Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse6000
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Alla G., Newegg
13 March 2012
Summary: Hopefully i'll get these RMA'd
Pros: Its wireless
Cons: The receiver worked and the driver was installed, but the actual mouse never worked on either of the two that I bought. I put in multiple batteries and none of them even caused the laser to flash. Dead mice.
Summary: Lousy documentation, which is, not surprisingly, apparently also incompatible with the Win7 OS hardware platform. Laptop shows a charged mouse, but evidently the mouse never sent the command to the OS. Interesting. Back it goes. NewEgg, kindly publish useful info on this stuff, ok?
Pros: It's dead. None.
Cons: This product is dated 2008, so it's potentially three years out of date. It's also incompatible w/Win7 unless you download a new proggie from MS. Lastly, it's dead in the water and won't do a single solitary thing - tried three consecutive charged NiCads but zip.
Summary: To boot, it has an antique, full-size dongle. DISCONTINUE, PLEASE
Pros: Less than 25 dollars before shipping. Lots of reviews for it that explain how bad it is.
Cons: Wireless connection dies periodically. The clicking function is unresponsive. The mouse scroll has no resistance. Tracks ONLY on mouse pads. Basically, everything you're interested in for a wireless mouse, this fails at. Trust the bad reviews!
Summary: Called Newegg twice and recived no hassel both times, they refunded my money.
Cons: I have a Microsoft wireless notebook optical mouse 4000 and liked it so well I recommended it to a friend. I ordered a Microsoft wireless notebook optical mouse 6000, the first one was DOA and the second one was also DOA. I think they have a bad batch.
Pros: When I first got it I had connection problems with my vista. after a while it started to work great.
Cons: Ive had it for 4 months. and it no longer works. I paid $24.99 for a bad mouse and I can't return now. Don't buy. The USB really sticks out and is made very cheap. The mouse also made very cheap. When it did work the distance from my laptop wasnt very good at all.
Cons: Battery does not seem to be powering up mouse, so no connection (between mouse and receiver) is made. Have to take battery out and put it back in (the exact same way) over and over again (5 plus times) until until a quick laser flash appears. You would thing the battery is dead, but it wasn't. Hi...