Are you kidding me? I've never got that Thing and wait now since 2 Weeks for my Replasement Delivery. How much Stars do you Guys Thing could i expected to give.
I bought this to replace a popular brand’s Bluetooth mouse. Well worth it, and the mouse pad is gorgeous, too. I’ve never regretted a single purchase from this brand.
First off, this is a great-looking mouse. The leather cover has a lovely grain to it. Azio’s website called it “top grain leather” in one place and “genuine leather” in another, which makes me wonder which it is, as the former basically lasts forever and the latter wears out and gets gross after a few months or years, so time will tell what daily handling does to the mouse’s cover, but it looks and feels great, regardless.
The button setup is a simple 3 buttons and a scroll wheel, which suits me fine. The buttons click satisfyingly, the wheel operates smoothly, and the mouse itself slides easily across my hardwood desk, causing me no worry of marring the surface (for the time being, at least).
I also like the discrete switches and buttons on the bottom of the mouse, all accented with (presumably) chrome. There’s one for choosing the speed/resolution of the mouse, another for connecting it, an on/off switch, and a BT/RF switch. And it uses a li-ion battery, as opposed to AA, for which I am very thankful.
As far as connections go, although I have yet to fire up my MacBook and try the Bluetooth, the RF receiver works great on my PC. My only complaint is that I sometimes need to click a button on the mouse to get it to connect when I start my computer, but it has never failed to connect when I do.
Overall, great mouse, and a great companion to my keyboard. They both make my desk look great.