• Bluetooth® or USB-A nano dongle
  • 12-week rechargeable battery life
  • HP Track-On Glass sensor
  • 7 customizable buttons
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HP 935 Creator Wireless Mouse for business is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 25.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Lightweight full sized wireless mouse, works with Linux (Pop!_OS) Bought this mouse, for the HP Dev One laptop, long after the laptop was no longer sold by HP (which is based on the Elitebook 845 G8). Mouse was being offered alongside the Dev One, but I didn't get it then. You may buy later down the road, like me. Mouse Configurator (from System76's APT repo, specific for Pop!_OS) still works, even though its first & only release was in June 2022. Mouse is relatively lightweight for a full sized mouse. Sensor's "light" is either not visible to the human eye or shuts itself off very precisely when lifted away from horizontal surface. I think this mouse is pretty ergonomic given everything about it. If you have the space, then you can carry this mouse around in a backpack (though you may want to make your own custom carry case to transport this mouse around like that). Based on everything, mouse works straight out of the box. No need to deal with drivers. Mouse Configurator recognizes this mouse as the grey-colored 930 model variant. I'm guessing this model can also work with Mouse Configurator in Pop!_OS, but YMMV. The bottom has a magnetic lid that houses the USB sensor & reveals the regulatory info sticker. I haven't tested Bluetooth, but mouse seems to work with the USB radio transceiver. It can be difficult to pull out the transceiver when plugging it into the host computer/docking station, so be mindful & judicious about hand accessible clearance for the transceiver. Don't need unbroken visual direct line of sight for the mouse to work, though as always closer is better. (I have no idea if replacement/spare transceivers can be bought.) By the way, the included HP-branded USB cable is only capable of electric power. So, if you plug this mouse in with this USB cable, then you can only charge the mouse & nothing more. Allegedly, Mouse Configurator can be used to modify the mouse's settings via direct USB connection, but I haven't gotten this to happen yet. (Though honestly you only need a data-capable USB Type A to USB Type C cable for that.) Otherwise, the mouse's settings may be modified via radio transceiver or Bluetooth. For wireless modes, there are 3: 1 USB radio transceiver, and 2 Bluetooth channels. Most will be happy to use only the first Bluetooth channel, but I can't say much on this since I don't use Bluetooth. The scroll wheel has a notched exterior wheel that is metal and has a matte black texture. There is a physical button (i.e , it is a 2 mode physical push button switch) that modifies whether the scroll wheel motion is ratchet controlled and only moves discretely by each wheel notch; or moves smoothly & continuously with much less friction. I like the precise control of the former's discrete motion but the latter's smooth motion is much more pleasant to use. I sort of wish there was only 1 mode that combines both of these qualities for scroll wheel motion. Can't say too much on battery life, though it was completely dead when I first opened the box. Charging from 0% took less than 1 hour, that's for sure. Seemed quick enough. There is an LED light indicator that has 2 colors: orange for less than 90%, and white for +90%. This is just like the HP Dev One, & other HP laptops. If you need both a full-sized right-handed wireless mouse (both USB transceiver & 2 Bluetooth channels) and the mobility for on-the-go usage, especially on Linux, then this mouse is a good choice. The 930 model seems to be somewhat more available from in-person stores & seems to be essentially the same product, for practical all intents & purposes. Look out for discounts on this mouse or the silver 930 variant of this mouse & this is a solid deal.
Date published: 2024-01-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by RClassz from The mouse you want Comfortable and works amazing
Date published: 2023-03-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by rav.im from Highly customizable. Comfortable. Easy to use. Highly customizable. Comfortable. Easy to use. The only reason for 4 out of a possible 5 stars is that it doesn't have the feel of quality I'd expect at this price point.
Date published: 2023-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by fijese from after a few weeks It works with POPOS. Does hp have a .rpm that I could try with my fedora laptops?
Date published: 2022-12-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by FourCharacterMinimum from A well-built mouse, with some annoying quirks and omissions. I'm primarily a trackball user, but I keep a mouse around for specific use cases. I like pretty much this mouse, but there are a couple of really annoying things that would hold me back from truly recommending it. First, there's no button to change the DPI. Changing the DPI can only be done in the software. I haven't figured out how to do this yet on the HP Dev One. The other thing I really hate is the scroll wheel is too loose in free scrolling mode. It's so loose that the scroll wheel almost always spins ever so slightly backward when it comes to a rest. That means if I'm rapidly scrolling up a page to the top, once the wheel comes to a stop, it will most often roll back slightly and scroll the page back down a step or two. It's enormously frustrating.
Date published: 2022-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Steve H. from Solid all-around mouse Comfortable and ergonomic mouse that's good for larger hands.
Date published: 2022-10-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by Jtkusmce6 from HP 935 mouse. Comfortable feel in the hand. But buttons are too hard to press.
Date published: 2022-10-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by Marc J from Cheaper Bluetooth mice reconnect to devices better The Bluetooth refuses to reconnect when switching devices
Date published: 2022-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by MarXio from Great mouse Excellent for music production
Date published: 2022-10-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by BPCLE from No Grip I like the size and shape of this mouse but the entire shell feels like cheap plastic. for a large mouse I prefer a material with a little grip to it.
Date published: 2022-08-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by EthanR from Great Mouse This is an excellent mouse that is very comfortable to use.
Date published: 2022-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by Happiest Mouser from Comfy Mouse Very comfortable! I can use this for work all day and it is great!
Date published: 2021-11-04
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