Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Mobile Memory Mouse 8000
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Microsoft Mobile Memory Mouse 8000 review
Hardware in Review
30 November 2007
Conclusion: Overall, I liked the Microsoft Mobile Memory Mouse 8000, and would definitely add it to my laptop bag. It's a little pricey as a standalone mouse, but if you add in the fact that it also doubles as 1GB of portable storage, the cost is a bit more easily justified.
Conclusion: This mouse offers versatility, mobility and good accuracy for notebook users. While it's small, it's still fairly comfortable, but its scroll-wheel button could use a little more resistance.
Pros: Ships with a wireless transceiver, but can also use Bluetooth; its transceiver is also a 1GB USB storage stick and charger
Cons: The scroll-wheel's left and right button movements can't be assigned an action in the IntelliPoint software
Conclusion: The Microsoft Mobile Memory Mouse 8000 is a well-designed, higher-end mouse that offers extra features for those on the go. The metal and glossy black design mesh excellently together and the mouse is great looking overall.
Pros: Laser Technology, Battery Indicator, Rechargeable, Memory Built In, Carrying Case, On/Off Switch, Bluetooth / Wireless Switch
Cons: Not shipped with IntelliPoint 6.2, Battery Door Not Attached, Carrying Case could be tiny bit bigger, Memory Drive Cannot Be Used for ReadyBoost, Device not certified for Windows Vista
Summary: De Mobile Memory Mouse 8000 van Microsoft is zonder meer een prima 'kleine muis' voor gebruik in combinatie met een notebook. Door het ergonomische ontwerp is de MMM8000 overigens alleen geschikt voor rechtshandig gebruik.