Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Notebook Presenter Mouse 8000
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Louis Cicchini, Amazon
28 March 2014
Summary: Bluetooth range is not good. If there is ANYTHING in the way, you will lose signal, and sometime it won't come back on it's own and you have to reset the mouse to use it again. When the computer comes back from sleeping it also takes forever to get Bluetooth signal again. Batter life is also not good. The only redeeming factor is the multifunction buttons, which are very useful. Recently got the HP H3T51AA which is infinitely better.
Summary: For general use, generously a three-star mouse; for presentations, a one-star mouse. Presenter/Media Mode buttons are a great advent, and the laser pointer is great for your presentations or pets. However, this is a Bluetooth mouse and suffers from the lag issues associated with all Bluetooth mice.
Summary: Microsoft Wireless Notebook Presenter Mouse 8000. I hate it. My major application software are ProEngineer & SolidWorks, which use Middle Button a lot and require smooth / precision cursor. 1. The middle button of this mouse is hard, require FORCE, require control so it can be pressed down vertically or it will tilt sideway due to excessive force apply. 2. The cursor is JUMPING. It jumps too often, seem like sleep and wake up every second.
Summary: First off, I purchased this mouse to replace an older logitech one. I decided to try out a bluetooth mouse because of all the hype about the range it has over regular wireless products. My old Premium Logitech mouse used regular wireless and I could not get more than 2 feet away from my 42 inch plasma screen that I am currently using.
Summary: Technically correct but completely useless. I got this mouse to use with the internal bluetooth adapter in my notebook computer. The software and documentation are absolutely pathetic. They assume you are going to use the included adapter and offer no help if you choose to deviate at all.
buy at your own risk! nice idea but faulty ergonomics
Perfecto Sifuentes, Amazon
8 September 2008
Summary: I see now that the price of this thing has gone down dramatically. There are certainly good reasons for that! Let me tell you what i've learn from three month of trying to use this presenter/mouse. I do a lot of presentations all over the world. I keep trying presenters or "clickers" because they make a big difference to my ability to exercise more control on the presenation.
Good when it works, but it stops working frequently
Mark H, Amazon
4 October 2007
Summary: I'm using this mouse with my MacBook's built-in bluetooth. The buttons and feel are great, and although the size is a little small in my hand I find the mouse to be very usable. The "forward" button is in a really awkward place -- nowhere near any of my fingers -- so it took considerable practice to learn how to reach it.
Only works with Powerpoint - Avoid this if you're using Acrobat
S. Keum, Amazon
8 May 2007
Summary: This product seems nice, but funny that they NEVER mention that this product ONLY works with the POWERPOINT for the presentation control buttons on the bottom. I use LaTeX and Beamer to create my presentation, and I use Acrobat for the presentation. Other presenters, like Logitech one, works fine with the Acrobat. But not this one. I figured out that general presenters like Logitech's send out "PAGEDOWN" or "PAGEUP" when the button on the presenter is pressed.