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Pros: When the mouse is connected in with the Wi-Fi adapter for my desktop computer, it works OK. Nothing stellar, but a "middle-of-the-road" performer.
Cons: The mouse killed two AAA batteries in about one week. If you get this mouse, you must get in the habit of turning off the mouse when you walk away from your computer if you don't want to spend a lot of money on batteries.
Also, the mouse has what I call "ADHD". If you are actively using the mouse, it's OK. But, if you take your hand off of the mouse (like to type) for more than 30 seconds, the mouse tends to fall asleep. I have to shake the mouse back and forth several times to get it to wake up and pay attention. Then, it is a game of "Where's Waldo", trying to figure out where on my dual monitors the mouse is. If I don't touch the computer for 30 minutes, the mouse absolutely falls asleep, even though computer is in screen-saver mode, and you practically have to shake the mouse so hard that the silkscreen markings fly off of the mouse before I can make it come to life. The engineering of this mouse and how it integrates with my Wi-Fi receiver are pretty inferior.
I spent $2,024 to build a top-of-the-line home desktop workstation, only to have a $12.99 mouse drag the whole experience down. I'm sorry I wasted my money on this product.
Other Thoughts: My best recommendation is to not spend $$$ on this mouse. Stick with one that has a receiver that pairs with the mouse that is made/engineered by the manufacturer to work in tandem. This one uses the Wi-Fi of the computer, and it tends to (euphemistically speaking) loose focus and daydreams.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Nice locking mechanism. Quick and efficient.
Cons: I specifically purchased this product to match up and be used with a Dolica monopod. However, the top of the monopod has a different attachment mechanism for my Canon Rebel T-3i camera, and this Quick Release Clamp is useless on my monopod. It will attach to my tripod, which I rarely use.
Other Thoughts: If you are looking for a quick release clamp, get the specifications of the camera, the tripod/monopod, and then the clamp. Make sure that all of the devices will match up with each other before spending your money.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: NONE!!!!!!! My cell phone see's this device. That's all. The Bluetooth mouse stopped seeing this device after two weeks. Spent almost $100 on a Bluetooth setup. What a wast of $$$$$$$.
Don't buy this item.
Cons: However, after one week, the Bluetooth mouse stopped seeing this device. I just spent a bunch of $$$$ for my mouse to be on Bluetooth, and all for naught. Don't purchase this item. Oh, by the way, the product literature is almost non-existent. It doesn't help you in trouble-shooting problems. Called customer service. Horrible experience. After two minutes of conversation, they hung up on me. I choose not to purchase anything from them, much less Newegg since they didn't "vett" them thoroughly.
Other Thoughts: Worked for only a couple of weeks. Then quit. Don't waste your time purchasing this item.
By the way, Newegg doesn't care if you purchase from them, or not. All they want is your money because they take a percentage of every transaction - even from foreign companies who have less-than-stellar-business-practices. SAVE YOUR MONEY. Go to a local outfit and purchase directly from them. They will give you the service that Newegg can't even come close to matching.
By the way, don't do ANYTHING on Bluetooth. Stick with the proprietary connection method as developed by the manufacturer.