Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000
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Great for the price.
Click away, Staples
26 February 2015
Excerpt: The Good - Bluetrack technology tracks on almost any surface; "Power" slider conserves battery; right and left hand compatible; contoured shape; transceiver attaches to undercarriage.The Bad - Limited battery life of nonrechargeable AA batteries; smooth vertical rocker lacks precision; pricier than other mobile mice.The Bottom Line - The Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000 doesn't leave much room for complaint.
Excerpt: I looked for a long time for a mouse with programable buttons. Many have 5 buttons but they are preprogramed for backward, forward, etc and cannot be changed. I use two of the buttons for copy and paste. This one was easy to program and works just the way I wanted it to. It's wireless and connected without a problem. Good little mouse for the price.
Excerpt: This is the second 4000 I bought. The first one was great! It was still running fine except that I wore out the rubber on the wheel to where it wouldn't roll any more. After 5 years that's not bad!
Excerpt: Very easy to use and program. The one feature that does it for me, is the side button that can be set to go back to the precious page on the internet or something you are reading. Not to many seem to offer this feature.
Excerpt: I use a Logitech wireless with my Macbook, but needed a new mouse for my workstation and thought I would try this wireless one. It is not as consistent in response like a wired mouse, but it is working okay. I do not think it is the mouse's fault, but maybe using a wireless mouse at a workstation may not be the best option for precision.
Excerpt: This wireless mouse was extremely easy to set up with a plug and play process that seemed pretty fool proof. Once installed the ability to fine tune and set up the actions for the buttons and center wheel were very clear using pictures as well as text to clue you re any potential changs you want to make in the way the mouse works.