I bought this mouse because I like Microsoft mice and plan to replace all my logitech. Unfortunately, I noticed that the Comfort 3000 mouse skips pixels on many surfaces, whereas my old Logitech MX 310 works perfectly. The Optical 3000 seriously fails even on a simple piece of paper, which of course, does not reflect anything.
Has anyone had a similar experience? Is this mouse defective or is this new tracking technology apparently not so advanced as they claim?
I returned the Comfort Optical Mouse 3000 and bought the Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 instead. Since it is a laser mouse, not optical, it doesn't have any problems with the white surface.
Yes, I'm having the same problem with this mouse. On my white, melamine desktop surface it is bare usable it tracks so poorly. If I try it on a similar textured but black surface (the base of my monitor stand) it tracks perfectly.