Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000
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Nice wireless mouse
Sonica, B&H Photo
2 March 2015
Excerpt: Years ago I tried going the wireless route when it came to mouse operations and always found them to be lacking, they either did not track accurately or the distance I had to be to my computer meant I had to have the tower sitting right on top of my desk. Finally found one that works great and I don't have to have it next to my computer.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly, Great Features, Works On Any Surface
Excerpt: I love this mouse! I have one at work and at home. Fits my hand well and is responsive and confortable. Just has an overall good feel to it in terms of weight, size and shape. Others I have recommended it to like it as well. A good solid mouse without a bunch of "gadgety" features.
Excerpt: This isn't the first wireless Microsoft Mouse I have had. I've been using them for years on both notebook and desktop applications. I really like the way that each and every button can be programmed to function as you, the individual want them to work. I have tried others but none have offered the programmability of the Microsoft 4000 and 5000 series wireless mice.
Excerpt: This mouse has been wonderful for those small office work spaces. Not having that cord dragging accross the desk top makes things much more comfortable, not to mention how much more organized and clean the space ends up looking with out wires. The battery last a long time in this mouse, I use rechargable batteries and always forget to turn off my mouse when shutting the computer down and probably only have to recharge the battery once a week or close to every other week.