Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Comfort Mouse 6000
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Good for Big Paws- Somewhat (Retail Version)
S. Albert, Amazon
11 March 2013
Summary: I have large hands so it's not always easy finding a comfortable desktop mouse. The Microsoft Comfort Mouse 6000 is certainly a large mouse so I'm not sure how well it will fit small hands. Will I keep it? Probably. It works. I don't have time to market research the perfect mouse. Pro's: - Integrates well with Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center for Windows 8 Pro x64 along with my Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 . - Accurate, fast (very fast).
Not a replacement for Microsoft Intellimouse Optical
22 January 2013
Summary: This is listed as the replacement for the Microsoft Intellimouse Optical Mouse , but it is not. The Intellimouse Optical is an ambidextrous design, but this mouse only works well for right-handed people.
Summary: Bought this as a replacement for a Microsoft Basic Optical mouse, which only has 3 buttons instead of the 5 I'm used to with my other computer's Microsoft IntelliMouse. Long story short, the Comfort Mouse 6000 was a bit less expensive yet came with 5 buttons and a superior tracking system so I gave it a try. I have to rate this mouse as just "adequate.
Summary: Size and build quality is good. It really works on any surface. But it has two drawbacks: - BIG ONE - delay of middle button (wheel button). it has some strange hardware delay which can't be settled through software/driver. Have checked already different forums for solution but there is no such. Delay is a bit longer then on any mouse which I have used. you can use to it, but still need to think about it all the time as it is press and wait, close to "hard press".