• Kensington Pro Fit Full-Size Wireless Mouse (K72370US),Black/Silver
  • Kensington Pro Fit Full-Size Wireless Mouse (K72370US),Black/Silver
  • Kensington Pro Fit Full-Size Wireless Mouse (K72370US),Black/Silver
  • Kensington Pro Fit Full-Size Wireless Mouse (K72370US),Black/Silver
Kensington Pro Fit Full-Size Wireless Mouse (K72370US),Black/Silver
Kensington Pro Fit Full-Size Wireless Mouse (K72370US),Black/Silver
Kensington Pro Fit Full-Size Wireless Mouse (K72370US),Black/Silver
Kensington Pro Fit Full-Size Wireless Mouse (K72370US),Black/Silver

Kensington Pro Fit Full-Size Wireless Mouse (K72370US),Black/Silver

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  • Ergonomic, right-handed shape with soft rubber grip
  • Pointer speed quick-select button
  • Forward/back buttons
  • High-definition optical sensor (up to 1200 DPI) for responsive control
  • Plug and Play - no drivers required; Compatible with Windows 8

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Good mouse for big hands, scroll wheel so soUpdate 12-28-2016:I still like the mouse, and it does make a relatively loud clickety sound when you press the left and right mouse button, that is OK. But the scroll wheel has some issues while browsing through websites, scrolling down it sometimes will 'hiccup' and first move the page in the other direction. Don't know if it is the software or the mouse wheel. Other than that I still like the mouse, and my RSI is under control!I use mice on a daily basis and made the mistake of using a too small mouse that came with my wireless logitech keyboard. Last week I ended up with severe pain in my wrist and arm, RSI! I immediately started looking for a different (bigger better) mouse, remembering that I used to have a kensington mouse before that worked great. Found this one, no frills sturdy and big! Mouse arrived on Sunday and I have been using it ever since, with both hands. The pain in my wrist is gone, the mouse is comfortable and almost too big, even for my big hands.I give it 4 out of 5 since there is no way of telling at which DPI setting the mouse is and you have to sort of click the button and swirl around the screen to find the DPI that works best, but for the price you cannot beat it and I am thinking about buying the wireless one for when I travel with my laptop.4We're gonna need a Bigger Trap!! This is not your average everyday mouse. Now I am no gamer ( well ok, I do playCandy Crush once in awhile) but this mouse is nice and quick. Since I am not a delicate teacupof a girl I needed a mouse for a woman fully growed ( anyone remember that from the old Tammy movie? With Debbie Reynolds? If not, youwill never understand that statement). Since my main activities online have to do with shopping, looking at decorating designs and Googling randomuseless information, I find this mouse perfect for me. It a larger mouse and I find that eases any discomfort on my wrist. 5MAC USERS ALERT! Only functions as a basic 2-button mouse!This mouse feels good in my hand, and tracks well. However, I bought it hoping I could take advantage of the other mouse features: forward and back buttons, the scroll-wheel click, the button behind the scroll wheel. However, after calling Kensington 2x, I have confirmed that this mouse functions ONLY as a basic 2-button mouse on Mac. All the other buttons will do nothing. The scroll wheel works, but that's it.So, save yourself money, buy a basic 2-button mouse. Or buy this one because it feels good in your hand but know it doesn't have any valuable features.2I like the hefty comfortable feel of it Worked great for me. I like the hefty comfortable feel of it. Is accurate enough for gaming, I don't do much photo editing so have no opinion there. I recently spilled water on it. I turned it off and left it upside down. The next day it still worked! You gotta give points for that!I use a 4 port HDMI/USB KVM switch to share monitors, Keyboard and mouse between computers at my desk at home.The mouse's basic functionality works fine through the KVM (roller wheel, click, double-click, right-clicks etc) but it has an extra programmable button that doesn't work through a KVM so I have no idea what that is for. The left and right tilt of the scroll wheel for left-right scrolling doesn't work through the KVM either.In fairness to Kensington, I have never found a mouse whose programmable features work through the KVM. I wish they would. Keyboard programmable features seem to work. 4Pics aboveI bought this mouse to replace a mid-size non-ergo office mouse. The old one I had to use a sort of pincer grip on it with my thumb and ring finger, and it was hurting my hands. I didn't care for the shape of it. This Kensington is slightly larger and has a big back-swell that nicely fills the palm of your hand. And no, I don't have really big hands =)I am happy I got it and especially like how you can change the mouse pointer tracking speed instantly by clicking the small center button. The button is placed so it is not likely to be accidentally touched once you find a setting you like. Same with the Forward/Back buttons on the side, I was nervous about them because they are placed so close to the thumb, but I have not found myself accidentally pressing them.This was my first ergonomic mouse and think it is a really good value for the price. I plan to replace my home desktop mouse with one of these very soon.(I attached pics above for comparison)5No good in OSX I have large hands. From a comfort point of view this is one of the best mice I've ever used. However I got this to replace Jobs' torture device called the "magic mouse" because I use a Mac for work.The side buttons (forward and back) don't do anything in OSX, and neither does the DPI button on top. Kensington does not make any drivers for their mice so these buttons will never work.When flipping the on/off switch you have to do it by feel or you will get a lovely blast of blinding red light straight into your retinas.Lastly you get what you pay for. This has all the build quality one would expect from a $20 mouse. It feels flimsy and cheap, and uses standard rather than rechargeable batteries. I didn't knock my rating for this because it's not marketed as a premium mouse at a premium price. I gave it the score it got because of the total lack of support, and the placement of the on/off switch in the "danger zone" of the LED. 3Mid-size Kensington ProFit Wired mouseI'm Extremely happy with this mouse. A computer mouse that isn't ergonomically suited to your hand is awful! (the cramps & carpal tunnel were very painful). I settled on the mid-size bc I need something a bit smaller scale for it to be comfortable. It's a slick, sleek little mouse. Very SMOOTH pointer operation. The button directly behind the wheel lets you adjust the mouse pointer speed. I have had zero issues w/accidentally clicking the button. There are also two nifty little buttons on the thumb side for browser 'back' or 'forward' commands so you don't have to move the mouse around. Provides for faster, smoother browsing experience. I'm on Windows 7. It took about 2 mins for windows to find & install the plug-n-play driver & for it to be ready to use. Some other reviews included pics which I found to be very useful in assisting me to make my decision so I am including two here to give an idea of the full-size version vs. this mid-size. I purchased this bc I had a wireless mini Kensington mouse that finally gave out (it lasted abt 8 or 9 yrs) & after trying a few other wireless mice I decided I was done hassling with the transmitters & changing batteries. This mouse is small enough for travel and seems to have a quality cord that isn't going to split/crack anytime soon. The cord is plenty long (for a laptop). I'm guessing it is abt 4ft. I'm Very Much Enjoying using this mouse!!5Meh... Very wide. Very noisy. Meh. Not what I was hoping for. It is very wide and I have long fingers, so I wasn't looking for a wide/fat mouse, but a long/tall one. It is also long, but I find the width cumbersome. It is slippery, so my hand doesn't stay put very well. My previous Logitech mouse (that I spilled coffee on and is no longer available) had rubbery sides that kept my hand in place when I moved the mouse around.The scroll is bumpy and doesn't have the option for bump free/smooth rolling (again, like my other beloved but dead mouse). The mouse buttons make a loud clicking noise, which I also do not like. The most annoying issue though, is sometimes when I click the main mouse button nothing happens. It even makes the clicking sound, but it doesn't actually click on the computer and do what I've asked it to do. It is apparently because I am not pressing hard enough (or if I press too far "south" on the mouse because the mouse is so wide), but you would think if the mouse makes a clicking sound that it would work. What's the point of the click sound otherwise??? Several times a day I have to depress the button twice to get it to work as expected. I'm not sure if this is a defect or if it's just poor design, but it's super annoying.I am going to have to keep searching for a better mouse, as I find this mouse will not work for me. Fortunately, it was reasonably priced. Huh, I just pressed Submit, and heard a click and nothing happened. Maybe I should change this to two stars. I was being nice though... 31-year review, still a great mouseAfter 1 year + 1 week of daily use...For me it's the most comfortable mouse I've used over the years, and comfort for me is important as I've had mice that made my hand cramp up or get tired when doing work requiring precise movements like photo-editing and Sketchup designs. Your mileage may vary of course, as the mouse is one size and everyone has different sized hands. I don't have large hands but the majority of mice I've used are too small, a very rare few are too big. Pros:- Very comfortable, even when doing mouse-intensive tasks for hours.- Weight is not too heavy, not too light.- Quiet mouse wheel. A noisy wheel is a deal-breaker for me since I use it alot.- Multiple buttons.- Seems reliable, no problems so far after daily use.- Pleasantly surprised that the feet on the bottom haven't gotten gunked up at all with dust/hand oils like other mice typically do.- Low price, yet decent quality. Cons:- Very minor annoyance, maybe just on my particular mouse: a bit of a gap in the housing where the wheel is, so there's a little spot of red LED light that shows up briefly on the very bottom edge of my right-hand monitor if I move the mouse past a certain point to the right, though it disappears very quickly with little further movement to the right. I very rarely notice it, probably a lot to do with the colors of my desktop background and that it's not terribly bright.5Incorrect shape for my hand & fingersThis mouse is not for me and I"m a right handed person. I have used Kensington mice for years and I just gave up on this one and ordered an older model in used condition Kensington 72257 from Amazon. I have been using this mouse for years,the only thing wrong with it is it has the forward and back buttons reversed and I have to go inside and change that, but this mouse does have the back button closest to your thumb which is a plus for this mouse and the buttons have quiet switches in my opinion. It is hard to purchase a mouse on line as this is a good mouse but just doesn't fit my hand correctly as Kensington's older mouse that was also a full size. I would recommend this mouse for the right person if it fits their hand correctly. It also is priced right compared with their older mice.2Great for large hands I've got fairly large hands (about 7.5" from tip of index finger to wrist, 8" from tip of middle finger to wrist), and have been using the Kensington Pro Fit Full Size mouse for years. The size is perfect for me, it has exactly the buttons I want without adding in a bunch I'll never need (but will probably hit by accident), and has never failed me when it comes to accurate tracking.This is my first use of the wireless version, and it carries over all of the things I like about the wired. The finish is also nicer on the wireless, with an embossed thumb rest and more texture on the buttons. I can't comment on battery life yet, but the batteries it came with are still reading as strong on a tester after about a month. I've got it positioned about 4 feet from the dongle with pretty poor line-of-sight, and it's been maintaining a solid connection.Do note that there are a couple different sizes in the Kensington Pro Fit lineup. If you've got average-sized hands, this mouse might feel uncomfortable to you. If you've got small hands, I can almost guarantee you'll hate this mouse. There's a "Mid-Size" version (which I believe even comes in fun colors) that would probably be better for you.I'll probably switch out the wired mice on my other systems with another one of these in the future. If it lasts as long as Kensington's wired version (one of mine is 7+ years old), I'll be using it for a long time. 5Its still available.......... Over the years I've run through a ton of mice and most of them I found were not too good. Whenever I went to buy a replacement for one that I found that I like, I usually find that its been discontinued, redesigned or something. All I need is a mouse that fits my hand (I got big hands, I need a big mouse), has a back button (I don't need 50 buttons that get in the way or that I don't use), a scroll wheel with detents (not one that goes clunk-clunk, because it has a switch so that you can free-spin 5000 pages; or no detents and it move when it wants to, not when you want it to). I guess that you can say that I like "old school" better than "new school". Well my old mouse was getting long in tooth, so I need a replacement and I'm glad to see that this mouse is still available.Note: the only con I've found on this mouse is that it would have been better if they had put a rubber surface on both sides of the mouse, not just on the left side. I pickup my mouse to relocate it a lot and my fingers on the right side slip a lot. Its a small con and I can live with it, because the rest of the mouse's attributes fit me so well. 4YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR Well, actually you do not. You get complete junk for this price. This is my second Kensington Mouse and I have had it one week and it is identical to my first one that lasted 1 year before it started having erratic tracking issues and constantly freezing. My new one has problems right out of the box. The physical build of it feels even cheaper than the first one and it has the same tracking and freezing issues and it even turns on and off during use. I finally stopped using it today and went back to my tiny Logitech mouse. I have finally realized that you can not expect to get a decent quality wireless mouse for this price and I am getting ready to buy a FULL SIZE Logitech. I strongly advise you to not buy this mouse. 1Perfect size for all hands when used properlyOk I am pretty excited about this purchase. Not only is the price great, but the product is exactly what I was looking for. I read a lot of reviews before I bought it so I will address issues I saw in previous reviews.I have small lady hands. This full size mouse works perfectly for me. It is not heavy. My hand rests on top of it perfectly. For people saying it is too large, you may be placing your hand too far towards the back of the mouse. Try resting your hand right on top. Let your palm rest on the mouse fully and direct the mouse with your entire arm, not just your wrist (twisting your wrist around is very bad for your wrist anyway!).The pointer sensitivity can go very high with this mouse. My old mouse was at max pointer sensitivity. I had to actually lower the sensitivity for this Kensington mouse to a little less than half. I'm excited about getting used to higher sensitivity over time. I had to lower the sensitivity right away because it was really hard to keep the pointer under control right out of the box.I am having no issues with the left and right click buttons. They are not overly sensitive and they do not click unless I actually click them. The sound is not overly loud, pretty standard clicks in my opinion.The scroll button definitely stops between scrolls. So I just changed the settings in my mouse preferences to scroll farther with less effort. I'm sure the scroll wheel will smooth out with time as it's literally out of the box brand new.No need for software setup, just plug into working USB port and mouse is ready to use immediately.I hope to use this mouse for a long time. Thanks for reading.5After long-term use, this is the best choice available I decided to wait a year before I review any small electronics so I can be sure that my review would be accurate as possible.I have long searched for a suitable replacement for my 10 year old and now defunct, Logitech MX700 (the best wireless mouse ever for a large hand).With work and home combined I spend ~10 hours a day on the computer. I bought this mouse a year ago after a dozen other purchases of ergonomic mice. I've hated them all. My ring and pinky finger always hung loosely off the side and caused tendinitis and fatigue. This is the only wireless mouse I've found that addresses the loose fingers. I can grip the mouse with those fingers without dragging the mouse pad. The extra buttons are tactile and function well. Their position works good enough for constant surfing. I doubt the scroll wheel will put up with the abuse of hardcore gaming though. It just seems to slip too easily to be effective.Over all it's not perfect, but it's the best choice available for a large handed man who needs a new mouse. 4Great fit, and right priceThis is a pretty chunky mouse... and I'm very happy for that! It's been a real pain trying to find a "full" mouse to fit my hand comfortably. My hand is about 7 inches from tip of middle finger to wrist, and I tend to switch between palming and gripping a mouse. I ordered this along with a Logitech M500, which I had used and loved at my previous job site. ... I haven't even opened the Logitech yet because this mouse feels so much nicer to me. Don't get me wrong, I love Logitech products, and their M500 comes in at a close second for me. But the the way this mouse is shaped and sized makes it my first pick. Yes, this Kensington mouse is optical, not laser. Yes, it is super light and may seem to have what some consider a "cheap plastic feel". But it is definitely more comfortable in my hand and for a cheaper price, I'm pretty happy. Maybe I'll keep the Logitech as a back up or take it to work.5this USED to be my go to mouseThe size.. perfect,, battery life.. acceptable. I went to my orders.. found this mouse from several years ago.. clicked re-order and guess what.. same model, they've changed features. I just chatted with someone at the company.. I used to be able to just move my mouse when it is resting to find the cursor. Now it requires a click to find it.. lovely when you're neck deep in a graphics project and you click and repeat whatever the last action was instead of just *waking* the mouse. Horrible feature .. update in this case = downgrade.eta - update on battery life - poor - I have been replacing the batteries every few days. The model I used to have of this mouse.. every couple months I needed new batteries.. not days.2Excellent Mouse and a Logitech Killer!Awesome mouse for price point. Reminds me a the Logitech. Very comfy and lotsa options with the buttons. I hate wireless mice so I got the USB version. Works great on my Ratpad mouse pad. Setup the buttons to my liking. I think this is truly hard to beat any any price. One thing though, if you have small hands, this may be a big large for you. My hands are on the larger side and the mouse is a perfect fit for me. It could even just be a tad smaller. But I am very pleased with my purchase. You have 5 programmable buttons and a scroll wheel with a push down button built in on that. Plenty of cable to hook it up and reach your desktop. As most mice only have 4 slider feet, this one has 5. Makes the mouse move easier. Again, at this price point it is definitely a Logitch killer. This was a shot in the dark purchase. I liked the reviews and took a chance, I'm glad I did. Install was a breeze and the mouse works with ease ;o)5The mouse was NOT as describe. The mouse was NOT as describe. In the description it said, The mouse connects to your ultra-thin device without taking up a valuable USB port because it uses Bluetooth technology. This was not a Bluetooth mouse. It is a 2.4GHz mouse and uses a dongle. This is not what I thought I was ordering. If this was what I thought it was I would give it 5 stars. It does work well. But since it is not what it said it was I have to give it 1 star. 1Kensington does it again! Kensington does it again. I have become a big fan of Kensington mice. The pro fit full size mice are the only ones comfortable for my hands. My hands are wide and I have arthritis. All other mice limit my computer time. I purchased the wired version of this mouse a few years back. I was ecstatic with the comfort. Plus they work very well and last. I have them for my desktops and laptops. Hope they keep making them. 5
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Description
  • Ergonomic, right-handed shape with soft rubber grip
  • Pointer speed quick-select button
  • Forward/back buttons
  • High-definition optical sensor (up to 1200 DPI) for responsive control
  • Plug and Play - no drivers required; Compatible with Windows 8
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Good mouse for big hands, scroll wheel so soUpdate 12-28-2016:I still like the mouse, and it does make a relatively loud clickety sound when you press the left and right mouse button, that is OK. But the scroll wheel has some issues while browsing through websites, scrolling down it sometimes will 'hiccup' and first move the page in the other direction. Don't know if it is the software or the mouse wheel. Other than that I still like the mouse, and my RSI is under control!I use mice on a daily basis and made the mistake of using a too small mouse that came with my wireless logitech keyboard. Last week I ended up with severe pain in my wrist and arm, RSI! I immediately started looking for a different (bigger better) mouse, remembering that I used to have a kensington mouse before that worked great. Found this one, no frills sturdy and big! Mouse arrived on Sunday and I have been using it ever since, with both hands. The pain in my wrist is gone, the mouse is comfortable and almost too big, even for my big hands.I give it 4 out of 5 since there is no way of telling at which DPI setting the mouse is and you have to sort of click the button and swirl around the screen to find the DPI that works best, but for the price you cannot beat it and I am thinking about buying the wireless one for when I travel with my laptop.4We're gonna need a Bigger Trap!! This is not your average everyday mouse. Now I am no gamer ( well ok, I do playCandy Crush once in awhile) but this mouse is nice and quick. Since I am not a delicate teacupof a girl I needed a mouse for a woman fully growed ( anyone remember that from the old Tammy movie? With Debbie Reynolds? If not, youwill never understand that statement). Since my main activities online have to do with shopping, looking at decorating designs and Googling randomuseless information, I find this mouse perfect for me. It a larger mouse and I find that eases any discomfort on my wrist. 5MAC USERS ALERT! Only functions as a basic 2-button mouse!This mouse feels good in my hand, and tracks well. However, I bought it hoping I could take advantage of the other mouse features: forward and back buttons, the scroll-wheel click, the button behind the scroll wheel. However, after calling Kensington 2x, I have confirmed that this mouse functions ONLY as a basic 2-button mouse on Mac. All the other buttons will do nothing. The scroll wheel works, but that's it.So, save yourself money, buy a basic 2-button mouse. Or buy this one because it feels good in your hand but know it doesn't have any valuable features.2I like the hefty comfortable feel of it Worked great for me. I like the hefty comfortable feel of it. Is accurate enough for gaming, I don't do much photo editing so have no opinion there. I recently spilled water on it. I turned it off and left it upside down. The next day it still worked! You gotta give points for that!I use a 4 port HDMI/USB KVM switch to share monitors, Keyboard and mouse between computers at my desk at home.The mouse's basic functionality works fine through the KVM (roller wheel, click, double-click, right-clicks etc) but it has an extra programmable button that doesn't work through a KVM so I have no idea what that is for. The left and right tilt of the scroll wheel for left-right scrolling doesn't work through the KVM either.In fairness to Kensington, I have never found a mouse whose programmable features work through the KVM. I wish they would. Keyboard programmable features seem to work. 4Pics aboveI bought this mouse to replace a mid-size non-ergo office mouse. The old one I had to use a sort of pincer grip on it with my thumb and ring finger, and it was hurting my hands. I didn't care for the shape of it. This Kensington is slightly larger and has a big back-swell that nicely fills the palm of your hand. And no, I don't have really big hands =)I am happy I got it and especially like how you can change the mouse pointer tracking speed instantly by clicking the small center button. The button is placed so it is not likely to be accidentally touched once you find a setting you like. Same with the Forward/Back buttons on the side, I was nervous about them because they are placed so close to the thumb, but I have not found myself accidentally pressing them.This was my first ergonomic mouse and think it is a really good value for the price. I plan to replace my home desktop mouse with one of these very soon.(I attached pics above for comparison)5No good in OSX I have large hands. From a comfort point of view this is one of the best mice I've ever used. However I got this to replace Jobs' torture device called the "magic mouse" because I use a Mac for work.The side buttons (forward and back) don't do anything in OSX, and neither does the DPI button on top. Kensington does not make any drivers for their mice so these buttons will never work.When flipping the on/off switch you have to do it by feel or you will get a lovely blast of blinding red light straight into your retinas.Lastly you get what you pay for. This has all the build quality one would expect from a $20 mouse. It feels flimsy and cheap, and uses standard rather than rechargeable batteries. I didn't knock my rating for this because it's not marketed as a premium mouse at a premium price. I gave it the score it got because of the total lack of support, and the placement of the on/off switch in the "danger zone" of the LED. 3Mid-size Kensington ProFit Wired mouseI'm Extremely happy with this mouse. A computer mouse that isn't ergonomically suited to your hand is awful! (the cramps & carpal tunnel were very painful). I settled on the mid-size bc I need something a bit smaller scale for it to be comfortable. It's a slick, sleek little mouse. Very SMOOTH pointer operation. The button directly behind the wheel lets you adjust the mouse pointer speed. I have had zero issues w/accidentally clicking the button. There are also two nifty little buttons on the thumb side for browser 'back' or 'forward' commands so you don't have to move the mouse around. Provides for faster, smoother browsing experience. I'm on Windows 7. It took about 2 mins for windows to find & install the plug-n-play driver & for it to be ready to use. Some other reviews included pics which I found to be very useful in assisting me to make my decision so I am including two here to give an idea of the full-size version vs. this mid-size. I purchased this bc I had a wireless mini Kensington mouse that finally gave out (it lasted abt 8 or 9 yrs) & after trying a few other wireless mice I decided I was done hassling with the transmitters & changing batteries. This mouse is small enough for travel and seems to have a quality cord that isn't going to split/crack anytime soon. The cord is plenty long (for a laptop). I'm guessing it is abt 4ft. I'm Very Much Enjoying using this mouse!!5Meh... Very wide. Very noisy. Meh. Not what I was hoping for. It is very wide and I have long fingers, so I wasn't looking for a wide/fat mouse, but a long/tall one. It is also long, but I find the width cumbersome. It is slippery, so my hand doesn't stay put very well. My previous Logitech mouse (that I spilled coffee on and is no longer available) had rubbery sides that kept my hand in place when I moved the mouse around.The scroll is bumpy and doesn't have the option for bump free/smooth rolling (again, like my other beloved but dead mouse). The mouse buttons make a loud clicking noise, which I also do not like. The most annoying issue though, is sometimes when I click the main mouse button nothing happens. It even makes the clicking sound, but it doesn't actually click on the computer and do what I've asked it to do. It is apparently because I am not pressing hard enough (or if I press too far "south" on the mouse because the mouse is so wide), but you would think if the mouse makes a clicking sound that it would work. What's the point of the click sound otherwise??? Several times a day I have to depress the button twice to get it to work as expected. I'm not sure if this is a defect or if it's just poor design, but it's super annoying.I am going to have to keep searching for a better mouse, as I find this mouse will not work for me. Fortunately, it was reasonably priced. Huh, I just pressed Submit, and heard a click and nothing happened. Maybe I should change this to two stars. I was being nice though... 31-year review, still a great mouseAfter 1 year + 1 week of daily use...For me it's the most comfortable mouse I've used over the years, and comfort for me is important as I've had mice that made my hand cramp up or get tired when doing work requiring precise movements like photo-editing and Sketchup designs. Your mileage may vary of course, as the mouse is one size and everyone has different sized hands. I don't have large hands but the majority of mice I've used are too small, a very rare few are too big. Pros:- Very comfortable, even when doing mouse-intensive tasks for hours.- Weight is not too heavy, not too light.- Quiet mouse wheel. A noisy wheel is a deal-breaker for me since I use it alot.- Multiple buttons.- Seems reliable, no problems so far after daily use.- Pleasantly surprised that the feet on the bottom haven't gotten gunked up at all with dust/hand oils like other mice typically do.- Low price, yet decent quality. Cons:- Very minor annoyance, maybe just on my particular mouse: a bit of a gap in the housing where the wheel is, so there's a little spot of red LED light that shows up briefly on the very bottom edge of my right-hand monitor if I move the mouse past a certain point to the right, though it disappears very quickly with little further movement to the right. I very rarely notice it, probably a lot to do with the colors of my desktop background and that it's not terribly bright.5Incorrect shape for my hand & fingersThis mouse is not for me and I"m a right handed person. I have used Kensington mice for years and I just gave up on this one and ordered an older model in used condition Kensington 72257 from Amazon. I have been using this mouse for years,the only thing wrong with it is it has the forward and back buttons reversed and I have to go inside and change that, but this mouse does have the back button closest to your thumb which is a plus for this mouse and the buttons have quiet switches in my opinion. It is hard to purchase a mouse on line as this is a good mouse but just doesn't fit my hand correctly as Kensington's older mouse that was also a full size. I would recommend this mouse for the right person if it fits their hand correctly. It also is priced right compared with their older mice.2Great for large hands I've got fairly large hands (about 7.5" from tip of index finger to wrist, 8" from tip of middle finger to wrist), and have been using the Kensington Pro Fit Full Size mouse for years. The size is perfect for me, it has exactly the buttons I want without adding in a bunch I'll never need (but will probably hit by accident), and has never failed me when it comes to accurate tracking.This is my first use of the wireless version, and it carries over all of the things I like about the wired. The finish is also nicer on the wireless, with an embossed thumb rest and more texture on the buttons. I can't comment on battery life yet, but the batteries it came with are still reading as strong on a tester after about a month. I've got it positioned about 4 feet from the dongle with pretty poor line-of-sight, and it's been maintaining a solid connection.Do note that there are a couple different sizes in the Kensington Pro Fit lineup. If you've got average-sized hands, this mouse might feel uncomfortable to you. If you've got small hands, I can almost guarantee you'll hate this mouse. There's a "Mid-Size" version (which I believe even comes in fun colors) that would probably be better for you.I'll probably switch out the wired mice on my other systems with another one of these in the future. If it lasts as long as Kensington's wired version (one of mine is 7+ years old), I'll be using it for a long time. 5Its still available.......... Over the years I've run through a ton of mice and most of them I found were not too good. Whenever I went to buy a replacement for one that I found that I like, I usually find that its been discontinued, redesigned or something. All I need is a mouse that fits my hand (I got big hands, I need a big mouse), has a back button (I don't need 50 buttons that get in the way or that I don't use), a scroll wheel with detents (not one that goes clunk-clunk, because it has a switch so that you can free-spin 5000 pages; or no detents and it move when it wants to, not when you want it to). I guess that you can say that I like "old school" better than "new school". Well my old mouse was getting long in tooth, so I need a replacement and I'm glad to see that this mouse is still available.Note: the only con I've found on this mouse is that it would have been better if they had put a rubber surface on both sides of the mouse, not just on the left side. I pickup my mouse to relocate it a lot and my fingers on the right side slip a lot. Its a small con and I can live with it, because the rest of the mouse's attributes fit me so well. 4YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR Well, actually you do not. You get complete junk for this price. This is my second Kensington Mouse and I have had it one week and it is identical to my first one that lasted 1 year before it started having erratic tracking issues and constantly freezing. My new one has problems right out of the box. The physical build of it feels even cheaper than the first one and it has the same tracking and freezing issues and it even turns on and off during use. I finally stopped using it today and went back to my tiny Logitech mouse. I have finally realized that you can not expect to get a decent quality wireless mouse for this price and I am getting ready to buy a FULL SIZE Logitech. I strongly advise you to not buy this mouse. 1Perfect size for all hands when used properlyOk I am pretty excited about this purchase. Not only is the price great, but the product is exactly what I was looking for. I read a lot of reviews before I bought it so I will address issues I saw in previous reviews.I have small lady hands. This full size mouse works perfectly for me. It is not heavy. My hand rests on top of it perfectly. For people saying it is too large, you may be placing your hand too far towards the back of the mouse. Try resting your hand right on top. Let your palm rest on the mouse fully and direct the mouse with your entire arm, not just your wrist (twisting your wrist around is very bad for your wrist anyway!).The pointer sensitivity can go very high with this mouse. My old mouse was at max pointer sensitivity. I had to actually lower the sensitivity for this Kensington mouse to a little less than half. I'm excited about getting used to higher sensitivity over time. I had to lower the sensitivity right away because it was really hard to keep the pointer under control right out of the box.I am having no issues with the left and right click buttons. They are not overly sensitive and they do not click unless I actually click them. The sound is not overly loud, pretty standard clicks in my opinion.The scroll button definitely stops between scrolls. So I just changed the settings in my mouse preferences to scroll farther with less effort. I'm sure the scroll wheel will smooth out with time as it's literally out of the box brand new.No need for software setup, just plug into working USB port and mouse is ready to use immediately.I hope to use this mouse for a long time. Thanks for reading.5After long-term use, this is the best choice available I decided to wait a year before I review any small electronics so I can be sure that my review would be accurate as possible.I have long searched for a suitable replacement for my 10 year old and now defunct, Logitech MX700 (the best wireless mouse ever for a large hand).With work and home combined I spend ~10 hours a day on the computer. I bought this mouse a year ago after a dozen other purchases of ergonomic mice. I've hated them all. My ring and pinky finger always hung loosely off the side and caused tendinitis and fatigue. This is the only wireless mouse I've found that addresses the loose fingers. I can grip the mouse with those fingers without dragging the mouse pad. The extra buttons are tactile and function well. Their position works good enough for constant surfing. I doubt the scroll wheel will put up with the abuse of hardcore gaming though. It just seems to slip too easily to be effective.Over all it's not perfect, but it's the best choice available for a large handed man who needs a new mouse. 4Great fit, and right priceThis is a pretty chunky mouse... and I'm very happy for that! It's been a real pain trying to find a "full" mouse to fit my hand comfortably. My hand is about 7 inches from tip of middle finger to wrist, and I tend to switch between palming and gripping a mouse. I ordered this along with a Logitech M500, which I had used and loved at my previous job site. ... I haven't even opened the Logitech yet because this mouse feels so much nicer to me. Don't get me wrong, I love Logitech products, and their M500 comes in at a close second for me. But the the way this mouse is shaped and sized makes it my first pick. Yes, this Kensington mouse is optical, not laser. Yes, it is super light and may seem to have what some consider a "cheap plastic feel". But it is definitely more comfortable in my hand and for a cheaper price, I'm pretty happy. Maybe I'll keep the Logitech as a back up or take it to work.5this USED to be my go to mouseThe size.. perfect,, battery life.. acceptable. I went to my orders.. found this mouse from several years ago.. clicked re-order and guess what.. same model, they've changed features. I just chatted with someone at the company.. I used to be able to just move my mouse when it is resting to find the cursor. Now it requires a click to find it.. lovely when you're neck deep in a graphics project and you click and repeat whatever the last action was instead of just *waking* the mouse. Horrible feature .. update in this case = downgrade.eta - update on battery life - poor - I have been replacing the batteries every few days. The model I used to have of this mouse.. every couple months I needed new batteries.. not days.2Excellent Mouse and a Logitech Killer!Awesome mouse for price point. Reminds me a the Logitech. Very comfy and lotsa options with the buttons. I hate wireless mice so I got the USB version. Works great on my Ratpad mouse pad. Setup the buttons to my liking. I think this is truly hard to beat any any price. One thing though, if you have small hands, this may be a big large for you. My hands are on the larger side and the mouse is a perfect fit for me. It could even just be a tad smaller. But I am very pleased with my purchase. You have 5 programmable buttons and a scroll wheel with a push down button built in on that. Plenty of cable to hook it up and reach your desktop. As most mice only have 4 slider feet, this one has 5. Makes the mouse move easier. Again, at this price point it is definitely a Logitch killer. This was a shot in the dark purchase. I liked the reviews and took a chance, I'm glad I did. Install was a breeze and the mouse works with ease ;o)5The mouse was NOT as describe. The mouse was NOT as describe. In the description it said, The mouse connects to your ultra-thin device without taking up a valuable USB port because it uses Bluetooth technology. This was not a Bluetooth mouse. It is a 2.4GHz mouse and uses a dongle. This is not what I thought I was ordering. If this was what I thought it was I would give it 5 stars. It does work well. But since it is not what it said it was I have to give it 1 star. 1Kensington does it again! Kensington does it again. I have become a big fan of Kensington mice. The pro fit full size mice are the only ones comfortable for my hands. My hands are wide and I have arthritis. All other mice limit my computer time. I purchased the wired version of this mouse a few years back. I was ecstatic with the comfort. Plus they work very well and last. I have them for my desktops and laptops. Hope they keep making them. 5
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