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Gigabyte GM-M7700B 1 X Wheel Bluetooth Wireless Laser 1600 DPI Compact Laptop Mouse - Noble Black

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Gigabyte GM-M7700B 1 X Wheel Bluetooth Wireless Laser 1600 DPI Compact Laptop Mouse - Noble Black
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Rating: 8.17/10
With 12 User Reviews
Devon_M@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/28/14
Cons: doesn't come with bluetooth dongle

Pros: nice little mouselightweightdecent battery life
Comment:
I picked up this neat little mouse for use with my laptop that I also got from NCIX. Works like a charm, have only had to change the batteries once or twice after almost 3 years. Not heavy and has extra buttons for smoother web browsing and optimized gaming!
Bill_D@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/22/13
Cons: Side buttons for fwd/back are located a little too far back on the mouse.On/Off switch feels a little cheap

Pros: ComfortableNice sizeWakes up quickly2 DPI settingsNice rubber gripsTracks well.Laptop wakes it up when turned on quite quickly.Has separate forward/backward buttonsLooks good - similar to Logitech products
Comment:
Overall I really like this mouse. The size is about perfect for my laptop use.I wanted a bluetooth mouse to free up my USB ports and this does the job very well.I've had great luck with Gigabyte products in the past including motherboards and video cards so I was pretty confident I would like this product - and I DO!!Don't know about battery life yet but I'm sure it will be fine. I've got lots of Eneloop AAA's Ni-Mh batteries so not too worried about battery costs.All in all - a great little mouse which I am very happy with.
jimmy_z@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 09/29/13
Cons: Battery Life short

Pros: Bluetooth functionality is better.
Comment:
I love the freedom that a good bluetooth device can add to a system.Perfect size for laptop use.
Terry_C@NCIX
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Review Date: 06/03/13
Cons: Low Battery Life (2 months)Useless side buttonsLooks ergonomic, but does not feel like it.

Pros: Plug & Play.Bluetooth functionality is good.
Comment:
The Duracell batteries just died on me after 2 months of average use (I did turn it off when not in use). This is less than the 3 months advertised.The side buttons are awkwardly positioned and hence useless. Any time I try to press them, my index finger will twitch and inadvertently hit the left mouse button :( This may or may not be true for others depending on hand size. The sides (thumb and pinky grips) are curved too far inward. They would be more ergonomic if curved outward, especially the pinky side. This mouse is definitely better for SMALLER hands. The Bluetooth works fine. Just plug and play. There are rare instances of freezing (usually fixed by pressing button beneath mouse OR turn off/on). I have adjusted to this mouse these last 2 months and would say that it is average. The Bluetooth is a nice convenience. The battery life is disappointing.
Sebastien_C@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/26/12
Cons: None

Pros: Good mouse, easy to use
Comment:
Very easy to use, good quality !
Do-Hyung_P@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 09/20/12
Cons: No DPI customization

Pros: Plastic carrying case, 5 buttons, simple setup, long battery life
Comment:
I had been using Logitech M510 mouse with my laptop. Although its USB dongle is very small, it took up one of three USB ports on my laptop. I had been looking for a bluetooth mouse for a while, and Razer Orochi was tempting but it was more than I was willing to spend. There were others, but they were all missing the side buttons (back and forward), which I must have.This mouse was on sale for CAD$25, and I decided to bite.As soon as I opened the box, there was a pleasant surprise, a plastic carrying box. There are other mouses that comes with a cloth pouch, but when you are carrying the mouse around in a bag with other cables and things, pouch doesn't really protect the mouse. This plastic box is bulky, but it has a nice foam padding to hold the mouse in place. The mouse fits tightly into the foam cutout and I can shake the case really hard and the mouse is not getting knocked around in the case.Obviously, it is a laptop mouse, so it is small, about the same size as other laptop mouses like Logitech MX Anywhere. It has rubber paddings on either sides to help with the grip and the side buttons on the left side is well-positioned. The buttons do not feel as solid as Logitech MX Anywhere, but it works fine. There is a DPI toggle button below the scroll wheel, and it can be clicked to switch between 800 and 1600 DPI. Unfortunately, there is no program/driver from Gigabyte to customize the DPI settings.Pairing with my laptop (Thinkpad X220) was simple and never had an issue with connection. If the mouse has not been used for a minute or two, it is going to take a second for the mouse to start working again. Laser tracking works fairly good on most surfaces, except glass. It uses 2 AAA batteries for power and it is advertised to last 4+ months. I shall see.I love the mouse. If I need to, I can use my Razer Diamondback for gaming. But, when I am on the road, this mouse is almost perfect. Obviously, if you are looking for a full-size mouse, look elsewhere. But, if you want a well-priced, 5-button, bluetooth mouse, this is it. AND it comes with a nice carrying case to boot.
AEO@NCIX
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Review Date: 07/28/12
Cons: Slightly difficult to holdSlightly difficult to use thumb back/forward buttonsMust have BT receiver on your PC already

Pros: Small/CompactLight/2xAAA batteriesEasy to setupPrice
Comment:
It is basically the cheapest bluetooth mouse with 5 buttons. Other BT and Wifi mice in this range don't have as many features or look very uncomfortable to hold due to their gimmicky shapes. (I'm looking at you, SONY) It doesn't come with its own BT dongle, but those are cheap and most decent laptops/netbooks will come with one.It's fairly small and compact, but still quite chunky due to its height. It is a bit hard to hold, in part due to its size, but mainly due to how glossy the shell top is. It does not have much surface area to grasp, due to its size, but the limited area you can grasp is very slick. You are sort of forced to pinch the sides with your thumb and ring finger, while your index and middle finger just slide right off the top buttons.Speaking of buttons, the thumb buttons are actually quite hard to hit. Your thumb is already pinching the mouse, so you need to give up moving the mice in order to hit the thumb buttons. Now, this doesn't seem so terrible at first, but, as it turns out, the thumb buttons are also _recessed_. This makes it doubly difficult to use them. Again, the LMB and RMB are very slick. They are also at such an angle that your fingers slide off when trying to depress them. Thankfully, the scroll wheel and MMB is very easy to use.It is better than a trackpad. There is clearly room for improvement, however the same can be said for virtually all other compact BT mice.In fact, I have not seen a single compact BT mouse that looks remotely usable, ever, so you might as well buy this one, with more buttons.
Bob_W@NCIX
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Review Date: 04/30/12
Cons: SmallMisleading features

Pros: PortableLightForward/Back buttons
Comment:
I bought this mouse based on the ability to tilt the scroll-wheel sideways. It turns out that the mouse couldn't do that. Other than that, the mouse is pretty small (I guess that is normal for notebook mice). But the small size caused the forward and back button to be hard to use. It would be better if those side buttons were built vertically instead of side by side. This will make thos buttons easier to click.
Charles_L@NCIX
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Review Date: 04/19/12
Cons: Seriously, none that I can see

Pros: Cheap, small, 1600 dpi, next/previous buttons on the side
Comment:
At 24,99$, this mouse is a great bargain. I bought 2 and they work like a charm with my laptops.
Petadgor@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 12/12/11
Cons: NCIX advertises this mouse to have 4 directional scrolling which it does not. ( http://ca.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3247#ov )

Pros: Great response and feelBluetoothLaserBack/Forward buttons800/1600 DPI buttonOn/Off switch
Comment:
Great mouse with excellent response, it takes a little time to get used to the size. 1600 DPI works good when you want to game and the Back/Forward buttons are a nice feature.
Andy_T@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 12/03/11
Cons: smaller sizeduser guide in micro print

Pros: cheap for a BT mousenicely sculptedgood BT connections
Comment:
Tried it out cos of its cheap price ($25) but found it to be functionally great! Connects to my HP and Asus notebooks easily and tried it out for my Blackberry Playbook and works for that too! Great!Agree size could be a bit bigger but not a deal breaker.
Geoff_T@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/05/11
Cons: a little small, glossy black scratches easily

Pros: bluetooth mouse, cheap price
Comment:
ergonomically this mouse is nice, its a little small but its meant to be small i guess since its a portable...i use this with my macbook air for gaming on the go, it works and syncs instantly... its similar design as the gigabyte gaming mice, just a smaller form factoronly negative is the glossy black scratches easily from everyday use
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