Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Comfort Mouse 6000
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Vincent J., Newegg
27 February 2013
Summary: Not being able to comfortably use the button on a mouse named the "Comfort Mouse" almost feels like it is entirely misleading advertising, especially after how soft and smooth the buttons were to press on any mouse in the IntelliMouse Explorer series.
Pros: The precision of this mouse is great, they did an awesome job upgrading the tracking technology over the IntelliMouse Explorer series.
Cons: The buttons are just TOO STIFF. I bought this as a replacement for an aging IntelliMouse Explorer, partly because the physical shape was similar. Upon using this mouse, I found the buttons (especially the middle click and thumb buttons) to be too stiff to the point it hurts my wrist to use after ...
Pros: Can't get it work, so I can't say anything good about it.
Cons: Been on the phone w/ MS on two separate occasions. We just can't get it to work w/ Windows 7 Pro 64-bit. They tried very hard and are sending a replacement. The old USB mouse I have works fine, but this one just won't. Maybe it's just a bad one, as MS said this is very unusal and not a known issue.
Summary: Bought this mouse with my computer for gaming. Can't game with a practically non working middle button. Would give this a 3 eggs if the middle button worked properly. Too cheap price to send back for refund. Have to buy another mouse and might as well bring this one to work.
Pros: Light weight. Can be held in different ways and still be comfortable. Nice rubber feel contour for grip.
Cons: Middle button has a 1 second lag. This is unacceptable and Microsoft didn't come out with a driver to fix it. Furthest navigation button is too far for my thumb and requires to shift my hand's position to reach it. You can feel the line separation on the middle button scroll. Scroll rotation radi...
Summary: I do not enjoy giving negative reviews. But when the cons are such that I can't even bear to keep the product, it is hard to have anything good to say about it.
Pros: Nice feel to the mouse. 5 buttons are easily programmed to do multiple tasks.
Cons: There is an annoying delay when you click on the scroll middle button. I prefer my middle button to respond instantaneously like the left and right click do. The scroll wheel is also too slick. I prefer a wheel that grips my (sometimes oily) finger with little pressure. The old intellimouse explo...
Summary: Hello! I have a problem with my Mouse optic Microsoft Comfort 6000. It works pretty well, but it has a 1 second lag when i push and drag the middle button. I'm a designer and this is an annoying issue. If there is a setting I'm not aware of, please let me know!
Summary: What I did not like. Was the left and right buttons were very noisy. All I herd was loud clicks all the time, irritating And it made my wrist hurt not long after trying it. My last Microsoft mouse was great, but this does not cut the mustard. So, back it goes.
Summary: Spend more money and buy something diffierent. Make sure if it's MS that it doesn't have this same nano transceiver.
Pros: Light weight and comforatable for my smaller hands, decent dongle hide away
Cons: Nano transceiver got hot and failed after 4 days. Took it back to mem ex and they replaced but the replacement lasted only 3 days with same failure. I should have done some quick research first and I would found out this is a very common problem with this mouse.