Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Comfort Optical Mouse 3000
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For business yes, not for gaming
14 January 2013
Summary: You'll criticize me for even writing this review because this mouse is clearly marked 'for business,' but I'm writing this because there's a common perception that a mouse is a mouse and who cares what your application is going to be. The problem I have with the mouse is for gaming.
Summary: Considering the price, this is a fine mouse. But it is very large. I bought it for my kids after one review said it was too small. I have big hands, this mouse is as big as my hand. But a decent buy.
Summary: This Mouse is not at all as advertise the wheel does not work right it takes several turns for it to move the page up or down the size of the Mouse is about right but could do with the back part a little higher.if you won't a cheap mouse this is it,
Summary: I've had this mouse for over a year and a half and it's already starting to wear out. The features I wanted when I bought it were that it was wired, optical or laser, and cheap. So lets start with the pros... Pros: It's pretty comfortable and solidly built. Left click, right click, center click, and zoom buttons are nice and smooth. It's wired so you never have to worry about battery life, or signal strength.
Summary: This mouse is expnsive but atleast it is worth the price. The mouse is light therefore it is very comfortable to use, the response time is fast it also glides smoothly and can work in any surface. The single most disadvantage about this mouse is the scroll wheel. Middle clicking is the single most frustrating thing, and you will always end up scrolling about half a page before you actually press it.
Summary: Pros: -Very lightweight. -Excellent tracking, I use it for gaming. -size and shape of mouse is fine. -Wired usb connection Cons: -Material feels cheap quality, 'rubber side grips' feel like hard cheap plastic, so I'd hardly call it a 'comfort mouse'. -$20 is overpriced, I have an alternate wireless mouse for when I need from logitech for $25. That mouse has real rubber side grips, quality material, and is comfortable. I'd rather have a wired version of that one.
"Average comfort with a host of annoying "features"."
26 December 2011
Pros: Reasonably smooth Side (magnify) button can be remapped Reasonably durable
Cons: The scroll wheel is almost impossible to click straight because of the four way scrolling The four way scrolling is a complete gimmick and barely works Low profile leaves your fingers dragging on the desk Smooth scrolling feels like wading in a bog
Summary: For the money, it is hard to complain, but it is a $10 mouse no matter how you slice it. The comfort is adequate at best. The wheel is not so well designed. I'm used a wheel that is easier to spin and has a bit of sound to it, a click/click/click sound, even if slight. This wheel is firm to turn yet mushy feeling.