The mouse does its job and does it well, with a plethora of standard features that people have come to expect from Microsoft hardware and a solid build that can withstand the rigours of a travelling life.
Points are also given for style with the looks and aesthetics, not to mention the fit as well. The design ensures that most hands are accommodated for and the forward and back buttons are designed not to get in the way when you do your mouse lifting and shuffling.
The no-click style scroll wheel is great for document browsing, giving you a much smoother feel to the way you browse. The tracking across an uneven surface is also very precise with very little pointer wobble as it crosses the folds in the bed sheets or the knots in the polished wood desk.
This is definitely a mouse I can recommend for the business person on the go; it's light, it's usable and it's got some style. You won't be disappointed with this pint-sized squeaker.
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