The Logitech Optical mouse has a sleek black design and is for the most part, ergonomic. The price is really cheap -- $17 – for an optical mouse, which means it uses a laser system instead of the standard ball at the bottom of the actual mouse to orient its direction. This means, you get a precise cursor on your computer screen. I have no real complaints with the device, outside that it takes a bit of getting used to its design. That is, it might feel a bit foreign if you’ve used more form-fitting and ergonomic mice before. However, after a few days (or even just the entire day), it will feel pretty natural to the user. The cursor and speed of the cursor are all OS-dependent, so there’s no real complaints there. You could always go for the more expensive, higher-end version of this mouse that runs on USB and lacks a cord. Sometimes the cord can get in the way, but that’s just a standard issue with mice that still have cords. Overall, I find the Logitech Optical mouse a nice introductory mouse for the standard computer that has a precise and pretty natural feel both on the screen and off the screen.