Top positive review
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Really good value for money
on 18 November 2013
This is an incredibly cheap wireless mouse, and for the price you pay the quality is relatively good. It's not going to win any awards, and it's not going to please everybody, but for the price it is excellent. It works well enough, and once I plugged in the small receiver into the USB port on my MacBook Pro, it instantly worked without any problems. It is responsive, and feels good under the hand (with the mouse itself being the same shape as the official apple magic mouse), and there doesn't seem to be any noticeable lag. It also arrived with batteries which is a nice touch.
I bought this mainly for some short World of Warcraft sessions on my MacBook, and for this it works great. Only two drawbacks: the click of the buttons is quite loud and they certainly feel cheap (as does the mouse in general), and the scrolling wheel is also not all that accurate. It starts out scrolling really slowly and when you pick up the pace on it even slightly it just jumps to the bottom of the screen. There isn't a particularly gradual increase in pace which is a shame. But as I said, for this price you really can't go wrong, and I assume that anyone reading reviews for a mouse of this price are probably not looking for premium quality anyway and so for these people I recommend this item quite highly.