Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse6000
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Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 6000 review
Hardware in Review
24 March 2006
Conclusion: Overall, the Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 6000 is a great little device. It has made the cut into my laptop travel bag. It's not too expensive, either, which it surprising when you consider its special small design and the fact that it uses a laser instead of an LED.
Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 6000 Review
16 November 2005
Conclusion: We liked the tiny cradle or torpedo tube that pops out of the 6000's tail to hold its single AA alkaline battery. Microsoft says a battery can last up to six months, especially if you unplug the small USB receiver and return it to its notch on the underside of the mouse -- which turns off the device...
Conclusion: I feel the Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 6000 has one of the best designs Microsoft hardware has released to date. The mouse design has been improved over last year's model, the notebook receiver is much smaller, and the mouse still provides all the standard features (such as the Tilt...
Summary: Denne lille optiske mus er nok lidt besværlig at pakke ud. Men når det er overstået, er den trådløse modtager lige til at sætte i USB-porten, og så virker musen med det samme. Den ligger godt i hånden, og trods størrelsen fungerer den også fint i større hænder og for venstrehåndede.