Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Mouse 5000
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A Great Wireless Mouse
3 March 2011
Excerpt: I was originally worried about the quality of this mouse because I had bought another mouse from Microsoft and it didn't work at all. However, I really like the Bluetrack 5000 because it has a good battery life. Sometimes I would forget to take out the USB, but the batteries would still last me for weeks.
Excerpt: This mouse came in a package deal with my wireless keyboard. I have been using this mouse for over 2 years with no major problems. I use it on a gaming Rat Padz mouse pad and it tracks perfectly. Since this is my first wireless mouse, it's impossible for me to compare it to others, but in my opinion, the battery life is slightly lacking.
Excerpt: In my search for a good wireless mouse I have come by this product the Microsoft Bluetrack Wireless Mouse, I will admit that this a very good mouse. Even though they advertise this mouse as being very versatile with the different types of surfaces you can use this on I can not comment on it myself personally because I only use it with my mouse pad.
The Laser Mouse has sufficient accuracy and portability.
3 March 2011
Excerpt: The Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 5000 is easy to use and works well. The set-up process might be challenging for some, but if you've used the technology before, it'll be easy enough. The wheel and additional buttons are a bonus, but the mouse does lack some of the added versatility of, say, a mouse that can be switched to presentation mode. If you only need a standard PC mouse to make life easier on your laptop, this is an excellent choice.
Summary: I have ordered a Microsoft Mice because i had one at home ten years old and still working perfectly ! Quality build and comfort. Works perfectly but first deceptions : - Big mouse but good for comfort - the wheel is free - Finitions are really not proper ! - Pictures are Fake : No blue light, there is a joint where you put your big finger, the receiver doesn't fit entirely in the mouse.
Summary: The mouse arrived on time, packaging a little battered. Everything appears to be ok but I do wonder why the mouse does not have the white underside described by microsoft and also the protective cover is missing over the lazer. (I know this because I purchased an official product from John Lewis only two weeks before this purchase). Is it possible that this mouse is a copy?