Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Notebook Optical Mouse 3000
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Looks cute, but hurts your hand
joe man., Amazon
17 April 2005
Summary: This mouse looks adorable; it's optical, light and good for on the go notebook computer owners. But this mouse causes much discomfort and slight pain to the rist; it is enormously uncomfortable if working with it for hours.
Summary: This mouse is quite good at basic tasks, good tracking, fits smaller hands well (not mine :/ ), though it didn't get a higher rating due to the scroll wheel being too erratic and scrolling instead of using the Middle Mouse Button. Has been useable, but i'll be looking for a new one now.
Summary: Very responsive but MUCH smaller than I thought - unless you have childlike hands, you will have to hold and move this mouse with your fingers alone, which I am not used to doing as I usually trap it between the base of my thumb and little finger in my palm. Ideal for laptops, wouldnt really recommend as a "main" mouse for a desktop.
Summary: I must confess, i dont have a lot of history with computer mice, so i might not be able to give you some hightech review,however after a month of use i can safely say that the microsoft mouse is a very nice mouse, does what it says it would do. A bit small in the hand though (for those of us with bigger hands), also after a month of use, i noticed that the mouse freezes sometimes (although this could be a local problem with this mouse).
Summary: I use computer mice heavily for my work and I like a small one because it gives me excellent control using just my fingers, so avoiding tennis elbow. And I don't want cordless mice because they give no advantage and recharging is a serious nuisance. This mouse would have fitted the bill perfectly except that the side button is nowhere in particular and annoyingly difficult to find.
Summary: A good general-purpose mouse. A bit on the small side for those with large hands, but very comfortable & easy to use. The mouse has very little friction & can be navigated around the screen with little effort. I was disappointed that there isn't an installation disc in the package, as this compromises the button options.
Summary: I bought this mouse to carry around with my iBook. With the USB ports on the iBook being on the left and me being right handed, the cable (approx. 65 cm long) just about manages to stretch round the back of the machine to sit on the right with enough length in the cable to use it. If long cables annoy you then this setup will be ideal, but I find it uncomfortable not to have more length to play with. The mouse itself is very small, (approx.
Summary: Os voy a hablar de un ratón que me compré para llevar de viaje con mi notebook. Es verdad que me apaño bien con el cursor que viene en los portátiles, pero preferí comprarme este ratón para facilitarme aun más las cosas. Se trata de un ratón pequeño, muy cómodo de transportar. Su cable también es corto, lo que hace que no sea posible usarlo con ordenadores de sobremesa. Se conecta al ordenador por un USB normal. Consta de dos botones, como es normal en los ratones.