Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500
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Not as good as the non-business model
Mouseketeer, B&H Photo
14 December 2014
Excerpt: The first wireless Microsoft mouse I owned lasted for several years. The battery door was the weak design aspect. That's been corrected in this model. But, this model (at least the mouse I received) has a super weak spring on the middle roller/button, and it's much too easy to press it when trying to scroll with it.
Excerpt: I wouldn't buy it or probably any other other Microsoft mouse. My old Kensington Pocket Mouse (retractable cord) and our Logitech wireless are better. No auto shut-off so it kills batteries. Fingerpads delaminated from the sides in a few months.
Summary: I bought this mouse about a year ago to use with my mac. It worked well until the past month, now it drains batteries really really fast. It doesn't last more than half a day and goes completely dead regardless of whether the mouse is switched on or off. It's driving me nuts and I will be buying a new mouse, not this one again!
Nice to hold but Battery Consumption and now dead in a year
Amit Shinde, flipkart.com
6 August 2014
Summary: Pros: This is a nice mouse with nice design Smooth operating Very comfortable to use in hands. Small Dongle Cons: Battery lasts only 1 month if used 8-10 hours a day. I used it in my office everyday. That is bad. You need to keep a stock of batteries to avoid going to the market every month for batteries or just get the rechargeable battery. Dead in 1 year and couple of months. Does not work at all. Not value for money. Planning to buy Logitech mouse now.
Summary: ok but did not live up to my expectations.... not as responsive as previous eqt I have used...works better off a mouse mat and on hard surface...only had it a couple of weeks and a duracel battery ran down...that said I did not turn if off...but then that is a fiddle to remember every day.All in all not brill so have reverted to a plug in mouse which is much better.