Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000
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Absolutely wonderful mouse; easy to use, and looks good too!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Got this mouse to help with all computer programs and games; needed a mouse with more buttons due to troubles using both hands, and this mouse delivers. I liked it so much, we bought 4 more! They are being used on our three computers and one went out as a gift to a family member. Everyone who uses this mouse has given it top stars!! It is definately a user friendly mouse, and all buttons and scroll wheel are able to be assigned to any task as well.
Excerpt: Hello Everyone, I would just like to take up a moment of your time and talk with you about the new microsoft wireless mobile mouse 6000. This is a great purchase, it is smooth easy gliding, soft click, and has a small wireless USB plug that you won't even know that it is there. I purchased one for my laptop and now that I have a desktop I had to purchas another one, to have with my desktop. I come with a CD, so that you can personalize the sensitivity to your needs.
Microsoft 600 Wireless Mobile Mouse is very user friendly.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I am quite fond of the Microsoft 600 Wireless Mobile Mouse. I have been using it for some time after it was given to me as a gift and it is very user friendly. For me to be content with it, a computer mouse must fit comfortably in my hand and the buttons must be easy to push but not so sensitive to the touch that I have to try not to push them.
Excerpt: I got this mouse to match the Logitech S510 and it's doing perfectly fine~ Battery life wise it's great it lasts at least a good 3-5 months. There are 2 buttons that can be programed via the Microsoft mouse software, the buttons are concealed next to each of the left and right click buttons. (Generally I dont really use them because their so well hidden xD) The USB Reciever it comes with is the really small micro-adapter.
Excerpt: I purchased this mouse from WalMart a month ago and so far it is the best mouse I have ever owned. The reciever is no bigger than a thumbnail which, on a laptop, is nearly flush against the edge when inserted into a USB port. This is a priceless feature since, if the laptop is ever dropped, the reciever won't snap off rendering the mouse useless (which I have had happen three times already).