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Kensington 72370

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews of Kensington 72370. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the design and usability. The size and price are also appreciated, whereas there are some negative comments about the reliability and durability.

price, size, usability, design

durability, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the Kensington 72370 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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Consumer review by: (newegg.com)

Kensington K72370US USB RF Wireless Optical Pro Fit Full Sized Mouse

 

With a few minor changes this mouse could be fantastic. If both the DPI settings were doubled and the scroll wheel was flat this mouse would be the best wireless mouse I've ever seen.

Perfect size and shape (other than the scroll wheel, see cons). My hands are average size and this fills my hand perfectly ; Convenient DPI switch button. Easy to press if you need to but hard to press by accident

The scroll wheel is rounded on top. It gets uncomfortable after using for a while. It was also pretty stiff to start with but eventually it loosened up... maybe too much. Occasionally it will scroll up and down repeatedly without me even touching it....

Aug, 2013

Consumer review by: (newegg.com)

not the best

 

I've had it for a few weeks now and its not living up to my old lodgitech the only reason I upgraded to this, if you can call it that, was the micro receiver....point is if ur going to go this deep in money wise save up $10 and get a better lodgitech...

light (if u like that), good button placement, pretty sensitive, high dpi, and micro receiver...the whole reason I bought it over others at this price

light (because I absolutely hate that), the right click button also tends to stick and be unresponsive on occasion

Jun, 2012

Consumer review by: FRIEND (newegg.com)

UPDATE

 

It's big but so am i very comfortable played Mass 2 and 3 ,Skyrim,C.D. BF. Great gaming mouse.I'ts a good mouse.Bummer the price went up.But a steal even at this price.

Been 6 month's and not one problem the off switch help's use this 12 hours a day.The batteries lasted 4 months of couse i forgot to turn it off several times.So you could get 5-6 months,I really like this mouse been flawless no cable

The drivers are tricky one of my computers said no so i went to Filehippo under drivers in the microsoft mouse file that took care of that less than a minute.Filehippo has all the drivers and there free

Mar, 2012
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Consumer review by: PhxFlyer (newegg.com)

Massive

 

I had to purchase locally because older Microsoft wireless mouse died and I needed replacement right away. Tried the newer Microsoft 5000 Blue Track but cursor movement was erratic and not very precise. This was second choice but turned out to be a...

Massive, but comfortable. My wife uses this for her desktop PC and thinks it’s much more comfortable than half size models. 1200 dpi is switchable to 600dpi using button below scroll wheel. Very accurate and smooth moving cursor. Plugged it in and was...

No drivers or programs to control functions available. It uses the standard Microsoft HID compliant driver from 2006. What you have when you plug it in is what you get. Minimal information on-line about button functions. I found out about switchable...

Mar, 2012

Consumer review by: Abentex (newegg.com)

No Custom Drivers

 

Very large mouse. I have average size male hands and my index finger can barely reach the scroll wheel without lifting my hand.

1200 dpi, smooth action, works great

No custom drivers. Uses Microsofts HID Compliant driver from 2006. That driver prevents computers from going into Standby. Checked Kensington web site - nothing for this model - K72370

Feb, 2012

Consumer review by: CalicoZac (newegg.com)

Seems Great to Me!

 

I'd like to update this post in a few months with comments on the mouse's battery life and whatnot.

If you're looking for a full sized mouse because you have big hands or are just more comfortable with something under the palm then this mouse is probably a good fit for you. I find it to be very comfortable and have had no connectivity issues ; I've...

None yet

Dec, 2011

Consumer review by: FRIEND (newegg.com)

IT'S BIG

 

I wish they made a smaller for you little people out there ..

PRICE..Best wire less i've ever owned tried to hide it still work's put a towel over it still work's.Comes with 2 energizer batteries,off and on switch.Where your thumb rest there are small holes and a very soft feal very comfortable mouse.A lot of...

I.m 6'1 large hands it just fit's any one larger should have no problem.It is big

Oct, 2011

Consumer review by: Kennysgirl (kensington.uk)

Love the Mouse; Hate the USB Receiver

 

The reviews are correct, the receiver is flimsy. Because it sticks out so far, things get caught on it, bending it. The bottom of the casing fell off, so I duct taped it back together to get it to hold, which makes it even flimsier to take out and plug...

Mar, 2014

Consumer review by: Alex (kensington.uk)

Pretty surpsided

 

Works well when you get used to it, the middle button changes the DPI witch is really cool for gaming. was looking for a good cheap gaming wireless mouse and I'm happy i chose this one.

Jan, 2014

Consumer review by: Courtsaggit (kensington.uk)

Great Mouse But...

 

I love the mouse. but the receiver for the mouse is flimsy and seems like it breaks easily. another thing is the distance issue. my computer setup is connect to my TV while im on the bed with a mini desk over my lap. im about 5 meters away from the...

Nov, 2013
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