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Gear Head MPT3400YLW-CP10

Gear Head MPT3400YLW-CP10
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9 reviews

Oct, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews of Gear Head MPT3400YLW-CP10. The average rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices for all reviews. Reviewers really like the size. The usability is also mentioned favorably, but many are less positive about the durability.

price, usability, size


On average, users rate this product 59/100.

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Consumer review by: zombiebobvilla (

DOA in a year


This mouse worked for what I needed it to do. I would not buy this product again due to setting issues (mouse default is crazy fast) and the USB dongle breaking and making the rest of the mouse useless.

Mouse is great color and ergonomically feels good for a small mouse. Feels good in hand

Settings are sesitive and have to play around with pointer settings. The USB dongle is cheap feeling and feels very fragile. After light usage this mouse died in a years time

Apr, 2012

Consumer review by: 1oldman (

Good form but poor function


While I like the feel of this mouse and the additional buttons, unfortunately it is of poor quality. It was plug and play but does come with a disk that will load drivers to allow the wheel to function left and right. I have not used this.The mouse is...

Mar, 2012

Consumer review by: SHANE29706 (

Awful Product


After receiving this product, I anxiously tried to hook it up in accordance with the manufacture directions and it DID NOT WORK. I even asked our IT department to help with the set up and it still DID NOT WORK. This is very disappointing given the fact...

Dec, 2011

Consumer review by: nstratton (

Great features for the price


This mouse is an excellent value. It arrived, well packaged. Plugged it in and all the features (including vertical and horizontal scrolling, and the forward and back thumb buttons) worked great right out of the box. THe mouse is a little on the small...

Aug, 2011

Consumer review by: ojj (



Junk, but what do expect for the price.Ya get what ya pay for.

Jun, 2011

Consumer review by: snipe (

Decent mouse


Great mouse for 15 bucks. Size is small wich is what I wanted to replace my worn out gearhead mouse. Got a logitech 510 before this and it was huge so I got this. Nice features, I like the back button. Semi programable for those that want to. Not a...

May, 2011

Consumer review by: N/A (

at first look


over all happy with it. we will see how it holds up to use.

only one day using this mouse. to this point i am very happy with it. light weight...fits my hand well. the transmitter stores conveniently in a slot and is held in magnetically. nice because it is so small and would be easy to misplace. button on the...

dinged it one egg b/c it does not "feel" very durable

Jan, 2011

Consumer review by: N/A (

Good Mouse for the money


None of the Sleep/Hibernate problems that others seem to be having with the mouse not responding after waking. If the DPI speed is to much you can go into the basic mouse control options in the control panel and reduce the DPI speed manually in there.

Easy to install, works well, no issues with it not receiving input signal across the room(my PC is also my media center). Good price, like the color selections

I was hoping that the programable buttons would have more options than they do like some of the "Gaming" mice out there so I could tag them more easily for games like wow. No such luck there, but I can still use them in wow for other things, so -1 egg

Jun, 2010

Consumer review by: noabody (

Not bad not great


It's a good mouse and I don't think I bought a defective one. If it's incompatible with a modern OS/Chipset then there isn't much to recommend here. They're all made overseas and this packs a lot of features into a tight package, just not tight enough.

5 Button programmable mouse with vertical and horizontal scroll wheel, selectable 800/1600 dpi optical resolution, and micro 2.4 ghz receiver that magnetically stowes on the bottom

You have to turn the mouse on and off manually via the switch underneath. The mouse receiver doesn't resume from standby (S3) ; This is the only mouse I've ever had a problem with as far as not being usable out of standby/sleep. I had to unplug and...

May, 2010