Involvement:General (knows how to use it) - Ownership:more than 1 month
Cheap Easy to plug-and-play Small weight
A little to small for my palm, better for my wife.
Mouse eventually developed connectivity problem. In the beginning I was able to solve this by clicking it, later had to disconnect the adapter from the USB socket and reconnect it, then it stopped working altogether Two units both developed the same problem - the first one after a year and a half of use, the second one after 2 months of use.
Adapter plastic cover fell off in one of the units while traveling, so we were left with a tiny PCB board protruding from the USB socket with sharp edges.
Good for a while, then breaks...
If you don't mind the low quality and just want a cheap mouse it might be good for you. Otherwise I'd go with brand mice, e.g. Microsoft, Logitech.
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