Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Mouse 2000
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11 March 2012
Summary: My wife broke her mouse and needed a replacement. We both prefer the simple, large shape of this style of Microsoft mouse. Works great since the large receiver can sit on her desk, but would not be for someone who wants something more portable. Also bought with a price match for much less than the stock price. For something more portable, but the same style, look at the other 2000 series mouse (36D-00001). If space is not an issue, this is great for the price.
Summary: Got this from somewhere else for $5, Windows 7 auto download latest software and drivers once the mouse is plugged in. Slightly bigger than the Logitec basic mouse I am using and this MS Mouse is just a back up. Anyway if not for $5, I wouldn't buy since last time I had a MS mouse it died right after warrenty expired.
Summary: Bought this on special for $9.99 ...and would by 5 more if I had a [exc]use for them.. great deal, nice mouse! Even at the regular $30 price it is a fine mouse.
Pros: * looks good, * feels good, * 6 month battery life supposedly(2 AA's), * comes with 2 AA Duracell batteries!, * works at least 30' range - from the living-room thru the kitchen, down the hall, around the corner by the bedroom - I stopped there.
Summary: This mouse felt comfortable in my hand when I looked at a display model in the shop, but the display model didn't have any batteries in it. Once you insert the batteries (2 x AA) it feels too big and heavy. It's like pushing a brick around your mouse pad. The other thing I don't like this mouse it is the middle button is far too stiff. It's difficult to press the middle button without accidentally moving the scroll wheel as well.