Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Explorer Mouse
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Tool of choice for office use
Ollie M, Amazon
3 March 2013
Summary: I'm still using this mouse nearly daily for work, still flawless, still precise, and quite simply the most comfortable thing you will ever hold in your right hand. It is a fairly big tool this, and doesn't have a lot of buttons, so its no gaming mouse, but it is a sound and beautiful everyday mouse for the home or office. Throw in the wireless ability and the fact it will track on glass or paper or whatever and you have an unbeatable product.
Summary: Let's start with the main consideration, value for money. Very good price for a Microsoft product, and a very good mouse. Fits the hand perfectly and has very accurate movement. I have already recommended this to several friends. Runs perfectly with Windows 7 Home Edition.
Summary: This blue track mouse is excellent, it replaces a Logiteck Bluetooth mouse which took ages to wake up & didn't work on most surfaces, unlike this mouse which instantly wakes & works on virtually any surface. Also the batteries last for ages, at least 2 weeks before needing recharging on the base for a while, the Logiteck needed recharging every night! Zoom function & page back buttons are very useful too. Buy one, you wont be disappointed.
Summary: This wireless mouse is an absolute pleasure to use. It looks wonderful, the glossy left and right buttons compliment the comfortable, rubbery outer rim and "Microsoft" isn't slapped all over it. It feels great in the hand, but is certainly for right handed users only - those who use their left hand for the mouse will find this very uncomfortable. Some have been saying that the mouse is a little bit big, however I disagree.
Summary: The mouse itself is great. It looks good, and allows your hand to rest on it comfortably, perfect for people with large hands. Whenever you turn it on or wake it from sleep mode, the bottom and the logo glows blue, to me it looks great, although there's no actual point in that, just a gimmick thing. The only annoying thing is there's no studs in the scroll, so you don't know exactly how much you can scrolling by.
Summary: Bis vor kurzem wusste ich es nicht: ich hasse das Arbeiten mit dem Touchpad. Das mag ja im Ausnahmefall im Zug oder so ganz amüsant sein, aber für meine Nutzung im heimischen Garten oder auf der Terrasse fand ich es gar nicht lustig. Da traf es sich ganz gut, dass ich nachträglich noch eine Rabatt für meinen Laptop bekam; wer die Geschichte kennt, der weiß, ein nur kleines Trostpflaster, für die Nerven, die ich gelassen habe.