Add to your order
from Asurion, LLC $10.99
- NO ADDITIONAL COST: You pay $0 for repairs – parts, labor and shipping included.
- COVERAGE: Plan starts on the date of purchase. Drops, spills and cracked screens due to normal use covered from day one. Malfunctions covered after the manufacturer's warranty.
- EXPERT TECH HELP: Real experts available 24/7 to help with set-up, connectivity issues, troubleshooting and much more.
- PRODUCT ELIGIBILITY: Plans cover products purchased in the last 30 days.
- EASY CLAIMS PROCESS: File a claim anytime online or by phone. Most claims approved within minutes. We will send you an Amazon e-gift card for the purchase price of your covered product. In some cases, we will replace or repair it.
Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 7000 Mac/Win USB, BlackGrey
Enhance your purchase
|Connectivity Technology||Wireless, USB|
|Movement Detection Technology||Optical, Laser|
|Number of Buttons||3|
About this item
- Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
- Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 7000 General Features: Color: Silver/Black
- Compact, portable size ideal for use with notebooks
- Ambidextrous design for left or right-handed users High definition laser technology
- 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity Up to 30-foot operating range Tilt Wheel for 4-way scrolling
- Magnifier button to enlarge details on screen
Consider this Amazon's Choice product that delivers quickly
Buy it with
Compare with similar items
| || |
Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000 - Graphite (D5D-00001)
Microsoft Wireless Rechargeable Laser Mouse 7000 Mac/Windows
Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000
Logitech M720 Triathlon Multi-Device Wireless Mouse, Bluetooth, USB Unifying Receiver, 1000 DPI, 6 Programmable Buttons, 2-Year Battery, Compatible with Laptop, PC, Mac, iPadOS - Black
|Sold By||The Surplus-Hut||Amazon.com||LAPAKI||IsaacTronics||Amazon.com|
|Connectivity Technology||Wireless, USB||Wireless||Wireless||USB, Wireless||USB|
|Hardware Interface||USB||Radio Frequency||USB||USB||USB|
|Item Dimensions||5.55 x 3.94 x 9.06 inches||5.63 x 2.76 x 8 inches||—||9.6 x 9.4 x 3.6 inches||1.77 x 2.91 x 4.53 inches|
|Item Weight||4.80 ounces||6.40 ounces||0.90 lbs||1.05 lbs||4.76 ounces|
|Platform||Windows||Mac, Windows||Windows, Mac||Windows||Windows, Mac OS X|
|Sensor Technology||Optical, Laser||Optical||Laser||Optical, Laser||—|
From the Manufacturer
Step up to Superior Performance
Step up from older 27 MHz wireless technology to Microsoft 2.4 GHz wireless and experience a confident connection, even in crowded wireless environments such as airports or meeting rooms--plus a 30-foot range for more freedom.
- 2.4 GHz wireless offers a confident wireless connection, even in crowded wireless environments.
- Four-way scrolling allows you to efficiently scroll side to side as well as up and down in worksheets.
- Just point and press the magnifier button to enlarge and edit details.* Snap-In Receiver
Use the snap-in receiver to turn off the mouse and save battery life. Many users average more than six months of battery life. Microsoft High Definition Laser Technology
Two generations ahead of standard optical and laser mouse products.**
- More responsive: 1000 dpi
- More precise: 6000 FPS, 85 MOPS, 0.18 microns or smaller
- Smoother tracking: Microsoft Intelligent Tracking System *If you are using Macintosh OS X, the magnifier feature enlarges text and images on the entire screen.
**Standard optical technology = mouse products with 0.35 microns or older CMOS technology
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product.
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Please enter a question.
Reviews with images
Top reviews from the United States
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
I first went with the Logitech V200 after finding what seemed like a good deal on an open box buy. Since it wasn't new I can't speak with authority about the source of the problem, but despite all reassuring messages that the mouse was recognized and installed properly, I couldn't make the cursor budge a pixel.
After wasting two frustrating days, I turned to Microsoft, since I've loved my optical MS mouse since day one. The first pleasant surprise was the packaging, which seemed impenetrable but actually had a thoughtful cutout built into the edge so you don't need a blowtorch to get to your purchase. Secondly, it was 100% recyclable. Kudos to MS.
It seemed to have the same setup as the Logitech, plug the dongle into a USB port and go. The difference is, the MS actually went. Instantly recognized and functioning, plug-and-play like it's supposed to be. The third pleasant surprise, no need to specify which mouse you're using - the wireless and wired switch back and forth automatically.
Fourth and last, believe the 30-foot range, a crucial feature since in the winter my computer goes back upstairs into the loft. Still works perfectly, and doesn't even require a clear line of sight.
I can't address the battery life since I've only had it a few weeks. The mouse is turned off by returning the dongle to the cradle underneath, but I'd rather change batteries more often than constantly plug and unplug from the computer and risk damaging the dongle.
This mouse does exactly what it's supposed to, and has taught me a lesson in wasting time with another brand of mouse.
While I adore Apple products, I never had much luck with the "Mighty Mouse". The tiny rollerball used for scrolling always gave out after a month or so--at least in the hands of yours truly. Searching the market for options, I soon discovered that the majority of mice out there are either pricy (upwards of $30) or dirt cheap ($10 or under). The later simply turned me off--they look great, but you get what you pay for.
The Microsoft Laser Mouse 7000 works great with my iMac. It comes with a lot of documentation and even an installation CD. If you are like me, you won't need to fuss or read at all. Just pop the included single AA cell in, plug the receiver stick into a USB port and hit the tiny button on the stick (the tip of a ballpoint pen works just fine). The button lights up brightly and you're ready to go. Of course, you'll want to go to immediately go to your system preferences panel to set the functions up just the way you like.
That's pretty much it. The Laser Mouse 7000 feels just right, has every function you can imagine and is well built.
Oh, one more thing-- this little gem can be had at Amazon for well under $20. The 7000 is probably the only mouse you'll ever need. While nothing lasts forever, it's fair to say that you'll get a good 2 years of service out of your new mouse-- assuming of course that your desk surface is clean and that you don't mouse around after downing a hot slice of pizza. A clean surface and clean hands are just as important to performance as the device itself.
With the computing world leaning towards trackpads and other interfaces, Steve Jobs' original Mouse concept is getting a little long in the tooth. Whatever the future holds, if you need a good solid 21st century mouse that will last-- you won't be disappointed with this incredibly priced little beauty. Two thumbs up for the Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouser 7000.