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Kensington K72369us Pro Fit 72369 Mouse - Ps/2, Usb - 2400 Dpi

Kensington K72369us Pro Fit 72369 Mouse - Ps/2, Usb - 2400 Dpi
alaScore 88

100 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 100 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the build quality and reliability. The size and usability are also mentioned favorably.

value for money, usability, size, reliability, build quality

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the Kensington K72369us Pro Fit 72369 Mouse - Ps/2, Usb - 2400 Dpi is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 100 reviews)

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Consumer review by:

Gargantuan

 

I bought this product because I wanted to have the same mice in my laptop and in my desktop. Obviously, the desktop does not need wireless. In fact, a wired mouse has no interference with the wireless ones. I need the back and forward buttons in the...

side buttons, right price

I do not like wasting one button to configure the dpi. I would prefer a BrowserSearch button instead. The button back fromo the wheel could be placed in the bottom

Consumer review by:

Kensington Pro Fit Full Sized

 

Very impressed with a product from a company I'm never purchased from, in a no frill design. Honestly that box with the no-nonsense here is the mouse outside of the box so you can get a feel for it. It's odd to see wired mice more expensive than their...

It's large. Something I always wanted and complained about so I went to the store to pick up a DeathAdder. Feeling mice through their little plastic outlines isn't perfect but the DeathAdder felt small and this one fit better than any mouse except the...

It's a be careful what you wish for kind of thing. It is quite unique to have something so large. For everyday use it's phenomenal. I'll reach over from my bed and use it and it's quite awkward comparatively if you're not stationed there. The DPI...

Consumer review by:

meh

 

comfortable ; nice buttons

scroll wheel stopped working. was just scrolling down a page it made a bad grinding noise then stopped working

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Consumer review by:

Not bigger than your average mouse

 

My old Kensington mouse, which I've had for a few years, finally started giving out so it was time to replace it. I wanted to get the biggest mouse I could without spending too much, so I settled on this Kensington because it was marketed as...

All buttons and wheel feel sturdy, emit re-assuring clicks ; Nice matte grip for thumb ; Overall build quality feels pretty nice, though it's a bit on the light side ; Comes with a USB to PS/2 adapter

The biggest con is that it is not much bigger than your average mouse. See "other thoughts" for more info ; Red light from the optic shines through cracks between the buttons. Doesn't have any adverse effect, but makes the mouse look cheap ; No...

Consumer review by:

Awesome Mouse!

 

First time using a Kensington Product. Nothing wrong so far. Defiantly a satisfied customer

3 Extra Buttons on this mouse ; Fits perfect for a right-handed mouse user ; Thumb Grip on left side of mouse ; Comes with PS/2 Converter

None so far

Consumer review by:

Brilliant

 

Can I give it 10 eggs? This thing is AWESOME. The cord is long, but not too long, and the mouse is super comfortable for my bigger hands, but I don't see how it would be bad for a person with smaller hands, either

The button in the middle that changes the sensitivity is a little annoying at first, but it's still very useful

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BIG HANDS from bigfoot country

 

ok, i will write something about it. i'll just say that if you made a mouse bigger than this i would buy it. this one is closer to being comfortable to my hand, and i definitely prefer it to the size of items commonly on the market. it would be nice if...

unplug the old muse, plug this one in and it works with the driver already in windows ; button placement is convenient and out of the way ; it is slightly larger than the mouse it replaces

nothing big enough to write about

Consumer review by:

great mouse

 

feels great little uncomfortable for my small hands as its pretty large, a bit larger than my mx518 i use at home, but it is plenty comfortable still ; dps settings work great they help when im selecting small areas of stuff when im working or going...

pretty big

Consumer review by:

A Good Buy, But Mind the Sensitivity Setting

 

Here's one very interesting thing I noticed about this mouse. This mouse will work with MS Intellipoint 7.1 (later versions don't support PS/2), so you can set the 4th and 5th buttons to do whatever you want. Just tell the software that you have an...

Physically, it's about the same size as a MS Intellimouse Exp. 3.0, the mouse it replaced (because the left mouse button failed after 1-2 years) ; Supports PS/2. You may as well use the PS/2 port since it's not good for anything else, and conserves USB...

While I'm right handed, this mouse would be no good if you are left handed ; As mentioned in another review, there's nothing on the mouse that says what the current sensitivity setting is, aside from pressing the button and cycling through each one ; I...

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Good mouse for your $$

 

I bought 2 of them for our office and I prefer this mouse over the other mice we have.

Good size mouse for those of us with larger hands. The forward and backwards buttons are very useful... not enough mice in this price range offer buttons 4 and 5. The tracking is very smooth, and there's a handy button on the top of the mouse for...

I wish there was some sort of indicator for what sensitivity the mouse is set at. The only way to know is to click through the settings and move the mouse around ; If this mouse were wireless, it would be nearly perfect. However, that's just too much...