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Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000

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  • Transceiver Free Convenience
  • High Definition Laser Technology
  • Battery Life Indicator
  • Ergonomic Design
  • Has Back Button, and Scroll Wheel
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 5.6 x 2.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000TG4BA0
  • Item model number: 69R-00001
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (859 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,474 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 12, 2007

Product Description

Product Description

Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Laser Optical Mouse (69R-00001)

From the Manufacturer

Overview:

Enjoy wireless freedom with the Microsoft® Bluetooth® Notebook Mouse 5000 — no transceiver to connect or lose! Keep USB ports free for other devices. And, take it with you in a convenient carrying case (included).

Features:

     
Exclusively for Bluetooth PCs
Transceiver-free and confident wireless connection to your Bluetooth PC.
  Microsoft High Definition Laser Technology
More responsive, more precise, and smoother tracking (compared with standard laser products).
  Battery Indicator
Battery light indicates when your battery is running low; an on/off switch helps you conserve power.
 
           
       
Comfort
Ergonomist-approved ambidextrous design provides comfort in tight on-the-road situations.
  4 Buttons
Use the Back button to easily navigate between folders and Web pages, or press the wheel for Auto-scroll.
     

Additional Features:
  1. Scroll Wheel
  2. Battery Status Light
  3. Back Button
  4. Soft Grip Areas
  5. On/Off Switch
   

System Requirements:
  • Windows Vista®/Windows XP with Service Pack 2 (SP2)
  • or Mac OS X v.10.2.6–10.4.X
  • 2 AAA Alkaline Batteries (included)
   

Customer Reviews

Cons- -bad battery life - my Dell lasted 2-3 months, this lasts about 2 weeks.
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Very good mouse, very easy to pair, size is a good compromise between portability and fit, although it probably is too small for people with large hands.
Amazon Customer
The scroll wheel sits very low in between the left and right buttons, that it would sometimes get clicked on accident.
J. M. Taylor

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

217 of 231 people found the following review helpful By Rodrigo Lopez Schenkel on December 12, 2007
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I have been using this mouse for almost a month now and I am very satisfied with it. It is smaller than most mice, but fits snuggly in my hand, considering that I have big hands. It is very responsive (sometimes too responsive) and the back button and mouse wheel complement its functionality. The battery indicator is another great plus, cause at least you can get a warning when you are running low; although it is very energy-efficient, I'm still using the packed standard AAA batteries with an average of 6-7 hours of daily use. And the power switch is also great for saving energy.

To sum up, Pros:
- Excellent Microsoft design (esthetical, ergonomical)
- Great price
- Very responsive (it's laser, not optical)
- Great battery life (I'll let you know on the comments when the first pair of batteries run out. I already have a rechargeable pair on stand-by).
- Instant pairing with bluetooth enabled PC's (I did not try it on a Mac)
- Back button functionality
- Power switch lets you turn it off when not in use to save battery, and you just turn it on and in a couple of seconds it reconnects (this has been a life-saver since I walk away from my desk very often, and I would not like that some envious co-worker "borrowed" it for his home, and it fits quite nicely on my shirt or pants pocket)
- It glides very smoothly on almost any surface (even on my bed sheets)
- It comes with a nice carry-bag.

Cons:
- It has dropped the connection about 5 or 6 times during the time I have been using it, but it reconnects after turning on and off again. Kind of annoying.
- I wish it had a forward buttong as well.
- It is somethimes too responsive, depending on the surface you wear it on.
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49 of 53 people found the following review helpful By OnlineTV Networks on January 20, 2010
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The Mouse that Roared

I waited five months to write this review to give the Microsoft Bluetooth notebook mouse a complete workout. I am using it frequently with my Asus EEPC netbook on the road and at home and am very impressed.

The size is excellent considering this is a small mouse. I have medium-large sized hands and enjoy a mouse that is usually much larger. The Microsoft Bluetooth notebook mouse fits nicely under the hand and has excellent response. In fact, the mouse works on more surfaces and more obscure locations than of the other wireless mice I use on my home computer.

The reason I waited so long to do this review was because others complained about the on-off switches breaking. I had no problems with this switch and while I take good care of my equipment five months of constant use has proved that the switch is as sound today as when it arrived. The on-off switch is located on the bottom and is embedded into the unit. It does not stick out and it would seem difficult to break unless you are pushing it too hard.

As far as battery life, well I am still using the original batteries sent with the unit and five months of use is a lot of life from a single set of regular batteries. I have many times put it away without turning off the power switch yet the original shipped batteries are still working fine. Of course that leaves me unable to comment on the light that would appear if the batteries start to go.

The Bluetooth works perfectly and it is so nice to this feature built into the mouse and the EEPC, which leaves the netbook with no dongles or use of the USB ports. The most interesting thing for me is that the mouse operates on almost any surface. No need for a mouse pad or surface with color or patterns.
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67 of 80 people found the following review helpful By F. Drebin on November 8, 2007
This mouse works as advertised on a ThinkPad notebook running Windows XP. Bluetooth pairing was painless, and I'm pleased with the smooth functioning of the mouse, not to mention the elimination of the transceiver unit--one more black box I'd have to schlep around.

Size and shape are matters of personal preference, and I agree with a previous reviewer who suggested trading off some comfort is an acceptable compromise for portability. Overall, this mouse has a quality feel and seems to be well made; it has a nice heft to it, and the buttons and wheel provide solid, reassuring tactile feedback.

My biggest beef with this mouse is the lack of a dedicated or inclusive driver. It does not come with a driver disk, and it is not listed among the supported models in the latest Microsoft IntelliPoint software. Please don't misunderstand: this mouse works fine out of the box under Win XP (and, presumably, Vista). You'll only want a new driver if you're not happy with the default button assignments.

I called Microsoft technical support about this omission, and they confirmed anyone who wants to reassign button functions is SOL... for now. The tech rep would not confirm whether a future version of IntelliPoint would support this mouse, but I remain hopeful.

As of this writing (8 November 2007), therefore, I cannot wholeheartedly recommend this mouse. As soon as the software side of things catch up, I'll be singing a different tune.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Roger E. Sanders on April 27, 2009
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After reading reviews for this and other Bluetooth mice on Amazon and Apple's web site, I decided to try this mouse because of comments I read that said that it was hard to get Mac drivers for Logitech mice. When the mouse arrived, I followed other reviewers advice and downloaded Microsoft's Intellipoint software for Mac and installed it BEFORE I turned on the mouse. Pairing the mouse with the MacBook Pro was simple and now, whenever I turn the mouse on, the Mac sees it almost immediately. The only lag I have seen is when the mouse is first turned on. The rest of the time, it works wonderfully. So far, I have used it with Adobe Photoshop CS4 and Microsoft Word 2008 and I have no complaints.
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