This, for the price, is a fantastic mouse.
Keep your expectations in check and you'll be pleasantly surprised!
Is this an Apple Magicmouse? No.
Is this a super cheap alternative that pairs easily to wireless device for convenient UI interaction? TOTALLY.
I'm using this on a Google Pixelbook to navigate easily from a desk and I've been delighted with it's size (easily portable- throw it in your laptop bag and you're good to go), it's form factor, and it's price point. It doesn't feel overly cheap despite the removable top portion being entirely one piece plastic. The top portion lifts off for your batteries (included, btw), while the bottom piece (also plastic) has really nice mouse sliding pads that feel responsive and smooth on a mousepad. The mouse tracks reasonably well and I've had no misclicks. There's a single pairing button on the bottom that you need to hold in to initiate pairing mode as well as a sliding switch to turn the mouse on and off.
The mouse wheel is the achilles heel of this device. It is awkwardly shaped, wonky as it clicks through the scroll motion, and is a little slow.
Beyond that- I have NO problem recommending this to anybody looking for a cheap Magicmouse lookalike. Pick one up and try for yourself. I think it's tremendous value.