Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000
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Mouse pointer problems
Tom Rogers, Amazon
25 June 2010
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: It took a little time to get used to the slant of the mouse, but I grew to like it, and any wrist and finger pain I suffered is a thing of the past. However, this mouse is terrible using it on any surface.
Summary: I'm a petite woman with relatively small hands and this mouse was much, much too large for my hands. If I rest my hand on the side the way they instruct you to, I can't even come close to putting my index finger on the left button.
Summary: I bought this mouse in a vain attempt to keep my wrist and thumb from hurting. While it might be designed for comfort, it isn't designed to actually track like every other mouse on the planet. You move the mouse horizontally to the left and the cursor goes and a pretty good angle up and to the left!
Summary: I had high hopes for this new natural mouse from Microsoft. I was using a Microsoft wireless laser 6000 mouse which frequently hurt my hand due to the uncomfortable angle forced on the wrist. Being an early adopter, I purchased this new "natural" mouse online before it was available in stores.
Summary: Have to say, all the reviews looked good. "Comfortable, easy to use, cured my RSI/GBP/MFI" (you choose). The grapefruit description was good but as I don't have particularly small hands that didn't worry me, you guessed it I bought one.
Summary: After using this mouse for a week, I'm disappointed. It's a lot smaller than I expected - it feels a bit like one of those "mobile" mice, with no support under the palm. I find myself bending my wrist so it sits on the desk behind the mouse. This contortion is exacerbated by the height of the mouse.
Summary: Das ist wohl die blösinnigste ergonomische Maus die jemals ein Mensch entwickelt hat! Eine Sehnenscheideentzündung ist damit vorprogrammiert. Leider zu spät sie zurück zuschicken - wird auf dem Elektronikmüll landen. Die Maus ist viel zu hoch.