Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wheel Mouse Optical
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Microsoft WHEEL MOUSE OPTICAL WIN/MAC
21 December 2012
Excerpt: I've had this precise model of mouse for over a year and was receiving a new 1 for a unique pc, but it arrived DOA. "Device not recognized", tried it in a number of computers, similar thing in all of em.
Excerpt: Large, lit up, sturdy(for the most part) flimsy scroll wheel, Major!!!, appears bulky, light is often on(bright), hollow feeling The logitechs are way additional sleek and sturdy not hollow feeling
Excerpt: *The scroll wheel is ridged and has a very great feel. Why are most scroll wheels created of smooth rubber anyway? The scroll wheel on this mouse is fantastic.*Simple to install and use. It just functions. This mouse is rather huge.
Excerpt: Did the job with no problems for a year. Solid construction (hard to take apart) Lasted only about a year before dying though in use.Shortest life of any mouse I have ever owned. While using the mouse on a PC running Windows 7, the mouse became erratic (working, then not, each and every second or...
Summary: I prefer wired to wireless (more certain, I've found). This one works OK. The buttons and wheel are positive - no slippage or false clicks - but it doesn't respond to too much downwards pressure onto the pad (ie it doesn't work then!).
Summary: Doesnt seem to work for windows 7 with is a shame worked for about 3weeks then started to disconnect and then windows refuses to let it work as the device isnt functioning properly its a very good mouse for any version but windows 7.
Summary: This mouse is fine - it works well. I'm a little concerned about its long-term durability as the plastic seems on the cheap side (well, the price was low) and the (long) cable is stiff and gets in the way sometimes. Otherwise, no complaints.