Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500
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Good but not great
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I bought this mouse becuase it was the cheapest but still a name brand and therefore I expected good quality. The mouse is very usable but there are better options out there for not much more money (we're talking 5 dollars) Here are the cons: -the piece that goes into the computer is about two inches long (versus others that are about a centimeter).
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: 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.
Summary: seemd ok and responsive for the most part, but mine had an unreliable middle click, the middle click is much softer than the other 2 buttons, and as i use middle a lot for opening tabs in browser, this missed click was a problem so I have returned it, a shame as it felt well made and was lag free, cannot comment on battery life as only had this one day
Summary: I bought this mouse as a replacement for a Logitech M205 wireless mouse that is starting to get a bit temperamental. I actually picked up a cheap Logitech M175 wireless mouse a couple of weeks ago in Tesco's and failed to get it to work on my PC also, so I've taken it to work and it is fine on the Windows 7 machine there. When I received the 3500, it felt more solid that both the Logitechs and felt very smooth on the mouse mat.
Summary: Bought it after owning the white wired mouse for nearly over 8 years and still working so I thought I will go for a brand and get a wireless, oh how disappointed I was.. tiny (compared to the wired ones), short wireless range, and you have to remember to switch it off otherwise it will drain the batteries.. I am very disappointed. Go for teckNet or Anker, you will see the difference.
Summary: No where in the description does it mention how small this product is. I am a male with normal size hands and I am finding the mouse uncomfortable due to its very small size. I will keep it as a back up, but I will have to order a different model for daily use.