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Pros: Software is pretty good for it.
Cons: It's just too uncomfortable to use. My index finger won't lay flat on the mouse, it hovers over it. After about 10 minutes I realized my finger was starting to hurt where it meets my hand.
Other Thoughts: Unlike a right handed mouse that is contoured to your hand with a gradual slope, this is not.READ FULL REVIEW
Other Thoughts: Ambidextrous mice are a bad idea.READ FULL REVIEW
Ability to turn the light off.
The soft touch on the sides and on the buttons.
Optical mice react faster than laser mice.
Cons: Ambidextrous designs aren't good. For years I've been using mice designed for your right hand. I didn't realize how uncomfortable this would be for me. The issue I have is that my index finger hovers too high and I constantly feel that I'm forcing my hand to hover over the mouse. My finger started hurting an hour in and I got rid of the mouse.
The wheel has feedback (I've seen worse wheels for sure) but it's lackluster, and doesn't feel as good as my current mouse.
Front thumb button is too far forward (like all mice).
The light on it's lowest setting is still too bright, dwarfing the backlight on my keyboard.
The optical laser can be seen through the mouse when the light is turned off.
The feet are bad. I have a hard mouse pad with a grainy texture and my current mouse is quiet on it while this one makes a lot of noise. To the touch the feet on this are almost as hard as the mouse itself.
Other Thoughts: It's pretty heavy.
The cord is braided. I personally don't like them but most mice come that way now.