Summary: I got this mouse to use when I'm working at home - not as a gaming device or for heavy use, simply for clicking through emaails, Word, the web etc. It has a nice feel - it's decently balanced, not too heavy or too light, and is ergonomically shaped to suit left or right handed users. The wheel is nice and chunky with a plastic/rubber grip.
Summary: There's not much to say about this device. It's a pretty basic 2 button mouse. The centre scroll wheel acts as a 3rd button. It's very lightweight... even flimsy maybe but seems pretty well-made. Supplied well packaged and the USB connector seems robust enough. At £5 this seems around the right price but not really a bargain.
Summary: The main positive of this mouse is its price - for around £5 you're not going to get the best mouse in the world however what you do get is a nice, fairly compact mouse that is comfprtable to use and will work straight after plugging it in to a USB port.
Summary: In many way this is a very nice mouse, it's very comfortable in the hand, but the constant squeaking of the buttons is driving me crazy, a better mouse by far is: http://www.amazon.co.uk/AmazonBasics-3-Button-Wired-Mouse-Black/dp/B005EJH6RW/ It's accurate and works without any additional driver, the scroll wheel works well.
Summary: I normally use a Logitech wireless mouse; this cost around £65 a few years back. I ordered the Zalman mouse to use with a laptop so wasn't that bothered about quality as the use is only occasional. Unlike many cheaper mice this model feels reasonably heavy; it is well built and the buttons are firm and responsive, without being difficult to click. The buttons are also textured so your fingers don't slip off in use. The middle wheel has a good level of resistance.
Summary: Smaller than I had expected when I received it. It's fairly 'cheap and cheerful' but at the price point, that's fine. I tend to think of Zalman doing upper-end gaming mice, rather than this type, so I was a bit surprised at this product. It's 'OK'. I currently prefer my old Dell corded mouse which has a rounder and more ergonomic feel. The Zalman is a bit too 'angled' for my liking.
Summary: Got this through the Amazon Vine programme, so this review is based upon whether I would buy this with my own money or recommend to others. A cheap mouse but surprisingly a well built mouse, which is both comfortable and easy to use and also accurate in use. I expected a very cheap and tacky feeling mouse which would be hit and miss to use for the price, I am glad to say it was neither of these and was a pleasant experience.
Summary: So, this isn't going to set anyone's world on fire but neither should it disappoint as it provides good performance for the low price. Simple design and small in size it fits comfortably into the hand. The buttons are responsive and the central mouse wheel feels sturdy and provides a decent response.