Besides the above there isn't much more I could ask for from such an inexpensive mouse, and I'm sure that it is rated for 500,000 clicks or something like that, but I've been using mine for over a year. I literally use it every day about 75% of its usage is for a certain game that is block-ish, and with the mouse I've used software to record the amount of clicks I've input into the mouse. For the left button I have over 1,000,000 clicks and only now does it begin to give me problems. I plan on getting another one soon.
PROS: LED Lighting
Inexpensive (especially for the quality)
Doesn't require drivers
CONS: Only comes with a blue LED, I would love to see other options in terms of LED color.
The mouse wheel squeaks and has sense I bought the mouse.
Some of the red light from the optical sensor shines through the blue LED
Thank you for your review and truly sorry to hear about your experience with PID 9255. We do offer a 30 day return policy as well as a one year warranty on this item. If you would like, I can assist you in setting up an RMA for a replacement, which will be of no additional cost. I apologize again for the trouble you have experienced. Please let me know if you would like to continue with a replacement and I can get that started for you right away. Thank you for your patience and understanding in the matter.
Gisselle B. Tech Support
November 18, 2016
The blue light always stays on. The mouse is very light... I like to feel that something is in my hand and SOLID. This is very light and flimsy feel. I am used to more weight to move it. We are talking about a mouse so not a lot of weight but something... this thing is a feather and I doni't like that. IF you want a very light mouse... this is one for you but like a chess piece... weighted a little bit gives it a more solid feel. Too light... Gives it a cheap feel.
PROS: Low price and works
CONS: Light and blue light stays on all the time. Feels cheap.
A reasonable cheap mouse but it might not last very long
I got the mouse about a month ago. It is exactly what I was looking for a perfectly serviceable cheap mouse. About a week ago the left click started not always registering. It still works most of the time, but it is incredibly frustrating to deal with. When I hold down the left click and drag it will often "stutter" and fail to recognize that the button is being held for a brief moment which causes the drag to start anew leading to all sorts of terrible screw ups.
It's a fine mouse. I bought it for my 3 year old daughter to use. It is a bit smaller than other mice as people pointed out, sort of like a travel mouse for a laptop. But it has a nice long cord which I wanted. On the desktop computer I'm using it with, the lights of the mouse stay on even when the computer is off. I'm not sure if that is from the mouse or just something that computer motherboard does.