I bought this mouse back in 2016 and it is still working very well. One of the best qualities of this mouse is it’s durability and its build quality. I must have knocked the mouse off my table over a dozen times by accident and the mouse still works perfectly. The only thing that came off was the little plastic piece that covers the laser. But it has been working perfectly fine even without that piece. Over time the scrolling wheels on mice will wear out and start to slip or jump but on the 1850 mouse the wheel still scrolls smoothly.
Design wise I find that the simplicity of the design is attractive. The mouse itself is quite small and fits perfectly in my hands however this could be an issue if you have larger hands. There really aren’t that many issues that I have with the Microsoft Wireless 1850 mouse. One problem that I did have was the clicking, the clicks are quite loud but then again I do live in a relatively quiet environment. Another issue is that it uses a USB adapter which uses up a USB port. I only have 3 USB ports on my computer and one of them is used up by the mouse. This could be an issue if you need to use all 3 USB ports. If that is the case then you might want to either buy a Bluetooth mouse or simply buy a USB hub.
Plug and play (no software or driver required)
Takes up a USB port