and you didn't want him to know you were emailing the cops.
Pros: Comfortable in the hand, and light without feeling flimsy. Good tracking on all surfaces I've tried it on. Buttons all work well and are easily clicked. Many other mice I've tried have a problem with the mouse wheel being pressed as the 3rd button causing just a bit of scroll and not registering the click, haven't had that problem once with this one yet.
Cons: Can you say BRIGHT... If focused just a bit tighter I could use this mouse to cut things. I can literally pick it up and face the bottom away from me, and the red light is visible on the wall across the room about 15 feet away, while the room light is on. It also has a bit of light bleeding out of the hole where the mouse wheel is placed that shines onto the wall behind my desk. That being said it's really not an issue at least for me. While in use I only rarely even ...
Pros: It works. The cord is long enough, which I was a little worried about since it's a bit of a trip all the way to the back of my tower but it's not excessively long. The size is pretty average. Overall, it's definitely a mouse. If I need another wired mouse, I'll definitely order another one. Also, it comes in a little brown box instead of one of those horrible plastic bubble packs.
Cons: When I use it for too long, the dog gives me a pitiful look because I'm not paying attention to her.