Kensington PilotMouseLaser Wireless Pro review
The PilotMouse has a laser at the heart of it, as opposed to a bright LED, which Kensington claims makes for better accuracy. We couldn’t discern a difference between a standard optical mouse and this one, though, even with fiddly jobs. The mouse buttons have a decent click, although the scroll wheel and side buttons are less satisfying. The rubber tread on both sides is a little odd, but the mouse is comfortable enough to use for extended periods. Indeed, the only reason we don’t recommend it is Microsoft’s continued mastery of the mouse and keyboard market. For the same money you could have Microsoft’s Wireless Laser Mouse 6000, which has a better scroll wheel and superior build quality.