Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Notebook Optical Mouse 3000
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Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse
25 September 2007
Conclusion: Microsoft's mice always fit the hand beautifully, and this notebook mouse is simply a smaller version of the company's popular IntelliMouse. Though it's larger than the other mice here, it's also the most comfortable.
Pros: Extremely comfortable design. Comes in two colors. Works wirelessly via RF. Receiver snaps onto bottom of mouse when not in use and turns the mouse off automatically. Works off one included double-A battery.
Cons: Larger than most notebook mice. No way to tell when the battery is running low.
Excerpt: Though it's late to the portable-mouse party, the Microsoft Notebook Optical Mouse is the guest you've been waiting for. The device is a stylish silver gray with an internally lit, translucent red scroll wheel and contoured red side panels (also illuminated).
Summary: The Microsoft
Notebook Optical Mouse is an outstanding tool that will be useful to any mobile
computer user. It is inexpensive and small, yet reliable with many
features. Users may think that a mouse is not necessary to use with a
portable computer, but once they explore the more powerful features...
Pros: Simple Install, Small and compact yet comfortable, Outstanding resolution, Short cord ensures no bulky and tangled cable, User friendly
Conclusion: This mouse is perfect for the mobile user. The Microsoft Notebook Optical Mouse has a great design and is small enough to bring anywhere, and in combination with the Optical technology will work anywhere on anything, too.
Pros: Optical Technology, Design, Cord
Cons: Slightly More Expensive than Competition, Some users may want retractable cord