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Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000
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|Movement Detection Technology||Laser|
|Number of Buttons||5|
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- The freedom of wireless, coupled with high definition laser technology
- Magnifier function lets you zoom in and edit your work
- Smart receiver cuts interference from other devices
- Features horizontal and vertical scrolling
- Customizable buttons and long battery life
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|Sold By||RoyalCommerce||Amazon.com||Stick Price||IsaacTronics||Amazon.com||Electronics Club|
|Color||light Grey||Graphite||Black||Metallic Gray||black||Black|
|Connectivity Technology||Wireless||Wireless||Wireless||USB, Wireless||Bluetooth, Wired, USB||USB|
|Item Dimensions||6 x 6 x 6 inches||5.63 x 2.76 x 8 inches||4.59 x 2.77 x 1.66 inches||9.6 x 9.4 x 3.6 inches||5.98 x 4.06 x 2.76 inches||3.87 x 2.23 x 5.51 inches|
|Item Weight||0.95 lbs||6.40 ounces||5.44 ounces||1.05 lbs||0.84 lbs||0.75 lbs|
|Sensor Technology||Laser||Optical||Blue Track||Optical, Laser||—||Blue Track|
Ergonomic Design / Discover laser precision / Magnify detail in real-time / Work with less interruption & longer battery life / 4-Way Scrolling Weight - 14.7 ounces
Work and play faster and more comfortably with the Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000. The freedom of wireless, along with high-definition laser technology, a magnifier function, great battery life, and an intelligent tracking system, makes the Laser Mouse 6000 one of the most advanced mice you can buy. Navigate Web pages and documents more quickly, and easily enlarge and edit details.
Simplify your desktop with wireless technology.
Zoom in on your work with the innovative Magnifier.
The smart receiver cuts interference from other devices.
Scroll horizontally and vertically.
Customizable buttons. With the Wireless Laser Mouse 6000, you'll also enjoy great comfort, thanks to an innovative ergonomic design that's made to cut down on hand fatigue. And because style is important, too, the mouse features a sophisticated finish and fetching industrial design. What's more, customizable buttons let you assign your favorite functions to the button of your choice.
Microsoft High-Definition Technology
Whether you're working on a document, perusing a Web page, or playing the latest video game, you can enhance your performance with the Wireless Laser Mouse 6000's high-definition technology. It delivers more precision and responsiveness, while offering smoother tracking on more surfaces than ever before. To put it simply, it's the most advanced tracking system available.
Free yourself from the hassle of tangled wires with Microsoft's wireless technology. It's simple: the mouse transmits information directly to a receiver that's plugged into your computer. Smart power-saving technologies give your wireless mouse and keyboard unprecedented battery life, which means you'll enjoy more than six months of uninterrupted functionality. Meanwhile, Microsoft Smart Receiver software reduces the likelihood of interference with other wireless signals.
The Magnifier function on Microsoft mouse products is like a magnifying glass that is held up to your computer screen. With a simple press and hold motion, the Magnifier enlarges the area of your screen that fits inside the lens. You can easily adjust both the size of the lens and the level of its magnification. You can even use it when you touch up your photos or handle other detailed tasks. The Magnifier works in most programs.
Note that the Magnifier is not compatible with Direct3D API in full screen mode, media players, OpenGL, and layered windows. If you are using Mac OS X, the Magnifier enlarges text and images on the entire screen.
Longer Battery Life
Spend more time working wirelessly and less time searching for new batteries. Microsoft's breakthrough power-saving technology extends battery life, so you can get more done with less hassle. Microsoft wireless mouse products automatically enter standby mode when inactive for a certain length of time, which minimizes unnecessary battery drain. In addition, the light in the mouse's optical sensor illuminates only as brightly as is necessary to provide optimal tracking power.
Scroll up and down and side to side more smoothly, efficiently, and easily with the innovative four-way tilt wheel. It's simply a more efficient way to navigate documents, spreadsheets, and Web pages. The entire scroll wheel tilts from side to side, acts as a button, and reacts to how quickly you roll the wheel to enable smooth, accurate maneuverability. For example, if you're working with a super-wide worksheet, you can tilt the wheel from side to side to scroll right and left, without clicking tiny scroll arrows.
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The gray color is reminiscent of the Radio Shack TRS-80, not the slick enclosures of today. Ergonomic design is "handy," however, and at least to my large hand is quite comfortable. The forward/backward rolling of the scroll wheel is uneven to the touch, though the cursor on the screen doesn't seem to show any effects of the bumps felt under the wheel. The preference panel shows the quality of the wireless connection and the power of the battery. I could not find an option showing signal strength or battery strength in the top menubar, however (like the WiFi monitor), and I found opening Systems Preferences followed by the Microsoft mouse preference pane to be a bit inconvenient just to check the mouse.
For some odd reason, in some apps the pre-programmed button functions might go dead, but not for all the buttons at once. It's usually only the loss of the functionality of one button or another.
For me, a heavier feel in the hand would improve its handling along with slipperier glide pads underneath the mouse. Button clicks could be made more substantive and solid. The sideways action of the scroll wheel, for horizontal scrolling, could feel more solid and less flimsy.
I don't know why I experience mouse failure frequently enough to be out shopping for a mouse every other year, but it keeps my mouse purchases low-cost and encourages updating to the latest technology, so I'm not really complaining about build quality that much. I just wish that the mouse (any mouse) felt like a high-quality electronic instrument.
The main thing I love about this mice is the ergonomics. Microsoft has the most comfortable mice in the market, hands down. This mice is so comfy that I actually love computing even more. If you're in the market for a comfortable mice that is wireless and aren't too concerned about performance, this is highly recommended.
It is easy to install; first insert the receiver into a usb or ps2 socket, then insert the cd and install the software, put batteries into the mouse, press the program button on the receiver and then press the program button with a pen on the bottom of the mouse. Last go to the control panel and select the mouse and set the settings to your taste.
You will not have to deal with a cable any more. The mouse is smooth operating.
The only possible con is the positioning of the side buttons. They are a little inconvenient for my hand. I don't use them all that much so it is not important to me.