Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000
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Wrist pain? This will change your computing experience.
7 December 2013
Summary: Most reviews here are spot on, but I'm now so adjusted to using one of these for 7 years that using a normal mouse feels wrong. The wrist pain it helped cure on the first week of use still has not returned after all these years.
Summary: There are lots of nice features about this mouse - it's shape, the feel of the buttons, the size and weight. But from a practical, usage perspective, it failed in one important area - it is very uncomforatble to use. If used in the proper hand position - i.e.
Not magical but WAY better than anythinig else I've used
Travis Gagnon "Rebel With A Camera", Amazon
3 February 2012
Summary: To say that this mouse is revolutionary would be somewhat of a lie, but it is hard not to notice that there are so few mice of this shape out there. After years of using a computer with a regular mouse I couldn't take it anymore and went shopping.
Summary: I bought this thinking it would be a more ergonomic mouse to use with my laptop and carry around (I didn't care about the large size). I didn't even use it because it comes with a huge corded USB dongle for communication - not a tiny one like most wireless mice these days.
Summary: Although this mouse isn't the top of the line gaming mouse, or the highest dpi mouse, or what have you. This is the best mouse I've ever owned. I'm a power user, I play MMO's, FPS's, and RTS's, and this mouse has done the job for everything.
Summary: Pro: comfortable grip, good wrist position, lightweight. Con: extremely short range! Literally, if more than 5 inches away from the receiver, the mouse pointer movement often becomes erratic and jerky, 2 feet away -- loses the signal completely.
Summary: The long story short: This mouse had a serious problem with the mouse pointer. When I moved my hand to the right to move the pointer from the left side of the screen to the right, instead of traveling horizontally, it would go down hill at a 45 degree angle.
Summary: The initial feel of the mouse is great. It fits the natural tilt and shape of your hand perfectly. It looks really odd, but I did not care about that. Over all a nice mouse, but a number of issues that should have been resolved for a mouse in this price range.
Summary: I've been using the Microsoft Natural Wireless Mouse 7000 (the non-rechargeable one) for about 18 months and it has saved my wrist from carpel tunnel. I also bought this Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000, and as near as I can tell it is identical.
Summary: It is a definite improvement over a standard mouse, but not dramatic enough for you if you are already beginning to feel discomfort in your wrist. I would recommend this mouse to someone who uses a computer alot and wants to prevent discomfort issues, but if you are already to the point of your...