Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000
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Microsoft 6000 wireless mouse
5 November 2009
Excerpt: Wireless mouses are included with most desktop computers these days, but with a laptop you’re more or less obliged to get one yourself. Or at least that’s my opinion as I can’t control the mouse-like business included there. Microsoft 6000 is a great scrolling mouse with several extra buttons …
Summary: I'm satisfied with this mouse, it was a bit pricey but worth it. The range is farther than you'll be able to see your screen from. Comfortable, programmable buttons, and the receiver is small enough to leave in my laptop without worrying about it breaking.
Summary: Good fit in your palm, tons of function options for the programmable buttons. I've used this mouse on the carpet, on my jeans, hard wood floor, on the bed. It really does work anywhere. Haven't tested the range but other have commented on it, seems all good.
Summary: Great mouse, I've had 2 of them - annoyed they broke, but in fairness when I actually checked when I purchased them - I had had them for about 2 years each and lost count of the number of times I've dropped them on to the stone floor in my kitchen from a height (sliding off the laptop when walking...
Summary: Very good item. Movement is so smooth, plus i love the tilt buttons on the scroll wheel, plus the side buttons on the mouse's left and right side. All in all it has 7 buttons, plus scroll wheel: left, right, middle (press wheel), 2 side buttons, left tilt, right tilt.
Don't bother unless you plan to buy a new mouse every few months
Tuscan Sam "Tuscan Sam", Amazon
26 November 2012
Summary: Nice mouse. Smaller than I expected but works well for the first few months. Except for the scroll wheel. Rubbish. Rubber sleeve gets unpleasantly soft and sticky quite quickly, and then disintegrates jamming the wheel completely. And don't bother trying Microsoft Support.