Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Notebook Optical Mouse 3000
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Good mouse for the price
29 December 2010
Summary: This mouse was purchased to be used with a laptop computer, but could just as easily be used with a desktop computer. I was a little worried when I bought it because I knew it was smaller than a normal mouse, but could never find the dimensions. It turns out to be about 3/4 the size of a normal mouse which feels funny at first, but not for long. I like the scroll wheel because it is smooth and continuous without the ratchet feel of some mice.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Glides Smoothly, Works On Any Surface
Summary: Overall, for use with the netbook I am happy with my purchase. It is not too small, so it is not uncomfortable for my larger hands during long use. Considering how inexpensive it is this was a good buy.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Works On Any Surface
Summary: I love this little mouse. It's great for long hours on the computer, especially if you have small hands. I use it for video editing. You gotta have the wheel and right click for editing, folks. It speeds up the process and doesn't give you hand cramps. The black is super cool and the red lights up while in use. L.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly, Great Features, Works On Any Surface
Summary: It's great little mouse, ergonomic. Easy to travel round with. It would have got absolute top marks if the USB part was a lot smaller - the problem that I find with it is that whilst using the mouse if a book or some papers become trapped under the USB connection it can make the mouse go silly. Alternatively I could use a different USB point on my lap-top. Like I say its a great little mouse does what it supposed to do.
Summary: Product arrived very quickly. Was a bit confused as it was just in a plastic bag within the envelope - no other paperwork! Managed to google the product and found out what I had to do (what I know about computers and peripherals you can write on a postage stamp!!) Plugged the dongle into the laptop and away I went. Small problem - nothing to say that what battery was required. Luckily I had some AA batteries in the house!