Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Laser Mouse6000
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Get it if you can find it, and it's on sale!
22 March 2011
Excerpt: This mouse is an old model - microsoft's 1st foray into the laser market. I bought this 5 years ago when it first came out, and it is still functioning as well as ever - 1) the buttons dont get stuck like other computer mice after two years; 2) the "mouse feet" have still adhered to the mouse 3) the...
Excerpt: I have the wired version of this mouse (as stated in the product description, although I realise the wireless version has also been reviewed under this product heading). I find the ergonomic design really comfortable and it's just the right size.
Excerpt: If your a graphic designer or do a lot of detail image manipulation my advice is do not buy this mouse. Sure it is ergonomic and comfortable for your hand, but for the small, precise movements I use for image editing this mouse is the worst I have ever experienced in giving me the control I need.
Top of the range Mouse at a reasonable price for it's quality
27 August 2007
Excerpt: I've been using a Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 for about 6 months. I bought it because I have arthritis and the ergonomics of the mouse mean that it fits perfectly into my palm requiring the minimum of finger movement.
Excerpt: As you might know, Microsoft displayed among the years a certain concern for input devices such as mouse and keyboards. You may even recall the fact that the first ergonomically keyboard came from Microsoft and Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 follow the same evolution trend.
Pros: Healthy : ), Great performance and specs, Great battery life
Cons: Different holding position, requires accommodation
Summary: Das Produktfoto bei eBay entspricht übrigens nicht der Laser Mouse 6000. Das Design ist aber sehr gut, die Maus liegt perfekt in der Hand. Der Druckpunkt der Tasten ist perfekt und das Mausrad lässt sich angenehm sanft bewegen. Der Laser ist übrigens mit einer Digitalkamera sichtbar.