Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 5000
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Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 5000 Review
26 July 2006
Conclusion: With the driver installed, the default setting for clicking the scroll wheel switches among open applications (think Alt-Tab). The left side button remains a Back button for Windows Explorer and Internet Explorer, but its counterpart on the right side activates Microsoft's Magnifier, which lets you drag a zoom pane around the screen to see details blown up to jumbo size.
Conclusion: This is a excellent keyboard/mouse kit, you get a wonderful keyboard to type on and a matching mouse to it also. The only con I could find with the mouse was that it lags in games and especially FPS games but otherwise it works great for normal usage with scrolls for two ways and it’s comfortable to hold and use.