Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Sidewinder Mouse
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oxan, REVIEW STREAM
5 March 2008
Excerpt: It also comes with a cable anchore box so the weight of the wire doesnt pull your mouse and you can control how much wire you want in your desk, the cable anchore box its also an accessories storage to store your unused weights and feets. now i will say the pros and cons of this product Pro -2 extra buttons -control of the mouse weight -control of the mouse wire -configuration of the speed -set of mouse feets Con -price -not for left handed So if you love pc games, you...
Summary: Very nice mouse, like the On-the-fly switch DPI which are separate for each settings. Nicely done metal wheelscroll. The left side Forward and Back buttons are better layout than the normal horizontal ones.
NEVER, EVER GETTING ANOTHER MICROSOFT MOUSE...Because this one is good enough.
Polly Yau, amazon.ca
20 July 2011
Summary: I like this mouse. It has a laundry list of customization options compared to my old microsoft comfort mouse. It has a lcd display on the side that shows you the dpi level, cool, but unfortunately useless. You can customize up to five macros on your five buttons. But the best thing is, you can adjust the weight. Press the button at the bottom of your mouse, and pop comes the weight holder.
Summary: I work about 10 hours a day, 5 or 6 days a week with a mouse and I go through at least one every 3 to 6 months. Constant recharging and batteries turned me back to a corded mouse and it is refreshing to always have a mouse that is ready to go. The SideWinder his built to take serious beatings. If you find yourself getting frustrated from time to time and happen to take some of that frustration out on your mouse & keyboard, well, the SideWinder can certainly take it.