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Great Mouse For The Money, Not For Diehard Gamers...
on October 3, 2007
After dropping over 40 bucks on a Logitech Mx518 which broke down after about a year, I did not want to spend a lot of money on a new mouse. After much "research" & reading the reviews here, I decided on the Kensington Ci20 (I was able to purchase mine for just over 20 bucks). The mouse is very responsive and has a great feel. This is primarily due to the rubber side grips and ergonomic shape. The Ci20 is larger than my "old" Logitech; consequently, it may not be a great choice for users with smaller hands. The mouse is responsive, but may not be "quick" & accurate enough for diehard gamers. If you are buying this as a gaming mouse, you may need to look elsewhere (I recommend the Razer Diamondback Acid Green). Even though the Logitech I used previously was buggy with my USB ports and the buttons gave out after about a year, it was much better for gaming than the Ci20. However, if you are not a dedicated gamer and are looking for a great mouse at a very reasonable price, the Ci20 is for you. I also would like to add the software is very easy to install, navigate and upgrade (unlike the Setpoint software from Logitech). Just plug it and and go. Overall one of the best mice I have ever used.