Pros Recharge cradle is very useful, even though I only need to recharge it about once a month. Not sure about the negative review on replacing batteries. Maybe they didn't notice it's rechargable.
Cons Scrolling can be somewhat erratic at times.
Summary Have had this one for 1 1/2 years. Will buy another one if it ever quits working.
Pros Design is very sleek, smooth looking. The blue track is better than laser or optical. Size is perfect, not too big or small.
Cons Lacks on/off switch ,bluetooth connection, and rechargable battery
Summary Great mouse for on the go or office, ect. Love the design, crome on the bottom and on scroll, and the blue led lighting up everytime when first turning on looks cool. clicking does make loud noise for all buttons. It doesn't have a on/off button but when not in use, it's in a "stand by" mode where it doesn't drain the battery. Overall this is my first experience with bluetrack tech. and it's very immpressive
Pros Perfect fit to my hand, pinpoint accuracy, smooth and infinite wheel movement, works on just about any surface.
Cons No left hand option.
Summary My older notebook mouse hit the dust, and I was looking for a "cheap" replacement. I discovered this mouse at Buy.com for $14.95 with free shipping. I expected a cheaply built, product, but to my surprise, I discovered that it is a very well built product with pinpoint accuracy. It glides smoothly on most surfaces, and its wheel rotate smoothly, without the ratcheting movement that most mice have. Thus one can roll smoothly through a document, without the jumps out of the screen that happen with the ratcheting wheels.
Pros Reliable so far, works on wide variety of surfaces, has an adequate array of navigation buttons. It even comes with a nice neoprene pouch, great for carrying with laptop. On/off switch activated by snapping transceiver into bottom.
Cons Transceiver sticks out; somewhat vulnerable to damage. Battery life could be better, but one AA/month is no big deal.
Summary This mouse does seem more sturdy and reliable than Logitechs I've used. The blue LED optics seem to make it significantly better at using an impressive variety of surfaces, from a smooth desktop to a fleece blanket (I haven't needed to test it on glass). I've had it for close to 3 months, and no problems so far, but it would have been nice if they had built a more compact transceiver, like some of the latest models have. There is a little off switch on the bottom, which is activated when you snap the transceiver into the base. That works fine for me, as I need to remove the transceiver for transport (usually 2-3x/day) anyway. The shape and hand feel are good, and it's no bulkier than necessary. Excellent product overall, and I only paid $38 for it at Staples.
Pros Comfortable in hand, works in any surface, stylish, "feels" like quality (unlike some LOGITECH items that should be sold in Toys R Us)
Cons No DPI adjustment, nothing else really.. Oh
Summary Great mouse, clicks are quick and snappy & quiet. I believe in some areas the mouse might be on sale for $35 bucks, which is definitely a good deal. I don't know what all this "transciever" mumbo jumbo is all about, but if you're referring to the USB Dongle, then no it doesn't "overhead" and frankly is much like any other dongle out there. Furthermore, who cares if it dosent have an ON/OFF switch? The majority of MS mice (at least laptop) do not feature one and it's never bothered me whatsoever. Completely irrelevant. Anyway, very good mouse for the $. And its a microsoft product, which I very rarely have problems with. Any 3rd party mouse Ive owned has been plagued with issues. Stick with native hardware and software if available, ALWAYS.. Everything will simply operate better.