Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wheel Mouse Optical
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Microsoft Wheel Mouse Optical
17 August 2013
Excerpt: I purchased this in 2006 and I still use it. outlived my mx700low Price quite simpledouble-click difficulty (see Other thoughts) It develops the "double-click as single click" challenge immediately after awhile that appear to impact all Microsoft mice eventually.
Excerpt: It performs just like a wheel mouse really should. Not a genuine powerful con, but the drivers on the supplied CD would not set up on my new Inspiron 1545 laptop with 64-bit Win 7 Property Skilled.
Excerpt: The feel of the mouse for me is great. I adore the black colour. Very smooth and resposive. None for me Works for righties and lefties. You ccould spend more but the price tag and functions are solid. Unless you are a gamer you will like this mouse.
Excerpt: It's light, smooth and comfortable. Personally, for me a "pro" is two buttons and a wheel with no added frills. The texture is good and keeps the mouse firmly in your grip. And of course the price tag.
Excerpt: While trying to work out what I fancied reviewing I was clicking away on different items with my mouse, a thought then struck I will write about my mouse. To give my mouse its full name it is a Microsoft Optical Wheel Mouse, 3 buttons, wired, PS/2, USB.
Excerpt: Fine mouse for the value, I haven't had any serious challenges other then the a single stated under given that I purchased it in 2007. If it weren't for the scroll wheel I could quickly say this has been the ideal mouse I've ever utilized.
A comfortable mouse with a scroll wheel but not forward and back buttons for internet browsing
10 July 2012
Excerpt: This is a good sized mouse which is a simple shape so it is comfortable to rest you hand on. It isn't moulded to fit the shape of your hand and is a simple arch shape so can be used comfortably right-handed or left-handed.