Overall

When I first took a look at the Traveler 90010LS, I was instantly intrigued at the sound of using the mouse anywhere. I have encountered other ‘notebook’ style mice in the past that insisted to be on certain surfaces. So the thought of a mouse that could provide a solution to that issue is a great idea.  I have to say that Genius did not disappoint me, as the mouse really works on all the surfaces that the company advertises. If you are the type of user that still likes to use a mouse with a notebook on the go than this mouse, should be welcomed to any road warrior’s bag. Also you can use the Stick-N-go mount and clip right to your notebook, if you so like. The Magic roller is a nice feature for easy scrolling. But I feel that one of the greatest benefits is the ability to grab either AA or AAA battery when you are on the go and get the Traveler 9010LS up and running.

My only fear of the Traveler 9010LS is for its long-term durability. Especially for the ones of us who may be hard on our gear.  For weight purposes the mouse is made of a very light weight plastic, which does give me some concerns, if the mouse gets dropped a few times or receives too much abuse. 

 

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Myndmelt replied the topic: #28510 28 Nov 2012 18:45
My first review!
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Wingless92 replied the topic: #28511 28 Nov 2012 20:25
Nice little mouse for sure. The only complaint that I have about it is that its wireless. I hate having to buy/look/recharge battery's. I wish they made a wired version. Nice that it works on a bunch of different surfaces though.
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Dreyvas replied the topic: #28512 28 Nov 2012 21:04

Wingless92 wrote: Nice little mouse for sure. The only complaint that I have about it is that its wireless. I hate having to buy/look/recharge battery's. I wish they made a wired version. Nice that it works on a bunch of different surfaces though.


I usually have the same issue, but the batteries in these things last AGES. Like, six months to a year, usually. So it's not too bad.
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Myndmelt replied the topic: #28552 06 Dec 2012 19:28
Yeah I think the key is to remember the on/off switch on it and save some battery life :laugh:
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Wooderson replied the topic: #28554 06 Dec 2012 20:35
Congrats on the review, Its a good read.

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