Date Joined: 04/22/20
Pros: Long battery life, good hand fit, multi-channel, two mouse wheel options.
Cons: Middle mouse button is not in the wheel, instead it is a small square button under the wheel.
Overall Review: I've always favored a wired mouse because the older wireless mice were very unreliable (signal loss, battery dying, overlapping wireless channels). I took a shot on this mouse because at worst you can plug it in from the top and use it like a wired mouse. I honestly have charged this thing once since buying it and that was straight out of the box a couple of months ago, and I never turn it off; it just enters a sleep/low power mode. It fits well in my hand. I have never had connection issues with it. It's got this hex pattern on the side that really helps with the grip. Instead of having a button that you press on the mouse wheel, it's a toggle between how the mouse wheel spins, I can't explain it very well but it switches between a normal mouse wheel scroll, and putting the wheel on a linear bearing. I timed it once, you can flick the mouse wheel one time and it spins for like 95 seconds straight on it's own, which is good for terms and service agreements. Not having a third button in the mouse wheel does take some getting used to, but it's not a deal breaker. I ended up liking this mouse a lot more than I thought I would.
Pros: Buttons are detached from the drum for more input area.
Cons: Face of drum is soft and absorbs impacts so sticks don't bounce off as well.
Overall Review: Works well enough, be sure to change your switches controller settings "Pro controller wired communication" to "On" or else it will not work.