Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000
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Free yourself from the hassle of wires!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This wireless mouse is small and fits nicely in hand (if you are right handed). I love the magnifier feature. The wireless mouse is like a magnifying glass that is held up to your computer screen. Press and hold motion enlarges the selected area of your screen. Receiver plugs into USB. It works best when the distance between the receiver and the mouse is 6 feet or less. Batteries last about 6 months.
Excerpt: This wireless mouse has been working exceptionally well along with the wireless keyboard. My only serious complaint is that you need very good line-of-sight with the receiver in order for it to work smoothly.
Excerpt: I got this mouse at a garage sale and I was very happy with my 3 dollar purchase! It has a long cord that can reach anywhere! Great if you are left handed and need the cord to reach all the way around the computer, or have a desktop and have to pug it into the tower. The way I have the buttons set up is such: The right and left top button are normal, for right and left clicking, the top scroll button is for scrolling, which is a must on any mouse!
Pretty good wireless mouse but it does have one quirk
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I'm often teased that I'm "old school" because my family isn't the first to upgrade to all of the latest and greatest technological products. We do not have Caller ID, do not text, and still use VHS tapes to record television shows (gasp!). So when I finally decided to purchase a wireless mouse, my friends congratulated me and welcomed me to the nineties. Okay, I don't think that wireless mice were available then but I still laughed at the joke.
Excerpt: A bit clumsy in its shape perhaps, but easy to move around, and the laser underneath enables the mouse to function just as good on rough surfaces. The connection is simple to to be a usb cable and a couple of r6 batteries. The trouble with a wireless mouse is that these batteries has to be changed very often, and this one is no exception there. Works with all computers, including Mac.
Excerpt: Seems to work pretty well. Sometimes I have trouble with the wireless connection, but that could my own computer acting up. Considering I've dropped it many times and it's still working great, I'd have to say it's very durable. The side buttons for navigating back are pourly placed and not easily felt without having to look at the mouse.
Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000: A bargain for a small mouse
8 January 2012
Summary: After getting fed up of a wired mouse and an unresponsive touch pad on her laptop, my girlfriend bought this mouse for a cheap but hopefully good alternative. Many reviews online seemed to show the mouse as a worthwhile investment so a few months ago we ordered one offline. ---Aesthetics--- First of all I would like to mention that the mouse she bought was red and actually because the red version was around £3 cheaper than the black or white versions.
Pros: Cheap price, has lots of features and built with quality
Excerpt: "...'Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000' from Microsoft was a product which didn't jump out at me in the beginnings of my search. Instead, whilst researching different lasers and their capabilities, the 6000 came up as an innovative 'new' alternative idea to the computer mouse. 'Blue laser' technology was something I hadn't heard of, and it is apparently a system which certain products employ which makes for a more accurate, less jumpy maneuvre of the curser ...
Pros: Durable, accurate, ergonomical, funky .
Cons: Blue doesn't beat red, the price ain't competitive .