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Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 7000 Review
7 July 2009
If you want a wireless mouse for general computer use and don’t mind standard 800 dpi sensitivity, the Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 7000 is a good choice. Being able to use a normal AAA battery in a pinch is a nice option and wireless range is good.
Pros: Rechargeable, Comfortable to use, Well placed buttons
Summary: The Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 7000 may look unusual but it's one of the most comfortable and ergonomic we've tested. The ability to enable different commands for the buttons and wheel in different programs particularly impressed us.
Conclusion: The software and mouse perform well with a good level of sensitivity (it can be turned down if is too sensitive) and comfort, the rechargeable option over the Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 is worth the extra cash, if merely to save you the bother of buying batteries. Do we prefer it over our MX Revolution? Not really.
Excerpt: The mouse is much ignored but you'd be amazed how much of a difference a good one can make, and this offering from Microsoft is the Rolls-Royce of mice. Not only is it comfortable to hold, with a soft-touch finish and sculpted lines that make it feel as if it were tailored to fit, but it also boasts a host of useful features. The best of these is its rechargeable battery, which you can top up by simply dropping it onto the docking cradle.