Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse6000
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16 May 2010
Summary: I bought this mouse as a combo with the Microsoft Wireless Keyboard. Both are awesome! The mouse is precise, comfortable and easy to set up and use. I have used this mouse at home for about 3 months now. I liked it so much I also bought one for work. The range is good and with heavy use I haven't had to change the batteries yet. My wife likes the mouse so much she wants one for her laptop!
Summary: Easy to use - just plug and play. The great thing is - the USB dongle can be clipped on the bottom of the mouse. So you will never be looking for the dongle and have a nice room for a dongle. The bad thing is - the indication of finishing battery is not as accurate, so keep in mind to have a spare battery at home...
Pros: Comfortable Design, Fast Response, Great Features
Summary: I am so pleased with my new wireless mouse. The item was shipped to me very quickly . The mouse is very comfortable under my hand and did not take getting used to. I like the feature that allows me to choose and program the side buttons. I love the scroll wheel. I love not having a cord to deal with. The mouse is sleek and comfortable. I would recommend this product to anyone.
Summary: My mouse wrist has been bothering me a bit lately, and I thought I had better invest in a new mouse before things got out of hand. I'm a believer in ergonomics and have been using a Microsoft Natural Keyboard for years. This mouse is unlike any of the others which were available for me to test at any of the computer / office supply stores. As it is a bit slanted to the left, it does have a more natural feel to it and I am happy with the purchase price.
Summary: While I like the mouse itself and the comfortability it has, the receiver is not a USB clip, but rather a clunky object that looks like another mouse, except slightly flatter. WHile this may have been OK for a desktop unit, I hate having to plug it in every time I take my laptop out. Otherwise, it's a handy-dandy mouse.