Microsoft Wireless Mouse 5000
Released September, 2007
The Pros:Simple to replace AA batteries, long battery life. Crafted for right handed users, optimal comfort. Good performance, smooth tracking.
The Cons:Short wireless reception range. Some users might not like the smooth scroll wheel. Right handed only.
The Microsoft Wireless Mouse 5000 is a battery-operated wireless optical mouse that connects to Microsoft and Macintosh PCs via a USB smart receiver. It utilizes high-definition optical technology to allow for more precise rendering versus an older roller model.
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And it was built to be especially ergonomic, allowing users to operate it without unwanted discomfort. Included with the mouse are dual AA batteries, which are supposed to last approximately 6 months without interruption. Additional features include five customizable buttons and 4-way scrolling.
- Wireless Optical Mouse
- HD Optical Technology
- 6 Month Lifespan
- 4-Way Scrolling
- 5 Programmable Buttons
- 5 Year Warranty
- Compatibility (Win): Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000(SP4+)
- Compatibility (Mac): Mac OS X v.10.2x-10.5x
- Batteries: 2 AA; 6 Months Lifespan
User Reviews (2)
Simple to replace AA batteries, long battery life
Crafted for right handed users, optimal comfort
Good performance, smooth tracking
All five buttons are configurable with the provided software, good for power users
Short wireless reception range
Some users might not like the smooth scroll wheel
Limited features when used with Apple OS X computers
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