Microsoft 1000 Wireless Mouse - A Very Smooth Operating Mouse and MORE! Superb Mouse!
Daisy S "Daisy S", Amazon
9 November 2013
Summary: For me, I am very, very picky about purchasing a mouse. So recently I purchased this Microsoft 1000 Wireless Mouse and I have it on my Windows 7 desktop and Windows laptop as well. So I just booted up each computer and plugged in the nano transmitter and the mouse worked perfectly (in each computer worked great).
Summary: This mouse does exactly what my wife needed it to do. It seems a little cheaper than a similar mouse I have personally, but we haven't had any issues out of it and have been using it for a couple of weeks now.
Summary: I didn't have high expectations with this "low end" Mouse. But it turns out this is a really good mouse. It looks small, but it is "right sized". I've used it 8hs a day for 7 months and it is very comfortable. It's also very light so it's not tiring at all. I was impressed to see the single AA battery lasted 6 months with that kind of use. There's nothing fancy about this mouse, no bluetrack (it won't work in glass and I don't care) and no special programmable buttons.
Summary: I recently purchased an HP Envy x2 and wanted a mouse to use both at home and on the road. I am touch pad challenged so a mouse with any of my laptops is mandatory. I've been using the 1000 for about a month - it works as advertised. The USB connector is very small so it is perfect for on the go use. Power switch on the mouse makes sense and conserves battery life. I definitely recommend this mouse.
Summary: Logitech M305 mouse died while on the road. Needed a replacement since using the tracking pad isn't the best for the kind of work I do on the laptop. Picked this up for around $12 just to use in an emergency. It did fill the immediate need, but will be replacing this with another Logitech mouse. The click on this Microsoft mouse is EXTREMELY annoying. Very loud and distracting not only to others around me, but to me as well. Can't hear myself think using this thing.