I attend the IT University here in Sweden studying Applied Informations Technology. I usually sit in front of my computer seven hours and that is just at the university. The version that I got is branded for the HP Mini 1000. They also have a version that matches the HP Mini 1000 Vivienne Tam Edition, but it cost around 100 SEK more then the version that I got cost.
The mouse comes in one of those regular plastic packaging. This contains the mouse, receiver and CD that contains the user guide. It surprised me that they shipped it with a CD when netbooks does not have built in DVD player or requires that you have an external player. To be honest how many of use carry an external player with us all the time. Personally I got a netbook so that I do not have to carry these extra things with me all the time.
Installing it on my HP Mini 2140 was surprisingly easy.
What I had to do was to insert the receiver onto one of the available USB ports on my netbook and the installation started promptly without any trouble at all.
Where you store the batteries is actually kind of nifty. What you do is that you press a button at the bottom of the mouse which unhooks the cover of the mouse. This allows you to insert both batteries and this is also the place where you store the receiver that you are going to use each day.
Using the mouse has been a nice experience. When using it I have come to notice how HP have given a lot of thought to the user experience behind the mouse. It certainly has the flare that attracts new users the trouble that one might notice is that if you are a user with small hands the mouse might not work just as well as it does for me.
This is just my first thoughts behind the mouse. Look for a more fully featured detailing my user experience with the mouse.