Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500
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Overall quality 2
Mouse died after 1 month
Jenn12, Office Depot
15 August 2012
Excerpt: I absolutely DO NOT recommend this product. The blue light sensor began turning off by itself a month after purchase. I put new batteries in the mouse to try to alleviate the problem and I made sure it was turned off at the end of my work day. It worked for a few more days but today it has died.
Cons: Performance, Build Quality, size is too small
Excerpt: I bought this mouse after reading the reviews that the squeaking issues have been fixed in the new version. DON'T BE FOOLED. This thing squeaks like crazy. I liked everything else in the mouse, the size is perfect, it fits very well in my (right) hand, wireless set up is quick and reliable and...
Excerpt: Bought it. Plugged it in. Used it for 2 weeks. Broke because it got stuck in my USB port and now does not work when I plug it into my computer. Hooray. Had to use a pair of pliers to get the stupid thing out. Not happy.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly, Great Features, Works On Any Surface
Excerpt: Bought in the store as it was on sale. Eats batteries. I've had it 3 weeks and am on the third battery. My last Logitech wireless went over a year without a fresh battery. I've ordered another Logitech M350 and will trash this MS mouse as soon as the logitech arrives.
Summary: This mouse is great but the company advertising it: 'Portable4All' who have priced it at £90.00, when other companies are selling the same for £12.49 of £12.50, I feel you should consider avoiding Portable4All for insulting customers in this way and trying to con customers into buying this vastly...