Pros: Price, portability, use, design, can be used with left-handers
The beauty of the flip-tail mouse is the fact that it can be extremely portable and be stored easily in a suit jacket.
I will now breakdown my thoughts on several aspects of the mouse:
Design & Look:
The design works great, especially because a lot of mice don't have left hand support. This mouse works both for left handed people and right handed people. A simply change on Windows should enable left hand people to sue this mouse with relative ease.
The look of the mouse is very sleek and elegant, I think this appeals to professionals as well as enthusiasts.
It is also a comfortable mouse, however it isn't a mouse I would suggest for long periods of use. That said, I don't think this mouse was intended for gaming nor long periods of use. This mouse is really design for those presenting something or want an extremely small but powerful mouse on-the-go.
The mouse's functionalities are simple and easy to get your head around. There is a DPI switch at the top of the mouse enabling you to flip through the 3 DPI profiles. I find the positioning perfect for those that want to switch DPI back and forth.
The USB is also extremely small, meaning it is perfectly convenient for laptop users and those using ultrabooks. Driver installation was super fast, and done automatically on Windows 7.
I didn't notice any drops or any problems with the mouse. It felt easy to use and more so quite responsive. Its range also helps me to use my PC from a distance without any problems. I should mention that this IS A SURFACE MOUSE, unlike the design might look like an air mouse, it isn't designed to be used like that.
Overall, for the price, functionalities and design/looks, the mouse ticks every box. It is an excellent mouse and really should be great for anyone on-the-go.
On a final note, it didn't come with any batteries, but one can't complaining for the price, as the batteries are probably more expensive than the mouse! (2xAAA)