Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 3000
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8 January 2014
Summary: The perfect size for using with a netbook/small laptop; this is a small mouse but not a tiny one, so it sits in your hand very nicely. The ONLY downside with it, and the reason for 4* instead of 5*, is that the dongle is now a little on the clumsy side.
Summary: Does the job. This is the second one of this model that I have purchased over the past four years. The other one had a duff left mouse button and as this had the price reduced considerably since my last purchase I considered it a very good buy for the price and my only hope now is that the buttons...
Summary: The best thing about this is that it's wireless and the USB stick switches the battery off when it's docked, making the battery last much longer than alternatives. I have found that when the USB stick is removed the light doesn't always come on, and you have to replace it, maybe several times until...
Excerpt: I've had my wireless mouse for 12 months now, and I'm firmly in the "don't know how I lived without it" category. I don't normally buy gadgets - not a technical type, and get confused by all the options - but the fiddly and over-sensitive touchpad on my laptop was driving me to distraction.
Summary: I have had this mouse for a year or so now and find it very acceptable ergonomically, though it seemed small when I bought it I have found it to be surprisingly comfortable to hold, the buttons and roller are comfortably positioned and work perfectly, it is solidly built and so far it has been 100%...
Summary: I've bought a mouse before for friends from Microsoft and was impressed with its features compared to my 4 years old but still well featured logitech mouse and keyboard pack. So, when I finally decided to buy a Microsoft product for myself, this Wireless Notebook Mouse, I was keen to see how it...
Excerpt: HAVING GOOD ACCESS TO a range of personal computer (PC) and /notebook/laptop gadgets provides us the ability to choose what devices and accessories that match with our computing requirements or personal preferences (style, model or brand).
Pros: Effortless movement of the cursor on the screen with excellent shape for hands
Cons: Nothing except that you have extra AA battery after 5 - 6 months of using it
Excerpt: What do you call a couple when one partner is right- and the other left-handed? Bidextrous? Whatever, it's jolly annoying having to untangle the mouse cable and wrangle it back over the other side of the desk each time you come to the shared PC.
Pros: good for lefthanders and battery misers
Cons: fragile antenna and still easy to forget to unplug